The Law of Light

The Secret Teachings of Jesus

Author: Lars Muhl

Publisher: Watkins Media Limited

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Category: Social Science

Page: 192

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Jesus Christ spoke Aramaic. Behind this language lies a secret transpersonal psychology. It contains a message that turns central New Testament themes upside down. By reading Jesus' message through Aramaic eyes, new possibilities for enlightenment are possible and a new vision of human potential is realized. The Law of Light explodes our centuries-old conception of sin; it restores Jesus' original mission to connect humankind with the heavenly Source. This book contains transliterations of Jesus' Aramaic sayings and interpretations based on many sources including the Nazareens and the Therapeutae of Alexandria.

The Law of Rights of Light

Author: Michael Barnes QC

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

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Category: Law

Page: 440

View: 508

The book provides the authoritative statement on the current law on rights of light in England and Wales. The protection of the access of natural light to properties has been a part of our property law for centuries but in recent years has come into particular prominence. This is due to a number of reasons including the existence of easements of light being regarded as an inhibition on new development and the unsatisfactory nature of parts of the law on this subject. This has given rise to two reports in recent years by the Law Commission (one on easements generally in 2011 and one on rights of light specifically in 2014), both containing major proposals for law reform. The purpose of this legal textbook is to explain the law as clearly as possible. In practice rights of light issues and disputes involve technical subjects and inevitably answers to these questions require the expertise of technical experts such as light surveyors. An attempt is made in the book to explain from a non-technical point of view the way in which measurements and calculations are carried out in this area. It is therefore hoped that the book will be of use to lawyers as well as to landowners who may not always understand these technical subjects and to surveyors who may not always be familiar with the legal concepts and difficulties involved in the area of the law of rights of light.

The Law of Rights of Light

Author: Michael Barnes

Publisher: Hart Publishing Limited

ISBN:

Category: Solar access rights

Page: 440

View: 878

Michael Barnes QC provides the authoritative statement on the current law on rights of light in England and Wales. The protection of the access of natural light to properties has been a part of UK property law for centuries, but in recent years has come into particular prominence. This is due to a number of reasons, including the existence of easements of light being regarded as an inhibition on new development. The unsatisfactory nature of parts of the law on this subject has given rise to two reports in recent years by the Law Commission (one on easements generally in 2011 and one on rights of light specifically in 2014), both containing major proposals for law reform. The purpose of this book is to explain the law as clearly as possible. This book attempts to explain, from a non-technical point of view, the way in which measurements and calculations are carried out in this area. It is therefore hoped that this book will be of use to lawyers, as well as to landowners who may not always understand these technical subjects, and to surveyors who may not always be familiar with the legal concepts and difficulties involved in the area of the law of rights of light. [Subject: Property Law, Private Law]

The Laws of Eternity

Unfolding the Secrets of the Mullti-dimensional Universe

Author: Ryuho Okawa

Publisher: Lantern Books

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Category: Religion

Page: 120

View: 994

In this text, author and religious leader Ryuho Okawa reveals the multidimensional aspects of the Other World, describing its dimensions, its characteristics, and its governing laws. The book explains why it is essential for us to understand the structure and history of the spirit world.

Instrumental Traditions and Theories of Light

The Uses of Instruments in the Optical Revolution

Author: Xiang Chen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 213

View: 1000

An analysis of the optical revolution in the context of early 19th century Britain. Far from merely involving the replacement of one optical theory by another, the revolution also involved substantial changes in instruments and the practices that surrounded them. People's judgements about classification, explanation and evaluation were affected by the way they used such optical instruments as spectroscopes, telescopes, polarisers, photometers, gratings, prisms and apertures. There were two instrumental traditions in this historical period, each of which nurtured a body of practice that exemplified how optical instruments should be operated, and especially how the eye should be used. These traditions functioned just like paradigms, shaping perspectives and even world views. Readership: Scholars and graduate students in the history of science, history of instrument, philosophy of science and science studies. Can also be used as a textbook in graduate courses on 19th century physics.