The Lightning and the Sun

Author: Savitri Devi

Publisher: Counter-Currents Publishing


Category: Philosophy

Page: 455

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Hebrews Mythology

Author: Ignaz Goldziher

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand


Category: Social Science

Page: 650

View: 938

The following sheets make no claim to present a system of Hebrew Mythology. I have left out much that would necessarily be included in a system, and confined myself to a limited portion of what can be proved to be the matter of the Hebrew myths. Even within the actual domain of my labours, I was not anxious to subject the extant narratives in all their minutest features to mythological analysis. The application of the certain results of the science of Mythology in general to a domain hitherto almost ignored with reference to this subject, could only be accomplished by some self-limitation on the part of the author; and my immediate task was only to show that Semitism in general, and Hebrew in particular, could not be exceptions to the laws of mythological enquiry established on the basis of psychology and the science of language, and that it is possible from Semitism itself, on psychological and philological principles, to construct a scientific Semitic Mythology.

Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature

Author: Bron Taylor

Publisher: A&C Black


Category: Religion

Page: 992

View: 195

The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, originally published in 2005, is a landmark work in the burgeoning field of religion and nature. It covers a vast and interdisciplinary range of material, from thinkers to religious traditions and beyond, with clarity and style. Widely praised by reviewers and the recipient of two reference work awards since its publication (see, this new, more affordable version is a must-have book for anyone interested in the manifold and fascinating links between religion and nature, in all their many senses.

Proud Boys and the White Ethnostate

How the Alt-Right Is Warping the American Imagination

Author: Alexandra Minna Stern

Publisher: Beacon Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 192

View: 347

What is the alt-right? What do they believe, and how did they take center stage in the American social and political consciousness? Historian Alexandra Minna Stern excavates the alt-right memes that have erupted online and digs to the root of the far right’s motivations: their deep-seated fear of an oncoming “white genocide” that can only be remedied through aggressive action to reclaim white power. The alt-right has expanded significantly throughout America’s cultural, political, and digital landscapes: racist, sexist, and homophobic beliefs that were previously unspeakable have become commonplace, normalized, and accepted—endangering American democracy and society as a whole. When asked to address the Proud Boys and growing far right violence, President Trump directed the group to “stand back and stand by;” and just two weeks before President Joe Biden’s inauguration, a white supremacist mob breached the US Capitol—earning praise from the Proud Boys leader amongst threats of future violence. In order to dismantle the destructive movement that has invaded our public consciousness and threatens American democracy, we must first understand the core beliefs that drive the alt-right. Through careful analysis, Stern brings awareness to the underlying concepts that guide the alt-right and its overlapping forms of racism, xenophobia, and transphobia. She explains the key ideas of “red-pilling,” strategic trolling, gender essentialism, and the alt-right’s ultimate fantasy: a future where minorities have been “cleansed” from the body politic and a white ethnostate is established in the United States. By unearthing the hidden mechanisms that power white nationalism, Stern reveals just how pervasive the far right truly is.

Hitler's Priestess

Savitri Devi, the Hindu-Aryan Myth, and Neo-Nazism

Author: Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke

Publisher: NYU Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 278

View: 105

Each year, thousands of Chinese children, primarily abandoned infant girls, are adopted by Americans. Yet we know very little about the local and transnational processes that characterize this new migration. Transnational Adoption is a unique ethnographic study of China/U.S. adoption, the largest contemporary intercountry adoption program. Sara K. Dorow begins by situating the popularity of the China/U.S. adoption process within a broader history of immigration and adoption. She then follows the path of the adoption process: the institutions and bureaucracies in both China and the United States that prepare children and parents for each other; the stories and practices that legitimate them coming together as transnational families; the strains placed upon our common notions of what motherhood means; and ways in which parents then construct the cultural and racial identities of adopted children. Based on rich ethnographic evidence, including interviews with and observation of people on both sides of the Pacific—from orphanages, government officials, and adoption agencies to advocacy groups and adoptive families themselves—this is a fascinating look at the latest chapter in Chinese-American migration.

Encyclopedia of White Power

A Sourcebook on the Radical Racist Right

Author: Jeffrey Kaplan

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield


Category: Political Science

Page: 585

View: 749

This volume takes an objective look at the white supremacy movement since WWII in the United States and Europe, and offers entries describing the people, groups, and themes that make up the radical racist right. Some of the entries have been written by movement activists, others by a variety of scholars. The second half of the volume includes primary documents of resources circulated within the movement, each prefaced by Kaplan (American studies, U. of Helsinki, Finland) and placed in historical and scholarly context. The material is at times offensive, but presented in an academic way. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR

Mythology Among the Hebrews

Author: Ignaz Goldziher

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand


Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 178

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History, Fantasy and Ancient Egypt

Author: Dominic Montserrat

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 240

View: 610

The pharaoh Akhenaten, who ruled Egypt in the mid-fourteenth century BCE, has been the subject of more speculation than any other character in Egyptian history. This provocative new biography examines both the real Akhenaten and the myths that have been created around him. It scrutinises the history of the pharaoh and his reign, which has been continually written in Eurocentric terms inapplicable to ancient Egypt, and the archaeology of Akhenaten's capital city, Amarna. It goes on to explore the pharaoh's extraordinary cultural afterlife, and the way he has been invoked to validate everything from psychoanalysis to racial equality to Fascism.

The Andaman Islanders

Author: A. R. Radcliffe-Brown

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 556

View: 317

Originally published in 1922, this book was based upon fieldwork carried out in the Andaman Islands during the years 1906 to 1908.

Drawings in Assessment and Psychotherapy

Research and Application

Author: Leonard Handler

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Psychology

Page: 300

View: 920

Drawing is a language, projected by children and adults, reflecting their joy and pain. It is used extensively by clinical psychologists, art therapists, social workers, and other mental health professionals in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, adults, and couples. This book brings together a renowned group of professionals to analyze the research and application of the most popular assessment and treatment tools. Tests discussed include the Draw-a-Person Test, the House-Tree-Person Test, the Kinetic Family Drawing Test, the Art Therapy-Projective Imagery Assessment, and the Wartegg Drawing Completion Test. Working with sexually and physically abused children, assessing clients with anorexia nervosa, and the influence of osteopathic treatment on drawings are some of the special topics considered. Numerous case studies are also included.

Science Vs. Bible Vs. Quran (7) the Lightning

The Bible Contradicts the Science and the Quran Never Does It

Author: Ibrahim Khalil

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



Page: 122

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This is the seventh book in the series, Science vs. Bible vs. Quran, (7) the lightning In this book, you read about the lightning in the Bible and the Quran The lightning in the Bible: The lightning came out of the fire. The lightning comes from east to west Lightning and thunder came from the throne The sun and moon stand still at the lightning of your spear The lightning say: 'Here we are'? The seven spirits of God = Seven flaming torches The incense burner leads to lightning and earthquake What looks like lightning? Jehovah's arrow, a man's face, the Angel, the chariots and Satan The Lightning leads to discomfited The beasts went and turned again like shining of lightning It is polished to flash like lightning The lightning flashes and lights up the sky from one side to the other A light from heaven suddenly flashed around Saul A great bright light flashed around Saul Only for Saul: a light is brighter than the sun Lightning with heavy cloud Thunder and flashes of lightning The lightning made them confused Streaks of lightning lit up the world The lightning strike their livestock The hail strike their cattle When the lightning lightened, the earth trembled Jehovah makes lightning for the rain Lightning scatter the enemies Jehovah makes lightning for the rain Jeremiah 51:16 is a copy of Jeremiah 10:13 Ask of Jehovah rain and He will make lightning God's temple in heaven was opened There was lightning, thunder, an earthquake etc. The worst earthquake in Human History The shafts of lightning fly to the mark The ice endured the force of fire and never melted Before a storm goes lightning The lightning of his judgment When the lightning gleam, it is easy to be seen Also, you will read about, Ibrahim's theory to discover the corruption of the Bible The First example of Fabrication of the Word of God How many times the lightning is mentioned in the 48 versions of the Bible The Second example of Fabrication of the Word of God How many times the Quran mentions the Lightning About what book the Lord Jesus said that? The Bible or the Quran? Lightning in the Quran The hypocrites and lightning The hypocrites and their likeness The likeness of the hypocrites vis-a-vis Muhammad The hypocrites and lightning The hypocrites are Deaf, Dumb and Blind The hypocrites and lightning Another likeness for the hypocrites Their threat of punishment is like the sound of thunder When will the day of resurrection be? When the sun and the moon are brought together When the disbeliever will say 'Where is the escape' The sight is very swiftly distracted here and there like lightning Allah who shows you the lightning by way of fear and of hope Why look to evil rather than to good? The thunder is worshiping Allah The thunder proclaims Allah's praise The thunder is an Angel's voice not God's voice The thunder says, 'Glory be to Allah through His praise' The flash of lightning well-nigh deprives people of their sight The brilliance of lightning is snatching them away. Meeting Allah is inevitable Lightning = a symbol of spiritual fears and hopes How Allah revives the earth after it has died The earth = a living entity which lives and dies"

Triumphal Sun, The

A Study of the Works of Jalaloddin Rumi

Author: Annemarie Schimmel

Publisher: SUNY Press


Category: Religion

Page: 513

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This is a book on Rumi’s life, his poetry, his thought, and his influence. Rumi’s work forms one of the pillars of the Sufi orders, particularly the Mevlevi order, better known in the West as the Whirling Dervishes. In this book Rumi emerges not only as a spiritual master, but also as a fully human being grounded firmly in the Koran and in classical Islamic mysticism. The light of the Divine Sun, in its Beauty and Majesty, manifested itself for Rumi through the person of Shams of Tabriz. Transformed by this light, consumed by this fire, Mowlana Rumi saw the world in a new light. Everywhere he perceived God’s Grandeur and his Grace. The book also discusses the theological premises upon which Rumi’s work rests, his attitude to the problems of free will and predestination, and his analysis of the mystical stages and stations. The book not only gives a very rich analysis of Rumi’s language and poetical art, but also a picture of medieval Konya, whose features the mystical poet transforms and transfigures.

Emergent Curriculum in the Primary Classroom

Interpreting the Reggio Emilia Approach in Schools

Author: Carol Anne Wien

Publisher: Teachers College Press


Category: Education

Page: 191

View: 314

How is a compelling, exemplary curriculum created in schools in spite of the pressures to implement a standardized one? In this book, teachers and principals share their experiences with emergent curriculum, and with the creative practices they’ve developed in urban classrooms kindergarten to 3rd grade. We learn what they were trying to do, how they began the process, the challenges they faced, the decisions they made, and what happened to the children. All chapters are written by teachers who have found ways of interpreting the Reggio approach to enrich their teaching within the confines of traditional schools. This book is essential reading for anyone wishing to understand emergent curriculum and for all who hope to nurture an enlivening, energizing way to learn in classrooms. The inspiring stories presented here illustrate: Ways that early childhood values and practices have been sustained and promoted in elementary schools. Exemplary teaching practice, where children want to learn and teachers want to teach. How the influence of the Reggio Emilia approach is reaching into urban public school environments with diverse populations. Democratic participatory teaching that offers visions of responsible citizenship for children. “This book is a treasure trove of useful frameworks, wonderful teacher stories, and memorable insights. It demonstrates the remarkable potential of children and teachers, and it clarifies how North American elementary school educators can take hold of ideas from Reggio Emilia and integrate them with their own ideals and standards.” —Carolyn Pope Edwards, University of Nebraska–Lincoln “Carol Anne Wien demonstrates again that she can illustrate complex ideas—this time the theories underlying the Reggio Emilia approach—in innovative ways for a broad audience.” —Celia Genishi, Teachers College, Columbia University “A must read for educators seeking an antidote to prescriptive curricular practice that respects neither children nor teachers.” —Curt Dudley-Marling, Lynch School of Education, Boston College “This book provides long overdue and compelling pathways for extending Reggio Emilia principles into the primary grades. It will encourage readers to feel their way into the spirit and substance of emergent curricula and come away rejuvenated.” —Daniel Scheinfeld, Erikson Institute, Chicago, Illinois

Arts of Wonder

Enchanting Secularity - Walter De Maria, Diller + Scofidio, James Turrell, Andy Goldsworthy

Author: Jeffrey L. Kosky

Publisher: University of Chicago Press


Category: Art

Page: 201

View: 337

Kosky focuses on a handful of artists - Walter De Maria, Diller + Scofidio, James Turrell, and Andy Goldsworthy - to show how they introduce spaces hospitable to mystery and wonder, redemption and revelation, and transcendence and creation.

Collaborative / Therapeutic Assessment

A Casebook and Guide

Author: Stephen E. Finn

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Psychology

Page: 464

View: 281

A guide to conducting Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment to promote client growth Mental health professionals are increasingly enthusiastic about and ready to use psychological test data, research, and theory in life-relevant ways to improve diagnosis, client care, and treatment outcomes. With Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment (C/TA), clients participate actively with the assessor in exploring how their test scores and patterns reflect who they are in their daily lives and how they can learn to help themselves cope with life's challenges. Using a case study approach to demonstrate how to apply C/TA in practice, Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment provides practitioners with a variety of flexible and adaptable case examples featuring adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families from different backgrounds in need of treatment for assorted concerns. Designed for both experienced and novice clinicians, the book begins with a brief history of C/TA, and provides clear definitions of the distinctions among many common approaches. It uniquely presents: Eighteen diverse C/TA assessments covering: depression, multiple suicide attempts, severe abuse, dissociation, an adolescent psychiatric ward, custody evaluation, a couple in crisis, and collaborative neuropsychology Guidance on how both client and clinician can agree on the best course of action through joint exploration of assessment procedures, results, and implications Closely related approaches to psychological testing, including Individualized Assessment, Collaborative Assessment, Therapeutic Model of Assessment, Collaborative/Therapeutic Neuropsychological Assessment, and Rorschach-based psychotherapy Clearly labeled Teaching Points in each chapter Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment provides psychologists in all areas of assessment, and at all levels of experience, with powerful C/TA examples that can dramatically illuminate and improve clients' lives.

Too Like the Lightning

Book One of Terra Ignota

Author: Ada Palmer

Publisher: Tor Books


Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 971

From the winner of the 2017 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, Ada Palmer's 2017 Compton Crook Award-winning political science fiction, Too Like the Lightning, ventures into a human future of extraordinary originality Mycroft Canner is a convict. For his crimes he is required, as is the custom of the 25th century, to wander the world being as useful as he can to all he meets. Carlyle Foster is a sensayer--a spiritual counselor in a world that has outlawed the public practice of religion, but which also knows that the inner lives of humans cannot be wished away. The world into which Mycroft and Carlyle have been born is as strange to our 21st-century eyes as ours would be to a native of the 1500s. It is a hard-won utopia built on technologically-generated abundance, and also on complex and mandatory systems of labelling all public writing and speech. What seem to us normal gender distinctions are now distinctly taboo in most social situations. And most of the world's population is affiliated with globe-girdling clans of the like-minded, whose endless economic and cultural competion is carefully managed by central planners of inestimable subtlety. To us it seems like a mad combination of heaven and hell. To them, it seems like normal life. And in this world, Mycroft and Carlyle have stumbled on the wild card that may destablize the system: the boy Bridger, who can effortlessly make his wishes come true. Who can, it would seem, bring inanimate objects to life... Terra Ignota 1. Too Like the Lightning 2. Seven Surrenders 3. The Will to Battle At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Character Sketches

Or, The Blackboard Mirror. A Series of Illustrated Discussions, Depicting Those Peculiarities of Character which Contribute to the Ridicule and Failure, Or to the Dignity and Success of Mankind ...

Author: George Augustus Lofton



Category: Character

Page: 454

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