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Egyptian Postures Of Power

Author : Jason Quitt
ISBN : 1539195716
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The Egyptian Postures of Power are an ancient system of energy healing techniques that were used by the ancient Egyptians in order to maintain optimal wellbeing and vitality. Just like Qigong, Tai Chi, Yoga, & Vedic Mudras; the Egyptian system utilizes the sacred movements, postures and geometry of the body to go in harmonic resonance with different universal energies. These energies are then used for specific purposes of ceremony, wellness, enlightenment, and personal growth. For thousands of years these methods have been utilized to cleanse, balance, and align our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies with the natural life giving forces of the universe.

Stephen A Douglas And Antebellum Democracy

Author : Martin H. Quitt
ISBN : 9781139536936
Genre : History
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This thematic biography demonstrates how Stephen Douglas's path from a conflicted youth in Vermont to dim prospects in New York to overnight stardom in Illinois led to his identification with the Democratic Party and his belief that the federal government should respect the diversity of states and territories. His relationships with his mother, sister, teachers, brothers-in-law, other men and two wives are explored in depth. When he conducted the first cross-country campaign by a presidential candidate in American history, few among the hundreds of thousands that saw him in 1860 knew that his wife and he had just lost their infant daughter or that Douglas controlled a large Mississippi slave plantation. His story illuminates the gap between democracy then and today. The book draws on a variety of previously unexamined sources.

Measuring Supply Management S Budget Effects

Author : Anna Quitt
ISBN : 3834984906
Genre : Business & Economics
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Based on practice-oriented and practice-relevant research methods, Anna Quitt, designs an integrated process for measuring supply management’s budget effects and develops Return on Spend as an innovative financial effectiveness indicator.

Quitt

Author : Theodor Fontane
ISBN : WISC:89078695855
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A Toolbox For Forecasting Future Trends

Author : Lisa Quitt
ISBN : OCLC:1020621541
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Quitt

Author : Theodor Fontane
ISBN : 9783849613020
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Die Serie "Meisterwerke der Literatur" beinhaltet die Klassiker der deutschen und weltweiten Literatur in einer einzigartigen Sammlung für Ihren eBook Reader. Lesen Sie die besten Werke großer Schriftsteller,Poeten, Autoren und Philosophen auf Ihrem Reader. Dieses Werk bietet zusätzlich * Eine Biografie/Bibliografie des Autors. Quitt ist ein Roman von Theodor Fontane. Das Werk entstand zwischen 1885 und April 1889. 1890 erfolgte in "Die Gartenlaube" (Nr. 1-11) der stark gekürzte und redigierte Vorabdruck. Die erste Buchausgabe erschien im November 1890 (Impressum 1891) bei der Besser'schen Buchhandlung (Wilhelm Hertz), Berlin. Die Handlung beginnt in den 1870er-Jahren im schlesischen Riesengebirge: Förster Opitz, ein arroganter Mittdreißiger, ist ein Muster an scheinbar unbestechlicher Ordnungsliebe und blasierter Biederkeit. In dem vorbestraften 27-jährigen Wilddieb Lehnert Menz hat er einen autoritätsverachtenden Todfeind. Opitz' Nachstellungen und öffentlicher Schikanen überdrüssig, erschießt Menz den Widersacher eines Nachts. Nach der Tat verlässt er seine Heimat und flieht nach Nordamerika .... (aus wikipedia.de)

Wilhelm Raabe

Author : Florian Krobb
ISBN : 9781351194570
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"Wilhelm Raabe (1831-1910) is one of the major figures of 19th-century German Realist writing, acknowledged as an innovator both stylistically and thematically. But until now there has been little concentration on the international and postcolonial dimensions of Raabe's work - his literary critique of colonialism, his engagement with modernization and globalization, his involvement in 19th century German discourses about America, Africa and Asia, and the links between international and national issues in his writing. In Raabe International, contributions from many eminent critics address Raabe both as a writer on world affairs and as a subject himself for translation and comment outside of Germany."

Forbidden Knowledge

Author : Bob Mitchell
ISBN : 1530570190
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As a multi-dimensional time traveler, Jason Quitt has experienced the past, the present and the future. From ancient Egypt and Atlantis to our possible pre and post apocalyptic future he has been a witness to our un-recorded history. Within the pages of "Forbidden Knowledge" you will learn who we are and how mainstream archaeologists, scientists and historians have been swept up in a fabricated storyline. Our world isn't what we think it is. It's a world once fought and protected by other worldly and dimensional beings. An ascension process is taking place on our planet today that is awakening our consciousness to peer beyond the veils of our known reality. We are once again remembering our place in the universe as multi-dimensional beings who are having a physical experience on planet Earth.

The Bj Rnstjerne Bj Rnson Megapack

Author : Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
ISBN : 9781479401802
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"The Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson Megapack: collects 159 works by the great Norwegian author (and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature) -- 24 prose works, 6 plays, and 129 poems -- plus three critical introduction and a long introductory biography. Prose works include: THE FATHER ABSALOM'S HAIR ARNE: A Sketch of Norwegian Country Life THE RAILROAD AND THE CHURCHYARD THROND A DANGEROUS WOOING THE BEAR HUNTER THE FATHER THE EAGLE’S NEST THE BRIDAL MARCH ONE DAY CAPTAIN MANSANA MOTHER'S HANDS A HAPPY BOY THE HERITAGE OF THE KURTS, Volume I THE HERITAGE OF THE KURTS, Volume II IN GOD'S WAY MAGNHILD DUST MARY OVIND THE EAGLE'S NEST THE FATHER THE FISHER GIRL Plays include: THE NEWLY-MARRIED COUPLE LEONARDA THE EDITOR A GAUNTLET THE BANKRUPT THE KING Please search this ebook store for "Wildside Megapack" to see more volumes in the series, collecting great tales of adventure, mystery, science fiction, westerns, ghost stories -- and much, much more! (Sort by publication date to see the most recent additions.)

Arne A Sketch Of Norwegian Country Life And Early Tales

Author : Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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Between two cliffs lay a deep ravine, with a full stream rolling heavily through it over boulders and rough ground. It was high and steep, and one side was bare, save at the foot, where clustered a thick, fresh wood, so close to the stream that the mist from the water lay upon the foliage in spring and autumn. The trees stood looking upwards and forwards, unable to move either way. "What if we were to clothe the Cliff?" said the Juniper one day to the foreign Oak that stood next him. The Oak looked down to find out who was speaking, and then looked up again without answering a word. The Stream worked so hard that it grew white; the Northwind rushed through the ravine, and shrieked in the fissures; and the bare Cliff hung heavily over and felt cold. "What if we were to clothe the Cliff?" said the Juniper to the Fir on the other side. "Well, if anybody is to do it, I suppose we must," replied the Fir, stroking his beard; "what dost thou think?" he added, looking over to the Birch. "In God's name, let us clothe it," answered the Birch, glancing timidly towards the Cliff, which hung over her so heavily that she felt as if she could scarcely breathe. And thus, although they were but three, they agreed to clothe the Cliff. The Juniper went first. When they had gone a little way they met the Heather. The Juniper seemed as though he meant to pass her by. "Nay, let us take the Heather with us," said the Fir. So on went the Heather. Soon the Juniper began to slip. "Lay hold on me," said the Heather. The Juniper did so, and where there was only a little crevice the Heather put in one finger, and where she had got in one finger the Juniper put in his whole hand. They crawled and climbed, the Fir heavily behind with the Birch. "It is a work of charity," said the Birch. But the Cliff began to ponder what little things these could be that came clambering up it. And when it had thought over this a few hundred years, it sent down a little Brook to see about it. It was just spring flood, and the Brook rushed on till she met the Heather. "Dear, dear Heather, canst thou not let me pass? I am so little," said the Brook. The Heather, being very busy, only raised herself a little, and worked on. The Brook slipped under her, and ran onwards. "Dear, dear Juniper, canst thou not let me pass? I am so little," said the Brook. The Juniper glanced sharply at her; but as the Heather had let her pass, he thought he might do so as well. The Brook slipped under him, and ran on till she came where the Fir stood panting on a crag. "Dear, dear Fir, canst thou not let me pass? I am so little," the Brook said, fondly kissing the Fir on his foot. The Fir felt bashful and let her pass. But the Birch made way before the Brook asked. "He, he, he," laughed the Brook, as she grew larger. "Ha, ha, ha," laughed the Brook again, pushing Heather and Juniper, Fir and Birch, forwards and backwards, up and down on the great crags. The Cliff sat for many hundred years after, pondering whether it did not smile a little that day.

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