Search Results: 'Indigenous Australians'

Search

×
×
×
×
24 results for "Indigenous Australians"
She'll Be Right By anonymous indigenous Christian Australian author
Paperback: $16.50
Ships in 3-5 business days
This one had few words around it, but is made up of: poetic prose and a few new poems, that all got written last, but are at the start; a poem written whilst Barak Obama spoke to the Australian... More > Parliament in 2011; a short yarn about the same day; exerts from another essay; and a few more poems, that got composed years before the rest of this book.< Less
An Essay for Permaculture's People: in addendum to An Exorcist's Paradigm By anonymous Australian indigenous Christian author
eBook (ePub): $8.50
Download immediately.
An essay, a few poems, and an oddly assorted set of other writing, all working within the emphasis of enabling us to regard the potential for global warming to have been caused by the excessive... More > criminalization of humanity. Specifically, as with the first volume of An Exorcist's Paradigm, this work points to an economic over reliance upon finding addicts at fault for economic failures, (as well as for the successes of corrupt economies) as the base line fault, we normally avoid stating since it is already so overstated in the collective human subconsciousness. This work stirs up some of the muck of what the problems we all face have been, and points to Aboriginal Australian culture as having sustainable solutions. The solutions are not overtly stated, because I believe that solutions work better when each individual need seek and claim a solution within their own life story, and from within their own internal mind. However problems are certainly exposed as issues which need be collectively prevented.< Less
An Essay for Permaculture's People: in addendum to An Exorcist's Paradigm By anonymous Australian indigenous Christian author
Paperback: $18.60
Ships in 3-5 business days
This book is a kind of wrapping up of a few distinct pieces of writing, that all fell in together, after not finding their way into the original volume of "An Exorcist's Paradigm". The... More > topic of alleviating opium dependencies is still a thread through the whole, yet the prose content of this work is more consolidated in addressing that issue as a myriad of other related issues. This work especially addresses the matters of the origin of gift giving economics, and how reafforestation will truly be enabled. It is one matter to identify that the problem was connected to economic reliance upon addicts sourcing faults that untoward economic interests was being blamed upon, but another matter altogether to find solutions in which a viable economy will be sustained. I do not intend to prove what the solution will be, as much as stir the muck further, of what the issues were that have caused that the potential for climate change, ever became a problem.< Less
Homeopathy for Alleviating Opium's Suffering: a part of An Exorcist's Paradigm By anonymous Australian Christian indigenous author
eBook (ePub): $6.50
Download immediately.
We are not selling these medicines for profit, and any money paid for our treatment, will be distributed for the purpose of enabling more fluid communication of all the health care options available... More > in modern nations, among indigenous medicine men, and their families, whose work spiritually supervised the process of the development of a sequence of homeopathic medicines to enable freedom from the addiction to opium derived substances. This work got done within real certainty that the subconscious Dreaming patterns caused by opium, were preventing the patterns in the collective subconsciousness of humanity, which are needed to halt the progression of climate change. Yet simultaneously, the clear evidence was, that the problem exists more among those who imagined to blame addicts for a quick buck, rather than in what addicts themselves happen to be causing.< Less
Homeopathy for Alleviating Opium's Suffering: a part of An Exorcist's Paradigm By anonymous Australian Christian indigenous author
Paperback: $20.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
This is an essay that began as a leaflet to accompany a homeopathic prescription of a sequence of remedies for alleviating the problems of opiate addiction, and then became a longer essay within the... More > book named “An Exorcist’s Paradigm”, from within which it evolved into this booklet. It is about how to get clean from drugs, including alcohol, but most specifically about finding relief from dependency upon opium and its derivatives. No discussion of the topic of opium and opium derived substances ever takes place without risk involved, in that ignorance of it may well be our best safeguard against its vices; however in this work, all such mentions are well accounted for. The motivation behind this publication is to alleviate the collective subconsciousness of humanity, from conditions in which opium's inclination can be detrimental to Earth's natural environment, without its users ever intending that. Rather, at fault were all persons who sought to gain wealth by blaming opium and her dependents.< Less
Ennui and the New Canoe with Charlie Kite Indigenous Australian in Kakadu By Pamela Lillian Valemont
Hardcover: $38.00
Ships in 6-8 business days.
(1 Ratings)
This is a story about an original Australian an aborigine named Charlie Kite and a crocodile called Ennui, who form a partnership and sign a contract. This provides Ennui with paid employment at the... More > rate of $15 per day, a lot of money for a crocodile! He is supposed to swim out to Charlie's Kakadu Cruiser and scare the tourists by snapping at them with his mighty jaws while they shoots lots of photos and videos! All goes well for a while....until Ennui becomes bored stiff with the repetitiveness of it all, not to mention the lack of job fulfillment! All would be lost....then the day is saved when Ennui discovers his latent potential as a boat builder extraordinaire! A story that reminds children not to waste their talents, to believe in themselves, have faith and courage to do what is best for them, despite others' expectations of them, to develop to the best of their abilities and reach their full potential in life.< Less
Ennui and the New Canoe (from Kakadu) (Featuring Charlie Kite, Indigenous Australian) By Pamela Lillian Valemont
Paperback: $29.90
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
This is a story about an original Australian, an aborigine called Charlie Kite, (whose family name was derived from that of the wetlands bird of the Kakadu, the Whistling Kite, that lived on the... More > billabong where he was born), and a crocodile, called Ennui. As the name implies, Ennui, after a brilliant, and therefore promising, start to his career, finds he has a problem working long-term for Charlie, in the tourist industry. His talents lie dormant, and he becomes unhappy and lazy, not fulfilling his contractual obligations to Charlie. Eventually Ennui discovers his true potential as a boat builder extraordinaire, and his inner conflict is resolved. The situation is not only sorted out to everyone's satisfaction, but what emerges is an even more mutually profitable and fulfilling business partnership than the one before. A story that reminds children not to waste their talents, or to leave them undeveloped, but instead have faith and belief in themselves, and to follow their dreams, no matter what.< Less
BARDOO MAI AND OTHER INDIGENOUS THINGS By PATRICE ANN POWER, BRODY T. LORRAINE
Paperback: $23.72
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
BARDOO MAI AND OTHER INDIGENOUS THINGS is the story of Patrice Ann Power an award winning Indigenous Australian Installation artist and the recipient of two Arts Queensland / Regional Arts... More > Development Fund grants. This is about her thirty six year search for her Narrangu family and the successful outcome which was only made possible because of Brett Nutley of Link Up Queensland.< Less
Australian Animals By Susan Van De Luecht
Calendar: List Price: $32.50 $30.88 You Save: 5%
Ships in 3-5 business days
Our indigenous species here in Australia. Includes our cute little koala, the kangaroo, our lizard species and more.
Contemporary Issues in Australian Literacy Teaching By Jenny Johnston
Paperback: $59.99
Ships in 3-5 business days
The books covers a range of topics, including: how literacy and English are linked to early childhood and to middle school education, special needs education, teaching literacy to Indigenous... More > students, bilingualism and languages education, critical literacies and multi-literacies, literacy assessment, how to engage parents in their child’s literacy and how quality literature can be used to support and enhance student’s literacy development. The intended audience for this text is pre-service teachers working and studying in their early childhood and primary undergraduate degrees, as well as beginning teachers who are keen to improve their literacy teaching skills.< Less