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magie lunaire By John Major
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comprendre les lois de la nature et s'harmoniser à elle...une recherche du sens.
les pouvoirs By John Major
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Un récapitulatif de la science du haut savoir comme autrfois l'appelait l'initié...
John Carter By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Classic science fiction by the great American author Edgar Rice Burroughs. Now a major motion picture! Come discover for the first time the adventures of Captain John Carter on the Planet Barsoom,... More > known to Earthlings as Mars. Both suitable and ideal for all ages, this book is an introduction to a new world of exciting reading by an exceptionally creative writer.< Less
Rolf Sturm's Major Method Volume 1 By Rolf Sturm
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Rolf Sturm's MAJOR METHOD Volume 1 teaches all of the scales needed to solo through any playing situation. This is by far the FASTEST way to learn the entire neck of the guitar! No more blind spots... More > on the neck. Once you know the major scale, you’ve got the key to almost all of the other scales. The Major Method shows you how. Jazz guitarist JOHN ABERCROMBIE says: "It will have you improvising before you can say Dorian Mode!!”< Less
Rolf Sturm's Major Method Volume 2 By Rolf Sturm
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Rolf Sturm's Major Method Volume 2 is a 300 page, comprehensive presentation of guitar chords, inversions, extensions, alterations, and arpeggios. John Abercrombie calls it "the clearest... More > examples of chords and arpeggios that I've encountered yet." The Major Method Volume 2 contains over 1,400 chords, all presented within the scale diagrams that they belong to, enabling you to "see" the entire neck clearly when you play chords and arpeggios.< Less
John Stuart Mill's Contradiction By Chris Rackauckas
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John Stuart Mill has been influential in the development of the minds within Western liberal democracies. Within his many books he laid down the foundations for the way many think about politics,... More > economics, and morality. However, between his books On Liberty and Utilitarianism, Mill builds a major contradiction within his worldview. In On Liberty, Mill espouses to protect individuals from the "tyranny of the majority" while on the other hand he praises all actions which build the happiness of the majority in Utilitarianism. This essay searches through the words of John Stuart Mill and tests possible explanations in a series of thought experiments to see if this contradiction can be reconciled. With this deep examination into the contradicting morality of modern societies, a new light is cast on an old problem which opens up new possibilities to end age-old strife.< Less
Captain John May Smith By John Hylas Smith
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20 page pamphlet complete with photos, charts, and maps presented in memory of Captain John May Smith of the 105th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Company G and his involvement, along with his unit, in... More > the Battle Of Resaca during the Civil War in May 1864. The presentation begins with his enlistment on through to his obituary. It contains history documentation, photos, maps, and notes from the Captain's (a First Lieutenant during the battle) own diary of events. The Battle of Resaca was the first major battle that involved a full contingent of both Federal and Confederate armies. It ended inconclusively with the Confederate Army pulling back from Resaca.< Less
Saint John of the Cross By Father Paschasius Heriz
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Saint John of the Cross was a major figure of the Counter-Reformation, a Spanish mystic, and Carmelite friar and priest, born at Fontiveros, a small village near Ávila. Saint John of the... More > Cross was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered, along with Saint Teresa of Ávila, as a founder of the Discalced Carmelites. He is also known for his writings. Both his poetry and his studies on the growth of the soul are considered the summit of mystical Spanish literature and one of the peaks of all Spanish literature. He was canonized as a saint in 1762 by Pope Benedict XIII. He is one of the thirty-three Doctors of the Church.< Less
John Constable: Drawings By Daniel Coenn
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John Constable was English artist, positioned with Turner as one of the greatest British landscape painters. His most excellent paintings are of the places Constable knew, mainly Suffolk and... More > Hampstead, where he lived. He worked broadly in the open air, drawing and sketching, but his finished pictures were produced in the studio. Often completing primary sketches previous to beginning a canvas, Constable would draw and try to capture a moment in occasion, testing the composition first in sketches in a grid formation so that they could be accurately scaled up when the artist started to work on larger paintings later. In England Constable had no real successor and the many imitators (including his son Lionel) turned rather to the formal compositions than to the more direct sketches. In France, on the other hand, he was a major influence on Romantic artists such as Delacroix, on the painters of the Barbizon School, and on the Impressionists.< Less
John Constable: 110 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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John Constable rejected the formal or "picturesque" rendering of nature; instead, he tried to capture informally the effects of changing light and the patterns of clouds moving across the... More > country sky. He loved the countryside, and his best work was of outdoor scenes in his native Suffolk and his London home in Hampstead. He worked in the open air, though he returned to his studio to finish his paintings. Often completing primary sketches prior to starting a large canvas, In England Constable had no real successor and the many imitators turned rather to the formal compositions than to the more direct sketches. In France, however, he was a major influence on Romantic painters such as Delacroix, on the members of the Barbizon School, and ultimately on the Impressionists.< Less