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DOWN UNDER UNDER By Milos Subotincic
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Have a good look through the eyes of a seasoned backpacker, 84 years old, still with his unclouded mind. Misha’s extensive travelling were driven by his inquisitiveness and desire to understand... More > what and why is going on this planet. Trying to appreciate Kiwis and Aussies was his four months valiant challenge and 300 pages later (fully illustrated) we are richer for it. His sharp personal focus on aboriginal “problem” is refreshing. Without missing a day to record his everyday observations, he created a rich tapestry of the life on this “Down Under Under” land.< Less
Late Developers By James Ó Ceallaigh
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An environmental comedy of romance, corruption and spirituality... and just a little bit of military hardware. Eccentric summer campers tangle with ruthless property developers determined to... More > commercialize their pacific paradise. A farce for anyone who has ever been camping, or despaired of local body politicians and developers.< Less
Shared By Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick
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Seeking help from colleagues around the globe, Victorian physician, Dr. Liam Gilbert, is desperate to discover what is wrong with little Rachel Ellingswood. The child has faints that bring her near... More > to death without warning. Only child; heiress to a huge fortune in Devon, England, four year old Rachel will not survive without some miracle of discovery. Yet, Gilbert does not believe in miracles. When a single clue sends him on a harrowing voyage across the globe in search of answers, his discovery, about the impossible child, will alter his life forever. Rachel Ellingswood is not a simple child who is ill; when she is ill – she is not truly there.< Less
Essay - I Am the River, and the River Is Me By Christopher Mark Piper
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Thine [Lord-God] to revive a ruined country, to parcel-out the forfeited lands anew, men that are bound in darkness, restoring to freedom and to light. This essay entirely revolves around its... More > false-premise, “I am the river, and the river is me”. A brief paragraph or two in this mammoth 7,000+ word apologetic deals with the mere figurative meaning attached to the proposition. The ramifications inherent in the literal-meaning (as it is commonly understood) just keeps on diffusing itself out, leading the reader from first-principles to social-consequences and the purpose of human-existence.< Less
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Aotearoa New Zealand 2005 By Howard Frederick
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The price is in US dollars. For the print edition, International Supersaver shipping (free!) is available. If all you want is the Executive Summary, the Preview is free. “GEM Aotearoa New... More > Zealand is the largest study of indigenous entrepreneurship ever undertaken and represents another milestone in our journey to better understand the characteristics and determinants of Maori entrepreneurial activity and entrepreneurship in general”, according to Professor Whatarangi Winiata, Tumuaki of Te Wänanga o Raukawa. GEM Aotearoa was sponsored by Te Puni Kokiri / Ministry of Mäori Development and was carried out by a team of researchers at Te Whare Wananga o Wairaka (Unitec New Zealand) in Mt. Albert, Auckland, and Te Wananga o Raukawa in Otaki under the leadership of Professor Howard Frederick.< Less
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Aotearoa New Zealand 2005 By Howard Frederick
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The price is in US dollars. For the print edition, International Supersaver shipping (free!) is available. If all you want is the Executive Summary, the Preview is free. “GEM Aotearoa New... More > Zealand is the largest study of indigenous entrepreneurship ever undertaken and represents another milestone in our journey to better understand the characteristics and determinants of Maori entrepreneurial activity and entrepreneurship in general”, according to Professor Whatarangi Winiata, Tumuaki of Te Wänanga o Raukawa. GEM Aotearoa was sponsored by Te Puni Kokiri / Ministry of Mäori Development and was carried out by a team of researchers at Te Whare Wananga o Wairaka (Unitec New Zealand) in Mt. Albert, Auckland, and Te Wananga o Raukawa in Otaki under the leadership of Professor Howard Frederick.< Less
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Aotearoa New Zealand 2005 By Howard Frederick
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The price is in US dollars. For the print edition, International Supersaver shipping (free!) is available. If all you want is the Executive Summary, the Preview is free. “GEM Aotearoa New... More > Zealand is the largest study of indigenous entrepreneurship ever undertaken and represents another milestone in our journey to better understand the characteristics and determinants of Maori entrepreneurial activity and entrepreneurship in general”, according to Professor Whatarangi Winiata, Tumuaki of Te Wänanga o Raukawa. GEM Aotearoa was sponsored by Te Puni Kokiri / Ministry of Mäori Development and was carried out by a team of researchers at Te Whare Wananga o Wairaka (Unitec New Zealand) in Mt. Albert, Auckland, and Te Wananga o Raukawa in Otaki under the leadership of Professor Howard Frederick.< Less
A Book of the Beginnings Vol. 2 by Gerald Massey By Gerald Massey
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Vol. II; Comparative vocabulary of Hebrew and Egyptian words; Hebrew cruxes with Egyptian illustrations; Egyptian origins in the Hebrew scriptures, religion, language, and letters; The phenomenal... More > origin of Jehovah-Elohim; Egyptian origin of the Exodus; Moses and Joshua, or the two Lion-Gods of Egypt; An Egyptian dynasty of Hebrew deities identified from the monuments; The Egyptian origin of the Jews traced from the monuments; Comparative vocabulary of Akkado-Assyrian and Egyptian words; Egyptian origins in the Akkado-Assyrian language and mythology; Comparative vocabulary of Maori and Egyptian words; African origins of the Maori; Roots in Africa beyond Egypt. Mr. Massey has collected together all the principal facts known about Egypt, with a view to trace the origin of mankind. The significance of this work was not recognized in its own time over 100 years ago. This book emphasizes the African origins of mankind in ÆTHIOPIA.< Less
The Littlewood Waitangi Treaty a Can of Worms By Preller Geldenhuys
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This book was launched on Waitangi Day, 6th February, a national holiday to celebrate the NZ's 'founding document'of 1840. It should nullify the 'Grievance Industry' in the country exists on the... More > premise that there is a discrepancy in the English and Maori translated versions of the Treaty. The Littlewood Treaty categorically proves that there is no discrepancy. There is no basis for the Waitangi Tribunal Claims, to milk the New Zealand taxpayers. There is also a fallacy, of who the early settlers were. A lot of convincing evidence is and has been, intentionally hidden from the public that it was not the Maori who first arrived on the shores of New Zealand. Records are restricted until 2063 in terms of the Archives Act. There is a right time for the truth to be told and disseminated - and that is now - on Waitangi Day 2018. Revised and now updated (July 2018) The Truth will set you free - - -< Less
The Littlewood Waitangi Treaty a can of worms By Preller Geldenhuys
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Revised and updated, with improved layout and new input. The book was launched on Waitangi Day, 6th February, a national holiday to celebrate the NZ's 'founding document'. It should nullify the... More > 'Grievance Industry' in the country exists on the premise that there is a discrepancy in the English and Maori translated versions of the Treaty. The Littlewood Treaty categorically proves that there is no discrepancy. There is no basis for the Waitangi Tribunal Claims, to milk the New Zealand taxpayers. There is also a fallacy, of who the early settlers were. A lot of convincing evidence is and has been, intentionally hidden from the public that it was not the Maori who first arrived on the shores of New Zealand. Records are restricted until 2063 in terms of the Archives Act. There is a right time for the truth to be told and disseminated - and that is now - on Waitangi Day 2018. The Truth will set you free.< Less

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