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B.A.D WORDS the alphabet music of Ah'reek Marshall By Arik Marshall
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Ahreek Marshall's 'alphabet music' (as he describes the various poems in this book) sing of a deep spirituality, a connection and reverence for Nature and Native American cultures, the more than ever... More > importance of artistic integrity and emphasis on authentic creativity needed in today's 'fast food' society, the playfulness, magic and wisdom of children, an almost religious attitude toward 'real' music, raw sexuality, tender romance,Muhammad Ali, beautiful aliens, loneliness, 'foolosophy', bi-raciality and more. Central to this literary landscape is the consistent theme of (to paraphrase Don Cornelius)truth, love & soul! Throughout this collection there is an emphasis on the concept of balancing apparent opposites: Nature and technology, black and white, male and female, silly and serious, Earthly and otherworldly, etc. 'B.A.D WORDS' is a deeply felt poetic offering of a unique yet universal in-look and out-look on what it means to be alive and to strive for self evolution in the 21st century.< Less
Songs for Prophets, Poems for Ghost By Edward Kelley
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Finally, after four years of trial and error, three editors and sevral near death expierences, this book has been edited and polished into an near acceptable bookstore quality. A work I am now proud... More > to say that I created for the world to enjoy as I clawed my way up and out of a hellish dark night of the soul. For those who prayed for me, I thank you. This anthology of poetry and song is not only dedicated to the hermit within, but to the human quest for the ascension of spirit. Within these pages are some of my tributes to the worlds spiritual masters, free thinkers and messengers of peace and unity. From the Zen Master T.D Suzuki to the Goddess of mercy Kuan Yin, from the Native American Prophet Black Elk Speaks to John Lennon, each one of these people have had something to offer the world in the name of Love, peace and life. They have done so, selflessly in the light for the only purpose of leading humanity to a higher level of conscious awareness.< Less
Buffalo Bill: Last of the Great Scouts – The Biography and History of America’s Wild West Icon By Helen Cody Wetmore
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Helen Cody Wetmore's classic account of the life of Buffalo Bill is action-packed and informative, doing full justice to the legend that was William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. As... More > Buffalo Bill's younger sister, Helen Cody Wetmore was in a great position to comment on her brother's adventures in the Old West, and his personality. Beginning as a contracted hunter, it was only when Cody's prowess in buffalo shooting was chronicled by New York based author and publisher Ned Buntline that he attained great fame. Although stories Buntline published were partly fabricated and mostly exaggerated, William Cody was stunned by the attention and fame was duly lavished upon him. After proving his abilities in a series of hunting contests, he launched his show: Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Cody made an enormously successful enterprise out of performing and re-enacting dramatic events and battles of the Western frontier. The show employed Native Americans and former cavalrymen, thrilling crowds in their thousands.< Less
Buffalo Bill: Last of the Great Scouts – The Biography and History of America’s Wild West Icon (Hardcover) By Helen Cody Wetmore
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Helen Cody Wetmore's classic account of the life of Buffalo Bill is action-packed and informative, doing full justice to the legend that was William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. As... More > Buffalo Bill's younger sister, Helen Cody Wetmore was in a great position to comment on her brother's adventures in the Old West, and his personality. Beginning as a contracted hunter, it was only when Cody's prowess in buffalo shooting was chronicled by New York based author and publisher Ned Buntline that he attained great fame. Although stories Buntline published were partly fabricated and mostly exaggerated, William Cody was stunned by the attention and fame was duly lavished upon him. After proving his abilities in a series of hunting contests, he launched his show: Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Cody made an enormously successful enterprise out of performing and re-enacting dramatic events and battles of the Western frontier. The show employed Native Americans and former cavalrymen, thrilling crowds in their thousands.< Less
The Wilson Brothers and THE O' DOME By m.l. farahay
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Mercenary-air rising: In 1970 M.L. Farahay began serious research on this project while living in and working out of the Knik River valley near Palmer, Alaska. It is a... More > documentary/mystery about the disappearance of teenage brothers, Roger & Michael Wilson, and their unique aircraft vanishing with them in 1947. The story begins in 1944 at Dayton Ohio's Wright Patterson AFB and continues to New Mexico and Alaska with truth stranger than fiction adventures, abduction, love, sibling rivalry, wild animal attacks, a cunning, young native American co-conspirator, her father, and those few, curious individuals drawn-in and trapped by their findings. Uncovering Cedar Arts aka: Civil Enterprise Developing Aerial Reconnaissance and Aircraft Research Testing Systems. FOB Fed. Vendors #...8272. ISBN-13: 978-0-615-31423-5 Actual size 1/2" X 8 1/2" X 11" Dark blue, casewrap hardcover, ID # 7769294. Dated & autographed with Wilson brothers photographs & documents.< Less
JUS 520 GRAND CANYON WEEK 6 COMPLETE WORK By Jon Snow
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JUS 520 GRAND CANYON WEEK 6 COMPLETE WORK Just Click on Below Link to Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/jus-520-grand-canyon-week-6-complete-work/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 6 Complete Work JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 6 Discussion 1 Some Native American cultures embrace the concept of “banishment” from the tribe as a form of punishment. Given your understanding of community and obligation, do you find that banishment is an appropriate sentence? Should it be used more frequently or only in more severe instances? JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 6 Discussion 2 Within the United States, whether a judge is appointed or elected depends largely upon location. Do you believe it is appropriate for many judges in the country to be elected? Why or why not? JUS 520 Grand Canyon Week 6 Assignment Crime & Justice< Less
INT 244 GRAND CANYON WEEK 7 COMPLETE WORK By Jon Snow
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INT 244 GRAND CANYON WEEK 7 COMPLETE WORK Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/int-244-grand-canyon-week-7-complete-work/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 7 Complete Work INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 7 Discussion 1 In what sense does the Judeo-Christian tradition share aspects of traditional religions? In what sense is the Judeo-Christian tradition different from traditional religions? Based on this understanding, how can Christians enhance their interactions with those who adhere to traditional religious beliefs and practices? INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 7 Discussion 2 Identify key concepts of both African traditional religion and Native American religions. Based on these concepts, what similarities are there among these two groups? How do they differ?< Less
B.A.D WORDS the alphabet music of Ah'reek Marshall By Arik Marshall
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Ahreek Marshall's 'alphabet music' (as he describes the various poems in this book) sing of a deep spirituality, a connection and reverence for Nature and Native American cultures, the more than... More > ever importance of artistic integrity and emphasis on authentic creativity needed in today's 'fast food' society, the playfulness, magic and wisdom of children, an almost religious attitude toward 'real' music, raw sexuality, tender romance,Muhammad Ali, beautiful aliens, loneliness, 'foolosophy', bi-raciality and more. Central to this literary landscape is the consistent theme of (to paraphrase Don Cornelius)truth, love & soul! Throughout this collection there is an emphasis on the concept of balancing apparent opposites: Nature and technology, black and white, male and female, silly and serious, Earthly and otherworldly, etc. 'B.A.D WORDS' is a deeply felt poetic offering of a unique yet universal in-look and out-look on what it means to be alive and to strive for self evolution in the 21st century. < Less
The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke By Rupert Brooke
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: George Edward Woodberry, Litt. D., LL. D. (May 12, 1855 –... More > January 2, 1930) was an American literary critic and poet.Woodberry was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, on May 12, 1855. The Woodberrys or Woodburys—various spellings of the name exist—immigrated early and, since settlement took root on the North Shore, have been native to Beverly and neighboring seaport towns. Receiving his preparation at the Phillips Exeter Academy, he entered Harvard College in 1872. Owing, however, to ill health, he was unable to continue with his class. He re-entered in 1875 and was graduated in 1877. Another distinguished member was the then Governor of Massachusetts. Woodberry took highest final honors in philosophy, and was awarded an Oration at Commencement. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Edward_Woodberry< Less
Alaska Shaman Trilogy By David Lakota
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Twenty years of wild adventure are packed into this compilation of short stories from Alaska, Hawaii and Minnesota, from the impoverished neighborhoods of the Twin Cities to the insanity of Marine... More > Corps bootcamp... from the paradise shores of Big Island Hawaii to the limitless realms of spirit and nature, this is my autobiography, an epic quest from birth in 1967 to present. I went from being a juvenile delinquent to a dedicated soldier. Then I deserted my unit on the brink of war and fled to Alaska to fulfill my life-long dream of living wild and free. There I began studying shamanism, learning directly from an Apache Medicine Chief named Snowleopard. Later I returned to civilization to begin a life of service as a Spiritual Warrior. This compilation is far from finished. I can spend the rest of my life adding to it. However, it is already full of great adventure stories, Native American wisdom and practical spirituality that I know you’ll get a lot out of even if it seems hard to believe. Enjoy.< Less

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