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Origin of the Hippies - Wandering Groups and Modernization - Gypsies, Bandits, Hoboes and Bohemians By Dr. David Shapiro
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The destruction of tribal and traditional western life by modernization spawned groups separated from society. These groups often mobile and reaching into many nations re-emerged in history. They... More > have influenced change in the world and in turn have been affected by the cultures of the world. Gypsies, Bandits, Revolutionaries, Hoboes, Bohemians, Beats and Hippies are subjects of the studies recent and historical forerunners. This study analyzes the cause of these groups rooted in levels of energy consumption, changes in modes of production and modernization that create fertile ground for social change. It reveals links in the chain of changes in society and its institutions that give rise to new emerging groups and beliefs. A 34 nation comparative study was undertaken in 1968. This was a critical year for the evolution of the Hippie Movement and its gradual incorporation into the general culture.< Less
The Tarot of the Bohemians: Absolute Key to Occult Science By Papus for the exclusive use of Initiates
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Papus (Gerard Encausse)'s book originally published in French in 1889 as Le Tarot des Bohémiens: Le plus ancien Livre du monde, was translated into English in 1910 as The Tarot of the... More > Bohemians: The Absolute Key to Occult Science. Gérard Anaclet Vincent Encausse (July 13, 1865 - 25 October 1916), whose esoteric pseudonym was Papus, was the Spanish-born French physician, hypnotist, and popularizer of occultism, who founded the modern Martinist Order. His nom de plume: "Papus" means "physician." In 1888, he co-founded his own group, the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Croix. Encausse was also a member of the Hermetic Brotherhood of Light and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn temple in Paris. Encausse visited Russia three times, in 1901, 1905, and 1906, serving Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra both as physician and occult consultant.< Less
The Tarot of the Bohemians: Absolute Key to Occult Science By by Papus
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Papus (Gerard Encausse)'s book originally published in French in 1889 as Le Tarot des Bohémiens: Le plus ancien Livre du monde, was translated into English as The Tarot of the Bohemians: The... More > Absolute Key to Occult Science. Gérard Anaclet Vincent Encausse (July 13, 1865 - 25 October 1916), whose esoteric pseudonym was Papus, was the Spanish-born French physician, hypnotist, and popularizer of occultism, who founded the modern Martinist Order. His nom de plume "Papus" means "physician" As a young man, Encausse spent a great deal of time at the Bibliothèque Nationale studying the Kabbalah, occult tarot, magic and alchemy, and the writings of Eliphas Lévi. He joined the French Theosophical Society shortly after it was founded by Madame Blavatsky in 1884 - 1885, but he resigned soon after joining because he disliked the Society's emphasis on Eastern occultism. Encausse visited Russia three times, in 1901, 1905, and 1906 serving Tsar Nicholas II & Tsarina Alexandra both as physician and occult consultant.< Less
memoirs of gelasia By nicole viruet
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Gelasia lives on the furthest edges of the human galaxy, bohemian decadence and squalor.
Learning from the Hip: A Pocket Manifesto for Your Home Improvement Project By Devi Dutta-Choudhury
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This book is a guide to home improvement through the lens of one family’s experience in creating their own modern home in northern California. They bought a tiny house during that fast rise to... More > the boom of the housing market in the early aughts, and embarked on a major renovation and addition through the subsequent bust (while the family went through a boom of its own. Divided into 20 short chapters, this book outlines the entire home improvement process, from permits and architects to lighting and finishes. Learning from the HIP will help you create a home that is warm, comfortable and supports your life and the way you want to live it. Devi Dutta-Choudhury is a California licensed architect who specializes in working with homeowners, small businesses and non-profits in creating comfortable modern spaces. Her studio Devi Dutta Architecture is located in Berkeley, CA.< Less
memoirs of gelasia By nicole viruet
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~ A very weird book born from a very weird life.~ Pages loaded with humorous and brutally honest descriptions of drifting through life while living on the furthest edges of the human galaxy, bohemian... More > decadence and squalor, mental crisis, paranoia, spiritual celebration, awakening to true self within, cultural and religious fanaticism, heinous betrayals of love, artistic entrepreneurship, tangled friendships and romances doomed, repeated losses in different disguises, processing grief, and discovering what.is.real. Published cover is much more fine than the free preview appearance. just fyi.< Less
Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris - an illustrated art history tour By FishesEye Publishing
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This art history guide book will show you the sites and landmarks of artist Toulouse-Lautrec's life. Follow in his footsteps - by visiting the addresses in this unique guide - either online, or in... More > the flesh. Toulouse-Lautrec was a friend of many of the most famous figures, such as Vincent Van Gogh, Oscar Wilde, Charles Conder, plus infamous actresses and Cancan dancers Jane Avril, Yvette Guilbert and "La Goulue". Each landmark location is illustrated with biographical anecdotes & contemporary photographs. The book also contains many period prints, postcards & photos, to help recapture the atmosphere. A fascinating & educational virtual tour with a real flavor of Paris. Use it to plan your own self-guided walking tour of the sites. Plus vintage postcards and photos of Paris as Lautrec knew it, and interactive links to online biographical resources. A must for anyone interested in 1890's Paris, or the origins of modern art. E-book supplied in PDF landscape format for Acrobat Reader.< Less
Life as a Tarantella: a memoir By Jill D. Sweet
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This memoir describes the life and times of the author’s mother, Barbara Adams Stephens, a Broadway dancer and stage-manager in the 1930s. Barbara’s story is a classic feminist tale. It... More > is also a narrative of resilience. Barbara was an only child, born in Toronto, Canada in 1915. Her mother, Ethel was a want-to-be Bohemian artist and her father, Stanley was a professional singer. Neither parent concentrated on raising Barbara. It was after Ethel took her daughter with her to Paris in the 1920s that Barbara learned her parents were getting divorced. It was also in Paris that Ethel enrolled Barbara in a Catholic boarding school run by nuns. This gave Ethel freedom from parenting, but it was also the most miserable period of Barbara’s life. She was the only American student. No one spoke English. She quickly learned to speak French, but until she stressed her ties to Canada rather than America, no one befriended her.< Less
Life As a Tarantella: A Memoir By Jill D. Sweet
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This memoir describes the life and times of the author’s mother, Barbara Adams Stephens, a Broadway dancer and stage-manager in the 1930s. Barbara’s story is a classic feminist tale. It... More > is also a narrative of resilience. Barbara was an only child, born in Toronto, Canada in 1915. Her mother, Ethel was a want-to-be Bohemian artist and her father, Stanley was a professional singer. Neither parent concentrated on raising Barbara. It was after Ethel took her daughter with her to Paris in the 1920s that Barbara learned her parents were getting divorced. It was also in Paris that Ethel enrolled Barbara in a Catholic boarding school run by nuns. This gave Ethel freedom from parenting, but it was also the most miserable period of Barbara’s life. She was the only American student. No one spoke English. She quickly learned to speak French, but until she stressed her ties to Canada rather than America, no one befriended her.< Less
A HISTORY OF THE MORAVIAN CHURCH.(1909) By J. E. HUTTON, M.A.
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CONTENTS. BOOK ONE. The Bohemian Brethren. 1457-1673 BOOK TWO. The Revival under Zinzendorf. 1700-1760. BOOK THREE. The Rule of the Germans. 1760-1857. BOOK FOUR. The Modern Moravians.... More > 1857-1908. CHAPTER I.--Moravian Principles " II.--The Moravians in Germany " III.--The Moravians in Great Britain " IV.--The Moravians in North America " V.--Bonds of Union< Less