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An Edicts of Government Amendment By Carl Malamud
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Testimony of Carl Malamud before the House Judiciary Committee on January 14, 2014. The home page for the testimony is https://public.resource.org/edicts/
We Defy! By Tommy Attaway Jr
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We Defy! is the story of a band of Texans who become frustrated with the loss of liberty in their lives and determine that the situation is no longer tolerable. Using the past as a guide, they found... More > their own community and proceed to establish a society based on the principles which originally governed the United States and Texas. They decide to ignore unconstitutional edicts of the national government and live as the founders of the United States intended for free people to live. The Texans are equally willing to use the soap box, ballot box, and cartridge box as the situation dictates. As the community grows, the residents are confronted with issues of local government and eventually they come to the attention of federal authorities. Those authorities are determined to enforce the US Code of Federal Regulations and the Texans bid defiance. The results of those actions impact the residents, Texas and the United States.< Less
Science and Divinity Volume 1 By Joshua Evans
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Welcome to the world of my fantasy Earth! Science and Divinity is a classic tale about the struggle between faith in spirituality and faith in technology, told primarily through the lenses of the... More > two, female main characters- Geophia and Sapphire. Geophia is the head of the Migus- the combined organization of every branch of science in the world. The Migus work hand in hand with the Sentry- they are the combined police and military force employed by the reformed American government known as the Edict. Geophia is very smart. Very powerful. Exceedingly ruthless. She believes spirituality to be a cancer and her technology the cure. Sapphire is a Kai to her Guru Grandfather. The Guru are a mystical race of people who worship God and are empowered by His energy- Jhyra. The Guru are the masters. The Kai are the learners. Now the Guru are being targeted and the faith she was raised in will be put to the test like never before- and she will have to determine for herself if she truly believes.< Less
The Ancient City: A Study of the Religion, Laws, and Institutions of Greece and Rome By Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges & Willard Small
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The Ancient City is Fustel de Coulanges' superb investigation of life during classical antiquity; a culture he felt rested and flourished upon religious observance. This fascinating history offers... More > the reader ideas of how day-to-day life in Ancient Rome and Greece was sustained for centuries. Coulanges covers each major topic in sequence, beginning with the crucial assertion that religion what was held classical life together. This is swiftly followed by examples of customs and morals that defined interpersonal and familial life; marriage; adoption; rights of property and assets to name but some. Coulanges progresses to discuss the physical city. How a town would grow in size, what amenities and institutions would appear, and how religion so greatly impacted the citizen's life. Governance, through edicts, criminal and civil law, and the ruling council of a given city is examined. Latterly, we hear the importance of the class system; conflict between the lower classes - or plebiscite - and the nobility.< Less
The Gods of Man: Gods of Nature - God of War By Gary R. Varner
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Today the majority of humankind worships a single God. Although this God is said to be all loving and wanting peace for his worshippers there is very little peace among the three religions based on... More > common theology. Judaism, Christianity and Islam all foster hatred for one another, causing millions of deaths and untold suffering for hundreds of years. This book explores the mythic, historical, and archaeological record to illustrate the history of these conflicts. The Gods of Man also looks at how monotheism eventually dominated and destroyed the ancient and peaceful goddess traditions that had existed for thousands of years before. Is the God of today simply used to enforce government edicts, justify war and to control society? Gary R. Varner has written several articles and books on ancient religions, folklore and mythology. He is a member of the American Folklore Society and the Foundation for Mythological Studies.< Less
The Gods of Man: Gods of Nature - God of War By Gary R. Varner
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Today the majority of humankind worships a single God. Although this God is said to be all loving and wanting peace for his worshippers there is very little peace among the three religions based on... More > common theology. Judaism, Christianity and Islam all foster hatred for one another, causing millions of deaths and untold suffering for hundreds of years. This book explores the mythic, historical, and archaeological record to illustrate the history of these conflicts. The Gods of Man also looks at how monotheism eventually dominated and destroyed the ancient and peaceful goddess traditions that had existed for thousands of years before. Is the God of today simply used to enforce government edicts, justify war and to control society? Gary R. Varner has written several articles and books on ancient religions, folklore and mythology. He is a member of the American Folklore Society and the Foundation for Mythological Studies.< Less
Delaware Title 8 (Unauthorized Mashup) By People of Delaware
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This book is an unauthorized mashup of the Delaware Corporate Code, Title 8 of the official law of the First State. Section 397 of that code says you can't copy Title 8 without prior permission and... More > threatens the violator with jail. That's nonsense. The law is owned by the people and no bureaucrat may take away the right to read or speak the laws by which we choose to govern ourselves. On top of Title 8, we threw in some great artwork of seed catalogs from the Smithsonian Institute because federal "Works of Government" have no copyright. The dividers come from the Library of Congress, which asserts no control, and come from a trove of child labor photographs from turn of the century from Delaware. Anybody should be able to copy any edict of government without penalty because the law belongs to all of us. See more at https://law.resource.org/pub/us/code/de/ (Note: Purchase price is 100% for book printing. Public Resource does not retain any revenue!)< Less