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The Wheel of Health: A Study of the Hunza People and the Keys to Health By Guy Wrench
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“Why not research health, as well as disease?” The Hunza of northern Pakistan were famous for their extraordinary vitality and health. Dr Wrench argues that in part at least,this is... More > because their food was not made ‘sophisticated’, by the artificial processes typically applied to modern processed food. How these processes affect our food is dealt with in great detail in this book. The answer that Dr Wrench uncovered in his researches goes deeper than just the food, though. The real answer lies in what was special about the Hunza's water supply. A new edition, illustrated. CONTENTS 1 - The Hunza People 2 - A Revolution in Outlook 3 - The Shift to Experimental Science 4 - The Start 5 - Continuity and Heredity 6 - Other Whole-diet Experiments 7 - Fragmentation 8 - The Cause of Disease 9 - The Hunza Food 10 - The Cultivation of Hunza Food 11 - Progress by Return 12 - An Experiment< Less
Almost Everything about Water Therapy By Constantin D. Cerbu
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It’s all around us. In the plants, in the animals and even inside the Earth itself, water is the fuel that drives all the physical, chemical and biological processes of the planet. From the... More > most isolated communities to the crowded urban jungle, human beings and water are bound together. Water is the planet’s blue blood. It shapes the terrain, adjusts the weather and provides a solid foundation for life. No matter how you put it, water is the most powerful substance on Earth. Let’s learn how to use it! Once we understand more about it, it can heal our bodies and our minds. After all, we’re all made of water.< Less
Umm al-Kitab Mother of the Book By door of light
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OMM AL-KETĀB, title of an anonymous Persian book associated with certain early Shiʿite ḡolāt (extremist) groups of southern Iraq. The origins of this syncretic text, produced... More > initially in Arabic, are shrouded in mystery. Subsequently, this work found its way into the manuscript collections of the Nezāri Ismaʿilis of Badaḵšān (an area now divided by the Oxus River between Tajikistan and Afghanistan) and adjacent areas, such as Hunza and Chitral, all situated in Central Asia. The Central Asian Nezāris, thus, regard the Omm al-ketāb not only as an Ismaʿili text but also as one of their most sacred and secret works, although it does not contain any known Ismaʿili doctrines.< Less
Book 2 Taster extended By Papageno
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Papageno, the hero of Mozart's Magic Flute, is continuing his quest for enlightenment and has found a Wish-Yielding Tree. This tree takes him to hear a conversation between Rumi and his followers and... More > a wise Hunzakut about the Ancient Greek Philosophy of the Hunzas. After hearing the conversation the tree and his friend a grapevine answer a few of Papageno's questions. These bring out the fundamentals of progress and what makes a culture invincible. The grapevine shows Papageno some research on the World-Wide-Wood which says that Transcendental Meditation enlivens all these fundamentals and is a scientific and reliable way to develop one's consciousness.< Less
Découverte du Pakistan Calendrier 2019 By Patricia Pagenel Ze Wandering Frogs
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Découvrez le Pakistan à travers ses vallées, villages, et traditions. Explorez les vallées de Hushe, Hunza, Kalash, et Phander, le parc national de Shandur, les villages... More > de Machollo, Chipursan, Khapulo, et admirez les traditions des différentes ethnies Kalash, Wakhi, Balti, et Khowar du Pakistan.< Less

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