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Dream Dancers • Vol Two • 2018 By Spencer Jourdain
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Journey to the Promised Land tracks three generations of a black Georgia family through slavery, emancipation, black Reconstruction, the restoration of white supremacy, and the rise of Jim Crow in... More > the “New South.” After the Civil War, the United States Congress set in motion an ambitious Southern Reconstruction plan for black advancement toward political and economic equality. However, the South still harbored an illusory vision called “The Lost Cause” of a happy pre-War society made prosperous by black slave labor. In Georgia, a majority of white citizens in 1872 used their control of the voting process and constant guerrilla terror campaigns against the new black citizens to achieve sweeping state political victories. The newly emancipated black population aided by white Southerners derisively called “scalawags” battled determinedly back. Journey to the Promised Land tells this story.< Less
Hindu Goddesses By Paul Shar
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According to the Hindu Scriptures, God the Supreme Creator of this universe has been manifesting Himself by virtue of His Supernatural Illusory Power as a Man or a Woman for the protection of his... More > creation. When He appears in the male Form, He is hailed and Worshipped as Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh and when He appears in His Female Form, He is adored as Saraswati, Lakshmi and Kaali. Just as goddess Saraswati is the bestower of education and knowledge and goddess Lakshmi is the bestower of wealth and prosperity, similarly goddess Kaali is the destroyer of demons who inflict atrocities on the innocent. She is named Mahakaali by virtue of her terrifying features and invincible strength. She is the chastiser of sinners and the wicked. Mother Kaali also manifested to rid Creation of the fear of the wicked.< Less
The Illusion of 'I' and Other By Ra Santosha
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This book exposes the reality of ‘I’ or the known self as nothing but a mythical affair concocted by the human mind. If one makes the effort to understand what is essentially communicated... More > throughout this book, rather than merely trying to believe in it or just opposing it outright, it will become clear to the reader that ‘I’, the self-conscious entity/identity, ‘exists’ in thought only. That is the illusion, the dream referred to in the ancient Vedas. And because ‘I’ is only a dream, everything that is perceived by ‘I’ or is experienced by ‘I’ or proceeds forth from ‘I’ is a dream also. The world is dreamed by dreamers who call the dream reality. Awakening the human spirit from this illusory web of self-deception is the intent of the author. Of course the book alone won’t do it; it is the coming together of those who either already understand, in one form or another, and those who desire to understand that will finally set people free.< Less
Awakening Within The Dream By Lori Vuckovich
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We are as ghosts, dwelling in this earthly realm in a lowly state of consciousness. We endure this nightmare of illusory slumber, yet we do no fully realize that we are dreaming. Just as ghosts are... More > often unaware of their demise and stay in a dimension where they do not belong, we too seem content to stay within the realm of nightmares and horror, unable to find our way out. We have been born into a world that isn't real. We've been fed lies through religion's betrayal. We were never meant to be here, but there is a way to find our path back home. Within these pages is the urgency of Spiritual Remembrance. It is told through the lens of a darkened perception, so that many will embrace its comfort; for pain and suffering are so familiar to us. Through the darkness is the Light of our true Spiritual identity, long forgotten - yet awaiting our resurrection back to Unity.< Less
Awakening Within the Dream By Lori Vuckovich
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We are as ghosts, dwelling in this earthly realm in a lowly state of consciousness. We endure this nightmare of illusory slumber, yet we do no fully realize that we are dreaming. Just as ghosts are... More > often unaware of their demise and stay in a dimension where they do not belong, we too seem content to stay within the realm of nightmares and horror, unable to find our way out. We have been born into a world that isn't real. We've been fed lies through religion's betrayal. We were never meant to be here, but there is a way to find our path back home. Within these pages is the urgency of Spiritual Remembrance. It is told through the lens of a darkened perception, so that many will embrace its comfort; for pain and suffering are so familiar to us. Through the darkness is the Light of our true Spiritual identity, long forgotten - yet awaiting our resurrection back to Unity.< Less
The Illusion of 'I' and Other By Ra Santosha
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This book exposes the reality of ‘I’ or the known self as nothing but a mythical affair concocted by the human mind. If one makes the effort to understand what is essentially communicated... More > throughout this book, rather than merely trying to believe in it or just opposing it outright, it will become clear to the reader that ‘I’, the self-conscious entity/identity, ‘exists’ in thought only. That is the illusion, the dream referred to in the ancient Vedas. And because ‘I’ is only a dream, everything that is perceived by ‘I’ or is experienced by ‘I’ or proceeds forth from ‘I’ is a dream also. The world is dreamed by dreamers who call the dream reality. Awakening the human spirit from this illusory web of self-deception is the intent of the author. Of course the book alone won’t do it; it is the coming together of those who either already understand, in one form or another, and those who desire to understand that will finally set people free.< Less
My Hardcover Book By C.A. Muses
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This book contains three separate, and very important, works detailing Tibetan Tantric Buddhist thought and practice: Seven Initiation Rituals of the Tibetan Tantra, The Six Yogas of Naropa, and The... More > Vow of Mahamudra. These were translated and edited by Musés assisted by exiled Tibetan monks from manuscripts in the Library of Congress. There are some very strange passages here. There is the mysterious prophecy of Mi-Gyur-Dorje found in one of the manuscripts among the initiation rituals, which tells of a far future time when Tibet will be shattered and perscuted by demons. Naropa relates the Yoga of Entering Another's Body (which can be used to reanimate a corpse!). Naropa also discusses at some length what we call lucid Muses wasdreaming, but which he calls The Practice of the Illusory Body.< Less
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THE LAST DUTY and ALBERT SCHNELL’S DOWNFALL By John Henry Mackay
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This two-part story, The Last Duty (1893) and Albert Schnell’s Downfall (1895), an early work of John Henry Mackay, is influenced by the literary movement of naturalism, but remains uniquely... More > Mackay. The central character Albert Schnell illustrates, in a negative way, Mackay’s philosophy of individualist anarchism, while remaining a genuine, recognizable human being, not a mere symbol. The first part, in a tour de force of writing, is a story without a plot — as Mackay tells us in its subtitle. It describes three days in the life of a man who, essentially, has no life. Yet Mackay makes us care for the hopeless little man. Indeed, there is no hope for him, as soon becomes clear in the second part of the story. Schnell has absorbed all the “virtues” of his hypocritical society, and they work against him. Ironically Schnell does know what he must do to resist his fate, but he is prevented by his own weakness and the power his illusory world has over him. His downfall becomes inevitable.< Less
THE LAST DUTY and ALBERT SCHNELL’S DOWNFALL By John Henry Mackay
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This two-part story, The Last Duty (1893) and Albert Schnell’s Downfall (1895), an early work of John Henry Mackay, is influenced by the literary movement of naturalism, but remains uniquely... More > Mackay. The central character Albert Schnell illustrates, in a negative way, Mackay’s philosophy of individualist anarchism, while remaining a genuine, recognizable human being, not a mere symbol. The first part, in a tour de force of writing, is a story without a plot — as Mackay tells us in its subtitle. It describes three days in the life of a man who, essentially, has no life. Yet Mackay makes us care for the hopeless little man. Indeed, there is no hope for him, as soon becomes clear in the second part of the story. Schnell has absorbed all the “virtues” of his hypocritical society, and they work against him. Ironically Schnell does know what he must do to resist his fate, but he is prevented by his own weakness and the power his illusory world has over him. His downfall becomes inevitable.< Less

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