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Mgo After Democracy By Mybrid Wonderful
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[EDITOR'S NOTE: 02/12/2018, DRAFT ONLY. This revision 5 has a new chapter, "Make" ] MGO After Democracy presents governing concepts to replace democracy. The principal concept is that of... More > the micro-modular governing organization [MGO] that uses groups of size thirty as the initial block size for all other governing bodies. This is juxtaposed to Democracies and all other current forms of universal governments that initially define a Country structure for everyone in the governed universe and then further breaks down governing into smaller bodies like States, Counties, Providences and Corporations. The MGO block replaces all existing bodies, including Corporations.< Less
AHP 38: THE WITCHES OF TIBET By Pema Kyi
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AHP 38 THE WITCHES OF TIBET is a fictionalized account of a Tibetan girl's childhood in Mgo log (Golok) in Qinghai Province. The narrative begins with how a little girl's life was saved by a gift of... More > a mysterious pill from a kind, local woman who locals regarded as a witch. These and other magic moments are from personal experiences that relatives and others related about their own lives, and what the author dreamed and imagined. This text illustrates how a Tibetan woman is influenced by those around her, the natural environment, and her dreams. In addition, four stories are given, two of which only women tell among themselves.< Less
AHP 38: THE WITCHES OF TIBET By Pema Kyi
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THE WITCHES OF TIBET is a fictionalized account of a Tibetan girl's childhood in Mgo log (Golok) in Qinghai Province. The narrative begins with how a little girl's life was saved by a gift of a... More > mysterious pill from a kind, local woman who locals regarded as a witch. These and other magic moments are from personal experiences that relatives and others related about their own lives, and what the author dreamed and imagined. This text illustrates how a Tibetan woman is influenced by those around her, the natural environment, and her dreams. In addition, four stories are given, two of which only women tell among themselves.< Less

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