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Master of the Rose By Michael Taylor
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What would life be without mysteries? So here is a grand mystery that has fascinated the western world for centuries - the enigmatic lives of a Master soul, known in various circles as the Master R,... More > The Master of the Rose, and the Regent of the West. Some will know of the Master as the Comte de Saint-Germain, the "Wonderman of Europe". Some will know of him as Sir Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England. And some will know of him as the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung, pioneer into the collective unconscious. But it is in the realm of the spirit, and coming to real understanding of our true nature that this Master soul was destined to make his greatest contribution. This book outlines the incarnations of the Master of the Rose, and outlines the Master's discoveries of our true spiritual nature, so we may start to realise our own limitless potential. "We shall all probably have to follow him." British Theologian Don Cuppit, speaking of C G Jung.< Less
The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women By John Knox
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In the summer of 1558, Knox published his best known pamphlet, The first blast of the trumpet against the monstruous regiment of women. In calling the "regiment" or rule of women... More > "monstrous", he meant that it was "unnatural". The pamphlet has been called a classic of misogyny. Knox states that his purpose was to demonstrate "how abominable before God is the Empire or Rule of a wicked woman, yea, of a traiteresse and bastard". The women rulers that Knox had in mind were Queen Mary I of England and Marie de Guise-Lorraine, the Dowager Queen of Scotland and regent on behalf of her daughter, Mary, Queen of Scots. Knox's prejudices against women were not unusual in his day; however, even he was aware that the pamphlet was dangerously seditious. He therefore published it anonymously and did not tell Calvin, who denied knowledge of it until a year after its publication, that he had written it. In England, the pamphlet was officially condemned by royal proclamation.< Less
Flourish 31 Day Devotional By Malika Cox
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Flourish 31 Day Devotional is a monthly, daily look at “Supernatural Rest.” Supernatural Rest” is not a break from activity but an inward cessation of self-efforts such as striving,... More > worry and controlling behaviors. Hebrews 4 tells the Christian that there is a Sabbath Rest that we can live in. As we discover this “Supernatural Rest” we will find that we experience peace that transcends understanding, joy that is contagious, and a confident expectation of good. The more we understand this rest, the more we will begin to become who we have been created to be and step into everything that we’ve been designed for. Flourish 31 Day Devotional is written by Malika Cox, the author of the spiritual recipe manual - Glow from the Inside Out. Malika is the founder and editor of the popular Christian Community blog Flourish.tv and has her master of arts in Practical Theology from Regent University.< Less
Theory and Practice, Applied to the Cultivation of the Cucumber in the Winter Season To Which Is Added a Chapter on Melons By Thomas Moore
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Moore (21 May 1821 – 1 January 1887) was a British... More > gardener and botanist. An expert on ferns and fern allies from the British Isles, he served as Curator of the Society of Apothecaries Garden from 1848 to 1887. In 1855 he authored The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland.He was born at Stoke, near Guildford, Surrey, on 21 May 1821. He was brought up as a gardener, and was employed at Fraser's Lee Bridge Nursery, and subsequently, under Robert Marnock, in the laying out of the Regent's Park gardens.In 1848, by the influence of Dr. John Lindley, he was appointed curator of the Apothecaries' Company's Garden at Chelsea, in succession to Robert Fortune, an appointment which gave him leisure for other work. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Moore_(botanist)< Less
Illusions: A Psychological Study By James Sully
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: James Sully (3 March 1842 – 1 November 1923) was an... More > English psychologist.He was born at Bridgwater, Somerset the son of J.W. Sully, a liberal Baptist merchant and ship-owner. He was educated at the Independent College, Taunton, Regent's Park College, University of Göttingen, where he studied under Lotze, and at Humboldt University, Berlin where he studied under DuBois-Reymond and Helmholtz. Originally destined for the Nonconformist ministry and in 1869 he became classical tutor at the Baptist College, Pontypool. In 1871, he adopted a literary and philosophic career. He was Grote Professor of the Philosophy of Mind and Logic at University College London, from 1892 to 1903, when he was succeeded by Carveth Read. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Sully< Less
The Abbot By Walter Scott
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The Abbot (1820) is a historical novel by Sir Walter Scott. A sequel to The Monastery, it is one of Scott's Tales from Benedictine Sources and is set in the time of Mary, Queen of Scots. The story... More > follows the fortunes of certain characters Scott introduced in The Monastery, but it also introduces new characters such as Roland Graeme.It is concerned mainly with Queen Mary's imprisonment at Loch Leven Castle in 1567, her escape, and her defeat. Parallel to this is the romance of Roland Graeme, a dim-witted but spirited youth. He is brought up at the castle of Avenel by Mary Avenel and her husband, Halbert Glendinning. Roland is sent by the Regent Murray to be page to Mary Stuart with directions to guard her. He falls in love with Catherine Seyton, who is one of the ladies-in-waiting to the queen. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Abbot Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Stavast - Knife Fighting in the Netherlands - The forbidden art of Bekkensnijden By Jerome Blanes
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The history and culture of a typical Netherlands phenomenon: A hundreds of years old traditional knife fighting art named Bekkesnijden (Maul Cutting). Single fights or tournaments were organised at... More > the fairs or by the pubs and inns. There was a code of honour and a set of rules. Victory came when blood was drawn by cutting the opponent’s face. Death was a rare outcome, but as arguments and other mishaps were often fought out in a similar fashion, death did occur. Local regents prohibited Bekkesnijden many times but never fully enforced their laws. This came to an end during the 19th century when it was slowly forced to become an illegal underground art. The name Bekkensnijder then slowly became a nickname and a word mistakenly used with any incident with which knifes, palm-blades or sharpened coins were used to cut one’s face. Included in the book are the official rules and regulations for competition of the safe modern sport form of the art, making it possible for everybody to be a part of this tradition.< Less
Children's Ways Being selections from the author's "Studies of childhood," with some additional matter By James Sully
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: James Sully (3 March 1842 – 1 November 1923) was an... More > English psychologist.He was born at Bridgwater, Somerset the son of J.W. Sully, a liberal Baptist merchant and ship-owner. He was educated at the Independent College, Taunton, Regent's Park College, University of Göttingen, where he studied under Lotze, and at Humboldt University, Berlin where he studied under DuBois-Reymond and Helmholtz. Originally destined for the Nonconformist ministry and in 1869 he became classical tutor at the Baptist College, Pontypool. In 1871, he adopted a literary and philosophic career. He was Grote Professor of the Philosophy of Mind and Logic at University College London, from 1892 to 1903, when he was succeeded by Carveth Read. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Sully< Less
Only the Smiths By David James Smith
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The local Smith trade expanded in Fetteresso and Glenbervie, Aberdeenshire, as a farming family, supplying wars and feeding people. Mary I was influenced by living in France. The Pope declared a... More > crusade against England, Spain sent armadas. The Union of crowns saw King James VI of Scotland the I of England neglect Scotland. Montrose changed allegiance to stop Cromwell and failed, prisoners to the Americas. England conspired against the Darien investment and bribed investor negotiators for votes for Union. People, without a vote, protested as a right since the Declaration of Arbroath 1320. Landlord Keith, Scotland’s Marischal, kin to Smith tenants from the same tribe of Chatti in Europe, proclaimed the true King of Scotland. Pope-given honours safe. Smiths with Burnes neighbours, ancestors of Robert Burns the national poet, on their march to Culloden. Prince Charlie, Regent to correct UK Sovereignty, his father the nearest heir. The people fought to replace the Sovereign, freedom, and independence.< Less
A re-evaluation of the place in history of Elizabeth Woodville as an unsuitable bride for King Edward IV. Her family being supposedly “genteel rather than noble descent.” By John George
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A re-evaluation of the place in history of Elizabeth Woodville as an unsuitable bride for King Edward IV. Her family being supposedly “genteel rather than noble descent.” Elizabeth was... More > descended from Charlemagne Emperor of Holy Rome, El Cid, William the Conqueror, Muhammad The Prophet of Islam, Brian Boruma King of Ireland, Alfonso VII Emperor of Spain, Edward 'the Elder' King of England, Charles III the Simple King of France, Casimir I the Restorer King of Poland, Malcolm III King of Scotland, Abul-Kasim Muhammad Abbad King of Seville amongst many other notable ancestors. Her mother was Jacquetta, daughter of Pierre of Luxembourg, Count of Saint Pol, Conversano and Brienne. Her first husband was John Duke of Bedford, son of King Henry IV. John was Regent of England for his nephew, King Henry VI and Governor of Normandy.< Less

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