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Stri Jataka : Female Horoscopy
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Female horoscopy. Humanity is divided into 3 main divisions, viz., masculine, feminine and eunuch. There are any number of sub-divisions among them and the phenomena of potency or vitality among the... More > above three classes are remarkable. There are men with perfect masculine development, but almost without powers of erection or penetration. There are some women who have hardly any sexual excitements and desire for copulation. They evade or reject sexual offers and applications. On the other hand, there are Napumsakas or eunuchs who have strong sexual excitements, and desires, but without suitable organs for such functions. Again there are men and women, who have tremendous sexual energy and who are not satisfied with ordinary sexual embraces and seek gratification even in unnatural ways. This book will discuss astrologically combinations for such happenings.< Less
On Sense and the Sensible
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On Sense and the Sensible, “The senses which operate through external media, viz. smelling, hearing, seeing, are found in all animals which possess the faculty of locomotion. To all that... More > possess them they are a means of preservation; their final cause being that such creatures may, guided by antecedent perception, both pursue their food, and shun things that are bad or destructive. But in animals which have also intelligence they serve for the attainment of a higher perfection.” - Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC), is one of most important philosophers of all time and remain a fountain of inspiration for modern thinkers. His works included logic, physics, politics, metaphysics, rhetoric and zoology, biology, poetic tragedy and ethics that are still relevant today. He also preferred to define things in more concrete and scientific manners and seemed to always have had explanations for everything around him.< Less
How to Speak and Write Correctly
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From the INTRODUCTION: "In the preparation of this little work the writer has kept one end in view, viz.: To make it serviceable for those for whom it is intended, that is, for those who have... More > neither the time nor the opportunity, the learning nor the inclination, to peruse elaborate and abstruse treatises on Rhetoric, Grammar, and Composition. To them such works are as gold enclosed in chests of steel and locked beyond power of opening. This book has no pretension about it whatever,--it is neither a Manual of Rhetoric, expatiating on the dogmas of style, nor a Grammar full of arbitrary rules and exceptions. It is merely an effort to help ordinary, everyday people to express themselves in ordinary, everyday language, in a proper manner. Some broad rules are laid down, the observance of which will enable the reader to keep within the pale of propriety in oral and written language."< Less
Research on Fresh water fungi
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The present paper records the occurrence of ten species of ten species of Mitosporic fungi Viz., 1) Arborispora palma K. Ando, 2) Chaetendophragmia Africana (piron.) B. Sutton & Hodges, 3)... More > Condylospora spumigena Nawawi, 4) Dendrosporium lobatum plakidas & Edegerton ex J.L. Crane, 5) Dicranidion gracilis Matsush., 6) Helicomyces torquatus L.C. Lane & Shearer, 7) Laridospora appendiculata (Anastasiou) Nawawi, 8) Speiropsis hylospora subram. & Lodha, 9) Tridentaria tylota, and 10) Trinacrium robustum conidia of which were encountered in foam samples collected from different streams in Maharashtra state (India). All the fungal species are being recorded for the first time from Maharashtra state except number 2,7 and 8. The data provides information on the range of distribution of these fungi in India. Descriptions of conidia and illustrations are provided.< Less
Beyond the Pale
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This project came about as a result of disillusionment with the ephemeral or redundant nature of much autobiographical writing, which can be alarmingly quick to date, and consequently instead of one... More > timescale for composition there are four different timescales, viz. 1983,'85, '93, and '96, corresponding to the divisions of the book into four headed parts, each of which was written quite independently of the others both in timescale and even, to a limited degree, in style. Thus the result is certainly 'beyond the pale' of both retrospectively inclusive and introspectively exclusive autobiographical writings and remains, to this day, open-ended. The cover shows a self-portrait taken 'beyond the pale' of his mirror and reflecting back at him towards the crammed shelves of ring-bound print-outs in his personal library.< Less
Write Fluently Speak Fluently English : Learn to Speak and Write English the Easy Way
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In the preparation of this little work the writer has kept one end in view, viz.: To make it serviceable for those for whom it is intended, that is, for those who have neither the time nor the... More > opportunity and the inclination, to peruse elaborate and abstruse treatises on Rhetoric, Grammar, and Composition. This book has no pretension about it whatever,—it is neither a Manual of Rhetoric, expatiating on the dogmas of style, nor a Grammar full of arbitrary rules and exceptions. It is merely an effort to help ordinary, everyday people to express themselves in ordinary, everyday language, in a proper manner. Some broad rules are laid down, the observance of which will enable the reader to keep within the pale of propriety in oral and written language. Many idiomatic words and expressions, peculiar to the language, have been given, besides which a number of the common mistakes and pitfalls have been placed before the reader so that he may know and avoid them.< Less
PRACTICAL LESSONS IN YOGA
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This book entitled “Practical Lessons in Yoga” consists of twelve easy and interesting Lessons. The First Lesson deals with Yoga and Its Objects. The Second Lesson treats of Yoga Sadhana... More > or the practice of Yoga and contains a clear and lucid description of the four important paths viz., Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Jnana Yoga. One can easily choose for himself a path according to his particular taste, temperament and capacity by a close study of this Lesson. I firmly hold that no one wishing to become a perfect Yogi can realise his wish, if he does not begin his Yogic practices with Karma Yoga or doing actions for actions’ sake, without the idea of agency and without expectation of the fruits of his actions. I have also made passing references to the various other forms of Yoga such as Hatha Yoga, Mantra Yoga and Kundalini Yoga.< Less
The Ideological Philosophy of Social Transcendentalism
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'The Ideological Philosophy of Social Transcendentalism' is the next eBook after 'Revolutions & Revelations' (1997), and, like its precursor, it takes the form of an aphoristically cyclical text... More > that spirals towards a summit of philosophical truth, more or less metaphysical in nature. Most of John O'Loughlin's characteristic quadruplicities are reviewed here, but they invariably lead to new vistas of logical insight in frameworks that owe something, though by no means everything, to the four basic Elements, viz. fire, water, earth (vegetation), and air. The cover shows one of the author's Social Transcendentalist emblems, which were designed with a view to resurrecting and transmuting the CND emblem with intent to metaphysically establishing the form of a 'supercross', appropriate to the ideological bias of the philosophy in question.< Less
Significance of Stellar Astrology
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By the term “Star” is meant that which is fixed and unchangeable and also motionless. There are myriads and myriads of these stars or jyotisa in the heavens. Out of these, there are only... More > about 300 stars which are useful to the different globes or in other words have influence on them. All these countable stars are grouped into 27 group stars from Aswini to Revati. The three stars which resemble the face of a horse are called Aswini (Aswa-horse) and the three others in the form of a triangle are called Bharani, and similarly other groups, viz, Kritika, Rohini etc. First of all the Aswini group starts and to the east of this is Bharani and to the east of this Kritika and so one. And in this manner all the 27 stars-groups are formed into a circle commencing from the east. This is called the Bha-Chakra or Zodiac. All these stars have occupied Akasa or heavens. also learn about use of Steller or nakashtras for accurate prediction.< Less
The Life of Buddha and Its Lessons
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The thoughtful student, in scanning the religious history of the race, has one fact continually forced upon his notice, viz., that there is an invariable tendency to deify whomsoever shows himself... More > superior to the weakness of our common humanity. Look where we will, we find the saint-like man exalted into a divine personage and worshipped for a god. Though perhaps misunderstood, reviled and even persecuted while living, the apotheosis is almost sure to come after death: and the victim of yesterday's mob, raised to the state of an Intercessor in Heaven, is besought with prayer and tears, and placatory penances, to mediate with God for the pardon of human sin. This is a mean and vile trait of human nature, the proof of ignorance, selfishness, brutal cowardice, and a superstitious materialism. It shows the base instinct to put down and destroy whatever or whoever makes men feel their own imperfections; with the alternative of ignoring and denying these very imperfections...< Less
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