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Author: Amber Guetebier
Publisher: CCC Publishing
Keywords: oracle, poetry
Number of Pages: 292
Combining poetry with divination, this collection resurrects the ancient Greek art of Rhapsodomancy, or divining one's fortune or destiny through the use of poetry or verse. Harkening back to antiquity, when Polyhymnia—the muse of sacred poetry—and Calliope—the muse of epic poetry—were invoked for guidance, each page of this anthology contains three poetic excerpts, chosen for their oracular wisdom. Readers are asked to contemplate a question and then randomly select an excerpt, which will offer revelations and inspiration for further contemplation. Excerpts are drawn from poets thro
Author: Janet Hatcher Roberts
Keywords: provider, care, health, client, female
Number of Pages: 172
A series of essays and excerpts describing women's health and health services in developing countries.
Author: Yaniv C
Publisher: Laitman Kabbalah Publishers
Keywords: zohar, book, excerpts, selected, light
Number of Pages: 592
The book of Zohar (Radiance), also known as The Zohar, is regarded by many as the most enchanting and mysterious composition ever to be written. No other literary work has provoked quite so much awe and admiration among writers, thinkers, and spiritual seekers. The Zohar contains all the secrets of creation, but until recently the wisdom of Kabbalah was locked under a thousand locks. Thanks to the work of Rav Yehuda Ashlag (1884-1954), the last of the great Kabbalists, The Zohar is revealed today in order to propel humanity to its next degree. Ashlag's Sulam (Ladder) commentary has made The Zo
Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Keywords: longfellow, own, children
Number of Pages: 104
This handsome volume contains eight of the most popular of Longfellow's poems, including "The Wreck of the Hesperus," "The Village Blacksmith," "Paul Revere's Ride," and excerpts from "The Song of Hiawatha."
Author: H. G. Wells
Publisher: Arc Manor LLC
Keywords: moreau, island
Number of Pages: 153
The classic tale by H.G. Wells. Also contains a bonus selection (excerpt) as well as an absolutely free download offer of the complete text of "The Invisible Man" by H.G. Wells. Visit www.PhoenixPick.com for more great science fiction by this and other great authors and for downloads of books and excerpts.
Author: Curtis F. J. Doebbler
Publisher: CD Publishing
Keywords: law, humanitarian, international, introduction
Number of Pages: 235
This book is an introductory text on international humanitarian law (the laws of war) that provides the basics of law, including excerpts from some of the leading treaty texts. Perfect for a short course in the law--one to five weeks. Also great desk book for practitioners or a supplement for students using a more comprehensive text.