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The 27 Celestial Portals

Author : Prash Trivedi
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It is common knowledge that the 12 star-signs map the sky and set the stage for the drama of life. This book expands this awareness manifold by revealing that it is the 27 constellations, and not the 12 signs, which truly map the ecliptic and provide the celestial backdrop for affairs on earth. Instead of taking away from the widely recognized meanings and significations of the 12 signs, they enrich them with a whole new depth of perspective and interpretation.

The Secrets of Cosmic Energy Portals Nakshatras

Author : Vashisht Vaid
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B hat Nak atra

Author : Sanjay Rath
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Starts with the nakshatra systems under the first part.

Asian Studies at Hawaii

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A Vision of Other Worlds Revealing the Glory of the Celestial Spheres Etc

Author : Henry Augustus Squires
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The Middle Kingdom

Author : Samuel Wells Williams
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Cosmic Journeys Death a Rebirth

Author : Ediel Brown Sr. MD
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The material in this book is designed to satisfy the appetites of all ages, nationalities, races, and creeds irrespective of geographic location, socioeconomic standing, political ideology, or religious persuasion. Unquestionably, all humans are deeply intrigued and fascinated by the realities of life and death, of life before life, and life after death. It beams a panoramic light on man’s metamorphic cosmic journey, highlighting the truth that man lived in preaquatic and aquatic worlds before dying to the aquatic world of his mother’s womb to be resurrected (born again) in the postaquatic womb of Mother Earth then continues his journey into extraterrestrial worlds unknown. This is not merely a dispenser of knowledge but an insightful impartation of uncommon wisdom on death and rebirth to readers ascending their metamorphic ladder toward unity-consciousness, acquiring increasingly greater social, intellectual, and spiritual spheres of influence, culminating in spiritual and material prosperity. The author’s envisioned wild success is that all his wisdom-seeking readers will be transformed into wisdom-finding, lifelong learners who ascend the consciousness hierarchy to enter their promised royal destiny as enlightened princes and princesses of the universe, seamlessly flowing in divine omnipotent and omniscient energy fields as heirs of God and joint heir with Christ.

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Author : Albert FOYSTER
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The West Portals of Bourges Cathedral and Their Sculpture

Author : Tania Bayard
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To Live as Long as Heaven and Earth

Author : Robert F. Campany
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In late classical and early medieval China, ascetics strove to become transcendents--deathless beings with supernormal powers. Practitioners developed dietetic, alchemical, meditative, gymnastic, sexual, and medicinal disciplines (some of which are still practiced today) to perfect themselves and thus transcend death. Narratives of their achievements circulated widely. Ge Hong (283-343 c.e.) collected and preserved many of their stories in his Traditions of Divine Transcendents, affording us a window onto this extraordinary response to human mortality. Robert Ford Campany's groundbreaking and carefully researched text offers the first complete, critical translation and commentary for this important Chinese religious work, at the same time establishing a method for reconstructing lost texts from medieval China. Clear, exacting, and annotated, the translation comprises over a hundred lively, engaging narratives of individuals deemed to have fought death and won. Additionally, To Live as Long as Heaven and Earth systematically introduces the Chinese quest for transcendence, illuminating a poorly understood tradition that was an important source of Daoist religion and a major social, cultural, and religious phenomenon in its own right.

Ancient Objects and Sacred Realms

Author : F. Kent Reilly, III
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Between AD 900-1600, the native peoples of the Mississippi River Valley and other areas of the Eastern Woodlands of the United States conceived and executed one of the greatest artistic traditions of the Precolumbian Americas. Created in the media of copper, shell, stone, clay, and wood, and incised or carved with a complex set of symbols and motifs, this seven-hundred-year-old artistic tradition functioned within a multiethnic landscape centered on communities dominated by earthen mounds and plazas. Previous researchers have referred to this material as the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex (SECC). This groundbreaking volume brings together ten essays by leading anthropologists, archaeologists, and art historians, who analyze the iconography of Mississippian art in order to reconstruct the ritual activities, cosmological vision, and ideology of these ancient precursors to several groups of contemporary Native Americans. Significantly, the authors correlate archaeological, ethnographic, and art historical data that illustrate the stylistic differences within Mississippian art as well as the numerous changes that occur through time. The research also demonstrates the inadequacy of the SECC label, since Mississippian art is not limited to the Southeast and reflects stylistic changes over time among several linked but distinct religious traditions. The term Mississippian Iconographic Interaction Sphere (MIIS) more adequately describes the corpus of this Mississippian art. Most important, the authors illustrate the overarching nature of the ancient Native American religious system, as a creation unique to the native American cultures of the eastern United States.

The Sacred Portal

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The Middle Kingdom a Survey of the Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants With a New Map of the Empire and Illustrations Principally Engraved by J W Orr Third Edition Etc

Author : Samuel Wells Williams
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Mathematics celestial and terrestrial

Author : Joseph Warren Dauben
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The Portal of the Mystery of Hope

Author : Charles Péguy
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The first critical edition of Peguy's poetry to appear in English, this volume offers a comprehensive theology ordered around the often-neglected second theological virtue, which is incarnated in his celebrated image of the "little girl Hope". This is a title in the Ressourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought series.

The Hart and the Water brooks

Author : John Ross Macduff
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The Latter Day Saints Millennial Star

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The West Portals of Chartres Cathedral

Author : Jan van der Meulen
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A neutral reconsideration of the physical structure of the west portals of Chartres and of the theological basis of its iconography in Holy Writ and effective patristic dogma.

Kinematics and Physics of Celestial Bodies

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Cyclopaedia of Biblical Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature

Author : John McClintock
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