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The Spirit Land

Author : Samuel B. Emmons
ISBN : EAN:4057664607904
Genre : Fiction
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"The Spirit Land" by Samuel B. Emmons. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Category: Fiction

Speaking With The Dead In Early America

Author : Erik R. Seeman
ISBN : 9780812296419
Genre : History
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In late medieval Catholicism, mourners employed an array of practices to maintain connection with the deceased—most crucially, the belief in purgatory, a middle place between heaven and hell where souls could be helped by the actions of the living. In the early sixteenth century, the Reformation abolished purgatory, as its leaders did not want attention to the dead diminishing people's devotion to God. But while the Reformation was supposed to end communication between the living and dead, it turns out the result was in fact more complicated than historians have realized. In the three centuries after the Reformation, Protestants imagined continuing relationships with the dead, and the desire for these relations came to form an important—and since neglected—aspect of Protestant belief and practice. In Speaking with the Dead in Early America, historian Erik R. Seeman undertakes a 300-year history of Protestant communication with the dead. Seeman chronicles the story of Protestants' relationships with the deceased from Elizabethan England to puritan New England and then on through the American Enlightenment into the middle of the nineteenth century with the explosion of interest in Spiritualism. He brings together a wide range of sources to uncover the beliefs and practices of both ordinary people, especially women, and religious leaders. This prodigious research reveals how sermons, elegies, and epitaphs portrayed the dead as speaking or being spoken to, how ghost stories and Gothic fiction depicted a permeable boundary between this world and the next, and how parlor songs and funeral hymns encouraged singers to imagine communication with the dead. Speaking with the Dead in Early America thus boldly reinterprets Protestantism as a religion in which the dead played a central role.
Category: History

A Wanderer In The Spirit Lands

Author : Franchezzo
ISBN : 9781625583796
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In 1896 A. Farnese was given a glimpse into the after life when a spirit contacted him and told him to write down this story. I do not claim to be the author of this book, since I have only acted the part of an amanuensis and endeavored to write down as truthfully and as carefully as I could, the words given to me by the Spirit Author himself, who is one of several spirits who have desired me to write down for them their experiences in the spirit world. I have had to write the words as fast as my pen could travel over the paper, and many of the experiences described and opinions advanced are quite contrary to what I myself believed to be in accordance with the conditions of life in the world of spirits. The Spirit Author Franchezzo I have frequently seen materialized, and he has been recognized on these occasions by friends who knew him in earth life. Having given the narrative to the public as I received it from the Spirit Author, I must leave with him all responsibility for the opinions expressed and the scenes described. -A. Farnese
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

I Send A Voice

Author : Evelyn Eaton
ISBN : 0857010824
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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I Send a Voice is the gripping, first person account of what happens inside a Native American Sweat Lodge. Evelyn Eaton writes of her resolve to become worthy of participating in a Sweat Lodge healing ritual. She undergoes tests and ordeals inside and outside of the Lodge following the spiritual path to learn the shamanic secrets, and eventually daring to ask for a healing Pipe of her own. This classic book remains one of the definitive accounts of the training and work of a Pipe-carrier and provides a unique insight into Native American culture and their sacred and esoteric rites. It will be essential reading for everyone with an interest in Native American culture, shamanic rituals or holistic healing.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Fountain

Author : Andrew Jackson Davis
ISBN : HARVARD:HC2ERP
Genre : Spiritualism
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Category: Spiritualism

The Spiritual Telegraph

Author : Samuel Byron Brittan
ISBN : MINN:31951P00998833J
Genre : Spiritualism
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Category: Spiritualism

Glimpses Of The Spirit Land

Author : Samuel H. Lloyd
ISBN : NYPL:33433066621065
Genre : American poetry
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Category: American poetry

Mind Amongst The Spindles

Author : Charles Knight
ISBN : 9781429041317
Genre : Social Science
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From 1840-1845, the factory girls who worked in the textile mills of Lowell, Massachusetts wrote, edited, and published their own literary magazine. This selection of pieces from ""The Lowell Offering"" was originally published in 1844.
Category: Social Science

The Remarkable Life Of John Murray Spear

Author : John Benedict Buescher
ISBN : IND:30000109824221
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"In midlife Spear turned to the new revelation of spiritualism and came under the thrall of what he believed were spirit messages. Spear's spirits dictated that he and a small group of associates embark on plans for a perpetual motion machine, an electric ship propelled by psychic batteries, a vehicle that would levitate in the air, and a sewing machine that would work with no hands. As Buescher documents, Spear's spirit-guided efforts to harness technology to human liberation - sexual and otherwise - were far stranger than anyone outside his closest associates imagined, and were aimed at the eventual manufacturing of human beings and the improvement of the race. Buescher also examines the way in which Spear's story was minimized by his embarrassed fellow radicals. In the last years of his life, retired by the spirits and regarded by fellow Gilded Age progressives as a visitor from another age, if not another planet, Spear helped organize support for anarchist, socialist, peace, and labor causes."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Voice For The Spirit Bears

Author : Carmen Oliver
ISBN : 9781525303067
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The true story of a boy who fought to protect a rare subspecies of bear. As a child, Simon Jackson found navigating the world of the school playground difficult. He felt most at home in the woodlands, learning about and photographing wildlife. At thirteen, Simon became fascinated with spirit bears, a rare subspecies of black bear that were losing their habitat to deforestation. Simon wanted to do something to protect them. He decided he had to become their voice. But first, he would have to find his own. The inspiring message is clear: one child’s voice truly can change the world.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

May Human Beings Hear It

Author : Sergei O. Prokofieff
ISBN : 9781906999612
Genre : Religion
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During the Christmas period of 1923-4, Rudolf Steiner refounded the Anthroposophical Society at its headquarters in Dornach, Switzerland. This important event, which has come to be known as the Christmas Conference, can be studied on many levels, and its many mysteries have been central to Sergei O. Prokofieff's anthroposophical research over the years. His beginning point has been an enduring question: What did Rudolf Steiner mean when he called the Christmas Conference the ‘start of a World-Turning-point of Time’? In this far-reaching work, the author – working from several different viewpoints - guides the reader towards an answer. Prokofieff suggests that the impulse of the Christmas Conference can only be reenlivened today through conscious action by individuals to experience its spiritual essence. Rather than offering dogmatic conclusions, he opens up paths of approaching this goal by throwing light on different aspects of the Conference and what lies at its heart: the Foundation Stone and its Meditation. In particular, Prokofieff explores three key perspectives: the connection of the Christmas Conference with humanity’s evolution; the inner relationship of each individual anthroposophist to the Christmas Conference; and the significance of the Conference to Rudolf Steiner himself. Although this is major work of some length, the individual chapters of May Human Beings Hear It! are complete in themselves, and can therefore be studied independently of each other.
Category: Religion

Twin Roads To The New Millenium

Author : Hans Peter van Manen
ISBN : 9781855844018
Genre : Anthroposophy
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First published in the run-up to the new millennium, van Manen’s seminal study remains a unique and important source for understanding the spiritual and karmic background to the Anthroposophical Movement and Society, as founded around the work of the twentieth-century seer and scientist Rudolf Steiner. In his lectures on karma given in 1924, Steiner spoke of the principal Aristotelian and Platonic traditions – and the movements based on their thinking. Van Manen studies the streams of destiny connected to these groups, and elaborates upon Steiner’s presentations – also tackling the apparent contradictions in the Karmic Relationships lecture series. The author discusses the background to these groupings of destiny, beginning with the cosmic Michael School in the life before birth. He throws light on many different esoteric aspects connected to anthroposophy, including the archetypal representations of thinking arising from the Middle Ages; the Arthurian and Grail movements; the mystery of ‘Old’ and ‘Young’ souls; the individuals identified as ‘Seekers for Christ’ and ‘Servants of Michael’, and the ‘Shepherds’ and ‘Kings’. We are led to the point at which the two principal groups of souls incarnate and meet together on earth for the first time ever – an event which is to take place within the contemporary anthroposophical movement. In an inspiring conclusion, the author presents his thoughts on a great Whitsun happening at the end of the twentieth century, and expounds on the tasks of the new millennium and the future of anthroposophy.
Category: Anthroposophy

Why I Write In Coffee Houses And Diners

Author : Albert Huffstickler
ISBN : 9780595140145
Genre : Poetry
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"I am a poet and artist," Huffstickler says in Holy Secrets: The Art and Poetry of Albert Huffstickler, a film by Matthew D. Listiak. "And an observer of humanity . . . from a safe distance." His poems embody his mystical observations in language that is both literary and commonplace. Why I Write in Coffee Houses and Diners, includes selections his books, chapbooks, and journal publications. Huffstickler's extraordinary treatment of the ordinary illustrates his own quest and the simple lives of those he meets, including strangers in cafes and homeless people on the street.
Category: Poetry

Possessing The Land

Author : Gordon Lang
ISBN : 9781591604686
Genre : Religion
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Hymns For Christian Devotion

Author : John Greenleaf Adams
ISBN : HARVARD:32044077898666
Genre : Hymns, English
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Zack And The Validators Spirit Bridge

Author : Wayne Hunt
ISBN : 9781479722310
Genre : Fiction
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This book, Zack and the Validators: Spirit Bridge, is the fourth in a series about Zack, an intelligent and handsome donkey, and his three donkey friends. They call themselves the Validators. Leaving San Francisco on a passenger ship, they travel to Skagway, Alaska, and then to Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada, to rescue Zacks Uncle Harry. As they travel up the Pacific Coast along the coasts of California, Oregon, Washington states, and the Inside Passage to Alaska, they see many new sights from the decks of their ship. The naturalist expert aboard the ship also provides comments over the ships sound system, periodically, as the ship arrives at certain sightseeing points. In addition, Zack reads books about each state to learn about it landscape, natural resources, industries, and history. He records much of this information in his journal as they reach particular places, cities, or towns. When Zack and his donkey friends arrive at Skagway, Alaska, theyre met at the dock by Miss Darlene Divine, Harrys best friend. Shes a moose whos the entertainment manager of Skagways Pack Horse Inn. She provides rooms for Zack and friends for the night, shows them around Skagway the next day, and helps them board a train to travel to Canada. They see a lot of beautiful sights along the White Pass Trail, one of the two trails used by the Klondike gold rushers to cross the coastal mountains into Canada. They also learn about Dead Horse Gulch where 3,000 horses died during the winter of 1897 because of hazardous trail conditions. The horses were also overloaded with supplies, and many were cruelly treated by their owners. Zack learns about how the gold rushers traveled over the Summit with over 1,150 pounds of supplies during cold, winter conditions. He also learned about how they built boats at Lake Bennett so they could float down the Yukon River to Dawson City. Uncle Harrys eyes were injured in a gold mine explosion near Dawson City and he needs special medical help so his eyes can heal. When Zack and his friends arrive at Dawson City on a paddle-wheeler boat, they soon find Uncle Harry in a Dawson City hospital. They stay in a Catholic churchs rectory with Fr. John Mark and Fr. Christopher Clancy, while Harry recovers enough to travel to Skagway for special medical treatment. While there, Willie and Pedro, two of Zacks donkey friends, travel with Professor Carmacky to Bonanza Creek to pan for gold, while the Professor learns more about the first big Klondike gold discovery. Zack stays in Dawson City with Zelda, another donkey friend, to help Harry regain his strength for travel to Skagway. Finally, Harry is able to travel. They return up the Yukon River through treacherous white water rapids to the town of Whitehorse. From there, they take a train to Skagway. While traveling to Skagway on the historic White Pass & Yukon Railroad train, Harry sees a foggy image of an old railroad bridge near the White Pass Summit of the coastal mountain range. He learned later, from the local Tlingit Indian chief, that he saw an abandoned steel cantilever bridge that crosses Dead Horse Gulch, a historic gulch where the 3,000 horses died during the 1897 Klondike Gold Rush. The chief explained to Harry his tribes great need to have a bridge across the gulch for migrating caribou to cross. He also told Harry about his tribes belief that the spirits of the dead horses need a bridge in order to cross the gulch to the Great Spirit Land (an animal heaven). With these great needs for a bridge, Harry discovers that his good talent is to become a bridge for others. He decides to stay in Alaska to help the chief renovate the bridge to make it usable for caribou to cross the gulch. The chief also believes the spirits of the dead horses will use it to cross the gulch, on their way to the Great Spirit Land. Thats why the name Spirit Bridge was given to the renovated bridge.
Category: Fiction

Spirit Singing

Author : Shawna Carol
ISBN : 0985710705
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A GUIDE TO FINDING THE POWER OF YOUR VOICE Release Stress Naturally Enhance Creativity Experience Ecstatic Self-Expression Composer and sound healer Shawna Carol has taught thousands of students SpiritSong, her unique singing method. In this practical and supportive book, she shares her wisdom and experience - illuminating a sure path to connecting with the joy and the power of singing. Whether you are new to singing, or have long experience, this book opens pathways to new dimensions of the power of song. It includes a step-by-step guide to a personal SpiritSong practice that is healing, creativity enhancing, and a practice for spiritual awakening. Ms. Carol brings her grounded, compassionate, and humorous approach to overcoming the inner critic, releasing trauma, and gifting yourself with the joy of Spirit. As a composer, whose music has been performed around the world, she shows the way to open the creative flow, remove obstacles, and bring forth the songs and the music within you. From her long experience, Ms. Carol gives you the nitty-gritty, real-world information you need to create SpiritSong circles and connect with others in extremely powerful and transformative group practice. She details the safety concerns, shows you how to avoid the potential pitfalls, and provides examples to lead you quickly and surely to success. The book is also a companion and guide, showing how these practices can lead to shamanic experiences of other dimensions for those who are so inclined. It includes helpful advice received by Ms. Carol in such journeys. Distilling a lifetime of experience and wisdom, this book is an invaluable companion to all those who walk the path of song.
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The Messenger Bird

Author : ... Hemans
ISBN : BSB:BSB11133904
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