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Lyra Triumphalis

Author : Thomas Lake Harris
ISBN : 1497891094
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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1891 Edition.

The Double Life Of Laurence Oliphant

Author : Bart Casey
ISBN : 9781618687968
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Laurence Oliphant lived one of the most remarkable lives of the Victorian era, dedicated to making a real difference for his fellow man–sometimes in very unconventional ways. At the age of 38, Laurence Oliphant, a successful Victorian writer, diplomat and Member of Parliament gave up his glittering career to join an American cult for a life of hard physical labor and sexual mysticism. Then, in his 50’s, Oliphant along with his beautiful wife Alice le Strange spent their final years working to save refugees by establishing a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Oliphant’s obituary in The Times said of him, "Seldom has there been a more romantic or amply filled career; never, perhaps, a stranger or more apparently contradictory personality."
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Rudolf Steiner In Britain

Author : Crispian Villeneuve
ISBN : 9781906999032
Genre : History
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Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Anthroposophy, spent some five months of his life in Britain, visiting it ten times between the years 1902 and 1924. With the exception of German-speaking countries, the longest time Steiner spent abroad was in Britain, a place he clearly considered as central to his work. In this extraordinarily thorough study of over 1,200 pages and dozens of illustrations, Crispian Villeneuve documents these important visits, reproducing letters, articles, records and other archival material - much of it published for the first time. He also studies the interconnected theme of the life and work of D.N. Dunlop, Rudolf Steiner's closest British colleague. Rudolf Steiner in Britain has special significance for English-speaking peoples around the world, as well as for those seeking to understand how and why Steiner disseminated his spiritual world-view. Villeneuve's two-volume opus, the fruit of a decade of research, is finally available in a paperback edition.
Category: History

Historical Dictionary Of Radical Christianity

Author : William H. Brackney
ISBN : 9780810871793
Genre : Religion
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There are several eras in the history of Christianity radical forms of the tradition are obvious: the early church of the first five centuries, the medieval era, the age of reform, the early modern era, and the contemporary era. Radical Christian activity and experience may reflect either a primary or a derived level of spirituality. New converts may join a sect or movement with radical characteristics; or they may become dissatisfied with their initial Christian experiences and desire a different or deeper Christian spirituality, usually closely parallel to that seen in the New Testament. The Historical Dictionary of Radical Christianity covers the history of this movement and includes an introductory essay and a bibliography. The dictionary section has over 400 cross-referenced entries. The dictionary entries selected reflect the leading groups, movements, and sects from each major era of Christian history. Especially in the contemporary period, the great proliferation of radical thinkers and groups has necessitated a selection process with those selected exhibiting sustained group activity, possessing an identifiable following, and demonstrating a significant cultural impact. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Radical Christianity.
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Author : Charles Casey
Genre : Pyramids
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Category: Pyramids

The Pedigree Register

Author : George Frederick Tudor Sherwood
ISBN : STANFORD:36105015441574
Genre : Genealogy
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The Clique

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ISBN : SRLF:A0007668163
Genre : Rare books
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The Great Republic

Author : Winston Churchill
ISBN : UCAL:B4545567
Genre : United States
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THE GREAT REPUBLIC is Sir Winston Churchill�s personal vision of American history, from the arrival of the first European settlers to the dawn of the Cold War, edited by his grandson, the historian and journalist Winston S. Churchill. A magnificent re-telling of the American story, the volume testifies to Churchill�s huge skills as a historian and his deep warmth of feeling for America - the �Great Republic�, as he called it - and its people. THE GREAT REPUBLIC lays out America�s history, character and destiny with the brilliance that could only come from an author with Churchill�s gifts as a narrative historian and experience as a national leader and strategist.
Category: United States