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Triangle of Lies, Deceit, and Devastation

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Download PDF Seeds of Deception Book by Jeffrey M. Smith Full eBook and published by Yes! Books. This book was released on 2003 with total page 308 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology makes a political as well as scientific case against GM foods, and discusses US and European attitudes and actions that consumers can take.

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Download PDF The Rise of Danni B Book by Desi Bee Full eBook and published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. This book was released on 2016-09-10 with total page 188 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Danae aka Danni B grew up as a privileged kid in Houston, Texas. She was destined for greatness with a full ride scholarship to Clark Atlanta University, when she lands in the arms of an older bad boy who will change her life forever. A sorted love triangle ends up causing her to lose her unborn child and the love of her life and in a state of devastation; Danni trades in her schoolbooks for stilettos and 30 inch weave as she becomes Danni B, the hottest stripper in the H. Gabriel Cruz is the biggest drug supplier in Houston, with connections in Atlanta and Vegas, he lives an extravagant lifestyle from private jets, to luxury cars and designer clothes, but he lacks a woman to share it with. He also happens to own the club where Danni works and when he eyes her, he instantly knows that she is the one for him and tries to give her the world. But the drama that unfolds when the skeletons from his family secrets are unveiled may be too much for Danni and Cruz's relationship to endure. Will Danni and Cruz be able to live happily ever after or will Danni fold under pressure and betray the only person she has in her corner? Will Cruz be able to take down his rivals or will he and Danni have to pay for the betrayal of his loved ones? Love, Lies, Loyalty and Deceit, all entangle together as Danni and Cruz try their best to push through in this H-Town whirlwind romance.

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Download PDF Secrets and Lies Book by Dilip Hiro Full eBook and published by Bold Type Books. This book was released on 2003-12-25 with total page 496 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Anglo-American invasion of Iraq, masterminded by U.S. President George W. Bush and UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, is the single most important event since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Just as that break-up ushered in a new era in international relations following the end of a bipolar world system, this war has given a new twist to the present global order. Secrets and Lies tells in detail how Operation Iraqi Freedom came about, what it means and where it is likely to lead the Middle East and the world at large. It reveals the scope of the "dirty tricks" used by the Anglo-American alliance to sell the war through the phony intelligence reports and the exaggeration of Saddam's possession of weapons of mass destruction. It examines the media campaign to win hearts and minds—including the stage management and spin surrounding the rescue of Private Jessica Lynch. Picking up from the author's recently celebrated essay in the New York Times, "Why the Mullahs Love a Revolution," this leading authority on the Middle East provides us with his skeptical view of "Operation Iraqi Freedom" and his examination of the future in Middle East.

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Download PDF 48 Hours of Kristallnacht Book by Mitchell Geoffrey Bard Full eBook and published by . This book was released on 2008 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The first book to thoroughly chronicle this pivotal event by presenting a wide array of eyewitness testimony, much of it previously unpublished, and to set the event firmly in historical context.

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Download PDF Paladin of Souls Book by Lois McMaster Bujold Full eBook and published by Harper Voyager. This book was released on 2003-09-23 with total page 464 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: One of the most honored authors in the field of fantasy and science fiction, Lois McMaster Bujold transports us once more to a dark and troubled land and embroils us in a desperate struggle to preserve the endangered souls of a realm. Three years have passed since the widowed Dowager Royina Ista found release from the curse of madness that kept her imprisoned in her family's castle of Valenda. Her newfound freedom is costly, bittersweet with memories, regrets, and guilty secrets -- for she knows the truth of what brought her land to the brink of destruction. And now the road -- escape -- beckons. . . . A simple pilgrimage, perhaps. Quite fitting for the Dowager Royina of all Chalion. Yet something else is free, too -- something beyond deadly. To the north lies the vital border fortress of Porifors. Memories linger there as well, of wars and invasions and the mighty Golden General of Jokona. And someone, something, watches from across that border -- humans, demons, gods. Ista thinks her little party of pilgrims wanders at will. But whose? When Ista's retinue is unexpectedly set upon not long into its travels, a mysterious ally appears -- a warrior nobleman who fights like a berserker. The temporary safety of her enigmatic champion's castle cannot ease Ista's mounting dread, however, when she finds his dark secrets are entangled with hers in a net of the gods' own weaving. In her dreams the threads are already drawing her to unforeseen chances, fateful meetings, fearsome choices. What the inscrutable gods commanded of her in the past brought her land to the brink of devastation. Now, once again, they have chosen Ista as their instrument. And again, for good or for ill, she must comply.

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Download PDF Benin Book by Armand Duchâteau Full eBook and published by Museum of Fine Arts Houston. This book was released on 1994 with total page 144 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "The ancient kingdom of Benin lies in the tropical rain forest of West Africa, in present-day Nigeria. During its classical age, from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century, it produced one of the continent's most glorious artistic legacies. To reflect the splendor of the royal court, the Oba (king) commissioned highly skilled artisans to create rare and beautiful works of cast brass and carved ivory. These included human and animal figures, relief plaques, elephant tusks, pendants, bracelets, life-size commemorative heads of Obas and queen mothers, and ceremonial objects to adorn the royal palace and the altars honoring Obas of the past. The exquisite brass heads were intended to function as objects celebrating ancestors, as war trophies, and as focal points for sacrificial ceremonies." "This volume presents a superb selection of artifacts from the Museum fur Volkerkunde in Vienna, home to one of the world's foremost collections of Benin art. Most of these artifacts were acquired at the end of the last century, when the influx of Benin objects into Europe after the destruction of Benin City caused a sensation among art experts and caught the interest of museum representatives and private collectors. Of the more than one hundred works reproduced here in full color, the majority have never been seen as a group in the U.S. Most celebrated are the cast brass sculptures - including the two figures of dwarfs - which have no parallel in sub-Saharan Africa." "A history of the kingdom of Benin up to the British punitive expedition of 1897 provides insight into the politics and culture of one of Africa's greatest civilizations. Further chapters discuss the court hierarchy, the art of brasscasting, the art of Benin and its symbolism, and the history of the Benin Collection in Vienna. To interpret the rich symbolism in Benin art, the book furnishes detailed analyses of the works that are reproduced. In his description of myths and ritual observances, the author presents a fascinating cosmology, in which animals were assigned magical and medicinal powers, and the Oba was seen as an intermediary between the earth and the world of spirits."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Download PDF Under Satan's Sun Book by Georges Bernanos Full eBook and published by U of Nebraska Press. This book was released on 2001 with total page 280 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This new translation marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of Georges Bernanos's first novel, Under Satan's Sun, a powerful account of intense spiritual struggle that reflects the author's deeply-felt religion. The work develops a theme that persistently inspired Bernanos: the existence of evil as a spiritual force and its dramatic role in human destiny.This haunting novel follows the fortunes of a young, gauche, and fervent Catholic priest who is a misfit in the world and in his church, creating scandal and disharmony wherever he turns. His insight into the inner lives of others and his perception of the workings of Satan in the everyday are gifts that fatefully come into play in the priest's chance encounter with a young murderess, whose life and emotions he can see with a dreadful clarity, and whose destiny inexorably becomes entangled with his own.Georges Bernanos (1888-1948) was one of the twentieth century's most forceful and idiosyncratic writers and perhaps the most original Roman Catholic writer of his time. He wrote most of his major fiction in a period of barely twelve years, between 1926 and 1937, including his best-known work, The Diary of a Country Priest.J. C. Whitehouse is Reader in Comparative Literature at the University of Bradford. He is the author of Vertical Man: The Human Being in the Catholic Novels of Graham Greene, Sigrid Undset, and Georges Bernanos and the translator of many books, including Bernanos's The Impostor (Nebraska 1999).

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Download PDF Death's Jest-book Book by Thomas Lovell Beddoes Full eBook and published by . This book was released on 2003 with total page 167 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Drama. Gay and Lesbian Studies. Edited and with an introduction by Alan Halsey. This renaissance-revival comedy was first published in 1849, a year after Thomas Lovell Beddoes' death. "Beddoes called his play 'A Dithyrambic in the florid Gothic style.' Modeled on the revenge tragedies of the Jacobeans, it is sustained by a poetry of glittering surface with an ever-present undertow of death and destruction, tempered by humor deriving out of a remorseless sense of absurdity and alienation. Beddoes was certainly 'possessed by death' but death is a theme played in several keys, allowing startling reversals of common values and perspectives" -- Alan Halsey, Introduction.

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The Insanity of Normality

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ISBN : 9780802111692
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Download PDF The Insanity of Normality Book by Arno Gruen Full eBook and published by Grove Press. This book was released on 1992 with total page 226 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "According to Sigmund Freud, man is born with an innate tendency to destruction and violence; in The Insanity of Normality, the psychoanalyst Arno Gruen challenges that assumption, arguing instead that at the root of evil lies self-hatred, a rage originating in a self-betrayal that begins in childhood, when autonomy is surrendered in exchange for the "love" of those who wield power over us." "To share in that subjugating power, we create a false self, an image of ourselves that springs from a powerful and deep-seated sense of fear. Gruen traces this pattern of adaptation and smoldering rebellion through a number of case studies, sociological phenomena--from Nazism to Reaganomics--and literary worlds. The insanity this attitude produces, unfortunately, goes widely unrecognized precisely because it has become the "realism" that modern society inculcates into its members." "Gruen warns, however, that escape from this pattern lies not simply in rebellion, for the rebel remains emotionally tied to the object of his rebellion, but in the development of a personal autonomy. His elegant and far-reaching conclusion is that while autonomy is not easily attained, its absence proves catastrophic to both individual and society."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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ISBN : 9781873176405
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Download PDF Shibboleth Book by Penny Rimbaud Full eBook and published by A K PressDistribution. This book was released on 1998 with total page 344 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The autobiography of Jeremy John Ratter, aka Penny Rimbaud, the co-founder of the now legendary Stonehenge Festival and founder, lyricist and drummer of Crass, a band unique in the history of rock 'n' roll. Despite remaining on their own independent record label and refusing any interviews with the mainstream press, the band still managed to sell literally millions of records.

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Green Psychology

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ISBN : 9780892817986
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Download PDF Green Psychology Book by Ralph Metzner Full eBook and published by Park Street Press. This book was released on 1999-06-01 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A visionary ecopsychologist examines the rift between human beings and nature and shows what can be done to bring harmony to both the ecosystem and our own minds. • Shows that the solution to our ecological dilemma lies in our own consciousnesses. It is becoming more and more apparent that the causes and cures for the current ecological crisis are to be found in the hearts and minds of human beings. For millennia we existed within a religious and psychological framework that honored the Earth as a partner and worked to maintain a balance with nature. But somehow a root pathology took hold in Western civilization--the idea of domination over nature--and this led to an alienation of the human spirit that has allowed an unprecedented destruction of the very systems which support that spirit. In Green Psychology Ralph Metzner explores the history of this global pathology and examines the ways that we can restore a healing relationship with nature. His search for role models takes him from shamanic ceremonies with the Lacandon Maya of Mexico to vision quests in the California desert, from the astonishing nature mysticism of Hildegard von Bingen to the Black Goddesses and Green Gods of our pagan ancestors. He examines the historical roots of the split between humans and nature, showing how first sky-god worshiping cultures, then monotheisms, and finally mechanistic science continued to isolate the human psyche from the life-giving Earth. His final chapters present a solution, showing that disciplines such as deep ecology and ecofeminism are creating a worldview in which the mind of humanity and the health of the Earth are harmoniously intertwined.