Vision of Albion: The Key to the Holy Grail. Jesus, Mary Magdalene and the Christ family in the Holy Land of Britain Were Jesus & Mary Magdalene on the Holy Isle of Iona? Did Jesus Visit Scotland? Was Pontius Pilate a Scot? The Romano-Christian British connection VISION OF ALBION THE KEY TO THE HOLY GRAIL Jesus, Mary Magdalene and the Christ Family in the Holy Land of Britain Barry Dunford (published December 2008) This book is the result of fifteen years research into the hidden history surrounding the historical figure usually referred to as Jesus of Nazareth, and the origins of Christianity. Contents include: The spiritual role of the sacred isles of Britain in world history Were Jesus and Mary Magdalene on Iona? Paperback: 148mm x 210mm, 464 pages, colour and black & white illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. Personalised author signed copies are available, if requested, at no extra cost. NB. Testimonials Payment details for Vision of Albion: We can only accept credit cards via Paypal THE HOLY LAND OF SCOTLAND Jesus in Scotland and the Gospel of the Grail Barry Dunford (published 2002)
Projeto Happyplaces – você já encontrou seu espaço no mundo? Que tal criá-lo? | Projeto Draft Marcel Kampman, idealizador do Happyplaces, um projeto destinado a registrar a criação e os criadores de "espaços de felicidade" entre nós Por Marcel Kampman A versão curta para explicar o Projeto Happyplaces: uma pesquisa pessoal que investiga as motivações, as ideias, os métodos, as opiniões e os insights de “criadores de espaços”, em qualquer dimensão possível. E como eles ajudam as pessoas a encontrar o seu “happyplace” dentro desses “espaços” que criam. A versão longa: muita gente cria “espaços”. Durante meu trabalho na Royal Academy of Art, em Haia, na Holanda, e também no meu trabalho com agências de criação, um tema recorrente entre os criativos é o quanto eles sentem que “não tem espaço para criar aquilo que realmente gostariam de criar”. Fascinante. Workshop do Projeto Happyplaces na Holanda – a redescoberta espacial dos lugares que já não percebemos mais Para uma grande empresa de varejo, minha cliente, o “espaço” é também um assunto importante. O objetivo disso tudo?
Philosophy Karl Popper: Discussion Popper's Problem of Induction. Quotes Karl Popper Discussion of Metaphysics / Philosophy of Karl Popper's Problem of Induction & the Evolution of Absolute Truth Karl Popper Pictures, Quotes 'Objective Knowledge' In my opinion, the greatest scandal of philosophy is that, while all around us the world of nature perishes - and not the world of nature alone - philosophers continue to talk, sometimes cleverly and sometimes not, about the question of whether this world exists. They get involved in scholasticism, in linguistic puzzles such as, for example, whether or not there are differences between 'being' and 'existing'. (Popper, 1975) Introduction to Karl Popper The philosophy of Karl Popper and Thomas Kuhn are very similar - they argue that truth is evolving and can never be absolutely known. I apologise if this is abrupt - but we can now deduce what reality is without opinion, so this is stated absolutely simply because it is true. Geoff Haselhurst Realism of Karl Popper My thesis is that realism is neither demonstrable nor refutable.
La vejez te hará sentir mejor, pero solo si vives en un país rico y hablas inglés | Ciencia La crisis de la mediana edad, cuando se cobra consciencia de que ya no se es joven, que la biología no da marcha atrás y que un poco más adelante está la muerte, es una gran fuente de buenas historias. Tony Soprano, el neurótico jefe de la mafia de Nueva Jersey, o Thelma y Louise, la mítica pareja de amigas forajidas, son dos retratos de ese periodo atribulado. En ciencia, muchos estudios habían confirmado la existencia de esa etapa vital, mostrando que la satisfacción con la propia existencia tiene forma de U, mejor durante la juventud y la vejez y peor en la transición intermedia. Sin embargo, es posible que ese proceso no sea universal. Un estudio que hoy se publica en la revista médica The Lancet, sugiere que lo que puede tener sentido para Tony Soprano, no lo tendrá para José Luis Torrente. Chimpancés y Orangutanes también tienen una crisis de la mediana edad Los latinoamericanos son más positivos
John Keats English Romantic poet John Keats was born on October 31, 1795, in London. The oldest of four children, he lost both his parents at a young age. His father, a livery-stable keeper, died when Keats was eight; his mother died of tuberculosis six years later. Around this time, Keats met Leigh Hunt, an influential editor of the Examiner, who published his sonnets “On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer” and “O Solitude.” Keats spent the summer of 1818 on a walking tour in Northern England and Scotland, returning home to care for his brother, Tom, who suffered from tuberculosis. In July 1820, he published his third and best volume of poetry, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. The fragment “Hyperion” was considered by Keats’s contemporaries to be his greatest achievement, but by that time he had reached an advanced stage of his disease and was too ill to be encouraged. Selected Bibliography Poetry Prose Drama Otho The Great: A Dramatic Fragment (1819)King Stephen: A Dramatic Fragment (1819)
Do the Work - Kindle edition by Steven Pressfield. Health, Fitness & Dieting Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. The Science of Shakespeare: A New Look at the Playwright's Universe | Dan Falk St. Martin’s Press (USA) / Goose Lane (Canada) — April 2014 From the book jacket: William Shakespeare lived at a remarkable time—a period we now recognize as the first phase of the Scientific Revolution. New ideas were transforming Western thought, the medieval was giving way to the modern, and the work of a few key figures hinted at the brave new world to come: The methodical and rational Galileo, the skeptical Montaigne, and—as Falk convincingly argues—Shakespeare, who observed human nature just as intently as the astronomers who studied the night sky. Dan Falk explores the connections between the famous playwright and the beginnings of the Scientific Revolution—and how, together, they changed the world forever. Buy it now from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble or Books a Million. Watch a short video about the book on YouTube. Reviews Excerpts A “lucid history of early Renaissance science” – The National Post Advance Praise "Author! "Dan Falk has written another splendid book.
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The ghost at the atheist feast: was Nietzsche right about religion? The Age of Nothing: How We Sought to Live Since the Death of God Peter WatsonWeidenfeld & Nicolson, 624pp, £30 Culture and the Death of God Terry EagletonYale University Press, 264pp, £18.99 There can be little doubt that Nietzsche is the most important figure in modern atheism, but you would never know it from reading the current crop of unbelievers, who rarely cite his arguments or even mention him. Today’s atheists cultivate a broad ignorance of the history of the ideas they fervently preach, and there are many reasons why they might prefer that the 19th-century German thinker be consigned to the memory hole. With few exceptions, contemporary atheists are earnest and militant liberals. Awkwardly, Nietzsche pointed out that liberal values derive from Jewish and Christian monotheism, and rejected these values for that very reason. Trotsky thought much the same, opining that socialism would create “a higher social-biologic type”. Nor was Nietzsche, at bottom, a tragic thinker.
How to Find Your Purpose and Do What You Love by Maria Popova Why prestige is the enemy of passion, or how to master the balance of setting boundaries and making friends. “Find something more important than you are,” philosopher Dan Dennett once said in discussing the secret of happiness, “and dedicate your life to it.” But how, exactly, do we find that? Surely, it isn’t by luck. I myself am a firm believer in the power of curiosity and choice as the engine of fulfillment, but precisely how you arrive at your true calling is an intricate and highly individual dance of discovery. Every few months, I rediscover and redevour Y-Combinator founder Paul Graham’s fantastic 2006 article, How to Do What You Love. What you should not do, I think, is worry about the opinion of anyone beyond your friends. More of Graham’s wisdom on how to find meaning and make wealth can be found in Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age. His terrific 2009 TED talk offers a taste: 16. Later, MacLeod echoes Graham’s point about prestige above: 28.
Second Treatise of Civil Government by John Locke Digitized by Dave Gowan John Locke's "Second Treatise of Government" was published in 1690. The complete unabridged text has been republished several times in edited commentaries. This text is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN, posted to Wiretap 1 Jul 94. This text was converted to HTML format in Fall 1996 and the italics in the text added. The present Edition of this Book has not only been collated with the first three Editions, which were published during the Author's Life, but also has the Advantage of his last Corrections and Improvements, from a Copy delivered by him to Mr. Reader, thou hast here the beginning and end of a discourse concerning government; what fate has otherwise disposed ofthe papers that should have filled up the middle, and were more than all the rest, it is not worth while to tell thee. Book II Sect. 1. Sect. 2. Sect. 3. Of the State of Nature. Sect. 4. Sect. 5. Sect. 6. Sect. 7. Sect. 8. Sect, 10. Sect. 11. Sect. 12. Sect. 13. Sect. 14. Sect. 15. Of the State of War. Sect. 16.
Blog de Ricardo Eiriz - info The True Story of The Bilderberg Group - Extracts by Daniel Estulin 2007 from Scribd Website Trying not to burst his bubble, but by giving the short-list of particulars about the book biz, and by relating the war stories of trying to break “inconvenient” truths, I gently try to introduce some reality into the long-shot dream. Well, here is a book that has already changed the world and is already a best-seller. Daniel Estulin’s dogged pursuit of what the world’s political and financial leaders have been talking about at their annual secret conclaves - the Bilderberg Group meetings - has lead to astounding revelations, spot-on predictions of world events and a scrambling feverish attempt to blot out the light that Daniel has shone inside the shroud of secrecy: where world events are playthings, Presidents are chosen, wars formatted, energy markets manipulated, and more… all with major press attending, but never reporting. “What are these wise men doing that demands such extreme secrecy?” a pale version of its present, better self. 1.