Le Livre Secret De Jeshua

Author: Daniel Meurois
Publisher: Passe monde
ISBN: 2923647432
Size: 70.24 MB
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Voici le premier tome d'une œuvre depuis longtemps attendue : La restitution de la vie intégrale du Christ Jésus par la consultation détaillée de la Mémoire Akashique... Après plusieurs années de travail, Daniel Meurois, dont on connaît notamment "De Mémoire d'Essénien" et "Le Testament des trois Marie", nous livre ici, sous la forme d'un récit-témoignage, une épopée initiatique fascinante. Au fil des pages, nous partageons le regard de Jeshua - Jésus - sur les trente premières années de sa vie. Nous découvrons sa petite enfance dans le delta du Nil et ce que furent ses études au monastère essénien du Krmel... jusqu'à ce voyage de dix-sept années qui le conduira en Himalaya... pour enfin regagner l'Égypte et y être investi par le Souffle christique au cœur de la Grande Pyramide. À travers une multitude d'informations et d'évènements jamais révélés, nous accompagnons le Maître, pas à pas, sur le chemin de son émouvante germination. Un parcours qui le mènera, avec l'aide des Élohim, à la découverte de l'ampleur cosmique de sa Mission. "Le livre secret de Jeshua" est une œuvre troublante et révolutionnaire qui marquera fortement l'itinéraire de tous ceux qui - en dehors des Églises - ressentent l'urgente nécessité de redécouvrir la nature originelle et universelle de l'Empreinte du Christ sur Terre. Son enseignement stimulera en chacun le besoin d'une métamorphose unificatrice. Un livre qui constitue, sans aucun doute, l'annonce de l'arrivée imminente d'un nouveau Souffle de Lumière...

Giants Of Scottish Rugby

Author: Jeff Connor
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1780572883
Size: 61.63 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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From the heights of the Grand Slams to a near whitewash in the 2000 Six Nations championship, one factor has remained constant in Scottish rugby - its huge resource of characters. Early in the year 2000, Jeff Connor set out on a mission to track down some of Scotland's best-known players, the true giants of the game, and discover whether there is life after international rugby. The result was 40 exclusive interviews and a book that is enlightening, hilarious and moving in equal measure. There are rare and extended interviews with Ken Scotland, Jim Telfer, Ian McLauchlan, Sandy Carmichael and Andy Irvine. There is the Hawick humour of Jim Renwick, the history of Finlay Calder's greatest wind-ups and the emotive story of Gordon Brown's battle with his most vicious opponent of them all, cancer. Bruce Hay's confrontation with the Duke of Edinburgh, Iain Paxton's disgust at the attitude of some English players on a British Lions tour and David Leslie's fearsome pre-match preparations are all vividly described, along with frankly expressed views from active modern-day players like Gregor Townsend. All rugby fans will find something to treasure in Giants of Scottish Rugby.

Kingdom Grace Judgment

Author: Robert Farrar Capon
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802839497
Size: 32.65 MB
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Here in one volume is Robert Farrar Capon's widely praised trilogy on Jesus' parables The Parables of the Kingdom, The Parables of Grace, and The Parables of Judgment. These studies offer a fresh, adventurous look at all of Jesus' parables, treated according to their major themes. With the same authorial flair and daring insight that have earned him a wide readership, Capon admirably bridges the gap between the biblical world and our own, making clear both the original meaning of the parables and their continuing relevance today.

A Game For Hooligans

Author: Huw Richards
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1780573286
Size: 54.77 MB
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Rugby union has undergone immense change in the past two decades - introducing a World Cup, accepting professionalism and creating a global market in players - yet no authoritative English-language general history of the game has been published in that time. Until now. A Game for Hooligans brings the game's colourful story up to date to include the 2007 World Cup. It covers all of the great matches, teams and players but also explores the social, political and economic changes that have affected the course of rugby's development. It is an international history, covering not only Britain and France but also the great rugby powers of the southern hemisphere and other successful rugby nations, including Argentina, Fiji and Japan. Contained within are the answers to many intriguing questions concerning the game, such as why 1895 is the most important date in both rugby-union and rugby-league history and how New Zealand became so good and have remained so good for so long. There is also a wealth of anecdotes, including allegations of devil-worship at a Welsh rugby club and an account of the game's contribution to the Cuban Revolution. This is a must-read for any fan of the oval ball.

The Rosicrucians

Author: Hargrave Jennings
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108073212
Size: 22.76 MB
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Jennings' history joins the nineteenth-century debates that sought to determine the relationships between modern science, religion, and the supernatural.

Secrets Of Pilates

Author: Sally Searle
Publisher: Ivy Press
ISBN: 9781782404651
Size: 50.72 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Whether you’re a professional dancer wanting to improve flexibility or a complete beginner, Secrets of Pilates offers a comprehensive introduction for anyone wanting to develop body strength, reduce stress levels and enhance both psychological and physical well-being. This illustrated guide will teach you to develop a mental awareness of how your body moves, resulting in a graceful posture, toned limbs and a firm abdomen in as little as ten minutes a day through a system of precise, focused exercises. Discover the history of Joseph Pilates’ exercise methods; be introduced to the basic principles of the Pilates program with in-depth analysis and step-by-step guidelines as you embark on the first steps on the path to a new physique and approach to life.


Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton
Size: 73.93 MB
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Creationism And Its Critics In Antiquity

Author: David Sedley
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520934368
Size: 42.61 MB
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The world is configured in ways that seem systematically hospitable to life forms, especially the human race. Is this the outcome of divine planning or simply of the laws of physics? Ancient Greeks and Romans famously disagreed on whether the cosmos was the product of design or accident. In this book, David Sedley examines this question and illuminates new historical perspectives on the pantheon of thinkers who laid the foundations of Western philosophy and science. Versions of what we call the "creationist" option were widely favored by the major thinkers of classical antiquity, including Plato, whose ideas on the subject prepared the ground for Aristotle's celebrated teleology. But Aristotle aligned himself with the anti-creationist lobby, whose most militant members—the atomists—sought to show how a world just like ours would form inevitably by sheer accident, given only the infinity of space and matter. This stimulating study explores seven major thinkers and philosophical movements enmeshed in the debate: Anaxagoras, Empedocles, Socrates, Plato, the atomists, Aristotle, and the Stoics.