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Beyond the Tenth
Author: T Lobsang Rampa
Publisher: Inner Light - Global Communications
ISBN: 1606111124
Pages: 134
Year: 2012-04-17
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RAMPA HAS DECLARED . . . "Man is one tenth conscious, the other nine tenths deal with the subconscious and all that which comes under the heading." "THIS BOOK IS ABOUT YOU! NOT JUST ABOUT ONE TENTH OF YOU, BUT ALSO THAT WHICH GOES BEYOND THE TENTH" For many years the famous author and occult master has been asked thousands of questions from both students and admirers from all over the world. They all want to know how they can better their own lives and how they can bring about a global spiritual revolution which would include all of humankind, not just one political group or religious sect. Every half million years (give or take) the earth sees fit to shuck off its stock, as it goes about preparing the surface of the planet for the next bunch, whom it hopes might be more successful in living in harmony with nature and the cosmic plan. If you are traumatized by the insanities of our times T. Lobsang Rampa may provide you with some ways to calm your nerves and confront the devils that seek to stifle our every movement and prevent us from becoming the individual we were meant to be. BEYOND THE TENTH is a rally cry for what is transpiring all around us. Come and join the "party" and free yourself from the shackles of self-imposed human slavery.
The Tenth City
Author: Patrick Carman
Publisher: Turtleback
ISBN: 0606150536
Pages: 186
Year: 2010-11-01
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As she moves toward a thrilling conclusion, Alexa must find a way to overcome the Lonely Sea, rescue Yipes from the clutches of Victor Grindall, and unlock the mystery of the Tenth City.
The Tenth Muse
Author: Judith Jones
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307498255
Pages: 304
Year: 2008-12-24
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From the legendary editor who helped shape modern cookbook publishing-one of the food world's most admired figures-comes this evocative and inspiring memoir. Living in Paris after World War II, Jones broke free of bland American food and reveled in everyday French culinary delights. On returning to the States she published Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. The rest is publishing and gastronomic history. A new world now opened up to Jones as she discovered, with her husband Evan, the delights of American food, publishing some of the premier culinary luminaries of the twentieth century: from Julia Child, James Beard, and M.F.K. Fisher to Claudia Roden, Edna Lewis, and Lidia Bastianich. Here also are fifty of Jones's favorite recipes collected over a lifetime of cooking-each with its own story and special tips. The Tenth Muse is an absolutely charming memoir by a woman who was present at the creation of the American food revolution and played a pivotal role in shaping it. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Their Heads Are Green And Their Hands Are Blue
Author: Paul Bowles
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1786256800
Pages: 167
Year: 2016-01-27
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In the nineteenth century there flourished a peculiar breed of Englishmen—often the second sons of the aristocracy, or ambitious men from a lower class—who as soldiers, consuls and tea planters, were largely responsible for making England a great colonial power. Save for the fact that he is a staunch anticolonialist, Paul Bowles resembles these men in many respects. Like them, he appears to be happiest away from civilization as we know it; like them, he thrives when the traveling is hardest, the food ghastly or infrequent, water scarce, heat intolerable, or mosquitoes abundant. This engaging collection of eight travel essays by the author of such noted fiction as The Sheltering Sky and The Delicate Prey deals largely with places in the world that few Westerners have ever heard of, much less seen—places as yet unencumbered by the trappings, luxuries, and corruptions of modern civilization. Except for one essay on Central America, all of these pieces are concerned with remote spots in the Hindu, Buddhist, or Mohammedan worlds. The author is a sympathetic and discerning interpreter of these alien cultures, and his eyes and ears are especially alert both to what is bizarre and what is wise in the civilizations in which he settles. He is also acutely aware of the transitions occurring on the fringes of many of these regions, and he is disturbed and indignant about the corrosive effect of Western culture on the non-Christian way of life. Above all, however, Paul Bowles is a superb and observant traveler—born wanderer who finds pleasure in the inaccessible and who cheerfully endures the concomitant hardships matter-of-factly and with humor. These essays provide us with Paul Bowles’s characteristic insightfulness and bring us closer to a world we frequently hear about, but often find difficult to understand.
Rinkitink in Oz
Author: L. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum
Publisher: Trajectory Inc
ISBN: 1632094851
Pages: 170
Year: 2014-10-01
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Trajectory presents classics of world literature with 21st century features! Our original-text editions include the following visual enhancements to foster a deeper understanding of the work: Word Clouds at the start of each chapter highlight important words. Word, sentence, paragraph counts, and reading time help readers and teachers determine chapter complexity. Co-occurrence graphs depict character-to-character interactions as well character to place interactions. Sentiment indexes identify positive and negative trends in mood within each chapter. Frequency graphs help display the impact this book has had on popular culture since its original date of publication. Use Trajectory analytics to deepen comprehension, to provide a focus for discussions and writing assignments, and to engage new readers with some of the greatest stories ever told. "Rinkitink in Oz" by Lyman Frank Baum is a classic children's novel! When Pingaree is invaded by violent soldiers and everyone is captured, Prince Inga and King Rinkitink must go on an adventure to save them.
Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS, 2003. Volume 12: Buddhism Beyond the Monastery
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9047429443
Pages: 208
Year: 2009-09-30
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Balancing the academic emphasis on Buddhist monastic studies, this volume focuses on noncelibate religious specialists including Tantric professionals, village lamas, spirit mediums, and Treasure revealers in Central and Eastern Tibet, Bhutan, and India from historical times to the present day.
The Tenth Case
Author: Joseph Teller
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1460396960
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-06-13
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"I love the dry wit of Teller's work. Nelson Demille meets Turow or Grisham!" —Goodreads review of Overkill A Jaywalker Case: Book 1 (originally published in 2008) Skirting the rules is his stock in trade, but this time criminal defense attorney Harrison J. Walker has gone too far and earned himself a suspension. Before his enforced vacation, he gets permission to clear his ten ongoing cases, and the tenth case will test everything he knows about winning. Samara Moss is the poster child for gold-diggers everywhere. She married an elderly billionaire when she was an eighteen-year-old ex-prostitute, and now she’s stabbed him in the heart. Or has she? Jaywalker’s not so sure. But is his determination to exonerate her driven by moral certainty, his driving need to win – or his desire for this particular client’s undying gratitude? Don’t miss a single one of Joseph Teller’s award-winning Jaywalker novels: The Tenth Case Bronx Justice Depraved Indifference Guilty as Sin Overkill
Beyond the Wall
Author: Stephen M. Shore
Publisher: AAPC Publishing
ISBN: 1931282196
Pages: 214
Year: 2003-01-01
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Includes a chapter entitled Getting Ready for College. This book offers information on common sensory reactions in an easy to read chart format. It also contains a chapter on the author's public involvement with autism spectrum related issues, including speaking at conferences and advocating for services for those on the spectrum.
Tarot Beyond the Basics
Author: Anthony Louis
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 073874025X
Pages: 408
Year: 2014-04-08
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Take your tarot reading to a higher level. With an emphasis on tarot’s astrological influences and a number of detailed sample readings, Tarot Beyond the Basics shows the way to becoming an advanced practitioner. Here, Anthony Louis shares how-to instructions for working with reversals, number symbolism, intuition, the four elements, and the philosophical roots of tarot. Explaining astrology for tarot readers clearly and in a way that makes sense, Louis shows how to use the tarot to give powerful readings that change people’s lives. The “real” tarot exists in the mind of each reader and is interlaced with his or her stories and experiences. The abundance of knowledge presented in Tarot Beyond the Basics is sure to make your readings come alive with meaning and significance.
Beyond the Breath
Author: Marshall Glickman
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462916392
Pages: 240
Year: 2002-11-15
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Beyond the Breath is one of the first books to give a complete overview and description of sensation based vipassana meditation, the form of mediation thought of as the original method of meditation as used by the Buddha 2,500 years ago. This form of meditation, brought to the West by S.N. Geoneka, provides a means to experience emotions directly and nonverbally—accessing the mind through the body. One of the main principles of this school of meditation is that meditation alone is not sufficient practice, but that it must be combined with a whole-life and ethical commitment. M.Glickman's approach is unique—he takes a mediation practice deeply rooted within a historic Buddhist framework, and gives it a modern-day, scientific spin—he presents sensation based viapassana meditaiton and Buddhist principles in 20th-century language, secularizing ideas that may sound exotic, off-putting, or out-dated. Glickman's passion for the topic, as well as his great understanding of Buddhist concepts, make this an inspiring read.
Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2016)
Author: Nathan Clarke, Steven Furnell
ISBN: 1841024139
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The Formation of the English Kingdom in the Tenth Century
Author: George Molyneaux
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191027758
Pages: 336
Year: 2015-05-07
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The central argument of The Formation of the English Kingdom in the Tenth Century is that the English kingdom which existed at the time of the Norman Conquest was defined by the geographical parameters of a set of administrative reforms implemented in the mid- to late tenth century, and not by a vision of English unity going back to Alfred the Great (871-899). In the first half of the tenth century, successive members of the Cerdicing dynasty established a loose domination over the other great potentates in Britain. They were celebrated as kings of the whole island, but even in their Wessex heartlands they probably had few means to routinely regulate the conduct of the general populace. Detailed analysis of coins, shires, hundreds, and wapentakes suggests that it was only around the time of Edgar (957/9-975) that the Cerdicing kings developed the relatively standardised administrative apparatus of the so-called 'Anglo-Saxon state'. This substantially increased their ability to impinge upon the lives of ordinary people living between the Channel and the Tees, and served to mark that area off from the rest of the island. The resultant cleft undermined the idea of a pan-British realm, and demarcated the early English kingdom as a distinct and coherent political unit. In this volume, George Molyneaux places the formation of the English kingdom in a European perspective, and challenges the notion that its development was exceptional: the Cerdicings were only one of several ruling dynasties around the fringes of the former Carolingian Empire for which the late ninth, tenth, and eleventh centuries were a time of territorial expansion and consolidation.
The Law of Treaties Beyond the Vienna Convention
Author: Enzo Cannizzaro, Mahnoush H. Arsanjani
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199588910
Pages: 464
Year: 2011-02-17
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This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the law of treaties as it emerges from the interplay between the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties and customary international law. It revisits the basic concepts underlying the provisions of the Vienna Convention, so as to determine the actual state of the law and its foreseeable development. In doing so, it examines some of the most controversial aspects of the law of treaties. The book first explores the influence exerted by the Vienna Convention on pre-existing customary law. Certain rules of the Convention which, at the time of its adoption, appeared to fall within the realm of progressive development, can now be regarded as customary international rules. Conversely, a number of provisions of the Convention, in particular those which have been the subject of subsequent codification work by the International Law Commission, have become obsolete. It then examines the impact exerted by the Vienna Convention on the development of other fields of international law, such as the law of international responsibility and the law of international organizations. The last section of the book is devoted to cross-cutting issues, with particular reference to the notion of jus cogens - a concept first used in the Vienna Convention in connection with the problem of the validity of treaties and which, afterwards, has acquired a legal significance going well beyond the Convention. Written by a team of renowned international lawyers, this book offers new insight into the basic concepts and methodology of the law of treaties and its problems.
Beyond the Battlefield
Author: David W. Blight
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 1558493611
Pages: 301
Year: 2002
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During the past decade and a half, scholars have increasingly addressed the relationship of history and memory. Among American historians, David W. Blight has been a pioneer in the field of memory studies, especially on the problems of slavery, race, and the Civil War. In this collection of essays, Blight examines the meanings embedded in the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War, the nature of changing approaches to African American history, and the significance of race in the ways Americans, North and South, black and white, developed historical memories of the nation's most divisive event. The book as a whole demonstrates several ways to probe the history of memory, to understand how and why groups of Americans have constructed versions of the past in the service of contemporary social needs. Topics range from the writing and thought of Frederick Douglass and W.E.B. Du Bois to a comparison of Abraham Lincoln and Douglass on the level of language and memory. The volume also includes a compelling study of the values of a single Union soldier, an analysis of Ken Burns's PBS series The Civil War, and a retrospective treatment of the distinguished African American historian Nathan I. Huggins. Taken together, these lucidly written pieces offer a thoroughgoing assessment of the stakes of Civil War memory and their consequences for American race relations. Beyond the Battlefield demonstrates not only why we should preserve and study our Civil War battlefields, but also why we should lift our vision above those landscapes and ponder all the unfinished questions of healing and justice, of racial harmony and disharmony, that still bedevil our society and our historical imagination.
The Tenth Gift
Author: Jane Johnson
Publisher: Doubleday Canada
ISBN: 0307371794
Pages: 400
Year: 2009-05-29
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In an expensive London restaurant Julia Lovat receives a gift that will change her life. It appears to be a book of exquisite 17th-century embroidery patterns but on closer examination Julia finds it also contains faint diary entries. In these, Cat Tregenna, an embroideress, tells how she and others were stolen out of a Cornish church in 1625 by Muslim pirates and taken on a brutal voyage to Morocco to be auctioned off as slaves. Captivated by this dramatic discovery, Julia sets off to North Africa to determine the authenticity of the book and to uncover more of Cat’s story. There, in the company of a charismatic Moroccan guide, amid the sultry heat, the spice markets, and exotic ruins, Julia discovers buried secrets. And in Morocco – just as Cat did before her – she loses her heart. Almost 400 years apart, the stories of the two women converge in an extraordinary and haunting manner that will make readers wonder – is history fated to repeat itself? From the Hardcover edition.

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