#Religion_mags An Introduction to the Book of Abraham by John Gee Priests of the…

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An Introduction to the Book of Abraham by John Gee
Priests of the French Revolution: Saints and Renegades in a New Political Era by Joseph F. Byrnes
Catrien Ross, “Japanese Ghost Stories: Spirits, Hauntings, and Paranormal Phenomena”
The Outer Temple of Witchcraft: Circles, Spells and Rituals by Christopher Penczak
Manzur Gregorio – Le souffle du chi

?An Introduction to the Book of Abraham by John Gee

2017 | ISBN: 1944394060 | English | 160 pages | EPUB | 6 MB

When the Book of Abraham was first published to the world in 1842, it was published as a translation of some ancient records that have fallen into {Joseph Smith s} hands from the catacombs of Egypt, purporting to be the writings of Abraham while he was in Egypt, called The Book of Abraham, Written by his Own Hand, upon Papyrus. The resultant record was thus connected with the papyri once owned by Joseph Smith, though which papyrus of the four or five in his possession was never specified. Those papyri would likely interest only a few specialists except that they are bound up in a religious controversy. This controversy covers a number of interrelated issues, and an even greater number of theories have been put forward about these issues. Given the amount of information available, the various theories, and the variety of fields of study the subject requires, misunderstandings and misinformation often prevail. Introduction to the Book of Abraham makes reliable information accessible to the general reader.

?Priests of the French Revolution: Saints and Renegades in a New Political Era by Joseph F. Byrnes

2014 | ISBN: 0271063777, 0271063785 | English | 344 pages | PDF | 4 MB

The 115,000 priests on French territory in 1789 belonged to an evolving tradition of priesthood. The challenge of making sense of the Christian tradition can be formidable in any era, but this was especially true for those priests required at the very beginning of 1791 to take an oath of loyalty to the new government—and thereby accept the religious reforms promoted in a new Civil Constitution of the Clergy. More than half did so at the beginning, and those who were subsequently consecrated bishops became the new official hierarchy of France. In Priests of the French Revolution, Joseph Byrnes shows how these priests and bishops who embraced the Revolution creatively followed or destructively rejected traditional versions of priestly ministry. Their writings, public testimony, and recorded private confidences furnish the story of a national Catholic church. This is a history of the religious attitudes and psychological experiences underpinning the behavior of representative bishops and priests. Byrnes plays individual ideologies against group action, and religious teachings against political action, to produce a balanced story of saints and renegades within a Catholic tradition.

?Catrien Ross, “Japanese Ghost Stories: Spirits, Hauntings, and Paranormal Phenomena”

2010 | ISBN-10: 4805310928 | 160 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Japanese Ghost Stories, formerly published under the title Supernatural and Mysterious Japan, is a collection of the eerie and terrifying from around Japan. This book opens a window into the hidden aspects of the Japanese world of the paranormal, a place where trees grow human hair, rocks weep and there’s even a graveyard where Jesus is reputed to have been buried.
Covering ancient and modern times, Japanese Ghost Stories offers not only good, old-fashioned scary stories, but some special insights into Japanese culture and psychology.
Japanese ghost stories include:
In Search of the Supernatural
Psychic Stirrings
New Forays into the Mystic
Strange but True
Modern-Day Hauntings
Scenes of Ghosts and Demons
Edo-Era Tales

?The Outer Temple of Witchcraft: Circles, Spells and Rituals by Christopher Penczak

English | March 8th, 2013 | ASIN: B00BQLRQW2, ISBN: 073871674X | 452 Pages | EPUB | 4.07 MB

As you enter the heart of witchcraft, you find at its core the power of sacred space. In Christopher Penczak’s first book, The Inner Temple of Witchcraft, you found the sacred space within yourself. Now The Outer Temple of Witchcraft helps you manifest the sacred in the outer world through ritual and spellwork.
The book’s twelve lessons, with exercises, rituals, and homework, follow the traditional Wiccan one-year-and-a-day training period. It culminates in a self-test and self-initiation ritual to the second degree of witchcraft-the arena of the priestess and priest.

?Manzur Gregorio – Le souffle du chi

Atlantes | ISBN : 2362770206 | 2016-10 | EPUB | 176 pages | 1.15 MB

Journaliste, écrivain originaire d’Argentine, Gregorio Manzur s’est installé à Paris en 1965. Il a effectué de longs séjours en Inde et en Chine, s’éveillant à une expérience qui a changé sa vie : le tai-chi, véritable enseignement de l’antique tradition taoïste pour laquelle le corps et l’esprit sont mus par le chi, cette énergie qui imprègne l’univers. Après avoir raconté son apprentissage auprès de grands maîtres chinois dans son autobiographie Les Mouvements du silence er révélé les fondements philosophiques et les techniques secrètes du tai-chi et du chigong dans L’Art du combat avec son ombre, il répond ici aux questions sur la philosophie taoïste, les apports du bouddhisme et du confucianisme, les aspects théoriques et pratiques soulevés par la pratique du tai-chi et du chigong. Mais aussi sur l’alchimie interne créée par tous ces mouvements ainsi que sur le rôle joué à la fois par la respiration et par ce que la tradition chinoise appelle le chi (devenu ki en japonais), qui recouvre à la fois l’énergie qui circule dans les méridiens de notre corps et l’énergie globale qui sous-tend l’univers.

The Outer Temple of Witchcraft Circles, Spells and Rituals.epub

An Introduction to the Book of Abraham.epub

Priests of the French Revolution Saints and Renegades in a New Political Era.pdf

Manzur Gregorio – Le souffle du chi.epub

Japanese Ghost Stories Spirits, Hauntings, and Paranormal Phenomena.pdf

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