Pluto

Author by : Jeff Green
Language : en
Publisher by : Llewellyn Worldwide
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Description : Now you can learn all the details about the influence of the most distant planet of the solar system on your astrological chart and discover more about yourself, when you read Pluto Volume I by Jeff Green. In Pluto Volume I, you will discover virtually every important feature of that planet: ·Pluto's House, Sign, and Polarity Point ·A complete description of the meaning of Pluto in each House and Sign ·Pluto in Aspect to other planets ·Pluto in Transits, Progressions, and Solar Returns ·Pluto and the four natural evolutionary conditions ·Pluto Retrograde ·The four ways Pluto affects evolution in your life Pluto Volume I does more than just look at the planet in your chart. In truth, it represents nothing less than the evolutionary journey of your Soul. If you have ever asked, "Why am I here?" or "What are the lessons I need to learn in this lifetime?" then this book will help you to objectively discover the answers from an astrological point of view. If you are a professional counselor whose clients come to you with these types of questions, Pluto Volume I will serve as an aid in helping you objectively answer the questions for your clients. Beyond presenting key principles and ideas about the nature of the evolutionary journey of the Soul, Pluto Volume I supplies practical, concise, and specific astrological methods and techniques that pinpoint the answers to the above questions. Green spent a decade developing the methods and techniques given in this book, and he has worked with thousands of clients who have asked these very questions. If you study the material in Pluto Volume I carefully and then apply it to your own chart, you will discover an objective vehicle to uncover the essence of your own state of being. The understanding that this promotes can help you cooperate with, instead of resist, the evolutionary and karmic lessons of your life. If you wish to learn more about yourself and your development, while expanding your knowledge of astrology, get Pluto Volume I. This is a Print-on-Demand title. Please allow an additional 2-3 days for delivery.


Reconciliation And Religio Political Non Conformism In Zimbabwe

Author by : Joram Tarusarira
Language : en
Publisher by : Routledge
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
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File Size : 44,8 Mb
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Description : Religio-political organisations in Zimbabwe play an important role in advocating democratisation and reconciliation, against acquiescent, silenced or co-opted mainstream churches. Reconciliation and Religio-political Non-conformism in Zimbabwe analyses activities of religious organisations that deviate from the position of mainline churches and the political elites with regard to religious participation in political matters, against a background of political conflict and violence. Drawing on detailed case studies of the Zimbabwe Christian Alliance (ZCA), Churches in Manicaland (CiM) and Grace to Heal (GtH), this book provocatively argues that in the face of an unsatisfactory religious and political culture, religio-political non-conformists emerge seeking to introduce a new ethos even in the face of negative sanctions from dominant religious and political systems.


Understanding Contemporary Brazil

Author by : Jeff Garmany
Language : en
Publisher by : Routledge
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 53
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File Size : 55,6 Mb
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Description : Brazil has famously been called a country of contradictions. It is a place where narratives of "racial democracy" exist in the face of stark inequalities, and where the natural environment is celebrated as a point of national pride, but at the same time is exploited at alarming rates. To people on the outside looking in, these contradictions seem hard to explain. Understanding Contemporary Brazil tackles these problems head-on, providing the perfect critical introduction to Brazil's ongoing social, political, economic, and cultural complexities. Key topics include: • National identity and political structure. • Economic development, environmental contexts, and social policy. • Urban issues and public security. • Debates over culture, race, gender, and spirituality. • Social inequality, protest, and social movements. • Foreign diplomacy and international engagement. By considering more broadly the historical, political economic, and socio-cultural roots of Brazil’s internal dynamics, this interdisciplinary book equips readers with the contextual understanding and critical insight necessary to explore this fascinating country. Written by renowned authors at one of the world's most important centers for the study of Brazil, Understanding Contemporary Brazil is ideal for university students and researchers, yet also accessible to any reader looking to learn more about one of the world's largest and most significant countries.


Present Shock

Author by : Douglas Rushkoff
Language : en
Publisher by : Penguin
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Total Read : 42
Total Download : 700
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Description : People spent the twentieth century obsessed with the future. We created technologies that would help connect us faster, gather news, map the planet, and compile knowledge. We strove for an instantaneous network where time and space could be compressed. Well, the future's arrived. We live in a continuous now enabled by Twitter, email, and a so-called real-time technological shift. Yet this "now" is an elusive goal that we can never quite reach. And the dissonance between our digital selves and our analog bodies has thrown us into a new state of anxiety: present shock.


Labour Traditions

Author by : Phillip Deery
Language : en
Publisher by : Melbourne Branch, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History
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Total Read : 22
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Description : The 10th National Labour History Conference, held at the University of Melbourne on 4-6 July 2007 centred around the broad theme of Labour Traditions, the conference offered papers, talks and forum discussions on a range of topics involving presentations from leading scholars, reflective activists and those who are still making our collective history, as they speak. John Faulkner, Robert Ray, John Cain and Wally Curran spoke at a forum on how the labour movement has conducted its internal debates over issues large and small. Terry Irving organised a session on Popular Movements for Democracy in Early Australia. Verity Burgmann assembled some very engaging speakers to commemorate the centenary of the founding of the IWW in Australia. Phillip Deery organised an impressive array of people to talk and argue about the Cold War. The blend of scholarly research and direct engagement in the field is reflected in the presentations on workplace health and safety by Yossi Berger, Ray Markey, Greg Patmore and Bill Shorten. In addition to sessions on these special topics, there were numerous informative and engaging presentations on individual subjects, ranging from Bobbie Oliver on apprenticeship systems to Paddy Garrity on trade unions and the arts. Here you will find the papers and abstracts from this conference. Julie Kimber, Peter Love and Phillip Deery (eds), Labour Traditions: Proceedings of the tenth national labour history conference, held at the University of Melbourne, ICT Building, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, 4–6 July 2007, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History –– Melbourne, 2007. ISBN: 978-0-9803883-1-2. pp. iii-224.