Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1948
... CHARLES STANLEY ) Top hand , by Chuck Stanley ( pseud . ) Phoenix Press , New York ; lApr48 ; A21804 . STRONG , JOANNA , pseud . SEE Horowitz , Caroline .. STRONG , MARY HOLBROOK ( WILSON ) Letters of the scattered brotherhood ...
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
Includes Part 1A: Books and Part 1B: Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals
Mary Strong , editor , Letters of the Scattered Brotherhood ( New York : Harper and Brothers , Publishers , 1948 ) , p . 147 . 4. Meister Eckhart , Fragment # 37 , p . 246 . 5. Letters of the Scattered Brotherhood , pp . 180-181 . 6.
Delivering the Message at All Costs Danny Garcia, Jackie C. Garcia. Little Revelations of God Strong, Mary. Letters of the Scattered Brotherhood. 1948. San Francisco, HarperSanFrancisco, 1991.
Author: Danny Garcia
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Have you ever been lost, really lost? Daniel Garcia answers this question in Marines Don’t Cry by telling his stories of death to life, deep sorrow to joy, darkness to life and freedom in Christ. Daniel Garcia and Jacqueline C. Garcia depict Daniel’s dramatic highs and emotionally painful lows. They do not pull punches, nor do they sugar coat his experiences. Marines Don’t Cry recounts his early life in Spanish Harlem, which makes his journey of walking more than 52 million steps on six continents for children and world peace such an incredible story. It conveys Daniel’s conversion from drugs and the fast lane to a man consumed with knowing and serving God at all costs. Marines Don’t Cry describes encounters with world figures, such as Pope John ll, U.S. presidents, kings and queens, heads of states and well-known personalities. Most of all, it is about the love of God, the transformational power of that love, and how Danny has made it his life’s work to love his neighbor, to love himself, and to spread hope. Read on to discover: How do you walk around the world with no money?
The following quote is from a book called Letters of the Scattered Brotherhood. It is a collection of letters written in the 1930's and 1940's for a religious newsletter, which was then put together with quotations from great spiritual ...
Author: Robert Simmons
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
• Shares the author’s transformational discovery of the magic of Moldavite • Looks at Moldavite energy tools, how to combine Moldavite with other gemstones, and how to use Moldavite to transmit healing energy to people and places • Includes powerful Moldavite meditations and hundreds of photos, allowing you to attune to Moldavite’s energy without even being in its direct presence Created from the cataclysmic impact of a huge meteorite, Moldavite is a gemstone that is neither heavenly nor earthly but something new that emerged from their union. Classed scientifically with tektites, these rare green celestial objects showered down over what is now the Czech Republic some 14.8 million years ago. In the mid-1980s, a series of synchronicities brought Moldavite into the hands of Robert Simmons, and he began sharing its powerful effects with the world. In this full-color guide, Simmons tells the story of his discovery of Moldavite’s magic, weaving his knowledge of the stone’s spiritual qualities together with scientific and historical data as well as channeled information. He explains how Neolithic peoples in Europe made Moldavite amulets and tools and how several Moldavite amulets were discovered in the same archaeological dig as the famous Venus of Willendorf, the earliest known Goddess figurine. The author describes his dramatic personal awakening and the surprising circumstances that brought Moldavite to the center of his life and career. He shares tales of crop circles and energy vortexes, his adventures in Moldavite country, and ET connections. Revealing how the science of Moldavite’s origins resonates with ancient mystical legends, the author explores Moldavite’s connections with the alchemical Emerald Tablet and the fabled Stone of the Holy Grail. He looks at Moldavite energy tools, including wands, pendulums, waters, essences, body layouts, and crystal grids. He explains how to use Moldavite in photonic layouts to transmit energy to people, places, and bodies of water in order to heal and revitalize them. He leads the reader through Moldavite meditations for expanding awareness, and his wife, Kathy, offers her insights into Moldavite’s purpose and power and how we can align with it. Throughout the book are hundreds of full-color images of beautiful raw pieces, carvings, jewelry, and gems, allowing you to attune to Moldavite’s energy without even being in its direct presence. Shining a light upon the starborn gem that unites spirit and matter, the author shows how Moldavite is—literally and figuratively—a joining of Heaven and Earth.
A problem as to who follows Mum in the order of greeting seems to have arisen within the wide-scattered brotherhood. Where to insert the married couple? Got your letter before we left Sat. afternoon. One of the girls did the bar for me ...
Author: John Howse
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Suitcase Letters is a collection of letters written by the author, John Howse then 19 years old, to his Mother and family. Howse left Cootamundra, his small town in New South Wales, Australia, boarding a ship bound for Europe. His letters home relayed the tales and adventures from England, Europe, and then from across the pond in North America. Howse first wrote from onboard the S.S. Otranto, en-route across the Ocean to Europe, from various ports along the way, and once docked, offering up keen impressions of the other side of the world. From sleeping in haystacks along the road in Belgium, working in the mines of Northern England, to seeing some of the great stage actors in London and musicians in New York City, the reader is given a rare look through the adventurous eyes of a young man coming of age. When Howse returned back to his home 14 years later, he found his mother had kept all of his letters in a leather travel bag atop her bedroom wardrobe. A few years later, after her death, the bag had migrated to a back bedroom. Subsequent visits found it progressively on the back porch to a shelf in the garage and finally rather unceremoniously under an awning but otherwise exposed to the Australian critters and weather. Luckily, Howse then reclaimed the letters. These many letters are a joy to read, giving the reader a window unto the optimistic possibilities of the 1950's for a young traveler, and the idea that even then, the world was both enormous and familiar as there was always another young traveler easily found. The stories in the letters will bring laughter, wonder, and hopefully, tap into a sense of adventure for the reader to explore the world themselves.