Therefore: I have the right to reach a “theory” that make more sense with the saying: “that time never was where human race was not,” and if that saying are somewhere in the Holy Books. Then: it is telling us that we the people been in ...
Author: Heyward C. Sanders
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Time Never Was Where the Human Race Were Not By: Heyward C. Sanders This book will help you focus more on life and the things that matter. This will help you see what society you are functioning in – fiction or nonfiction. Each community has both, but some are higher than the other. That’s because some have a higher profit rate than other communities because they’re being more brainwashed by the entertainment world. You will read things about history, religion, criminal law, business law, lifestyles, politics, and how all of it works together in trying to take control of our minds. See, our minds are easily exploited based on who is exploiting us. Some might say they have control over their minds, but how could that be when you live in a society that controls your every move? One might say they have an understanding of what is being done around them and they try to move with the flow that would be more beneficial for them. But that is still called control: which is a good thing because if everybody saw the things in front of them, it could be easier to change in a positive way. Heyward C. Sanders believes this book will help you have a better understanding of what we need to stay focus. Thanks, Peace and Blessing.
It did not belong to any of his friends, and it had no business being in his driveway. He knew who had driven ... In a few hundred years, in my time, these mutations have had serious consequences for the human race as you know it today.
Author: Chad Oliver
Publisher: Hachette UK
A Star Above It and Other Stories is volume 1 of a collection of Chad Oliver's SF, containing the following: Blood's a Rover The Land of Lost Content The Ant and the Eye Artifact Any More At Home Like You? Rewrite Man The Edge of Forever The Boy Next Door A Star Above It The Mother of Necessity Night Technical Advisor Between the Thunder and the Sun The One That Got Away Transfusion Guardian Spirit The Gift To Whom It May Concern A Stick for Harry Eddington Old Four-Eyes
mans and gods seemed to live according to a regime of parity , in truth they were not equal in " vitality , " in aiōn , as Hesiod puts it when describing the ... The Greek gods , like the human race , are part of this whole world .
Author: Giulia Sissa
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Discusses the everyday life of the gods of the Iliad, including what their bodies were made of, how they received nourishment, their social life on Olympus and among humans, and their loves, festivities, and disputes.
believes in him , and never ceases to proclaim him . ' In fact , the human race believes in reason , and cannot but believe in it , in that reason which is manifested in consciousness , in a momentary relation with the me , the pure ...
At the time when they were revealed , they were not yet truths of reason ; but they were revealed in order to become so . ... Or is the human race destined never to reach this highest grade of culture and purity ? Never ? Let me not ...
without beginning, yet He caused time to have a beginning; and man, whom He had not previously made He made in time, ... of will, created man, who had never before been, and gave him an existence in time, and increased the human race ...
Author: Philip Schaff
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
"The Council of Nicaea in 325 AD marked the beginning of a new era in Christianity. For the first time, doctrines were organized into a single creed. The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers did most of their writing during and after this important event in Church history. Unlike the previous era of Christian writing, the Nicene and Post-Nicene era is dominated by a few very important and prolific writers. In Volume II of the 14-volume collected writings of the Nicenes and Post-Nicenes (first published between 1886 and 1889), readers will discover one of Augustines masterworks: City of God. In this groundbreaking work, Augustine proposes a philosophy that sees history as having a purpose and direction. Coming at a time when Roman civilization was failing, this work argued that Romans could find comfort in Christianity because all of history was merely a struggle between the City of God (believers) and the City of Man (nonbelievers). Should Romans put their faith in the City of God, even their declining civilization should cause them no grief. Even though it was written at a very particular time in history, City of God appeals to all Christians seeking inspiration to continue their religious practice."
Even Adam, the first parent of the human race, was formed from the earth, which was made out of nothing, and after time, that is to say, after the heaven and earth, and the day and the sun, moon and stars, and he had no first beginning ...
At that time the white people had been overthrown in battle . ... I think , sir , that no part of the human race will ever be entitled to higher honors than that portion of the white race of the Southern States who , under such ...
At no period of our history , therefore , could civilized nations frequent the coasts of large countries for any length ... That this circumstance is by no means the mere effect of chance , or because the species to which these fossil ...
To speak of life as having arisen, and of the human race as having originated, in this absurdly unscientific way, in the face of the ... Science is made to teach that, which, up to the present time, “has never been actually observed.
Author: Helena Blavatsky
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This edition reveals the archaic truths which are the basis of all religions. It also uncovers the fundamental unity from which everything springs and shows the Occult side of Nature that has never been approached by the Science of modern civilization. Isis Unveiled The Secret Doctrine The Key to Theosophy The Voice of the Silence Studies in Occultism From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan Nightmare Tales