The Lost Sheep of Ancient America

Bringing the Lands and People of the Book of Mormon to Life

Author: Phyllis Carol Olive

Publisher: Cedar Fort

ISBN: 1462125190

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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A land promised. A people led. The Nephites weren’t the only ones to be guided across the sea. And their stories continue well beyond the last pages of the Book of Mormon. From the author of The Lost Lands of the Book of Mormon, this comprehensive work takes you to ancient America to discover the groups and tribes who inhabited the promised land, including - The Jaredites - The Mulekites - The Nephites - And the other tribes of Israel Discover four thousand years of history from the times of Babylon to the Restoration, from the Nephite lands to the Hopewell civilization. Filled with spiritual lessons you can apply to your own life, this book bridges the gap between scriptural texts and history books to bring the people of ancient America to life.

Remember

A Little Boy's Near-Death Experience

Author: Russell Ricks

Publisher: Cedar Fort

ISBN: 1462128181

Category: Religion

Page: 144

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WHEN SCHOOL BULLYING became more than he could bear, one small first-grader asked his Heavenly Father if he could return home to heaven. Instead, he was shown a miraculous vision of life beyond the veil and the promised blessings awaiting him. In Remember, Russell Ricks tells the story of his spiritual vision and how that event shaped his life, providing comfort during later challenges. Russell’s fascinating account will remind you that no matter how bleak life seems, our Savior will always be there for us.
“Russell Ricks has learned that the veil separating this temporal world from heaven and those who reside there is thinner than most people realize.” —Lee Nelson, author of Beyond the Veil “Apart from being a highly spiritual book, Remember is also a very personal account. This book is really unique, and it deserves to be widely read.” —Titus Rivas, coauthor of The Self Does Not Die: Verified Paranormal Phenomena from Near-Death Experiences

Hidden Treasures Of The Egyptian Museum:On Hundred Masterpieces From The Centennial Exhibition

Author: Zahi Hawass

Publisher: American Univ in Cairo Press

ISBN: 9789774247781

Category: History

Page: 82

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The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, the greatest repository of ancient Egyptian artifacts in the world, receives hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. But many of its treasures, long kept in basement storerooms or in magazines at archaeological sites around the country, or recently discovered at ongoing excavations, have never been seen by the general public. To celebrate the centenary of the Museum, many of these unknown pieces of exquisite beauty or great historical importance--and often both--have been brought out of the darkness to form a unique exhibition in a very appropriate setting: a converted section of the great basement storerooms of the Museum. With some 250 artifacts from the earliest beginnings of pharaonic culture to its latest flowerings, the exhibition spans the whole of ancient Egyptian history, and the one hundred masterpieces beautifully photographed for this volume represent the whole range of the exhibition: the Predynastic Period, the Old Kingdom, the First Intermediate Period, the Middle Kingdom, the Second Intermediate Period, the New Kingdom, the Third Intermediate Period, and the Late Period. This handsome book will serve as a prized memento for visitors to the exhibition and as a window onto it for Egyptophiles everywhere.

Secret Maps of the Ancient World

Author: Charlotte Harris Rees

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1434392783

Category: History

Page: 186

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The author explores evidence given in ancient Chinese writings, archaelogical finds in the Americas, and in ancient Chinese maps; demonstrating the likelyhood that America was discovered by the Chinese, not Europeans.

American Media and Mass Culture

Left Perspectives

Author: Donald Lazere

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520044968

Category: History

Page: 618

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On subjects from Superman to rock 'n' roll, from Donald Duck to the TV news, from soap operas and romance novels to the use of double speak in advertising, these lively essays offer students of contemporary media a comprehensive counterstatement to the conservatism that has been ascendant since the seventies in American politics and cultural criticism. Donald Lazere brings together selections from nearly forty of the most prominent Marxist, feminist, and other leftist critics of American mass culture-from a dozen academic disciplines and fields of media activism. The collection will appeal to a wide range of students, scholars, and general readers.

Die Stadt des Affengottes

Eine unbekannte Zivilisation, ein mysteriöser Fluch, eine wahre Geschichte

Author: Douglas Preston

Publisher: DVA

ISBN: 3641203929

Category: History

Page: 368

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Eine wahre Indiana-Jones-Geschichte - eine archäologische Sensation Schon seit dem 16. Jahrhundert gab es Gerüchte über eine Provinz im Regenwald von Honduras, deren Städte reich und prachtvoll seien, ganz besonders die Weiße Stadt, auch Stadt des Affengottes genannt. Immer wieder machten sich Abenteurer und Archäologen auf die Suche nach den Zeugnissen dieser Zivilisation, die offenbar nicht zu den Mayas gehörte. Manchmal stießen sie tatsächlich auf Ruinen, aber eine wirkliche Erforschung war in dem von giftigen Schlangen und tödlichen Krankheitserregern verseuchten und vom Dschungel überwucherten Gelände unmöglich. Erst die moderne Lasertechnik, mit deren Hilfe das Gelände aus der Luft gescannt wird, ermöglichte genauere Hinweise, wo sich größere Ansiedlungen befinden. Um sie vor Ort zu untersuchen muss man sich allerdings auch heute noch auf den beschwerlichen Weg durch den Dschungel machen. Der Schriftsteller und Journalist Douglas Preston schloss sich kürzlich einer archäologischen Expedition an. Sie fand tatsächlich die eindrucksvollen Ruinen einer untergegangenen Stadt, aber sie zahlte am Ende auch einen hohen Preis.

Books in Print

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: American literature

Page: N.A

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Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.

Native American Art

Author: Gerald W. R. Ward,Pamela A. Parmal,Michael Suing,Heather Hole,Jennifer Swope

Publisher: MFA Publications

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 192

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Edited by Gerald W.R. Ward.

The San Rafael Swell

Author: Emery County Archives

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738548371

Category: History

Page: 127

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The San Rafael Swell is an anticline, or a geological uplift, that originally looked like an oval bowl turned upside down. Over time it has been carved into castle-like formations and deep canyons by erosive conditions. This landscape seemed so formidable to early cartographers that it was the last area in the continental United States to be mapped. The San Rafael Swell itself has no permanent human inhabitants, but small towns are scattered along its northern and eastern borders where first American Indians and later cowboys, ranchers, and miners made their homes. The hardy settlers of these towns familiarized themselves with what they called "the Desert" and gradually discovered its treasures and its secrets.

The Sounding Museum: Box of Treasures

Author: Hein Schoer

Publisher: transcript Verlag

ISBN: 3839428564

Category: Art

Page: 416

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The »Sounding Museum« fuses anthropology, acoustic ecology, soundscape composition, and trans-cultural communication inside the context of museum education. Based on the piece »Two Weeks in Alert Bay«, it supplies researchers, practitioners, and audiences with an instrument to gain an acoustic image of the contemporary cultural and everyday life of the Kwakwaka'wakw of Alert Bay, BC. The project mediates intercultural competence thorough the affective agency of sound. With the coeval »Session Musician's Approach«, introduced and analysed in text, audio, and interactive form, it also bridges the gap between art, science, and education. With a foreword by Barry Truax. The box includes a book, 2 DVD and 1 CD.

The Field Guide to Fields

Hidden Treasures of Meadows, Prairies, and Pastures

Author: Bill Laws

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN: 1426205082

Category: Nature

Page: 223

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An authoritative yet informal guide to the role played by fields in the modern landscape--their history, natural history and folklore--includes 300 color illustrations and practical information on sheep-shearing, drying wild herbs, flora and fauna and much more. Original.

Hidden History of Spanish New Mexico

Author: Ray John de Aragón

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1614237018

Category: Photography

Page: 128

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New Mexico's Spanish legacy has informed the cultural traditions of one of the last states to join the union for more than four hundred years, or before the alluring capital of Santa Fe was founded in 1610. The fame the region gained from artist Georgia O'Keefe, writers Lew Wallace and D.H. Lawrence and pistolero Billy the Kid has made New Mexico an international tourist destination. But the Spanish annals also have enriched the Land of Enchantment with the factual stories of a superhero knight, the greatest queen in history, a saintly gent whose coffin periodically rises from the depths of the earth and a mysterious ancient map. Join author Ray John de Aragón as he reveals hidden treasure full of suspense and intrigue.

Ancient American art in detail

Author: Colin McEwan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 144

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This beautifully illustrated book offers a unique view of Ancient American art, featuring a rich array of stunning objects ranging from North America through Mexico to Central and South America. The most striking aspects of craftsmanship, materials and design are highlighted here in exquisite works of jade, turquoise, textiles, feather work, gold, wood, stone, ceramics and painted books, all drawn from the British Museum's outstanding collections. The book opens with an introduction asking 'What is Ancient American art?', in which the author explores fundamental relationships among the diverse artistic traditions of the Americas. He then examines each work in close-up detail, leading to intriguing comparisons between objects across a range of cultures and media. At every turn these masterpieces evoke the skilled hands and practised eye of the most accomplished Ancient American craftsmen over thousands of years. This book makes an ideal introduction or companion to a museum or gallery visit and provides endless creative inspiration for all the visual arts.

The Mormon Delusion. Volume 3. Discarded Doctrines and Nonsense Revelations.

Author: Jim Whitefield

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1409291812

Category: Religion

Page: 434

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This is the third in a series of books exposing the truth behind Mormonism. In this volume, we review doctrines that have been discarded. To early Mormons, Adam was God and blood atonement was a stark reality. These were accepted doctrines which survived for several decades throughout the leadership of several successive prophets. Today, the Church denies they even existed. The origin of the Mormon temple ceremony is established and explained. An analysis of changes over the years shows that the rites now enacted bear no resemblance to the original ceremonies Joseph Smith lifted from late eighteenth century Masonic ritual, claiming they were restored from the time of Solomon. The psychology of a Mormon testimony is explored and explained. Sections of the Doctrine and Covenants are exposed as completely unfulfilled nonsense that Mormons simply cannot see through as long as blind faith precludes rational thinking. Visit www.themormondelusion.com for further information on this and other volumes.

The Mormon Delusion

Discarded Doctrines and Nonsense Revelations

Author: Jim Whitefield

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1409292487

Category:

Page: 432

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This is the third in a series of books exposing the truth behind Mormonism. In this volume, we review doctrines that have been discarded. To early Mormons, Adam was God and blood atonement was a stark reality. These were accepted doctrines which survived for several decades throughout the leadership of several successive prophets. Today, the Church denies they even existed. The origin of the Mormon temple ceremony is established and explained. An analysis of changes over the years shows that the rites now enacted bear no resemblance to the original ceremonies Joseph Smith lifted from late eighteenth century Masonic ritual, claiming they were restored from the time of Solomon. The psychology of a Mormon testimony is explored and explained. Sections of the Doctrine and Covenants are exposed as completely unfulfilled nonsense that Mormons simply cannot see through as long as blind faith precludes rational thinking. Visit www.themormondelusion.com for further information on this and other volumes.

American Zion

Author: Eran Shalev

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300188412

Category: History

Page: 288

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DIV The Bible has always been an integral part of American political culture. Yet in the years before the Civil War, it was the Old Testament, not the New Testament, that pervaded political rhetoric. From Revolutionary times through about 1830, numerous American politicians, commentators, ministers, and laymen depicted their young nation as a new, God-chosen Israel and relied on the Old Testament for political guidance. In this original book, historian Eran Shalev closely examines how this powerful predilection for Old Testament narratives and rhetoric in early America shaped a wide range of debates and cultural discussions—from republican ideology, constitutional interpretation, southern slavery, and more generally the meaning of American nationalism to speculations on the origins of American Indians and to the emergence of Mormonism. Shalev argues that the effort to shape the United States as a biblical nation reflected conflicting attitudes within the culture—proudly boastful on the one hand but uncertain about its abilities and ultimate destiny on the other. With great nuance, American Zion explores for the first time the meaning and lasting effects of the idea of the United States as a new Israel and sheds new light on our understanding of the nation’s origins and culture during the founding and antebellum decades. /div