Shadow Tech First Edition Print

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Shadow Tech First Edition Print

Shadow Tech First Edition Print

Cracking the Codes of Personal and Collective Darkness

  • Author: Colin Davis,Melissa Mari
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • ISBN: 9781523210510
  • Category:
  • Page: 234
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"Shadow Tech is an alchemical exploration into the human shadow. Among several models discussed, destructive cultural drives are related to viruses and parasites in biology and information systems. Cyclical destructive behavior is attributed to the "victim-victor cycle". Culture and mind are shown to be organic operating systems which act as mediums for viral transmission of shadow energies. The authors share their own experiences and alchemical philosophy, as well as effective methods for balancing repressed destructive energies." What's next for those who have taken the "Red Pill"? The authors have found alchemical shadow work to be a powerful tool for balancing their internal states and the raising of their consciousness. The biggest battle for the minds of humanity is not waged "out there" - it's waged inside the psychic states of every human being.

Dis/inhibition, First Edition

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Dis/inhibition, First Edition

Dis/inhibition, First Edition

  • Author: Nancy E. Shaffer
  • Publisher: Nancy E Shaffer
  • ISBN: 1105831957
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Valerie Running Deer is a brash, brilliant neuroscience graduate student. Elizabeth Baldwin is her uptight, control-freak advisor. Elizabeth and Valerie’s relationship has always been a battle of wills, but when Elizabeth hands over one of Valerie’s original research ideas to another student, Valerie fires the shot that turns their cold war into a hot one: she makes a pass at Elizabeth’s daughter Lisa, a coy, impetuous teen who has been harboring a crush on her. Valerie’s spiteful impulse is diffused when she starts to fall for Lisa behind Elizabeth’s back, but a confrontation is inevitable. Valerie’s tumultuous journey towards it will entangle her in the circuitous dance of the relationships around her as friends, colleagues, and family struggle to balance need and trust, impulse and restraint. Control freaks. Hot heads. Timid artists. Impulsive kids. Dis/inhibition explores the complications of self-control both outside and inside the scientific laboratory.

Through the Shadows with O. Henry

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Through the Shadows with O. Henry

Through the Shadows with O. Henry

  • Author: Al Jennings
  • Publisher: Texas Tech University Press
  • ISBN: 9780896724808
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 323
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Al Jennings, if we are to believe him, was for several years a close friend of O. Henry (William Sydney Porter), perhaps America’s favorite short-story writer. They met, Jennings claims, as outlaws on the run in Honduras, served time together in the Columbus, Ohio, Penitentiary at the turn of the century, and later met up in New York. Jennings, erstwhile lawyer, bank robber, and Hollywood consultant, was the subject of the 1951 movie Al Jennings of Oklahoma, starring Dan Duryea. Although a suspect narrator at best, Jennings is a masterful storyteller in this 1921 classic. Jennings describes the horrors of prison life so compellingly that the book might have served as a call for prison reform. Yet he also tells how he, O. Henry, and their friends managed to cope. They secured jobs in the prison post office and pharmacy and managed to find a secret room near the kitchen where on Sunday evenings they retired for a fine meal—complete with wine secured from corrupt prison contractors—and good talk. As Jennings recaps their long, philosophical discussions, readers may wish to have joined them in the fancy New York restaurants they were later able to frequent. Anyone reading Through the Shadows with O. Henry will agree that both of the author and his subject were characters worthy of any O. Henry tale.—Mike Cox

The Invitational Champions

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The Invitational Champions

The Invitational Champions

  • Author: John P. Russell
  • Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
  • ISBN: 1483486818
  • Category: Pets
  • Page: N.A
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In 1940, a group of sportsmen of the first rank, members of the Southern Amateur Field Trial Club of Albany, Georgia, undertook to design a field trial format that would provide a more comprehensive and rigorous test of the qualities of high class bird dogs. Dubbed the “dream trial” by William F. Brown at its inaugural offering, the trial, the Quail Championship, was contested in 1941, and 1942 in the quail-rich plantation country in the Albany, Georgia area. Interrupted by World War II, the trial remained as only a bright and shining memory until 1964 when it was resurrected as the Quail Championship Invitational in 1964 at Paducah, Kentucky. Limited to twelve invited contestants, the best of the previous year’s major circuit competition, the trial seeks to identify a bird dog with strength, courage, intelligence, and character at the highest level, the “best of the best.” True to its origin, the trial provides the most comprehensive and equitable test of the major circuit dogs of the field trial sport.

Shadow Sister

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Shadow Sister

Shadow Sister

Dragonkeeper (book 5) (16pt Large Print Edition)

  • Author: Carole Wilkinson
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780369318015
  • Category:
  • Page: 468
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Tao is learning to be a dragonkeeper. With no one to teach him it is not easy. He must keep Kai safe but there is danger at every turn - they are pursued by a gang of murderous nomads, tricked by unseen spirits, attacked by a giant seven - headed snake and disoriented in the realms of the dead. Most terrifying of all is the ghost who can turn blood into ice. Tao knows he must prove he is truly worthy of the name dragonkeeper. But the road west is never straight and nothing for Tao and Kai is what it seems.

Shadow Archives

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Shadow Archives

Shadow Archives

The Lifecycles of African American Literature

  • Author: Jean-Christophe Cloutier
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press
  • ISBN: 0231550243
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Page: N.A
  • View: 1997
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Recasting the history of African American literature, Shadow Archives brings to life a slew of newly discovered texts—including Claude McKay’s Amiable with Big Teeth—to tell the stories of black special collections and their struggle for institutional recognition. Jean-Christophe Cloutier offers revelatory readings of major African American writers, including McKay, Richard Wright, Ann Petry, and Ralph Ellison, and provides a nuanced view of how archival methodology, access, and the power dynamics of acquisitions shape literary history. Shadow Archives argues that the notion of the archive is crucial to our understanding of postwar African American literary history. Cloutier combines his own experiences as a researcher and archivist with a theoretically rich account of the archive to offer a pioneering study of the importance of African American authors’ archival practices and how these shaped their writing. Given the lack of institutions dedicated to the black experience, the novel became an alternative site of historical preservation, a means to ensure both individual legacy and group survival. Such archivism manifests in the work of these authors through evolving lifecycles where documents undergo repurposing, revision, insertion, falsification, transformation, and fictionalization, sometimes across decades. An innovative interdisciplinary consideration of literary papers, Shadow Archives proposes new ways for literary scholars to engage with the archive.

TechGnosis

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TechGnosis

TechGnosis

Myth, Magic, and Mysticism in the Age of Information

  • Author: Erik Davis
  • Publisher: North Atlantic Books
  • ISBN: 1583949313
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 456
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How does our fascination with technology intersect with the religious imagination? In TechGnosis—a cult classic now updated and reissued with a new afterword—Erik Davis argues that while the realms of the digital and the spiritual may seem worlds apart, esoteric and religious impulses have in fact always permeated (and sometimes inspired) technological communication. Davis uncovers startling connections between such seemingly disparate topics as electricity and alchemy; online roleplaying games and religious and occult practices; virtual reality and gnostic mythology; programming languages and Kabbalah. The final chapters address the apocalyptic dreams that haunt technology, providing vital historical context as well as new ways to think about a future defined by the mutant intermingling of mind and machine, nightmare and fantasy.

A Man for All Oceans: Captain Joshua Slocum and the First Solo Voyage Around the World

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A Man for All Oceans: Captain Joshua Slocum and the First Solo Voyage Around the World

A Man for All Oceans: Captain Joshua Slocum and the First Solo Voyage Around the World

  • Author: Stan Grayson
  • Publisher: Tilbury House Publishers and Cadent Publishing
  • ISBN: 0884485501
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 288
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The product of years of research, A Man for All Oceans is the most comprehensive biography of Slocum ever published, and the first written by a small-boat sailor. Author/historian Grayson uncovered previously unknown original source materials to shed new light on one of history’s greatest sailors while answering questions that have been asked ever since the publication of Sailing Alone. In June 1898, three years and two months after departing Boston in his aged oyster sloop Spray, Captain Joshua Slocum made land fall in New England and became the first person ever to sail alone around the world. The voyage capped a lifetime of adventure for the indomitable Slocum, who had advanced from seaman to captain during the challenging final years of commercial sail, surviving hurricanes, mutinies, shipwreck, and the death at sea of his beloved first wife, Virginia. Sailing Alone Around the World, Slocum’s book about his circumnavigation, is a seafaring classic, unmatched for adventure and literary verve, and has never been out of print since its publication in 1900. Yet despite several biographies over the decades, Slocum the man has remained unknowable to his legions of admirers, the facts of his life and career as elusive as a ship on a fogbound sea. Here is the real story of Slocum’s Nova Scotia childhood, his seafaring career, and how he became an American citizen. Grayson gives ample evidence of Slocum’s uncanny genius as a navigator while also noting the occasional role that good luck played in his voyages, including his odyssey from Brazil to the United States in the self-designed and built 35-foot Liberdade. And Grayson brings a sailor’s perspective to Slocum’s solo circumnavigation and mysterious disappearance at sea. A fascinating appendix compares Sailing Alone Around the World with Thoreau’s Walden and shows that Slocum’s simple lifestyle and self-sufficiency prefigured today’s emphases on the environment and living responsibly. Previously unpublished photographs bring Slocum’s world to life, and detailed maps trace the adventures of a sailor who knew the world like the back of his hand. This biography reads like an adventure narrative and will serve as the standard work on Joshua Slocum for years to come.

The Works, with Several Additional Pieces Never Before Printed in Any Edition of His Works. To which Ist Prefixed a New Life of the Author by Mr. Mallet

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The Works, with Several Additional Pieces Never Before Printed in Any Edition of His Works. To which Ist Prefixed a New Life of the Author by Mr. Mallet

The Works, with Several Additional Pieces Never Before Printed in Any Edition of His Works. To which Ist Prefixed a New Life of the Author by Mr. Mallet

  • Author: Francis Bacon of Verulam
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
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Release Print

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Release Print

Release Print

Newsletter of Film Arts Foundation, the Bay Area Organization of Independent Film and Videomakers

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Independent filmmakers
  • Page: N.A
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