Power of Now

2007 Engagement Calendar

Power of Now

In his number-one bestselling book The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle shares a simple message: living in the now is the truest path to happiness and enlightenment. Oprah picked The Power of Now as her holiday gift for the 2002-3 season. The book has been a bestseller since 1997. When it was first released, it spent more than 20 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, including two at number one.

Gods Agenda with 2006 Apocalypse Calendar

Gods Agenda with 2006 Apocalypse Calendar

newly revealed Code numbers from the Bible, with a vision of the start Time,the Eclipse of 1999 and a few years of proving, let us synchonise the date's of intervension, now we can show these dates in advance for 2006, with Gods blessing.

Counterterrorism Calendar 2009

Counterterrorism Calendar 2009

NCTC's Counterterrorism Calendar provides information on known terrorist groups, individual terrorists, and technical information on topics such as biological and chemical threats.

The Roman Calendar from Numa to Constantine

Time, History, and the Fasti

The Roman Calendar from Numa to Constantine

This book provides a definitive account of the history of the Roman calendar, offering new reconstructions of its development that demand serious revisions to previous accounts. Examines the critical stages of the technical, political, and religious history of the Roman calendar Provides a comprehensive historical and social contextualization of ancient calendars and chronicles Highlights the unique characteristics which are still visible in the most dominant modern global calendar

Informal Power in the Greater Middle East

Hidden Geographies

Informal Power in the Greater Middle East

Over the last decade or so, academic and non-academic observers have focussed mainly, if not exclusively on the institutions and places of formal power in the Greater Middle East, depicting politics in the region as a small area limited to local authoritarian rulers. In contrast, this book aims to explore the ‘hidden geographies’ of power, i.e. the political dynamics developing inside, in parallel to, and beyond institutional forums; arguing that these hidden geographies play a crucial role, both in support of and in opposition to official power. By observing less frequented spaces of power, co-option, and negotiation, and particularly by focusing on the interplay between formal and informal power, this interdisciplinary collection provides new insights in the study of the intersection between policy-making and practical political dynamics in the Greater Middle East. Contributing a fresh perspective to a much-discussed topic, Informal Power in the Greater Middle East will be an invaluable resource for students, scholars and those interested in the politics of the region.

Great Pyramid & Mayan Calendar

Reveals Australia is where Paradise Will Begin in 2013

Great Pyramid & Mayan Calendar

Mayan Calendar experts cracked the language code, finding the date predicted when the solar system would cross into the northern hemisphere of the Milky Way Galaxy and the golden age would begin. In the Great Pyramid the same information and the end time when the last day is the same date, but it also predicts the return of Christ and He is on the planet today.The Great Pyramid conspiracy is the direct result of the Catholic Church, which hung a mask of Jesus hung upon the body of Lucifer. There is however a linking of ancient wonders within the Great Pyramid, which predicts that Brian Leonard Golightly Marshall was reborn to the earth January 11th 1944 in Australia. The key that opens the mysteries of the old Testament Hebrew pinpointing the second coming of Jesus is in the Mayan Calendar found also in the 5000 year old pyramid and is why the church destroyed the Mayans proof of Jesus far removed from the greatest enemy of Jesus the Catholic Church. = Paradise starts in Australia 2013

Precarious Life

The Powers of Mourning and Violence

Precarious Life

An appraisal of post-September 11 America presents the U.S. government's decision to attack Afghanistan and Iraq as a response to loss and grief, arguing that the vulnerability being experienced in the western world is posing an opportunity to imagine a global political community without violence. Reprint.