Dance Of The Gods

Author: Nora Roberts
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9780515141665
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Follows the circle of six as they protect the world--and their hearts--from a vampire who is determined to rule the earth.

Dance Of The Gods

Author: Norma Beishir
Editor: Berkley Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780425108390
Size: 10,64 MB
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Passion takes Meredith and Alexander, for whom fame and fortune are seemingly guarenteed, from Malibu and Beverly Hills to New York and Paris, but an explosive secret threatens to destroy their glittery world with scandal

The Gods Come Dancing

Author: Irit Averbuch
Editor: Cornell Univ East Asia Program
Size: 20,45 MB
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Dancing For The Gods

ISBN: 9789748434070
Size: 10,48 MB
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Dance Of The Rain Gods

Author: Julee Dickerson Thompson
ISBN: 9780865432581
Size: 16,19 MB
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Come play in the rain with the comfort of this book. Listen for these fanciful A'free'can-American "gods" as they dance the celebration of a cleansing summer shower.

The Victory Dance Of God

Author: Mary Frances McMahon
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 9781973605270
Size: 12,10 MB
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We live in a fallen world. Theres no way around it. Countless men, women, and children struggle with Gods scriptural promise of supernatural, and miraculous healing. Most individuals, many who are Christian, express disappointment with seemingly unanswered prayers related to sickness, life threatening disease, tragedy, loss, or life-altering events. They are not alone in their struggles. Neither are you. What is healing all about, anyway? Why do some individuals experience physical healing or cure, while the numerous prayers of others seemingly go unanswered? Is Gods healing real, or some divine joke meant to confuse us? In her book, The Victory Dance of God, His Promise of Healing is Yours, the author imparts seven power-packed kingdom principles about the nature of God, His ability to heal, and the secrets of reaping a spiritually joy-filled life; despite illness, suffering or tragedies that come our way. She articulates evidence of this power through the nuts and bolts of scripture, her personal story of healing from an incurable form of cancer, and a compelling encounter she had with the living God who not only calls each of us by name, but deeply loves us, and wants to heal us! Does God still heal today? Yes! He has ultimate power to restore us through the supernatural, miraculous, extraordinary, and even the ordinary circumstances in our lives. Believe!

Dancing The New World

Author: Paul A. Scolieri
Editor: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292744927
Size: 10,11 MB
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Winner, Oscar G. Brockett Book Prize in Dance Research, 2014 Honorable Mention, Sally Banes Publication Prize, American Society for Theatre Research, 2014 de la Torre Bueno® Special Citation, Society of Dance History Scholars, 2013 From Christopher Columbus to “first anthropologist” Friar Bernardino de Sahagún, fifteenth- and sixteenth-century explorers, conquistadors, clerics, scientists, and travelers wrote about the “Indian” dances they encountered throughout the New World. This was especially true of Spanish missionaries who intensively studied and documented native dances in an attempt to identify and eradicate the “idolatrous” behaviors of the Aztec, the largest indigenous empire in Mesoamerica at the time of its European discovery. Dancing the New World traces the transformation of the Aztec empire into a Spanish colony through written and visual representations of dance in colonial discourse—the vast constellation of chronicles, histories, letters, and travel books by Europeans in and about the New World. Scolieri analyzes how the chroniclers used the Indian dancing body to represent their own experiences of wonder and terror in the New World, as well as to justify, lament, and/or deny their role in its political, spiritual, and physical conquest. He also reveals that Spaniards and Aztecs shared an understanding that dance played an important role in the formation, maintenance, and representation of imperial power, and describes how Spaniards compelled Indians to perform dances that dramatized their own conquest, thereby transforming them into colonial subjects. Scolieri’s pathfinding analysis of the vast colonial “dance archive” conclusively demonstrates that dance played a crucial role in one of the defining moments in modern history—the European colonization of the Americas.

The Witches God

Author: Janet Farrar
Editor: Robert Hale
ISBN: 9780709056508
Size: 15,32 MB
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A companion volume to the The Witches' Goddess, this work of research sets about re-establishing the ancient balance between God and Goddess. It is divided into three parts - 'Faces of the God'; 'Invoking the God'; and 'Gods of the World'.

Acrobats Of The Gods

Author: Joan Dexter Blackmer
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Relating the rigors of dance to the travails of the alchemical opus, the author, herself a former Martha Graham dancer, allows us to experience the process that for many gives birth to an enhanced awareness of the Self. A timely reminder of the interaction between body and soul.

Let S Know Dances Of India

Author: Aakriti Sinha
Editor: Star Publications
ISBN: 9788176500975
Size: 17,29 MB
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Information About Various Dances Of India With Colourful Pictures