From the Heathens He Came

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From the Heathens He Came

Who created us, was it God, or a multitude of God's. What if our God(s) were simply misinterpretations of our real fathers. What if the truth was more terrifying beyond known...

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From the Heathens He Came - Keris White
pdf | 337 KB | English | Isbn: 1481784803 | Author: Keris White | Release Date: 2013-02-25
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Who created us, was it God, or a multitude of God's. What if our God(s) were simply misinterpretations of our real fathers. What if the truth was more terrifying beyond known comprehension. Are we told everything we need to hear or are we led to believe everything we are told. One man's seemingly impossible mission into an ever looming dementia. Join Doctor of Paranormal Psychology Larry Marx as he uncovers a hidden truth of a possible ancient cult conspiracy. Discover the shady, interesting and sometimes downright insane characters who will stop at nothing to silence those who threaten their tightly-held secrets. Uncover the huge corruption in the US government displayed in the highest realms of power, and those very same people who run the institution; have they had it too good for too long, is their time up? This man is prepared to do anything in his power to unleash it, even if his obsession means losing his mind, life or those around him. Life is a game of chance and the risks are his alone.
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From the Heathens He Came

  • Author : Keris White
  • Publisher : Author House
  • Release Date : 2013-02-25
  • Total Pages : 534
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (885)

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Who created us, was it God, or a multitude of God's. What if our God(s) were simply misinterpretations of our real fathers. What if the truth was more terrifying beyond known comprehension. Are we told everything we need to hear or are we led to believe everything we are told. One man's seemingly impossible mission into an ever looming dementia. Join Doctor of Paranormal Psychology Larry Marx as he uncovers a hidden truth of a possible ancient cult conspiracy. Discover the shady, interesting and sometimes downright insane characters who will stop at nothing to silence those who threaten their tightly-held secrets. Uncover the huge corruption in the US government displayed in the highest realms of power, and those very same people who run the institution; have they had it too good for too long, is their time up? This man is prepared to do anything in his power to unleash it, even if his obsession means losing his mind, life or those around him. Life is a game of chance and the risks are his alone.

Archives of the Heathens Vol. I

  • Author : Dr. B. S. Jones
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2016-04-06
  • Total Pages : 180
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (614)

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We existed, only not to you, until now. Journey to the first quarter of the previous century when majestic steamships sheared the Atlantic waves before the Great War. Famous men Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, George Arliss, and Leo Carrillo were members of a secret society on the RMS Mauretania. Actresses Constance Collier, Lena Ashwell, Pauline Chase, Alice Lloyd, Irene Fenwick, and Princess Paola of Saxe-Weimar were initiated. Ethelwyn Leveaux, author Somerset Maugham's lover and Sir Gerald Kelly's muse, signed the sacred tome. Leonard Peskett, architect of the Mauretania & Alexander Carlisle, architect of the Titanic, joined the illustrious ranks. Our affirmation dwells in the true accounts of the 169 persons who were honor bound to this tribe of Atlantic travelers. Become privy to the never before published secret rituals of the Select and Ancient Order of the Heathens. The HIGH PRIESTESS anticipated your arrival.

The Heathen School

  • Author : John Demos
  • Publisher : Vintage
  • Release Date : 2014-03-18
  • Total Pages : 352
  • Genre : History
  • Review : (2)

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Longlisted for the 2014 National Book Award The astonishing story of a unique missionary project—and the America it embodied—from award-winning historian John Demos. Near the start of the nineteenth century, as the newly established United States looked outward toward the wider world, a group of eminent Protestant ministers formed a grand scheme for gathering the rest of mankind into the redemptive fold of Christianity and “civilization.” Its core element was a special school for “heathen youth” drawn from all parts of the earth, including the Pacific Islands, China, India, and, increasingly, the native nations of North America. If all went well, graduates would return to join similar projects in their respective homelands. For some years, the school prospered, indeed became quite famous. However, when two Cherokee students courted and married local women, public resolve—and fundamental ideals—were put to a severe test. The Heathen School follows the progress, and the demise, of this first true melting pot through the lives of individual students: among them, Henry Obookiah, a young Hawaiian who ran away from home and worked as a seaman in the China Trade before ending up in New England; John Ridge, son of a powerful Cherokee chief and subsequently a leader in the process of Indian “removal”; and Elias Boudinot, editor of the first newspaper published by and for Native Americans. From its birth as a beacon of hope for universal “salvation,” the heathen school descends into bitter controversy, as American racial attitudes harden and intensify. Instead of encouraging reconciliation, the school exposes the limits of tolerance and sets off a chain of events that will culminate tragically in the Trail of Tears. In The Heathen School, John Demos marshals his deep empathy and feel for the textures of history to tell a moving story of families and communities—and to probe the very roots of American identity.

Little Heathens

  • Author : Mildred Armstrong Kalish
  • Publisher : Bantam
  • Release Date : 2007-05-29
  • Total Pages : 304
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (27)

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I tell of a time, a place, and a way of life long gone. For many years I have had the urge to describe that treasure trove, lest it vanish forever. So, partly in response to the basic human instinct to share feelings and experiences, and partly for the sheer joy and excitement of it all, I report on my early life. It was quite a romp. So begins Mildred Kalish’s story of growing up on her grandparents’ Iowa farm during the depths of the Great Depression. With her father banished from the household for mysterious transgressions, five-year-old Mildred and her family could easily have been overwhelmed by the challenge of simply trying to survive. This, however, is not a tale of suffering. Kalish counts herself among the lucky of that era. She had caring grandparents who possessed—and valiantly tried to impose—all the pioneer virtues of their forebears, teachers who inspired and befriended her, and a barnyard full of animals ready to be tamed and loved. She and her siblings and their cousins from the farm across the way played as hard as they worked, running barefoot through the fields, as free and wild as they dared. Filled with recipes and how-tos for everything from catching and skinning a rabbit to preparing homemade skin and hair beautifiers, apple cream pie, and the world’s best head cheese (start by scrubbing the head of the pig until it is pink and clean), Little Heathens portrays a world of hardship and hard work tempered by simple rewards. There was the unsurpassed flavor of tender new dandelion greens harvested as soon as the snow melted; the taste of crystal clear marble-sized balls of honey robbed from a bumblebee nest; the sweet smell from the body of a lamb sleeping on sun-warmed grass; and the magical quality of oat shocking under the light of a full harvest moon. Little Heathens offers a loving but realistic portrait of a “hearty-handshake Methodist” family that gave its members a remarkable legacy of kinship, kindness, and remembered pleasures. Recounted in a luminous narrative filled with tenderness and humor, Kalish’s memoir of her childhood shows how the right stuff can make even the bleakest of times seem like “quite a romp.”

Exhortation to the Heathen

  • Author : Clement of Alexandria,Aeterna Press
  • Publisher : Aeterna Press
  • Release Date : 2016-04-25
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : Religion
  • Review : (954)

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Amphion of Thebes and Arion of Methymna were both minstrels, and both were renowned in story. They are celebrated in song to this day in the chorus of the Greeks; the one for having allured the fishes, and the other for having surrounded Thebes with walls by the power of music. Another, a Thracian, a cunning master of his art (he also is the subject of a Hellenic legend), tamed the wild beasts by the mere might of song; and transplanted trees—oaks—by music. I might tell you also the story of another, a brother to these—the subject of a myth, and a minstrel—Eunomos the Locrian and the Pythic grasshopper. A solemn Hellenic assembly had met at Pytho, to celebrate the death of the Pythic serpent, when Eunomos sang the reptile’s epitaph.

Against the Heathen

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  • Publisher : Fig
  • Release Date : N.a
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre :
  • Review : (844)

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The Book Of The Heathen

  • Author : Robert Edric
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release Date : 2012-04-24
  • Total Pages : 352
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (3)

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1897. In an isolated station in the Belgian Congo, an Englishman awaits trial for the murder of a native child. Imprisoned in a makeshift gaol, Nicholas Frere awaits the arrival of the Company's official investigator, while his friend, James Frasier, attempts to determine the circumstances which surround the charge. The world around them is rapidly changing: the horrors of the Belgian Congo are becoming known and the flow of its once-fabulous wealth is drying up. Unrest flares unstoppably into violence. Frere's coming trial will seek to determine considerably more than the killing of a child. But at the heart of this conflict lies a secret so dark, so unimaginable, that one man must be willingly destroyed by his possession of it, and the other must both sanction and participate in that destruction. 'More disturbing even than Conrad in his depiction of the heart of darkness . . . it will be surprising if this year sees a more disturbing or haunting novel' Peter Kemp, Sunday Times 'Relentless . . . an impressive and disturbing work of art' Robert Nye, Literary Review 'Edric describes a compelling plot in fine, spare prose' David Isaacson, Daily Telegraph

The Ranger

  • Author : Ace Atkins
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release Date : 2011-06-09
  • Total Pages : 368
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (37)

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THE FIRST NOVEL IN ACE ATKINS’ NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING QUINN COLSON SERIES. “In Quinn Colson, bestselling author Ace Atkins has created an American hero in a time when we need him.”—C. J. Box After years of war, Army Ranger Quinn Colson returns home to the rugged, rough hill country of northeast Mississippi to find his native Tibbehah County overrun with corruption, decay, meth runners, and violence. His uncle, the longtime county sheriff, is dead. A suicide, he’s told, but others—like tomboy deputy Lillie Virgil—whisper murder. In the days that follow, it’s up to Colson to discover the truth, not only about his uncle, but about his family, his friends, his town, and himself. And once it’s discovered, there’s no going back for this real hero of the Deep South.

The Last Heathen

  • Author : Charles Montgomery
  • Publisher : D & M Publishers
  • Release Date : 2009-09-01
  • Total Pages : 352
  • Genre : Travel
  • Review : (834)

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In 1892, the Bishop of Tasmania set sail for Melanesia with the intent of rescuing islanders from lives of fear, black magic and cannibalism. Over 100 years later, his great grandson, Charles Montgomery, followed the bishop’s route through the South Pacific, seeking out the spirits and myths his missionary forebear had sought to destroy. Montgomery explored remote shores where gospel and empire never took hold. He rubbed shoulders with barefoot preachers, witch doctors and gun-toting rebels, only to discover that the pagan spirits were more tenacious than the missionaries had imagined. Melanesians had stirred Jesus and Mary into an already spicy broth of ancestor worship, ghosts, shark gods and magic. Through confrontations with a bizarre cast of characters—the randy ethnographer, the soft-talking assassin, the leper prophet—the journey becomes a debate on the nature of magic, myth and faith, and a metaphor for the transforming power of story. The Last Heathen marks the debut of an exciting young writer who charts his adventures with passion, insight and grace.