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1.Quantum Jump: A Survival Guide for the New Renaissance - by W.R. Clement 2000

If you have ever wanted to read about the Evil Empire from the point of view of the mouse next to the elephant, this is the book for you. It is a book on eco/politico/social change that we all are experiencing whether we acknowledge it or not. Very few individuals that are privileged to know the inner workings of the indrustrial military complex ever have any of their writings declassified for public eyes. It is obvious and frightening that although many of the large transnational corporations and governments blunder around in the perceived era of the NWO, many of thinkers in their tanks are perfectly aware of these mammoth entities' incapacity to effect change in the coming era. Boiled down, the author is telling us that we are on the verge of a new era in perception. Examples used in this book (two of the most basic) are the use of 3D perspective in Renaissance art, quantum mechanics as espoused by Einstein and Planck. Both are two blatant examples of quantum shifts in the level of abstraction. The most common level of abstraction for people today is still the use of money, although more and more of us are using another level of abstraction, N-space (the internet). This book is dense, as is James Burkes' "Connections" book was, but it does describe analogies and connections on levels that are not readily apparent to those of us (the masses) not in the loop. It is well written and easy to understand, you get the feeling of a career military officer receiving a series of one hour briefing dumbed down so that it will all sink in. While written a a series of essays, causing a slight repetition of some ideas and themes (which is forgivable), this book is of as great intellectual importance as Marshall McLuhan's "The Medium is the Message" because we ARE experiencing this era transition...NOW, as you read this reading this review. Of particular interest to this reader was the analysis of the intellectual, social and effective political collapse of the Arabic world under Islam and the implications of other fundamental and dogmatic (read American Christianity) religions. If every 1st year economic student read this book, we'd all be better off.

2.Fleshing Out Skull & Bones: Investigations into America's Most Powerful Secret Society - by Kris Millegan 2003

This chronicle of espionage, drug smuggling, and elitism in Yale University's Skull & Bones society offers rare glimpses into this secret world with previously unpublished documents, photographs, and articles that delve into issues such as racism, financial ties to the Nazi party, and illegal corporate dealings. Contributors include Antony Sutton, author of Americas Secret Establishment; Dr. Ralph Bunch, professor emeritus of political science at Portland State University; Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin, authors and historians; and Howard Altman, editor of the Philadelphia City Paper. A complete list of known members, including George Bush and George W. Bush, and reprints of rare magazine articles on the Order of Skull and Bones are included.

3.Submarines: An Illustrated History of Their Impact - by Paul Fontenoy 2007

From the steam-powered models introduced in World War I to today's nuclear-powered, multiweaponed technological wonders, submarines have revolutionized warfare on the world's seas. This volume follows the extraordinary development of this key component of the world's navies. Seemingly invisible submarines have exerted enormous influence on naval warfare since the early 1900s. Today, they are a mainstay of world navies large and small, an economically efficient weapon system whose threat no fleet commander can ignore - and whose presence has sparked a continuing evolution in naval defenses and tactics. "Submarines: An Illustrated History of Their Impact" reveals how underwater warships evolved to become major threats to battle fleets and merchant shipping, as well as primary platforms for deterrent forces and crucial symbols of military power. In a series of chronological chapters, "Submarines" describes key developments in diving ability, underwater endurance, and weapons capabilities in specific periods, while highlighting strategic and operational innovations; the role of technological research; famous submarine events, battles, and commanders; and the impact of submarine services on naval society. The book also includes an illustrated reference section covering every submarine class worldwide since 1900. This coverage plus additional reference features make Submarines an essential introduction to a weapons system that has long held the public's imagination.

4.The Roman Army: A Social and Institutional History - by Pat Southern 2006

Written by a leading authority on Roman military history, this fascinating volume spans over a thousand years as it offers a memorable picture of one of the world's most noted fighting forces, paying special attention to the life of the common soldier.
Southern here illuminates the Roman army's history, culture, and organization, providing fascinating details on topics such as military music, holidays, strategy, the construction of Roman fortresses and forts, the most common battle formations, and the many tools of war, from spears, bows and arrows, swords, and slingshots, to the large catapulta (which fired giant arrows and bolts) and the ballista (which hurled huge stones). Perhaps most interesting are the details Southern provides about everyday life in the Roman army, everything from the soldiers pay (they were paid three times per year, but money was deducted for such items as food, clothing, weapons, the burial club, the pension scheme, and so on) to their often brutal life--if whole units turned and ran, about one-tenth of the men concerned were chosen by lot and clubbed to death and the rest were put on barley rations instead of wheat. Moreover, soldiers who lost weapons or their shields would fight savagely to get them back or would die in the process, rather than suffer the shame that attached to throwing weapons away or running from the battle.
Attractively illustrated, this book offers a fascinating look at the life of the Roman soldier, drawing on everything from Rome's rich historical and archaeological record to soldier's personal correspondence to depictions of military subjects in literature and art.

5.Corporate Public Affairs: Interacting With Interest Groups,Media,And Government - by Otto Lerbinger 2005

Corporate Public Affairs: Interacting With Interest Groups, Media, and Governments explores the increasing interest in public affairs by today's organizations. Lerbinger indicates that more and more frequently corporations are establishing public affairs positions—typically within public relations departments—to respond to issues and concerns arising out of the sociopolitical environment in which the corporation functions. He articulates the functions and responsibilities of the public affairs role, and investigates the approaches to dealing with primary constituencies—interest groups, media, and government. Divided into five parts, this book: • provides an overview of the corporate public affairs function; • explores strategies of the myriad interest groups in the United States, such as labor unions and environmental, consumer, women's, and human rights groups; • recognizes the media's increasing coverage of business events, especially negative ones, that have tremendous power both to undermine corporate credibility and to support public policy positions; • deals with legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government; and • raises the question of how corporate power strategies have affected the political marketplace. This book will appeal to advanced-level students, scholars, and practitioners in public relations and business fields.

6.Ufos Are Real:Extraterrestrial Encounters Documented by the U.S. Government - by S.P.I. Books 1997

Using the Freedom of Information Act to patiently outduel bureaucrats at Air Force and Navy Intelligence the CIA and the Department of State Stone obtained documents with minimally excised portions but with significant testimony from armed forces personnel still intact. they not only deal with major American UFO sites such as the alien crash site in Roswell NM but also major sightings that include hard evidence (such as unidentifiable metal fragments and chemical residues) in places like the Caribbean the Horn of Africa and the Himalayas. Beyond records of sightings and other fascinating reportage by armed forces personnel there is much evidence to prove that the government is covering up more information than it is reluctantly revealing.

7.Hegel's Practical Philosophy: Rational Agency as Ethical Life - by Robert B. Pippin 2008

This fresh and original book argues that the central questions in Hegel's practical philosophy are the central questions in modern accounts of freedom: What is freedom, or what would it be to act freely? Is it possible so to act? And how important is leading a free life? Robert Pippin argues that the core of Hegel's answers is a social theory of agency, the view that agency is not exclusively a matter of the self-relation and self-determination of an individual but requires the right sort of engagement with and recognition by others. Using a detailed analysis of key Hegelian texts, he develops this interpretation to reveal the bearing of Hegel's claims on many contemporary issues, including much-discussed core problems in the liberal democratic tradition. His important study will be valuable for all readers who are interested in Hegel's philosophy and in the modern problems of agency and freedom.

8.The Family in Early Modern England - by Helen Berry,Elizabeth Foyster 2008

This is the first single volume in recent years to provide an overview and assessment of the most important research that has been published on the English family in the past three decades. Some of the most distinguished historians of family life, together with a new generation of historians working in the field, present previously unpublished archival research to shed new light on family ideals and experiences in the early modern period. Contributions to this volume interrogate the definitions and meanings of the term 'family' in the past, showing how the family was a locus for power and authority, as well as personal or subjective identity, and exploring how expectations as well as realities of family behaviour could be shaped by ideas of childhood, youth, adulthood and old age. This pioneering collection of essays will appeal to scholars of early modern British history, social history, family history and gender studies.

9.The War of the World: Twentieth-Century Conflict and the Descent of the West - by Niall Fergusson 2006

Niall Fergusson's most important book to date-a revolutionary reinterpretation of the modern era that resolves its central paradox: why unprecedented progress coincided with unprecedented violence and why the seeming triumph of the West bore the seeds of its undoing.

From the conflicts that presaged the First World War to the aftershocks of the cold war, the twentieth century was by far the bloodiest in all of human history. How can we explain the astonishing scale and intensity of its violence when, thanks to the advances of science and economics, most people were better off than ever before-eating better, growing taller, and living longer? Wherever one looked, the world in 1900 offered the happy prospect of ever-greater interconnection. Why, then, did global progress descend into internecine war and genocide? Drawing on a pioneering combination of history, economics, and evolutionary theory, Niall Ferguson-one of Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People"-masterfully examines what he calls the age of hatred and sets out to explain what went wrong with modernity.

On a quest that takes him from the Siberian steppe to the plains of Poland, from the streets of Sarajevo to the beaches of Okinawa, Ferguson reveals an age turned upside down by economic volatility, multicultural communities torn apart by the irregularities of boom and bust, an era poisoned by the idea of irreconcilable racial differences, and a struggle between decaying old empires and predatory new states. Who won the war of the world? We tend to assume it was the West. Some even talk of the American century. But for Ferguson, the biggest upshot of twentieth-century upheaval was the decline of Western dominance over Asia.

A work of revelatory interpretive power, The War of the World is Niall Ferguson's masterwork.

10.Architects of Deception - by Jüri Lina 2004

The world we live in may seem frightening and confusing. The politicians and mass media claim that there is no pattern for the turn of events. The idea that there is a hidden connection between various destructive phenomena is usually ridiculed as a "conspiracy theory", which does not fit in with the official world-view. To create order out of this apparent chaos, a key is necessary. You are holding such a key in your hands. Jüri Lina's revealing book provides an insight into the concealed network behind past and present events. This political system has been built up by forces working behind the scenes an all encompassing deception by the Knights Templar, the Illuminati and today the Freemasons, clearly evident in our present lives. Jüri Lina has collected information and rare documents from many sources to create a record of the devastating activities of the secret societies. He reveals the connections between the concealed organizations and shows how these have affected history with the aid of puppets like Napoleon, Lenin, Trotsky, Hitler, Mao Zedong, Roosevelt and Truman (all high-ranking freemasons). He examines the magic rites of freemasonry and traces their origins. The reader is shown the real reasons behind several major wars and revolutions, from the French Revolution in 1789 through the Gulf War in 1990 and the bombing of Serbia in 1999. Finally the author reveals how these evil forces manifest themselves today and what plans they have for the future of mankind. This book exposes many dangerous myths and paints a different picture of the world, a picture, which may be less fair to behold, but which undoubtedly describes the real conditions we are faced with.

11.World System and Revealation

Discussing World System Theory and the book of Revealation

12.Protective Effects of Tea on Human Health - by N.K.Jain,M.Siddiqi J.weisburger

Bringing together the latest research from leading experts, this book provides an indispensable reference on the health benefits of drinking tea. It examines the general health giving properties of tea before moving on to a detailed review of the evidence for the beneficial effects of tea on specific ailments including cancer, the common cold, renal disease, cardiovascular disease, antiviral influenza, arthritis, lung and pulmonary ailments, aging, oral health, and dementia. The book concludes by challenging misconceptions of the effects of tea.