Three Eyes on the Past

We created three more galleries adja- cent to the old swimming pool to house it . During the early 1950s the collection at Fenimore House continued to grow little by little . And then in 1958 Mary Allis came forward once more .

Three Eyes on the Past

A look at New York state history, folklore, and material culture focuses on folk art, folk medicine, ghosts, werewolves, the devil, and famous murders.

Three Eyes for the Journey

The chief difference between contemporary Revival Zionist unmaskings and nineteenth-century Native Baptist unmaskings is that while the former points to masquerading as an unconscious modus operandi, the latter points to it as a ...

Three Eyes for the Journey

Studies of African-derived religious traditions have generally focused on their retention of African elements. This emphasis, says Dianne Stewart, slights the ways in which communities in the African diaspora have created and formed new religious meaning. In this fieldwork-based study Stewart shows that African people have been agents of their own religious, ritual, and theological formation. She examines the African-derived and African-centered traditions in historical and contemporary Jamaica: Myal, Obeah, Native Baptist, Revival/Zion, Kumina, and Rastafari, and draws on them to forge a new womanist liberation theology for the Caribbean.

History Museums in the United States

Ibid . , 105-6 ; Louis C. Jones , Three Eyes on the Past : Exploring New York Folklife ( Syracuse , N.Y .: Syracuse University Press , 1982 ) , xi - xxxvi ; Louis C. Jones , " The Trapper's Cabin and the Ivory Tower , " Museum News 42 ...

History Museums in the United States

Every year 100 million visitor's tour historic houses and re-created villages, examine museum artifacts, and walk through battlefields. But what do they learn? What version of the past are history museums offering to the public? And how well do these institutions reflect the latest historical scholarship? Fifteen scholars and museum staff members here provide the first critical assessment of American history museums, a vital arena for shaping popular historical consciousness. They consider the form and content of exhibits, ranging from Gettysburg to Disney World. They also examine the social and political contexts on which museums operate.

Summer Showers In Brindavan 1972 to 2002

It is said that Ishwara has three eyes. People say, “How is that possible?” Here, the word eye does not refer to the physical eye but to the ability to perceive various periods of time. One eye refers to the past, the second eye to the ...

Summer Showers In Brindavan 1972 to 2002

Message from Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba Philosophy is the butter churned out of knowledge. But since human aspirations and ideals, which change from place to place and time to time, decide which aspects of knowledge are included in the churning process, it is often incomplete or inadequate or contradictory. Generally speaking, religious beliefs and practices, folkways, customs and traditions, educational methods, art forms, etc., help the formulation of the underlying philosophy. Believing that the world, as cognised during the waking state, is real and that the highest goal is the attainment of happiness in that world, man accumulates the instruments and symbols of that happiness; he fashions after his own taste and inclination according to the dictates of his own reason, the laws, ideals, institutions and principles that would bolster that happiness. This attempt leads to a philosophy which can be named “Western.” But can the goal of Life be just this—to struggle amidst the waves of joy and grief that rise and fall in this visible objective world, to be carried along the current of desire, gathering food, shelter, comfort and pleasure, and finally, to flounder into the jaws of death? Consider what is happening now: in the name of progress, art is degraded into immoral and sensuous entertainment; educational advance results, not in advance of humility and reverence, but in rampant indiscipline, arrogance and irreverence. The emphasis long placed on the development of character and the promotion of virtue through education has now been dropped. In their place are enthroned as ideals: worldly success, self-aggrandisement, and high living. Laws, rules and regulations are multiplying fast, but there is no sign of unrighteousness and injustice being diminished. Greed is growing beyond control; the advance of science is marked, not by a proportionate advance in peace and happiness, but by a phenomenal increase in terror, unrest and anxiety. With his thousand-faced curiosity, man is analysing and utilising the outer world; but the inner world, which is basic, is ignored and forgotten. Human life is a composite of the secular and the spiritual. But now, the flesh is coddled, while the spirit is consigned into oblivion. As a result, neither the individual, nor society, nor the nation can hope to have peace and security. The framework of Creation is an amalgam of right and wrong, joy and grief, cold and warmth; so, it is against Nature to expect only right, or only joy, only wrong or only grief. It is not possible to uproot right wholly from the world, nor is it possible to uproot wrong wholly free from grief in any form. The burden of wrong and the agony of grief can be reduced, however, in proportion to the loyalty that man offers to sublime ideals and his efforts to put them into practice. So long as man lives on the level of the beasts, concentrating all his talents on the task of securing food, shelter, and other physical and material needs, the unrest now rooted in his heart cannot be got rid of. Therefore, the path of Dharma or Righteousness, which ensures inner purification and harmony, should not be given up. What is Dharma? It is the way of higher life directed by the ideals one holds dear, by the level of attainment one has reached, by the status of the individual in society, and the individual’s own awareness of himself and his status. Mere awareness of “I am a human being,” will not guide him into the path of Dharma; those who are aware only of this will be guided only into the path of feeding, sleeping and the avoidance of fear from danger. Awareness of, “I am a human being,” is only half the truth. “I am not a beast,” is the other half. Always remind yourself of what you are, as well as what you are not; when this is done, when activities are in accordance with that awareness, man will be manifesting the full significance of the name he is known by. When man has resolved to understand his reality by the method of enquiry, he must avoid the error of condemning the points of view held dear by others. It is not right to deny their validity. He has to give value to all aspects, consider all views; for, there is no clear-cut distinction between mine and thine, this and that other. Truth is Knowledge; Knowledge is Limitless. Truth has to be discovered by analysing the complex mass of facts and things. Indian Culture is the product of the experience of generations in the field of this Truth, of Knowledge that is limitless, that is seen through the vision of the Wise. When students have the chance once to look upon this Culture, to contact its living embodiments and expressions, and to hold converse with its manifold manifestations, all doubts regarding it will vanish from their minds. It is a fact that persons who are too lazy to learn, who have not grasped the validity of Vedanta, or the relative reality of the world, feel that Indian culture is at best a ruse to while away one’s time. We are not concerned with such persons. They have such ideas because they do not know that Vedanta is their own history. Animals are not conscious that they are alive; they live without being aware of life. If man too leads life in this manner, verily he is no better than a mere animal. Your forefathers were being fed from infancy on breast milk reinforced by the mixture of sublime ideals and principles of righteousness. As a result, they stuck to the path of righteousness steadily in a commendable form. They strove to help each other; cooperated in all efforts to promote the welfare of others and sympathised when others suffered or incurred loss or injury. They did not allow feelings of hatred, revenge or violence to tarnish their minds. They recognised that their chief duty was to devote themselves to activities conducive to the general good. Today, those who pride themselves on the enormous advance achieved by man and prance about prattling the stories of their paltry victories, are only demonstrating by their behaviour that they are totally ignorant of the high principles followed in life by their forefathers. What is the reason for the disappearance from the present generation of the sublime virtues of those days, of sympathy and mutual aid, of the peace and happiness that prevailed then? No enquiry is probing into this problem. Can a King, declaring himself the master of a state, fulfil all the wishes of his subjects? Why, he finds himself incompetent to fulfil even all his own wishes! If he decides to pursue his fancies on the plea that he is the lord and master, his subjects draw him down from the throne. How does this happen? However high a person’s authority, he has to bow his head to some laws and limits that are laid down to ensure proper exercise of that power. They might have been laid down by the king himself, but once accepted and announced, he is bound to them as strongly as any one else. If he acts in contravention of the covenant, the subjects, too, would break away from the laws and limits that regulate their activities and behaviours, and anarchy would result. For, the saying goes, “As the ruler, so the ruled.” Therefore, the law-maker should obey the law; he who lays down the limit should himself respect it. This is the precious lesson, the shining lamp of wisdom, that the Ramayana is holding forth for the benefit of man. This is the excellence of the culture and history of India. Students have to be instructed on these monuments of Indian Culture and informed of the ideals which they embody. Their intellects, thus charged and cleansed, have to be offered to the nations of the world as ideals to be emulated. They, themselves, will be saved thereby; they will serve as guides and leaders to others. Intending to place before them the Truth, to remove from their minds the ruinous beliefs that have sprouted there as a result of the craze for novelty in recent times, and to uproot the specious arguments and fantastic doubts that are clinging to their reasoning faculty, and, resolving to imprint on the pure, steadfast, and conceit less hearts of the young the peace and joy that their forefathers were able to live in, we have arranged to invite elders of invaluable experience in these fields, and instruct youth on moral, ethical, spiritual, physical and secular truths. When such a sacred Yajna is held every year, present-day youth can easily understand and appreciate not only the Culture of India, but also the Wisdom garnered by people of other lands. Thus, they will be rid of all feelings of separation and difference; they will be equipped and made ready to demonstrate in their lives the Truth that has been revealed to them. This Summer Course on Indian Culture and Spirituality has been planned and arranged with this belief and in this faith. May this attempt achieve Victory! May all beings derive therefrom Peace, Happiness, Prosperity and Security! - Baba This Volume is compiled and offered at Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Lotus Feet on His 97th Birthday as a reminder to all Spiritual Aspirants of Baba’s Love & Message Sai Ram. Director, Sri Sathya Sai Media Centre, Prasanthi Nilayam 515 134, Puttaparthi, Sri Sathya Sai District, Andhra Pradesh, India. www.sssmediacentre.org

One Eye Two Eyes And Three Eyes

But she did not touch it and happily walked past it. From then on two eyes would go out every day eat and drink to her heart's content and come home happily. But one day one eye and three eyes notice.

One Eye Two Eyes And Three Eyes

Bedtime Story Book One eye, two eyes and three eyes. Once upon a time in a far off land there lived a woman with her three daughters. Two of the daughters, one eye and three eyes were her favorite.

Selected Books on Cricket Part 1 Cricket CRICKET IN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY

everything and know of the present, past and future. There one gets the commands from the Highest Deity; therefore it is called the Ājñā Chakra.” (Translation by Swami Vijnananada) Almost all Hindu deities have the Third Eye.

Selected Books on Cricket Part 1   Cricket CRICKET IN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY

This Combo Collection (Set of 2 Books) includes All-time Bestseller Books. This anthology contains : Cricket CRICKET IN INDIAN MYTHOLOGY

Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens

These should be pruned after the flowers are past, the removal of badlyplaced and weakly shoots being all that is ... A. canescens should be cut down each spring to within two or three eyes of the old wood, as it flowers best on the ...

Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens

DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens" by E. T. Cook. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.

The Three Eyes

So, above all, was the looming of those Three Eyes, which throbbed with life, ... My past was gone into,the value ofmy evidence was weighed; and, though people were still inclined to accuse meof being a visionary ora sickman, ...

The Three Eyes


Unlock Purva Punya and Paap from the Stories of 27 Nakshatras

With his third eye, he can see everything that cannot be seen with the two eyes. ... universe using his third eye. He can look into your past life Karmas, and based on that, he controls your present and molds your future accordingly.

Unlock Purva Punya and Paap from the Stories of 27 Nakshatras

This book is about philosophically decoding horoscope through the mythological stories of Nakshatras with a unique amalgamation of medical astrology and D60. It is a humble attempt to introduce the eternal wisdom of various Vedic ideas, including Atman, Paramatma, Karma and Dharma, from our sages. The author endeavors to explain cosmic energies in the universe but also show how the teachings of the Vedas can be used to lead a blissful life amid the present-day chaos, stress and confusion. The activation of Seven Human Chakras results in achieving everlasting, blissful life from the 'Cosmic energy' that enters the human body, located along our spine, and explains how this 'cosmic energy' in the form of 'spectrum colors light' of varying wavelengths resonate with each of the seven main Chakras of the human body. If Chakras are blocked or unbalanced, then it can lead to diseases and create obstacles while realizing your dreams. It seems very unreasonable that one person enjoys good health and wealth and the other suffers. Yes, there are very strong karmic reasons for the disease and misfortune. Prarabdh is the allotted karma for this life, which we have carried forward from past lives in our body, mind, emotions and manifestations in the form of electromagnetic waves around us, which are the karmic particles of past lives. This book is a very easy and handy guide for everyone. Anyone can decode their horoscope by applying astrological principles with mythology. The intent of writing this book is not to claim to change someone's future but to help nurture and transform a native's future by doing karmic deeds so that they can sail through easily in their lives. This book is not about predictive astrology; it is about sharing the philosophy of life that one has to adapt to lead a sin-free life.

Into the Myths

Three is the most significant number in Hindu mythology and religion. Three denotes the three periods of time or the 'Trikaal'- the past, present, and the future. According to the mythological concept, the right eye is considered to be ...

Into the Myths

“Into the Myths” presents an analytical perspective of ancient and Indian Mythology. It goes beyond the traditional realm of beliefs and understanding to delve deep into Rationalism. The rationale behind writing this book is to demystify the mystic and interpret fantasy in Epics and Mythologies with a realistic approach. With an aim to decode that which is fantastical and delineate meaningful interpretation relating with reality, this book covers a wide range of mythologies and provides scientific interpretation of the subject. Readers may expect discussions related to Symbols, popular ancient mythologies like Indian, Egyptian, Babylonian, Greek, and Roman etc and primary epics like Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Iliad. This book is a collection of her published and unpublished research papers and articles on the unexplored and unrecognized aspects of mythology, epic and archetypes with a rational, realistic and scientific approach.

Finding Joy in Joyce

The odd discussion between the barmaids about Bloom and the " other eye " reflects the three eyes of Shiva , the third eye being the inner eye of fire . The three eyes allow Shiva to see past , present and future , while the activities ...

Finding Joy in Joyce

This is a detailed reader's guide to James Joyce's masterwork Ulysses, voted the most important novel of the 20th century. The guide provides episode by episode an in depth explanation of the action and symbolism, including a description of the related books of Homer's Odyssey and the correspondences. This guide is designed to give the user the keys to the kingdom of one of the wonders of Western civilization. The non-academic author, a retired lawyer and life long Joyce reader, brings new approaches to find the deep meaning of each of Joyce's episodes and the novel as a whole. The scope of this effort, the complete Joyce, is unique in an area monopolized by more narrowly focused academics. The analysis elucidates Joyce's technique to mimic patterns in history and nature in his architecture of coherence. His medicine for the diseased spirit of our age is a custom blend of Jesus and Buddha, not as they are marketed by institutional religions, but as they lived their lives as humans. Joyce's god is more possibilities in life and art, and this guide will do that for you.

A Compendium of the Teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba

THIRD EYE THOUGHT WAVES beastly qualities by eating animal flesh). Thus follows our acquiring the ... Man has only two eyes as he can visualize only past and present. ... The three-eyed Siva can see the past, the present and the future.

A Compendium of the Teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba

This Book Is A Compilation Of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's Significant Statements On Individual Subjects. More Than 1100 Such Subjects Have Been Identified And The Definitive Statements Of Sri Sathya Sai Baba Are Quoted With Relevant Documentation Of Their Sources. The Special Merit Of The Compilation Is That Recently Published Statements Are Preferred. The Subjects Are Presented In Alphabetical Order To Facilitate Easy Reference. A Sanskrittoenglish Glossary Is Also Appended. This Is An Invaluable Resource Book Of Baba'S Teachings Placed At The Service Of The Students, Teachers, Research Scholars, Study Groups And Casual Readers.

Angeliad

Little Girl with three eyes walks slow long silent echoing marble halls past a thousand rooms with locked doors where brides kidnapped from villages to bear children for Immortal God Ram whisper conspiracies to overthrow King by telling ...

Angeliad

Angeliad of Surazeus - Revelation of Angela presents 136,377 lines of verse in 1,346 poems, lyrics, ballads, sonnets, dramatic monologues, eulogies, hymns, and epigrams written by Surazeus 2001 to 2005.

Buddhist Insight

the " eye of insight ” and added the " eye of dharma " and " Buddha eye " to make a Mahayana set of three eyes . ... ( b ) The divine eye is of two kinds , both seeing forms in past and future : ( 1 ) that born of past action ( karma ) ...

Buddhist Insight

The present volume selcts twenty-four of Prof. Wayman`s published research papers around the topic of Buddhist Insight, and includes only strong, well developed papers consistent with the topic. Students of Buddhism and general Indian religion will find here a rich offering of genuine research with the best of sources and Wayman`s own thoughtful presentations and original organization of the information. The papers begin with Buddha as Savior among the latest and end with the earliest in this volume, Twenty one Praises of Tara.The Hindu and Buddhist Studies illustrate Wayman`s comparative approach by showing both sides in their strong independence, and sensitively revealing their relation.

White Whole

The old woman with three eyes takes one down, lumpily oval and black with white skull that grins with star eyes into secret souls, then pours hot tea in with honey and milk. Sipping tea, the old man with cracked guitar sits on the wood ...

White Whole

""White Whole"" presents 1,136 lyrics, pastorals, satires, elegies, and narrative poems written in 2018 by Surazeus that explore the evolution of the universe since the First Flash from the White Whole.

The Bureau of Past Management

The rule of three worked for Graziela only by combining her name with something that was a genuine part of her and that could be divided by three. 'Eyes,' 'nose,' 'lips,' didn't fit. 'Cheeks' worked. 'Gra-zie-la's che-eks' pleased him ...

The Bureau of Past Management

Each of us has something that feels essential to who we are. For Hans Frambach, it's the crimes of the Nazi era, which have hurt him for as long as he can remember. That's why he became an archivist at the Bureau of Past Management; now, though, he's wondering if he should make a change. For his best friend, Graziela, that past was also her focal point – until she met a man who desired her. From then on, sexual pleasure became the key to her life; a concept she's now beginning to doubt. Hans and Graziela thought the Nazi crimes were the inheritance that neither could bear, but can we really blame Nazism for everything? Iris Hanika shows how the crimes of the Nazi era hold the Germans in their clutches to this day, and the absurdities to which institutionalising commemoration leads.Can a country manage its past, or ought we to remain helpless in the face of the horrific crimes of the Holocaust?

Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 01 to 43

Where the Lord's Name is sung, there He sits The Agni eye is the internal eye, which can be opened by the discipline of the yoga. The three-eyed Siva can see the past, present, and future. You can recall the picture of boy of ten whom ...

Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 01 to 43

This Volumes’ of Sri Sathya Sai Speaks are compiled and offered at Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Lotus Feet on His 97th Birthday as a reminder to all Spiritual Aspirants of Baba’s Love & Message Compilation of Discourses from 1953 to 2010 (1614 Discourses) Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 01 | Year(s) : 1953 to 1960 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 02 | Year(s) : 1961 to 1962 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 03 | Year(s) : 1963 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 04 | Year(s) : 1964 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 05 | Year(s) : 1965 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 06 | Year(s) : 1966 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 07 | Year(s) : 1967 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 08 | Year(s) : 1968 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 09 | Year(s) : 1969 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 10 | Year(s) : 1970 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 11 | Year(s) : 1971 to 1972 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 12 | Year(s) : 1973 to 1974 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 13 | Year(s) : 1975 to 1977 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 14 | Year(s) : 1978 to 1980 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 15 | Year(s) : 1981 to 1982 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 16 | Year(s) : 1983 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 17 | Year(s) : 1984 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 18 | Year(s) : 1985 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 19 | Year(s) : 1986 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 20 | Year(s) : 1987 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 21 | Year(s) : 1988 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 22 | Year(s) : 1989 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 23 | Year(s) : 1990 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 24 | Year(s) : 1991 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 25 | Year(s) : 1992 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 26 | Year(s) : 1993 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 27 | Year(s) : 1994 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 28 | Year(s) : 1995 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 29 | Year(s) : 1996 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 30 | Year(s) : 1997 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 31 | Year(s) : 1998 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 32 | Part 1 | Year(s) : 1999 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 32 | Part 2 | Year(s) : 1999 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 33 | Year(s) : 2000 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 34 | Year(s) : 2001 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 35 | Year(s) : 2002 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 36 | Year(s) : 2003 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 37 | Year(s) : 2004 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 38 | Year(s) : 2005 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 39 | Year(s) : 2006 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 40 | Year(s) : 2007 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 41 | Year(s) : 2008 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 42 | Year(s) : 2009 Sri Sathya Sai Speaks Volume 43 | Year(s) : 2010

The Girl With Three Eyes A Quick Read Psychic Romance

“But Gemma, has her third eye visible!” said Leo proudly and the old man blinked. “Show me.” He said in a rather bored way that somehow indicated that hundreds of other students had also made this claim, in the past. His sari-clad wife, ...

The Girl With Three Eyes   A Quick Read Psychic Romance

This is the sensitive story of Gemma Douglas an English girl who is born with three eyes. Gemma and her family are keen to remove the offending third eye, so that she can be a 'normal' girl, go to university; get a good job and find a boyfriend! But fate has other things in mind for Gemma .... Enjoy this often humorous and touching short novel by paranormal experts, The Abbotts. In 14pt for easy reading and illustrated. Suitable for all ages.

Last Knight s Almanac

The jewels of Orion's belt twinkled as starlight passed through their glasses—- perhaps those three stars were the twinkling of old Merlyn's three eyes, those which could see the present, past, and future in only one glimpse.

Last Knight s Almanac

Last Knight's Almanac celebrates life, love, and adventure, in the years following the death of King Arthur. But it also serves as a backdrop on which I can draw literary portraits of many of man's favorite things such as nature, astronomy, emotion, poetry, travel, history, fantasy, art, and so on. Arthurian legend is the main thread of the story and is also one of my favorite things, so this is important, too. What really happened inth Dark Ages? And yes, it's true, but only if you wish to believe it, that I unearthed these Chronicles from an iron box that was buried 1400 years ago under the Abbey of Glastonbury.

The Book of Memory

... is founded upon memoria , and traditionally was represented with three eyes , looking to past , present , and future . But memory remains , by its nature , of the past - a thing cannot be in memory until it is past .

The Book of Memory

The Book of Memory is a magisterial and beautifully illustrated account of the workings and function of memory in medieval society. Memory was the psychological faculty valued above all others in the period stretching from late antiquity through the Renaissance. The prominence given to memory has profound implications for the contemporary understanding of all creative activity, and the social role of literature and art. Drawing on a range of fascinating examples from Dante, Chaucer, and Aquinas to the symbolism of illuminated manuscripts, this unusually wide-ranging book offers new insights into the medieval world.