The Great Peace March

A Peace Offering From The Great Peace March For Global Nuclear Disarmament To The Mississippi Peace Cruise July 30 1986

A Peace Offering From The Great Peace March For Global Nuclear Disarmament To The Mississippi Peace Cruise July 30 1986

Includes poems, journal entries, drawings and reminiscences of the Great Peace March of 1986.

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Genre : Antinuclear movement
Author : Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament (Organization)
Publisher :
Release : 1986*
Total Pages : 28 Pages
ISBN : OCLC:900278335


Spirit Walk

Spirit Walk

(Fifteen pages of photos)The world is thirty minutes away from total nuclear annihilation.The year is 1986. The United States and the Soviet Union face-off in dangerous and escalating game of Mutual Assured Destruction. Fifty thousand nuclear weapons are targeted and ready for war. Armaggedon is just the push of a button away.In an effort to prevent global nuclear disaster, over 1,200 people begin walking from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. on the Great Peace March-- a 3,235 mile, eight-and-a-half month long trek for nuclear disarmament. Stranded in the desert by the financial collapse of their sponsoring organization, about 500 Marchers join together to form a community of peace and love. They re-organize and continue the March, demanding an end to the madness of nuclear weapons and offering a message of hope to a troubled world.Carrying a black-and-white Peace Flag and wearing a day-glo Peace Helmet, one Marcher, Born Again Hippie, finds himself not only on a walk for global peace, but also on a path of spiritual discovery, commitment, and realization. He vows to walk every step of the way on the Great Peace March, his effort becoming both a poltical statement and a passionate prayer.This is the story of an epic and inspiring journey of Peace Marchers in a world on the brink of nuclear war, as seen through the eyes-- and felt in the Heart-- of Born Again Hippie.

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Genre : Antinuclear movement
Author : Martin V. Hippie
Publisher :
Release : 2013-03-19
Total Pages : 436 Pages
ISBN : 148259806X


The Great Peace March

The Great Peace March

An illustrated version of a song celebrating the brotherhood of humanity and the possibility of world peace.

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Genre : Music
Author : Holly Near
Publisher : Turtleback
Release : 1997-01-01
Total Pages : Pages
ISBN : 0613027892


The Great Peace March

The Great Peace March

An illustrated version of a song celebrating the brotherhood of humanity and the possibility of world peace.

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Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Author : Holly Near
Publisher : Macmillan
Release : 1997-03-15
Total Pages : 32 Pages
ISBN : 0805053506


The Adventures Of Born Again Hippie

The Adventures Of Born Again Hippie

Justin Peace, a na�ve young man falling in unrequited love with his best friend, acquires a "Magic" day-glo Peace Helmet from a crazed and mysterious aging hippie named Hawk. His world is turned inside-out as the Helmet transports him to the Other Side-to the year 1967-where he becomes the Born Again Hippie. He joins the Army of Peace, a group of hippies, freaks, free spirits, and other beautiful people in a cosmic struggle to overcome a dark force known as the Lost One. Pulled back and forth between his Real World and the Other Side, he faces unknown threats and hidden dangers as he tries to win the heart of the woman he loves and prevent a madman named Snake from stealing the Peace Helmet. Reality and fantasy interweave and merge as the fate of the entire world hangs in the balance.

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Author : Martin Hippie
Publisher :
Release : 2017-11-07
Total Pages : 272 Pages
ISBN : 1542358191


It S How The Rich Stay Rich

It S How The Rich Stay Rich

In 1986, at 25, Zen was inspired by a vision to participate in The Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament, a cross country march from Los Angeles CA. to Wash. DC. It was there that he first encountered the Rainbow Family Of Living Light. After the march he opened a crystal shop in Sedona, AZ, yet he still dreamed of founding a permanent place for the Rainbow Family. A frequent customer in his shop happened to be the adopted daughter of one of the wealthiest families in America. Her tales of abuse and her horrific upbringing led to his recruitment as her bodyguard, in exchange for a 50 acre parcel of land to build a spiritual center for the Rainbow Family on. They struggled to fulfill their mission and say a step ahead of the assassins her family had sent to exterminate her and kidnap her only remaining child. Always on the go, all over the south west and the Hawaiian Islands, "Beware Of Rich Friends" is the story of how disturbing the lives of the super rich can be. "Its How The Rich Stay Rich" is the sequel. Zen rejoins the heiress in an attempt to collect a long overdue debt and attend the 1995 Rainbow Family Gathering near Taos, NM. But things do not go as smoothly as planned and through a series of mishaps and redirections, life takes another strange turn as he ends up entangled in the chaotic lifestyle of this child of the illuminati. This is a deeply disturbing story of the dark side of America that the few in the know only whisper about. Use discount code... (P6MAYLAN) to get "It's How The Rich Stay Rich" for only $15. And please like us on Facebook, where we will post links to excerpts, videos of the locations and other fun stuff... https: //www.facebook.com/itshowtherichstayrich Excerpts can be found at... https: //sites.google.com/site/itshowtherichstayrich/home

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Genre :
Author : Zen
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2014-12-01
Total Pages : 308 Pages
ISBN : 1503200027


Great Peace Of Montreal Of 1701

Great Peace Of Montreal Of 1701

The last decades of the seventeenth century were marked by persistent, bloody conflicts between the French and their Native allies on the one side and the Iroquois confederacy on the other. In the summer of 1701, 1,300 representatives of forty First Nations from the Maritimes to the Great Lakes and from James Bay to southern Illinois met with the French at Montreal. Elaborate, month-long ceremonies culminated in the signing of The Great Peace of Montreal, which effectively put an end to the Iroquois wars. In The Great Peace of Montreal of 1701 Gilles Havard brings to life the European and Native players who brought about this major feat of international diplomacy. He highlights the differing interests and strategies of the numerous First Nations involved while giving a dramatic account of the colourful conference. The treaty, Havard argues, was the culmination of the French colonial strategy of Native alliances and adaptation to Native political customs. It illustrates the extent of cultural interchange between the French and their Native allies and the crucial role the latter played in French conflicts with the Iroquois and the British. As we approach the 300th anniversary of the treaty's signing in August 1701, Gilles Havard emphasizes its contemporary significance: in signing a treaty with forty separate parties the French recognized the independent sovereignty of every First Nation. This translation is significantly revised and updated from the original French publication of 1992.

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Genre : Political Science
Author : Gilles Havard
Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release : 2001-05-25
Total Pages : 320 Pages
ISBN : 9780773569348


The Scripture On Great Peace

The Scripture On Great Peace

This first Western-language translation of one of the great books of the Daoist religious tradition, the Taiping jing, or “Scripture on Great Peace,” documents early Chinese medieval thought and lays the groundwork for a more complete understanding of Daoism’s origins. Barbara Hendrischke, a leading expert on the Taiping jing in the West, has spent twenty-five years on this magisterial translation, which includes notes that contextualize the scripture’s political and religious significance. Virtually unknown to scholars until the 1970s, the Taiping jing raises the hope for salvation in a practical manner by instructing men and women how to appease heaven and satisfy earth and thereby reverse the fate that thousands of years of human wrongdoing has brought about. The scripture stems from the beginnings of the Daoist religious movement, when ideas contained in the ancient Laozi were spread with missionary fervor among the population at large. The Taiping jing demonstrates how early Chinese medieval thought arose from the breakdown of the old imperial order and replaced it with a vision of a new, more diverse and fair society that would integrate outsiders—in particular women and people of a non-Chinese background.

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Genre : Religion
Author : Barbara Hendrischke
Publisher : Univ of California Press
Release : 2015-03-18
Total Pages : 420 Pages
ISBN : 9780520286283


American Anti Nuclear Activism 1975 1990

American Anti Nuclear Activism 1975 1990

Looking at national peace organizations alongside lesser-known protest collectives, this book argues that anti-nuclear activists encountered familiar challenges common to other social movements of the late twentieth century.

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Genre : History
Author : K. Harvey
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2014-10-28
Total Pages : 234 Pages
ISBN : 9781137432841


Performing The Great Peace

Performing The Great Peace

Performing the Great Peace offers a cultural approach to understanding the politics of the Tokugawa period, at the same time deconstructing some of the assumptions of modern national historiographies. Deploying the political terms uchi (inside), omote (ritual interface), and naisho (informal negotiation)—all commonly used in the Tokugawa period—Luke Roberts explores how daimyo and the Tokugawa government understood political relations and managed politics in terms of spatial autonomy, ritual submission, and informal negotiation. Roberts suggests as well that a layered hierarchy of omote and uchi relations strongly influenced politics down to the village and household level, a method that clarifies many seeming anomalies in the Tokugawa order. He analyzes in one chapter how the identities of daimyo and domains differed according to whether they were facing the Tokugawa or speaking to members of the domain and daimyo household: For example, a large domain might be identified as a“country” by insiders and as a “private territory” in external discourse. In another chapter he investigates the common occurrence of daimyo who remained formally alive to the government months or even years after they had died in order that inheritance issues could be managed peacefully within their households. The operation of the court system in boundary disputes is analyzed as are the “illegal” enshrinements of daimyo inside domains that were sometimes used to construct forms of domain-state Shinto. Performing the Great Peace’s convincing analyses and insightful conceptual framework will benefit historians of not only the Tokugawa and Meiji periods, but Japan in general and others seeking innovative approaches to premodern history.

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Genre : History
Author : Luke S. Roberts
Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
Release : 2012-02-29
Total Pages : 280 Pages
ISBN : 9780824861155