Over a three-decade period that began in 1919, Oscar Micheaux wrote, directed, edited, produced, and distributed over 40 films nationally and internationally. These films usually featured all-Black casts. They spanned a silent film period and a talkie period (sound films). Given such a background and the period in American history into which he was born, Micheaux's achievements were extraordinary and his legacy is a study of survival, persistence, and bold determination to develop a new era in Black films.
As a self-proclaimed futurist and economic thinker, Khafra sees a world bordering on economic calamity but also understands that our world has the technological genius to create the conditions for a massive transformation after a period of purgatory. The central thesis of this book is to examine the power and massive influence of Boom and Bust Cycles on a global scale; a parallel mission is to also examine elements, technologies and systems that will give rise to a new era during our next recovery phase.
A Life of Cultivation is an intrusive self-reflection and intensive examination. It requires a solitude within the self which allows for the Holy Spirit to descend, thus, allowing a deeper examination of conscience and a melting into the inner workings of our spiritual essence. Experience the process of the cultivation of virtue from the standpoint of many of the world religions, and you might find something you didn't know was yet to be found…Vice is easily acquired, but virtue is hard won. Through a cultivated life, you can become that which you have been seeking.
The history of the Out-of-Body Travel Foundation. (For more info - www.outofbodytravel.org) Through Out-of-Body Travel, experience an astral world where dreams enter projection and the Out-of-Body mystery will travel into reality. Lost Souls, Reincarnation, Karma, Dreams, Rites of Passage, Heaven, Hell, Purgatory, Angels, Demons, Initiation, Ascension.
This audiobook contains a collection of thirteen research essays by those identified as future leaders of the Korean-American community on topics, such as China (Minjae Kim), labor unrest of early 1900s (James DongHwi Kim), the hostile relationship between Korean-Americans and African-Americans (Julius Im), Alexander Graham Bell (Hoon Ho Jang), Alzheimer's Disease (Edward Lee), Heart Attacks (Hyang Ki Lee), Coco Chanel (Julia Jeon), Thomas Edison (Kevin Lee), Bill Gates (Esther Lee), Steve Jobs (Amy Jeon), Henry Ford (Billy Kim), Ray Bradbury (James Kim), and Benjamin Franklin (Martin Kim).