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Chinese bullfighting has been a beloved tradition among the Miao people of Leishan County, Guizhou Province, for over 400 years and is an essential part of their Spring Festival. The Miao people are so fond of the bulls that they even feed them as if they are pets. And the champion bull enjoys such a respected status in the community that when it dies, the locals will hold an elaborate funeral. The people of Leishan County are experienced in the ways of Chinese bullfighting, and those who participate in the competition know how to feed and train their bulls to win.
If you really and truly want God in your life, you owe it to yourself to read this book. This story is about a young boy who suffered—and still
suffering—chasing dreams and facing a lot of suffering along the way, and how he achieved most of his dreams. After fifty-five years of his life, he came
to find Jesus Christ even though he came from an extremely dysfunctional family, feeling rejected, not loved, was sexually, physically, and verbally
abused. He faced the nasty words from his father, “You are way too stupid and black and ugly. You’ll never amount to anything!” Those nasty words from his
father were the words that motivated young Danny to execute his dreams. At the tender age of ten, Danny was put into the juvenile hall for incorrigible
boys. But after three long years, he was released and became a matador (bullfighter) in Tijuana, Mexico; prizefighter, Rodeo Brahma bull rider and bareback
bronco rider; professional roller skating derby skater for thirty-two years, a professional Texas bounty hunter; a repo man; a successful entrepreneur, was
in a few motion pictures and Hispanic soap opera called Padres con Poder; and an author. Danny also spent five years in prison, and that’s how he
found our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ and his ordained minister wife Dharma. She came to the prison to minister to seven hundred inmates, and that’s how
Danny met her. Danny’s partner, Jane P. Peterson, was killed in an arrest attempt. His son was shot, and his house was bombed. Danny had been shot and
stabbed multiple times and was left in a coma for seven days in an attempted arrest as a bounty hunter. And while he was in a coma, Danny had his second
Christian spiritual experience with God. The first spiritual encounter was in the juvenile hall. The story you are about to read may seem like fiction or
something out of a movie script. If you enjoyed the books Divine Revelations of Hell, by Mary K. Baxter, or Proof of Heaven, by Dr. Eden
Alexander, or the movies Forrest Gump or Walking Tall, then you’ll love reading this book. Ninety-five percent of what you will read in
this book is true. All of the names have been changed to protect the innocent. God bless.
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Once upon a time there was a little girl who had never known her mother.
She learned the art of her father, a famous bullfighter, but was hated by her evil stepmother. One day she ran away with a troupe of dwarves, and became a legend.
Official Selection, 2012 Toronto International Film Festival
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This book arose from Graham Campbell-Dunn’s research into Minoan Linear A. See his Who Were the Minoans? (2006). The syllabic sign system used on prehistoric Crete, he discovered, was related to the systems of pictographs found by Marçel Griaule in the Sudan, but also to Egyptian Hieroglyphics. Cretan customs, such as bulljumping, turned out also to have African parallels. Bullfighting took the author to Spain, Greece, Rome, and early India. Wherever bullfighting occurred other African practices such as phallic cults, mysterious mounds (sometimes with breasts) and mask festivals were found. The problem regarding the red flesh of Minoan men, but white flesh of their women on the wall paintings was explained by the Bantu practice of whiting females at puberty.
Not only the Minoan language but also Basque and Etruscan show basic vocabulary that is Niger-Congo and all have African hand-based numerals : IIII “four” (fingers), = “tens” (two arms). Even Greek, Latin and Sanskrit showed strong African linguistic connections. See the author’s Comparative Linguistics : Indo-European and Niger-Congo (2006) for a demonstration.
Particularly important was the discovery that prominent placenames in the Aegean and Mediterranean came from Africa. Bari and Como are obvious examples, as are Phaistos and Paestum (African Bai, Vai, Pai). The widespread placename Minoa was evidently called after the Nigerian fertility goddess Minona. The author concluded that King Minos of Crete had been invented by the mythographers.
In more remote regions such as Sardinia, the Greek Islands, and Troy vestiges were found of African influence. The conclusion that the Greek and Roman Classics came out of Africa, became incontrovertible.
Herodotus proved a valuable source and guide in investigating the preclassical civilisations. A map on the back cover of the book shows the World of Herodotus, and the diverse nations and tribes known to him.
This book particularly emphasises archaeological, mythological and cultural data, which are more accessible to the general reader, and presents the African Classics in a broad historical context. But it is also documented and indexed for scholarly reference.
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Short in stature but big on bravery, these are the bullfighting dwarves of Mexico.
We treat our client list confidentially, so we can't tell you who we've treated, and you will receive the same confidential treatment. Dr. Travis has worked with the Wrangler Pro-Rodeo Circuit treating riders, bullfighters, and clowns. He's worked with athletes in the Pro-Beach Volleyball competition, bike racers in several events, and was selected to work the Tae-Kwon-Do National Finals in Houston.