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by William Schindler
Author: William Schindler
Publisher: Xlibris Corp; 1 edition (January 10, 2001)
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This book contains an amazing amount of information about the Hindu spirituality. If you are a gay vampire fan and interested in Eastern mythology, this book is highly recommended. Blood of the Goddess is a terrific achievement in the realm of the vampire novel. in Sanskrit from UC Berkeley (1975), where he also studied Bengali and Hindi, and a Master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University (1986).
Blood of the Goddess is a remarkable novel: a work of mystical writing, an introduction to Tantric Hindu mysticism and myth, a. .William Schindler has worked the Eastern European myth of the blood-sucking, undead vampire into this historical tradition.
It's Christopher Isherwood's Sri Ramakrishna meets Anne Rice's Vampire Lestat-or the other way around. Seriously, though, this is a beautifully written, if somewhat unsettling, horror novel that places the whole horror genre into its place in the history of religions. However, Schindlers tome goes several steps further. I recommend this book (and find it refreshing) because of its unique take on the vampire mythos. Blood of the Goddess explores in effectively hallucinatory passages the gay side of Krishna and the dwarf as a magical, mythic being.
AbeBooks His non-fiction book, GAY TANTRA (Xlibris, 2000), is the definitive work on the topic of traditional Hindu Tantra adapted to the spiritual needs and aptitudes of gay-identified.
His non-fiction book, GAY TANTRA (Xlibris, 2000), is the definitive work on the topic of traditional Hindu Tantra adapted to the spiritual needs and aptitudes of gay-identified persons.
Blood of the Goddess The book demonstrates how a fully integrated gay identity can be a.Schindler, William Harold was born on September 24, 1953 in Savannah, Georgia, United States.
Blood of the Goddess ) A Dutch merchant marine arrives in India in 1612 and is abducted by a mysterious stranger with a horrible secret who claims he is the sailor's immortal teacher and lover from a past life. The book demonstrates how a fully integrated gay identity can be a positive aid in the quest for enlightenment. 49316/?tag prabook0b-20. Son of Frederick Harold and Charlene Schindler.
Blood of the Goddess. This book contains an amazing amount of information about the Hindu spirituality. Lestat and Louis move over! This homoerotic adventure set in India and America takes the vampire genre to a new level of passion and inspiration. A young Dutch sailor lands in India in 1636 and gets swept away by the power and masculine magnetism of a mysterious stranger who claims he is the young mans lover and teacher from a former life.
How ghastly the realities of war! There floated irregular piles ofdead and wounded bodies, from which poured many a trickling stream ofruddy life, which formed immense cloud-pools of blood surrounding eachghastly pile. The heaped-up masses of the dead would vibrate, as somepoor suffocating wretch struggled in his last agonies. Dr. Merryferryand his assistants hastily took possession of the wounded, andministered to their necessities. Third Printing: 2016.
Schindler's Ark is a Booker Prize-winning non-fiction novel published in 1982 by Australian novelist Thomas Keneally
Schindler's Ark is a Booker Prize-winning non-fiction novel published in 1982 by Australian novelist Thomas Keneally. The novel was also awarded the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Fiction in 1983. The book tells the story of Oskar Schindler, a member of the Nazi Party who becomes an unlikely hero by saving the lives of 1,100 Polish Jews during the Holocaust