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Culture Consciousness and the Games of God: Reflections of an Irreverant Mystic on the Nature of Light Logos and the Play of Cosmos by Nick Nickolds
  

Culture Consciousness and the Games of God: Reflections of an Irreverant Mystic on the Nature of Light Logos and the Play of Cosmos

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Culture Consciousness and the Games of God: Reflections of an Irreverant Mystic on the Nature of Light Logos and the Play of Cosmos by Nick Nickolds

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Publication date

1st October 2003

Author

Nick Nickolds

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Publisher

AuthorHouse

Format

Paperback
252 pages

Categories

Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice

ISBN

9781410767158

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