Soviets features unpublished drawings from the archive of Danzig Baldaev. They satirize the Communist Party system, exposing the absurdities of Soviet life from drinking …
This beautifully produced boxed set of 53 postcards contains stunning images from the best-selling Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia series of books. These hugely popular and …Alice, a powerful Dark Other, attends a planning meeting with her comrades in the Day Watch. She is sent to recuperate at a youth camp. There she meets Igor, a Light Mage. Alice … Walking the streets of Moscow, indistinguishable from the rest of its population, are The Others. Possessors of supernatural powers and capable of entering the Twilight, a shadowy … Bokus har sålt böcker online sedan 1997. I utbudet på över 10 miljoner böcker hittar du både fysiska och digitala böcker till låga priser. Läs hur du vill – på papper, på skärm eller streama i Bokus Play – abonnemanget för ljudböcker och e-böcker. Vi klimatkompenserar alla kundfrakter genom Vi-skogen.- his path into martial arts training and teaching- rare experiences working with FMA, Systema, and H’sing-i masters – the deep principles he has observed across multiple martial styles- posture, connection, and attitudes to ”reality-based” trainingMind-blowing stuff, for those interested in such things. For a better context and understanding of half the stuff we ”yarn” about here, be sure to purchase Sand Talk in hardcopy or audiobook format (narrated by the author). For more mind-expanding (and unapologetically triggering) yarns, check out Tyson’s own podcast, The Other Others, on Spotify.
This week, a dive into the world of martial arts, medicine and holistic health – with impassioned Systema student and Doctor of Chinese Medicine Gabriel Stern.This week, a mind-expanding walkabout through the realms of body, mind, and spirit, with Indigenous Australian author, scholar, arts critic, and martial artist Tyson Yunkaporta. Tyson is a Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Knowledge at Deakin University, and author of the extraordinary book Sand Talk: How Indigenous Knowledge Can Save the World. Originally aired on Tyson’s own podcast, The Other Others, this episode delves into the confluence of Systema and Indigenous thinking, including:As we learned during our first conversation last year (see episode 124), Jan has studied the art and science of movement and combat at the very highest levels – on the theoretical side as an expert in kinesiology and psychomotor therapy, and on the front lines as a world champion karateka; a defensive tactics instructor to military and law enforcement; and as one of the early non-Russian students and instructors of Systema under the legendary Mikhail Ryabko.
This week, an enlightening conversation with veteran Systema, Filipino Martial Arts Instructor Al McLuckie. Al has over five decades of experience in arts ranging from Western Boxing and Kempo Karate, to Eskrima, Kali, Silat, and (of course) Systema. A former instructor for the famous Degerberg Academy of Martial Arts in Chicago, Al’s unique and unparalleled knife skills, in particular, have seen him teaching famous martial artists such as Lee Wedlake, Scott Glenn, and Martin Wheeler, along with workshops for the Lethal Force Institute. Here, we talk about:This week sees the joyous return of veteran instructor, founder of Austin Systema & Tai Chi, and thoroughly decent human being, Gene Smithson. Always an elightening guest, here Gene shares his insights on: