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Dr. Oskar Adler: A Complete Man (1875-1955) Paperback – January 24, 2012
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Amy Shapiro has studied with many sages, and partnered with them to create original works, or to carry their work forward, in addition to original books of her own. She holds an M. Ed. in Counseling Psychology, and trained at Boston School of Astrology, Hwa Yu Institute of T'ai Chi, Harvard's Mind-Body Institute, New England Society for Clinical Hypnosis. Besides being an author and publisher, she is an astrologer, past life therapist and nutrition consultant. To learn more, visit www.NewAgeSages.com.
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It appears that Ms. Shapiro does not speak German and had to rely on various non-native speakers of English to translate the numerous German letters included in the text. This fact obviously contributed to the tremendous difficulty of organising such a large amount of material. "Dr. Oskar Adler, A Complete Man" needs to be translated into German and read everywhere in Austria, most especially in Vienna. Maybe they would then finally decide to publish his brilliant book on music theory, "A Critique of Pure Music."