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What Lies Beyond The Stars

Author: Micael Goorjian
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
ISBN: 1401946755
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“Something in me knows of a life I was meant to live but for whatever reason, I have not . . . ” Words that ring painfully true for Adam Sheppard, a San Francisco programmer who has spent the vast majority of his 30-something years lost in the dim glow of a computer screen. On the verge of a psychotic break, Adam begins to have a recurring dream of his early childhood and the hauntingly rustic town of Mendocino, California, where he grew up. Convinced he has left something behind there, something vital to his present sanity, Adam walks away from his current life to figure out what that is. One evening, out on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Adam has a chance encounter with a mysterious woman, only to later realize that she may be a long forgotten childhood friend. The coincidence of their reunion only deepens as Adam discovers that the woman has also returned to Mendocino due to a recurring dream, eerily similar to his own. Lost soulmates drawn together through time and space, or perhaps their meeting is only the beginning of a much deeper mystery. As Adam awakens to the possibility that his life could be destined for more than a bleak virtual wasteland, he soon finds himself a crucial pawn in a game that pits forces intent on enslaving the human spirit against those few quixotic souls who still search for meaning, beauty, and magic in the world.

Wild Men Wild Alaska

Author: Rocky McElveen
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418578436
Size: 49.27 MB
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In Wild Men, Wild Alaska professional hunting and fishing guide and outfitter Rocky McElveen tells the stories of his own adventures as well as those of some of his well-known clients. The book takes readers directly into the Alaskan bush, and shares the intense challenges of a majestic wilderness that pushes a man to his limits.

Psychic Diaries

Author: Lysa Mateu
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060559667
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The medium star of MTV's Breakthrough shares her personal views and a range of life lessons as learned from the spirits of the dead, describing her encounters with individuals who sought to contact departed loved ones. 50,000 first printing.

The Truth Behind Truth

Author: Sherif A. El-Mawardy
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468555782
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Humans ask this question frequently, what is love?! A lot of us believe that we know the true meaning of the word, while in reality; it is a word that has a lot of definitions according to each person’s point of view. Some think that love can be told by words, others think it’s something felt by actions. But the problem isn’t in the meaning of the word. The real question is how far could you go for someone you love? To what extent would you endure and bear the pain subjected by the one you love? When is it time to let go?! Is it possible? "Ironic isn’t it, we ignore the ones who adore us, adore the ones that ignore us, love the ones who hurt us, and hurt the ones that love us?!"~ Jordan Neil Yet, sometimes that hurt makes us blind to see the truth. Or maybe what you think is the truth, is actually the camouflage of the truth. Sometimes the truth isn’t on the surface. You have to see what lies beyond that...You have to look for the truth behind truth.

The Mysterious Epigenome

Author: Thomas Woodward
Publisher: Kregel Publications
ISBN: 0825488826
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In this creative and inventive treatment, authors Thomas E. Woodward and James P. Gills take readers on an exploration of the human epigenome. Acting as tour guides leading visitors through a 3-D model of a human cell, Woodward and Gills bring to life the human molecular makeup. Readers (as visitors) will get up close and personal with the minute details of human molecular structure, including E. coli, flagellum, a DNA helix, an RNA molecule, and more. By seeing it with their own eyes, readers will gain a better understanding of their genetic systems and a better appreciation for the Creator who put this all into place.

What Lies Behind

Author: J.T. Ellison
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488050163
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The fourth riveting novel featuring the incomparable Dr. Samantha Owens, by critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling author J.T. Ellison “WHAT LIES BEHIND grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go. Ellison is a great talent—enjoy.” —Catherine Coulter, # 1 New York Times bestselling author Waking to sirens in the night is hardly unusual for Sam Owens. No longer a medical examiner, she doesn’t lose sleep over them, but a routine police investigation in her neighborhood has her curious. When her homicide detective friend, Darren Fletcher, invites her to look over the evidence, she immediately realizes the crime scene has been staged. What would seem to be a clear case of murder/suicide is anything but. The discovery of toxic substances in hidden vials indicates that something much more sinister is at play… As Fletch and Sam try to understand what and who they are dealing with, they are summoned to a meeting at the State Department. High-level officials are interested in what they know and, as the threat of bioterrorism is exposed, seem to be keeping secrets of their own. Unsure who to trust, Sam and Fletch find themselves up against very powerful people at every stage in the investigation. It’s Sam’s most complex case yet, and the terrifying reality is beyond anything she could have imagined. Originally published in 2015

What Lies Between Us

Author: Nayomi Munaweera
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466842288
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In the idyllic hill country of Sri Lanka, a young girl grows up with her loving family; but even in the midst of this paradise, terror lurks in the shadows. When tragedy strikes, she and her mother must seek safety by immigrating to America. There the girl reinvents herself as an American teenager to survive, with the help of her cousin; but even as she assimilates and thrives, the secrets and scars of her past follow her into adulthood. In this new country of freedom, everything she has built begins to crumble around her, and her hold on reality becomes more and more tenuous. When the past and the present collide, she sees only one terrible choice. From Nayomi Munaweera, the award-winning author of Island of a Thousand Mirrors, comes the confession of a woman, driven by the demons of her past to commit a single and possibly unforgivable crime. Praise for Island of a Thousand Mirrors: "The paradisiacal landscapes of Sri Lanka are as astonishing as the barbarity of its revolution, and Munaweera evokes the power of both in a lyrical debut novel worthy of shelving alongside her countryman Michael Ondaatje or her fellow writer of the multigenerational immigrant experience Jhumpa Lahiri." - Publishers Weekly "The beating heart of Island of a Thousand Mirrors is not so much its human characters but Sri Lanka itself and the vivid, occasionally incandescent, language used to describe this teardrop in the Indian Ocean." - The New York Times Book Review

Mystic Warrior

Author: Edwin Harkness Spina
Publisher: Edwin Harkness Spina
ISBN: 097458715X
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The DaVinci Code meets The X-Files as selfless mystics use advanced psychic abilities to battle terrorists, mercenaries and the power elite, with the fate of millions hanging in the balance.Mystic Warrior won the 2005 Independent Publisher Book Award Winner for Visionary Fiction and a 2008 Nautilus Silver Book Award Winner for Fiction/Visionary Fiction. (Deepak Chopra won the Nautilus Gold that year.)Alec Thorn is a thirty-something go-getter looking to make it big. When a key business ally dies suspiciously, his dream is shattered. Sophie, an eccentric florist, mysteriously leads him to a discovery that will change his life forever -- the leader of an elite group of mercenaries has a personal vendetta against him and wants him dead.Ominously, the mercenaries are threatening to auction off a nuclear device to fanatic terrorists bent on world destruction. Aided by Sophie and a rogue bounty hunter, Thorn begins a desperate race against time to develop his "spiritual muscles" and survive in a world he had no idea even existed and where his previous beliefs about time and space no longer make sense.Thorn's spiritual transformation reveals an unknown world of selfless mystics working behind the scenes using advanced psychic abilities to battle terrorists and the power elite. This unassuming entrepreneur-turned-mystic-warrior battles against seemingly insurmountable odds with the fate of millions hanging in the balance.

Beatrice

Author: Michael Goorjian
Publisher: Hay House Visions
ISBN: 9781401942687
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"Something in me knows of a life I was meant to live but for whatever reason, I have not . . . " Words that ring painfully true for Adam Sheppard, a San Francisco programmer who has spent the vast majority of his 30-something years lost in the dim glow of a computer screen. On the verge of a psychotic break, Adam begins to have a recurring dream of his early childhood and the hauntingly rustic town of Mendocino, California, where he grew up. Convinced he has left something behind there, something vital to his present sanity, Adam walks away from his current life to figure out what that is. One evening, out on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Adam has a chance encounter with a mysterious woman, only to later realize that she may be a long forgotten childhood friend. The coincidence of their reunion only deepens as Adam discovers that the woman has also returned to Mendocino due to a recurring dream, eerily similar to his own. Lost soulmates drawn together through time and space, or perhaps their meeting is only the beginning of a much deeper mystery. As Adam awakens to the possibility that his life could be destined for more than a bleak virtual wasteland, he soon finds himself a crucial pawn in a game that pits forces intent on enslaving the human spirit against those few quixotic souls who still search for meaning, beauty, and magic in the world.

A Traveler S Guide To The Afterlife

Author: Mark Mirabello
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1620555980
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A grand survey of the world’s death and afterlife traditions throughout history • Examines beliefs from many different cultures on the soul, heaven, hell, and reincarnation; instructions for accessing the different worlds of the afterlife; how one may become a god; and how ethics and the afterlife may not be connected • Explores techniques to communicate with the dead, including séance instructions • Includes an extensive bibliography of more than 900 sources from around the world Drawing on death and afterlife traditions from cultures around the world, Mark Mirabello explores the many forms of existence beyond death and each tradition’s instructions to access the afterlife. He examines beliefs on the soul, heaven, hell, and reincarnation and wisdom from Books of the Dead such as the Book of Going Forth by Day from Egypt, the Katha Upanishad from India, the Bardo Thodol from Tibet, the Golden Orphic Tablets from Greece, Lieh Tzu from China, and Heaven and its Wonders and Hell from Things Heard and Seen from 18th-century Europe. Considering the question “What is Death?” Mirabello provides answers from a wide range of ancient and modern thinkers, including scientist Nicholas Maxwell, the seer Emanuel Swedenborg, 1st-century Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna, and Greek philosopher Euripides, who opined that we may already be dead and only dreaming we are alive. He explores the trek of the soul through life and death with firsthand accounts of the death journey and notes that what is perceived as death here may actually be life somewhere else. He reveals how, in many traditions, ethics and the afterlife are not connected and how an afterlife is possible even without a god or a soul. Sharing evidence that consciousness is not simply a product of the brain, he offers a strong rebuttal to nihilists, materialists, and the Lokayata philosophical school of India who believe in the “finality” of death. He explains how specters and ghosts are produced and offers techniques to communicate with the dead as well as instructions for an out-of-body experience and the complete procedure for a séance. With an extensive bibliography of more than 900 sources, this guide offers comprehensive information on afterlife beliefs from the vast majority of cultures around the world and throughout history--a veritable “traveler’s guide” to the afterlife.