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New Earth Rising

Author: Gary Alan Gibson
Publsiher: Trafford Publishing
Total Pages: 506
Release: 2004
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1412027462
Rating: 4.7/5 (62 downloads)

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This 152,000-word novel begins in the Spring of 2010 as two of the world's superpowers plunge into a conflict over the control of a newly discovered deposit of a very rare metal. At the same time, a world-renowned radio astronomer finally comes face-to-face with the fulfillment of a life long dream, just as the funding of his research is nearing its end. The uncertainties of the time lead the central character, Michael Brown, into a series of visions and soul-searching analyses about the universe and his role within it. The introspective process he undertakes makes him ready for the next step -- direct contact with an alien civilization. The initial meeting comes suddenly and in a manner that he never would have expected. He soon learns that the visiting aliens are on a peaceful mission. He also learns that he is a prominent figure in their plans. Under the guidance of a congenial alien ambassador and her wise and compassionate leader. Michael Brown begins an epic journey of spiritual significance. As the story progresses, he learns of how alien culture ascended to inter-galactic prominence through its faith and understanding of the natural laws. Each step of the journey leads him to a higher level of awareness, causing him to view the Creator, and the universe, in a brand new way. Brown's path to enlightenment encompasses numerous mini-adventures that include the abduction of his family by the government, an illness that temporarily renders him comatose and a personal confrontation with evil. These events, and the supernatural experiences that the aliens provide him, serve to prepare him for a future that he never could have imagined. Using highly evolved spirituality and the sophisticated technology at their disposal, the extraterrestrials start a transformation that will ultimately affect the way Earth's people relate to each other. As the story ends, we learn that Michael Brown will be responsible for managing this important transformation. It will be up to him to lead the planet to a new time of peace and harmony in the New Earth Rising.

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A New Earth Rising

Author: Charmian Redwood
Publsiher: Ozark Mountain Publishing
Total Pages: 125
Release: 2015-08-21
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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Charmian shares information about the steps we need to take in order to prepare ourselves and our loved ones to move smoothly into the new world of Peace.

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New Earth Rising

Author: Shannon MacDonald
Publsiher: Ascension Publications
Total Pages: 148
Release: 2021-09-19
ISBN: 9781736510261
Rating: 4.6/5 (12 downloads)

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As politics and pandemics rise within the mainstream of global consciousness, We, the People of Earth Realm Reality, are reclaiming our sovereignty and rightful progress. A CHANNELED BOOK TO HELP SET US FREE! There is a war on consciousness within Earth Realm Reality. Unlike other wars fought on land, water, or sky, this war is fought on the battlefield of false programs and manipulated beliefs. Families, friends, societies, and countries divide, as fear and control-based agendas confuse our minds, steal our livelihoods, destroy our relationships, weaken our will, and harden our hearts. Humankind is taking sides against each other, not understanding or honoring the fact that we are all one human race. Each believing they are right. Most are not looking beyond the programs that are strategically placed within the mainstream of society. Our timeline has been hijacked, and we have been asleep too long. The time has come for reparation. Right now, we have a choice. We can wake up to the power, peace, and possibilities of Divine Illumination or stay imprisoned in the shadows of darkness, fear, limitation, and control. It is a decision many of us have already made in our hearts, yet may not consciously be aware. STARSEED TRANSMISSIONS: A CHANNELED TEXT TO REMIND US OF OUR TRUE HERITAGE AND DIVINE POWER A Starseed and Emissary of The Light, Shannon MacDonald channels vital and urgent Information for Earth Realm inhabitants to wake up and remember. As human consciousness begins to remember and unite in The Light, we rise beyond the false programs of fear and limitation. As we ascend in consciousness, a New Earth Reality rises out of the darkness into The Light. We become liberated as our true timeline and divine destiny are resurrected and restored. DIALOGUE AND URGENT MESSAGES FROM COLLECTIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LIGHT INCLUDING: Tri-Unity Council for the Radiance of The Divine Light The Realm of Niphideon Showers of The Light, Representers of The Divine Angels of Isaiah Ascended Master Consciousness Multidimensional and Inner Dimensional benevolent beings The Galactic Council of Light Ra The Council of Nyne - The Elders of the First Order Soul Guardians of trans-dimensional consciousness TRANSMISSIONS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING TOPICS OF DISCLOSURE AND DISCUSSION: Hybrid Consciousness; Time Bandits of Cosmic Consciousness; Portals of Harmonic Vibration, Interactive Consciousness, and Divine Light; Multidimensional Reality; Love-Light Activation Codes; The Great Event; The Great Reset; Andromeda; Ray of the Open Heart; The Dark Order; The Arc of the Covenant; The Great Awakening; The Great Remembrance; The Great Liberation; God Codes; Fundamental Laws of Realty and False Reality Programs; The Ascension Process; Forgotten Truth; Integration of New Earth Reality, and more. Channeled Messages to inspire humanity to be of right thoughts, words, and actions as we follow Love, radiate Light, and know Truth. Love is the answer. The Truth will set us free.

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Teutonic Mythology (The Complete Three-Volume Edition)

Author: Viktor Rydberg
Publsiher: DigiCat
Total Pages: 542
Release: 2022-12-10
Genre: Young Adult Nonfiction
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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Teutonic Mythology: Gods and Goddesses of the Northland in 3 volumes is a historical work by Swedish author Viktor Rydberg which deals with Germanic tradition and Norse mythology. One of Rydberg's mythological theories developed in this book is that of a vast World Mill which rotates the heavens, which he believed was an integral part of Old Norse mythic cosmology.

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The Mythology of the Northland

Author: Viktor Rydberg
Publsiher: e-artnow
Total Pages: 716
Release: 2020-12-17
Genre: Young Adult Nonfiction
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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The Mythology of the Northland is a historical work by Swedish author Viktor Rydberg which deals with Germanic tradition and Norse mythology. One of Rydberg's mythological theories developed in this book is that of a vast World Mill which rotates the heavens, which he believed was an integral part of Old Norse mythic cosmology.

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Star Origins and Wisdom of Animals

Author: Jacquelin Smith
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 340
Release: 2010-09
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 1452052468
Rating: 4.2/5 (68 downloads)

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Jacquelin Smith is an internationally known animal communicator and psychic who lives in Columbus, Ohio. She is a pioneer in the field of telepathic communication with animals. Jacquelin has been communicating with animals and has worked as a psychic with people professionally for more than thirty years. Since 1972 she s been actively involved in studying animal life and behavior, and teaching workshops. After receiving a B.A., Jacquelin worked as an animal technician and dog trainer, while studying psychology. She is also a board-certified hypnotherapist which has deepened her communication skills with people and animals. She has studied shamanic work for over fifteen years. Jacquelin has communicated with animals in zoological parks and in the wild during her travels in Africa and South America. She has communicated with cats, dogs, horses, dolphins, bats, birds, bears, chimps, rabbits and many other species. She combines telepathic communication with traditional and holistic methods and offers practical ways to resolve a wide variety of issues with animals. Jacquelin has been tracking lost animals for over twenty years with great results. Jacquelin has been communicating with animals, star beings, and interdimensional beings since early childhood. She has taught workshops on animal communication in various cities throughout the United States. Also, Jacquelin has taught workshops on communicating with star beings. She offers apprenticeship programs to people who want to learn how to communicate with animals and with star beings. Her book, Animal Communication Our Sacred Connection, is one of the most comprehensive books on animal communication and animals. Jacquelin s work continues to receive media coverage through radio interviews and television talk shows. For information about private consultations, workshops, apprenticeship programs, DVDs, books, and more visit Jacquelin s website You can email her at [email protected] "

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The Norse Gods and Their Myths

Author: Robert Blumetti
Total Pages: 590
Release: 2019-11-03
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 0359918433
Rating: 4.8/5 (33 downloads)

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Erulian Robert Blumetti explores the nature of the Norse Gods and retells their myths in a contemporary rendition.

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C. S. Lewis and the Inklings

Author: Mark Hall
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 275
Release: 2012-12-18
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1443844314
Rating: 4.4/5 (14 downloads)

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This volume offers essays on a variety of aspects of the inter-related topics of “hiddenness” and “discovery”: literary, biographical, philosophical, and source study. The Inklings that are examined in this anthology are C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Owen Barfield, with two of their literary predecessors and influences that are included under the term “Inklings” in this anthology: G. K. Chesterton and George MacDonald. Readers will find new territory for further exploration of C. S. Lewis and the Inklings in the areas of 1) creative collaboration among the Inklings; 2) genres (for example, the penny dreadful, Christian liturgical poetry); 3) literary influences (H. G. Wells, Dante); 4) linguistics (Tolkien’s “web of words”); and 5) the convergence of literature and theology. Other areas, which readers would find interesting, are medieval cosmology, classical mythology and Nordic mythology in Lewis’s and Tolkien’s works (the pagan mythology of the Greeks and Romans, and the Nordic myth of Ragnarök). Consequently, Lewis’s A Discarded Image was studied by several contributors to substantiate his knowledge on the medieval cosmos.

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The Uprisers

Author: J.C. Gemmell
Publsiher: J.C. Gemmell
Total Pages: 474
Release: 2021-01-11
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1838072829
Rating: 4.2/5 (29 downloads)

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The elimination of Earth’s excess water was crucial to building a better world, providing access to real estate and raw materials. For a thousand years, the ejected ice remained safely stored in Tion’s orbit, and the human population soared. Mike has a licence to move tourists through Tion’s spheres, despite new restrictions in the movement of people and data. His latest clients know nothing of his previous life and relationship to Pazel, or of the voice from his past, tempting him to return. When Mike discovers scattered communities across Tion’s exposed surface, he knows he must confront Pazel. As they descend into the Depths and beyond, the crisis facing Tion becomes clear: the oceanic ice starts to bombard the world. Their journey becomes one of survival, not just theirs, but for hundreds of thousands of billions of consumers. The Uprisers follows desperate people as they are forced to leave the safety of their connected lives behind and rise up toward the surface of Tion.

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Author: J.C. Gemmell
Publsiher: J.C. Gemmell
Total Pages: 281
Release: 2022-03-07
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1838072845
Rating: 4.2/5 (45 downloads)

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Desperate people will do anything to survive. Could a new god be enough to save them? The world survived for a millennium without gods until the devastation and disconnection became unbearable. Heikapu has attained Tion’s surface but needs biotechnology to preserve the behaviour regulators who live there. There is only one guaranteed source, but she cannot locate it in the barren wasteland. In the levels below, an army of fanatics seeks the same thing, but they may have a way to recreate it for themselves. The flood has devastated Tion’s infrastructure, and the central processing facility has failed. Billions of people are disconnected for the first time in their lives and have lost all sense of hope. One faction has a way to provide data to the masses, but it means exploiting the people they depend upon; they have no choice because, without a replacement processor, they cannot recreate Caitlyn’s bioapp. Somewhere on the surface of Tion, a new god is protecting the uprisers. His power may be great, but is the price too high?

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Author: J.C. Gemmell
Publsiher: J.C. Gemmell
Total Pages: 405
Release: 2020-05-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1838072802
Rating: 4.2/5 (2 downloads)

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For a million years, the human population was less than 26,000 people. By the year 2060, ten billion individuals crowded the planet. As humanity faced its greatest challenge, two global corporations merge to deliver a radical solution: the construction of concentric spheres encircling the world. For almost a thousand years, the new world was astonishingly empty, but as the tionsphere approaches capacity, its universal processing service starts to fail, threatening the lives of the obsessively-connected people. Caitlyn and her small team of contract theorists accept the impossible task of understanding why. They discover individuals who seemingly pre-date the tionsphere, including one who plans to destroy everything within Tion’s spheres. Pazel is intent on killing thousands of billions of people to preserve an elite population tailored to his own desires. Set on an immense scale, Tionsphere follows ordinary workers surviving in a world overflowing with people distracted by their technology and threatened by a life without it. “The tension is palpable, the dialogue complex and the artifice of life itself intelligently exposed by those who break the chain. For serious science fiction fans, Tionsphere marks the beginning of a complex new series with plenty to think about long after the intense reading experience is over, and it’s therefore highly recommended for hardcore fans of the genre.” – Readers’ Favorite

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Mediating Criticism

Author: Roger D. Sell
Publsiher: John Benjamins Publishing
Total Pages: 431
Release: 2001-12-07
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9027297959
Rating: 4.7/5 (59 downloads)

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In the twentieth century, literature was under threat. Not only was there the challenge of new forms of oral and visual culture. Even literary education and literary criticism could sometimes actually distance novels, poems and plays from their potential audience. This is the trend which Roger D. Sell now seeks to reverse. Arguing that literature can still be a significant and democratic channel of human interactivity, he sees the most helpful role of teachers and critics as one of mediation. Through their own example they can encourage readers to empathize with otherness, to recognize the historical achievement of significant acts of writing, and to respond to literary authors’ own faith in communication itself. By way of illustration, he offers major re-assessments of five canonical figures (Vaughan, Fielding, Dickens, T.S. Eliot, and Frost), and of two fascinating twentieth-century writers who were somewhat misunderstood (the novelist William Gerhardie and the poet Andrew Young).

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Letters From Christopher

Author: Ruth Mary Tristram
Publsiher: DigiCat
Total Pages: 169
Release: 2022-09-15
Genre: Fiction
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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Ruth Mary Tristram was a British amateur botanist and also a mother of four children, two of whom died at a young age. She believed she could establish the connection with them through automatic writing, which resulted in the works "Letters from Lancelot," dedicated to her son Lancelot who died at the age of eight, and "Letters From Christopher," dedicated to her other son who was killed at the sea when the Valaaren was sunk by German submarine U-229.

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Mornings at the Sepulchre; Or, The Risen Redeemer

Author: John Logan Aikman
Total Pages: 291
Release: 1858
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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