Keepers Of The Garden

Author: Dolores Cannon
Editor: Ozark Mountain Publishing
ISBN: 0963277642
Size: 11,39 MB
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Dolores Cannon uses information obtained from regressive hypnosis to formulate a provocative viewpoint on the ancient astronaut theory of human origins. Her findings indicate that the earth was seeded eons ago by travellers from outer space. These visits by ancient extraterrestrials did not end with their intervention in human evolution. They have continued up to the present day resulting in a whole class of contemporary humans who have been subject to alien abduction.

The Keepers Of The Garden

Author: Pauline Styles
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462869244
Size: 15,89 MB
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This story is about a young girl inheriting and carrying on a legacy of a garden handed down to her by her grandmother. The young girl learns so much from and about her grandmother and the earlier generations that brought this garden to life, and learns the most sacred secret she has ever had to keep. Her belief and faith in the KEEPERS OF THE GARDEN is vital for their growth and survival. Her task gives her strength to find, within herself, the most precious gift ever given; Believing is the beginning in ones walk of life.

Desiderata Curiosa Or A Collection Of Divers Scarce And Curious Pieces Relating Chiefly To Matters Of English History

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Journal Of The Asiatic Society Of Bengal

Author: Asiatic Society of Bengal
Size: 13,27 MB
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Keeper Of The Celtic Secrets

Author: Betty Rhodes
Editor: Betty Rhodes
ISBN: 159800283X
Size: 14,53 MB
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WRITTEN AS A BOOK OF FICTION - BUT IS IT Revealed in this book, is the mystery behind the Missing Link, the answer to the 'creation or evolution' question, the origins of the races, the origins of Rh-Negative blood; the Red Thread, the Origin of the Hebrew people, the wandering planet of Hibiru - yes, Hibiru, and much more. See, how patterns can reveal the future, what the Garden of Eden really was, and learn about the ancient Gods of Sumer, the Mazzaroth trail, and much more. This book has a heart wrenching love story, and is full of mystery, danger, and excitement, but more importantly, it contains the unveiling of secret knowledge from some old secret journals. Journals, scribed in 1650, have passed down to 'the keeper of the secrets', Samantha O'Brian, who decides to share these amazing secrets with the world. These secrets will open your eyes to wisdom so astounding, that you won't believe your eyes.

Edinburgh History Of The Book In Scotland Volume 2

Author: Stephen W Brown
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748650954
Size: 18,64 MB
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The first thorough study of the book trade during the age of Fergusson and Burns.

The Fourth Part Of The Institutes Of The Laws Of England

Author: Sir Edward Coke
Size: 17,99 MB
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Gardens Of The Elder Gods

Author: M. Don Schorn
Editor: Ozark Mountain Publishing
ISBN: 1886940126
Size: 11,63 MB
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The third book of a series based on the elder gods theory of a revised account of human history.

Between Death And Life

Author: Dolores Cannon
Editor: Ozark Mountain Publishing
ISBN: 0963277650
Size: 10,78 MB
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Dolores has accumulated information about the Death experience and what lies beyond through 16 years of hypnotic research and past-life therapy. While retrieving past-life experiences, hundreds of subjects reported the same memories when experiencing their death, the spirit realm, and their rebirth.This book also explores: * Guides and guardian angels* Ghosts and poltergeists* Planning your present lifetime and karmic relationships before your birth* The significance of bad lifetimes* Perceptions of God and the Devil* And much more

Cathedral Of The Wild

Author: Boyd Varty
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 0679604855
Size: 17,46 MB
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“This is a gorgeous, lyrical, hilarious, important book. . . . Read this and you may find yourself instinctively beginning to heal old wounds: in yourself, in others, and just maybe in the cathedral of the wild that is our true home.”—Martha Beck, author of Finding Your Own North Star Boyd Varty had an unconventional upbringing. He grew up on Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa, a place where man and nature strive for balance, where perils exist alongside wonders. Founded more than eighty years ago as a hunting ground, Londolozi was transformed into a nature reserve beginning in 1973 by Varty’s father and uncle, visionaries of the restoration movement. But it wasn’t just a sanctuary for the animals; it was also a place for ravaged land to flourish again and for the human spirit to be restored. When Nelson Mandela was released after twenty-seven years of imprisonment, he came to the reserve to recover. Cathedral of the Wild is Varty’s memoir of his life in this exquisite and vast refuge. At Londolozi, Varty gained the confidence that emerges from living in Africa. “We came out strong and largely unafraid of life,” he writes, “with the full knowledge of its dangers.” It was there that young Boyd and his equally adventurous sister learned to track animals, raised leopard and lion cubs, followed their larger-than-life uncle on his many adventures filming wildlife, and became one with the land. Varty survived a harrowing black mamba encounter, a debilitating bout with malaria, even a vicious crocodile attack, but his biggest challenge was a personal crisis of purpose. An intense spiritual quest takes him across the globe and back again—to reconnect with nature and “rediscover the track.” Cathedral of the Wild is a story of transformation that inspires a great appreciation for the beauty and order of the natural world. With conviction, hope, and humor, Varty makes a passionate claim for the power of the wild to restore the human spirit. Praise for Cathedral of the Wild “Extremely touching . . . a book about growth and hope.”—The New York Times “It made me cry with its hard-won truths about human and animal nature. . . . Both funny and deeply moving, this book belongs on the shelf of everyone who seeks healing in wilderness.”—BookPage