The Quickening

Author: Stuart Wilde
Editor: Hay House, Inc
ISBN: 1401933092
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"The Quickening" is the fourth in a series of books on self-empowerment by Stuart Wilde. It discusses the power of the ancient Warrior-Sages, and it teaches you etheric (Life Force) and psychological techniques for consolidating your energy. "The world of the common man is about to unravel, like never before. I seek the attention of those that are strong and getting stronger. It is only through the power of these "individuals" that the spirituality of the world will survive the hurricanes of change. There is little time." (Stuart Wilde).

The Quickening

Author: Michelle Hoover
Editor: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590513606
Size: 15,69 MB
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Enidina Current and Mary Morrow live on neighboring farms in the flat, hard country of the upper Midwest during the early 1900s. This hardscrabble life comes easily to some, like Eddie, who has never wanted more than the land she works and the animals she raises on it with her husband, Frank. But for the deeply religious Mary, farming is an awkward living and at odds with her more cosmopolitan inclinations. Still, Mary creates a clean and orderly home life for her stormy husband, Jack, and her sons, while she adapts to the isolation of a rural town through the inspiration of a local preacher. She is the first to befriend Eddie in a relationship that will prove as rugged as the ground they walk on. Despite having little in common, Eddie and Mary need one another for survival and companionship. But as the Great Depression threatens, the delicate balance of their reliance on one another tips, pitting neighbor against neighbor, exposing the dark secrets they hide from one another, and triggering a series of disquieting events that threaten to unravel not only their friendship but their families as well. In this luminous and unforgettable debut, Michelle Hoover explores the polarization of the human soul in times of hardship and the instinctual drive for self-preservation by whatever means necessary. The Quickening stands as a novel of lyrical precision and historical consequence, reflecting the resilience and sacrifices required even now in our modern troubled times.

The Quickening

Author: Francis Lynde
Editor: tredition
ISBN: 3847208527
Size: 19,87 MB
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This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.

The Quickening

Author: Yvonne Heidt
Editor: Bold Strokes Books Inc
ISBN: 1626390142
Size: 14,69 MB
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Tiffany Curran has the ability to read places and people by touch, and although it’s a gift she uses to help people, it’s also a curse that prevents her from having much human contact. She tries to keep life simple, but that all changes when Katerina Volchosky calls in the Sisters of Spirits paranormal team for help. Kat is tired of reporting about violence in the city and vows this story is her last. She is hoping that S.O.S. can connect with a serial killer’s victims to help provide clues. When she meets Tiffany, she dreams of a promise made centuries ago to a flame-haired priestess. Ancient whispers of curses and witches haunt Tiffany’s nightmares, and the closer she and Kat get to the murderer, the louder the whispers get. Worse, Tiffany has a horrific suspicion she might know who the killer is.

The Age Of The Quickening

Author: L. A. Huff, Ph.d.
Editor: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434962326
Size: 15,25 MB
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The Quickening

Author: Stephen Brady
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595126707
Size: 13,51 MB
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A young man is brutally ripped apart in a vacation cabin. His girlfriend turns up dead a week later. And the local police are frightened by the way she was tortured and murdered. Former Philadelphia cop Derek Sanderson is assigned what looks like a simple murder, until he gets the autopsy report back and realizes he is chasing a faceless monster who will stop at nothing to satisfy his twisted needs. Sanderson is the only cop who can see the one simple clue the serial killer leaves behind. But he is used to doing things his way and bending as many rules as possible to get his job done. This time his impulsiveness may backfire on him and not only leave him out in the cold but also leave a clear path for the killer to take away someone he is very close to. The Quickening is a heart-stopping thriller that will keep you turning the pages, as Sanderson unveils one desperate clue after another. In a bone-chilling finale, that will have you checking the locks on your doors, Sanderson must track down the madman before it is too late.

The Quickening

Author: Julie Myerson
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448149983
Size: 13,53 MB
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Rachel and Dan want to go somewhere hot in January. Recently married and expecting their first baby, they decide on an island in the Caribbean. Why not turn it into a honeymoon, Dan says? A holiday in paradise. It ought to be perfect. Except that, for Rachel, it's not. Things take a sinister turn as soon as they arrive. As furniture shifts and objects fly around, as a waitress begs her to leave and a fellow guest makes her increasingly uneasy, Rachel realises everything she holds most dear is at stake and nothing is quite as it seems...

The Quickening Maze

Author: Adam Foulds
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1409077179
Size: 20,23 MB
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Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize After a lifetime's struggle with alcohol, critical neglect and depression, in 1840 the nature poet John Clare is incarcerated. The asylum, in London's Epping Forest, is run on the reformist principles of occupational therapy. At the same time, the young Alfred Tennyson, moves nearby and became entangled in the life of the asylum. This historically accurate, intensely lyrical novel, describes the asylum's closed world and Nature's paradise outside the walls: Clare's dream of home, of redemption, of escape.

The Quickening

Author: Art Bell
Editor: Paper Chase
ISBN: 9781879706712
Size: 18,17 MB
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With characteristic accuracy and an insight gained from years of being in tune with the public, Bell presents a critical guide to the 21st century.

Time Of The Quickening

Author: Susan B. Martinez
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1591439752
Size: 16,51 MB
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A guide to the science of prophecy, why so many predictions never come to pass, and the Golden Age ahead • Presents a mathematical means of divining the future, revealed in the Oahspe Bible, using the Egyptian Tables of Destiny, a 12,000-year-old system so exact it can foretell every day of the year • Reveals that we are not headed for Rapture and the Apocalypse but for “the Quickening,” the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age • Examines the cycles of history and explains why many prophecies have not come true Reviewing the cycles of history from biblical times to the present and prophecies of the future from Nostradamus to Edgar Cayce and Jeane Dixon, Susan B. Martinez reveals that our current “time of troubles” is not the beginning of Rapture, the Apocalypse, or Armageddon, but of the embryonic stage of a Utopian Age--the “Quickening” of the human race. Reviving the lost science of prophecy, Martinez explains why so many “great prophecies” have failed and presents the 12,000-year-old Egyptian system of prediction so exact it can foretell every day of the year, a method based not on the planets, astrology, or intuition but on Earth’s magnetic rhythms. Using Earth science, historical research, religious texts, spiritualism, and patterns within the cycles of war and political milestones, she demonstrates that the past is the hidden key to the future and uncovers the prophetic numbers of Earth’s cycles--11, 33, 99, and 363--as set forth in the Egyptian Tables of Destiny, ancient texts brought to light by the 19th-century Oahspe Bible. Explaining how readers can use the Tables of Destiny to make their own predictions of the future, she presents her own forecasts of the risks and costs of technological progress, the destiny of America, the up-and-coming global religion, the truth behind climate change and the cause of earthquakes, and the true life expectancy of planet Earth as well as offering a preview of the Paradigm Shift and Golden Age ahead, a time of global unity and awakening of the soul of the world.