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The Book Of Theanna Updated Edition

Author : Ellias Lonsdale
ISBN : 9781583943373
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Book of Theanna contains a collection of letters written by Ellias, which he began transcribing from Theanna (formerly Sara Lonsdale), his wife and twin soul, shortly after her death. They communicate and commune through a sacred impulse that rises from the Earth and descends from the Heavens. It is this very current that brings forth a path into the Age of Aquaria. In the course of these writings, Sara journeys to Heaven and Hell and the vast Lands in between. She paints vivid pictures of her encounters in each of these realms. Through the teachings she brings ways to break the crystallized shell holding us back from ultimate self-love and forgiveness. Waving the smelling salts through the words, she discusses illness, karma, the dark side, the Lord of Death, Christ, the death minds, and how to awaken to Truth. There is an immense need for Death’s truth to fully reveal itself. What this updated edition carries is a renewed and refreshed revelation—death is a different death than was ever possible before. It can now come forward in a redemptive fashion. Not just another account of life after death, not a channeled book in the usual sense, The Book of Theanna comes to break death’s spell with the power and intensity of Love from across the veil now returned to Earth. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Book Of Theann

Author : Theanna Lonsdale
ISBN : 1459642449
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Before she died, Theanna (then Sara Lonsdale) developed a means to continue communication with her husband Ellias. The Book of Theanna contains Ellias' daily transcriptions of Theanna's words through death's doors. In the course of these writings she discusses the scenery of death; the denials and delusions of the recently dead; and the nature of sexuality, violence, and power as seen from the bracing perspective of the other side. Theanna experienced the many forms of death, including The Death Minds, The Hell Realms, and The Intensity of Love Across the Veil. In a lucid and sober voice reminiscent of Dante's Divine Comedy, she reports on each of these encounters, which include Rudolf Steiner, Jesus Christ, and ''The Lord of Death, '' whom she engages in spiritual battle. Not just another account of life after death, nor a channeled book in the usual sense, The Book of Theanna enacts a virtually unknown and ignored method of spiritual communication. Theanna's principal goal is to make her own process available collectively so that from this point on, people ''will be able to come back from the dead and recognize where we are and that we are.'

2012

Author : Mark Borax
ISBN : 9781556438554
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2012: Crossing the Bridge to the Future is an engaging personal narrative through the author’s apprenticeship with master astrologer William Lonsdale who teaches him how to access a source of great power and creativity buried within the human soul. The book begins in August 1987 on the slopes of Mount Shasta in Northern California as Borax witnesses the Harmonic Convergence, a spiritual and astrological event sparking a 26-year countdown to 2012, the year that marks the “end of history” in the Mayan calendar. Signs indicate that a “major energy shift” is occurring, a turning point in Earth’s collective karma powerful enough to change the global perspective of humankind. Borax’s mountaintop experiences compel him to seek solutions to his personal turmoil. He meets Lonsdale and together they launch a mystery school to study how the twenty-five-year period between 1987 and 2012 can be used for a cosmic purging of negativity to release humanity’s core forces and restore universal balance. En route, Borax and his fellow students discover truths about life after death, karma, reincarnation, past lives, human evolution, and the purpose of our existence on earth. In the tradition of The Teachings of Don Juan, Carlos Castaneda’s tales of his shamanic master, 2012: Crossing the Bridge to the Future is a gripping sorcerer’s apprentice story driven by mystical forces, encouraging readers to expand their everyday awareness and challenge their fundamental beliefs about their place in the universe. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Experiences With The Dying And The Dead

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Channeling

Author : Jon Klimo
ISBN : 9781556432484
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In this study of channeling, earlier called spirit communication or mediumship, Klimo, who teaches at Rosebridge Graduate School in the San Francisco Bay Area, writes with clarity about "the communication of information to or through a physically embodied human being from a source…on some other level or dimension of reality other than the physical as we know it." He profiles recent channels and their sources, goes back to preliterate societies and the advent of monotheism and identifies as channels such figures as Moses, Solomon, Muhammad, Merlin, Nostradamus, Swedenborg and Edgar Cayce. He discusses the sorts of people who are channels, kinds of information channeled, sources of information channeled and varieties of channeling like clairvoyance and automatic writing. According to Klimo, few people tap into their abilities to perform channelingand for those who think they can, he serves as guide.

Gulliver In The Land Of Giants

Author : Anna Grześkowiak-Krwawicz
ISBN : 9781409420347
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Polish-born Józef Boruwlaski was the most famous dwarf of the Enlightenment age. He travelled extensively throughout Europe, appearing and performing at royal courts and salons, before settling in Durham in his later life until his death at the age of 97. His memoirs, published in a bilingual (French and English) version in 1788, show him to have been an intelligent observer of the world he inhabited and explored. The life story of this miniature gentleman is not only interesting in its own right, but also offers a new perspective on the culture of the Enlightenment.

The Anna Quilt

Author : Donna Bender Hood
ISBN : 9781503552197
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When Gus Compton dies, he leaves behind an unbreakable trust regarding the old Compton house, the surrounding land, and the beautiful lake. The Anna quilt has hung in the house for so many years that no one remembers Anna or when the quilt first arrived. Besides, it is old, poorly stitched, and really rather ugly. The death of Gus Compton and the reading of his unusual trust brings out assorted family members, both bad and good. And as Gus's good friend Reese Trainor said, "Gus probably laughed all the way through the Pearly Gates."

Contributions From The Anna M R Lauder Department Of Public Health Yale University School Of Medicine

Author : Yale University. School of Medicine. Dept. of Public Health
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The Book Of Battles Or Daring Deeds By Land And Sea Ed By E Shelton And C Jones

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One Hundred Philistine Foreskins

Author : Tova Reich
ISBN : 9781619022041
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One Hundred Philistine Foreskins centers on the life of Temima Ba'alatOv, known also as Ima Temima, or Mother Temima, a charismatic woman rabbi of extraordinary spiritual power and learning, and an utterly original interpreter of the Hebrew Bible. Temima is revered as a guru with prophetic, even messianic powers—one who dares to raise her woman’s “naked” voice even in the face of extreme hostility by the traditional establishment. Moving between two worlds—Temima as a child in Brooklyn and Temima as an adult in Jerusalem—the story reveals the forces that shaped her, including the early loss of her mother; her spiritual and intellectual awakening; her complex relationship with her father, a ritual slaughterer; her forced marriage; her “ascent” to Israel; and her intense romantic involvements with charismatic men who launch her toward her destiny as a renowned woman leader in Israel. True to Reich’s voice as a satirist of humanity's darker inclinations, the story is rooted in contemporary times, revealing the extreme and ecstatic expressions of religion, as well as the power of religion and religious authorities to use and abuse the faithful, both spiritually and physically, with life-altering and crushing consequences. Cynthia Ozick said of Tova Reich that her “verbal blade is amazingly, ingeniously, startlingly, all-consumingly, all-encompassingly, deservedly, and brilliantly savage.” This has never been more true than in One Hundred Philistine Foreskins, a work of literature sure to be hailed as an immensely authoritative and fearlessly bold tour-de-force.

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