LOST IN THE MIRROR

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Lost In The Mirror

Author : Richard A. Moskovitz
ISBN : 9781589794962
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Borderline personality disorder accounts for almost 25 percent of psychiatric hospitalizations in this country. Lost in the Mirror takes readers behind the erratic behavior of this puzzling disorder, examining its underlying causes and revealing the unimaginable pain and fear beneath its surface.
Category: Health & Fitness

Fuente Ovejuna Lost In A Mirror

Author : Adrian Mitchell
ISBN : 9781849437851
Genre : Drama
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Introduction by Nicholas Dromgoole. Both plays are highly charged emotional works, full of Lope de Vega’s vitality. This adaptation of Fuente Ovejuna was performed in Declan Donnellan’s directorial debut at the Royal National Theatre.
Category: Drama

The Lost Spirit

Author : Victoria Harrison
ISBN : 9781483665443
Genre : Fiction
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Lucy Benjamin had been living an ordinary life until now but now faced with the tragic loss of her husband (who has just been killed in a freak, car accident). She is forced into identifying her husbands body and arranging his funeral which is unbearable but by putting one foot in front of the other she gets through the worse moment of her life. It is at this moment that a strange, cloaked man turns up un-expectantly in her life and he opens a doorway into a very extra-ordinary life which takes her on the journey of a lifetime to a different life in Somerset where magic and mystery lie. The ultimate journey finally begins when she travels through time and space though a magical mirror. She travels to far off places and ancient spiritual civilisations where spiritual secrets await. This is the first book in the trilogy where Lucy Benjamins adventure begins.
Category: Fiction

The Mirror Of Lost Souls

Author : Drac Von Stoller
ISBN : 9781476106953
Genre : Fiction
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Susie Jackson loved playing dress up in her deceased Aunt Sarah's attic in front of the antique mirror. Susie's father inherited his sister Sarah's Victorian home after her disappearance. Susie always thought her Aunt Sarah was a school teacher. Sarah had no idea that her Aunt practiced Black Magic in the attic. Legend has it that the Sarah bought an antique mirror from a Witch. The Witch told Sarah the mirror has powers of evil. This excited Sarah because she too was a practicing Witch and was only interested in the evil side of Witchcraft. Sarah bought the mirror from the Witch and took it home with her to put in her attic. It is said that on a stormy Halloween night Sarah crossed the line with conjuring up the dead. But the dead didn’t care about Sarah's plans with the dead.
Category: Fiction

The Covered Mirror A Lost Library Halloween Short

Author : Kate Baray
ISBN : 9781524288082
Genre : Fiction
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An abandoned antique rediscovered leads to magical mischief Fiona is terrified she's inherited a cursed mirror from her beloved aunt. But is the mirror truly cursed? Or has her imagination run amok on Halloween? Fiona may have stumbled upon a magical mystery that she's too frightened to solve. The Covered Mirror is a short story of approximately 30 printed pages. ***Previously published in the Mirror, Mirror collection.***
Category: Fiction

Atlantis And The Coming Ice Age

Author : Frank Joseph
ISBN : 9781591437833
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Reveals the parallels between the rise and fall of Atlantis, cultures in ancient Mesoamerica, and our modern civilization • Links the demise of Atlantis with the birth of the Olmec civilization in Mexico, the beginning of the first Egyptian dynasty, and the start of the Mayan Calendar • Reveals the Atlantean and Mayan prophecy of an eternal cycle of global creation, destruction, and renewal and how we are headed into a destructive phase • Shows how ancient prophecies correlate precisely with the latest climatology studies, the rising incidence of solar flares, and papers from Pentagon and NASA analysts With the passing of the Mayan Calendar’s end date we can now focus on the true significance of what the Maya and their predecessors were trying to convey to future civilizations. Frank Joseph reveals how the Mayan prophecy, symbolized by their calendar, was created through the combined genius of Atlantis and Lemuria and predicts an eternal cycle of global creation, destruction, and renewal. He shows how this cycle correlates precisely with scientific studies on glacial ice cores and predictions from the Hopi, the Incas, and the Scandinavian Norse as well as the visions of Edgar Cayce. He links the demise of Atlantis with the birth of the Olmec civilization in Mexico (the progenitors of the Maya), the beginning of the first Egyptian dynasty, and the start of the Mayan Calendar. Drawing on the latest climatology studies and papers from Pentagon and NASA analysts, he reveals that we are on the brink of a destructive phase in the global cycle of change as predicted by the Atlanteans and the Maya. The world’s current political, economic, and cultural deterioration is paralleled by unprecedented storms and record temperatures, massive solar flares, tectonic disturbances, and fissuring sea floors that could release dangerous reservoirs of methane gas into the environment--all of which signals we are headed into another ice age. Despite the Atlanteans’ greater understanding of the cyclical nature of catastrophes and of the human role in them, Joseph reveals the mistakes they made that played a crucial role in their civilization’s destruction. By recognizing the self-destructive patterns of Atlantis in our own civilization, we can learn from their mistakes to reestablish civilization’s cosmic balance before time runs out.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Heaven S Mirror

Author : Graham Hancock
ISBN : 0140289259
Genre : Astronomy, Ancient
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On an astounding odyssey of the world's oldest and most sacred sites, from the pyramids of ancient Egypt to the enigmatic statues of Easter Island, from the haunting ruins of South American cities to the beauty of Angkor Wat, Graham Hancock puts forward compelling evidence to show that the cultures we term ancient were in fact the heirs to an older lost civilisation, and the inheritors of it archaic wisdom. Heaven's Mirror re-examines the significance of the precise astronomical patterns of the great ancient sites and asks why monuments, such as those at Giza and Angkor, mirror whole constellations on the ground. It draws inescapable conclusions about the world before known history began, and it reveals the existence of an ancient cult which may hold the secret of immortality. 'A journey through myth and magic that forces us to rethink our conception of the origins of our civilization and our spirituality.' Daily Mail, Top ten books that could change your life
Category: Astronomy, Ancient

To Lift A Mirror For What You Ve Lost

Author : Nangy Ghafarshad
ISBN : 1937592146
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When we entered Afghanistan airspace, the mountainous terrain full of snow reminded me of when I flew over them as an air force pilot. Where I live in the United States, I am close to a mountain range where it snows during the winter, but these mountains, of my native land, are very different. Seeing them took me back to another time in my life. It reminded me of the people who live around these mountains in the most primitive way of life with roots so deep and structured by tradition that they are perversely proud that the most powerful nation of the world, the United States, has difficulty understanding why they behave the way they do. We landed at Kabul International Airport. Things looked very different from what I remembered from forty years before. It did not look like the same country I left so long ago. Everything was filthy and broken. My wife, Fahima, and I couldn't hold back our tears. Through them we saw our country, which besides being primitive, was now ruined. The innocence of the country that I knew was gone. When we got out of the airplane, my cousin Mary (Mauree jan Ashraf) was waiting for us with a car. She warned me not to hug and hold her like we used to. Unlike the way she dressed while in the west, she was now covered from head to toe. The road to Kabul was totally different; many traffic circles and shack-like stores all around the street. Most buildings had barbed wire surrounding them for safety. One traffic circle named after the Soviet war hero Ahmad Shah Massoud (according to what I heard) was the most dangerous where suicide bombers (a tactic from Iraq) got close to a car they suspected was carrying foreigners, then blew up themselves and the cars around them. Check points by coalition and Afghan security forces were all around us. We headed toward the house where my cousin lived, which was next to the palace. I remembered the palace and the streets around it but I couldn't tell where I was. Most of the roads were barricaded and unrecognizable, barbed wire and guards were everywhere. To my disappointment I couldn't find my own home-where I was raised as a boy. The roads were blocked and when we got out of the car there were beautiful kids begging everywhere. As we passed by every corner, the flashback of my youth, my friends, our playgrounds; nothing matched-nothing I saw was the same. Fahima, and I cried for days for what was lost. I think it was at that point, even if only subconsciously at the time, when I knew I must write this story. It's largely about me and my family; where we came from, some of our past and present-and some about the future. Throughout it you'll find a message of faith and belief in one's self and in following your heart. And it's about doorways that we step through in life. It's been said, "When one door closes, another one opens." I believe this to be true-it has been so for me personally. It is sad that for Afghanistan those doors continue to lead to tenuous structures often without walls and ceilings; no roof, no stability. Just an opening that exposes its people to any number of outside influences and interference. To understand more of how and why that is so, in this story, I've included some of Afghanistan's past, present and thoughts on its future as well. I hope that you will sit for a while, read my story and even listen to the words and what they share with you. For the reader I promise that there are things you will glean from the reading and that you will learn about Afghanistan you did not know before.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Lost Self

Author : Todd E. Feinberg M.D.
ISBN : 9780198038641
Genre : Medical
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The Lost Self: Pathologies of the Brain and Identity is an in-depth exploration into one of the most mysterious and controversial topics in neuroscience, neurology, psychiatry, and psychology-namely, the search for the biological basis of the self. The Lost Self is a guide to understanding how the brain creates who we are, and what happens when things go wrong.
Category: Medical