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Out Of The Devil S Cauldron

Author : John Ramirez
ISBN : 0985604301
Genre : Christian life
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Have you ever wondered if Satan is real? In his book Out of the Devil's Caldron: A Journey from Darkness to Light, John Ramirez tells the story of how he was trained to be the third-ranked high priest of a satanic cult in New York City-casting powerful witchcraft spells and controlling entire spiritual regions. But what started as a long spiral into the underworld ended in a miraculous encounter with Jesus Christ that changed the course of his life. Let John Ramirez walk you through the dark alleys of this world as he uncovers the hidden secrets of darkness through his powerful testimony. People from all ethnic backgrounds dabble in the occult and fall victim to this satanic underworld, never seeing the way out. John Ramirez is one in a million who made it out. John Ramirez is a sought-out speaker by many who want to hear of his involvement in the highest levels of the occult and how he got out. He speaks at churches, schools, rallies, and conferences-both secular and Christian-and has been a featured guest on TV and radio programs. He can be reached at [email protected]
Category: Christian life

Devil S Cauldron

Author : Michael Jack Webb
ISBN : 9798650394709
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Do you believe in Angels and Demons? What would you do if you discovered your blood is valuable to both of them? A mysterious 10,000-year-old structure buried deep under the ice in the coldest place on Earth. A secret research facility using advanced technology developed by Nazi scientists. Cryptic messages sent to the FBI by a Mischlinge, one of Hitler's Jewish Nazi's, warning the world the Anunnaki, the Nephilim, are about to return. Project Nimrod is close to success. A dire warning, Beware the Devil's Cauldron, catapults Ethan Freeman into another life-threatening journey full of action and adventure. Recovering from ensuring the Light Gate protecting the Angelic Prison known as the Abyss remains closed, he faces even more powerful enemies. A Portal has been opened to an alternate dimension. A parallel universe. But the scientists intending to use it to achieve god-like powers have no idea the evil they've unleashed. Ethan must stop Project Nimrod. If the former Special Forces Ranger fails, humanity will suffer at the hands of unimaginable evil as an ancient conspiracy unfolds. If you like epic battles, angels and demons, and supernatural conspiracy thrillers full of suspense and mystery then you'll love the riveting sequel to Infernal Gates. Can Ethan count on the Archangel Michael to help him again? Will the only remaining Guardian survive? Scroll up and click Read Now or Buy Now to find out.

Unmasking The Devil

Author : John Ramirez
ISBN : 9780768408911
Genre : Religion
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Satanist-Turned-Evangelist Gives You the Inside Strategy to Defeat the Devil’s Plans! Many people, even Christians, deny the devil’s power. John Ramirez doesn’t have that luxury—he experienced the prince of darkness up close and personal. In the impoverished streets of the South Bronx, John Ramirez found “acceptance” from a family of witches and warlocks. These practitioners of dark arts trained him to be a high-ranking satanic priest—a story told in his first book, Out of the Devil’s Cauldron. However, everything changed when he met the living Christ. In Unmasking the Devil, John Ramirez shares an insider view of how satan operates so you can avoid his traps and learn how to: discern between the voice of God that directs to victory and satan’s voice that leads to destruction. close the demonic doors satan uses to enter your life: entertainment, unhealthy relationships, greed, and false religion. activate the spiritual weapons of prayer, intercession, and Scripture to render hell powerless over your life. recognize how the spirits of Jezebel and Delilah attempt to infiltrate the church, create disunity, and render God’s people powerless. No army goes into battle without first knowing the tactics of their enemy. Receive behind-the-scene glimpses of satan’s strategies and equip yourself to live victoriously over the powers of darkness! “Spiritual warfare is a must for every Christian if they are going to survive in the coming years,” says John Ramirez. “It’s time to stop playing patty-cake with the devil and learn how to put hell on notice.”
Category: Religion

Which Witch

Author : Eva Ibbotson
ISBN : 9780330477758
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Which Witch? is a brilliantly witty tale of magic and marriage by Eva Ibbotson, shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal. 'Find me a witch!' cried Arriman the Awful, feared Wizard of the North. Arriman has decided to marry. His wife must be a witch of the darkest powers – but which witch will she be? To find the most fiendish, he holds a spell-casting competition. Glamorous Madame Olympia performs the terrifying Symphony of Death and conjures up a thousand plague-bearing rats. The magic of gentle Belladonna, the white witch, goes hopelessly wrong. She produces perfumed flowers instead of snakes. And bats roost in her golden hair instead of becoming blood-sucking vampires. Poor Belladonna longs to be an evil enchantress – but how? 'This kind of fun will never fail to delight' - Philip Pullman.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Two Boys Trapped In The Devil S Cauldron

Author : Daniel R. Fox
ISBN : 1481790382
Genre : Fiction
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True friendship and love, drives one boy to face intensive physical, emotional and sexual torments as two eighteen year old boys are trapped in a terrifying survival story. As the full moon beckons the Satanists. It is a race against time to save his best friend from being butchered alive by a Satanic cult, intent on using the boy to breed more demonic monsters.
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Navy Army Illustrated

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ISBN : MINN:31951000970574V
Genre : Great Britain
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Devil S Brood

Author : Sharon Kay Penman
ISBN : 1440642397
Genre : Fiction
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A breathtaking and sweeping epic of a family at its breaking point, Devil’s Brood shows how Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine—two monumental figures once bound by all-consuming love—became the bitterest of adversaries... A.D. 1172. Henry II’s three eldest sons conspire against him and align themselves with his greatest enemy, King Louis of France, but it’s Eleanor of Aquitaine’s involvement in the plot to overthrow her husband that proves to be the harshest betrayal. As a royal family collapses and a marriage ends in all but name, the clash between these two strong-willed and passionate souls will have far-reaching and devastating consequences throughout Christendom.
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Indian Names On Wisconsin S Map

Author : Virgil J. Vogel
ISBN : 0299129845
Genre : History
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List of place-names, primarily those names after American Indian tribes or individuals, including some historical information about each person or tribe.
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The Devil Rides Out

Author : Dennis Wheatley
ISBN : 9781448212569
Genre : Fiction
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The aristocratic Duke de Richleau faces new, sinister challenges in this macabre tale of the dark arts. When his good friend Simon Aron's naïve curiosity is tested, the Duke, along with his ever-patient friends Rex Van Ryn, and Richard Eaton, must intricately plot a means of both physical and spiritual rescue. But with Van Ryn's affections for a beautiful woman caught in the web of Satanists, and Eaton's ongoing scepticism, they all risk being brought to the verge of madness through dabbling with the powers of evil. From London to the West Country, the slums of Paris to a Christian monastery, the action of this powerful occult thriller moves with fantastic, compelling force.
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Devils Women And Jews

Author : Joan Young Gregg
ISBN : 1438404794
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Analyzes and illustrates the demonization of women and Jews in medieval sermon stories, retelling over one hundred of these tales in modern English.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


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ISBN : UCBK:B000542474
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War Memorial

Author : Clive Aslet
ISBN : 9780241960660
Genre : History
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Clive Aslet's War Memorial: The Story of One Village's Sacrifice from 1914 to 2003, is a powerful story of those who died in war. Who were the men and women whose names are commemorated on war memorials around the country? Where did they live - and how and why did they die? Such questions usually go unanswered, but this book for the first time unravels the story of one war memorial, in the Dartmoor village of Lydford. Through original documents, Clive Aslet traces in vivid detail the lives of the twenty-two men, and one woman, who made the supreme sacrifice fighting for Britain in the two World Wars, the Falklands and Iraq. The result is an intimate portrait of one corner of the countryside in the twentieth century, and an extraordinary tale of the endurance and bravery of otherwise ordinary people - farmers, masons, railway-workers, landowners, schoolchildren - who, but for the war memorial, would be forgotten. The perfect book for those who loved The Real Dad's Army by Colonel Rodney Foster, War Memorial is about the people who laid down their lives for us, and who will always be remembered. Praise for War Memorial: 'With this book Aslet makes an important contribution to social history... the stories are not tidy portraits of heroism but achingly real portraits of wartime loss experienced by a changing rural community' Daily Express 'Leaves one with a profound sense of the vagaries and cruelties of fate, particularly during times of war' Country Life '[A] fascinating history . . . Aslet tells their stories with great elegance, and though the period has been gone over in exhaustive detail, he still manages fresh insights that bring it to vivid life' Daily Telegraph Clive Aslet is an award-winning journalist and former Editor of Country Life who has spent his career observing Britain and its ways. An authority on British life, he has written several books on the subject - including The Last Country Houses, Landmarks of Britain, and Villages of Britain.
Category: History

Satan S Best Kept Secrets

ISBN : 9781462029341
Genre : Religion
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Do you know that the devil always looks for the weak, ignorant and immature to destroy? See the shocking secret ways Satan is controlling Christian couples’ sex life...! Even if one is not a Christian, bad culture is evident. In the name of our treasured culture, some people thought of passing a law for a Rape Day! Yes, rape as in forced sex... Friend, know the three keys of top secret societies (satanic societies) that lead to their supposed ultimate perfection, enlightenment and global dominion. Your life depends on knowing these traps. Everywhere, children of God are talking about generational curses, but have they ever seen GENERATIONAL BLESSINGS right in the Bible? This is Satan’s ultimate and killer secret! A lot of people have never known Satan’s weakest spot, not even those in his service. Do you? There is only one thing for the devil, D-E-F-E-A-T!
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A Difficult Par

Author : James R. Hansen
ISBN : 9780698157002
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The definitive account of modern golf’s foremost architect from the New York Times bestselling author of First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong Robert Trent Jones was the most prolific and influential golf course architect of the twentieth century and became the archetypical modern golf course designer. Jones spread the gospel of golf by designing courses in forty-two US states and twenty-eight countries. Twenty U.S. Opens, America’s national championship, have been contested on Jones-designed courses. New York Times bestselling biographer James R. Hansen, author of First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong, recounts how an English immigrant boy arrived in upstate New York in 1912, just as golf was emerging as a popular pastime in America. Jones excelled as a golfer, earning admission to Cornell University, whose faculty consented to a curriculum tailored to teach him the knowledge needed to design golf courses. Cornell provided the springboard for an act of self-invention that propelled Jones from obscurity to worldwide fame. Jones believed that every hole should be “a difficult par but an easy bogey.” As gifted as he was at golf design, Jones was equally skilled as a salesman, promoter, and entrepreneur. Golf Digest’s annual rankings of the 100 Greatest Golf Courses have regularly featured about fifty Jones designs, paving the path for his two sons, Robert Jr., and Rees, whose work would carry on their father’s tradition. Hansen examines Jones’s legacy in all its complexity and influence, including the fraternal rivalry of Jones’s distinguished sons.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Beyond Valor

Author : Jon Erwin
ISBN : 9781400216840
Genre : History
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Beyond Valor is one soldier’s extraordinary tale of bravery, heroism, faith, and devotion. "Amazing...A thrilling and poignant story of patriotism that all Americans can be stirred, moved, and encouraged by." -- Gary Sinise On April 12, 1945, a fleet of American B-29 bombers flew toward Japan. Their mission was simple: stop World War II by burning the cities, factories, and military bases of the Japanese em­pire, thereby forcing an unconditional surren­der. Yet the mission did not go as planned. On board one of the B-29s, the City of Los Angeles, a phosphorus bomb detonated inside the plane. Staff Sergeant Henry E. “Red” Erwin absorbed the blast of burning phosphorus yet managed to throw overboard the still-flaming bomb, be­fore collapsing from the third-degree burns over much of his body. Breaking protocol, the plane diverted to a military hospital at Iwo Jima. President Truman quickly ordered that Erwin be awarded the Medal of Honor, the highest honor of the American military, before the young airman died of his wounds. There was just one problem: no Medals of Honor were available in the entire Pacific theater. General Curtis LeMay dispatched a squad of airmen on a 1,000-mile mission to smash their way into a display case and steal a medal to give to Erwin before time ran out. Meanwhile, Red’s courageous young bride set out on her own mission, one of against-all-odds healing. Her success would determine the fate of the twenty-three-year-old warrior--and years later make possible the birth of the book's author: their grandson, Jon Erwin. Drawn from in-depth interviews with eyewitnesses and deep archival research, Beyond Valor is an extraordinary tale of bravery, heroism, faith, and devotion.
Category: History

Wooden Foot

Author : Jim Sprigler
ISBN : 9781598583656
Genre : History
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WOODEN FOOT is a story about the lives of people living from the late 1700's to the mid 1800's in the mountains of Wyoming from the Big Horn Mountains and into what is now Yellowstone Park. This adventure is brought on by the greed of people that wanted to keep up with the fad of Beaver Hats. It killed all of the beavers in the old country and when it was found that there were great numbers of the animals in the new world they almost succeded in eliminating them. It caused hard feeling between the Native Americans and the trappers who infringed on their hunting areas. Some of these trappers (married) Indian women and the marriage lasted as long as beaver stayed plentiful. As soon as the beaver played out the trapper moved on and took up with another Indian woman. Some of these couplings lasted a life-time and were very productive. There were times when the trapper traded in his furs at a rendezvous and after drinking too much bad whiskey and gambling and losing all of his money would gamble away his wife. This is how Jon Crew obtained his woman called Doe Eyes. The Hudson Bay Company from Canada had trappers working the interior of America many years before any American even thought of the idea. It was only the demand for beaver hides from France and England and a depression in the colonies that many people started working the central part of this new nation. It was not a mass exodus of mountain men going into this area. They came as ones and twos at the start and those first trappers came to stay. Money was not what they came for. It was the chance to be free. Totally free from society and from taxes and from people. They were content to be alone or with the red man on the red man's terms. Many did not survive and only a very few made it work. Jon Crew was one of these men and after he lost part of his leg to a bear he became WOODEN FOOT. James Sprigler was born in Centennial Valley a few miles north of Deadwood South Dakota. He was the very last student to go to school in the one room sandstone school called Crook City School Number 1. He attended grade school and high school in Spearfish as well as college. His grand parents came to the Black Hills and settled in Deadwood Gulch near Central City. There is a photo in one of the museums that show an old woman holding a new born baby. That baby was his Uncle Ambrose and the woman, Calamity Jane. Sprigler's roots go deep in the Black Hills and he is quite proud of this fact. Sprigler met his bride while in college and will celebrate his 49th anniversary this spring. She is a wonderful lady and this book is dedicated to her. Sprigler grew up on a ranch and dairy farm where milking cows and riding horses took up most of his time. He tried to make a living in the rodeo business but found he wasn't built for riding horses bareback and he was a terrible saddle bronc rider. He entered the Marine Corps to find his calling. The Core taught him a lot about life and many other things. Sprigler feels that everyone should serve their country in some way for at least two years.
Category: History

Desert Fire

Author : Phil Campion
ISBN : 9780857384423
Genre : Fiction
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Sultan Gadaffi has escaped from Libya with a fistful of dangerous secrets. The British Government want ex-Special Forces operative Steve Range, the go-to man for any Black-Ops missions, to lead an ultra-covert mercenary group to seize him from his near-impregnable desert stronghold. Saed is defended by Tuareg warriors armed to the teeth with stolen NATO hardware. If Range's team can somehow overcome them, then they will earn themselves gold bullion worth $500 million. But as the bullets begin to fly and the body count rises, Range realises that he's been double-crossed. Unwilling to lose the gold, he begins to contemplate cutting a deal with the devil.
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The Handbook Of Dramatherapy

Author : Sue Jennings
ISBN : 9781134876228
Genre : Psychology
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Dramatherapy is being increasingly practised in a range of therapeutic settings and is of growing interest to theatre practitioners and teachers. The Handbook of Dramatherapy brings together five authors who have considerable experience of clinical, artistic and educational work to provide an easy-to-read introduction to the major models of dramatherapy. The authors explain the differences between dramatherapy and psychodrama, discuss its relationship with theatre art, look at assessment and evaluation techniques, and argue the need for more appropriate methods of research for this increasingly popular form of therapeutic treatment. The Handbook of Dramatherapy provides a comprehensive basis for theory and practice and will be an invaluable resource for all students of dramatherapy and theatre.
Category: Psychology

Outdoor Guide To Using Your Gps

Author : Steve Featherstone
ISBN : 1610602811
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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No matter what you're doing in the outdoors, you may need help navigating from place to place-and remembering how to get back. A compass and a map are excellent tools, and knowing how to use them will make it even easier to learn how to use your Global Positioning System unit. The author has been involved with teaching people how to use GPS for many years. In this book he shares the answers to all the questions a novice might ask: What is GPS? How does it work? How accurate is it? Does it work anywhere? Is it for traveling on land as well as on the water? and more. Topics include: straight-line navigation, getting around obstacles, uploading maps and databases, entering waypoints, recording a breadcrumb trail, how to choose a GPS model and caring for your GPS. The step-by-step instructions are accompanied by illustrations and photographs. Actual GPS screens are shown as the user sees them on his or her unit while navigating. In addition to a glossary of GPS terms and definitions, this book has a list of popular manufacturers, a list of software sources and an Index.
Category: Sports & Recreation