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The Day The Earth Stands Still

Author : Derek P. Gilbert
ISBN : 0999189484
Genre : Religion
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The secret effort behind official disclosure is revealed at last! What if the modern push for official disclosure concerning ETI and UFOs is actually an ancient effort? What if this conspiracy can be traced back to the old gods¿fallen elohim who rebelled against their Creator long ago? What if they¿re planning one final attempt to take control of our planet? Are they evil, or are they benevolent beings offering their assistance?And if they are returning, is it possible to pinpoint the exact date of official disclosure? Noted researchers and authors Josh Peck (Abaddon Ascending, Unraveling the Multiverse) and Derek P. Gilbert (The Great Inception) team up to expose the disturbing truth behind the push for official disclosure. Learn what the Podesta WikiLeaks revealed about those controlling this movement. Discover the identities of the otherworldly beings pulling the strings from the shadows. Determine for yourself, finally, if evangelical Christianity could be compatible with genuine extraterrestrials (the answer might not be what you think).For the first time ever, Gilbert and Peck disclose the reality behind these age-old questions.The Day the Earth Stands Still reveals:What led to the world being primed for ET disclosureThe government¿s involvement from Roswell to todayThe media¿s influence on ET awarenessWhat WikiLeaks revealed about the role of the Pope and previous U.S. presidents in official disclosureThe identities of The Nine and other ET godsThe role of mystical scientism in the UFO phenomenonHow science fiction has contributed to the extraterrestrial gospelWhat current supernatural outer space research has taught humanityHow an ancient entity of chaos has influenced the world since the beginning of timeWhether we can know the exact day these otherworldly beings will returnWhat we can do about all of thisAnd so much more!
Category: Religion

Live Fearlessly

Author : Lenya Heitzig
ISBN : 9781434765222
Genre : Religion
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Do you ever feel like you don’t have what it takes? Like you can’t be as good as those around you? Well, after waiting decades for his time to lead, Joshua had some big shoes to fill. He may have felt slightly intimidated by the task at hand. Joshua’s predecessor, Moses, had a near spotless résumé: he led the Jews out of Egypt, parted the Red Sea, and even conversed directly with God. Not exactly an easy act to follow. Yet Joshua’s fearless confidence in God proved to be more than enough. God used Joshua in miraculous ways. All his life, the people of Israel followed and trusted Joshua’s lead. The Fresh Life series was created by women for women, who crave a profound experience of God’s Word without an overwhelming time commitment. In just 20 minutes a day, you will come to a deeper understanding of the truths of the Bible. With a group or by yourself, use this easy-to-use study to develop a fearless, Joshua-like confidence in God so you can accomplish everything He asks you to do.
Category: Religion

The Day The Sun Stands Still A Translation And Commentary Of Revelation 16

Author : Richie Cooley
ISBN : 9781370229192
Genre : Religion
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This is a new, literal translation of Revelation 16, which describes the very end of the apocalypse. The translation features word studies from the Hebrew Old Testament, the Greek New Testament, and the Septuagint. A brief commentary is also given, from the standpoint of pre-tribulation futurism. This is the new, edited version.
Category: Religion

Fear Itself

Author : Nancy Lusignan Schultz
ISBN : 1557531153
Genre : History
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This collection contains twenty-seven new essays on American paranoia drawn from a range of disciplines, including American studies, film studies, history, literature, religious studies, and sociology. It's arranged by topic and largely in chronological order, explore manifestations of fear throughout the history of the United States. Approaching the topic from a variety of perspectives and methodologies, contributors to the collection explore theoretical constructions of fear, religious intolerance in early American culture, racial discrimination, literary expressions of paranoia, and Cold War anxieties, as well as phobias of the modern age and about the future. Together, these essays cover topics from nearly every period of U.S. history, offering a remarkable picture of the nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror that Roosevelt discerned as such a paralyzing threat on the eve of the Second World War, and which continues to haunt American culture even as we shape our perceptions of the future.
Category: History

Keeping It Real

Author : Jeffrey Talton
ISBN : 9781503551381
Genre : Poetry
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The book is a passionate journey through varied emotions experienced in human life and I'm just keeping it real.
Category: Poetry

A Horrible Experience Of Unbearable Length

Author : Roger Ebert
ISBN : 9781449410254
Genre : Performing Arts
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Presents scathing reviews for over two hundred movies that the reviewer has given a rating of two stars or fewer since 2006.
Category: Performing Arts

Liquid Metal

Author : Sean Redmond
ISBN : 9780231501842
Genre : Performing Arts
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Liquid Metal brings together 'seminal' essays that have opened up the study of science fiction to serious critical interrogation. Eight distinct sections cover such topics as the cyborg in science fiction; the science fiction city; time travel and the primal scene; science fiction fandom; and the 1950s invasion narratives. Important writings by Susan Sontag, Vivian Sobchack, Steve Neale, J.P. Telotte, Peter Biskind and Constance Penley are included.
Category: Performing Arts

Atomic Bomb Cinema

Author : Jerome Franklin Shapiro
ISBN : 0415936608
Genre : Performing Arts
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Unfathomably merciless and powerful, the atomic bomb has left its indelible mark on film. In Atomic Bomb Cinema, Jerome F. Shapiro unearths the unspoken legacy of the bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima and its complex aftermath in American and Japanese cinema. According to Shapiro, a "Bomb film" is never simply an exercise in ideology or paranoia. He examines hundreds of films like Godzilla, Dr. Strangelove, and The Terminator as a body of work held together by ancient narrative and symbolic traditions that extol survival under devastating conditions. Drawing extensively on both English-language and Japanese-language sources, Shapiro argues that such films not only grapple with our nuclear anxieties, but also offer signs of hope that humanity is capable of repairing a damaged and divided world. www.atomicbombcinema.com
Category: Performing Arts

The Day The Earth Caved In

Author : Joan Quigley
ISBN : 9781588366153
Genre : Social Science
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The Day the Earth Caved In is an unprecedented and riveting account of the nation’s worst mine fire, beginning on Valentine’s Day, 1981, when twelve-year-old Todd Domboski plunged through the earth in his grandmother’s backyard in Centralia, Pennsylvania. In astonishing detail, award-winning journalist Joan Quigley, the granddaughter of Centralia miners, ushers readers into the dramatic world of the underground blaze——from the media circus and back-room deal-making spawned in the wake of Todd’s sudden disappearance, to the inner lives of every day Centralians who fought a government that wouldn’t listen. Drawing on interviews with key participants and exclusive new research, Quigley paints unforgettable portraits of Centralia and its residents, from Tom Larkin, the short-order cook and ex-hippie who rallied the activists, to Helen Womer, a bank teller who galvanized the opposition, denying the fire’s existence even as toxic fumes invaded her home. Here, too, we see the failures of major political and government figures, from Centralia’s congressman, “Dapper” Dan Flood, a former actor who later resigned in the wake of corruption allegations, to James Watt, a former lawyer-lobbyist for the mining industry, who became President Reagan’s controversial interior secretary. Like Jonathan Harr’s A Civil Action, The Day the Earth Caved In is a seminal investigation of individual rights, corporate privilege, and governmental indifference to the powerless. Exposing facts in prose that reads like fiction, Quigley shows us what happens to a small community when disaster strikes, and what it means to call someplace home. Praise for The Day the Earth Caved In: "Her scene-by-scene narrative reads like fiction but inspires outrage in the muckraking tradition of Lincoln Steffens and Rachel Carson.” —The New York Times "[A]s a piece of explanatory journalism, The Day The Earth Caved In shines." —Washington Post Book World “It is quite a story.” —The Wall Street Journal “First rate research and journalism combing to tell a sad, often infuriating tale.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred) “ Quigley’s riveting account of the nation’s most devastating mine fire will change the way you think about so-called natural disasters, and the emotions we attach to the places we call home. This is an extraordinary book.” — Sean Wilentz, author of The Rise of American Democracy “Quigley’s tale is a real-life epic of brutally indifferent government, greedy corporations and the unlikely heroes who fight for their basic human rights. It's all here; made in America. You'll feel enraged to know the truth of what happened in our mountains and proud of your fellow Americans who took on Goliath." — John Passacantando, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA “If you can imagine a book that combines the gritty dignity of How Green Was My Valley with the muckraking of Silent Spring, then you have some sense of this deeply affecting work.” — Samuel G. Freedman, author of Upon This Rock “Joan Quigley, the granddaughter of coal miners, has combined meticulous reporting and personal passion to bring us this important book — one that illuminates an underground blaze that many corporate and government officials sought to smother and conceal.” — Gay Talese, author of A Writer’s Life From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Social Science

Ethos

Author : D. T. Gathing
ISBN : 9781469148922
Genre : Poetry
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In this book will find a teen, and adult, a man, and a woman all expressing themselves through the use of common everyday language; but used in a way that hopefully will provoke an extraordinary thought about yourself, another individual, a community, or a nation; How we treat ourselves, how we treat others who we know and do not know, and how we feel about the beauty and chaos that we interact with directly and indirectly. In this book is a mixture of poems related to love, hate, deception, humility, and loyalty, amongst other various topics. At times the poems will be adorable, such as in Cute As. And at other times they will be used to admonish the reader who it may relate to, such as, Keepin it real fake.
Category: Poetry

Predictions For 2015

Author : kurt B. Barkley
ISBN : 9781496961372
Genre : Religion
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Predictions for 2015 Revised Edition Will two great tidal waves, earthquakes, storms, volcano eruptions, terrorist attacks and wars hit the U.S. Eastern Coast Line or Western Coast Line or Mid-West on September 27, 2015? Will Billy Graham and Pat Robertson die on this same date or near it? Will on this same date the earth stop rotating causing three days of darkness then it starts again only to have Venus (=life) to rotate counterclockwise opposite what it rotates now making long life for everyone and the curse of the ground and animals will be gone. Will there be an evil rapture at this time taking every evil person off the earth and their bodies lay on the ground for eagles and vultures to eat? Will massive amounts of gold and oil be found in the U.S. and prospers everyone in the world? Demons and satan will be bound up in hell and/or the U.S. or Iraq for a 1000 years and good angels possess people souls bringing good health of mind, body and soul for a 1000 years. Half of this book was written by November 11, 2011 (11-11-11) and the last three chapters were written by February 14, 2015.
Category: Religion

And That S The Way It Will Be

Author : Christopher Harper
ISBN : 0814736084
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The news media in the late twentieth century has become increasingly sensational and irrelevant to the lives of the American public. Network news shows frequently resemble entertainment programs, and major newspapers often fail to serve the interests of their communities. Young people in particular are casting aside newspapers and television news for computerized information and entertainment. In the wake of this shift, the convergence of digital technology, computing, and telecommunications has given rise to a new form of journalism: digital news. And That's The Way It Will Be argues convincingly that digital journalism has the potential to reverse the decline in prestige of the mainstream media. Focusing on the public's dissatisfaction with traditional communication sources, seasoned journalist Christopher Harper evaluates computers as a means of providing and receiving news and information. Harper profiles some of the key players in the world of digital journalism including Microsoft, America Online, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and Time Warner. He assesses the impact of digital news in poor neighborhoods and the developing world and explores the issues of pornography, privacy, and government regulation of the Internet's news and information system. The volume closes with predictions about the future by presidents of communications organizations, computer experts, network news anchors, software developers, columnists, on-line editors, and Web designers. The first book to focus exclusively on the nature and future of journalism in an electronic age, And That's The Way It Will Be provides a comprehensive look at the emergence, challenges, and promise of digital news.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Therapeutic Revolutions

Author : Martin Halliwell
ISBN : 9780813560663
Genre : Medical
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Therapeutic Revolutions examines the evolving relationship between American medicine, psychiatry, and culture from World War II to the dawn of the 1970s. In this richly layered intellectual history, Martin Halliwell ranges from national politics, public reports, and healthcare debates to the ways in which film, literature, and the mass media provided cultural channels for shaping and challenging preconceptions about health and illness. Beginning with a discussion of the profound impact of World War II and the Cold War on mental health, Halliwell moves from the influence of work, family, and growing up in the Eisenhower years to the critique of institutional practice and the search for alternative therapeutic communities during the 1960s. Blending a discussion of such influential postwar thinkers as Erich Fromm, William Menninger, Erving Goffman, Erik Erikson, and Herbert Marcuse with perceptive readings of a range of cultural text that illuminate mental health issues--among them Spellbound, Shock Corridor, Revolutionary Road, and I Never Promised You a Rose Garden--this compelling study argues that the postwar therapeutic revolutions closely interlink contrasting discourses of authority and liberation.
Category: Medical

Destiny

Author : L.C. Cooper
ISBN : 9781469192260
Genre : Fiction
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Have you ever wondered what destiny has in store for all of us? Take a journey through time with the perspective that things are never what they seem and maybe youll find what youre looking for. Arianna is a young woman looking for answers to questions much like the ones we find ourselves asking more and more. However, she lives in a post-apocalyptic time where the world as we know it has fallen apart. As she sets out on a path of self-discovery, she learns just how different she is. Ever determined to satisfy her curiosity, she finds more than her share of trouble. While we stand amidst a test of humanity, Arianna wants to believe in love and the greater good of mankind. As she endures self-sacrifice and more understanding of our reality, she learns more about herself. The more she is willing to accept who she is, the stronger she becomes. Ultimately, she is the one chosen to show others another way of life.
Category: Fiction

And God Still Stops The Rain

Author : Edgar Nazario
ISBN : 9780595180332
Genre : Religion
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The conclusion of all man's efforts to describe life, are in the words of Solomon… vain. We can give a description of feeling but the description has no happiness, sadness, or fear. It has no courage, no anger ,and no despair. Our description does not feel at all. Feeling can only grow and live in the heart of man and God. So come with me on a journey that begins in the shadow of my memories and will end in the Son's light. The bits and pieces of my life that together form who I am and what God has designed that I am to be. You may find yourself in many parts of my story, perhaps we have more in common than we know, for God is the same God for me that He is for you. God touched me and wants to touch you…
Category: Religion

The Moral Arc

Author : Michael Shermer
ISBN : 9780805096934
Genre : Science
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Bestselling author Michael Shermer's exploration of science and morality that demonstrates how the scientific way of thinking has made people, and society as a whole, more moral From Galileo and Newton to Thomas Hobbes and Martin Luther King, Jr., thinkers throughout history have consciously employed scientific techniques to better understand the non-physical world. The Age of Reason and the Enlightenment led theorists to apply scientific reasoning to the non-scientific disciplines of politics, economics, and moral philosophy. Instead of relying on the woodcuts of dissected bodies in old medical texts, physicians opened bodies themselves to see what was there; instead of divining truth through the authority of an ancient holy book or philosophical treatise, people began to explore the book of nature for themselves through travel and exploration; instead of the supernatural belief in the divine right of kings, people employed a natural belief in the right of democracy. In The Moral Arc, Shermer will explain how abstract reasoning, rationality, empiricism, skepticism--scientific ways of thinking--have profoundly changed the way we perceive morality and, indeed, move us ever closer to a more just world.
Category: Science

Willful Child

Author : Steven Erikson
ISBN : 9781466843615
Genre : Fiction
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From the New York Times Bestselling author Steven Erikson comes a new science fiction novel of devil-may-care, near calamitous and downright chaotic adventures through the infinite vastness of interstellar space. These are the voyages of the starship A.S.F. Willful Child. Its ongoing mission: to seek out strange new worlds on which to plant the Terran flag, to subjugate and if necessary obliterate new life-forms, to boldly blow the... And so we join the not-terribly-bright but exceedingly cock-sure Captain Hadrian Sawback and his motley crew on board the Starship Willful Child for a series of devil-may-care, near-calamitous and downright chaotic adventures through ‘the infinite vastness of interstellar space.' The New York Times bestselling author of the acclaimed Malazan Book of the Fallen sequence has taken his lifelong passion for Star Trek and transformed it into a smart, inventive, and hugely entertaining spoof on the whole mankind-exploring-space-for-the-good-of-all-species-but-trashing-stuff-with-a-lot-of-high-tech-gadgets-along-the-way, overblown adventure. The result is an SF novel that deftly parodies the genre while also paying fond homage to it. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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Mass Culture And Everyday Life

Author : Peter Gibian
ISBN : 0415916755
Genre : Social Science
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Mass Culture and Everyday Life is a collection culled from over fifteen years of lively writing by the contributors to Tabloid, a small but seminal journal that emerged during the first wave of cultural studies in North America. Combining a selection of original Tabloid pieces with a wide range of new work by this group of critics, this book provides a fascinating overview of developments in one of the most vital new academic fields - the study of mass culture as it transforms "everyday life."
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The End That Does

Author : Cathy Gutierrez
ISBN : 9781317488804
Genre : Religion
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Millennial movements have had a significant impact on history and lie behind many artistic and scientific views of the world. 'The End that Does' tracks the interplay of the arts, sciences, and millennial imagination across 3000 years. The volume presents essays ranging across the study of ancient ritualistic sacrifice, utopian technology and the American millennial dream, science fiction, and the apocalypse of the tabloids. The End that Does will be invaluable to any student or scholar interested in the history of millennialism.
Category: Religion