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The Haunted Universe

Author : D. Scott Rogo
ISBN : 1933665157
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Originally published in 1977 by Signet/New American Library.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Haunted Universe

Author : Lauren West
ISBN : 9781491875650
Genre : Fiction
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In the town of Tundra, they had always had a strong connection with the stars and the universe. They guided their lives by mapping the stars and had a deep sense of magical spiritualism. It was not until a galactic force got greedy and started to claim power over the galaxy, Porco, that the town's people of Tundra, gave up their lives to fight the forces of evil. Because, without the stars to guide them, how could they find their way?
Category: Fiction

Haunted Universe

Author : Steven Norquist
ISBN : 1452859663
Genre : Religion
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"NEWLY REVISED EDITION" Haunted Universe is a journey into dark realms, an uncompromising presentation of the real cost of Awakening. Where other books have promised that the path to Enlightenment is one of joy, bliss and self discovery, this book makes no such claims. Haunted Universe does not attempt to gloss over, but actually emphasizes what those who embark on the path of Enlightenment must face about themselves and their lives before they dare make an incautious leap into a state that demands a confrontation with humanity's greatest fear-the loss of self.
Category: Religion

Mack Maloney S Haunted Universe

Author : Mack Maloney
ISBN : 9781628158977
Genre : Reference
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Where is the best place in the United States to see a UFO? Is there a conspiracy by aliens to prevent us from conquering space? Did you know that King Kong was real? Do you know what ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ means? The answers to all these questions and more can be found here, in Mack Maloney’s Haunted Universe. Visit places you never knew existed: The Cursed Subways of Tokyo. The UFO Trail in Chile. The U.S. Navy’s super-secret Caribbean base. The very mysterious M-Triangle. Read about the Poop Monster, the murderous Goatman, the Bloodbeast of North Carolina, the Man-Eating Tree of Madagascar and more. Mack Maloney’s Haunted Universe contains hundreds of stories about ghosts, haunted airplanes and ships, supernatural battlefields, weird weapons, unexplained noises – and a breakdown of every monster in America, state by state. You’ve heard him talk about it on the radio – now read all of Mack’s paranormal research in one, large volume.
Category: Reference

A Companion To American Gothic

Author : Charles L. Crow
ISBN : 9781118608425
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Companion to American Gothic features a collection of original essays that explore America’s gothic literary tradition. The largest collection of essays in the field of American Gothic Contributions from a wide variety of scholars from around the world The most complete coverage of theory, major authors, popular culture and non-print media available
Category: Literary Criticism

Best Ghost Stories Of J S Lefanu

Author : Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
ISBN : 9780486204154
Genre : Fiction
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A compilation of the Victorian master's classic tales of horror reveals his ability to depict the supernatural
Category: Fiction

Wax Museum Movies

Author : George Higham
ISBN : 9781476640112
Genre : Performing Arts
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Spanning over a century of cinema and comprised of 127 films, this book analyzes the cinematic incarnations of the "uncanniest place on earth"--wax museums. Nothing is as it seems at a wax museum. It is a place of wonder, horror and mystery. Will the figures come to life at night, or are they very much dead with corpses hidden beneath their waxen shells? Is the genius hand that molded them secretly scarred by a terrible tragedy, longing for revenge? Or is it a sinner's sanctum, harboring criminals with countless places to hide in plain sight? This chronological analysis includes essential behind the scenes information in addition to authoritative research comparing the creation of "real" wax figures to the "reel" ones seen onscreen. Publicly accessible or hidden away in a maniac's lair, wax museums have provided the perfect settings for films of all genres to thrillingly play out on the big screen since the dawn of cinema.
Category: Performing Arts

Danny Wallace And The Centre Of The Universe

Author : Danny Wallace
ISBN : 9781407062204
Genre : Education
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Danny Wallace wanted to write about a place so special and so crucial to our existence that it had never before been tackled: the Centre of the Universe. But then he realised that getting there might be a problem, and when he did, there'd probably be nothing much to write about. Until he heard about a manhole cover, on a small street, in a small town, tucked away in a remote part of Idaho. The manhole cover had been declared the Centre of the Universe. The mayor had the science to back it up. The town rejoiced. And the name of the town? Wallace. It was a cosmic coincidence Danny couldn't resist...
Category: Education

Proceedings Of The Boston Colloquium For The Philosophy Of Science 1966 1968

Author : Robert S. Cohen
ISBN : 9789401033787
Genre : Science
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The fourth volume of Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science consists mainly of papers which were contributed to our Colloquium during the past few years. The volume represents a wide range of interests in contem porary philosophy of science: issues in the philosophy of mind and of language, the neurophysiology of perceptual and linguistic behavior, philosophy of history and of the social sciences, and studies in the fun damental categories and methods of philosophy and the inter-relation ships of the sciences with ethics and metaphysics. Papers on the logic and methods of the natural sciences, including biological, physical and mathematical topics appear in the fifth volume of our series. We have included in the present volume the first English translation of the classic and fundamental work on aphasia by Carl Wernicke, together with a lucid and appreciative guide to his work by Dr. Norman Geschwind. The papers were not written to form a coherent volume, nor have they been edited with such a purpose. They represent current work-in progress, both in the United States and in Europe. Although most of the authors are philosophers, it is worth noting that we have essays of philosophical significance here written by a sociologist, an anthropologist, a political scientist, and by three neurophysiologists. We hope that collaboration among working scientists and working philosophers may develop further.
Category: Science

The Seance Society

Author : Michael Nethercott
ISBN : 9781250028358
Genre : Fiction
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It's 1956, and Lee Plunkett has taken over the family business as a private investigator despite his reluctance to follow in his father's footsteps. When murder intrudes on a group of ghost seekers, Lee is asked to solve the case by a cop on the verge of retirement. At the urging of his perpetual fiancée Audrey, Lee enlists the help of Mr. O'Nelligan, a scholarly Irishman with a keen eye for solving mysteries. The duo is drawn into a murder investigation involving the "Spectricator," a machine designed to communicate with the dead. Soon, Plunkett and O'Nelligan are knee-deep in a suspect pool that includes a surly medium, a former speakeasy queen, a mysterious Spanish widow, and a whole slew of eccentric servants. Engaging, charming, and smart, The Séance Society by Michael Nethercott is a fresh take on the traditional mystery genre for readers who love original characters, witty dialogue, and a great whodunit. "Nethercott's debut sparkles with a mix of W.B. Yeats and Elvis quotations, well-placed red herrings, and an endearing trio of protagonists."—Library Journal "This clever series opener offers a mid-century take on the traditional drawing-room mystery...There is a sweet charm to this mystery, ensuring that readers will want to see more from O'Nelligan and Plunkett."—Booklist "A classically styled Holmesian whodunit." —Publishers Weekly
Category: Fiction


Author : Mary Anne McIver
ISBN : UOM:39015063588472
Genre : Canadian poetry
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Category: Canadian poetry

William Shakespeare

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : 9781438129426
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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William Shakespeare is defined by his tragedies. His unique ability to create a moral universe complete unto itself lends his characters not only their stamp of authenticity but their bid to eternity as well. New full-length critical essays take up the Bard's tragic dramas, offering new perspectives on the fated lives of King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, Antony, and Cleopatra, and the many other vibrantly flawed personages he introduced to the world stage. This new edition also contains a chronology, a bibliography, an index, and an introductory essay from Yale University's Harold Bloom.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Second Order

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007246643
Genre : Philosophy
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Category: Philosophy

Philosophy Of Education

Author : Philosophy of Education Society (U.S.). Meeting
ISBN : UCAL:B4325834
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

The Myth Of The Closed Mind

Author : Ray Scott Percival
ISBN : 9780812697957
Genre : Philosophy
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“It’s like talking to a brick wall” and “We’ll have to agree to disagree” are popular sayings referring to the frustrating experience of discussing issues with people who seem to be beyond the reach of argument. It’s often claimed that some people—fundamentalists or fanatics—are indeed sealed off from rational criticism. And every month new pop psychology books appear, describing the dumb ways ordinary people make decisions, as revealed by psychological experiments. The conclusion is that all or most people are fundamentally irrational. Ray Scott Percival sets out to demolish the whole notion of the closed mind and of human irrationality. There is a difference between making mistakes and being irrational. Though humans are prone to mistakes, they remain rational. In fact, making mistakes is a sign of rationality: a totally non-rational entity could not make a mistake. Rationality does not mean absence of error; it means the possibility of correcting error in the light of criticism. In this sense, all human beliefs are rational: they are all vulnerable to being abandoned when shown to be faulty. Percival agrees that people cling stubbornly to their beliefs, but he maintains that not being too ready to abandon one’s beliefs is rational.
Category: Philosophy

The Apologetics Of Joy

Author : Joe Puckett Jr.
ISBN : 9781621899617
Genre : Religion
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Among all the arguments for the existence of God there may be none more personal and intimate than C. S. Lewis's Argument from Desire. This book attempts to explain what the Argument from Desire is and why we believe that the argument is an inductively strong one. In the spirit of C. S. Lewis, Augustine, and Pascal, this book invites both the head and the heart of the reader to consider the case for God's existence. While many arguments look out to the external world for evidence of God's existence, this book calls the reader to look inward to the human heart. While learning from classical thinkers (particularly C. S. Lewis) the Argument from Desire will bring both intuition and experience together to demonstrate the truth of divine presence in the world. The reader will walk away with either a newfound faith or a reinforced conviction that has a strong intellectual and experiential dimension.
Category: Religion


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ISBN : UCAL:B3711755
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Video Sourcebook

Author : Thomson Gale
ISBN : 1414400993
Genre : Performing Arts
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From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.
Category: Performing Arts

Civilized Life In The Universe

Author : George Basalla
ISBN : 0198038356
Genre : Science
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This book is a selective and fascinating history of scientific speculation about intelligent extraterrestrial life. From Plutarch to Stephen Hawking, some of the most prominent western scientists have had quite detailed perceptions and misperceptions about alien civilizations: Johannes Kepler, fresh from transforming astronomy with his work on the shape of planetary orbits, was quite sure alien engineers on the moon were excavating circular pits to provide shelter; Christiaan Huygens, the most prominent physical scientist between Galileo and Newton, dismissed Kepler's speculations, but used the laws of probability to prove that "planetarians" on other worlds are much like humans, and had developed a sense of the visual arts; Carl Sagan sees clearly that Huygens is a biological chauvinist, but doesn't see as clearly that he, Sagan, may be a cultural/technological chauvinist when he assumes aliens have highly developed technology like ours, but better. Basalla traces the influence of one speculation on the next, showing an unbroken but twisting chain of ideas passed from one scientist to the next, and from science to popular culture. He even traces the influence of popular culture on science--Sagan always admitted how much E. R. Burroughs' Martian novels influenced his speculations about Mars. Throughout, Basalla weaves his theme that scientific belief in and search for extraterrestrial civilizations is a complex impulse, part secularized-religious, and part anthropomorphic. He questions the common modern scientific reasoning that life converges on intelligence, and intelligence converges on one science valid everywhere. He ends the book by agreeing with Stephen Hawking (usually a safe bet) that intelligence is overrated for survival in the universe, and that we are most likely alone.
Category: Science