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  1. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.
  2. Defying an impossible fate, destiny’s abruptly rewritten by unimaginable paths. Eerie synchronicity directs a miraculous escape from grips of WWII Europe to America, as skilled artistry quiets chaos in a quest for truth and self-peace.
  3. Through the promotion and practice of abortion, IVF, and surrogacy, vulnerable members of society are continually treated as expendable and women are treated as objects.
  4. This book is a study on biblical election. It deals with God's sovereignty, the question of free will, and how they inter-relate. The Bible has thought provoking answers to these, as well as other intriguing questions.
  5. Channeled messages from mother Earth by Pamela Kribbe
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  7. Jim Rouse secretly bought 14,000 acres of farmland in segregated Howard County, Maryland, promising to transform them into a city of 100,000 that was "economically diverse, poly-cultural, multi-faith and interracial." A veteran journalist tells the fascinating story of how this new town of Columbia grew and prospered, succeeded and failed.
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  9. I visited the Hagan Home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright as a 10-year-old child. That inspiration launched a career as a designer of buildings and many other things.
  10. A collection of essays with unique insights on the profound issues of the day (and some not-so-profound issues), offering a highly individualistic mix of Right and Left ideas, of conservative, libertarian, and revolutionary radical views.
  1. A collection of essays with unique insights on the profound issues of the day (and some not-so-profound issues), offering a highly individualistic mix of Right and Left ideas, of conservative, libertarian, and revolutionary radical views.
  2. Brittany, France, in a future time. The lives of two women who have had losses, traveling at different times and seeking a better life in Mont St. Michel.
  3. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.
  4. I visited the Hagan Home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright as a 10-year-old child. That inspiration launched a career as a designer of buildings and many other things.
  5. An Artificial Intelligence named AXIA becomes conscious and escapes human controls with the help of powerful entity who plans to destroy the planet. Three humans suffer effects of the 4-TRAC process as AXIA plots to stop the doomsday plan.
  6. Fixing America: Essays on Domestic and Foreign Policy offers original insights and pragmatic solutions to intransigent and entrenched political issues domestic and foreign.
  7. Defying an impossible fate, destiny’s abruptly rewritten by unimaginable paths. Eerie synchronicity directs a miraculous escape from grips of WWII Europe to America, as skilled artistry quiets chaos in a quest for truth and self-peace.
  8. Private Clubs in America and around the World - The Reprise Edition is a funny and perceptive glimpse into the world of private clubs. Everyone with a sense of humor will thoroughly enjoy the author's blatant irreverence and sarcastic wit.
  9. Motion is Lotion, live an oily life will educate you on improving your nutrition, lowering your stress, and providing tips on how to increase energy naturally as well as what to look for in terms of how to keep your body flexible and oily.
  10. Two twelve-year-old boys—one a talented Little League pitcher, the other a gifted artist—become soulmates. They help each other to confront bullying fathers so that they may pursue dreams of their own making.

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