Premonitions

Autor: Jude Watson
Publisher: Puffin
ISBN: 9780141319216
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They weren't the ones who could have stopped her. She never knows whether she's seeing the past, the present, or the future. She doesn't know how to deal with them, and she doesn't want to - but the terrifying visions keep coming. she's so scared of are the only way Grace might be able to save her friend before it's too late...

Premonitions

Autor: Jamie Schultz
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698140699
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TWO MILLION DOLLARS... It’s the kind of score Karyn Ames has always dreamed of—enough to set her crew up pretty well and, more important, enough to keep her safely stocked on a very rare, very expensive black market drug. Without it, Karyn hallucinates slices of the future until they totally overwhelm her, leaving her unable to distinguish the present from the mess of certainties and possibilities yet to come. The client behind the heist is Enoch Sobell, a notorious crime lord with a reputation for being ruthless and exacting—and a purported practitioner of dark magic. Sobell is almost certainly condemned to Hell for a magically extended lifetime full of shady dealings. Once you’re in business with him, there’s no backing out. Karyn and her associates are used to the supernatural and the occult, but their target is more than just the usual family heirloom or cursed necklace. It’s a piece of something larger. Something sinister. Karyn’s crew and even Sobell himself are about to find out just how powerful it is… and how powerful it may yet become.

Premonitions In Daily Life

Autor: Jeanne Van Bronkhorst
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738735221
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Go inside your premonitions and find personal meaning from daily intuitive experiences Despite the common idea that premonitions involve dark visions and warnings of future disasters, the truth is they often give us glimpses of the small and personal details of daily life. This in-depth, three-part guide shows how to identify your premonitions, demystifies the assumptions and fears about them, and thoroughly demonstrates how to respond with common sense and without challenging your beliefs. Discover the answers to your most important concerns: What do premonitions say about me? How do I respond? How do I make sense of premonitions when my culture doesn’t believe in them? Premonitions in Daily Life is the only book that investigates the deeper meanings behind premonitions and helps you integrate them into everyday life. Learn how to trust your premonitions, how to influence the very nature of your future premonitions, and how to find a community where you can openly share your experiences. Praise: “Premonitions in Daily Life is a superb look at a very common experience—the sense of knowing a future event . . . Van Bronkhorst takes the mystery and confusion out of premonitions with this fascinating, reader-friendly book.” —Larry Dossey, M.D., author of The Power of Premonitions “[Van Bronkhorst] has compiled an in-depth series of guidelines for how to identify premonitions, how to normalize them, and how to integrate them in a sensible and useful way into your life.” —Sally Rhine Feather Ph.D., author of The Gift

Premonitions

Autor: Walter K. Lew
Publisher: Kaya Production
ISBN:
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Grouped in 19 poetic "zones" ranging from "Neo-Orientalist Deconstructions" to "Homoerotic Poetry," this anthology includes work from 73 poets, juxtaposing them in ways that both echo and subvert categories of theme, poetics and identity, and with a particular focus on poetry that interacts with other media. Contributors include veteran authors like Jessica Hagedorn, Lawson Fusao Inada and Kimiko Hahn, as well as new poets like R. Zamora Linmark, Barry Masuda, Evelyn Lau and Amitava Kumar, and an emerging generation of Vietnamese-American and Korean-American poets. Premonitionsis the most comprehensive anthology of Asian North American poetry to date.

The Science Of Premonitions

Autor: Larry Dossey
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101404574
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"Larry Dossey is one of America's most important thinkers. When he talks, I listen." -Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love In the New York Times bestseller, Healing Words, Dr. Dossey investigated why patients surrounded by prayer healed faster and more completely than patients who were not. Now, in The Science of Premonitions, Dossey uses cutting-edge science to make a convincing case that premonitions are real, common, and helpful. Then Dossey explores research on mindfulness and meditation to show readers how they can cultivate and take advantage of premonitions. Packed with compelling case studies and thought-provoking findings, this is a book for the skeptical mind and the believer's heart, and will be greeted warmly by "anyone who is interested in knowing about the deeper meaning of our existence." (Deepak Chopra, M.D.)

Premonitions

Autor: Morgan Hayes
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459285824
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Ali Van Horne. A psychic. After "watching" the brutal slaying of her husband, a police detective, she just couldn't take it anymore. So she picked up the pieces of her life and fled to a small town in upstate New York. Sam Tremaine. A cop. He had no use for psychics and wasn't impressed when his chief ordered him to enlist the aid of Alessandra Van Horne to solve the Munro case. But when he met Ali, he was totally confused. How could he be so attracted to a woman he didn't trust? Ali and Sam form a reluctant relationship—each afraid to believe in the other, each afraid to risk falling in love again. But in the background lurks a killer. A killer who wants Ali off the case….

Forewarned

Autor: Colm Keane
Publisher: Capel Island Press
ISBN:
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Did you ever have a feeling that something bad was going to happen? Perhaps you dreamt of a future event? Maybe you had a ‘gut feeling’ that an illness, death, car crash or some other incident was about to occur? Most people, at some time in their lives, have experienced a forewarning of the future. It may reveal itself as a sense of unease. Alternatively, it may be more complex and involve a terrifying foreboding. Perhaps it brings good news. Forewarned is the first Irish study of this intriguing phenomenon. Crammed with fascinating stories, the book also presents the latest scientific evidence proving that the future is closer to our minds than we think.

The City S End

Autor: Max Page
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 030011026X
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From nineteenth-century paintings of fires raging through New York City to scenes of Manhattan engulfed by a gigantic wave in the 1998 movie Deep Impact, images of the city’s end have been prolific and diverse. Why have Americans repeatedly imagined New York’s destruction? What do the fantasies of annihilation played out in virtually every form of literature and art mean? This book is the first to investigate two centuries of imagined cataclysms visited upon New York, and to provide a critical historical perspective to our understanding of the events of September 11, 2001. Max Page examines the destruction fantasies created by American writers and imagemakers at various stages of New York’s development. Seen in every medium from newspapers and films to novels, paintings, and computer software, such images, though disturbing, have been continuously popular. Page demonstrates with vivid examples and illustrations how each era’s destruction genre has reflected the city’s economic, political, racial, or physical tensions, and he also shows how the images have become forces in their own right, shaping Americans’ perceptions of New York and of cities in general.

The Voice Within

Autor: Richard Hardoin
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1602470081
File Size: 67,60 MB
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"This book illuminates the premonitions experienced by parents whose infants have died suddenly and unexpectedly. Each of the authors brings a unique perpective, one being the parent of an infant who died of SIDS long before it was defined. The others are proven investigators in the field. It is clear from their analyses that SIDS parents experience premonitions of doom nearly ten times more often than parents whose babies do not die. Clearly this is a signal for continued intensive study of the phenomenon"--Page 4 of cover.