Seeking an ancient weapon with which to destroy Aquaman, Black Manta accidentally unleashes a horde of inter-dimensional monsters, and when the Justice League swings into action, it is up to the reader to decide how they proceed, and what surprises they discover.
A story of Love, Immortality and the Philosopher's Stone. "If you liked Paulo Coelho's international bestseller, "The Alchemist", you will love "The Portal". A true masterpiece that is authentic to the alchemical tradition as it is a treasure trove of genuine alchemical knowledge both veiled and revealed in the form of a novel. "The Portal" is so captivating you will read it through in one sitting." -- Mark Stavish, author of "The Path of Alchemy" and "Kabbalah for Health and Wellness". Author, Russell House is well known among modern-day alchemists; yes, they still exist, and seek the Philosopher's Stone and produce healing medicines. From a momentary vision of "a man in ragged cloak flapping around an alchemical furnace like a crow" flowed "The Portal". Richard, an alchemist, working on the Philosophers' Stone, and wife Melissa, are members of a Brotherhood that exists to help humanity; they are teaching a young brother and sister about the hidden nature of things.
What if it were possible for an angel of God to tell his story? Think about it! An angel has witnessed the entire spectrum of human history. The things he could tell us from his vantage point of seeing the entire plan of God unfold before his very eyes would be incredibly revealing. In The Portal, pastor and author, Timothy E. White attempts to tell such a story using the Bible, the only credible source available to us. What might an angel tells us about Satan's rebellion in heaven and man's subsequent fall on earth? What might he say about Jesus' horrible crucifixion and glorious resurrection? And what could an angel tell us about things to come like the rapture, the Tribulation, the millennial reign of Christ and the new heaven and new earth? The Portal is an exciting narrative that seeks to explain God's plan for both the angelic realm and ours. Author Timothy E. White has served as pastor of the First Baptist Church of Fairfield, Ohio for over twenty years. He and his wife Mary have three married daughters, Melody and Jeff, Amy and Brian, and Beth and Adam. When their oldest daughter, Melody gave birth to a precious baby girl named Annabella Faith about a year and a half ago, Tim and Mary discovered the incredible joy of grandparenting. Tim is a graduate of Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee with a B.A. in physics. He went on to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas and received his Master of Divinity degree. Besides enjoying preaching the Word, Tim has discovered a new found love in writing. His first book, Free to Love, reveals God's pathway to freedom to not only loving God, but loving others.
More and more people are assaulted by anti-religion and false teachings, yet the Bible has never been proved inaccurate or incorrect. Historians have documented its accuracy from Noah's ark to the miracles performed by Jesus Christ Himself. Titus Flavius Josephus (37 - c. 100), also called Joseph ben Matityahu, was a first-century Romano-Jewish historian who wrote of many of the miracles and crucifixion of Jesus. Now you can read the account of a young man, struggling with doubt and faced with a love that he could not run from, traveling through time to search for the man called Jesus.
An Initiate's Journey into the Secret of Rennes-le-Château
Author: Patrice Chaplin
Pubpsher: Quest Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The true-life memoir Patrice Chaplin began in City of Secrets continues here in the story of her spiritual initiation into the Kabbalistic tradition preserved since the Middle Ages by a secret society in the pre-Roman city of Girona, Spain. Salvador Dalí was a member of that society, as was the renowned author Umberto Eco, the filmmaker Jean Cocteau, and Jancint Verdeguer, one of the most celebrated Catalan poets. Importantly, so was the mysterious Berenger Sauniere, the priest who in the late 1800s built Rennes-le-Château in southern France, with the Tour Magdala, a tower that is twin to the neo-gothic tower in Girona. In this gripping story that reads like the adventures of a female Castenada, Chaplin is led through a series of initiatory stages which correspond to the magical square of Venus, containing the constellation of the Great Bear.
Timothy James O'Leary, III is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel with 27 years of active duty and reserve service to his Country. Tim served a tour of duty in both Vietnam and the First Persian Gulf Wars. He is a graduate of the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California where he earned a diploma in Italian Language training. Tim is a helicopter pilot with 2,200 hours of flight time in UH-1 and OH-58 aircraft with the United States Army. During Operation Desert Storm, Tim was a medevac pilot with the 217th Medical Battalion. His final tour of duty was Battalion Commander of the 286th Supply and Service Battalion. He has a B.A. degree in Sociology and French, and holds a Master of Education and Educational Specialist degrees in Educational Administration and Supervision from Georgia Southern College. Tim was a Doctor of Education degree candidate at the University of Virginia in Educational Administration and Supervision. He also has one year of Spanish Language training at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. Tim taught foreign language and social studies in the Georgia public school system for three years and was an assistant principal at a secondary education school in Virginia. Tim has run 13 marathons to include the Marine Corps in 1994 and Boston's 100th in 1996. He has been a baseball umpire for over 40 years and has officiated five Cal Ripken World Series. Tim played varsity baseball at Georgia Southern, semi-professional ball in Italy, and did a baseball tour with the European Continental Cavaliers Team in South Africa. Tim has three children and three grandchildren. He and his Wife Lynn reside in Gorham, Maine. Please visit Tim's website www.dimensionalgateway.com.
You tend to remember the day your parents disappear. It's one of those things that sticks in your mind. Another of those things is the incredible discovery that behind your dad's office door lies an intergalactic portal . . . When both of these things happen to William Seward and his brother Daniel they're left with two questions. What are they going to do now? And where are their parents? Warm, funny, accessible fiction, perfect for boys and girls aged 9 to 12.
At the end of The Portal Between, Lily returned alone; Kate's world was rocked again. Sam has problems of her own, the magic is out of control, and Lily can't help this time. Kate tries to pull her life back together but it's hard and she finds comfort where she can. But who else can wield the magic? Who challenges Sam's right to rule?
Paul Rice promises his new girlfriend, Linda Eastman, that he will take a week off from work and travel with her to meet her parents and younger brother and sister, and stay in her family's recently renovated home in Lanark, Wisconsin. There, he encounters a town that is haunted by a history of strange killings and disappearances, a Catholic priest frightened to come out of his church at night, a high school teacher addicted to young boys, and a number of locals who like to talk about the past- especially, Durie house- the house that the Eastman's have just remodeled. When Paul meets the Eastman's, he finds a father that doesn't approve of him and a teenager who is afraid of his bedroom and sleeps with the light on. By week's end, Paul is immersed in a web of evil that is as old as time, very much alive and thriving in his house that has been a dark shrine to it for three generations, and only waits to be released. A suspicious police chief watches Paul closely, as he is steadily pulled into a tangle of murders and disappearances that not only test his courage but his sanity as well.