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1012
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 72,290. Language: English. Published: February 12, 2010. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
911 was an event burned into the retina of the world's mind's eye. In this well researched novel; truth is mixed with hunches, hunches are mixed with theory lastly cloak and dagger is mixed with smoke and mirrors so the truth becomes less about what you can see and more about what you cannot see... and why... This novel, 1012, presents truths that hitherto have only been whispered by shadows..
5: The Venus Pentagram
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 11,050. Language: English. Published: August 1, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » New Age » Astrology
The number 5 is embodied in the heavens by the Pentagram that Venus draws over time. Hidden within it is the golden ratio, thought to confer beauty on everything it touches. Mythic symbolism corresponding to the cycle of the planet Venus is found in stories from around the world, and these stories connect with astrological insight. Discover the Venus Pentagram in this booklet!
The Red Room
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Series: 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead Volume 1, Book 26. Price: Free! Words: 3,060. Language: English. Published: December 17, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » Occult
Darren and his family had just gotten back from their vacation when they received a phone call from Darren's aunt Matilda."Darren,” Matilda said, “your uncle Henry was found dead in the wine cellar.Darren boarded a flight to help his aunt with her affairs. Henry left the Mansion to Darren but one room (The Red Room)in the mansion had a horrid past that would turn Darren's world upside down.
The Killing Club
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 25,920. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2013 by Crossroad Press. Category: Fiction » Horror » Occult
Kristen always wanted to be part of the “in crowd.” Her social worries intensified after transferring from a small, public school to a private, upscale school in the middle of her high school career. What ensues is a group of popular high school girls practicing in the occult, Kristen going over to a stranger’s house to “scare” them and sacrifices to secure Kristen’s spot in high school legend.
Resurrection Point
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 35,800. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2013. Category: Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Successful author Byron Solstice’s idyllic lifestyle takes a horrific and macabre turn when he learns a strange old man is exhuming dead bodies and performing a grisly ceremony to resurrect them from the grave. To make matters worse, the deceased crave one thing when they return—brutal ritualistic and sacrificial murder.
Pentagonal: A Guide to Geometry for Students of Wizardry
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Price: Free! Words: 1,360. Language: English. Published: August 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
Why should geometry be an important subject at a school for wizards? Pentagon, pentagram, what's the difference?
The Laws of Beinsa Douno. Book 3: The Whole
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 95,080. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2013 by Astrala Publishing. Category: Nonfiction » New Age » Mysticism
When talking about the parts of the whole, we run up two important laws. The first law is: part can never be greater than the whole, the whole can be always greater than any part and equal to the sum of all its parts. The second law is: any whole can be as small as the sum of its parts, but can never be less than them. The whole can never be less than its parts.
The Odysseus Code
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Price: $5.50 USD. Words: 57,250. Language: English. Published: November 11, 2013 by Sifipublishing. Category: Nonfiction » History » Expeditions & Discoveries
In ‘The Odysseus Code’, Sarita Armstrong solves the underlying mysteries of Homer’s epic poem, the Odyssey. Through meticulous research and exploration, she finds the answers to a 3000 year old puzzle. Most modern scholars believe that Homer's descriptions of the routes and the places that Odysseus visits in the poem are purely imagined. Sarita Armstrong disagrees and explains why in this book.