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Into the Long Dark Night (The Journals of Corrie Belle Hollister Book #6)

Author: Michael Phillips

Publisher: Baker Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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The War Between the States has escalated into a full-scale conflict threatening to tear the nation apart. Having been invited by President Lincoln to come to Washington, D.C., to assist in his reelection campaign, Corrie finds herself a long way from home in a most unusual situation--a young woman from the Wild West, with little education and experience, in the seat of power at the nation's capital. While writing and reporting from the battlefields, Corrie unwittingly uncovers a plot that could change the country's course forever, but taking action will put her very life at risk.

Into the Long Dark Night

Author: Michael R. Phillips

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Category: Hollister, Corrie Belle (Fictitious character)

Page: 373

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Corrie becomes involved in her support of the Northern cause during the Civil War.

The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul

Author: Douglas Adams

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Fiction

Page: 243

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Sequel to Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. A passenger check-in desk at London's Heathrow Airport goes up in a ball of flame and Dirk Gently becomes very inquisitive.

The Long Dark Night

Author: Steven C Macon

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Working undercover for Dros Military Enterprises, Jerrid Flakkinbarr learns that supply ships are vanishing on their way to the planet Geasbok. As Jerrid's investigation drags him into the darker side of TeMari society, he discovers that his faith is the only thing that will get him through this nightmare. Little does Jerrid know that there are other forces in the universe at work besides those bent on bringing the TeMari Corporate to its knees. Jerrid finds himself in a desperate race not only to save his beloved Corporate, but to save his very own soul. The cloak of a deeper and darker secret remains, and is revealed one thread at a time as the story unfolds. Can he save his beloved Corporate from the hands of this thousand year old villain? Or, will his faith fail him?

Faith, the Cripple, Or, Songs in the Night

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Category: Benevolence

Page: 243

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Human Rights in India

Hearings Before the Subcommittee on International Organizations of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on International Organizations

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Category: Civil rights

Page: 233

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The Western Review of Science and Industry

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Barnaby Rudge

Author: Charles Dickens

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The New Version

Lectures

Author: George Chainey

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Category: Bible

Page: 137

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Beauchampe, Or, the Kentucky Tragedy

A Sequel to Charlemont

Author: William Gilmore Simms

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Page: 402

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The Family tutor

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Exercises in Rhetorical Reading

With a Series of Introductory Lessons, Particularly Designed to Familiarize Readers with the Pauses and Other Marks in General Use, and Lead Them to the Practice of Modulation and Inflection of the Voice

Author: Richard Green Parker

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Category: Elocution

Page: 432

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The Old Testament ; According to the Authorized Version: Prophetical books: Isaiah to Malachi

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The Rhetorical Reader

Author: Ebenezer Porter

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Category: Elocution

Page: 504

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History of the Seventh Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry

From Its First Muster Into the U.S. Service, April 25, 1861, to Its Final Muster Out, July 9, 1865

Author: Daniel Leib Ambrose

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Category: United States

Page: 391

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The Gentleman's Magazine

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Category: English periodicals

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The Poetical Works of James Thomson

Comprising All His Pastoral, Dramatic, Lyrical and Didactic Poems, and a Few of His Juvenile Productions

Author: James Thomson

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Page: 681

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The Seasons

A Poem. Compared with the London and Edinburgh Ed

Author: James Thomson

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The Wild North Land

Being the Story of a Winter Journey, with Dogs, Across Northern North America

Author: Sir William Francis Butler

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Category: Adventure stories

Page: 358

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Journey from Fort Garry to Pacific on behalf of Canadian Government to investigate conditions among Indians in west, by way of Lake Athabasca and Peace River.

Love, God, and Everything

Awakening from the Long, Dark Night of the Collective Soul

Author: Nicolya Christi

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 288

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• Explores how to consciously evolve, heal our generational trauma, and awaken to the amazing potential we each hold for transformation • Shares unique maps and models for psychospiritual integration, spiritual awakening, and evolving consciousness • Examines the evolutionary continuum of the soul and catalytic astrological events that will influence humanity in the years and decades ahead Humanity is undergoing a planetary wake-up call: in order to survive the global spiritual, ecological, and cultural crises we now face, the long, dark night of the collective soul, we need to consciously evolve, heal our generational trauma, and awaken to the amazing potential we each hold for profound transformation. In this sweeping exploration of love, consciousness, and awakening, Nicolya Christi offers a deep investigation of the Great Shift of Ages that is now occurring. She shares detailed personal accounts of the extraordinary metaphysical, psychic, and out-of-body experiences she has had throughout her life along with the direct spiritual insights she gained as a result. She explores what consciousness is and examines the evolutionary continuum of the soul--including the voyage of the incarnate soul, the metaphysical-spiritual reality of the excarnate soul, and the beyond-soul reality. She also shares maps and models for psychospiritual integration, awakening, and evolving consciousness that she has pioneered. Examining the personal and collective human shadow, the author looks at the central role epigenetics play in our current fear-based reality and explores the impact of stories of wounding from a personal, ancestral, and karmic perspective. Focusing on healing generational and collective trauma, she shows how by changing our “story,” we can change the world and transcend the shadow of human experience. She explores spiritual wisdom from ancient cultures spanning millennia, especially the Classic Maya, and highlights evolutionary astrological events that will influence humanity in the years and decades ahead as we more fully awaken. Sharing her vision for the New Earth, Nicolya reveals how deeply feeling and envisioning our post-transformation future as if it has already happened will help bring it into being. She also shares a look into the new epoch of wellness, regeneration, psychology, biology, and technology that will unfold as humanity transitions from the dysfunctional old paradigm into a conscious and awakened new world.

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