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The Gods Return by David Drake

Title The Gods Return
Author David Drake
Publisher Tor Books
Release Date 2008-11-11
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1429952202
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Gods Return is the end of the Crown of the Isles trilogy and the final chapter in the Lord of the Isles. The Fortress of Glass began the tale of how the new kingdom of the Isles is finally created by the heroes and heroines who have been central to the tale: Prince Garric, heir to the throne of the Isles, his consort Liane, his sister Sharina, her herculean sweetheart Cashel, and Cashel's sister Ilna. The Mirror of Worlds followed them on an overland journey to the small kingdoms of the Isles to confirm Garric's succession and subdue, if necessary, any who refused to pledge fealty. In The Gods Return, the Isles have been more or less unified under Garric's rule, but the Change that created the continent, has removed the old Gods of the Isles from reality and released other Gods from other planes of existence. Now the servants of the forbidden Gods of Palomir call forth The Worm, an ancient thing that threatens to devour all life in the newly formed kingdom and make way for the reign of dark Gods, now awakened to ambitions of worship and dominion. Some are bad...and some are worse. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Return Of The Gods by Erich von Däniken

Title The Return of the Gods
Author Erich von Däniken
Publisher Tantor eBooks
Release Date 2002
Category Social Science
Total Pages 213
ISBN 9781843330523
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With more than 140 photographs, maps, models, and drawings, Von Dniken applies the same fact-filled analysis to Nazca—an ancient, isolated settlement deep in the Peruvian desert—that launched his 1968 bestseller Chariots of the Gods. He analyzes aerial views and closeups of extraordinary markings that stretch for miles, forming complex designs noticeable only from the air.

Title Return of the Strong Gods
Author R. R. Reno
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2019-10-15
Category Political Science
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781621579083
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After the staggering slaughter of back-to-back world wars, the West embraced the ideal of the “open society.” The promise: By liberating ourselves from the old attachments to nation, clan, and religion that had fueled centuries of violence, we could build a prosperous world without borders, freed from dogmas and managed by experts. But the populism and nationalism that are upending politics in America and Europe are a sign that after three generations, the postwar consensus is breaking down. With compelling insight, R. R. Reno argues that we are witnessing the return of the “strong gods”—the powerful loyalties that bind men to their homeland and to one another. Reacting to the calamitous first half of the twentieth century, our political, cultural, and financial elites promoted open borders, open markets, and open minds. But this never-ending project of openness has hardened into a set of anti-dogmatic dogmas which destroy the social solidarity rooted in family, faith, and nation. While they worry about the return of fascism, our societies are dissolving. But man will not tolerate social dissolution indefinitely. He longs to be part of a “we”—the fruit of shared loves—which gives his life meaning. The strong gods will return, Reno warns, in one form or another. Our task is to attend to those that, appealing to our reason as well as our hearts, inspire the best of our traditions. Otherwise, we shall invite the darker gods whose return our open society was intended to forestall.

Twilight Of The Gods by Erich von Däniken

Title Twilight of the Gods
Author Erich von Däniken
Publisher Red Wheel/Weiser
Release Date 2010-01-01
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 223
ISBN 9781601631411
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dispels the prejudices and misconceptions that surround the Mayan Calendar, 2012, and the existence of extraterrestrial life.

Title A God Against the Gods Return to Thebes
Author Allen Drury
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1977
Category
Total Pages 596
ISBN OCLC:4526477
Language English, Spanish, and French
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God Is Dead The Gods Return by Gérard de Nerval

Title God is Dead The Gods Return
Author Gérard de Nerval
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1973
Category
Total Pages 104
ISBN WISC:89044488542
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When The Gods Return by Jack Barranger

Title When the Gods Return
Author Jack Barranger
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2014-05-01
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 114
ISBN 158509143X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It seems humanity is in the process of being prepared, through the media and movies, for the day when we experience contact with alien beings. We have not been told of their existence because society could not handle such a drastic shift right now. In order to soften the blow, aliens have been shown as nice, and sometimes even cute and cuddly. We are being conditioned to accept them, which would make subservience more likely when they finally reveal themselves. This is the first book to warn us of this entire charade. The author, Jack Barranger, takes us back into early history when ancient man first made contact with these beings - beings that called themselves "gods" and demanded to be worshiped. The gods controlled their followers in these early religions and made us fight their wars. Our religions of today still maintain the original structure of servitude and have caused more bloodshed and warfare than any invention of man. Today, now that we are finally learning how to move past the confusion they caused, signs are appearing that these gods may once again appear openly. The author maps out these signs and insists if the gods do return, their purpose will again be to exploit us. Suggestions are made as to what we should do in the event of such a drastic scenario.

Cataclysm by Stephen H King

Title Cataclysm
Author Stephen H King
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2012-02-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 296
ISBN 0998935506
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Her world upended in a disastrous cataclysm, Crystal faces her new world beside her husband. First, though, she has to deal with the dark secret he's been harboring: his other identity, Mars, the God of War. Along the way she also has to deal with threats to her life from his ex-wife, the Goddess of Love, who wants her Mars back. Join Crystal as she fends off Venus while coming to grips with the reality of her own husband's immortality.

Return Of The Ancient Gods by Craig Robertson

Title Return of the Ancient Gods
Author Craig Robertson
Publisher Rise of the Ancient Gods
Release Date 2018-10-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 238
ISBN 0999774263
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It it's peace you want don't ever be Jon Ryan. He's lived two billion years in the android host he transferred to when asked to save humankind. Darn thing won't wear out. Since successfully ensuring the survival of the population of doomed Earth, Jon wanted to die. He was switched off with the promise of never being powered up again. Yeah, Jon's never been that kind of lucky. He was forced to fight and win a war with the most powerful enemy he'd ever faced, the Berrillians. Then he longed for rest.Not in a universe that Jon lives in. A few hundred years after the Berrillian War whispers of a new and existential threat began to be heard. People disappeared without a trace. Planets vanished without leaving a pebble behind. And some one was hiding impossible elements at the scenes of these mysteries. Anti-gold sitting right out in the open where it could not possibly be stable.For better or worse Jon came to learn that the impending invasion of our universe would be by a species calling themselves the Ancient Gods. This malevolent, destructive, and merciless horde was bent on one thing alone. They wanted to have fun destroying our universe. They'd done it to others and couldn't wait to get the party started here. One factor, one force of nature stood between the Ancient Gods's success or their failure. You have to know it was the reluctant Jon Ryan.But could he pull another miracle out of his hat? Could he triumph over the unbeaten Ancient Gods? If Las Vegas still existed no one there would touch Jon's odds.Jon assembles his old crew, To

Title The Return of the Gods
Author Ulli Beier
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1975
Category Art and religion
Total Pages 120
ISBN 0521207177
Language English, Spanish, and French
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God Is Dead by Gérard de Nerval

Title God is Dead
Author Gérard de Nerval
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1973
Category
Total Pages 104
ISBN OCLC:1086738757
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Gods Return by Pamela Hill

Title The Gods Return
Author Pamela Hill
Publisher G K Hall & Company
Release Date 2001
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0783893396
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Victorian era is a surprisingly suitable liieu for the adventures of the enchanting Sophy, adopted in childhood by a rich old commercial potter because she resembles his long-dead mistress. Aaron Masterton leaves a will which complicates matters for Sophy, as to inherit his money she has to choose between his two grandsons for a husband.

Return Of The Gods by John Greco

Title Return of the Gods
Author John Greco
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-03-09
Category
Total Pages 172
ISBN 1705480934
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What if these stories from the past were true? What if everything we humans have been taught was a deliberate attempt to hide the true origins of mankind for some unknown purpose, in an effort to control the masses through religion and fear? Why did these ancient gods leave? Did any stay on earth? Have you ever questioned the Holy Bible? I do all the time. Some of my many questions are: Why was God pleased that gold was abundant on Earth even before he made Adam? Why is it written in the Sumerian clay tablets over 6,000 years ago that their Gods (The Anunnaki) came to Earth 450,000 years ago and found gold in Africa and other areas of Earth? The stories are exactly the same.

All Things Shining by Hubert Dreyfus

Title All Things Shining
Author Hubert Dreyfus
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2011-01-04
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 1439101701
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In unrelenting flow of choices confronts us at nearly every moment of our lives, and yet our culture offers us no clear way to choose. This predicament seems inevitable, but in fact it’s quite new. In medieval Europe, God’s calling was a grounding force. In ancient Greece, a whole pantheon of shining gods stood ready to draw an appropriate action out of you. Like an athlete in “the zone,” you were called to a harmonious attunement with the world, so absorbed in it that you couldn’t make a “wrong” choice. If our culture no longer takes for granted a belief in God, can we nevertheless get in touch with the Homeric moods of wonder and gratitude, and be guided by the meanings they reveal? All Things Shining says we can. Hubert Dreyfus and Sean Dorrance Kelly illuminate some of the greatest works of the West to reveal how we have lost our passionate engagement with and responsiveness to the world. Their journey takes us from the wonder and openness of Homer’s polytheism to the monotheism of Dante; from the autonomy of Kant to the multiple worlds of Melville; and, finally, to the spiritual difficulties evoked by modern authors such as David Foster Wallace and Elizabeth Gilbert. Dreyfus, a philosopher at the University of California, Berkeley, for forty years, is an original thinker who finds in the classic texts of our culture a new relevance for people’s everyday lives. His lively, thought-provoking lectures have earned him a podcast audience that often reaches the iTunesU Top 40. Kelly, chair of the philosophy department at Harvard University, is an eloquent new voice whose sensitivity to the sadness of the culture—and to what remains of the wonder and gratitude that could chase it away—captures a generation adrift. Re-envisioning modern spiritual life through their examination of literature, philosophy, and religious testimony, Dreyfus and Kelly unearth ancient sources of meaning, and teach us how to rediscover the sacred, shining things that surround us every day. This book will change the way we understand our culture, our history, our sacred practices, and ourselves. It offers a new—and very old—way to celebrate and be grateful for our existence in the modern world.

The Gods Return by Benjamin Lemon

Title The Gods Return
Author Benjamin Lemon
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2012-06-07
Category
Total Pages 98
ISBN 1477622519
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Until All The Gods Return by Tim Frankovich

Title Until All The Gods Return
Author Tim Frankovich
Publisher Warpsteel Press
Release Date 2021-05-25
Category
Total Pages 372
ISBN 1733328580
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The ancient gods are coming back, but they're interested in only one thing: power. Marshal, struggling against his royal destiny, ventures into the Starlit Realm to rescue a friend from enslavement. But his new power may still not be enough to defy that of a god. Surrounded by enemies, Seri hopes to bring one to her side. But a visit to her home exposes a devastating truth about herself and her heritage. Through it all, an invincible army marches toward the final portal between the worlds. If Marshal and Seri can't seal the portal in time, nothing can stop the gods from sweeping across all the lands. Antises trembles... And the Heart of Fire series races ever closer to its conclusion!

The Anunnaki Countdown by Roué Hupsel

Title The Anunnaki Countdown
Author Roué Hupsel
Publisher Stratton Press
Release Date 2018-07-18
Category
Total Pages 200
ISBN 1643451154
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the dark shadows of Neptune and Pluto, suddenly, an unknown planet emerges, which, after a cycle lasting thousands of years, has returned to our solar system and is visible from Earth as a small star. With her arrival, Nibiru, as the ancients in pre-historic times called her, brings a horror that will afflict the earthlings as, never before. Those, whom our ancestors considered gods, have returned to reclaim their legacy. No weapon can withstand this invasion, which is not of a material nature and will mercilessly strike the non-physical part of man - his soul! An American scholar, specialized in ancient languages, discovers an obscure inscription and image on a clay tablet from ancient Sumer, where mention is made of the return of the gods, who existed at the very beginning of humanity. This discovery opens his eyes to the indescribable terrifying truths, leading to an on madness bordering awareness that takes its toll and leads to his death. His son, aided by a wise Indian shaman, begins an almost impossible battle against unknown, sinister, threatening powers that attack humanity at its core. Thousands of humans are being evicted from their corporeal body. When these completely unknown entities approach the inhabitants of the White House and attack the president, one fears the worst. A possible salvation of mankind is hidden in mysterious images and petroglyphs on the Gateway of the Sun in Tiwanaku, Bolivia. A journey, full of strange and terrifying events, leads the two men to bewildering, unfathomable answers to questions far beyond their intellect. In Siloam Springs, a small town in the United States, a fierce battle takes place, in which a little boy with incredible psychic powers, hopefully, can turn the tide, provided that both men could wrest the truth from the darkness of oblivion: the unknown past of mankind.... Roué Hupsel enjoys a great reputation as a creator of radio shows in Suriname, South America. In 2002 he began writing short stories. Since then, he has won several literary prizes. In 2004 his debut thriller BLINDE MUREN (BLIND WALLS) was published, for which he received the prestigious SCHADUWPRIJS 2005 for the most exciting debut thriller in the Dutch language, by the Society of Dutch Crime Authors. In 2005 the dark thriller ZWARTE MAGIE (BLACK MAGIC) was published. In 2007 he returned with the eco-thriller and bestseller DE GROENE OORLOG (THE GREEN WAR). Roué published many short stories in Suriname, The Netherlands, Belgium, the Caribbean and South Africa. Roué Hupsel is a member of the Society of Dutch Crime Authors and Writers' Group 77.

Title The Gods Return Large Print
Author Benjamin Lemon
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2012-06-07
Category
Total Pages 196
ISBN 1477632360
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Lacan s Return to Antiquity
Author Oliver Harris
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2016-08-05
Category Psychology
Total Pages 214
ISBN 9781317590583
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lacan’s Return to Antiquity is the first book devoted to the role of classical antiquity in Lacan’s work. Oliver Harris poses a question familiar from studies of Freud: what are Ancient Greece and Rome doing in a twentieth-century theory of psychology? In Lacan’s case, the issue has an additional edge, for he employs antiquity to demonstrate what is radically new about psychoanalysis. It is a tool with which to convey the revolutionary power of Freud’s ideas by digging down to the philosophical questions beneath them. It is through these questions that Lacan allies psychoanalysis with the pioneering intellectual developments of his time in anthropology, philosophy, art and literature. Harris begins by considering the role of Plato and Socrates in Lacan’s conflicted thoughts on teaching, writing and the process of becoming an intellectual icon. In doing so, he provides a way into considering the uniquely challenging nature of the Lacanian texts themselves, and the live performances behind them. Two central chapters explore when and why myth is drawn upon in psychoanalysis, its threat to the discipline’s scientific aspirations, and Lacan’s embrace of its expressive potential. The final chapters explore Lacan’s defence of tragedy and his return to Ovidian themes. These include the unwitting voyeurism of Actaeon, and the fate of Narcissus, a figure of tragic metamorphosis that Freud places at the heart of infantile development. Lacan’s Return to Antiquity brings to Lacan studies the close reading and cross-disciplinary research that has proved fruitful in understanding Freud’s invention of psychoanalysis. It will appeal to psychoanalysts and advanced students studying in the field, being of particular value to those interested in the roots of Lacanian concepts, the evolution of his thought, and the cultural context of his work. What emerges is a more nuanced, self-critical figure, a corrective to the reputation for dogmatism and obscurity that Lacan has attracted. In the process, new light is thrown on enduring controversies, from Lacan’s pronouncements on feminine sexuality to the opaque drama of the seminars themselves.

Title The Return of the God Hypothesis
Author Stephen C. Meyer
Publisher HarperOne
Release Date 2019-08-20
Category Science
Total Pages 384
ISBN 0062071505
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The New York Times bestselling author of Darwin’s Doubt and Intelligent Design scholar presents groundbreaking scientific evidence of the existence of God, based on breakthroughs in physics, cosmology, and biology. In 2004, Stephen C. Meyer, one of the preeminent scientists studying the origins of life, ignited a firestorm of media and scientific controversy when a biology journal at the Smithsonian Institution published his peer-reviewed article advancing the theory of Intelligent Design. Then, in his two bestselling books, Signature in the Cell and Darwin’s Doubt, he helped unravel a mystery that Charles Darwin did not address: how did life begin? and offered further scientific proof to bolster his arguments on the history of life and our origins, concluding that life was designed. In those previous books, Meyer purposely refrained from attempting to answer questions about “who” might have designed life. Now, in The Return of the God Hypothesis, he brings his ideas full circle, providing a reasoned and evidence-based answer to the ultimate mystery of the universe, drawn from recent scientific discoveries in physics, cosmology, and biology. Meyer uses three scientific points to refute popular arguments put forward by the “New Atheists” against the existence of God: The evidence from cosmology showing that the material universe had a beginning. The evidence from physics showing that, from the beginning, the universe was been “finely tuned” to allow for the possibility of life. The evidence from biology showing that since the universe came into being, large amounts of genetic information present in DNA must have arisen to make life possible. In analyzing the evidence from these three fields, Meyer reveals how the data support not just the existence of an intelligent designer of some kind—but the existence of a theistic creator.