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Void Fate A Novel by Suren G. Hakobyan

Title Void Fate A Novel
Author Suren G. Hakobyan
Publisher Suren G. Hakobyan
Release Date 2020-06-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 303
ISBN 9781386460985
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Empty streets are littered with stalled-out cars, buses, and motorcycles. A sunless and moonless sky is covered with an enormous barrier that prevents any view of the heavens. Nothing stirs. The air is oppressive and there is no wind, not even the softest breeze. It was supposed to be a typical day for the five friends, but they wake up to discover that they are left alone on earth. The world that they knew is gone. All that is left is silence, pervasive, absolute silence. What happened while they slept? Are they the only ones left? As the theories start to fly, and their imaginations run wild, they wonder if they are still on Earth at all, possibly abducted by aliens, trapped in a simulation, or claimed by the afterlife. Aram is the only one who can see deep into the silent world. That's why, from the very beginning, he starts to look for a way out of this new reality. If he can convince his friends to stay focused, as the whispers begin, and fight against the evil of the silent world, the fog-shaped beings that wander the empty streets, they may stand a chance. If not, the only thing that lies ahead is the fate of the void.

Title Void of Intuition Fortunes of Fate 4
Author Alexa Grave
Publisher Haunted Unicorn Publishing
Release Date 2016-08-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A woman whose dreams come true. Cece’s tried to ignore her prophetic dreams all her life – they’ve caused nothing but heartache, starting with the death of her grandmother. But now she’s dreamt of a lost child. And the dizziness that only plagued her in her dreams starts seeping into the real world. When she begins hallucinating, she fears she’s losing her mind. There’s only one person she can turn to – an ex-boyfriend who told her he never wanted to see her again. Will he be willing to help her now?

Fate S Arrangement by Megan Elder Evans

Title Fate s Arrangement
Author Megan Elder Evans
Publisher Megan Elder Evans
Release Date 2017-12-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 195
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It is the summer of 1346. England and Scotland are at war. Earl Raegenhere Auenel of Berwick and Earl Edmund Garrard of Northumberland want nothing more than to end the bloodshed between their lands, and Earl Garrard’s daughter, Lady Cristiana, is the lynchpin in their treaty. Cristiana has rejected sixteen suitors, terrified of marriage for one reason: death. Descended from a long line of women who died giving birth to their first and only children, Cristiana fears she will befall the same fate if she marries. The only thing that gives her any peace and sense of purpose is her work as a midwife, preventing other mothers’ untimely deaths. Now, forced by her father to give up midwifery and marry Earl Auenel, she must leave her home and the friends she loves to preserve her life, but fate has other plans. When she takes a wrong turn and accidentally ends up in Scotland, she meets the one man who can capture her heart. Will she give in to fate’s plans for marriage, or will she run again?

Title Into the Fullness of the Void
Author Dov Elbaum
Publisher Jewish Lights Publishing
Release Date 2013-11-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781580237154
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A spiritual journey—both deeply personal and strikingly universal. One of Israel’s leading cultural figures, Dov Elbaum grew up in an ultra-Orthodox Jerusalem family, and was a prodigy who seemed destined for greatness in the world of Talmud study. But in his late teens, he abruptly broke away and set off into secular Israeli society. In this fascinating, courageous and compelling autobiography, Elbaum seeks to understand his decision and its consequences. With the structure of Kabbalah as his road map, Elbaum journeys into the deep recesses of his self and his soul. The ultimate goal of his journey is “the Void,” a Kabbalistic space that precedes God’s creation of the world, and a psychological state that precedes our formation as individuals. It is a space of great vulnerability but also of hope for rebirth and renewal. This is an intimate, honest, revealing work, both deeply personal and strikingly universal. The Hebrew edition was a bestseller and sold over 50,000 copies.

Heart And Holes Of Void by Katherine Nicole Alvarez

Title Heart and Holes of Void
Author Katherine Nicole Alvarez
Publisher Ukiyoto Publishing
Release Date 2021-04-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 180
ISBN 9789814989756
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What you hold now is “Heart and Holes of void”. An Anthology, full of emotions and the world that surrounds us all. We may feel emptiness because of the current pandemic or other problems. What we might all experience whenever we are in a situation of hurt, loss, love, life and void. The 100 poems in this book can make you feel better, maybe cry or laugh a little more. This is meant for the reader to feel each unique poem that are of hope, healing, acceptance, to start dreaming big and be happier someday.

Title Fate and Faith after Heidegger s Contributions to Philosophy
Author Peter S. Dillard
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date 2020-03-11
Category Religion
Total Pages 186
ISBN 9781532662355
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this groundbreaking new work, Dillard makes a powerful case for bringing contemporary Christian theology into critical dialogue with Martin Heidegger's Contributions to Philosophy (Of the Event). Following his initial receptivity to theology in his early writings, Heidegger becomes increasingly agnostic and even atheistic in the 1930s until the sudden resurgence of religious discourse in Contributions. Dillard shows that there are good reasons for Heidegger's striking reversal. Key philosophical concepts from Contributions enable Heidegger to overcome earlier theological conundrums left unresolved in his earlier engagements with themes in St. Paul and Luther, while the need to make a fateful decision regarding "the last god" prevents the central philosophical task of Contributions from collapsing into empty tautology or relapsing into objectionable metaphysics. Nevertheless, Heidegger leaves us in the predicament of having no clear idea of how we are to make the crucial decision about divinity. After considering several unsuccessful proposals for escaping the dilemma, Dillard develops a christological solution based on Heidegger's engagement with the poetry of Georg Trakl. The resulting theological perspective is defended from some possible criticisms and situated within the broader context of contemporary postmetaphysical Heideggerian theology.

The Hasheesh Eater by Fitz Hugh Ludlow

Title The Hasheesh Eater
Author Fitz Hugh Ludlow
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1857
Category Cannabis
Total Pages 371
ISBN HARVARD:32044051117521
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Tryst Of Fate by Piers Anthony

Title A Tryst of Fate
Author Piers Anthony
Publisher Open Road Media
Release Date 2021-10-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9781504066785
Language English, Spanish, and French
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You’re better wed than dead—even in Xanth—in the hilariously punny new adventure in the fantasy series soon to be adapted for film and television! Squid may only be a tween alien cuttlefish, but her feelings for Chaos, her Demon boyfriend, are real, which is why she’s more than ready to let someone else take over as the protagonist of this story. Being a main character is exhausting—and it’s drastically cutting down her flirting time with Chaos. But their alternate future is dependent upon their completion of one final mission . . . Seven years from now, in another reality frame, things are not so picture perfect. Squid’s dream of happily ever after turns into happily never after when Chaos’s human host is murdered the night before their wedding. So before they become newly dead instead of newly wed, Squid and Chaos must travel through time in order to meet their maker . . . Praise for Piers Anthony “Piers Anthony is one of those authors who can perform magic with the ordinary. . . . [He] is a craftsman.” —A Reader’s Guide to Science Fiction “Anthony’s unflagging sparkle, verve and wordplay spin everyday trials of Mundane life into storytelling gold.” —Publishers Weekly

Returning To The Void by Iris Loesel

Title Returning to the Void
Author Iris Loesel
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2006-11
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780595416103
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Returning to the Void came into manifestation per the request of Hohepa Delamere, alias Papa Joe, who is a widely known and highly respected Maori elder and healer from New Zealand. Together with other healers he came to the USA and also to Europe to help ople outside his home soil. Their tremendous success abroad has been a result of successfully addressing the whole being instead of just treating symptoms, and in that way, achieving hundreds of "miracle healings". In June 2005 Papa Joe met Iris Loesel in California and asked her to help preserve Maori knowledge by writing about it. Iris, who was new to Maori healing, was given a spiritual transfer of knowledge by Papa Joe and by that was enabled to channel this book. The final text was read and approved by Papa Joe. This is the first of a series of books about Papa Joe and his teachings on Maori wisdom and healing.

The Hasheesh Eater by Fitz Hugh Ludlow

Title The Hasheesh Eater
Author Fitz Hugh Ludlow
Publisher Rutgers University Press
Release Date 2006-07-06
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 360
ISBN 9780813541143
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fitz-Hugh Ludlow was a recent graduate of Union College in Schenectady, New York, when he vividly recorded his hasheesh-induced visions, experiences, adventures, and insights. During the mid-nineteenth century, the drug was a legal remedy for lockjaw and Ludlow had a friend at school from whom he received a ready supply. He consumed such large quantities at each sitting that his hallucinations have been likened to those experienced by opium addicts. Throughout the book, Ludlow colorfully describes his psychedelic journey that led to extended reflections on religion, philosophy, medicine, and culture. First published in 1857, The Hasheesh Eater was the first full-length American example of drug literature. Yet despite the scandal that surrounded it, the book quickly became a huge success. Since then, it has become a cult classic, first among Beat writers in the 1950s and 1960s, and later with San Francisco Bay area hippies in the 1970s. In this first scholarly edition, editor Stephen Rachman positions Ludlow's enduring work as not just a chronicle of drug use but also as a window into the budding American bohemian literary scene. A lucid introduction explores the breadth of Ludlow's classical learning as well as his involvement with the nineteenth-century subculture that included fellow revelers such as Walt Whitman and the pianist Louis Gottshalk. With helpful annotations guiding readers through the text's richly allusive qualities and abundance of references, this edition is ideal for classroom use as well as for general readers.

The Stars And The Void by Deepika Chalke

Title The Stars and the Void
Author Deepika Chalke
Publisher Notion Press
Release Date 2019-03-19
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781684669257
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Who are we? Why are we here? How do we heal our deepest wounds? How do we survive our darkest days? Where's magic? How do we carry on when our dreams don’t come true? Can mystical insights, cosmic perspectives, and messages of hope and wisdom provide satisfying answers to some of the most profound life questions we all have, and can they help us expand our consciousness, open our hearts and feel magic? The book – The Stars and The Void – is an attempt to answer these burning questions. More than anything, the book is a call for all dreamers, believers, seekers, warriors, healers, wanderers, stargazers to dream, believe, seek the truth, heal, wander, wonder, fly, celebrate and connect with the cosmos. We are all Stars in the Void, called to burn bright and to form constellations, galaxies, universes and breathe wonders and magic; this book hopes to be a reminder of the cosmic truths we all carry deep in our hearts.

Into The Void by Tom Greening

Title Into the Void
Author Tom Greening
Publisher University Professors Press
Release Date 2020-10-31
Category Poetry
Total Pages 90
ISBN 9781939686718
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Death is a pervasive reality that impacts the life of every living person, often leading to denial, avoidance, and attempts to overcome it. In the end, we all must face death, as Dr. Tom Greening does in his new book of poems, Into the Void. This powerful collection of poems written by the eminent existential psychologist, Dr. Tom Greening. With his usual wit, humor, and honesty, Greening birthed these poems from his experience as he ages and faces his own declining health and mortality. Each poem reveals another layer of the experience of facing death. The honesty of Greening’s poems is a gift to all who read them. They are sure to bring laughter, sadness, and tears. But most importantly, they bring with them poignant wisdom that may help others in their own journey with their mortality.

Crossing The Void by Don Walker

Title CROSSING THE VOID
Author Don Walker
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2011-05-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 452
ISBN 1462864287
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Earth is almost dead. The only hope humanity has rests with two giant starships that are speeding across the galaxy. The starships are captained by two captains that have had a dislike for each other since their first encounter. They are headed to the only planet found that would support life as we know it: a planet found by a recon drone and known only as LK80. On board the two ships is the TRANSCON, an interdimensional portal that can teleport the people of Earth to the new planet, if they can reach it in time. Something has happened on Earth, for they have had no communications since a frantic call for help was heard. Was Earth still there? What will they find at the end of their journey? What news if any will they hear from Earth? Find out as The Saga Begins. PART 2 will be out in late 2012 or early 2013. Thanks, Don Walker

Voicing The Void by Sara R. Horowitz

Title Voicing the Void
Author Sara R. Horowitz
Publisher SUNY Press
Release Date 2012-02-01
Category History
Total Pages 276
ISBN 9781438407074
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explores the connections between muteness and the complicated acts of survival, testimony, memory, and interpretation, through focused readings of Holocaust fiction by Kosinski, Wiesel, Tournier, Ida Fink, and others.

A Void In You by Gerardo Suarez

Title A Void in You
Author Gerardo Suarez
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2015-04-22
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 78
ISBN 9781503552302
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book follows specific lessons learned by my choices while traversing a road unbalanced in its nature. Within a specific timeline and with all that transpired, a lesson was learned from each encounter but came at the price of testing the edge of fortitude. Without a second glance, a final form of understanding created the way Ive balanced want vs. need and the potential repercussions all choices have. What stood in the wake of the final devastation was a story that I can never repair but remains irreplaceable in every aspect.

Title Pretty Little Things to Fill Up the Void
Author Simon Logan
Publisher Wildside Press LLC
Release Date 2007-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 316
ISBN 9780809572298
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In a city of chemical warehouses and entropic factories, viral DJ's and anarchist skatepunks share the streets with nihilistic video game junkies and makeshift revolutionaries, whilst pirate broadcasters battle against one another and renegade paramedics hijack the dead and dying for profit . . . Pretty Little Things to Fill Up the Void is the story of four characters and their constantly-intertwining lives as they search for meaning and purpose in a place that seems to deny either: Elisabeth Afterlife, a renegade documentarist, haunted by the ghost of a bloody girl; Catalina Rodriguez, a fiery teenager and thrill-seeker; and the artists-lovers Camille and Auguste. And alongside all of them there is the mysterious Shiva, lurking in her complex of workshops, and moving devious chemical hands that will soon encompass all of the characters in an explosive point of singularity . . .

Title The Void Between Breathing in and Breathing Out
Author KaDawna Gasson
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2019-03-04
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780578580623
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Void between Breathing in and Breathing out recants KaDawna Gasson's NDE (Near Death Experience) as she struggles to survive on the ECMO machine. She hangs between both realms weaving between coma, life, and death. This book dances between sarcasm, poetry, and philosophy in hopes of bringing an honest and intense experience to life. A true story of a young confidant pregnant mother who collides with fate, and quickly watches as it all crumbles out from underneath her.

The Void Within by Arnold C. Harms, Ph.D.

Title The Void Within
Author Arnold C. Harms, Ph.D.
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2015-04-10
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 194
ISBN 9781491731536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Any adequate discussion of The Void Within requires that one provide both its philosophical justification and its location within the broader context of humanistic studies. Inevitably, that involves one in a plethora of technical terms drawn from the various fields of study: philosophy, psychology, literature, etc. However, since this work was written for lay persons, professional jargon is held to a minimum; terms that prove unavoidable are explained within the text. For readers who still find these prefatory remarks tedious, it is recommended that they skip the Preface and go directly to Chapter One perhaps, returning to the Preface at a later time. First, concerning the scope of the investigation, the title, The Void Within: An Inner Quest for Wholeness, rightly suggests that this is an inquiry into self-understanding. It probes the universal, human experience that something seems to be missing within the human psyche – something vital that cries out for explanation and resolution. What is the nature of the void within the human soul, and what does that inner void represent? Any attempt to answer those provocative questions soon involves one in the larger questions of what constitutes a self; and what are the structures of selfhood? This naturally leads the inquiry to an examination of what is meant by an authentic and/or inauthentic self. Finally, one must ask: what is required to “fill the void” within the human heart, bringing one a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction? An exposition of the inner void eventually faces one with the grounding question of all philosophy and psychology: What does it mean to be human? One will readily note that what began as a very limited, introspective analysis quickly became the broadest possible question for humanistic studies. Understanding what it means to be human also involves the question about how human reality is to be interpreted vis-à-vis its place on the infinite cosmic stage upon which modern humans find themselves.

Title The Indian s Friend
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1898
Category Indians of North America
Total Pages 86
ISBN CORNELL:31924103125468
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Destiny Or Fate by Harry Hone

Title Destiny Or Fate
Author Harry Hone
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2003
Category Sales personnel
Total Pages 267
ISBN 0960116877
Language English, Spanish, and French
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