A story of spiritual warfare: the perpetual fight of good over evil in a paranormal setting with demonic forces attempting to overcome the Christians in the community. The story draws you in and holds your attention as you want to know what the final outcome will be.
Who will triumph? Will the evil forces of Abaddon defeat the Christians? Will Ruth and Joshua escape from Sodom Shadows and return to their home in Shiloh City?
Suspense, action, intrigue and romance, in this story, which takes the reader to the realm where the struggle for supremacy takes place.
When Marcy Deveraux’s romance series catapults to the top of the New York Times bestseller list, no one is more surprised than Marcy herself. After all, she barely passed high school, flunked the driving test four times, and fell into a pool at her sister’s wedding.
Marcy is keen to continue her literary success, but she cannot think of a single idea for her next book. Hounded by her agent, family, and friends, she decides to sequester herself in a rustic cabin in the mountains. There, she finds herself face-to-snout with a surprise visitor—a rascally black dog who must have escaped from his owner at a nearby campground.
Enter hunky cowboy Jackson Parker, who runs the stables for the campground and helps Marcy survive the antics of the ill-behaved, zany dog. There’s something tender and gentle about this man, who could easily grace the cover of any romance novel. Soon Jackson has Marcy rethinking her own beliefs about what heroes are really made of…and what God intends for her life.
It’s cowboys, canines, and capers galore in this charming novella for animal lovers.
Katie Parker is about to get a new life—whether she wants one or not. With her mom in prison, and her father AWOL, Katie is sent to live with a squeaky-clean family who could have their own sitcom. She launches a full-scale plan to get sent back to the girls’ home when she finds herself in over her head…and heart. When Katie and her new “wrong crowd” get into significant trouble at school, she finds her punishment is restoring a historic theater with a crazy grandma who goes by the name of Mad Maxine. In the midst of her punishment, Katie uncovers family secrets that run deep, and realizes she’s not the only one with a pain-filled past. Katie must decide if she’ll continue her own family’s messed up legacy or embrace a new beginning in this place called In Between.
Saving her can land him in a hangman’s noose at low tide in Charles Town Harbor. Repaying her debt to him will consign her to a life worse than death.
When confronted with a forced marriage, Travay Allston flees her stepfather’s Jamaica plantation and dives into the sea. Death would be preferable to life with Sir Roger Poole, a drinking, gambling, scoundrel whose advances make her skin crawl.
Lucas sails the high seas as the dreaded Captain Bloodstone. He is on a quest to find his mother, a woman last seen clapped in irons by the Spanish. As his ship slips past Jamaica, he spies a young woman plunge into the sea. A prize of such beauty must be saved and Lucas dives in to rescue her. The last thing Lucas needs is to get involved with Travay, a childhood friend who caused him nothing but trouble. Especially now that she’s become a stubborn, alluring young woman.
Lucas delivers Travay to her aunt in Charles Town and washes his hands of the affair. Or so he thinks. But when Sir Roger shows up demanding that Travay marry him or face the wrath of Charles Town’s newest council member, Lucas feels that familiar boyhood tug on his heart. Will this wanted pirate of the crown risk his life to save Travay a second time? Betrothed to a man she hates, will Travay repay her debt to a pirate by marrying Sir Roger in exchange for his promise to pardon Lucas? And if she does, will such a rascal keep his word? Falling in love with the pirate was never part of her plan …
After the death of her beloved Miss Taylor, Cali Malone found herself at a crossroads in her young life. She’d already suffered more than seemed realistic at her sixteen years of age. Still, she managed to find the strength from within, held onto her unwavering faith and looked toward the future. A future she did not see coming.
Now, she faced the choice to chase her career-driven dreams or continuing at the very place that had offered her hope when she was just nine years old. What she never saw coming was love. A notion she’d chalked off for everyone but herself.
Would Cali find her ‘Happily Ever After?’ Or, would fate threaten the very soul of all those she loved?
This volume explores the experiences I and my companions had with the exceptional Mani Choejor, including detailed accounts of her demonstrations of psychokinetic powers and in-depth descriptions of the esoteric knowledge that enabled her to attain such remarkable abilities. To merely say that Mani is an extraordinary individual would be to gravely understate the case. Born in a small village in Tibet, she was raised and mentored in a monastery by an Abbot known to be a true master of great power, one of perhaps two remaining instructors of the ancient esoteric arts of the ‘Four Portals’ teachings.
A group of highly esoteric teachings setting forth the true nature of physical reality and techniques of powerful elemental magic, or sorcery, the ‘Four Portals’ are of extreme antiquity. The first extant traces of the teachings appear as part of the lore of the pre-Tibetan Zhang Zhung culture that arose on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau some 4000 years ago, but are believed to have originated far earlier. Being an exceedingly restricted body of knowledge, said to convey enormous powers, the teachings disappear from the historical record for some 2600 years, not to reemerge until the 7th century AD in the arcane scriptures of the ancient pre-Buddhist B’on religion, as found in the Himalayan highlands of Tibet.
According to the ancient Zhang Zhung and B’on traditions, the teachings of the ‘Four Portals’ were formulated in 16,000 BC by the earliest known Buddha, Tonpa Shenrab Miwoche. Like Siddhārtha Gautama, our most recent historical Buddha, Shenrab renounced his life as a prince to become a monk, achieved enlightenment, and taught others how to attain the most elevated wisdom. The rare esoteric teachings of the ‘Four Portals’ contain enormous amounts of elemental sorcery, in keeping with their view of the cosmos as a psycho-physical unity, able to be manipulated in heightened states of awareness through clandestine techniques and practices.
These deeply esoteric teachings begin with a profound premise: “The Universe is but a mirage which exists in the mind, springs from it, is controlled by it, and sinks into it.”
To understand this premise in a contemporary context, we may consider the following remarks from the legendary physicist Max Planck, Nobel Prize winner, originator of Quantum Mechanics, and close associate of Albert Einstein: “As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear-headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about atoms this much: There is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of the existence of consciousness. The mind is the matrix of all matter. I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness.”
Transcribed directly from the archived field notes and journals of explorer M.G. Hawking’s five years in Nepal and Tibet, this book contains detailed narratives of Hawking’s experiences and conversations with a true sorceress, providing rare, first-hand accounts of her psychokinetic and telekinetic powers, along with in-depth descriptions of her lengthy apprenticeship and the teachings that allowed her to acquire such extraordinary abilities.
Explore the Realities behind Legends of Antediluvian Civilizations and Ancient Extraterrestrial Influences.
Contemporary research reveals a stunning antiquity of civilization on our planet as archaeology unearths buried civilizations and discovers long submerged cities. Previous academic theories of the origins of civilization have fallen forfeit to finds at archaeological sites worldwide: Gunung Padang in Indonesia (c. 22,000 BC); inscriptions in the ancient Egyptian Temple of Edfu, recounting a historical record extending back to 18,000 BC; Nabta Playa in the Sahara Desert of southern Egypt (c. 16,500 BC); Puma Punku in the Andean Mountains of western Bolivia (c. 15,000 BC); Göbekli Tepe in the Anatolia region of Turkey (c. 12,000 BC); the vast submerged city in the Gulf of Khambhat off the Arabian Sea coast of India (c. 9,500 BC); the underwater Yonaguni complex offshore of the westernmost inhabited island of Japan (c. 8,000 BC); and the extensive sunken city of Dwarka offshore of Gujarat, India (c. 7,000 BC).
The evidence of exceedingly ancient civilizations, coupled with the remaining traces of their advanced technologies and abilities, raises profound questions. Archaeologists point out that many of those constructions—such as the Great Pyramid or the incredibly precise andesite stonework at Puma Punku—would even today be extremely difficult to duplicate and certainly impossible to surpass.
Bearing mute witness to the magnificence of mysterious ancient civilizations, the whole theory of progress hesitates before these testaments in stone.
How did small stone-age cultures rise to the level where they were able to construct vast cities and immense megalithic complexes?
The creation stories of civilizations worldwide relate that their progenitors came from the stars or the heavens. Native Americans recount that their antecedents were “The Sky People” and “Star Beings.” The builders of Teotihuacan describe their gods as having descended from the heavens. Egyptian texts speak of their “bringers of knowledge” coming from Sahu and Sopdit (Orion and Sirius) in a “cosmic egg radiating colored light,” circa 18,000 BC.
The pre-Tibetan Zhang Zhung tradition describes their “god” Gekhoe as having descended to earth in a “resplendent jeweled egg” while “radiating brilliant hues on father mountain and mother lake,” at which time “in the sky there appeared brilliant lights, melodious sounds in space, and many other wonderful occurrences,” circa 16,000 BC.
The Maya, the pre-Incans, the Sumerians, and so many others, all express the same account in diverse symbolic languages—their “gods” came from the stars, bringing advanced knowledge and the gift of civilization. These cultures were greatly separated both geographically and chronologically, yet their creation stories are strikingly similar and, in many cases, virtually identical. Who were these “gods”? From where did they come?
Explore answers to these questions and discover knowledge that for long millenniums has remained concealed under layers of legend and secrecy. A truly incomparable book for anyone interested in greatly expanding their knowledge and personal power, and especially fascinating for anyone interested in the realities behind the ubiquitous legends of antediluvian civilizations and ancient extraterrestrial influences.
When Carley Sutherland receives a frantic call for help, she races to a desolate park to meet her best friend. On a dimly-lit park bench, Carley’s friend fumbles in her handbag for her phone. She has a picture of a couple arguing, a picture of a woman who was later found dead in a ditch. Before Carley can examine the picture her friend took of the secretive encounter, a dark SUV stops near the bench. The window rolls down. A gunshot rips the silence. Carley’s friend tumbles from the bench, dead.
No need to wait for the second shot. Carley’s on the run, now, with a target on her back.
Wounded Army vet, Blake Richards, recuperates stateside while awaiting new orders. He doesn’t want to jeopardize his recovery or risk further injury, but at the sound of gunshots, his training kicks in. Blake ducks behind a tree and drops to one knee, scanning the area around him. A shadowy figure darts down a path. A woman nervously looks back over her shoulder. Hunkered down, he waits until the last second and then grabs her by the waist. With his hand clasped over her mouth, he pulls her to safety.
Blake doesn’t need to get involved with any woman, particularly one as beautiful and intriguing as Carley Sutherland. But he may be Carley’s only hope of staying alive. And she may his only hope of finding peace and healing amidst hidden dangers.
An innocent family finds itself completely helpless against the sudden onset of paranormal activity in their quiet rural home. A knife embedded in a kitchen cupboard, crockery smashed by invisible hands, and blood-chilling growls emit from thin air. Caroline and her husband Neil search for answers as they try to protect their family from the unseen entity that seems determined to rip them apart. The biggest question looms over them like a dark cloud who is going to help us? There are emergency services for many things, but not of this nature. It might be easier to believe temporary insanity, if not for the vast amount of witnesses. Police, fire services, mediums, priests and investigators all become embroiled in the mystery. The family struggles to cope, and Caroline grows concerned for her husband’s failing health as he withdraws from the world. However, the entity has only just begun.
Paranormal Intruder is the true storyof one family’s brave fight against an invisible entity. Described as one of the best documented cases of paranormal activity, this best selling book will stay with you long after you have finished reading it.
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What reviewers are saying about Paranormal Intruder
‘If you’d like to be chilled to the bone and be freaked out for several days afterwards, then go for it! Psychologically, it plays on your mind and you’ll realize after reading it, that it’s still there. Lurking behind you.’ Ink of my heart book blog.
‘Caroline Mitchell’s story of paranormal encounters in her own home is simply astonishing, mesmorising and scary. The fact Caroline had the bravery to expose and reveal this unusual phenomenon while still being a police officer is quite courageous. I highly recommend this extraordinary true story.’Uri Geller.
‘Caroline Mitchell reminds us that the truth is indeed stranger than fiction, and events of extreme strangeness are rarely as well witnessed and well described as in this remarkable book.’ Guy Lyon Playfair. (The Enfield Haunting)
Caroline has merged her personal experiences in the police and paranormal to write the DC Jennifer Knight series. Don’t Turn Around and Time to Die are now available on Amazon.
“This inspirational tale thrills with a tight plot, lyrical scene descriptions, and complex characters. Pamela Cable leaves readers aching for more.” ~ Julie Cantrell, New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of the Christy Award winning novel, Into the Free
On a November day in 1951 Neeley McPherson turned five … and accidentally killed her parents. Thrown into the care of her scheming and alcoholic grandfather, she survives by her quick wit, and the watchful eye of an elderly black man, Gideon. In 1959, as equal rights heats up the South, authorities accuse Gideon of stealing a watch and using a Whites Only restroom. Neeley, now thirteen, determines to break him out of jail.
When the infamous Catfish Cole, Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon of the Carolinas, discovers their courageous escape, he pursues Neeley and Gideon into the frozen Blue Ridge Mountains to a wolf sanctuary. But will Neeley’s actions lead to tragedy again? Or will she finally find the love of family she lost as a child?
Set during a volatile time in America, The Sanctum bestows sanctuary and invokes the power of second chances.
“I would compare The Sanctum to Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird. Set in the deep south during the Civil Rights Era, this book tackles such issues as racial discrimination and abuse.” ~ Kimberly A. Liston-McCabe