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Flying Free — Elfin Legends Illuminated Color (8.5x11) By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $7.50
A poetic visit to the netherworld. Lavishly illustrated in color.
Framed Sayings By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $7.50
Great Sayings.
Guide to the All-Embracing Realm of the Ultimate (8x10 color) By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $12.50
8.5x11 Deluxe Color version. Is it that with grace, humor and style that we will describe all the realms of life, as well as answer the ultimate questions, some in seriously comedic adventures? We... More > will it. Is the cause of the universe itself causeless? Yes, and we will learn why, just be-cause. Did the laws of the universe come from Nothing? Just about, but there is some further ado about near ‘nothing’. Does everything amount to a total Nothing except for the quantum fluctuations of uncertainty? Certainly. Will we disprove the Supernatural? Naturally. What does the sum total of the information content of Everything add up to? Nothing. Nil. Null. Not a thing. Do we really learn Everything here, such as what is the origin of the universe and also the explanation of that which produced it. Yes. Really? Yes, for sure; you can count on it. Are any other of your books kind of like this one? Yes, see ‘Butterflies At the Edge of Forever’.< Less
The Guide to the All-Embracing Realm of the Ultimate (6x9 color) By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $12.50
Is it that with grace, humor and style that we will describe all the realms of life, as well as answer the ultimate questions, some in seriously comedic adventures? We will it. Is the cause of the... More > universe itself causeless? Yes, and we will learn why, just be-cause. Did the laws of the universe come from Nothing? Just about, but there is some further ado about near 'nothing'. Does everything amount to a total Nothing except for the quantum fluctuations of uncertainty? Certainly. Will we disprove the Supernatural? Naturally. What does the sum total of the information content of Everything add up to? Nothing. Nil. Null. Not a thing. Do we really learn Everything here, such as what is the origin of the universe and also the explanation of that which produced it. Yes. Really? Yes, for sure; you can count on it. Are any other of your books kind of like this one? Yes, see 'Butterflies At the Edge of Forever'.< Less
Elfin Legends Illustrated By Austin Torney
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Fully color-illustrated elfin/faerie legends of the netherworld.
After the Stars Have Gone—The Final, Silent Dark By Austin Torney
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A Fully illustrated, poetic glance into the far flung future of the expansion of the universe.
The End, The Beginning, and All That Lies Between By Austin Torney
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Fully color-Illustrated compendium. Contains: 1) After the Stars Are Gone—The Final, Silent Dark 2) The Meadows of Heaven 3) The Final Answer to Everything 4) Shades of the Otherworld 5) All... More > That Lies Between< Less
Brain Waves Illustrated (6x9 Color) By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $10.00
Astounding revelations of the mysteries of the mind and the universe. What is Conscoiusness and Awareness? Where did the Universe come from? What makes the mind operate as it does? What is... More > Meditation? What is our Destiny? How do the senses work? Lavishly illustrated in color.< Less
Nostalgic Notions Illustrated (6x9 Color Art/Photo) By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $5.80
Lavishly illustrated nostalgic art with a paragragh below each. Relive the golden olden days for inspiration and remembrance. One of my best illustrated books, along with Flying Free, and Flora... More > Symbolica..< Less
The Illustrated Anti-Word Grayscale (8.5x11) By Austin Torney
eBook (PDF): $5.00
The absurdity of religious beliefs is pointed out directly, as it must be, but there is also grace, humor, insight, style and the urge to fully live, unfettered by superstition. Long ago, people were... More > thrown out of the tribe for not believing in the moon god, but that god is long gone, along wth the gods of Mt. Olympus and others who had to be moved so far away as to become invisible. Is our God any more real? Is He a leader? Is He a good role model. Should we follow his ways? Was God made in Man's image? Is it all just a myth? What do other insights have to offer? Lavishy illustrated.< Less