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Melodrama: The Vacillating Fortunes in the Life of Verity Lovegood By Pamela Glyn
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The action takes plays on a Paper Mill in some out-post of the universe. This is a Melodrama in one act,complete with all the requirements: a pure and innocent heroine, a dastardly villain, a... More > pathetic hero and a glamorous villainess. Unbeknown to the heroine, Verity Lovegood, she inherits a fortune. The villain, Horace Hucklebank, is an unscrupulous tracing agent who plans to marry her to inherit her millions. However the maiden spurns his advances and falls instead, for the insipid hero, Percival Peasporridge. Outraged, Horace conspires with an equally unscrupulous young woman, Cassandra Beenabout, to do away with Verity and lay their hands on her fortune. They plot a dire fate for her and lure her out to the repulper in the dead of night. The play demands a moustached and sleazy villain, gross overacting, peanuts to throw at the villain, and plenty of boos and hisses.< Less
THE WAS-BERYL By Pamela Glyn
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Beryl Born 1946 - Died 1981 Beryl's life was lived out in the middle of the 20th Century with all the ambiguities and mixed messages of the time. In the Was-Beryl her brain has been culled by Savan. ... More > Savan represents the voice of cynicism and a science alienated from any form of spirituality.At the start of the book Beryl wrestles with the God of her limited imagination. A God who can see evil and be indifferent to it. Slowly as the book progresses, Beryl describes formative lessons from her short life. She is the observer even when attempting to participate in life and she constantly attempts to review her perceptions in terms of her understanding at the time. She hears Savan and his arguments but gradually something within her grows which cannot conform to the purely logical. Beryl begins to find a universal God which is something other than her own projection. At this point she no longer attempts to align God with self but rather begins to conform herself to this other dimension.< Less
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"The Place without a Name" is a collection of four fictional short stories, all of which represent turning points in the lives of ordinary people. Somewhere, somehow, sometime a window... More > into another world opens and changes the direction of the lives of these people, reminding us that there is not only a "seen", but parallel to this, an "unseen" universe, which leads us to reevaluate the meanings which we have hitherto regarded as self-evident.< Less
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Evil has prevailed over the land for many years. The people of the past are brought to life by the story tellers. A mysterious rhyme and magical necklace hold secrets and a little girl becomes a... More > heroine when her small brother is captured by the powers of darkness.< Less
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To many people Christianity represents the all too familiar, "unscientific myth" they have known all their lives. The tenets of Christianity seem too bleak, narrow and restrictive. Yet... More > within the narrow confines of the “Thou shalt nots…” lies an extraordinary rich source of mystery, miracles and ideals, opening doors into the inner world of the self. The 21st Century is about to begin and a modern prophet is required. "But verily, not one jot or tittle may pass from the law, till all is fulfilled". How then is a new prophet to express the old? The 2000 preceding years of Christian tradition are now concentrated into one small being, born into traditional convent life. But not only God makes plans. In another Convent, another individual, is extracting very different meanings from the same teachings. And as the new millennium dawns, a showdown is inevitable.< Less
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Metaconsciousness postulates two phases of growth. The first phase centres around the development of the self. In the second phase the metaconscious individual may choose to focus on the Infinite... More > Whole and the self is realigned in accordance with this new Whole.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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