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A Thousand Faces #8 By Frank Byrns, editor
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Spring 2009 issue of the Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction. Contains the following stories: "Murder on Scorpion Island", Robert S. Tyler; "Tears of Clobbersaurus", Jens... More > Rushing; "Final Night", Scott Harper; "Sunshine", Derek J. Goodman; "Bride of Sunshield", Andrew Dean; "Pride of the Internet", Nick C. Piers; "Action's Adventures", Calvin L. Hall; "Homecoming", E.C. Myers; "Lacunae", Jenna Morgan; "Ten Minutes", James Mascia; "A Crush on Life", Adam Francis Smith; and "Playing Solitaire", Mark Shainblum.< Less
A Thousand Faces #8 By Frank Byrns, editor
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Spring 2009 issue of the Quarterly Journal of Superhuman Fiction. Contains the following stories: "Murder on Scorpion Island", Robert S. Tyler; "Tears of Clobbersaurus", Jens... More > Rushing; "Final Night", Scott Harper; "Sunshine", Derek J. Goodman; "Bride of Sunshield", Andrew Dean; "Pride of the Internet", Nick C. Piers; "Action's Adventures", Calvin L. Hall; "Homecoming", E.C. Myers; "Lacunae", Jenna Morgan; "Ten Minutes", James Mascia; "A Crush on Life", Adam Francis Smith; and "Playing Solitaire", Mark Shainblum.< Less
Journey to the Edge of Eden By Gary W. Schmelz
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JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF EDEN This memoir recounts some of the unique moments a father and son experience during their lifelong journey from the noisy apartment-lined streets of the metropolitan area... More > surrounding New York City to the subtropical coastal wetlands of Southwest Florida. The journey unfolds through poignant and humorous anecdotes that provide insight into the duo’s developing appreciation for the natural environment and their commitment to preserving South Florida’s wilderness areas. “… The book’s strengths lie in Schmelz’s detailed descriptions of Southwest Florida’s otherworldly flora and fauna and his overarching environmental message of responsible stewardship. …”--ForeWord Clarion Reviews< Less
Journey to the Edge of Eden By Gary W. Schmelz
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JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF EDEN This memoir recounts some of the unique moments a father and son experience during their lifelong journey from the noisy apartment-lined streets of the metropolitan area... More > surrounding New York City to the subtropical coastal wetlands of Southwest Florida. The journey unfolds through poignant and humorous anecdotes that provide insight into the duo’s developing appreciation for the natural environment and their commitment to preserving South Florida’s wilderness areas. “… The book’s strengths lie in Schmelz’s detailed descriptions of Southwest Florida’s otherworldly flora and fauna and his overarching environmental message of responsible stewardship. …”--ForeWord Clarion Reviews< Less
Journey to the Edge of Eden By Gary W. Schmelz
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JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF EDEN This memoir recounts some of the unique moments a father and son experience during their lifelong journey from the noisy apartment-lined streets of the metropolitan area... More > surrounding New York City to the subtropical coastal wetlands of Southwest Florida. The journey unfolds through poignant and humorous anecdotes that provide insight into the duo’s developing appreciation for the natural environment and their commitment to preserving South Florida’s wilderness areas. “… The book’s strengths lie in Schmelz’s detailed descriptions of Southwest Florida’s otherworldly flora and fauna and his overarching environmental message of responsible stewardship. …”--ForeWord Clarion Reviews< Less
THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU By JAMES CHURCHWARD
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According to Churchward, Mu was a lost continent in the Pacific Ocean, which was destroyed in a global cataclysm tens of thousands of years ago; Mu was the original home of mankind, and all... More > subsequent civilizations descended from it. The Pacific islands and their inhabitants are supposed to be the last survivors of this primordial motherland. Churchward's Mu was a huge continent, which stretched from Micronesia in the West to Easter Island and Hawaii in the East. Churchward also believed in a literal mid-Atlantic Atlantis. He proposed a global network of huge gas-filled caverns which, if vented, could cause large areas of land to be submerged.< Less
Survival Guide for Natural and Manmade Disasters By Smashbooks
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How would you survive in the wilderness or a plane crash at sea? Which plants are edible and which are poisonous? How do you purify water without a fire? How do you build a shelter for any... More > environment--desert, mountain, or swamp? Do you know how to treat an infected wound without antibiotics? The sad truth is that many of us don’t know even the basics of how to survive without modern technology. With natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, and tsunamis taking out power and water and displacing tens of thousands of people with each occurrence, survival skills are a necessity. We can’t rely on government and relief agencies to provide for all our needs when a big disaster strikes. It’s up to each of us to learn these skills so we can apply them when we need them most. This completely illustrated survival guide provides you with valuable instructions on how to survive any type of emergency.< Less
The Life of the Moselle By Octavius Rooke
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The beautiful scenery of the Moselle has too long been left without notice. It is true, some of our Artists have presented to us scenes on the banks of this river; but English travellers are, for... More > most part, ignorant how very charming and eminently picturesque are shores of this lovely stream. “The Rhine! the Rhine!” is quoted by every one, and admired or abused at every fireside, but the Moselle is almost wholly unexplored. Lying, as she does, it is altogether inexplicable that a river presenting scenery unsurpassed in Europe should be so neglected by those who in thousands pass the mouth of her stream. When the Roman Poet Ausonius visited Germany, it was not the Rhine, but Moselle which most pleased him. The Moselle, which rises among the wooded mountains of the Department des Vosges, never during its whole course is otherwise than beautiful. Below Trèves it passes between the Eifel and Hunsruck ranges of mountains, which attain to the height of ten or twelve hundred feet above the level of the river.< Less
The Tamalin Language By Matthew Thomas
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Welcome to Tamalin! Tamalin is a constructed language. It currently has about eight hundred words, and its own grammar. These webpages are about the Tamalin; now let's delve into the... More > language. Tamalin is spoken on the island-nation of Tamélin, where it has been the predominant language family for over ten-thousand years. There are two main dialects of Tamalin, from the north and from the south. Tamalin also has one daughter-language called "Miržanin".< Less
The Sacred Symbols of Mu By James Churchward
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Mu was a lost continent in the Pacific Ocean, which was destroyed in a global cataclysm tens of thousands of years ago; Mu was the original home of mankind, and all subsequent civilizations descended... More > from it. The Pacific islands and their inhabitants are supposed to be the last survivors of this primordial motherland. Churchward's Mu was a huge continent, which stretched from Micronesia in the West to Easter Island and Hawaii in the East. He also believed in a literal mid-Atlantic Atlantis. He proposed a global network of huge gas-filled caverns which, if vented, could cause large areas of land to be submerged. He claimed that, while posted in India, he befriended a priest ('Rishi'), who revealed to him ancient tablets written in an otherwise unknown language. The Rishi taught him how to read this language, Naacal. The tablets described the land of Mu, the Lemuria of the Theosophists.< Less