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The Brotherhood of Light and Darkness By Jason Augustus Newcomb
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Alexander Sebastian is an armchair occult enthusiast whose world is turned upside down when his police detective brother-in-law asks him to help identify some magical symbols scrawled at a gruesome,... More > ritualistic homicide. The crime is so horrific that it almost seems the killer might be some sort of demonic creature. Alex is quickly drawn into the underground modern magick scene. He encounters a vast array of odd characters- an obese, narcissistic, drug-peddling adept, a beautiful, coke-snorting, sex magick dominatrix, an insanely jealous Freemason who pontificates with a lisp, and many others. But is one of them a killer? Or is one of them a demonic conjurer? As he tries to separate fact from fiction, and find out who is responsible for murder, Alex also discovers the beginning of his personal spiritual journey into the world of magical awakening. Discover the world of the unknown as it truly exists, with an insider's view of the real world of Witches, Wizards, Rosicrucians and magical creatures.< Less
Hot Fudge Sundaes for Breakfast: With One Reason Not to Hurl Myself Off of the Roof of an Atlantic City Casino Parking Garage By Kevin Mcconaghy
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This book depicts only fictional people, places, and things. Any similarities between anything written on the pages of this book and any actual event that may have occurred since that moment when the... More > first human indirectly crawled out of the ocean to proclaim him or herself the first King of Earth and began subjugating the “others,” is 100% coincidental. Furthermore, if you honestly believe that anything in this book is about you, then you are likely suffering from some form of schizophrenic or narcissistic personality disorder and need “help.” But for the sake of argument, I’ll play along with your delusional vanity. Let’s say that this book is 100% about you, like everything else in your self-deluding mind. So what! In a little 100 years, no one will remember that you ever existed! So stop whining about everything! All you do is whine about everything, and feel sorry for yourself! And if you actually think about it, the entire notion of eating a hot fudge sundae for breakfast is ludicrous anyway.< Less
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Lifetime of Moratoriums By Rick Copper
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Lifetime of Moratoriums is about an unusual man, MrAld ("emerald") Thausen, a shuttle driver at the mall and clerk at a butcher shop. Elderly are being humiliated and left in public naked.... More > MrAld, was once caught walking his turtle wearing nothing but shoes (bad medical diagnosis) is the prime suspect. Sheriff Todd "CHili" White isn't convinced and neither is MrAld's subsequent girlfriend Dana. One of the seniors dies. Through meticulous observance and charting, MrAld finds the perpetrator. Camel is about a man caught in his wife's extremely narcissistic behavior as he sits with her in a spousal support AA meeting. Fed up, he finally lectures the room and leaves. Pomplamoose contains a three-way triangle condoned love affair on a Mexican estate. It is lush and full of erotically analogous situations. The Rain Fell is a story of a man who comes to grips with his own addiction as he discovers his ex-girlfriend via his job as a paramedic when she escapes a sex-for-drugs pact by jumping out of 3-story window.< Less
Donald Trump: The American Caesar By Tom Strabo
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Is Donald Trump the American Caesar? There are many incredible parallels between the two men. The Roman establishment hated Julius Caesar and wanted him dead. They believed he would be a disaster for... More > Rome, and bring chaos. They thought he was an obnoxious, overweening, preening narcissist and power-mad oligarch. He was denounced as a populist demagogue who would say anything to get into power. Friends disowned him. Supporters became enemies. Numerous influential Romans spoke out against him and delivered chilling warnings if Caesar should assume power in Rome. Julius Caesar was a "Strong Man" who brought order to Rome in a time of weak leaders, an establishment that had lost its way, which no longer had any vision, and which was allowing chaos to reign on the streets. Before Caesar came to power, the glory that was Rome was fading fast. Its best days seemed behind it. The Republic was failing. Caesar set out to make Rome great again.< Less
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Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #24, in-between the net By Y SIN EMBARGO magazine
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¿Si las redes sociales encarnan la huella del objeto actual, es el actual desencanto el desencanto de las redes sociales? ¿Es la escandalosa carencia de memoria y de pasado una huida... More > hacia qué futuro? ¿Pueden nuestros reclamos reivindicarse con la política del “Me gusta”? La ilusión democratizadora del poder del ratón. ¿Qué hay detrás, sobre, entre el ejercicio narcisista de publicar, publicar lo que sea? Algunas de las pautas que constituyen el framework de esta edición. # # # If social networks embody the trace of the current object, is the current disenchantment the disenchantment of social networks? Is the scandalous lack of memory and past an escape towards what future? Can our demands be claimed with the “I like” policy? The democratizing illusion of the power of the mouse. What’s behind, on, within the narcissist exercise to publish, publish whatever? Some of the guidelines that shape this issue's framework. + http://ysinembargo.com< Less
Y SIN EMBARGO magazine #24, in-between the net By Y SIN EMBARGO magazine
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¿Si las redes sociales encarnan la huella del objeto actual, es el actual desencanto el desencanto de las redes sociales? ¿Es la escandalosa carencia de memoria y de pasado una huida... More > hacia qué futuro? ¿Pueden nuestros reclamos reivindicarse con la política del “Me gusta”? La ilusión democratizadora del poder del ratón. ¿Qué hay detrás, sobre, entre el ejercicio narcisista de publicar, publicar lo que sea? Algunas de las pautas que constituyen el framework de esta edición. # # # If social networks embody the trace of the current object, is the current disenchantment the disenchantment of social networks? Is the scandalous lack of memory and past an escape towards what future? Can our demands be claimed with the “I like” policy? The democratizing illusion of the power of the mouse. What’s behind, on, within the narcissist exercise to publish, publish whatever? Some of the guidelines that shape this issue's framework. + http://ysinembargo.com< Less
The Reality Report: Creative Commentary; A Poets Sanctuary By Roberto D. Styles
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"In this current state of affairs; we live in a society where our nation is in great divide. Every hour when there is that news flash of another mass shooting; where racial tensions continue to... More > rise; where our nations leader is completely out of touch with the needs of the people. Even more disturbing, those who advocate these narcissistic antics, while idly, we sit by, witnessing this downward spiral in humanity; where does one draw the line? How can we find some common ground in spite our differences? This project is both relevant and very necessary in our current climate; rather you agree or disagree; if nothing else, may this title provoke discussion across the lines. This book is based on the realities we all face in this current era; confronting an uncomfortable and uncompromising truth that we as a people must address. It doesn't matter if you are from the hood or the suburb; Wall Street or Main Street; the penthouse or the projects; lets all engage in discussion; let's argue!!!< Less
Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath) By L. Darlene
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"Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is an epistolary novel documenting a 37-day journey through the author’s life, wherein she faced her father’s swiftly declining... More > health due to an aggressive cancer that surgery (a Glossectomy that partially removed his tongue) failed to eradicate. The father/daughter relationship was further complicated because she hadn’t seen him in eight years, and he had been absent all of her adult life. Her relationships with her mentally-challenged, narcissistic, and toxic mother, as well as with her vodka-swilling ex-husband, reared their ugly heads as her father lost his battle with cancer. The author’s emotions could not remain compartmentalized any longer, and her belief system in herself, and in God, gets tested. "Another Thirty-(Seven) Days (The Aftermath)" is filled with raw emotion, honesty, self-reflection, humor, music, and Scripture, and is the follow-up to the author’s first book entitled "Thirty-Seven Days and One Life (A Memoir)".< Less

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