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Perception By Thomas DiPaolo
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In the year 2032 a series of strange and unexplained UFO sightings will occur throughout the world. Having been overwhelmed with science fiction depictions of alien spacecraft and apocalyptic... More > results; all of humanity brace and prepare for war. All but one single man knows the reality of what is about to happen. He alone must bear the weight of that knowledge and what actions to take. He alone knows these visitors are not what they seem. He alone knows their capabilities and most importantly their origins which far exceed the imagination of any. In a myriad of changing circumstances and varying perceptions of reality, all struggle to keep up and understand. Before the end, humanity in all of its developmental stages will combine and engage in a chess match between what is real and what is perceived. Unlikely alliances will form, mass hysteria ensue and none will be left untouched. Humanity both past and present will be forever changed in the delicate and interlocking web of time and events.< Less
Realm Perception By K. M. Hipkins
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Three women who each have a special gift discover that their gifts have a reason greater than they can imagine.
New Perceptions By Mary Mongiovi
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Natasha was well rooted in a reality that had been forced upon her. It took a fateful ride in a taxi to show her how little she really knew about it. Available in download OR printed book through... More > Short Story Collection Volume 1. Gothic content.< Less
Art Perception By David Cycleback
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A complex and fascinating question is why do humans have such strong emotional reactions and human connections to art? Why do viewers become scared, even haunted for days, by a movie monster they... More > know doesn't exist? Why do humans become enthralled by distorted figures and scenes that aren't realistic? Why do viewers have emotional attachments to comic book characters? The answer lies in that, while humans know art is human made artifice, they view and decipher art using the same often nonconscious methods that they use to view and decipher reality. Looking at how we perceive reality shows us how we perceive art, and looking at how we perceive art helps show us how we perceive reality. Written by the prominent art historian and philosopher Cycleback, this book is a concise introduction to understanding art perception, covering key psychological, cognitive science, physiological and philosophical concepts.< Less
Perceptions of the Paranormal By Ken A. Jackson
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This book asks the questions and opens deabte on ghosts and aliens, it ponders the idea of a universal energy that guides us, and asks 'is this God?' It contmeplates the responsibility of science in... More > the paranormal, and looks at our perceptions of truth and reality. It has features debating for and against time-travel, life after death and aliens.< Less
Perceptions of the Paranormal By Ken A. Jackson
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This book asks the questions and opens deabte on ghosts and aliens, it ponders the idea of a universal energy that guides us, and asks 'is this God?' It contmeplates the responsibility of science in... More > the paranormal, and looks at our perceptions of truth and reality. It has features debating for and against time-travel, life after death and aliens.< Less
Binaural Beats and Pain Perception By Peter Bryant
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Thought Perceptions and Soul Reflections By Reverend Benjamin Willis
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An enlightening collection of Insights into the human condition ranging from spiritual and socialogical topics to scientific and the esoteric.
Sixth Sense ( Extrasensory Perception ) By Deep Bora
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The original price of this book is estimated at 8 trillion American dollars. Reason; In the science fiction methodology that this book envisages, the well known inter-planetary based professor has... More > gathered around him a very well balanced and professionally adept group of interplanetary deep space personnel. These well trained outer space personnel are drawn up from their respective space stations including Earth and Uranus -- Forward space research stations. The mission; Is to make this select group of inter-planetary humans aware about the proper working and availability of knowledge pertaining to -- Extrasensory Perception. They must be groomed within a very short time and be prepared to accept this extraordinary method of Human Inherent values. It is the professor's duty to teach and train this interplanetary deep space personnel group. They in turn, must listen and deliberate to the professor's lectures.< Less
Perceptions, book 1: The Potentate By Desiree Cunin
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In a world where history unfolded differently, where Christianity never came to be and where gods and spirits walk alongside man, where the word “science” applies not only to technology... More > but also to the arts of the Espers, the followers of the old ways will find themselves pitted against the martyrs of the new. Oedipus, Captain of the Mycenaean guard, finds himself standing at the epicenter of the worst war seen in over four decades. Horus is an Egyptian, one of the lucky few who escaped with his life when the Adepts destroyed his country. Mea is a poor country girl who ran away from home to seek Espers in faraway lands. And then there is Cassandra, a young Esper and student to the eldest living member of the Larakan race. According to the ill begotten prophecies of a meddlesome old man, she is their last hope for salvation. But she is a mediocre student at best. In the last days of the Reclamation Age, an ancient race will refuse to fall.< Less