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Ashdod By Marc May, Marc T. May
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To live in Ashdod is to in a dead and oppressed place.Satan will display you as a trophy once he banishes you to this fortified city.Once banished, it is difficult to escape. This powerful powerful... More > teaching, has set entire churches,ministries, and families free. This is an another avenue that God has used apostle Marc to expose the enemy.When you read this powerful book generational curses will be broken off you and your family. This book is a must read for church leaders everywhere!< Less
Love and Revolution By Jah's Creation
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Jah's Creation has proven Love and our conscious efforts for Liberation- The Revolution can intertwine. Taking her pen and describing spiritual love for our conscious minded counterparts she evokes... More > the Liberated spirit within us all. Just as the prelude to the piece entitled Vows For the Revolution state: "... Nothing is more sacred than two people yoked in all things. Two conscious minds melding a life together..." The author also envisions a conscious mindset free of the 21 Century shackles. She charges in her piece "Revolution- Bastard of Freedumb and Death", we as a people have failed as a Collective Family. Within this book both entities live and breathe side by side to re-create the Eden we strive to find in one another.< Less
Love and Revolution By Jah's Creation
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Jah's Creation has proven Love and our conscious efforts for Liberation- The Revolution can intertwine. Taking her pen and describing spiritual love for our conscious minded counterparts she evokes... More > the Liberated spirit within us all. Just as the prelude to the piece entitled Vows For the Revolution state: "... Nothing is more sacred than two people yoked in all things. Two conscious minds melding a life together..." The author also envisions a conscious mindset free of the 21 Century shackles. She charges in her piece "Revolution- Bastard of Freedumb and Death", we as a people have failed as a Collective Family. Within this book both entities live and breathe side by side to re-create the Eden we strive to find in one another.< Less
Ploughman's Son By Kurt R.A. Giambastiani
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Bretagne, 880 AD Alain, the bastard son of the witch of Dead Ox Wood, only dreamt of wielding the magic of the ley lines until the day when a mad spirit threatens his life, and he pierces the barrier... More > to reach his hidden talent. But his new-found skills do not lead to the prosperity of his dreams. Instead, they place him on a path to a destiny he never imagined. Alain is thrust into the center of a centuries-long battle for power over the Lands of Men. Is he the mage foretold by ages past? Is he the Fair One? His talent draws enemies and allies alike, and pits him against the most powerful mages of this world, and of the next! In this engrossing novel, the author of the Fallen Cloud Saga and Dreams of the Desert Wind, creates an exciting alternate world that blends magic and politics, myth and history. The Dark Ages come alive with depth and honesty, taking the reader on a journey filled with prophecy, magic, and twists of fate.< Less
orphans of a secret war By bruce anderson
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I am a result of the Vietnam War, actually—the "Secret War" in Laos--a bastard son of an American soldier stationed in Udon Thani during the decades-long Indochina conflict. When... More > American soldiers moved into Udon Air Force Base, the promise of great opportunities and riches excited many impoverished villagers around the rural Isaan farmlands; long overlooked by the Thai government. My mother, a young woman at the time, embraced this chance to make money, and even dreamed of being married off to a rich Tahaan Falaang who would take her away from the misery of subsistence living—a poor rural Isaan woman’s fantasy that evaporated the moment the Americans packed up and went home. With mounting pressure to survive in these rural lands, my mother did what many women in the same situation did—dropped me off at an orphanage. It was a journey that shredded my spirit and buried me deep in despair. I had no choice but to reach out into the unknown. Fate took me there. But a miracle brought me out…< Less