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How to See and Read the Aura

Author: Ted Andrews
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"Anyone can learn to see and experience the aura more effectively." -Ted Andrews If you''ve ever felt immediately comfortable-or uncomfortable-around someone you''ve just met, you''ve probably sensed a person''s aura. Now you can learn to actually see the aura-the energy field that surrounds the human body. Popular author Ted Andrews presents simple and effective techniques for not only seeing auras, but also deciphering what the aura reveals about a person''s physical, emotional, and spiritual self. Discover how to: See the colors of the aura and interpret their meanings Make simple tools to measure the aura Cleanse, strengthen, and protect your own aura Increase your sensitivity and intuition Boost your energy and improve your health


Roses of the Dreamer

Author: Benjamin Granger
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Two people who are at a library in Stapleton, CA discover an ancient book that they believe may have been written by Leonardo DaVinci. When they read through the book, they realize that it may actually hold the secret to time travel. When they discover that the book may hold the secret to time travel, they decide they must keep it out of the wrong hands. When they realize it also holds a secret about the past in their community, they go on a journey through the past. Through the writings in the book, they soon know that they must protect it at all costs, but suspicions rise. The book starts off with the inventor Da Vinci creating a plan for a time travel mechanism. Although he attempts to create the plans, he soon realizes that he will be discovered by the authorities soon and must be on his way. After the preface of the book, it then moves to two young men at a library in Stapleton, CA who discover a book at the library. Although it looks normal at first, they soon realize that contains some specific writings that are hidden within the books contents. Even though, they start to think it's an interesting book they do not realize just yet what power that it holds. After a while, they take the book home with them, and attempt to decipher it, and soon figure it that it's not just a book, but a rather a real gateway that was possibly invented by Leonardo Da Vinci to time travel.


Sundials and Roses of Yesterday

Author: Alice Morse Earle
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The American author Alice Morse Earle (1851-1911) practised a distinctive form of historical writing which made innovative use of material evidence in its focus on the details of everyday life. Lavishly illustrated, this 1902 work illuminates the social history of two 'garden delights': sundials and roses.


A wreath out of the roses of Loretto or Rhymes to our Lady a paraphrase of the Litany written by a convert and ed by a Catholic priest

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The Rose of the Valley

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The Roses of Picardie

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A string of long-lost and cursed rubies gives the title to this highly imaginative tale. Jacquiz Helmut and Balbo Blakeney, among other eccentric characters, pursue the jewels across four countries and eight centuries. Horror, intrigue and high comedy shape the story as it races towards an unforgettable climax.


The Rose of Sharon

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Roses of Blood on Barbwire Vines

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Zombies have devoured mankind. And the few survivors would be better off dead because a clan of vampires, bloodthirsty and vicious, have captured the remnants of humanity for livestock. In an apartment building barricaded with wrecked cars, concrete rubble, and snarls of barbwire, the vampires breed lobotomized amputees. Ann, the secret blood slave of the maternity doctor, has evaded this fate, yet her sister Ellie has not. Though she longs to escape, Ann cannot abandon her sibling and unborn niece. But she may have to if she wants to survive. The living dead have found a weak spot in the barricade and are quickly invading the building. Shade, the vampire monarch, defends her kingdom, while Frost, Shade's general, plans to migrate to an island where they can breed and hunt humans. In their path stands a legion of corpses, just now evolving into something far more lethal, something with tentacles--and that's just the beginning.


The Book of Roses

Author: Francis Parkman
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Example in this ebook It is needless to eulogize the Rose. Poets from Anacreon and Sappho, and earlier than they, down to our own times, have sung its praises; and yet the rose of Grecian and of Persian song, the rose of troubadours and minstrels, had no beauties so resplendent as those with which its offspring of the present day embellish our gardens. The "thirty sorts of rose," of which John Parkinson speaks in 1629, have multiplied to thousands. New races have been introduced from China, Persia, Hindostan, and our own country; and these, amalgamated with the older families by the art of the hybridist, have produced still other forms of surpassing variety and beauty. This multiplication and improvement are still in progress. The last two or three years have been prolific beyond precedent in new roses; and, with all regard for old favorites, it cannot be denied, that, while a few of the roses of our forefathers still hold their ground, the greater part are cast into the shade by the brilliant products of this generation. In the production of new roses, France takes the lead. A host of cultivators great and small—Laffay, Vibert, Verdier, Margottin, Trouillard, Portemer, and numberless others—have devoted themselves to the pleasant art of intermarrying the various families and individual varieties of the rose, and raising from them seedlings whose numbers every year may be counted by hundreds of thousands. Of these, a very few only are held worthy of preservation; and all the rest are consigned to the rubbish heap. The English, too, have of late done much in raising new varieties; though their climate is less favorable than that of France, and their cultivators less active and zealous in the work. Some excellent roses, too, have been produced in America. Our climate is very favorable to the raising of seedlings, and far more might easily be accomplished here. In France and England, the present rage for roses is intense. It is stimulated by exhibitions, where nurserymen, gardeners, landed gentlemen, and reverend clergymen of the Established Church, meet in friendly competition for the prize. While the French excel all others in the production of new varieties, the English are unsurpassed in the cultivation of varieties already known; and nothing can exceed the beauty and perfection of some of the specimens exhibited at their innumerable rose-shows. If the severity of our climate has its disadvantages, the clearness of our air and the warmth of our summer sun more than counterbalance them; and it is certain that roses can be raised here in as high perfection, to say the very least, as in any part of Europe. To be continue in this ebook


The Most Beautiful Rose

Author: Domenica Calabrese Tedeschi
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Domenica Calabrese Tedeschi’s The Most Beautiful Rose is a delightful, yet heartbreaking memoir of an Italian girl growing up in a rural village in the Molise section of Italy. She tends cows, brings manure to her father, feeds the animals, and does other daily farm chores. She also goes to school and enjoys an extremely close relationship with her two cousins. Until one day, they move away to Canada. They are all devastated! But, an even greater tragedy is to befall the family. Their mother dies leaving seven children, aged 14 years to newborn infant! One day at a time, they learn to cope with the hardships of life without Mom. Two of the sisters were placed in an orphanage. Eventually, their father married a woman they all knew who lived in The United States, and the family emigrates to America. The two oldest children remained in Italy, however, leading to another heartrending good-bye. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll learn a great deal about Italian life and culture when you read The Most Beautiful Rose, Memoir of an Italian Immigrant’s Extraordinary Childhood! Several photographs and a map of Italy, too!