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The Disappearance of the Universe

Author: Gary R. Renard
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Two remarkable teachers came into Gary Renard's life in 1992, he chose to listen to them carefully. (And ask a lot of questions.) The result is this startling book; An extraordinary record of 17 mind-bending conversations that took place over nearly a decade, reorienting the author's life, and giving the world an uncompromising introduction to a spiritual teaching destined to change human history.


Love Has Forgotten No One

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Your Immortal Reality

Author: Gary R. Renard
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In this fascinating book, Gary Renard and his Ascended Master Teachers, Arten and Pursah, teach you how to integrate advanced spiritual principles into your everyday life. Doing so leads beyond theory to an experience of the Divine and the undoing of the ego. Your progress will be accelerated to such a degree that, with continued practice, you can’t help but stop the need to reincarnate . . . once and for all. Like Gary’s first book, The Disappearance of the Universe, this work elaborates on the teachings of two spiritual classics, The Gospel of Thomas and A Course in Miracles. By focusing on a unique brand of quantum forgiveness, rather than the old-fashioned kind, and taking the understanding of the importance of thought up to a whole new level, your goal will become nothing less than to break the cycle of birth and death.


The Disappearance of God

Author: Joseph Hillis Miller
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Confronts the consciousness of an absent (though perhaps still existent) God in the writings of Thomas De Quincey, Robert Browning, Emily Bront, Matthew Arnold, and Gerard Manley Hopkins. This title surveys the intellectual and material developments that conspired to cut man off from God.


The Disappearance of Literature

Author: Aaron Hillyer
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In this book Aaron Hillyer considers the implications of Maurice Blanchot's strange formulation: "Literature is heading to its essence, which is its disappearance." This quest leads Hillyer to stage a dialogue between the works of Blanchot and Giorgio Agamben. Despite being primary points of reference for literary theory, no significant critical work has examined their "literary" writings together. The Disappearance of Literature initiates this new trajectory through readings of Blanchot's The Unavowable Community and Agamben's The Open, two short books that harbor their most enigmatic writings. A series of related concepts-study, community, mysticism, and friendship-emerges from this pairing, and, Hillyer argues, forms the basis of a new vein of contemporary literature found in the novels and hybrid fictions of Enrique Vila-Matas, Anne Carson, and Cesar Aira.


The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos

Author: Margaret Mascarenhas
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Irene dos Santos disappeared at age 15. Believed to have drowned while on holiday with her best friend, Lily Martinez, her body was never found. Now, years later, she appears ghostlike in Lily's dreams, prompting a quest for the truth behind her disappearance. Mysteriously, Lily, eight-months pregnant with her first child, slips and falls on the same day that the statue of Maria Lionza, Patron Saint of their Venezuelan town, cracks in two. Confined to her bed, Lily is surrounded by her family and closest friends, who agree that a Novena to Maria Lionza will guide the baby's spirit safely into the world. Together, through their nine nights of prayer, each offers a story to entertain Lily and her baby. What emerges is a vivid picture of Venezuela during a time of revolution and uncertainty-and the unraveling of the mystery behind Irene dos Santos. "The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos is an intricately woven tale of love and memory from a deeply talented writer." --- Laila Lalami, author of Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits and Secret Son "Mascarenhas uses a 15-year-old girl's disappearance to spin a multilayered history of a Venezuelan family, incorporating folklore, political intrigue and magical realism...This family epic is immersive; no character or event is left unexplored from multiple perspectives. Indeed, the conclusion is like the final piece of an intricate puzzle." --Publishers Weekly


Closing The Circle Pursahs Gospel Of Th

Author: Van Rogier Fentene Vlissingen
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An open invitation for a fresh look at Jesus, inspired by ACIM, Thomas Gospel and Gary Renard.


The Reality of Infinity and the Existence

Author: Yilmaz Gökdeniz
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This book covers cosmology, infinity, existence, providence (destiny), and issues related to the nature of the universe and existence of God. The main focus is a new understanding of 'infinity'.


The Wonders of the Universe

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A History of the Universe

Author: Henry Kong M. D.
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Take a mind blowing journey beyond the furthest stars, from the Big Bang to the end of time. Witness the evolution of complexity, from organic chemistry to the Dinosaurs. Probe the deepest recesses of the human mind in search consciousness itself. It's all here in this dazzling first volume of Henry Kong's history of the Universe.