The cover-up was a gigantic group lie. Lying is simultaneously one of the
symptons and one of the causes of evil, one of the blossoms and one of the roots.
It is why this book is entitled People of the Lie. Until now we have been
Author: M. Scott Peck
Publisher: Random House
A gripping book from the bestselling author of hugely popular self-help book, The Road Less Travelled. Leading psychiatrist and self-help pioneer Dr M.Scott Peck reveals his encounters with evil, during sessions with patients of his psychiatric therapy. "The patient suddenly resembled a writhing snake of great strength. . . More frightening than the writhing body, however, was the face. The eyes were hooded with lazy reptilian torpor. . ." This is the second bestselling book by Dr M. Scott Peck. In this gripping psychology book, the leading psychiatrist describes his encounters during psychiatric therapy with patients who are not merely ill but manifestly evil - People of the Lie. This brilliant, disturbing book forces us to confront the darker side of our natures and to recogise that without spiritual and religious dimension, modern psychiatry cannot claim to understand human nature or behaviour. It is a worthy successor to The Road Less Travelled.
She said , “ The difference between the ear and the eye is the difference between
the lie and the truth . The lie is all that you hear from the ear ; the · heard is the lie
and the seen is the truth . ' The People are Sleeping Truth is your own ...
Lies are enthroned . That ' s why politics becomes so important in this world - -
because politics is the game of lies . And the politicians become the most
important people in the world . They should be the last . They become the first
Chapter Three The Perpetration of the Lie in Church Shortly after Peter ' s “ Good
Confession ” in Matthew 16 : 1319 , Jesus began to show His disciples that " He
must go to Jerusalem , and suffer many things from the elders and chief priests ...
In this new republic, where is the locus of power does it reside with the people,
the states or the national government? What are the aims of government: self-
preservation, liberty, justice, the promotion of happiness, or the protection of ...
Author: Stephen Miklosik M.D.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book describes the unnecessary actions of Abraham Lincoln in causing and pursuing the greatest American crime of the nineteenth century, the American Civil war and secondly its cover-up by his cabinet and all the sycophantic historians following. My extensive reading on the Civil War and visiting the Gettysburg battlefield left me aghast as to the number of soldiers, the cream of. American manhood, were sacrificed and wasted upon the numerous battlefields 600,000 plus, more dead than all American wars combined. Yet historians pass this off as justifiable homicide, and a small price to pay to achieve freedom for four million slaves. To me this is sheer blasphemy! According to 'the philosophical principles espoused by Jean Jacques Rousseau, John Locke, Thomas Hobbes etc., the Thirteen Colonies claimed their natural right to declare their independence fro. the Mother Country, Britain. and establish their own right to self-determination. The Declaration of Independence, beginning "When in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People t() dissolve the Political Bands which have connected the. with another" etc., says it all. (Interestingly Texas used almost identical language in their declaration to be free from Mexico.) But men the South had the audacity to declare these same fundamental rights an enraged Lincoln denied it to them thereby plunging the nation in the worst case of fratricide the world has ever known through his scorched-earth policy. Using the clever battle-cry. "The Nation must be preserved" he convinced the Nation as to the urgency of crushing the South.
Release on 2014-08-28 | by Robson Apostle of Jesus
and many other initiatives and conducts no Biblical basis, simply to attract more people to the church in order to increase revenue, it is not the gospel of Jesus
Christ, are teachings created by evil men away from the truth, they did so many ...
Author: Robson Apostle of Jesus
Publisher: Apóstolo Robson de Jesus
This book aims to expose the truth about many churches and religions, once a lie is spoken in several churches will surely drive thousands of people to be deceived and harmed. This book teaches how not to be fooled by any religious leader who can be diverted from the Holy Bible.
We are all People of the Lie. We all say our families love each other, yet we all
have unloving patterns in our families. This level of being one of the People of the Lie is personal. The Vietnam War made us all People of the Lie on a national ...
Author: Mary T. Ficalora
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Category: Political Science
Encourages people to create social change in their lives and the world around them through personal responsibility and community involvement built on ethical values such as honor, forgiveness, and bravery.
By a fair and many conduct he has given the lie to those false pretences, to those
delusive insinations by which they have deceived the American people. Let them,
if they please, pretend that this is the language of a British tory. I despise that ...
If Golden Cap is iconic to the people of Dorset, then Chesil Beach is perhaps
known to everyone else. Starting at West Bay, the coastline starts to describe a
magnificent, almost geometrical, slightly curved line. Chesil Beach – or Bank – is
Author: Ian Vince
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Like most of us, Ian Vince used to think of the British countryside as average, unexciting - as dramatic as a nice cup of tea. Then, over the course of a single car journey, the features of our green and pleasant land reawakened a fascination with geology that he had long forgotten, and he began to delve beneath the surface (metaphorically, that is). From the rocks of north-west Scotland which are amongst the oldest on the planet to St Michael's Mount off the coast of Cornwall, which was still being shaped in human memory, The Lie of the Land takes us on a journey through a fantastically exotic Britain of red desert sands, shattering continental collisions and tides of volcanic lava. Ian Vince shows us how Britain came to look the way it does; and with warmth and wit transports us back through billions of years to a land that time forgot.