In three years as a Watcher, Grace Evans has made a name for herself and is on her way to becoming The Council’s best asset.
Author: Eilidh Miller
Publisher: Eilidh Miller
In three years as a Watcher, Grace Evans has made a name for herself and is on her way to becoming The Council’s best asset. To protect the future she must also protect the past, making sure history happens as it should and saving mankind from themselves. It’s always a nuanced line to walk, but it’s something the fiercely determined Grace never fails to achieve. For her next mission, The Council instructs her that she must stop a man named Euan Cameron from rejoining the Jacobite Army and dying in battle at Culloden. Once Grace arrives in the Scottish Highlands of 1746, it doesn't take her long to discover that this mission is unlike any she has previously undertaken. Euan is dedicated to his Chief and his clan, with no interest in abandoning his duty no matter what this kind and intriguing stranger has to say. Grace has only a short time to persuade Euan to walk away from a battle she knows will end in his death, and very few options to achieve her goal. She isn't certain what the consequences of failure are, and she definitely doesn't want to find out. As the time for his departure nears and Euan remains steadfast, Grace begins to wonder if her only option to save him and the future is to abandon all of The Council’s rules. When Grace makes her choice, it changes the outcome to something neither of them could ever have expected, altering their lives and history forever.
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restaurant? You consider that an answer to prayer?'' THE WATCHERS ''It's a
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Author: Mark Andrew Olsen
Publisher: Bethany House
Just below the surface among the family of God lives another family tree--one traced in spirit, invisible and ageless, known as the Watchers. For two thousand years they've seen beyond the veil separating this world from the next, passing on their gift through a lineage mostly overlooked. Throughout history they've scouted the borders of the supernatural frontier, but now their survival hangs by a thread. And their fate lies in the hands of a young woman, her would-be killer, and a mystery they must solve. . . . "Congratulations. You just reached my own little corner of cyberspace. Who am I? Abby Sherman, that's who. Who are you? And why are you checking me out? Drop me a few pixels, and let's find out!" With that innocent invitation, Abby Sherman unwittingly steps in the crosshairs of history, and thus begins her harrowing tale--taking her from ocean-front Malibu to the streets of London, the jungles in West Africa, the Temple Mount, Jerusalem, and to the very gates of heaven itself! A sneak preview of eternity becomes her one-way ticket to danger--and discovery. . . . Two lives collide in a globe-circling adventure involving both peril and discovery: Abby, a young woman whose visions of heaven turn her into a Web-celebrity; and Dylan, a troubled young man sent by an ancient foe to silence her. From California beachfronts to Nigerian rain forests to Jerusalem and back again, The Watchers is high-octane blends of action, mystery, and spiritual battle spanning centuries. A woman's awe-inspiring vision launches her on a quest through distant lands and ancient history, face-to-face with eternity and into the arms of a family line on the brink of annihilation . . . A man who is hired to exterminate her discovers the folly of blind loyalty, then learns how to wage war in a realm he never believed had existed . . . An extraordinary saga of the unseen war against evil, the reality of the supernatural, and the transforming power of forgiveness.
Release on 1806 | by Samuel Horsley (bp. of St. Asaph.)
Watchers , " and “ the word of the Holy Ones . " - " The matter is by the decree of the Watchers , and the requisition is by the word of the Holy Ones : " and the
intent of the matter is to give mankind a proof , in the fall and restoration of this
We want to join The Watchers in their exploration of this larger universe, the
universe that we have coined the name the Multiverse. This new realm is indeed
a strange place. The constants of this universe do not apply there. Time, space
Author: William Rayer
In the vastness of space there are the Watchers. Who are they? Where did they come from? Those are the questions the Family of Man would like to answer. The Watchers are an enigmatic race that controls the universe in ways unknown to the Family of Man. They made their presence known only a few times in the history of the Family of Man. Popping in and out of existence, they offer aid and ideas at critical times. They brought a faction of the Family of Man back to their Homeworld to recolonize and develop what they feared had been destroyed by their sun. Humanity had gained their attention when nuclear weapons had been launched in space near Jupiter, an incident that could have changed the history of the human solar system. Come along with Aiden and Stovan as they attempt to discover the truth about these entities called: The Watchers.
In the legends of the prophets of old it is written that in the first millennium, five
thousand years ago, great warrior angels known as Watchers were given charge
to observe and guide the humans of the earth, and help them grow in knowledge
Author: J. J. Falcon
The angelic Watcher, Orpheus, has informed the young Endorian, Ian Fetter that he is the heir to the map and key, which will aid him on his mission to retrieve the secrets and golden seal that have been hidden for over five thousand years. Marco Gonzales, a federal officer seeks the truth about his own identity, and joins Ian. They travel to Europe to train under the mystic Endorian, Abbot Adrius, who reveals the true nature of evil, and the coming of the Dark Lord. Adrius solicits the help of Kasbar, the leader of the rebel forces, and his sidekick, Brother O'Leary, to find the command center of a space weapon that can destroy an entire city. Meanwhile, the Supreme Minister of Europe, Balarus, has joined forces with the evil Watcher, Toumus, to defeat the rebels, and create a new order by cloning a new, more powerful race of Goths in a chamber deep in the earth. Toumus has sent the Goth, Cronos, to stop Ian from retrieving the golden seal, and secure the map and key. On his mission, Ian will experience the trials and tribulations of the power of the forces of darkness, and will be betrayed by the one he trusts the most.
After coming out of The Cave of Treasures, the Watchers learned the trades and
varied skills from the guardian angels that put them several centuries ahead of
their human counterparts in a matter of a few years. They learn to create the
Author: J. Bernhardt
Publisher: Author House
After the banishment from Eden, Satan works to deceive the sons of Seth, the Sons of Heaven, also called the Watchers, into desiring the beautiful women among the descendants of Cain. The 200 male Watchers, led by Sêmîazâz covet the daughters of Cain, descending into debauchery and taking the women as their wives, producing giants, monsters of all kinds and human abominations called the Nephilim. When God covers the earth with floodwaters, the Sons of Heaven are taken in by Lucifer and become the fallen angels. Meanwhile, the remaining Watchers on Mt. Hermon, have also been changed following the great flood, their body structure and DNA permanently altered by God. Led by angel princes, these new Watchers are divided into twenty clans and instructed to worship and serve Adonai but forbidden to have contact with humans for the first twenty millennia. After that period, they venture into the world populated by millions of people to find and rid the earth of the Nephilim, doing battle and risking their lives in the process. In this fantasy novel, a group of beings blessed by God must make their way through the world and rid it of the creatures known as Nephilim in order to keep God’s creation safe.
'Finish this,' the admiral said to the Watcher. 'Take their souls.' There was a
blinding light, a scream to torture the ears, and Randall dropped to his knees. I
wanted to run to him but couldn't move; wanted to call out to him but couldn't
Author: Neil Spring
Publisher: Hachette UK
A chilling tale based on true events from the bestselling author of The Ghost Hunters, now a major ITV drama starring Rafe Spall A chilling tale based on true events. At the height of the Cold War, officials investigated a series of unusual events that occurred along a strip of rugged Pembrokeshire coastline nicknamed 'The Broad Haven Triangle'. The events made national headlines: lights and objects hovering in the sky, ghostly figures peering into farmhouse windows... Thirty years later, official files were finally released for public scrutiny at the National Archives. The disclosure prompted a new witness to come forward to speak of what he knew. His testimony rocked the very foundations of the British Government. This is his story.
The children of men will not perish because of the secret things the Watchers
have disinterred and taught their sons. The whole earth is corrupted because of
the works that were taught by Azazel: To him I blame all sin.” Then the great
Author: Douglas C. Atkins
Hundreds of years ago, deep within an ancient Jewish religious work, the details of a prophesied judgment day are revealed. Written in 300 BC, the book of Enoch holds the truth for the future. The world needs to know the reality, but one question remainswho will spread the word? Long after the turn of the twenty-first century, water and oxygen are in short supply. With nearly all the natural resources depleted, a megacompany controls the insatiable demand for water and oxygen through its international desalination plants. But when the companys network administrator discovers someone is sending out classified security information about the plants, he has no idea that it is all part of a plot hatched by the Church of the Elect. Its leader, Shaul Eitan, is determined to carry out a plan to destroy all the desalination plants and, worse yet, to initiate a nuclear holocaust. Eitan wants nothing more than to destroy the human population forever. The Watchers have no choicethey must risk everything. Chaos reigns in a future dystopian world as everyone wonders if the book of Enoch has foretold a truthful ending to the universe.
Every hour, childlike Marc Rochat circles the Lausanne cathedral as the watchmen have done for centuries. Then one day a beautiful woman draws him out of the shadows—the angel his mother once promised him would come. But Katherine Taylor is no angel. She’s one of the toughest and most resourceful call girls in Lausanne. Until something unnatural seething beneath a new client’s request sends her fleeing to the sanctuary of an unlikely protector. Into their refuge comes Jay Harper. The private detective has awakened in Lausanne with no memory of how he got there—and only one thing driving him forward: a series of unsettling murders he feels compelled to solve. Pray for the three strangers. They have something in common they can’t begin to imagine.
I screamed. “We're sorry! But we aren't allowed to talk to strangers.” They said.
They continued to sing, I looked up in terror as the ceiling grew farther away.
Goodbye. I woke up at last, for real this time, to be 84 | The Watchers| Guillermo
... tension within the house, to disappear and to be replaced with a new, relaxed
atmosphere. It wasn't long and the Kreaton's were on their way over to the
Brannon's house. Chapter 5 When the Kreaton family drove up in front 35 The Watchers.
Author: Joseph Hoffman
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Subjects of the supernatural and the paranormal, specifically hauntings, demonology and exorcisms, have become very popular subjects within western civilization. Through the words of fiction, author Joseph K. Hoffman attempts to illustrate the idea that the acceptance of the existence of evil supernatural entities requires the same faith as the acceptance of the existence of one living God, as well as the unseen presence of God's divine servants beings whom we humans call 'Angels.' In "The Watchers," Hoffman presents the view that faith, guided in whichever direction, can produce incredible results. In a society increasingly fascinated with the presence of supernatural entities, "The Watchers" is a story of the tremendous power of faith when directed towards light over darkness.
... at the cardinal's palace. Allen once again instructed Johnson and Sledd to
move ahead of the main party, directing them from Bologna to Milan to deliver
letters. They were to wait for him in Turin. The two men, priest and watcher,
arrived in ...
Author: Stephen Alford
Publisher: Penguin UK
'An enthralling account of the murky shadow-world of Elizabethan espionage' Helen Castor, author of She-Wolves 'Alford has brought a dash of le Carré to the 16th century' The Times Elizabeth I's reign is known as a golden age, yet to much of Europe she was a 'Jezebel' and heretic who had to be destroyed. The Watchers is a thrilling portrayal of the secret state that sought to protect the Queen; a shadow world of spies, codebreakers, agent provocateurs and confidence-men who would stop at nothing to defend the realm. 'Absorbing and closely documented ... Alford vividly evokes this murky world of codes, ciphers, invisible ink, intercepted letters, aliases, disguises, forgeries and instructions to burn after reading ... flowing narrative and crisp judments ... engrossing' Guardian
A succession of watchers had traced him to a house in Paddington. They could
have got him there, along with three more, but Mitchell held fire. He asked for
more personnel to be called in and Beaumont delivered them. At one point, his
Darkness roamed the earth in many forms with evil intentions.
Author: Sharon Brunner
Darkness roamed the earth in many forms with evil intentions. Beings, who look like us, have planted thoughts and fed off our life energy. Many humans lost their lives to scary, hungry monsters. Ghosts and shadow people haunt households and raise havoc for the unsuspecting. Can technology be trusted? Why are so many addicted to it? Is modern technology taking over the world? Women and men horrified by unwanted attention while others have had their identity stolen. Tormented by shapeshifting monsters, black-eyed children and witches' curses. Genetic experiments resulting in our DNA mixed with those from other planets and from the heavens. They walk among us, stories of them perpetuated by inquiring endeavors. Read with an open mind and ask is this why or draw your own conclusions.
Using exclusive access to key insiders, Shane Harris charts the rise of America's surveillance state over the past twenty-five years and highlights a dangerous paradox: Our government's strategy has made it harder to catch terrorists and easier to spy on the rest of us. Our surveillance state was born in the brain of Admiral John Poindexter in 1983. Poindexter, Reagan's National Security Advisor, realized that the United States might have prevented the terrorist massacre of 241 Marines in Beirut if only intelligence agencies had been able to analyze in real time data they had on the attackers. Poindexter poured government know-how and funds into his dream-a system that would sift reams of data for signs of terrorist activity. Decades later, that elusive dream still captivates Washington. After the 2001 attacks, Poindexter returned to government with a controversial program, called Total Information Awareness, to detect the next attack. Today it is a secretly funded operation that can gather personal information on every American and millions of others worldwide. But Poindexter's dream has also become America's nightmare. Despite billions of dollars spent on this digital quest since the Reagan era, we still can't discern future threats in the vast data cloud that surrounds us all. But the government can now spy on its citizens with an ease that was impossible-and illegal-just a few years ago. Drawing on unprecedented access to the people who pioneered this high-tech spycraft, Harris shows how it has shifted from the province of right- wing technocrats to a cornerstone of the Obama administration's war on terror. Harris puts us behind the scenes and in front of the screens where twenty-first-century spycraft was born. We witness Poindexter quietly working from the private sector to get government to buy in to his programs in the early nineties. We see an army major agonize as he carries out an order to delete the vast database he's gathered on possible terror cells-and on thousands of innocent Americans-months before 9/11. We follow General Mike Hayden as he persuades the Bush administration to secretly monitor Americans based on a flawed interpretation of the law. After Congress publicly bans the Total Information Awareness program in 2003, we watch as it is covertly shifted to a "black op," which protects it from public scrutiny. When the next crisis comes, our government will inevitably crack down on civil liberties, but it will be no better able to identify new dangers. This is the outcome of a dream first hatched almost three decades ago, and The Watchers is an engrossing, unnerving wake-up call.
Sixteen-year-old Clare Michaels has always known the truth-- that she is the daughter of a fallen angel. That truth has made her life hell. A secret, centuries-old war has divided her kind. And there are only two options if the others find her: join the fight or die. When Clare's mom decides to move to the tiny town of King's Cross, Clare is skeptical. But it is there that Clare is able to understand her angelic heritage, save lives and come to grips with her destiny as a Watcher"--Back cover.
Release on 2020-04-15 | by Scriptural Research Institute
All of the five Semitic Books of Enoch and the Revelation of Metatron use the term watcher, which was replaced by grigori in the Secrets of Enoch. The word grigori
is believed to have been the Old Slavonic transliteration of the Greek word ...
Author: Scriptural Research Institute
Publisher: Scriptural Research Institute
The five books of Enoch are a collection of books written in Semitic languages, and often grouped together as the 'Book of Enoch,' or '1st Enoch.' The books were likely written at different points in time and different Semitic languages. The first book was the Book of the Watchers, which is generally considered to be the oldest book in the collection, however, the age of the book is debated. The book is now known to have originated long before Christianity since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, however, was lost for well over a thousand years to Europeans, and assumed to be a Christian-era work when the Europeans rediscovered it in Ethiopia. The five books of Enoch only survive in Ge'ez, the classical language of Ethiopia, however, do not survive intact, and some sections of text do not survive. Most of the iconography in the Book of the Watchers points to a Canaanite origin, as does the astronomical references to the seven stars beyond the eastern edge of the world, which was the situation between 2300 and 2000 BC when the Pleiades star cluster was the morning stars. The Pleiades star cluster is a group of stars in the constellation of Taurus. They are easily seen in the northern hemisphere, as well as at equatorial latitudes, and have historically been widely used to navigate by. The Greek name is believed to derive from the word meaning 'sail' (πλέω). The name Pleiades appears in both the Septuagint and Masoretic Texts, which is one of the few times the two documents agree on the names of the stars. This indicates the name may not have been redacted in this case, however, it was likely the original term would have been Aziz, the morning star, as this star or group of stars is listed in contrast to the evening star. Throughout all of ancient history, the merchant season in the Mediterranean began with the helical rising of the Pleiades, which shows the importance of the star cluster to the Canaanites, and their ancient trading partners. The Pleiades were rising in the vernal equinox around 2300 years ago, which means they would have been seen as the 'morning stars' of their time. By 2000 BC the Pleiades would have no longer been the morning stars but did continue to be used for navigation throughout recorded history.
The starship Genesis is carrying the last survivors of planet Earth on a desperate flight to a new home. But as they journey, the ship is slowly disintegrating and the oxygen supply is running dangerously low--it is a race against time and space. Out on the far reaches of the Universe, the Watchers of Space have gathered: Orion, the giant golden man; Starnight, the sword of power and magic; and Cygnus, the beautiful swan. Together, they will help save the doomed ship. But no one on the Genesis will believe twelve-year-old William when he tells the others of the Watcher’s plan because they no longer believe in anything--and they won’t until they see William go spinning off headlong into space.
This study offers the first detailed examination of the varied means by which parliament through its committees and the work of individual members has sought to scrutinise the British intelligence and security agencies and the government's use of intelligence.
The Watchers: A Novel By Alfred Edward Woodley Mason CHAPTER I TELLS OF
A DOOR AJAR AND OF A LAD WHO STOOD BEHIND IT I had never need to
keep any record either of the date or place. It was the fifteenth night of July, in the