A Supernatural War

Magic, Divination, and Faith During the First World War

Author: Owen Davies

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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Page: 304

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It was a commonly expressed view during the First World War that the conflict had seen a major revival of "superstitious" beliefs and practices. Churches expressed concerns about the wearing of talismans and amulets, the international press paid considerable interest to the pronouncements of astrologers and prophets, and the authorities in several countries periodically clamped down on fortune tellers and mediums due to concerns over their effect on public morale. Out on the battlefields, soldiers of all nations sought to protect themselves through magical and religious rituals, and, on the home front, people sought out psychics and occult practitioners for news of the fate of their distant loved ones or communication with their spirits. Even away from concerns about the war, suspected witches continued to be abused and people continued to resort to magic and magical practitioners for personal protection, love, and success. Uncovering and examining beliefs, practices, and contemporary opinions regarding the role of the supernatural in the war years, Owen Davies explores the broader issues regarding early twentieth-century society in the West, the psychology of the supernatural during wartime, and the extent to which the war cast a spotlight on the widespread continuation of popular belief in magic. A Supernatural War reveals the surprising stories of extraordinary people in a world caught up with the promise of occult powers.

Rosemary for Remembrance

A Supernatural War Torn Love Story

Author: Nikki Broadwell

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Rosemary and Dylan have grown apart since his return from WW2 and prison camp. But when memories from a bygone era begin to haunt them, they are drawn together to discover the source. Could the key be the locket that Dylan found in an antique store that bears Rosemary's initials? 'Together Forever' are the words inscribed there, and somehow the daguerreotype portraits seem familiar. When a mysterious man from the East shows up, they wonder how he knows so much about their lives. Searching for answers only brings more questions, and when Dylan is nearly killed they realize the danger they are in. Can the mysteries of the past have an effect on the present? Find out in this gripping tale of love, loss, and secrets revealed.

War of the Third Heaven

Book 3 of The Godspeak Chronicles

Author: John V. Coniglio

Publisher: WestBow Press

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Category: Fiction

Page: 360

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SON OF MAN, the first book in THE GODSPEAK CHRONICLES trilogy, tells the extraordinary origin of Cog, a Peacekeeper war machine that awakens to sentience in the year 2454, and how his life mysteriously begins to parallel that of Christ when He walked the Earth. THE SHADOW OF HEAVENLY THINGS, the second in the series, traces the development of Cog’s unexpected ministry, and the furtherance of his remarkable powers and healing abilities. In WAR OF THE THIRD HEAVEN, the epic comes to a stunning climax as Cog struggles to determine his ultimate destiny amid the cataclysmic events at the end of the Age of Man. “A deeply human drama told through the life of the solar system’s first autonomic humanoid machine.” ----- Stephanie Ramirez, Freelance Reviewer, Editor, Houston, Texas “The Godspeak Chronicles will cause you to re-imagine your place in the universe.” ---- Dr. Frank Forcier, San Francisco Reviewer, Editor “The Godspeak Chronicles is suffused with world-shaking characters, events and Biblical truths of momentous consequence to men and angels alike!” ---- Jason D. McFaul, Reviewer, Editor, Professor of Literature, Author of Are You Mad “The Star Wars of Christian science fiction!” ---- Jason D. McFaul, Reviewer, Editor, Professor of Literature, Author of Are You Mad “A reverent, intelligent, and powerful futuristic epic!” ----- Dr. Frank Forcier, San Francisco Reviewer, Editor

Coming: The End!

Russia & Israel In Prophecy

Author: Thomas S McCall

Publisher: Zola Levitt Ministries

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Category: Religion

Page: 191

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Our updated release of The Coming Russian Invasion of Israel, this study of a primary End Times prophecy is vital for all who believe the Scriptures. One chapter, A Strategy for Unbelievers, even tells unbelievers how to cope with the Tribulation Period! This basic book of prophecy analyzes the world situation in surprising terms. Hal Lindsey: “A must for everyone who wants to know where we are on God’s timetable.” For many the idea of Russia attacking Israel is unbelievable — if not outright preposterous. After all, hasn’t Russia lost virtually all her military and political importance? Almost everyone important says so — the White House, the Congress, the Kremlin itself. Everyone except God. In two of the most riveting chapter in the Bible, the prophet Ezekiel forces a great northern ground army descending upon Israel shortly before the return of Christ. Who will that nation be? The answer is easier to detect than you may think — yet more startling than you may have imagined. In Coming: The End!, Thomas McCall and Zola Levitt offer the interpretive key that unlocks the identity of this nation and the important details of the invasion. Using the prophet Ezekiel as a war correspondent and a “historian of the future,” the authors answer such crucial questions as: * Why would Russia want to attack Israel? * What will the Russians’ strategy be? * How soon could they attack? And what does that mean for the United States and our foreign policy today? Why wait for Dan Rather? Ezekiel can show you one of history’s most startling wars — before it ever takes place!

Thirst

The Original Ava Delaney Series

Author: Claire Farrell

Publisher: Claire Farrell

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Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Ava Delaney #1 Ava Delaney calls herself a hybrid - a living, breathing human who happens to have vampire poison running through her veins. The only thing greater than her thirst for human blood is her capacity for guilt. She does her best to avoid the human world, for everyone's sake. When Ava accidentally enslaves a human while saving him from a vampire, she realises she has to look for help setting him free. Despite her misgivings, she expands her world but finds herself dragged into a possible vampire civil war. With the help of some new friends with ambiguous loyalties, she tries to find a way to keep her human, and herself, alive. At approx. 45,000 words, Thirst is the first in a 6-book urban fantasy series. Now comes with preview chapters of Taunt (Ava Delaney #2). Keywords: Free, Freebie, Ava Delaney, urban fantasy, paranormal, Irish fiction, vampires, nephilim, fae, angels

The Sacred Texts

The Book of Azrael

Author: Kharlo

Publisher: Kharlo

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Category: Fiction

Page: 366

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The Sacred Texts, a set of books created by the archangels of Heaven, have been kept locked away by the Creator since the early times of human history: the Book of Water crafted by Gabriel/Gabrielle, the Book of Fire forged by Michael, the Book of Earth made by Uriel, and the Book of Language created by Azrael. It is said that the last of those books, the one created by the very hands of Death Himself, is one of two keys to deciphering the language of the angels and with it the ability to control God and all in known existence. For the past two hundred years, the Fallen Angel Lucifer has waited for the proper moment to strike, the proper moment to invade Avalon and take control of the Book of Azrael in hopes of defeating the Creator once and for all. Aware of the imminent danger, Azrael tasks a single magic wielding mortal with entering Hell itself and destroying his Sacred Text. After becoming weakened in his determination to complete the task given to him by the Archangel of Death, Raven the Archmage finds that he must pass on the responsibilities of destroying The Book of Azrael to his insecure and often difficult apprentice, Jaguar. Follow Jaguar's arduous journey alongside his best friend Lion, and a mysterious earth wielding mage and his werewolf sister, as they travel through the halls of Perdition in hopes of keeping evil from gaining victory and throwing off the balance of all of Creation.The Sacred Text Series is a coming of age story that seamlessly weaves many ancient archetypes into a cohesive whole. Enter a world where vampires, angels, demons, werewolves, magic, and human myths from a myriad of cultures collide.

Fusion

Where You and God Connect

Author: Melissa Howell

Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc

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Category: Christian teenagers

Page: 377

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If youve ever wanted to connect with God for real, this is the book for you. With a blend of side-splitting humor and Bible truth, Melissa and Greg Howell take you on a tour through the rough-and-tumble world of the Bible, stopping just long enough for you to hear God speak to you.Fusion will introduce you to Bible characters whose stories you may never have read. Youll also learn facts thatll blow you away, such as this one: Ancient rabbis prohibited people under 30 from reading Song of Solomon? What would life be like with God? This is the year to find out.

Evangelism God's Way Manual

Discipleship, Educating, and Leadership

Author: Deborah Nembhard-Colquhoun

Publisher: WestBow Press

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Category: Religion

Page: 234

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EVANGELISM MANUAL This manual exemplifies the most effective methods of evangelism. It also provides many strategic plans and guidelines for effective evangelism. All believers, particularly those who aspire to be in leadership or are currently in ministry should own this evangelism manual. This manual is a much-needed resource in the field of evangelistic outreach. It seeks to give practical training and equipping to those who wish to fulfill the call of the Great Commission. The manual is useful for teaching, training, witnessing, follow-up discipleship, launching your own ministry, and even for acquiring personal knowledge of evangelism.