Clues from Beyond

True Crime Stories from Australia's #1 Psychic Detective

Author: Debbie Malone



Category: Criminal investigation

Page: 272

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Clues from Beyond explores the truth about some intense real-life Australian crimes as seen through the eyes of a psychic medium as she investigates criminal cases and unsolved murders. In this companion to Never Alone, Debbie shares more personal accounts of experiences with the spirit world and the ripple effect they create in extending proof that life and love still go on across the veil. Some stories are heart-warming and some are chilling, but all will captivate and draw you in with curiosity as you explore the truth about life and love through the perspective of those in spirit.

Voices From Beyond

Ghost Finders Book 5

Author: Simon R. Green

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 113

Ghost-busting is never simple: just ask the Ghost Finder's of New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green's Carnacki Institute. In a quiet London suburb, four university students are holding a séance in a house everyone knows is haunted - and, of course, it goes terribly wrong. Whatever or whoever they managed to summon has left them nothing but empty shells. Enter the Ghost Finders, ready to confront the enraged poltergeist and battle for the students' very souls. It's all in a day's work for the Carnacki Institute operatives - except this day is going to get very nasty indeed. What they're about to discover is that another entity had also breached the veil between worlds and crossed the threshold into ours . . . and they soon realise that it's not just four lives at stake, but all lives - humanity itself is being threatened with annihilation. Voices From Beyond is the fifth book in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green's Ghost Finders series.

Hidden Secrets from Beyond the Grave

Author: D.H. REID

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Fiction


View: 297

Based in 1958, when a crime syndicate decides to move into a small town, crime escalates to the point where the local sheriff will request the aid of a detective agency to find out who is behind it and seek justice. Hiring a young lady named Beth Armstrong, she will enlist the aid of her friends to not only solve the mystery, but see that the criminals are arrested. With the cartel hiring top assassins from around the world to eliminate them, their lives are in danger every step of the way. Will the group succeed in finding the twelve clues from an old letter and solve the mysteries of the past and present, the answer lies in the voices helping them from beyond the grave that others ignored.

Psychic Reading Cards

Author: Debbie Malone




Page: 96

View: 439

The world is full of signs and symbols from the spirit realm, waiting for you to interpret their clues. As you begin to work with the Psychic Reading Cards, you will uncover the hidden language of intuition and reclaim your connection to the universe and all the spiritual wisdom contained within it. Discover the messages of angels, spirit guides, colors, symbols, and spiritual realms through 36 cards of higher wisdom and divine guidance. Navigate your life's path, remove limiting obstacles, divine your true love, develop your clairvoyance, and heighten your healing senses: the power is in your hands.

Clues from Killers

Serial Murder and Crime Scene Messages

Author: Dirk Cameron Gibson

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group


Category: Social Science

Page: 249

View: 578

Analyzes the communication behavior of ten notorious serial killers, recounting the events of each case and speculating about the purpose and psychological implications of the notes and messages left or sent by each killer.

Links and clues, by Vita

Author: Victoria Alexandrina M.L. Gregory (hon., lady Welby-)



Category: Devotional literature

Page: 414

View: 163

Clues Can Light the Way

A Discovery of Clues for the Greatest Puzzle of All: the Purpose of Life and Beyond

Author: Alan A. Allen

Publisher: Archway Publishing


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 146

View: 879

In his early years, author Alan A. Allen was an active, fun-loving, risk-taking boy with no thoughts about dying. As he grew, his fascination for math and science helped him build a career, but it hampered his appreciation of the many mysterious non-scientific experiences that captured his curiosity and often saved his life. For years, unexplainable events continued to test his confidence with science-based logic. Strange circumstances and outcomes were so mystifying that he could only attribute them to luck, or possibly guidance from an all-knowing source beyond this world. He soon perceived that accidents, close encounters with death, and life-changing connections with people are clues. An extraordinary connection with his father proved the significance of such clues. His father shared a Near Death Experience and revealed information about life after death and why we come to earth. The exchange between father and son provided closure as his father made a final transition to the other side a few weeks later. Most importantly, the author learned how important love without condition is and how mysterious events can serve as clues for discovering one’s purpose in life. In Clues Can Light the Way, Allen describes how unexplainable events and profound connections with others awakened his understanding and excitement for life. He reveals how such experiences are like pieces of a puzzle for why we are here and how we are all interconnected.

Individuality and Beyond

Nietzsche Reads Emerson

Author: Benedetta Zavatta

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 296

View: 496

Though few might think to connect the two figures, Ralph Waldo Emerson was an important influence on Friedrich Nietzsche. Specifically, Emerson played a fundamental role in shaping Nietzsche's philosophical ideas on individualism, perfectionism, and the pursuit of virtue, as well as his critiques of social conditioning, religious dogmatism, and anti-natural morality. With Individuality and Beyond, Benedetta Zavatta offers the first philosophical interpretation of Emerson's influence on Nietzsche based on a sound philological analysis of previously unpublished materials from Nietzsche's private library. Nietzsche's collection reveals numerous copies of Emerson's essays covered with annotations and marginalia as Nietzsche revisited these works throughout his life. Through close-reading, Zavatta casts a new light on the ways in which Emerson's work informed Nietzsche's defining ideas of self-creation, the relation between fate and free will, overcoming morality of customs and achieving moral autonomy, and the "transvaluation" of such values as compassion and altruism. Zavatta organizes these concepts into two main lines of thought: the first concerns the development of the individual personality, or the achievement of intellectual and moral autonomy and original self-expression. The second, on the contrary, concerns the overcoming of individuality and the need to transcend a limited view of the world by continually questioning one's own values and engaging with opposing perspectives. Ultimately, Zavatta clarifies the surprising contributions that Emerson made to 20th century European philosophy. She provides a fresh portrait of Emerson as an American thinker long stereotyped as a naïve idealist disinterested in the social issues of his day. Seen through the eyes of Nietzsche, his acute interpreter, Emerson becomes an incisive cultural critic, whose contributions underpin contemporary philosophy.

Discovering the History of Your House and Your Neighborhood

Author: Betsy J. Green

Publisher: Santa Monica PressLlc


Category: Architecture

Page: 286

View: 461

Demonstrating how to obtain information and organize it into a lively narrative history, this practical guide helps curious homeowners chronicle the stories of their homes. Previous owners, architects, community newspapers, and local and state agencies are some of the valuable sources discussed. With these tools, homeowners can inexpensively and easily create a legacy that will enhance the emotional and financial value of their property for family and future owners. A state-by-state guide to resources is also included.

Secrets from Beyond the Grave

Author: Perry Stone

Publisher: Charisma Media


Category: Religion

Page: 248

View: 165

An international evangelist brings his unique blend of Bible knowledge, prophecy and spiritual insight to the topic of the afterlife, in a comprehensive examination of hell, paradise, heaven and what happens after we leave this world. Original.

Forces from Beyond

Shocking True Stories Behind the World's Most Bizarre Murders

Author: Brian Lane

Publisher: Avon Books


Category: True Crime

Page: 273

View: 610

A collection of some of the most disturbing crimes in modern history features killers who were motivated by the occult and covers such cases as the Son of Sam, the Zodiac Killer, and Charles Manson. Original.


Author: Morgan Drake

Publisher: Banner of Truth


Category: Fiction

Page: 360

View: 367

Stumped in his investigation of a particularly grisly series of killings, LAPD Detective Duncan Forbes calls in psychic Maxine Morgan, who uncovers a conspiracy beyond imagination

Speak of the Dead

Author: Hollie Van Horne

Publisher: Time Travelers, LLC


Category: Fiction

Page: 218

View: 194

She has the sixth sense! He's a New York City homicide detective! And this case is about to be the death of them! Felicia McClellan can speak to the dead! As an "open channel", she can help grieving survivors by speaking to their departed loved ones, exorcise haunted houses, assist anguished spirits by doing unfinished business for them on the earth plane, and thrill the millions who read her non-fiction books. Things are going well for Felicia until her agent and best friend, Natalie, is found dead, and according to Natalie's spirit, it was no accident - it was murder! Now it's up to Felicia to convince NYPD homicide detective, Mike Harris, not to close the case. And that won't be easy since there's no physical evidence to support Felicia's homicide theory, and Natalie has stopped giving her clues from beyond the grave. Cynical Lt. Harris doesn't believe in Felicia's psychic abilities, doesn't believe the agent was murdered, but does believe Felicia is the only person who stood to gain anything from her friend's demise. If that weren't enough to torment the spiritualist, a vengeful psychotic killer from Mike's past is speaking to her from the "other side", and his message is coming through loud and clear - kill Mike Harris! From the author of WHEN WE DO MEET AGAIN, and REFLECTIONS OF TODDSVILLE, comes a new type of mystery you'll never forget!

Beyond Reality

A Guide to Alternate Reality Gaming

Author: John Gosney

Publisher: Course Technology


Category: Games & Activities

Page: 320

View: 582

Provides information on designing alternate reality games.

Home and Beyond

Generative Phenomenology After Husserl

Author: Anthony J. Steinbock



Category: Philosophy

Page: 336

View: 861

At a time in which many philosophers have concluded that Husserl's philosophy is exhausted, but when the alternatives to Husserl appear to be exhausted as well, this work aims to presents an innovative approach to Husserlian phenomenology. The author implicitly attacks the most fundamental criticism aimed at Husserl: that his philosophy is intrinsically formalistic, unable in principle to deal with concrete matters of life and how to live it. This study of the problems and themes of a generative phenomenology, normality and abnormality, and the sociohistorical concepts of homeworld and generative phenomenology, opens doors for a philosophy of the social world while casting new light on work done by Husserl himself.

Psychic Detectives

The Mysterious Use of Paranormal Phenomena in Solving True Crimes

Author: Jenny Randles



Category: Parapsychology in criminal investigation

Page: 256

View: 962

Forgotten Burial

A Cry for Justice from Beyond the Grave

Author: Jodi Foster

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 288

View: 696

When Jodi Foster moves back to her California hometown with her young daughter, she never could have imagined the terror and confusion she experiences in the nights that follow. On top of horrifying nightmares of abduction and murder, Jodi witnesses lights flashing, clocks going haywire, and her daughter’s doll’s repeated screams. Forgotten Burial tells the true story of how Jodi unravels the thirty-year-old unsolved mystery of a missing young woman. Discovering that they moved into the missing girl’s last known residence, Jodi and her daughter gather clues about her disappearance through ghostly encounters, vivid dreams, and divine intervention. Join Jodi on her reality-bending adventure as she works with police to deliver justice in this disturbing, yet ultimately uplifting story.

The 39 Clues #4: Beyond the Grave

Author: Jude Watson

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 631

Bestselling author Jude Watson takes Amy and Dan on a thrill-packed ride for the 4th installment of The 39 Clues series. Betrayed by their cousins, abandoned by their uncle, and with only the slimmest hint to guide them, fourteen-year old Amy Cahill and her younger brother, Dan, rush off to Egypt on the hunt for 39 Clues that lead to a source of unimaginable power. But when they arrive, Amy and Dan get something completely unexpected - a message from their dead grandmother, Grace. Did Grace set out to help the two orphans . . . ore are Amy and Dan heading for the most devastating betrayal of them all?