Humans are not from Earth: a scientific evaluation of the by Ellis Silver

By Ellis Silver

An assessment of the facts for and (mostly) opposed to man’s evolution on Planet Earth, via a number one environmentalist and ecologist.

An evaluate of the 13 best hypotheses
Seventeen components which recommend we aren't from Earth
How did we get right here?
When did we get right here?
What is our domestic planet like?
The probably stars that our domestic planet orbits
If the extraterrestrial beings are in the market why can’t we notice them?
Are we the extraterrestrial beings?

In this attention-grabbing e-book Dr. Ellis Silver offers solutions to all of those questions, according to present facts and considering within the clinical group and somewhere else. hyperlinks to web pages that debate the proof and debate the problems in additional element also are supplied.

This brief e-book is meant to elevate information and stimulate debate and to request/gather additional facts from readers. it's a prelude to a better paintings that would be released in 2015 and may be on hand at no cost to readers who purchase/borrow this primary variation. (Please hold your Amazon receipt as evidence of purchase.)

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The Disappearance of the Universe: Straight Talk About by Gary R. Renard

By Gary R. Renard

In 1992, Gary Renard skilled a startling calling: academics, or "ascended masters," looked as if it would him to bare the marvelous powers of forgiveness. He selected to hear what they'd to assert, and the result's a list of 17 conversations that happened over approximately a decade, reorienting the author's lifestyles and giving the area an uncompromising advent to a religious teaching.

"An impressively targeted exam of the essence of lifestyles and what it potential to stay absolutely ... a welcome and advised addition to Metaphysical stories examining lists." -Reviewer's selection in Midwest ebook overview

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Coming Back Stronger: Unleashing the Hidden Power of by Drew Brees

By Drew Brees

Whilst a possibly career-ending shoulder damage left quarterback Drew Brees and not using a team—and dealing with the daunting job of getting to profit to throw a soccer all over the place again—coaches round the NFL puzzled, Will he ever come back? After typhoon Katrina devastated New Orleans, leaving greater than eighty percentage of town underwater, many questioned, Will the town ever come back? And with their stadium reworked right into a makeshift refugee camp, forcing the Saints to play their whole 2005 season at the street, humans wondered, Will the Saints ever come back? It takes a different individual to show adversity into good fortune and depression into hope—yet that's precisely what large Bowl MVP Drew Brees has done—and with the load of a whole urban on his shoulders. Coming again Stronger is the last word comeback tale, not just of 1 of the NFL’s most sensible quarterbacks, but in addition of a urban and a workforce that many had all yet given up on. Brees’s inspiring message of wish and encouragement proves that with sufficient religion, decision, and middle, you could conquer any quandary lifestyles throws your means and never in simple terms come again, yet get back superior.

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Cultivating the Mind of Love by Thich Nhat Hanh, Natalie Goldberg

By Thich Nhat Hanh, Natalie Goldberg

Whilst Thich Nhat Hanh used to be a 24-year-old monk, he fell desperately in love with a nun of 20. He couldn’t sleep, and stayed up all evening writing poetry. This e-book faucets that have in an formidable double narrative that interweaves his stories of that old flame with the way it used to be transmuted into boddhichitta with a considerate research of the Mahayana Buddhist sutras. via this strange procedure, Nhat Hanh indicates readers how one can nurture their very own "mind of love" and convey pleasure and wish to themselves and people round them.

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Life Prayers from Around the World: 365 Prayers, Blessings, by Elizabeth Roberts, Elias Amidon

By Elizabeth Roberts, Elias Amidon

An eloquent anthology honoring the wonders and demanding situations of lifestyles in the world and celebrating the seasons of our lives.

The mysteries and delights of existence on the earth are illuminated during this richly eclectic selection of poetry, knowledge, prayers, and benefits from thinkers and writers all over the world. right here you'll find the poetry of Hildgard of Bingen and Gary Snyder; the political knowledge of Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King, Jr.; a treasury of women's prayers, classical verse from China and Japan; and lovely chants and prayers by way of local american citizens. A joyous confirmation of the human trip in all its varieties, in all its struggles and glories.

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A One Hour Short & Sweet Zen Retreat by Tai Sheridan Ph.D.

By Tai Sheridan Ph.D.

A One Hour brief & candy Zen Retreat encourages you to take pleasure in quiet, assemble your wits approximately you, appreciate nature, nourish your self, concentration your consciousness, love the area you inhabit, make clear your non secular intentions, and deepen your reference to the total of you. it's a basic one hour perform that calls for no certain trust, education, or specific non secular association. the straightforward act of being intimate along with your international in a quiet method can't simply refresh your physique, spirit and brain, it might bring about deep knowledge, loving kindness, peace, and delicate intimacy.

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The Compass of Zen by Seung Sahn

By Seung Sahn

The Compass of Zen is a straightforward, exhaustive—and frequently hilarious—presentation of the essence of Zen by means of a latest Zen grasp of substantial renown. In his a long time of educating in the course of the global, the Korean-born Zen grasp Seung Sahn has turn into identified for his skill to chop to the center of Buddhist educating in a manner that's strikingly transparent, but freed from esoteric and educational language. during this ebook, dependent principally on his talks, he offers the elemental teachings of Buddhism and Zen in a manner that's splendidly obtainable for beginners—yet so wealthy with tales, insights, and private reports that long-time meditation scholars also will locate it a resource of notion and a source for learn.

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Life Ahead: On Learning and the Search for Meaning by Jiddu Krishnamurti

By Jiddu Krishnamurti

Publish yr note: First released March 1st 1901

In lifestyles Ahead, provides classes that movement some distance past the conventional kinds of schooling taught in most colleges and schools. Drawn from transcripts of talks given to Indian scholars, the booklet covers a variety of common issues. in brief, obtainable chapters, Krishnamurti explores the risk of pageant, the price of solitude, the necessity to comprehend either the awake and the subconscious brain, and the severe distinction among focus and a focus, and among wisdom and studying. Krishnamurti exposes the roots of worry and eradicates deeply entrenched conduct of culture, challenge, and prejudice.

The lifestyles he holds forth calls for a whole switch of concept, even a revolution, one who starts “not with thought and ideation,” he writes, “but with a thorough transformation within the brain itself.” He explains how such transformation happens basically via an schooling that concentrates at the overall improvement of the man or woman, an schooling rigorously defined during this uncomplicated but robust ebook.

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The New Buddhism: The Western Transformation of an Ancient by James William Coleman

By James William Coleman

In our multicultural society, faiths previously noticeable as unique became appealing possible choices for plenty of humans looking extra enjoyable non secular lives. this is often very true of Buddhism, that is the focal point of continuous media attention--thanks at the least partially to big name converts, significant movies, and the recognition of the Dalai Lama. Following this contemporary pattern within the West, writer James Coleman argues new and noticeably varied type of this historical religion is rising. the hot Buddhism sheds new mild in this contemporary evolution of Buddhist perform within the West. After in brief recounting the beginnings and unfold of Buddhism within the East, Coleman chronicles its reinterpretation by way of key Western lecturers within the 19th and 20th centuries, starting from the British poet Sir Edwin Arnold to the Beat author Alan Watts. Turning to the modern scene, he reveals that Western lecturers have borrowed liberally from diverse Buddhist traditions that by no means intersect of their unique contexts. women and men perform jointly as equals; ceremonies and rituals are easier, extra direct, and never believed to have magical results. furthermore, the hot Buddhism has made the trail of meditation and religious awakening to be had to every person, not only an elite cadre of clergymen. Drawing on interviews with famous lecturers and lay practitioners, in addition to a survey accomplished through individuals of 7 North American Buddhist facilities, Coleman depicts the colourful number of new Buddhists this day, from dilettantes to dedicated scholars and the committed lecturers who advisor their religious development. He additionally info the issues that experience arisen due to a few Western influences--especially with reference to gender roles, intercourse, and tool. Exploring the charm of this unique religion in postmodern society and wondering its destiny in an international customer tradition, the recent Buddhism offers a radical and interesting advisor to Western Buddhism at the present time.

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