Echoes from The Chamber

Author: Richard Gabriel

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781468583502

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 392

View: 2445

Share the Life Odyssey of the Author charting 50 years of Profound Supernormal experiences in preparation for a special task in Egypt Now following a decade of below-the-radar exploration beneath the Giza Plateau and in the Great Pyramid, accompanied by his twinflame Judith; there has been a spectacular discovery Our ancient Ancestors left a Secret Message for us which will change your view of our Origins forever

Echoes from the Classroom

Author: James G. Devine

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465376534

Category: Fiction

Page: 205

View: 1619

Frank Johnson is a teacher. Tonight he is celebrating his retirement among colleagues and friends. As a writer, he reflects about his experiences in the classroom with his students. Echoes from the Classroom is a book filled with adventure, imagination and humour from a teacher`s point of view. This book includes more than 50 short stories that take you on a journey through one mans life. In part one, Frank tries to readjust to a new life outside the classroom while still clinging to past educational experiences. In part two, Frank reflects on his manuscript of stories and in part three, Frank deals with an assortment of related educational stories. Part four brings us full circle, back to Frank and our original story, but with a surprising conclusion.

Echoes from the West


Author: Verda Spickelmier

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462040810

Category: History

Page: 172

View: 5553

The American West remains a period of fascination for many. In the relatively unknown years between 1828 and 1853, however, it experienced a critical transition, one that would define the emergence of the West for years to come. Possessing remarkable historical and literary aptitude, Echoes from the West contains interpretively written factual stories of Americans, native and new, that occurred during this important twenty-five-year period. From tales of years in Oregon Country from fur trapper Jedediah Smith and fur trader John McLoughlin to stories of Hal Kelly, an agent of the Oregon Colonizing Company, and his new recruit, Nathaniel Wyeth, gifted historian Verda Spickelmier brings the tales of these intrepid men to vibrant life. In addition, Spickelmier shows the political impact of this westward expansion in Washington DC. Vivid snapshots of John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, and Martin Van Buren provide an intriguing glimpse into the inner workings of the government. As the country rapidly expands and moves inexorably toward division over slavery, each person’s story becomes woven into the fabric of an energetic, yet struggling nation. Engaging and eloquent, Echoes from the West offers deep insight into a subject not often studied while simultaneously giving a delightfully imaginative twist to history.

Echoes from the Playground

Author: W. C. James

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595297714

Category: Fiction

Page: 88

View: 6511

Johnny Byle has a secret. He's going back to Sherwood, Iowa to visit his Uncle Benny, the one man who holds the key to redemption. It began in the fourth grade when Johnny met Wes Hunter, the new kid on the block who quickly became his archenemy. What began as a harmless skirmish on the playground escalates into a sinister rivalry that nearly destroys them both. Listen to Johnny tell his story with humor and compassion as he searches for meaning and absolution in the aftermath of, Echoes from the Playground.

Echoes from the Past

Reflections and Stories

Author: W.S. Walton

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1496949986

Category: Fiction

Page: 260

View: 6621

The author has previously published three historical novels. By contrast, this volume is a collection of short stories, reflections and a poem, all inspired to some extent by personal experience.

Echoes from the Past

Author: Sten Gould

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462090051

Category: Fiction

Page: 208

View: 4489

As an ex-GI, shopping for some meaning in my seventh decade, I was drawn to the three journals I had kept during World War II. In these yellowing pages, still covered and protected with 1944 brown paper grocery bags, I had hoped to find something about my youth that would, perhaps, illuminate and even explain the exciting journey I am, at the moment, slowly completing. Surprisingly, rereading my teen-age entries (written in blue-black Watermans ink and with lots of misspelling), this older edition was buoyed-up by the sensitivity and insight of his youthful counterpart. When the war in Europe ended, and with our military converted to an Army of Occupation, we young kids in uniform had to make rapid psychological adjustments. Our focus changed from serving our country to, possibly, serving our own needs? Sexuality rapidly rose to first place. The German girls were beautiful. Why fight it? I fell in love with a young woman whom my family would consider a Nazi. (Wasnt every German a Nazi?) What was I going to do when I got back? Bring my girlfriend? Tell my Jewish parents and friends in the Bronx that despite the death camps the Germans could still be pretty nice, intelligent people...even loveable? Young people reading this book will be impressed by how the thoughts of an 18-year old in 1944 are still vitally significant today. Older folks might learn to re-connect with the kid still within them.

Echoes from Eternity

Author: Anthony J. Fisichella

Publisher: Higher Ground Publishing

ISBN: 1414022654

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: N.A

View: 1917

There are thousands of books and articles on "metaphysical" subjects such as the meaning of life, the nature of God, the teachings of various religions, reincarnation, life after death, the various disciplines such as astrology, numerology, tarot, ESP research, healing, and many others. Is there a "Golden Thread of Wisdom" which encompasses a broad based understanding of the essential truths of these teachings? Is there a primer where one can learn the fundamental concepts, the common denominator present in most spiritual teachings? There is Now, in Tony Fisichella's Echoes From Eternity. For the first time, here is one book which ties together the ancient and modern teachings about human life-which answers the basic questions that most thinking people ask-Who am I, where did I come from, what am I doing here, where am I going? Here is the impetus which can inspire you to brave new discoveries about yourself, provide you the reference you need to help solve practical problems, find the direction you seek, and to more deeply understand the teachings of great religions in their true context. Here is a book which can excite new activity within your awakening Soul and truly change your life. Echoes from Eternity is the "Re-release of the previously published Metaphysics: The Science of Life" (no longer in print)

Echoes from a Distance

101 Wisdom Quotes with Notes

Author: King Joe

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469118866

Category: Self-Help

Page: 113

View: 2090

Shortly after I had returned from a foreign trip some years ago, an old friend saw me and quickly noticed that I had gone partially bald. He was startled. So, he spontaneously yelled a seemingly tough question at me: What happened to the hairs on your head? Spontaneously too, I yelled an answer back at him: Nature took them in place of the wisdom that I couldnt pay for! And we teased and laughed. My friend thought I had joked, but I knew I hadnt. However, Ill leave the judgment to you. By the time youre done digesting the substance of this more than compelling masterpiece, Id like to know your stand. Had I joked or had I not?

The House of Returned Echoes

Author: Arnost Lustig

Publisher: Northwestern University Press

ISBN: 9780810118584

Category: Fiction

Page: 311

View: 5282

Arnošt Lustig's fiction has always been too close to the facts for comfort. In The House of Returned Echoes, he pays tribute to the life of his father, who died in Auschwitz in 1944. In Prague in the difficult time between the wars, a man fights to keep his family and his business alive despite anti-Semitism and economic hardship. Emil Ludvig has always relied on the simple rules of his family and the basic laws of civilization to counteract his misfortunes, and being a decent man himself, he refuses to believe that the Nazi threats will be carried out. Yet, he also becomes a victim of the camps, and his story resonates with both Lustig's personal experiences and the shared memories of the Holocaust.

LOst Echoes

Author: N.A

Publisher: Rob Shelsky



Page: N.A

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Echoes Of The Past

Author: Jessica Blair

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0748127666

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 1087

Recently widowed, Katherine Chambers takes her young son to visit her husband's family when disaster strikes. The ship they are sailing on runs into a severe storm off Robin Hood's Bay on the Yorkshire Coast. Among the bodies on the beach, a survivor is found. Identified as Katherine from the engraving on the bracelet she wears on her wrist, she has no knowledge of who she is or where she is from. Dr Bennett, the local doctor in Robin Hood's Bay, is called in but though he can treat Katherine's cuts and physical ailments, there is little he can do to heal the gaps in her memory. Determined to save Katherine from being placed in an institution, he asks his spinster sister to take care of her until her family can be traced. But jealous of her brother's interest in Katherine, Amelia Bennett takes a cruel pleasure in her predicament. Until Katherine can remember her past, her future is far from certain . . .

Echoes of the Ancient Skies

The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations

Author: E. C. Krupp

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486137643

Category: Science

Page: 416

View: 3809

Popular, authoritative look at the world of archaeoastronomy, the study of ancient peoples' observation of the skies and its role in their cultural evolution. 208 illustrations.

Lost among the Distant Quiet Echoes

Author: Eric W. Bishop

Publisher: Booktango

ISBN: 1468900544

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 639

Have you ever wondered where Dragons came from and how they lived? What they are really like and if they are still around? Ever wonder if aliens have ever landed here? And if so, where are they now? Ever wonder why we are really here, what we are doing to ourselves, or where we are heading? Have you eaten fried chicken lately and wondered what it would be like to be the chicken? Ever wonder what would happen if the chicken had an equal say in the matter? Do you ever wonder what hides in the darkest places in our hearts that we don’t like to examine and never mention to anyone? Ever wonder what happens when love lies lost? Or what beauty lies before us every day? In this collection of short stories by author Eric W. Bishop, you can find the answers to the questions and more. It is an assortment of funny, sad, romantic, imaginative, horrific, beautiful, and sometimes even thought provoking stories that comes directly from his heart and his twisted imagination. So take the journey with him as he takes you from the depths of the human mind to the outer edges of the solar system, Follow the quest as it shadows the simple life of a butterfly, goes into the distant future and then back again into the legendary past. Relive your childhood in all its glory and pain. Tremble in fear as the past comes back to haunt you once more. And then, rejoice in the thrill of remembering the power that expands the world around you. Discovery many adventures along the way, including the Eighth and Final Voyage of Sinbad, a tale from The Thousand and One Tales of the Arabian Nights. A forgotten tale that has never before been made public. See together, how far we can let ourselves sink in despair or how high we can rise in glory, in this groundbreaking collection of stories. A collection you and your friends are sure to treasure for a long time... “Go ahead, plunge right in, and see if the water is warm or cold.” “And hopefully, I’ll see you on the other side.” E.W.B.

Appalachian Echoes

Author: Randall L. Braddom, M.D.

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781452035536

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 216

View: 7330

This book is a plain spoken series of vignettes based on the author’s memories of growing up in the hills and coal mining towns of the far western part of Virginia in the 1940’s. It includes his intensely personal recollections of the great Appalachian migration to the big cities of the Northern Midwest in the 1950’s. Additional vignettes of his experiences later in life are included to demonstrate the enduring nature of the influence of his Appalachian upbringing. History buffs will enjoy the verbal snapshots of the schools, churches, and everyday life in the post-war Appalachian backwoods. Others will find these “Echoes” inspirational, as they have an unintentional but definite “Horatio Alger, Jr.” like quality; and depict the author’s personal journey from boyhood in an Appalachian ”hollar” to being a physician who has been named one of the “Best Doctors” in America.

Echoes of the Goddess

Tales of Terror and Wonder from the End of Time

Author: Darrell Schweitzer

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 1434447073

Category: Fiction

Page: 274

View: 5742

"[This] novel has immense power in its climax," said The Encyclopedia of Fantasy about Darrell Schweitzer's 1982 novel, THE SHATTERED GODDESS. Now, at last, here's the companion volume to that work, a cycle of eleven stories set "in the time of the death of the Goddess." This is an Earth of the far future, when the planet has declined into chaos, and darkness looms at the end of human history. Here you'll meet...a dadar, a wizard's shadow attempting to become a man; two sorcerers grotesquely transformed by their fratricidal hatred; a musician who becomes the lord of death; a boy-priest consumed by divine visions; and a witch who loves a god, among many others. Here's strangeness, wonder, and terror in the tradition of Clark Ashton Smith's Xothique or Jack Vance's The Dying Earth. Schweitzer is a master fantasist, whom anthologist Mike Ashley once called "today's supreme stylist." Great fantasy reading, now collected into book form for the first time!

Echoes in the Graveyard

Author: SJ Calhoun

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479731889

Category: Fiction

Page: 88

View: 651

Echoes in the graveyard is a suspenseful tale of death and rebirth in a small New England college town during homecoming.

Echoes of Footsteps

Birth of a Negro Nation

Author: Massala Reffell

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477130278

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

View: 6252

The saga of the Elizabeth nicknamed the Black Mayflower that sailed out of the New York Bay in 1820 bound for West Africa continues. The victory of Negro colonies of Freetown and Liberia barked by the United States and Great Britain policing the waters of the Atlantic marked a new offensive in the beginning of the end of the Atlantic slave trade. This in turn sparked overzealousness of desperate slave lords led by Arab traders and kidnappers on the East Coast of Africa that accelerated the rise of the Indian Ocean slave trade. The echoing footsteps of these unrelenting Negroes to end slavery in Africa would be heard by most participants and observers in the form of success stories of Negro adventurers on African shores. The successful activities of the African American colony Liberia in a faraway land considered then as the Dark Continent quickly became the biggest campaign tool for politicians in the United States. The elation led to the banging of tables in the United States Congress by philanthropists, religious leaders as well as politicians, all scrambling to take credit for what was claimed to be a humane way to rid their streets and neighborhoods of the dangers of angry unwanted Negroes or hungry and vicious unowned slaves. Echoes of Footsteps is the second in the three-part novel series on the Birth of a Negro Nation, a saga in the legacy of the Atlantic trade. Deeds Not Words Would conclude the trilogy.