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              D D Home: His Life His Mission
                

              D D Home: His Life His Mission (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Home, Madam; Edited by Doyle, Authur Conan

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              Julie de Gloumeline, aka Madam Home, was Daniel Dunglas Home's second wife; they were married in 1871. In 1877 Madam Home's memoirs of his life, D.D. Home: His Life His Mission, were published. D D Home's letters and diaries were a Who's Who of 19th Century society. His autobiogr...aphy, Incidents in My Life - Part One which was published in 1863, detailed his public life, his psychic life, and some would argue, his tragic personal life, including his struggle with TB as well as the death of his wife Alexandria de Kroll and their son Greigore. Many of the amazing accounts in Incidents of my Life left out names in order to protect friends from ridicule. In Madam Home's book she reveals many of the names and stated: The fact that many of these names are now for the first time published, will prove to what degree Home carried his consideration for others, suppressing their names in order to spare them from ignorant abuse, and tranquilly encountering the host of calumnies that were directed against him in consequence. D.D. Home has been called 'The Greatest Physical Medium in History'. He has been accused of fraud by skeptics but never found to be anything but genuine by anyone who studied him seriously while he was alive. The list of people who sat with Home is impressive. Count Alexis Tolstoy, cousin of Leo Tolstoy, Alexander Dumas, Lady Shelly, Sir Francis Galton, James M. Gully, an eminent doctor whose clients included Charles Darwin, Sir William Crookes; President of the Royal Society, and the Emperor Napoleon III and the French royal court. During one conversation, the Duke de Morny told the Emperor that he felt it a duty to contradict the report that the Emperor believed in spiritualism. The Emperor replied: Quite right, but you may add when you speak on the subject again that there is a difference between believing a thing and having proof of it, and that I am certain of what I have seen. Napoleon later stated Whoever says that Home is a charlatan is a liar.
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              ISBN 9781907355165
              Released NZ 2 Jan 2010
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              Conversations with Van Gogh
                

              Conversations with Van Gogh (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Van Gogh, Vinent; Parke, Simon

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              Conversations with Van Gogh is an imagined conversation with the remarkable artist--the son of a Dutch pastor, who left his chilly homeland for the sunshine of Arles in the South of France; and wrote more than a thousand frank letters of struggle and joy, to help others glimpse h...is inner world.
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              ISBN 9781907355950
              Released NZ 1 Feb 2010
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              Last Letters from the Living Dead Man
                

              Last Letters from the Living Dead Man (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Barker, Elsa

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              Do not fear death; but stay on earth as long as you can. Not withstanding the companionship I have here, I sometimes regret my failure in holding on to the world. But regrets have less weight on this side-like our bodies. Everything is well with me. I will tell you things that ha...ve never been told. Letter 5: Letters From a Living Dead Man Elsa Barker, American author and poet, was born in 1869 in Leicester Vermont, USA. Throughout her life Barker's poems and short stories were published in various books and magazines. Her debut novel, The Son of Mary Bethel, was published in 1909 and this was followed in 1910 by her first collection of poetry; The Frozen Grail and Other Poems. Barker was a spiritual writer and in 1912 while in Paris, one evening she began automatic writing; the phenomenon where someone other than her own sub conscious was writing using her hand. Much inspired writing over the years claims to have originated from discarnate beings and Barker was no exception. The entity responsible for the writing claimed to be Judge David Patterson Hatch, a lawyer from Los Angeles. The judge explained that he had recently passed over and that he wanted to document his experiences on the other side in the form of letters that he would write through Elsa's hand. Within a few days Barker received verification from a friend that the Judge had indeed died recently in Los Angeles. Over the next three years over 100 letters were 'dictated' and published as a trilogy debuting with Letters from a Living Dean Man, followed by War Letters from the Living Dead Man and Last Letters from the Living Dead Man. Coming shortly after W.T. Stead's bestselling channeled work Letters from Julia, the letters are now considered an essential guide to the afterlife. All are fascinating, informative and inspirational and are required reading for anyone interested in life and death, the afterlife, and why we are here.
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              ISBN 9781907355875
              Released NZ 2 Jan 2010
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              Letters from a Living Dead Man
                

              Letters from a Living Dead Man (Hardback)

              By Barker, Elsa; Hatch, David Patterson

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              First book of the classic Trilogy by Elsa Barker who channeled 'Letters' from the deceased Judge 'David Patterson Hatch' about his experiences of the afterlife in the years leading up to World War One.

              ISBN 9781907661228
              Released NZ 1 Mar 2010
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              Series Living Dead Man Trilogy
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              The Gospel in Brief
                

              The Gospel in Brief (Hardback)

              By Tolstoy, Leo

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              Translation of: Soedinenie, perevod i issledovanie chetyrekh Evangelii.

              ISBN 9781907661181
              Released NZ 1 Mar 2010
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              On Life
                

              On Life (Hardback, Free Age Press ed)

              By Tolstoy, Leo

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              So what is life? 'Life is the sum of functions which resist death,' says the scientist. But is it more than that, asks Tolstoy in 'On Life' - a philosophical and religious search for an understanding of life beyond scientific formulae.

              ISBN 9781907661242
              Released NZ 1 Mar 2010
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              Spiritual World
                

              Spiritual World (Hardback)

              By Gibran, Kahlil

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              Kahlil Gibran, (1883-1931) best selling author and spiritual guide, was a man in search of himself and his place in the world. He was a writer and painter, based in the USA, . An immigrant from Lebanon at the beginning of the 20th century, he wrote with one eye on his homeland; a...nd with a restless questioning spirit. As one of his teachers' records, 'he had an impetuous soul, a rebellious mind and an eye mocking everything it sees.' Kahlil wished to write small books that could be read in one sitting and carried in the pocket. Between 1918 -1926, he wrote four such books, and these were his first in English: The Madman (1918); the Forerunner (1920); Sand and Foam (1926) and The Prophet (1923). The first three are collections of parables and aphorisms, which in true Eastern style, draw on a world of kings, hermits, saints, slaves, deserts, animals that talk and wind that laughs. The Prophet, which was to become enduringly popular, is different; a prose piece which is longer and partly auto-biographical. In the story, a young man prepares to leave for his homeland; but first he must say goodbye to those he has lived amongst for the previous twelve years. The book is his farewell speech, touching on love, friendship, children, joy, sorrow and much else besides. Summing up the message of the book, Gibran said this: 'The whole prophet is saying one thing: 'You are far far greater than you know - and all is well.' Only in his private letters do we get a glimpse of the man for whom all was not well. Fiercely individual, he found no enduring rest in any relationship; and ever dismissive of authority, he was a unifier in the face of exclusive religious claims. 'I love you when you bow in your mosque; kneel in your temple; pray in your church. For you and I are sons of one religion, and it is the spirit.' 'Half of what I say is meaningless, ' he wrote. 'But I say it so that the other half may reach you.' Through Gibran's writing, much has reached many.
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              ISBN 9781907661266
              Released NZ 1 Mar 2010
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              Jesus the Son of Man: By Those Who Knew Him
                

              Jesus the Son of Man: By Those Who Knew Him (Hardback)

              By Gibran, Kahil

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              For Kahlil Gibran, re-telling the story of Jesus had been the ambition of a life time. As a poor boy in the Middle-East, he'd been taught by a priest reading the bible with him. He wanted tell the story as no one had told it before. With 'Jesus, the Son of Man', set alongside Mat...thew, Mark, Luke and John, here is 'The Gospel according to Gibran.'
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              ISBN 9781907661259
              Released NZ 1 Mar 2010
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              Paracoustics: Sound & the Paranormal
                

              Paracoustics: Sound & the Paranormal (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Parsons, Steven T.; Cooper, Callum E.

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              This unique book examines that fascination and presents a selection of the leading research in paranormal acoustics together with an in-depth review of the equipment and techniques that are used by researchers and investigators.

              ISBN 9781910121320
              Released NZ 19 May 2015
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              The Imitation of Christ
                

              The Imitation of Christ (Hardback)

              By Kempis, Thoms A.; Edited by Parke, Simon

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              The Imitation of Christ' is a manual of devotion pitched at a challenging level of Christian experience, around central themes: the need for humility, advice on temptation, disdain for worldly attractions, contempt for scholarship, sorrow for sin, forgiveness of perceived injusti...ce, submission to God in all things.
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              ISBN 9781907661570
              Released NZ 1 Dec 2010
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