Poetry

Chameleon Aura

Author: Billy Chapata

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Category: Poetry

Page: 288

View: 292

Chameleon Aura presents a harmonious blend of experience and advice through a chaptered series of prose and poetry that focuses on shared experiences in love and loss. Emboldened words and phrases capture the essence of the author's message and distinguish his unique style. Chapata's touching narrative celebrates humanity for their biological resilience and undeniable worth. This collection leaves readers warm with hope for growth, rebirth, and, most prominently, self-acceptance.

Chameleon Aura Journal

Author: Zod Media

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Page: 101

View: 495

Keeping track of all your Aura or Aura reading activities is very important because it will make everything easier. With this journal, you can write down and then learn how to identify and interpret auras, discover what their different colors mean, and heal and cleanse your own and others' auras. If you've always been interested in tracking and discovering how to develop your psychic abilities, through Aura readings, then this journal is for you. FEATURES: It can be a gift for family and friends. It will help to build and develop your Aura knowledge/skills Perfect for people planning to develop themselves spiritually Great way to remember and take note of the different Auras that you read/encounter.

Chameleon Aura Journal

Author: 7 Journals

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Page: 102

View: 293

Keeping track of all your Aura or Aura reading activities is very important because it will make everything easier. With this journal, you can write down and then learn how to identify and interpret auras, discover what their different colors mean, and heal and cleanse your own and others' auras. If you've always been interested in tracking and discovering how to develop your psychic abilities, through Aura readings, then this journal is for you. FEATURES: It can be a gift for family and friends. It will help to build and develop your Aura knowledge/skills Perfect for people planning to develop themselves spiritually Great way to remember and take note of the different Auras that you read/encounter.
Fiction

Imagination, in the House

Author: J. Rainsnow

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Fiction

Page: 268

View: 788

A missing cheerio triggers a debate on the nature of the universe. A scientist encounters his childhood playmate, a fairy who he can no longer believe in. A psychic discovers a terrorist plot and gets more than she bargained for. A lost love is reincarnated-or is she? Two lovers ride on a unicorn. A proud alien, the last of his kind, is hunted down on a rugged mining planet. A futuristic social worker falls in love with a girl from the slums. A delegation of earthlings struggles to arrive on time to a wedding in the "city of winged men." A museum holding the greatest treasures of human history is safeguarded by an atomic bomb. A man sacrifices himself for a beautiful woman he met just once. A small child, desperate to believe in fairy tales, decides to put their power to the test. An inner voice calls us back to the greatness we left behind. In this imaginative, insightful, and heartfelt collection of short stories, J Rainsnow, author of the Rainsnow Books, writes for our minds, our souls, and our hearts, combining the sharp edge of real life with the spirit of fantasy, and the New Age.
Body, Mind & Spirit

Defense Against the Dark

Author: Emily Carlin

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

View: 818

When we lie awake at night listening to mysterious sounds, we imagine all the things that could be making those strange noises. The rumbling is the sound of the refrigerator; the knocking is from the old furnace; the creaking is nothing more than the house settling...isn’t it? Although the modern world has denied the existence of things that go bump in the night and has taught us that the occult couldn’t possibly exist, we know there are things that science has yet to explain. Defense Against the Dark introduces the reader to many of those unsavory magickal creatures and occult happenings that exist outside of fairytales. Our ancestors knew these threats were real, and took precautions to protect themselves from whatever evil was lurking in the shadows. Defense Against the Dark will teach you: Common lore and mythology of predatory entities such as goblins, vampires, imps, and ghosts How to identify malevolent spirits and understand how curses actually work How to master different protection methods, including shielding, banishing, and hex breaking Easy, concrete methods for protecting yourself in everyday situations
Fiction

A Shaper's Promise

Author: Karen MacRae

Publisher: Little Silver Publishing Ltd

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Category: Fiction

Page: 385

View: 770

The Aura Shaper trilogy is an epic tale of good versus evil set in a late medieval fantasy world where 'gifted' people are born with extraordinary talents and all living things are surrounded by an aura - a unique pattern of moving light that reveals their every thought, feeling, action and belief. Only a few people can see these auras and fewer still can read and understand them, but the ability to manipulate them belongs to the rarest gifted of all: Aura Shapers. The most feared and reviled of individuals, they can reach into a person's aura and permanently alter whatever they wish with only the power of their mind. It's little wonder Aura Shaping is forbidden, its use punishable by death, or that centuries of persecution is believed to have wiped out Aura Shapers. Until now. Ruth Northcott, a Healer, is dying from the poison she's accumulated over decades of treating the sick. Her only daughter sits by her side, desperate to help, but to do so would be to break her word and risk her own life. Worse, it would deny the sacrifices her mother has made to keep her safe. For Anna is not just an ungifted girl with an ugly birthmark: Anna is an Aura Shaper. “Better an ungifted servant than a dead Shaper,” her mother told her again and again. She’s not sure when she began to disagree, or when the need to know what she is and learn what she can do began to overwhelm her fear of discovery and death. What she does know is that she can’t continue living the lie, and the only way she might survive is if the Quorum of Gifted grant her their protection. Before she even manages to leave her backwater home town, she finds herself making friends with a remarkable horse named Blue and gets embroiled in a rescue mission that takes her in completely the wrong direction - right into the path of disciples of Nystrieth, the Emperor and self-proclaimed God who’s ravaging the continent that lies across the Oestrieth Sea. Please note that the Aura Shaper trilogy contains difficult themes and significant levels of violence. It is intended for adults only. "An entertaining and exciting tale from a convincing and attractive fantasy world” “The finale is crashingly epic. I read it at the speed of sound!” “Absolutely loved this book. Cost me some sleepless nights cause I couldn’t drag myself away from it!" "The whole concept of this magical world is enchanting. Would thoroughly recommend and can’t wait for the next instalment!!” “The first in a trilogy, that draws you in to a wonderful world of fantasy. Great characters, well thought through plot, page turning.” Karen MacRae is a British author who writes in British English. The Aura Shaper trilogy is dedicated to her friend, Ann Clark, who passed away much too early after a lifetime dedicated to healing others.
Fiction

Chameleon: The Summoning

Author: Maggie Lynch

Publisher: Windtree Press

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 212

View: 879

She turned a man to ashes. He scattered himself across time and multiple dimensions. Can she recreate him in time to save his life and prove she is the chosen one? Surviving the ultimate transformation and the Agnoses predators, Camryn now faces the rise of a new Mazikeen Queen who thinks nothing of calling the darkness for her own needs. With the Forest People on the brink of war, she retreats to the solitude of the Cloud Forests. To grieve. To heal. To accept she is the Chameleon of prophecy. But the ancient world proves to be anything but quiet and she is far from alone. Guided by the First Forest People, who are now elemental spirits, Camryn must master the powers of air, earth, water and fire. Only then can she enlist her thunder dragon, control time itself, and save Dagger from the void. Even then, her quest is far from over. With the realms of Forest and Human pitted against each other, one world teeters on extinction while the other tips toward eternal darkness. Only Camryn seeks a balanced resolution, and with it an impossible choice requiring her to make the greatest sacrifice of all. Chameleon: The Summoning is the third book in The Forest People YA paranormal fantasy series. If you crave unlikely heroes and heroines, internal and real battles between creation and destruction, and mind-blowing magic then you’ll love joining Camryn as she finds her true self and fulfills a thousand-year-old prophecy against all odds. Buy The Summoning and transform into a light-filled warrior today.
Poetry

Flowers on the Moon

Author: Billy Chapata

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Category: Poetry

Page: 304

View: 850

Social media sensation Billy Chapata shares insight and advice into the powerful world of love, heartbreak, and what comes next. This collection of poetry and prose will justify heartache and inspire the fortitude to survive and prosper. From Chameleon Aura author Billy Chapata comes his second major poetry collection, Flowers on the Moon. Chapata presents his signature blend of experience and advice through a chaptered series of prose and poetry. Filled with the familiar themes of love, loss, resilience, and growth From Chameleon Aura but with fresh poems and new advice, his touching narrative celebrates humanity for its undeniable worth, and this collection will leave readers warm with hope for growth, rebirth, and, most prominently, self-acceptance.
Popular music

Musician

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Category: Popular music

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American essays

Chameleon

Author: Benjamin De Casseres

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Category: American essays

Page: 221

View: 360

African American physicians

Chameleon

Author: James A. Mays

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Category: African American physicians

Page: 155

View: 940

Malaysia

Ethnic Chameleon

Author: Yu Hock Oo

Publisher: Eureka Publications

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Category: Malaysia

Page: 131

View: 594

Ballet dancers

The Blue Aura

Author: Elizabeth York Miller

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Category: Ballet dancers

Page: 344

View: 655

Biography & Autobiography

The Chameleon Poet

Author: Robert Fraser

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 592

View: 478

The poet George Barker was convinced that his biography could never be written. 'I've stirred the facts around too much,' he told Robert Fraser. 'It simply can't be done.' Eliot wrote of his 'genius'. Yeats thought him the most interesting poet of his generation. Dylan Thomas envied his power over women. War trapped him in Japan. In America he conducted one of the most celebrated love affairs of the century. He fathered fifteen children in several countries, three during one battle-torn summer. By the 1950s he was the toast of Soho. Barker was Catholic and bohemian, frank and elusive, tender and boisterous. In Eliot's phrase, he was 'a most peculiar fellow.' Robert Fraser's biography offers both a portrait of a talented, tormented and irresistibly entertaining man, and a broad cultural landscape. Around the central figure cluster painters like Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Johnny Minton and the 'Roberts' Colquhoun and MacBryde; writers such as Dylan Thomas, Walter de la Mare and Elizabeth Smart, whose By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept hymns their liaison; the lugubrious humorist Jeffrey Bernard. After closing time at the Colony Room, Minton declared, they had to sweep up the jokes.
Literary Criticism

The Queen's Chameleon

Author: Joy Hancox

Publisher: Random House (UK)

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 276

View: 790

John Byrom (1691-1763) was an enigma, a playboy, philosopher, poet and possibly spy. On the one hand a pillar of the establishment, Byrom was also an active and secret Jacobite who conducted a wild affair with Queen Caroline. At least one of Byrom's close associates went to the gallows to protect his good name in high society while George II, unaware of the traitor at the gate, granted him, by Act of Parliament, a monopoly license to teach his new system of phonetic shorthand to leading political and social figures who might have to conceal their communicaitons.
Fiction

The Chameleon Conspiracy

Author: Haggai Carmon

Publisher:

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Category: Fiction

Page: 369

View: 817

Dan Gordon races across the globe in search of an elusive master criminal known as the Chameleon. The information he uncovers along the way soon reveals an international terrorist conspiracy. Original.