Vassily is a psychic who doesn’t believe in ghosts. Ben, his assistant, knows ghosts exist; the Tarot tells him so. During a weeklong engagement, the Tarot is REALLY telling him so. Yet, Vassily still has his doubts. Can Ben protect Vas from the ghosts; and maybe find true love along the way? This story is also included in Haunted Hotties Volume I Anthology.
This bold narrative written by the drummer and lyricist for the band Rush shows how Peart tried to stay alive by staying on the move after the loss of his 19-year-old daughter and his wife. The book will be sold as part of the band's official merchandise during its 47-city American tour. 20 photos. 15 maps.
In the dark, rainy town of St. Ives, twenty-two-year-old Te Evangeline works for paranormal investigator Babu Cherian. The work isn't very dangerous—Te's not sure she even believes in the supernatural. But she knows that her father believed enough to work as Babu's partner, until he died mysteriously five years ago. Since then, St.Ives has been relatively quiet. But when a friend of Babu's is murdered under impossible circumstances, Te learns that the dead man was keeping an ancient power at bay, and the creature he was guarding has escaped. Now Te and Babu must track down what killed him, and capture it before it can unleash an evil as old as time. As Te's investigations lead her into the darkest corners of the city, uncanny signs point to this death being linked to her father's. Te is beginning to believe in a world where things are not as they seem—where old powers are awakening and realities shifting, and where Te may find that she herself is somehow stranger and more powerful than she ever imagined.
Renowned psychic and ghostbuster Katie Coutts really can talk to ghosts. In this book, she recounts her own ghostly experiences, with spine-tingling and often humorous case studies of notorious and not-so-notorious ghosts. She introduces to the ghosts she has known, from the phantom horseman to the ghost who made the bed!
The earliest known decks of tarot cards created in Italy in the late 15th century were used as a game. The tarotÕs association with fortune telling and gypsies did not come about until the late 1700s. The first decks were hand painted for wealthy families who had the money to commission the decks as well as the time to play with them. After the advent of lithography, the easy replication through printing made tarot decks much more accessible to the everyday man and woman. In todayÕs world, the tarot has numerous uses, most of which have the purpose of encouraging self-knowledge and reflection. The beauty and lyricism of hundreds, and even thousands, of tarot decks illustrated throughout the last 600 years, as well as those currently in circulation and those yet to be designed and published, make them a unique art form. This book celebrates that art form.