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Hollywood has a world view, and it's coming to a television in your home soon-- and you may not even be aware of it! If you are only checking for ratings, you're missing a whole other level of humanism and anti-Christianity that is being slipped quietly and unobstrusively into your entertainment choices. Break Hollywood's grip on your entertainment choices-- and get tuned into its real agenda with this unique new book. A great format for an entertainment critique that is entertaining in itself. It will be popular with youth pastors, parents, and ministries.
An action packed Sci-Fi thriller about paranormal psychologist, Dr Gene Blackhorse who has received the phone call that is the greatest fear of every parent. His daughter has been kidnapped. His instinct to resolve the situation, is to gather the very gifted, talented, and committed staff who work with him in his paranormal investigation company, View Tech. If a solution can be found, the resources of View Tech, are the teams to do it. Sure enough, one of those gifted remote viewers (RVs), a post-cognoscente, views his daughter, Kayleigh, shortly after the kidnapping. While another RV, a pre-cognoscente, views a scenario where Dr. Blackhorse is delivering the strange ransom the kidnapper has demanded. To compound Dr. Blackhorse’s troubles, FBI Special Agent Ty Guard, who has been ‘unofficially’ tasked with protecting the View Tech company and its teams, wants to know why the whole View Tech organization has been called out at midnight on a Friday night. How can Blackhorse explain and not reveal the kidnapping? Then, a third multi-gifted young RV views a scenario where Dr. Blackhorse is shot by the kidnapper after delivering the ransom. This view is accompanied by the most unbelievable paranormal event ever documented by any parapsychology team. This unique event causes an injury to one of the remote viewing team members and they must be transported to the hospital. This also raises the suspicion of Agent Guard, and explanations are again demanded. Can it get any worse? Oh, yes, and Dr. Blackhorse and his loyal, dedicated staff is the entity most capable of dealing with it. Watch the View Tech geniuses as they innovate, and scheme to thwart the kidnapper, even behind Blackhorse’s back if necessary. Then Blackhorse and company are targeted by a cold-blooded, psychotic killer followed closely by the CIA. And yes, there is even time for true love. This is “Remote View.”
Carl D. Schultz, who served in the U.S. Army, shares a moving collection of autobiographical stories and poetry inspired and strongly colored by the traumatic brain injury he suffered while in West Germany in 1987 in My Mind Me. His poetic, visceral voice is vivid and compelling, and the stories he shares are deeply intimate and evocative. He wrote this book partly as an exercise to understand his past after waking up from a six-month coma. In the process, however, he discovered that his life is not as tragic as it is confused. While he has little recollection of the two years before and twelve months after the horrific event, those three years that included graduating from college, jumping from airplanes, and sitting under the Eiffel Tower have no doubt played a critical role in making him the man he is today. Join Schultz as he sorts through confused memories to share an inspiring story of survival, grit, and courage.
Existence as such cannot be controlledit can only be observed. And in a sense, reality is not in fact physical, but figural. Yet despite these truths about the elusive nature of reality, a concrete definition of these concepts may provide a way to grasp a wider understanding of our being. For while intangible realities like our thoughts and our imaginations can be considered by skeptics as merely hallucinations or immaterial, in a real sense it is also true that they are rooted in the brain and are thus intermittently physical as well; therefore, given this possibility, even our dreams may become reality. Surreality explores these questions and more through the autobiographical history of an author confronted at once with the challenges of life and the realities of distant memories. Teetering on the boundaries of language and a play on the sometimes surreal landscape of existence that is nevertheless based sur la ralit, or on reality, it likewise offers a window into a mind where the physical and the figurativethe brain and the imagination, consciousness, and memoryconstantly enmesh and decouple to create a perplexing reality. The mind and brain are complex and intricately related, and together they form a reality whose contours can only be traced by our own perceptions. Bending our understanding of memory, perception, and language can open up a space to envision the possibilitythe realityof our imaginations.
Kathi Kamen Goldmark’s first novel, And My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You, earned praise from an assortment of well-known authors including Amy Tan, Maya Angelou, Scott Turow, Judy Collins, Rita Mae Brown, Carl Hiaasen, and Roddy Doyle; and received positive reviews in O, the Oprah Magazine, the Miami Herald, the San Francisco Chronicle, and other publications. Completed shortly before her untimely death from breast cancer, Goldmark’s Her Wild Oats is a honky-tonk road story about two unlikely pals: A smart young woman, Arizona Rosenblatt, leaves home and her role as assistant to a high-powered Hollywood executive when she discovers her husband is having an affair with a woman from Jews for Jesus; and thirteen-year-old Otis Ray “Wild Oats” Pixlie, boy genius harmonica player. In the end, Otis Ray learns what it means to be an adult, Arizona discovers the life she wants, and they both figure out the true meaning of love and family.