The Hidden Messages in Water
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More and more, respected authors and speakers are pointing out the
"invisible" effects of words, thoughts, and many other "things". Those who
have an open mind and have done some investigation in their own life are
beginning to awaken to the extent and value of this area. This book is
another great illustration of how creative, theory-driven investigation can
begin to uncover the previously considered unscientific or unseen. This book
is filled with many photos of water that has been affected by the energies
of "positive" and "negative things," and is very compelling and interesting.
A Highly recommended book! To some, it is a great illustration of the
obvious; for others, it is an eye-opening portal to a mysterious and
exciting area; and for some, it is a good start and a reason for further
study and verification.
Reviewed by Evan Finer, author of "Effortless WellBeing"
Water Crystal Oracle
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From the Author
"I have had many requests from my readers and movie-goers who have seen What
the Bleep Do We Know? to make posters and photos of the water crystals I
have discovered. I have chosen instead to create an oracle of cards of my
water crystal photographs so that my readers can use them for practical
purposes in their lives." —Dr. Masaru Emoto
The sounds of words and their effect on water crystals is nothing less than
a divine gift from nature. When water is frozen, the crystals reveal the
concentrated thoughts directed toward them. Water is a medium that receives
and understands even the subtlest vibrations. Water captures vibrations
naturally. Even when these vibrations are in characters, or letters
representing language, water shows us the energy they contain in the forms
of crystals. Water is attempting to communicate something to us. Negative
emotions prevent the water from crystallizing. Positive emotions allow it to
develop in beautiful hexagonal shapes. Water crystals are illustrating this
divine gift in their design and the Water Crystal Oracle card deck provides
access to this power.
As a companion to the best-selling book Hidden Messages in Water, the Water
Crystal Oracle includes forty-eight beautiful water crystal images to
enhance your life and balance your well being in many ways. In this deck
there are forty-eight cards featuring Emoto’s dramatic photographs divided
into four sets of twelve each:
· Healing Cards · Wisdom Cards · Power Cards · Earth Cards
Use the Water Crystal Oracle to amplify your positive thoughts and feelings
and bring to yourself the qualities and emotions you desire.
Water Knows The Answers
Fences and Windows.
Fences and Windows is not a follow up to the bestselling No Logo. Rather
it is a collection of articles and speeches written on the hoof at the
various conventions and summits around the world in the wake of the mass
protests against the World Trade Organisation in Seattle. Klein's
involvement with the new grass-roots anti-corporate movement gave
her--and thousands of others--a fast-track education in neo-liberal
economics and the effects of globalised corporate activities upon
landless farmers in Brazil, teachers in Argentina, fast-food workers in
Italy, coffee-growers in Mexico, shanty-town dwellers in South Africa,
migrant tomato pickers in Florida, union organisers in the Philippines,
and homeless kids in Toronto.
One of the most important and inspiring aspects of the book is Klein's
description of the ways in which the new movement differs from left-wing
political organising of the past. Rather than being unified by a
political party or a national network with head offices, annual
elections and subordinate cells and locals, it is shaped by the ideas of
individual organisations and intellectuals but, crucially, does not
defer to any of them as leaders. What facilitates the multiplicity of
campaigns is the communication technology which in turn shapes the
movement in its own image. What emerged on the streets of Seattle, Klein
observes, "was an activist model that mirrors the organic decentralised
pathways of the Internet--the Internet come to life".
What gives Klein's analysis added weight is her reports of the tactics
of police and security forces around the world in the campaign to
criminalise dissent. Among the tactics used are pre-emptive strikes
where movement organisers are intimidated before major meetings or
simply arrested before they get there. More worrying still is the
propaganda war that seeks to blur the distinction between violence and
civil disobedience. This in turn leads to a situation where police
violence against protesters is normalised and where indiscriminate
gassing occurs so frequently that protesters appear on the streets with
necessary protective gear of swimming goggles and bandanas soaked in
Overall Fences and Windows is engaged, informative, troubling and
inspiring. It's also worrying because it's difficult to believe that
governments and corporations are allowed to operate such hypocritical
and destructive economic policies while passing themselves off as the
champions of the very people they are destroying. It's inspiring because
there is hope of change--not least in the models of political
organisation she describes. In this regard her article on Subcomandante
Marcos and the Zapatistas is remarkable and truly inspirational. The
inevitable weakness of a collection of articles such as this is that
there is inevitable repetition. On the other hand, the fact that Klein
wrote them on the move, from the inside and as it happened (or very
shortly afterwards) gives the whole urgency and immediacy. --Larry Brown
This is a history of the rise of the anti-globalization movement, from
Seattle to September 11th, 2001. The text charts the group's most
notable successes and its failures and is international in scope,
covering everything from the Zapatistas' rebellion in Mexico to the
Social Centres in Italy, from the biggest peaceful protest demos since
the 1960s to the gassings and shootings at Genoa.
Portrait of a Killer. Jack the Ripper....
Few books receive the kind of pre-publicity that Portrait of a Killer: Jack
the Ripper--Case Closed generated. Some of it was good, some of it not so
good, but all was calculated to get reader interest running at fever pitch.
In fact, Patricia Cornwell's actions in trying to solve the world's most
famous serial killer mystery (just who was Jack the Ripper?) have been
highly controversial, but since when has controversy undercut interest in a
book? And who better than a writer whose name is synonymous with the
scientific solving of crime to tackle London's legendary mass murderer?
Using the methods of her character Kay Scarpetta, Cornwell's forensic
investigation has pointed the bloody finger of guilt at a figure who has
long figured prominently in the Ripper files. The investigation here is an
intriguing mix of the personal and the professional: as well as
orchestrating a Scarpetta-like search for the identity of the Ripper,
Cornwell involves several very personal connections with the task she has
set herself, and this is no dry thesis. Needless to say, the more gruesome
aspects of this famously grisly case give no pause to a woman who has taken
us into the grimmer aspects of forensics with her unsqueamish protagonist,
and we are spared no details here (but who would purchase Portrait of a
Killer if they had delicate sensibilities?). The arguments here are
intelligently marshalled, and laid out with the precision and attention to
detail of Cornwell's novels.
In order to prove her thesis, Cornwell purchased (and made tests on) some
great works of art, but the tale of how she arrived at her highly
contentious conclusions is quite as fascinating as one of the Scarpetta
books. You may not agree with her, but you will not put this book down.
The world's most successful contemporary crime novelist investigates the
world's most enduring unsolved serial murder mystery. Who was Jack the
Ripper? Using the firsthand expertise she has gained through writing the
best-selling Dr Kay Scarpetta novels, Patricia Cornwell has used the
demanding methods of modern forensic investigation to re-examine the
contemporaneous evidence in the Jack the Ripper murders.
It is June 1941 and Europe is under German occupation. On the rocky coast of
Denmark, two brothers, Harald and Arne Olufsen, starkly different in nature,
are straining against the rigid confines imposed by their austere, elderly
parents and trying to find their own way in life. It is only a matter of
time before the brothers' path converge in a united effort to overcome the
Nazis and getting a vital message to the British...
The Little Friend.
In a small Mississippi town, Harriet grows up haunted by the murder of her
brother, who was found hanging from a tree when she was just a baby. Robin's
killer was never identified, and the family has never recovered from the
tragedy. Harriet lives largely in the world of her imagination, obsessed by
Robin who is a link to the happier past. Then one summer, the year she turns
twelve, Harriet decides to find his murderer and exact his revenge...
Harriet Cleve Dusfrenes grows up haunted by the murder of her brother. His
killer was never identified, and the family never recovered from the
tragedy. Harriet lives largely in the world of her imagination, alone even
in company. Then one day she decides to find his murderer and exact her