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Supernatural Access

Supernatural Access
Author : Ryan LeStrange
Publisher : Charisma Media
Release Date : 2017-10-03
Category : Religion
Total pages :224
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Sharpen your spiritual senses. God may be speaking in ways you don't expect.

Supernatural Sherlocks

Supernatural Sherlocks
Author : Nick Rennison
Publisher : Oldcastle Books Ltd
Release Date : 2017-10-26
Category : Fiction
Total pages :224
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The ghost of a poor Afghan returns to haunt the doctor who once amputated his hand. A mysterious and malignant force inhabits a room in an ancestral home and attacks all who sleep in it. A man who desecrates an Indian temple is transformed into a ravening beast. A castle in the Tyrol is the setting for an aristocratic murderer's apparent resurrection. In the stories in this collection compiled by Nick Rennison, horrors from beyond the grave and other dimensions visit the everyday world and demand to be investigated. The Sherlocks of the supernatural - from William Hope Hodgson's 'Thomas Carnacki, the Ghost Finder', to Alice and Claude Askew's 'Aylmer Vance' - are those courageous souls who risk their lives and their sanity to pursue the truth about ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night. The period between 1890 and 1930 was a Golden Age for the occult detective. Famous authors like Kipling and Conan Doyle wrote stories about them, as did less familiar writers such as the occultist and magician Dion Fortune and Henry S. Whitehead, a friend of H. P. Lovecraft and fellow-contributor to the pulp magazines of the period. Nick Rennison, editor of The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes and The Rivals of Dracula, has chosen fifteen tales from that era to raise the hair and chill the spines of modern readers.

Seven Lectures on the Supernatural Origin & Divine Authority of the Bible. By J. Barker. Containing his reply to the Rev. Mr. Sergeant, etc

Seven Lectures on the Supernatural Origin & Divine Authority of the Bible. By J. Barker. Containing his reply to the Rev. Mr. Sergeant, etc
Author : Joseph BARKER (Preacher.)
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1854
Category :
Total pages :120
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The Legend of Perseus: The supernatural birth.- v.2. The life-token.- v.3. Andromeda. Medusa

The Legend of Perseus: The supernatural birth.- v.2. The life-token.- v.3. Andromeda. Medusa
Author : Edwin Sidney Hartland
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1894
Category : Folklore
Total pages :129
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Spell-bound, or Tales of the supernatural

Spell-bound, or Tales of the supernatural
Author : M. A. Bird
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1865
Category :
Total pages :212
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Essays on the Work Entitled Supernatural Religion

Essays on the Work Entitled Supernatural Religion
Author : Joseph Barber Lightfoot
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1893
Category : Apologetics
Total pages :324
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The Natural and Supernatural: Or, Man Physical, Apparitional, and Spiritual

The Natural and Supernatural: Or, Man Physical, Apparitional, and Spiritual
Author : John Jones (of Peckham.)
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1861
Category :
Total pages :129
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The Supernatural in Seneca's Tragedies ...

The Supernatural in Seneca's Tragedies ...
Author : Mary Victoria Braginton
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1933
Category : Greek drama (Tragedy)
Total pages :98
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Tales of the Supernatural

Tales of the Supernatural
Author : Hsin-Chang Chang
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1983
Category : Chinese literature
Total pages :169
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Hawthorne and the Supernatural ...

Hawthorne and the Supernatural ...
Author : Evelyn Cleone Johnson
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1937
Category :
Total pages :129
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The Supernatural and English Fiction

The Supernatural and English Fiction
Author : Glen Cavaliero
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date : 1995
Category : English fiction
Total pages :273
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This book is the first ever to describe and discuss all the principal English writers who have handled the subject of the supernatural. Among those included in Glen Cavaliero's absorbing study are James Hogg, Sheridan Le Fanu, Henry James, Rudyard Kipling, Walter de la Mare, M. R. James, John Cowper Powys, William Golding, Iris Murdoch, and Muriel Spark. As well as analysing the senses in which the supernatural may be understood, he relates them to different kinds of fiction, such as the Gothic novel, the occultist romance, the ghost story, novels of paranormal psychology, nature mysticism, and late twentieth-century uses of allegory and fable. He examines the impact of supernaturalist themes upon naturalistic writers, and discusses the relevance of the supernatural to the question of the truthfulness of fiction, and to contemporary literary theory and its ideological accompaniments.

How to Enjoy Supernatural Prosperity

How to Enjoy Supernatural Prosperity
Author : Lowell Lundstrom
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1979
Category : Christian life
Total pages :112
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The Natural and the Supernatural

The Natural and the Supernatural
Author : Ellen Elizabeth Faye Badone
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1985
Category :
Total pages :1024
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The Supernatural, the Occult, and the Bible

The Supernatural, the Occult, and the Bible
Author : Gerald A. Larue
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1990
Category : Philosophy
Total pages :303
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Several New Age magazines have devoted stories to a burgeoning "Cult of the Goddess." But this cult isn't a result of the women's movement or the product of environmental consciousness - nor is it really new. In fact, the Catholic Church has been making use of a similar cult for two thousand years. In this book, Gerald A. Larue examines the scriptural underpinnings of occult and supernaturalistic notions that survive in contemporary society. The Supernatural, the Occult, and the Bible is based on the author's thorough knowledge of the history of ancient Near-Eastern cultures and their mythology. Larue argues that biblical supernaturalism and modern occultism are two sides of the same coin, and illustrates in fascinating detail how they engender and support each other. He suggests that contemporary religions cannot shirk responsibility for some of the more foolish excesses of occult practice. Larue points out that present-day churchgoers are not as a matter of course made aware of archaeological findings that shed light on scriptural teachings - research into biblical and related languages, literary analyses of biblical texts, and studies of the relationship between concepts found in the Bible and aspects of contemporary occult beliefs and practices - and explains why this is so. The breadth of Larue's research and depth of insight, and his common sense approach, make this book both engrossing and important.