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“Places of Power” by Ljubisa Stojanovic, Narrated by James McCallion, Produced by Blue Mamo Entertainment, published by Bacher Hason

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In the summer of 1997, while I was deeply meditating, I received information about a place of power, one I had not heard of until then. This place is situated in a temple in Jaipur, a place 200 kilometers south of New Delhi. It came to existence 138k years ago, when the human civilization was still in deep darkness, and it is still active today. It is the strongest place of power in the world, one I will visit and obtain detailed data. I was told that in deep meditation I would be given knowledge about the places of power that will lead me to the causes of the emergence, development, essence, and importance of those Places regarding the development of the human civilization. That knowledge is holy; one cannot obtain it by using human research methods. It can only be transferred through spiritual beings.

The transfer of this knowledge took place almost on a daily basis from Jan 1, 1998, and lasted for two months. The knowledge I received taught me that the development of the human race can be divided into two periods: Before and after human contact with luminous bodies (special spiritual energies), and places of power. Before the contact, the human race was developing in a natural way, like all the other living beings. After the contact, the development of every individual has accelerated dramatically due to the aid of the luminous bodies, which activated their creativity & developed the intelligence of people. In this way the human race has developed tens of thousands of times during the last 140,000 years, instead of only twice like the other most developed animal species. Big civilizations responsible for the rise of the general level of human intelligence i.e. Mayas, Aztecs, Romans and others, were launched at places of power. The Creator gave a task to the places of power and they have been carrying it out ever since.

Places of power have a task, among others, to regenerate the Earth’s aura, and by doing so, reduce the danger of cataclysms and destruction of all living beings. The role of the places of power is to protect all the planets in the solar system and be of help in its preservation.

After I had contacted the spiritual being and the place of power in Jaipur, I was led to a decision to take my family and students of my meditation there and tasked with writing this book.

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“Hyphened-Nation: Don’t Check the Box” by Nicole Draffen

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Hyphened-Nation was inspired by my travels overseas, and time spent living in the United Kingdom. Living abroad was an eye opening experience, I grew to understand certain aspects of American culture better, the longer I lived overseas. This book is about my insights, and experience of being treated as an American, rather than a hyphenated one. The difference was startling, and lead me on a journey to understand why The United States is one of the only, if not the only country, that hyphenates its citizens by ethnicity before nationality. Those same boxes we allow ourselves to be placed into as hyphenated-Americans, limit our economic, educational, societal and cultural growth. This book focuses on ways the U.S. and Europe differ culturally via media, and how a bridge might be created. I hope this book inspires you to join the movement and, “Don’t Check the Box”. Be a catalyst for positive change. Your stories and insights will help to light everyone’s path to a brighter future.

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“Breaking Bipolar: Break the Hold Bipolar Disorder Has over Your Life” by Troy Steven

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Breaking Bipolar is an empowering self-help book with clear, detailed instructions on how to create a powerful battle plan to BREAK the hold bipolar disorder has on your life, and eliminate bipolar episodes for good.

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“Ins & Outs: A Life in Television” by Jeff Dugan

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Jeff Dugan began his career as a videographer, with clients like PBS, ABC, HBO Sports, and the CBS Evening News.

Jeff soon made his mark as a documentary writer and producer, writing the script for “Best Place To Brave The Wild Sea,” – setting an early Nielsen ratings record for the Travel Channel that stood for over two years. He then supervised TLC’s breakthrough series “Survival In The Sky,” helping that network garner it’s highest rated prime-time series to date. Jeff then moved on to creating his own original programs, like “Best Place To Watch A Volcano,” the exciting, critically acclaimed two-hour special for The Travel Channel. People Magazine made that show a “Pick of the Week” while Entertainment Weekly selected it in its “What to Watch” section.

Jeff then wrote and produced the original six-part series “Narrow Escapes” for The Discovery Channel. Oprah Winfrey, one of the nation’s foremost opinion leaders, praised the series as quality television, dedicating an entire episode of her program to “Narrow Escapes.”

Returning to his roots, he now writes in his hometown of Baltimore.

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“Second Star: A Neverland Novella” by Bree Moore

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All children, except one, grow up…

Two years after her flight to Neverland, Wendy Darling pretends that Neverland doesn’t exist. She claims that she never knew a boy named Peter Pan. And most devastating of all, she starts to grow up. That is, until Tinkerbell shows up in Wendy’s bedroom, asking her to return to Neverland.

Wendy leaps from her window and follows the stars a second time, only to discover the lost boys are drunken teenagers, the Jolly Roger has a new captain, and Peter Pan wants her to give him the one thing that has the power to destroy Neverland for good: a kiss.

Wendy must decide whether she would rather die with Neverland or come to terms with growing up before the last fairy falls.

Embark on the great adventure again with Peter Pan and Wendy in this epic retold sequel to the classic by James Barrie. For those who enjoyed Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson.

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