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Encounters with the Past : How Man Can Experience and Relive History - Moss, Peter; Keeton, Joe
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New York, New York, U.S.A.: Love Spell, 2004. Book. Very Good. Mass Market Paperback. 6.8 x 4.2 x 0.9 inches. By all the Lechers of Antiquity, what is a god-Emperor to do when his chosen mate is caught on tape speculating that he is a brute and a bore in bed? Renowned for his sexual prowess all over the galaxy, Prince Tarrant-Arragon has a reputation for depravity to keep up, even if the reality of his private life is a far different story. His personal inclination would be to woo his intended with charm and wit, but politics and Tigron tradition call for abduction followed by swift consummation. Embarking on a skilled seduction, Tarrant-Arragon feels confident in his ability to take his queen. But he hasn't counted on the unpredictability of his little Earthling or the startling fact that she would make a pawn of his own heart.., Love Spell, 2004, New York, New York: Harlequin Books, 1999. Paperback. Good. Some things don't change: Dr. Lila Marsden is on duty when Tom Bennet is brought into Emergency. She recognizes him at once-as a national rodeo champion and the man she used to love. He's still living the dangerous life of the rodeo cowboy. Some thing do: Tom's a single father now, and his children need a place to stay while he recuperates. Against her better judgment-her recently widowed father won't appreciate the intrusion-Lila takes them in. The kids are thrilled to be in a "real" home. And they seem to be helping Lila's dad get over his sadness. Some things should: Despite the fact that Lila and Tom still have feelings for each other, he's determined to rejoin the rodeo-although the rodeo was what drove them apart. But Lila's equally determined not to let the same old argument keep them apart. ISBN 0-373-70831-9 12-18-16, Harlequin Books, 1999, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1985. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1985. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harlequin Books, 1985. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. When they met, Karim had called it Fate ... Mesmerized by his strong personal magnetism, Linda had gone along with the events that followed their meeting as if in a dream. A delicious, romantic dream! But now that the closeness of their marriage was over, Linda knew that Karim had lied to her. She felt betrayed by him and by her own feelings She'd allowed him to become very precious to her, and the fact that all along she had been his dupe hurt her indescribably Yet she would endure. She would make a new life for herself...untouched by Karim. ISBN 0-373-10854-0 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, Harlequin Books, 1985, U.S.A: Harlequin, 1988. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Kate Wiley hated to admit it, but singlehandedly managing the large Australian ranch was too much for her. That's when Grevil Robertson appeared on her doorstep with his offer of help. Kate soon learned his interest was more than neighborly, for he stirred feelings within her that, as a widow, she had longed to reawaken. She knew she needed a man. And, somehow, the fact that her husband had once saved Grevil's life made Kate believe it was destiny.... ISBN 0-373-02893-8 02-08-17, Harlequin, 1988, U.S.A.: Harlequin, 1996. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. When a will leads to a wedding ... This is Grant's story: "What a legacy for my father to leave me. Crista Adams-my ward! But the woman is no more a child than I am. In fact, with her lifestyle, I doubt Crista ever was a child. Why is it, then, that I, who've never let a woman get under my skin, am so jealous of every man in Crista's life? That's why I've decided to really act as her guardian. I've demanded that she move in with me. But that's surely the craziest idea I've ever had! Now I have the feeling that nothing in my life will ever be th«t. same again .... " The second story in Sandra Marlon's gripping new series, Landon's Legacy where four hearts are unleashed hy one man's bequest. ISBN 0-373-11813-9 <br/><br/> <br/><br/>03-15-16 03-15-16, Harlequin, 1996, U.S.A.: Harlequin, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. When a will leads to a wedding ... This is Grant's story: "What a legacy for my father to leave me. Crista Adams-my ward! But the woman is no more a child than I am. In fact, with her lifestyle, I doubt Crista ever was a child. Why is it, then, that I, who've never let a woman get under my skin, am so jealous of every man in Crista's life? That's why I've decided to really act as her guardian. I've demanded that she move in with me. But that's surely the craziest idea I've ever had! Now I have the feeling that nothing in my life will ever be th«t. same again .... " The second story in Sandra Marlon's gripping new series, Landon's Legacy where four hearts are unleashed hy one man's bequest. ISBN 0-373-11813-9 3-15-16, Harlequin, 1996, London: Sidgwick & Jackson. Very Good +/Very Good +. 1979. First Edition. Hard Cover. Sm 4to 0283985488 Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. Two new condition records in ffep pocket, the voices of men and women experiencing the past through hypnotic regression.. 192 pages clean and tigh. 'Deep sleep. . deep sleep. Time is running backwards and you are free to choose a character in the immensity of all time.' So begins Joe Keeton as he leads another hypnotized subject back in his search for a personality from the past. No one, least of all the person hypnotized, knows what character will emerge but as Joe Keeton's questioning continues, the subject gradually assumes the voice and the attitudes of a personality from another time and place. In his new existence, the subject is able to express facts and experiences of which he has apparently no knowledge in his conscious life - not -only well-documented historical events but also the names of unrecorded people, the trivia of everyday existence which it has taken hours of research to check. The seven subjects featured in Encounters with the Past (and they are only a tiny fraction of the thousands hypnotized by Joe Keeton) show vividly what it must have been like to live in another time. Although the subjects do not use the language of the time, it is in the small, unerringly accurate, details of their lives that a rounded and totally convincing picture of another life is built up. They recount their personal hopes and fears, speak of important historical events, not as they might be described in a history book, but with the immediacy of an eyewitness account. It is this ability to bring. the past alive in the present that makes hypnotic regression such an exciting and important new field of investigation. What is happening when subjects seem to throw off their conscious personality and assume completely the character of someone in the past? Is it really reincarnation? Is it merely unknown memories from the depths of the unconscious or can memory be handed on genetically? Peter Moss explores these and other possible explanations, finding out what the subjects feel about their new personalities and how the experience has affected their lives. But whether the answer belongs to the supernatural or to the present mind, hypnotic regression is an unforgettable phenomenon which cannot be ignored. - ., Sidgwick & Jackson, 1979

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Paper Back . New. (Size: 22x14cms.), The book deals with the occult sciences that address the mysteries of the mind and attempt to understand the laws of nature and master them. Using perspectives of researchers and practitioners of these sciences, the book studies the basis and practice of Telepathy, Clairvoyance, Psychometry, Hypnotism, Paranormal Phenomenon, Astral traveling and dreams. viii+271 Yr. of Pub.2004 8124602603, London: Sidgwick & Jackson. Very Good +/Very Good +. 1979. First Edition. Hard Cover. Sm 4to 0283985488 Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. Two new condition records in ffep pocket, the voices of men and women experiencing the past through hypnotic regression.. 192 pages clean and tigh. 'Deep sleep. . deep sleep. Time is running backwards and you are free to choose a character in the immensity of all time.' So begins Joe Keeton as he leads another hypnotized subject back in his search for a personality from the past. No one, least of all the person hypnotized, knows what character will emerge but as Joe Keeton's questioning continues, the subject gradually assumes the voice and the attitudes of a personality from another time and place. In his new existence, the subject is able to express facts and experiences of which he has apparently no knowledge in his conscious life - not -only well-documented historical events but also the names of unrecorded people, the trivia of everyday existence which it has taken hours of research to check. The seven subjects featured in Encounters with the Past (and they are only a tiny fraction of the thousands hypnotized by Joe Keeton) show vividly what it must have been like to live in another time. Although the subjects do not use the language of the time, it is in the small, unerringly accurate, details of their lives that a rounded and totally convincing picture of another life is built up. They recount their personal hopes and fears, speak of important historical events, not as they might be described in a history book, but with the immediacy of an eyewitness account. It is this ability to bring. the past alive in the present that makes hypnotic regression such an exciting and important new field of investigation. What is happening when subjects seem to throw off their conscious personality and assume completely the character of someone in the past? Is it really reincarnation? Is it merely unknown memories from the depths of the unconscious or can memory be handed on genetically? Peter Moss explores these and other possible explanations, finding out what the subjects feel about their new personalities and how the experience has affected their lives. But whether the answer belongs to the supernatural or to the present mind, hypnotic regression is an unforgettable phenomenon which cannot be ignored. - ., Sidgwick & Jackson, 1979

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Encounters with the Past: How Man Can Relive and Experience History
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Peter Moss, Joe Keeton

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780283985485
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0283985488
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Publishing year: 1979
Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson

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