"A freak accident in rural Wyoming leads the Sheriff's Department to arrest a man for a possible double homicide, but further investigations suggest a much more horrifying discovery -- a serial killer who has been kidnapping, torturing and mutilating victims all over the United States for at least twenty-five years. The suspect claims he is a pawn in a huge labyrinth of lies and deception -- can he be believed?"--
"A freak accident in rural Wyoming leads the Sheriff's Department to arrest a man for a possible double homicide, but further investigations suggest a much more horrifying discovery -- a serial killer who has been kidnapping, torturing and ...
Author: Chris Carter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
not for evil, if we have said some things which ought not to have been said; for
disputants often roam the fields of licence. Those good men glory in their
knowledge, and speak what is found in their Order's fount of wisdom, which is the
Word of ...
Author: Henry Osborn Taylor
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
The Interactions Between Instinct and Intellect and its Impact on Human Behavior Length: 420 Pages Mark Abraham came to America as a student in 1973 bent on finding the hidden causes of perpetual human conflicts. He devoted 25 years of his postgraduate studies to understand the mind and has discovered that a growing imbalance in every human mind dominates all aspects of human conduct that also includes human conflicts. This discovery took him far beyond his original quest and unveiled a few major human mysteries. For example, we learn that the inner contradictions between instincts and intellect create the psychology of spirituality that finds reflection in different religions. It also shows what renders humans incurably political and why Aristotle called man political animal. We learn what in the mind longs for art and also sport. As this stance also shows why of all beings humans alone are at the same time polygamous and monogamous that renders our species alone, sexually confused and much more. Three human instincts are universally accepted, and Mark has identified 14 more each of which drives its own brand of behavior more forcefully than does our intellect. Ignoring this mental force had created a missing link in studying humans that is responsible for the persisting human enigma. Placing this missing link in its rightful place in the equation of studying human reveals that the contrasting natures of the progressing intellect and stagnant instincts have resulted in a growing imbalance in the mind. Our stagnant instincts impair our intelligence, hinder our success and happiness and also are responsible for all manmade disasters. However, because of its subtle nature it continues to escape attention. This work shows how to disengage your instincts and intellect, boost your intelligence and happiness. This is a unifying theory of the mind that deals with all these subjects and a great deal more covered in six books.
If this is strong enough to stop them from doing what they were about to do, no
evil act is committed to demand a reaction of the same sort, and again this
contributes to the peace and tranquility of human society. Therefore, believers
have great ...
Author: Mark Abraham
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book consists of a focused and systematic analysis of Freud’s implicit argument for unconscious mental states. The author employs the unique approach of applying contemporary philosophical methods, especially Kripke-Putnam essentialism, in analyzing Freud’s argument. The book elaborates how Freud transformed the intentionality theory of his Cartesian teacher Franz Brentano into what is essentially a sophisticated modern view of the mind. Indeed, Freud redirected Brentano's analysis of consciousness as intentionality into a view of consciousness-independent intentionalism about the mental that in effect set the agenda for latter-twentieth-century philosophy of mind.
[T]hey may also be excited by the things good and evil which the soul does not
notice even although they belong to it, such as the pleasure taken in
encountering risk or in the recollection of a past evil. Thus the pleasure which
young people ...
Author: Jerome C. Wakefield
A vortex of obsession, hallucinations and fear...a crescendo of curiosity and suspense opens the first volume of the collection The Black Mind. These horror novels will generate a succession of terrible events, discovering painful surprises and striking without mercy, as possessed by an homicidal rage. Darkness and solitude will arise and what has been created by the author won't stop or leave before having completed its dark task. Who isn't scared as a child because of his own imagination, during a stormy night, of some unknown presence, that is hiding at the darkness of his own house? And who, played by his own mind, tired and confused, maybe sick, hasn't felt that sensation of being followed, persecuted and hunted down by evil? You will live three exciting and thrilling horror adventures, between the absurd and the unexpected, hanging between two worlds, reality and dream, dominated by the annoying impression of being observed by a stranger.
The infernal sky keeps shooting down water, making an evil deed. «...and it
knocks, it knocks on the roofs, on the windows, on the walls, on the doors of
adults and children, ferociously knocks on the children minds...» (memory) «Are
Author: Salvatore Palmieri
Category: Literary Collections
... Marijuana, Cigarette, Inflammable, Volts, Electrical, Apostle, Empathy, The
Laws, Policeman, Thieves, Left Path, Volume, Crime Scale, Crime Mind, Sex
Mind, Evil Mind, Live Mind, Eclipses, Kometes, Doctrine, One Sun, One Love,
One Voice ...
Author: Darrell Gontier
Discover the lessons that helped bring about a new golden age of Disney animation! Published for the first time ever, Drawn to Life is a two volume collection of the legendary lectures from long-time Disney animator Walt Stanchfield. For over twenty years, Walt helped breathe life into the new golden age of animation with these teachings at the Walt Disney Animation Studios and influenced such talented artists as Tim Burton, Brad Bird, Glen Keane, and John Lasseter. These writings represent the quintessential refresher for fine artists and film professionals, and it is a vital tutorial for students who are now poised to be part of another new generation in the art form. Written by Walt Stanchfield (1919-2000), who began work for the Walt Disney Studios in the 1950s. His work can be seen in films like Sleeping Beauty, The Jungle Book, 101 Dalmatians, and Peter Pan. Edited by Academy Award®-nominated producer Don Hahn, who has prduced such classic Disney films as Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King.
Volume 1: The Walt Stanchfield Lectures Walt Stanchfield Don Hahn ... The
conscious mind mustbe selective ofthe things that viefor one«s attention because
itcan only process one thing ata time.Youcould likenitto a telephone linewhere
the ... ofthem foryou to use. It«s quite impersonal, so it can also build an evil and
Author: Walt Stanchfield
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
notwithstanding intellect, talent, and all you may give to boot, it shall be of the
same sinful complexion as every other child, if not as apparently evil; for “the
carnal mind is enmity against God.” And if this applies to children, equally does it
Malcom and Dandy are best friends. But these two boys aren’t your average ten-year-olds. When the boys get their hands on an Ecto-Handheld-Automatic-Heat-Sensitive-Laser-Enhanced Specter Detector, their adventures as Ghost Detectors begin. In this first volume of three stories, Malcom and Dandy thwart a practical-joking poltergeist, rid the Miller house of a ghost, and get to the bottom of some unusual paranormal activity in their elementary school. It may sound strange, but it’s just the everyday work of a Ghost Detector! Readers love the humorous detective adventures and learn a number of ghost-detecting tips!
Let the Specter-Detecting Begin, Books 1-3 Dotti Enderle. The excitement of the
evening wore off, and Malcolm's feet suddenly felt like ... An evil thought crossed
his mind. Herbert McBleaky wasn't the only practical joker in town. He slipped in ...
Author: Dotti Enderle
Publisher: Scarletta Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Welcome To a World of Unbridled Psychological Horror KING OF PAIN - The Descent is Book 1 of the series, 'A Journey to Hell & Back Through the Mind's Eye.' It is the haunting story of a nameless, faceless character caught in the grip of nihilism and horrific self-destruction. You are invited into the character's twisted and tormented mind, where you'll experience evil, madness and atrocities unspeakable. Always in the company of his Russian Blue cat 'Uncle Joey,' he travels through the dregs of humanity and finds solace in all that is filthy and deplorable; the junkie ecosystem, a throng of parasitical people feeding off of each other in Building #1, the abode of a certain old man named Ralphy, known by all as The Cockroach Prince. As the maze of characters gets more dangerous and some seek to destroy him, there are players behind the scenes that believe he can overcome, including his eccentric mother Marina, an unknown yet benevolent ghost, Father Corbin, an unconventional priest with unique spiritual abilities and insight, and Slade, the Indian Warrior who tries to introduce him to the purging ceremonies of his people. The character's only human support comes from friends like Jim, a half-white, half-Cherokee freight train of violence and frantic drug consumption; Martin, the chronically-addicted former mob boss and city overlord, and Jonathon, a newly-orphaned youth who admires the main character and has himself given up on life. But time is running out. As the character’s self destruction breeds more intense psychological suffering, the visions turn darker and more sinister; demonic apparitions begin to appear in his Mind's Eye and even in his tangible reality. . He is thus catapulted into the very center of his existence where he comes face to face with the ultimate archenemy.. Encounter angels and demons, experience the end of the world and enter the character's soul, where he comes face-to-face with CEO, his personal and self-devised Satan. Will he make it out of this nightmarish world of insanity? Or will his enemies triumph and drag his soul to hell? Sometimes Reality, Is The Hardest Thing to Face From the Author: KING OF PAIN: What would it be like to travel into a world of death, insanity, depravity and violence INSIDE the human soul? Plagued by endless painful emotions, confusion, hatred and rage, a mind can, in essence, create an inner world of death more terrifying and vile than any movie or news report. That internal film is always playing; unfettered by human laws or reasons to restrain, this 'soul footage' can roll horrific scenes of unrestrained mass murder and human debasement. Who is the wiser if he pillages and murders inside of his own mind? Who can imprison him for perpetrating these despicable yet abstract deeds? What of this inner world... this inner hell where everything and anything can come to pass? Is it all in the imagination, or are there (real) malevolent forces behind the curtain? And so I was intrigued by "The Mind's Eye," the lens that goes above and beyond three-dimensional reality; a razor-sharp, ocular blade that severs all that is illusory. But what happens when, upon closer scrutiny, we discover that illusion is, perhaps, more real than what the naked eye can see. Yet the horrors that appear before the Mind's Eye are a mere reflection of the destructive choices that the character makes. So what if we took this character and placed him in a hopeless path of self - destruction, a path so irrevocable and vile that it actually fueled the mental machinations? And this inner hell that he creates is the only outlet that he has for the suffering and psychological pain that assaults him day and night, a direct result of the insanely-destructive choices that he makes, knowing that his demise looms, but pressing on nonetheless, and with glee and defiance. What can he do to find relief but to reach out and soothe the misery with liquids, powders, pebbles and any other compounds he can find? But that is not enough; the more he partakes, the more he craves, and the more he craves, the more his life falls apart, and the more he loses control, the more he is consumed with hate and rage. As his emotions collapse and humanity disappears, the character is assaulted by horrifying visions, dreams and spiritual apparitions. And this blood-paved road leads to the very place that he always shunned; yes, this road leads to the center of himself. There, for the first time, he finds himself standing face-to-face with his loving enemy and indefatigable tormentor. And so, towards the end of this volume, our nameless character says: "I crown myself KING OF PAIN, walking down my self-made Calvary with the world's crosses on my back, on the pathway to becoming my own self-righteous martyr." This statement was somewhat of a shock to me when it came because it showed that, somewhere inside his corrupted mind, there is an awareness that shows him flashes of truth and clarity. But will that be enough to uproot and destroy an evil so deeply rooted? While a betting man would put his money on violent death and eternal perdition for our character, the force of free-will, coupled with love rediscovered, could very well equal or even surpass the power of E=Mc2, could it not? Together, we shall discover his fate.
Evil. Biting. Its. Lips. IT. IS 3:00 A.M., AND MARINA FINDS HERSELF WIDE
AWAKE. A terrible sense of foreboding fills her ... It. 155 The King ofPain –A
Journey to Hell & Back Through the Mind's Eye Volume 1 – Chapter 13 Evil Biting
Author: Robert Dave Johnston
Publisher: Robert Dave Johnston
The Secret of the Mystic Will This book will show you the most effective means to secure your own happiness, as well as that of others. The power to transform our lives is dependent upon few and simple requirements. Any of us can achieve true life satisfaction through learning to cultivate the habit of purposeful direction of the Will. Success achieved by those receptive to the clearly articulated observations presented by the author can be immediate and ongoing. These universally valid insights and techniques help overcome failure through self-hindrance and assist in achieving a focused personal direction that guarantees the fulfilment of the individual's goals. For those who recognise the truth that the Will is the master harmonic capable of harnessing the competing talents that lie within each of us into something much greater than the sum of its parts, this work will be welcomed as a powerful tool of self-transformation.
Not less clear is it that there is another hidden Self - a power which, recognizing
much which is evil in the Mind, would fain reject, or rule, or subdue it. This latent,
inner Intelligence calls into action the Will. All of this is vague, and, it may be, ...
Author: Charles G. Leland
At length an old Irish woman, not of good character, who had given one of those
girls some harsh language, and to whom all this diabolical ... any particular
person-as guilty, the guilt of that person was established, because he could not, if
innocent, be personated by an evil spirit. _ ' The public mind being thus
predisposed, four girls in Salem, complained of being afflicted in the same
manner with those in ...
Author: Marshall, John
Publisher: Best Books on
David Thompson's Travels is one of the finest early expressions of the Canadian experience. The work is not only the account of a remarkable life in the fur trade but an extended meditation on the land and Native peoples of western North America. The tale spans the years 1784 to 1807 and extends from the Great Lakes to the Rockies, from Athabasca to Missouri. A distinguished literary work, the Travels alternates between the expository prose of the scientist and the vivid language of the storyteller, animated throughout by a restless spirit of inquiry and sense of wonder. In the first volume of an ambitious three-volume project that will finally bring all of Thompson's writings together, editor William Moreau presents the Travels narrative as it existed in 1850, when the author was forced to abandon his work. Accompanying Moreau's transcription is an introductory essay and a textual introduction, extensive critical annotations, historical and modern maps, and a biographical appendix. The definitive collection of Thompson's works, The Writings of David Thompson will bring one of North American's most important early travellers and surveyors and his world to a whole new generation of readers.
seems a natural weakness of the human mind when in distress, to hope from
others, equally helpless, when we have lost ... “I am possessed of an evil Spirit to
eat human flesh”: “Wee tee go” is the evil Spirit, that devours humankind.1 When
Author: David Thompson
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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But, when you add of your own that the separation is one of good from evil, if by
good you mean the soul and by evil the body, then He is not ... Do not be puffed
up in mind, as you wrote, because we only make you out great in order to put an
Author: Saint Augustine
Publisher: CUA Press
And now — now I shuddered in her presence , and grew pale at her approach ;
yet , bitterly lamenting her fallen and desolate condition , I called to mind that she
had loved me long , and , in an evil moment , I spoke to her of marriage . And at ...
Author: Edgar Allan Poe
The Poems of Browning is the first collected edition to be based on the earliest printed texts, and to present these texts in order of their composition.Together, volumes I and II provide an authoritative and accessible tribute to this great poet. Volume I, 1826-1840 traces Browning's career up to the writing of Sordello. It includes his only surviving juvenilia: The Dance of Death and The First-Borm of Egypt; Pauline, his first anonymous publication, and Paracelsus, the poem which made his literary reputation.
Neither of these implies a condoning of evil, and Ecclesiastes viii 1.1 may be at
the back of B.'s mind here: 'Because sentence against an evil work is not
executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to
Author: John Woolford
Category: Literary Criticism
... any answer , or spoke with any one there , it must be with an evil spirit : and
then I entered into a long discourse with him about the ... I found it was not so
easy to imprint right notions in his mind about the devil , as it was about the being
Author: Daniel Defoe
Publisher: D. A. Talboys
VOL . I. No , 1 May , 1897 — The Spiritual Science of Life . 2 June , -Self - Control
. 3. July , -Power of the Will . August , -Faith and Works . 5 September , Mental ...
Parch , - Good and Evil . 12. ... in stamps . 66 ISSUED BY The Alliance Publishing
Company , “ Life " Bldg . , Hew York , A. V. 1 MIND . VOL . II . AUGUST , 1898 .
... to which we are so obnoxious , that the idea of a material Hell seems to have
been devised and inculcated to meet and combat the evil on its own ground . ...
Exclude these , and the mind , absorbed by debasing physical gratification , or
satiated with sensuality , loses its vitality and becomes the prey of ennui . ... We
thank Mr . Hazard for his stimulating and able volume on “ Freedom of mind in
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His state of mind was not improved by an interview with Bob. Some evil genius
put it into Bob's mind that it was his duty to be, if only for one performance, the
Heavy Elder Brother to Mike; to give him good advice. It is never the smallest use
Author: P. G. Wodehouse