Humble Giants Alien

Humble Giants  Alien

Seeing that, the Alien turnedhis left side as itis a good defensive stance and raisedboth of his arms toward the human. He thought that the human looked a little funny inhis stance as he didn't understand karate of the humans.

Author: Dave Rhodes

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781450003056

Category: Fiction

Page: 264

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With great anticipation, the Starship Orion headed into the dark void that was before them. Surprisingly, the Ultra Intelligent Beings (UIB) declared that they were in a very different place as they looked at the stars around them. The starship was excited as they may come into contact with life – a new civilization. Everybody in the starship wondered what that would be like. Are they like us? What will transpire in this meeting? Author Dave Rhodes’ third book of a trilogy, Humble Giants –Alien, invites us to go aboard the Starship Orion to find out the answers to these intriguing questions.
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Humble Giants

Humble Giants

They were excited, as this was something alien that they had found. The Capitan spoke, Gus bring it on in. Shuttle bay get ready for the incoming shuttle and payload that it is towing, you will need to grapple it, as it is very large.

Author: Dave Rhodes

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781450003032

Category: Fiction

Page: 207

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Humble Giants Orion Dave Rhodes The year is 2094 ten years after the dawn of the new Federation of the Republic. The realm of mankind is vastly different as Ultra Intelligent Beings (UIB) rule equally with man and has advanced the human race as well as themselves. What will happen however, when they go interstellar mission under a secret research project on the starship Orion to find life and how it relates to man? They are destined on a quest to make contact. What will happen if they do? What is really out there? Are we alone?
Categories: Fiction

Four Aliens and a Giant in a Forbidden World

Four Aliens and a Giant in a Forbidden World

He immediately was receptive and mentioned that he had been reading from the bilingual Testament in what little spare time he had. Clark, unlike his counterpart, Superman, was very humble and didn't fit the physical description either.

Author: E. Nelson Kelley

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781604777352

Category: Fiction

Page: 160

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SOMETHING HAPPENED ONE DAY ON A LONG FLIGHT-TRIP IN A METAL CRAFT AS IT TRAVERSED OVER THE INTERNATIONAL TIME LINE AT A SPEED APPROACHING THE SOUND BARRIER. THE FIRST NOTICABLE THING WAS THAT THE COLORS OF THE CLOTHES THE PASSENGERS WORE WERE MUCH BRIGHTER, AND HAD MORE COLOR, AND THE CRAFT WAS MUCH QUIETER. LIKE AN EXCITING DREAM COME TRUE, LATER, IN A LAND CRAFT WHEN THE, NOW ALIENS, CROSSED UNDER A GREAT, HUGE WALL, THEY WERE IN ANOTHER WORLD. THE CIVILIZATION THESE ALIENS, RAN INTO HAD TOTALLY BEEN UNTOUCHED BY ANY OTHER CIVILIZATION ON EARTH. THE STRANGE STREETS AND BUILDINGS WERE DENSLY POPULATED. THE BEINGS IN THIS STRANGE WORLD WOULD TOUCH THEIR SKIN TO SEE IF IT WAS REAL, THEY HAD A STRANGE WAY OF COMMUNICATING WORDS FROM THEIR MOUTHS, BUT A FEW KNEW THE LANGUAGE AND WOULD ASK "WHERE DID YOU COME FROM?," NOT "WHERE ARE YOU FROM?" Has taught school in inner-city with mixed nationalities; in an African-American school; in a rural one ethnic school; in a Bureau of Indian Affairs, American-Indian school, and an all Chinese school. Has taught in middle-school, elementary school, and special education. Has worked with children and the youth in YMCAs, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and has assisted people groups in Burkina-Faso, the Gypsies in Romania, the Hispanics in America, and the Chinese in China. Is currently working with the Hans and Mongolians in northeast China.
Categories: Fiction

In Alien Heat

In Alien Heat

There, humbly seeking the truth deflected the scorn of cynics and skeptics who did not believe that things ... or feel disembodied hands touching our shoulders, or tugging at our greatcoats; or be attacked by giant, 12-foot thistles.

Author: Steve Dewey

Publisher: Anomalist Books, LLC

ISBN: 9781933665023

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 328

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There has probably never been anything like it in UFO history, but the UFO fever that gripped the small British town of Warminster for about a decade is now largely forgotten. It was one of the largest UFO flaps ever to occur. Thousands of witnesses reported seeing the "Warminster Thing." The hilltops around the town attracted a loyal band of followers, all waiting for the magic sighting, the landing, the contact. The authors were themselves among the skywatchers and spent nights on Cradle Hill, the center of the phenomenon, watching and waiting for UFOs, but also watching and listening to the witnesses and ufologists. IN ALIEN HEAT introduces the Warminster phenomenon to a new generation of readers. It contains a short history of the phenomenon, places it in its social and historical context, and examines the possible mechanisms that initiated and sustained this remarkable UFO flap.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Dreams Our Stuff is Made Of

The Dreams Our Stuff is Made Of

also a rougher breed of aliengiants so tall that "the men of our Earth reach only to their navels. ... These are very humble beginnings for what was to become SF's most versatile metaphor, its signature trope, the Alien, ...

Author: Thomas M. Disch

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780684859781

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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Traces the development of science fiction from the literary tales of H.G. Wells and Jules Verne into a multi-billion-dollar entertainment industry, and explores its impact on American culture.
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Clear Word Giant Print

Clear Word Giant Print

Leave the grapes you come back into the camp . didn't pick for the alien , the orphan and 10 “ When your neighbor asks you for a the widow . 22Don't forget that you were loan and you agree to help him , don't in- once slaves in Egypt ...

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Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc

ISBN: 0828019843

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The Cult of Alien Gods

The Cult of Alien Gods

In every reference to angels , to God , or to " giants , " he saw aliens , aliens , and aliens . ... Giving the book its title , our humble author next discovers ancient myths from around the world that describe the descent of the gods ...

Author: Jason Colavito

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: UOM:39015063670981

Category: Fiction

Page: 398

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Nearly half of all Americans believe in the existence of extraterrestrials, and many are also convinced that aliens have visited earth at some point in history. Included among such popular beliefs is the notion that so-called ancient astronauts (visitors from outer space) were responsible for historical wonders like the pyramids. In The Cult of Alien Gods, author Jason Colavito reveals for the first time that the entire genre of ancient astronaut books is based upon fictional horror stories, whose author once wrote that he never wished to mislead anyone. In this entertaining and informative book, Colavito traces the origins of the belief in ancient extraterrestrial visitors to the work of horror writer H. P. Lovecraft (1890–1937). This amazing tale takes the reader through fifty years of pop culture and pseudoscience highlighting such influential figures and developments as Erich von Däniken (Chariots of the Gods), Graham Hancock (Fingerprints of the Gods), Zecharia Sitchin (Twelfth Planet), and the Raelian Revolution. The astounding and improbable connections among these various characters are revealed, along with the disturbing consequences of Lovecraft's "little joke" for modern science and public knowledge. Beyond documenting Lovecraft's influence on ancient astronaut theories and Raelian cloning efforts, Colavito also argues that the appeal of such modern myths is a troubling sign in an age when science is having its greatest success. He suggests that at the dawn of the 21st century Western society is witnessing a deep-seated erosion of Enlightenment values that are the basis of the modern world.
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Waking the Giant

Waking the Giant

Daniel was a young teenager when he was taken from his homeland and thrust into the alien society where he would live ... He loves to use the foolish , simple , and humble things of the world to confound the wise ( 1 Corinthians 1:27 ) ...

Author: Ryan Shaw

Publisher: William Carey Library

ISBN: 0878083723

Category: Church work with college students

Page: 224

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College campuses of the world have historically been the premier place where laborers for the nations have been fashioned by the hand of God. These individuals have most often been influenced by powerful and united student mission movements in their college communities. Now it's this generation's turn! Waking the Giant envisions and provides practical tools for individuals and ministries among the emerging generation to be set aflame through a grassroots mission movement. God is on the move in extraordinary ways. The time has come!
Categories: Church work with college students

The Science of Aliens

The Science of Aliens

Since the rather humble red dwarfs predominate in Galaxies, the planets and Moons in orbit about them predominate as well. ... Could Ewoks be a common form of alien life? ... forest moon in orbit around an inhospitable gas giant.

Author: Mark Brake

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510767119

Category: Science

Page: 264

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Discover the real science behind 2001, ET, Signs, and all your favorite fictional alien civilizations. As space telescopes continue to search for life in this unearthly Universe, the crucial questions remain unanswered. Are we awake to the revolutionary effects on human society and science that alien contact will bring? And how is it possible to imagine the unknown? The Science of Aliens tells the compelling story of how the portrayal of alien life has evolved over time. Taking examples from science, film, and fiction, this book showcases how scholars, filmmakers, and authors have devoted their energies to imagining life beyond this Earth. From Copernicus to Kubrick, The Science of Aliens is a fascinating account for anyone interested in extraterrestrials. Otherworldly topics include: What Xenomorphs from Alien and Na’vi from Avatar have in common Darwin among aliens Extraterrestrials in Einstein’s sky Aliens in our space age And so much more Visualize the unknown and redefine your place in a changing cosmos with The Science of Aliens.
Categories: Science

Vampires Vs Aliens Book Two

Vampires Vs  Aliens  Book Two

Of course, in another five or six billion years it will become a red giant as fiery red as the color of your hair, as it continues to convert its hydrogen ... “You're an alien,” Francesca surmised. ... “Baytok, a humble servant of Deos.

Author: Keith B. Darrell

Publisher: Amber Book Company

ISBN:

Category: Young Adult Fiction

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Sebastian arrives. He’s a mysterious Elder vampire sent by the Conclave of Elders, who disapprove of Gaunt’s decision to handle the alien threat without consulting them. But Sebastian has his own deadly secrets... Hailey Rumson arrives to start classes at the local college in the fall. She had moved away two years ago, before Courtney Cartwright came to town. Hailey is old friends with Brandon but has never met Courtney, who had become her cousin's BFF. Hailey wants to learn more about her cousin's death and distrusts Courtney because she spends so much time around her cousin's killer. The military intercepts Brexa as she enters the Earth’s stratosphere to warn Kira and Kevian their lives are in danger. Saskia, an alien rebel, takes over the Neptune Corporation while Kevian and Kira are on the run from Quill. Baytok, a hermit-alien monk, aids a renegade vampire. Of course, the vampires — Young Bloods (Misha, Scarlett, Jaxson, and Nicholas), Old Bloods (Zachary & Audrey), Elders (Gaunt, Talia, Tobias, Marcus, and Francesca) — are back. Oh, and remember that message Jansa sent to the home world? Someone got the message. And they’re coming. But not who anyone expects.
Categories: Young Adult Fiction