Paladín, the Magic Lamp, & the Secrets of the Universe

Author: Ed Vergara

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1440137080

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 104

View: 8560


What is your purpose in life? How do you find your identity? In Paladin, The Magic Lamp & the secrets of the Universe, author Ed Vergara helps illuminate your life's path the way a torch would light the route in the darkness of the night. Through the telling of the parable of Paladin, Vergara helps us understand the principles of the invisible realm in the Universe. Paladin refuses to be confined by the false concepts of religion, politics, philosophies, civilizations, and the limits imposed by man throughout the ages. With the assistance of a genie, Paladin interviews key figures who played a significant role in historyfrom the math whiz and astronomer Thales of Miletus, to Solomon the King of Israel, to Albert Einstein and Gandhito help him to learn to know himself. You can travel with Paladn to observe and examine the future according to the prophetic experience of Daniel. Paladin, The Magic Lamp & the secrets of the Universe reveals the truth to those who want to know it. This parable's purpose is to inspire you to follow your heart, which desperately searches for eternal life. It seeks to ignite the energy inside of you, to discover the seeds of truth and wisdom that have existed throughout eternity. This enchanting journey through the universe and time will take you to the next dimension. Through this experience, you will find the best of yourself, your identity. ED VERGARA has always been committed to Science, Art, History, Spiritual Principles and Discovery. His professional education has developed him into an expert in the fields of urban planning, architecture & construction development. Vergara lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy

Author: Jacob Burckhardt

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486121518

Category: History

Page: 368

View: 1323


A distinguished scholar explores innovations in art and attitudes in this classic of cultural history. It chronicles the revival of humanism, church/empire conflicts, and the rise of modern government and individualism.

The Savior

Author: Brian K. Graunt

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483668355

Category: Fiction

Page: 162

View: 1964


Carmen was on the run everywhere she turned it seemed someone was trying to kill her. An assassin had crept into the Palace and murdered the Royal family, her family! She was in tears for they had murdered her mother, father and brother as they slept! Never would she see them again. Her mother would never again brush away the tears as they ran down her cheeks. She could never hug her father, never would she be able to tease and play tricks on her older brother. Why, why would anyone do this? She dropped her head crying who, who can I turn to in this my hour of need? The Princess didnt realize it, but Fate sometimes is a fickle thing for it can bring two peoples from different worlds together to aid and comfort the other.

The Paladin

Author: Reginald Pierce

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1456772503

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 6378


For 7 year-old Raymond Johnson, born in India of Anglo/Indian parents, his migration to Sydney, Australia, in 1949 is the start of a great adventure. The story follows Raymonds early life as he struggles through harsh treatment at boarding school and at the hands of his often-violent fathers alcohol induced rages. After marriage at a young age, he joins the Commandos and later sees service with the AATV in Vietnam. The aftermath of that bloody conflict is his continuing nightmares; a drift into alcohol dependence, marriage break-up and years spent aimlessly drifting from job to job in tough outback-Australian country towns. A troubled man trying to get his life back together, a man with an honourable code, a modern day Paladin. This is a tale of abuse, love, mateship, courage, degradation and redemption.

The Paladin Prophecy: Alliance

Book Two

Author: Mark Frost

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1446480240

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

View: 7172


After exposing the sinister underground society of students known as the Knights of Charlemagne, Will West stays at the Centre over the summer to explore his newly developing physical and mental abilities. Meanwhile, his roommates investigate the Knights' shadowy purpose and discover unsettling information about their own backgrounds. Will and his friends must quickly figure out what's going on and separate friend from foe as they prepare for the coming fight.

Joan of Arc

Author: Mark Twain

Publisher: Ignatius Press

ISBN: 0898702682

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 452

View: 8059


This historical novel purportedly written by Joan's longtime friend -- Sieur Louis de Conte -- discloses Twain's unrestrained admiration for the French heroine's nobility of character.