The Magic

Author: Rhonda Byrne
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1849838402
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In The Magica great mystery from a sacred text is revealed, and with this knowledge Rhonda Byrne takes the reader on a life-changing journey for 28 days. Step by step, day-by-day, secret teachings, revelations, and scientific law are brought together to form 28 simple practices that open the reader's eyes to a new world, and lead them to a dream life.

Dana And The Secret Of The Magic Crystal

Author: Thomas L. Hunter
Publisher: Hunter Verlag
ISBN: 3947086059
Size: 55.19 MB
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A long time ago, a magical experiment went wrong. An ancient population, who started it, had to bear the consequences. The magical explosion ripped everyone from their time. Dana has been found and taken in by the dwarfs when she was just a baby. On her tenth birthday there, she learns about her heritage and the one of her people, who not only got very old, but also had exceptional abilities. Curious and full of enthusiasm, she now tries to find out more about herself and her people. While she's searching for her past, she comes across a ghost. The ghost is one of her people, who now instructs her and supervises her training as a magician. She learns to read the old books and how to apply magic. He tells her of what happened back in the day and she, of course, wants to search for her parents and her people – even if she has to outwit time. Of course, she also learns respect for life in general. During her training, she receives orders from the King of the dwarfs, to help out with a problem in the mountains. Following a catastrophe more than one hundred years ago, nobody can leave the mountains anymore. Anyone who's tried to take on the problem, has failed so far. The dwarfs now hope that Dana's magical abilities can solve said problem. During the hunt for a solution and for her past, Dana needs to face many adventures. She learns more about her heritage and during her investigations she meets more and more characters that have had contact to her people and who are willing to help her. Luckily, Dana is not alone. Shari, her little fairy, and Gomek, the dwarf boy, accompany and support her as best as they can. Is this kind of task even manageable for a ten-year-old and her young friends? Dana and supporters won't be deterred, at any rate, and try everything to reach their goal.

Krug N The Secret Of Magic

Author: L. A. Beaver
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 0244326339
Size: 69.48 MB
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Four hundred and forty-two years before the Race War, Enan reappears after a year of exile established by the Order of Lärurîth. At the dawn of a new era for the young Arset people, rumors of a mighty army of strange, invincible and unstoppable creatures spread like wildfire. A boy with no name and no memory is in the middle of a war that apparently does not belong to him, but things are not always as they seem, and an indissoluble link joins him to Enan. Everything has already been written or can anyone still decide their own destiny? A story that would have ended over two thousand years later had just begun.

The Secret History Of Magic

Author: Peter Lamont
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1524704458
Size: 56.33 MB
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Pull back the curtain on the real history of magic – and discover why magic really matters If you read a standard history of magic, you learn that it begins in ancient Egypt, with the resurrection of a goose in front of the Pharaoh. You discover how magicians were tortured and killed during the age of witchcraft. You are told how conjuring tricks were used to quell rebellious colonial natives. The history of magic is full of such stories, which turn out not to be true. Behind the smoke and mirrors, however, lies the real story of magic. It is a history of people from humble roots, who made and lost fortunes, and who deceived kings and queens. In order to survive, they concealed many secrets, yet they revealed some and they stole others. They engaged in deception, exposure, and betrayal, in a quest to make the impossible happen. They managed to survive in a world in which a series of technological wonders appeared, which previous generations would have considered magical. Even today, when we now take the most sophisticated technology for granted, we can still be astonished by tricks that were performed hundreds of years ago. The Secret History of Magic reveals how this was done. It is about why magic matters in a world that no longer seems to have a place for it, but which desperately needs a sense of wonder.

The Secret Of The Magic Lamp

Author: Dr. Roberto A. Bonomi
Publisher: Dr. Roberto A. Bonomi
ISBN: 9870525970
Size: 30.52 MB
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WOUL YOU LIKE TO BE ABLE TO GET ANYTHING YOU WANT? The secret tells us that we can get everything we have always dreamed of having, and reveals that money, prosperity and achieve what everyone wants, is only for those who do things "in a special way". This book will tell you how to do things "in that special way" that brings magic to the lives of the people. The Secret talks about the Law of Attraction, a law that works as Aladdin's lamp. And if you learn to master the Law of Attraction, this knowledge will change your life! This is not just about get rich, but about reaching all that you deserve in all aspects of your life! In any group of 100 people, there are 95 that will fail and 5 that will be successful. You like to be part of that 5%? Learn how to attract your life anything you want, like an unstoppable magnet......

The Secret Of The Magic Pen

Author: Jamie Suzanne
Publisher: Sweet Valley
ISBN: 9780553482829
Size: 23.49 MB
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On a hike through an eerie cave, Elizabeth Wakefield finds a glowing pen, which--when she sits down to use it--starts writing a scary, twist-and-turn mystery that then seems to be coming true. Original.

The Secret Of Magic

Author: Deborah Johnson
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241968941
Size: 69.14 MB
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In 1946, a young female attorney from New York City attempts the impossible: attaining justice for a black man in the Deep South. Regina Robichard works for Thurgood Marshall, who receives an unusual letter asking the NAACP to investigate the murder of a returning black war hero. It is signed by M. P. Calhoun, the most reclusive author in the country. As a child, Regina was captivated by Calhoun's The Secret of Magic, a novel in which white and black children played together in a magical forest. Despite his better judgment, Thurgood gives Regina permission to investigate the case. But once down in Mississippi, Regina finds that nothing in the South is as it seems.

Mind Power The Secret Of Mental Magic

Author: William Walker Atkinson
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849626989
Size: 45.20 MB
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Atkinson's work is widely considered as one of the best among the New Thought publications. All his lessons are funneling into one big aim: how mind can conquer matter. Learn how to train and improve your mind and to train your new powers. Contents: Foreword. Chapter I. The Mental-Dynamo Chapter II. The Nature Of Mind-Power Chapter III. Mentative Induction Chapter IV. Mental Magic In Animal Life Chapter V. Mental Magic In Human Life Chapter VI. The Mentatitve Poles Chapter VII. Desire And Will In Fable Chapter VIII. Mind-Power In Action Chapter IX. Personal Magnetism Chapter X. Examples Of Dynamic Mentation Chapter XI. Dynamic Individuality Chapter XII. Mental Atmosphere Chapter XIII. Channels Of Influence Chapter XIV. Instruments Of Expression Chapter XV. Using The Mentative Instruments Chapter XVI. Mental Suggestion Chapter XVII. Four Kinds Of Suggestion Chapter XVIII. How Suggestion Is Used Chapter XIX. Induced Imagination Chapter XX. Induced Imagination In India Chapter XXI. The Ocean Of Mind-Power Chapter XXII. A Glimpse Of The Occult World Chapter XXIII. Self Protection Chapter XXV. Mental Therapeutics Chapter XXVI. Mental Healing Methods Chapter XXVII. Mental Architecture Chapter XXVIII. Making Over Oneself Chapter XXIX. Mind-Building

The Secret Of Mental Magic A Course Of Seven Lessons

Author: William Walker Atkinson
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 147338074X
Size: 48.23 MB
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This antiquarian volume contains a detailed guide to ''mental magic'', being a seven-lesson course in suggestion and persuasion. This fascinating text contains, in equal amounts, theoretical information and practical guidance, making this an ideal textbook for those with an interest in magic and the powers of suggestion. Written in clear, concise language and full of interesting information and practicable tips, this text is designed or those with little previous experience. The chapters of this volume include: 'Magic Tricks', 'My Basic Statement', 'Mental Magic', 'The Underlying Force', 'Mental Suggestion', 'Personal Influence', 'Flammarion's Theory', 'The Evidence of Thought Transference', 'The Science of Telementation', 'Mental Therapeutics', 'Mental Architecture', et cetera. We are republishing this vintage volume now complete with a new biography of the author.