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elizabeth-graver's picture
Jul.16.2012
  For the Porter family, summers at Ashaunt Point – a mile and a half long finger of land on Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts – have anchored life, providing sanctuary for generations. But in 1942, everything abruptly changes when the U.S. Army sets up a base on the Point. The two older...
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May.11.2011
How to Heal Toxic Thoughts teaches readers how to identify toxic thoughts, transmute negative energy, and shield themselves from the harmful influences others project out of ignorance. Filled with pragmatic tools for coping with negative thoughts and emotions, Ingerman helps readers transform toxic...
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May.10.2011
Drawing on the wisdom of ancient and modern day mystics, Sandra explains how to tap into this knowledge and use it to solve the problem of pollution and other maladies plaguing the planet. This book has been translated into the following languages.  Please order from your local bookstore:...
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May.10.2011
Is it possible to create miracles using the power of your intentions? On Miracles for the Earth, Sandra Ingerman teaches a traditional seven-step process known as "shapeshifting" (or transfiguration) that has actually been demonstrated to purify water and soil in the physical environment. Combining...
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May.03.2011
The shamanic principle of shape-shifting is intended to be effected outward as well as inward. Its principles have even been demonstrated to purify water and soil in the physical environment. In this session, Sandra Ingerman demonstrates how to merge shamanic principles and those of modern science...
karen-dionne's picture
Dec.12.2010
As Chaitén sleeps... Two microbiologists monitor the effects of global warming in the shadow of the long-dormant volcano. A celebrity scientist and his film crew arrive at the caldera to capture Chaitén’s spectacular scenery for a television audience. And a Nobel Prize-winning scientist sits in his...
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Jun.21.2010
Wildlife and nature films are a hugely popular entertainment genre: networks such as Animal Planet and Discovery are stars in the cable television universe, viewers flock to IMAX theaters to see jaw-dropping footage from the wild, and the venerable BBC still scores triumphs with series such as ...
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Jan.06.2010
Drought strikes Mt Kimberely, and the school principal makes some harsh rules. There's no bubblers, no toilets and most of all 'No Drinking!'. It's not long before the grass turns brown and the waratahs starts drooping. That's when Olive draws the line. But what can one girl, all on her own, do...
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Jan.06.2010
Squeak Evans is a pretty normal kind of boy except for one thing - he can't talk. But when he auditions for the Rock Eisteddfod, Squeak finds he needs to be able to sing to get the part. Can Doctor Von Schprecken, the world's only Sniffular-bio-herbologist, help Squeak find his voice? Another...
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Jan.06.2010
It's Sandra's birthday and her mum thinks Sandra's bizarre dream might solve the formula she's working on - so there's no time for birthday parties! Sandra's upset, but when she dreams her mum is kidnapped, Sandra rushes to warn her. Instead, she finds the Man in the Full Length Coat, who is...