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The Science of Channeling

Author : Helané Wahbeh
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From the director of research at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS)—a nonprofit parapsychological research institute cofounded by astronaut Edgar Mitchell—this groundbreaking guide explores the cutting-edge science behind channeling, and offers powerful tools to help you hone your own abilities. Do you have an event in your life that can’t be explained? Perhaps it presented itself as a feeling of intuition, an image, a sense of knowing, or even a full-blown premonition. You may have felt judged when you told someone about it, or even wondered, “did that really happen, or did I just imagine it?” Chock-full of cutting-edge research, this guide will show you just how common this type of phenomenon is—and how you can fine-tune your unique abilities to add richness and depth to your life. In The Science of Channeling, scientist and author Helané Wahbeh will show you how to identify and target your own channeling skills, process the channeled information you receive, and use your unique gift to improve your life—and the world around you. You’ll find detailed information about different channeling types, including mind-to-mind communication, your intention affecting matter, and sensing the future. And finally, you’ll discover a wealth of physiological studies pertaining to the science of channeling, providing ample evidence that channeling is a real phenomena and insights into how it works. If you’re ready to explore the power of channeling, or are looking to strengthen the skills you already have, this guide has everything you need to get started today.

SCIENCE OF CHANNELING

Author : HELANA (C) WAHBEH
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In Gods We Trust

Author : Thomas Robbins
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Much has changed since publication of the first edition of this established text in the sociology of religion. Revised and expanded, this edition emphasizes new patterns of religious change and conflict emerging in the United States in the latter part of the twentieth century. Leading scholars describe and analyze developments in five main areas: The fundamentalist and evangelical revival; challenge and renewal in mainline churches; spiritual innovation and the so-called New Age; women's movements and issues and their impact; and politics and civil religion. Chapters include an examination of religious movements' responses to AIDS; Christian schools; quasi-religions; healing rites and goddess worship; recruitment of women to charismatic and Hassidic groups,; televangelists and the Christian Right; racist rural populism; contemporary Mormonism and its growth; cults and brainwashing; Jonestown; dissidence in the Catholic church; and trance-channeling, among other topics. A new introductory chapter by the editors establishes an integrating framework in terms of three themes: increasing conflict and controversy associated with American religion; increasing focus on various forms of power in American religion; and challenges to models of secularization and modernization inherent in religious revival, innovation, and politicization. A concluding chapter by the editors looks at new trends and assesses their possible impact in coming years. Like its predecessor, this outstanding collection is a significant contribution to the literature as well as a valuable resource for the classroom.

The Science of Wastewater

Author : Frank R. Spellman
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Problem-based and practical introduction to the sciences required to treat wastewaterCovers standard formulas governing unit processes and summarizes material essential for certification and licensureExplains key calculations governing unit operations in treatment plants The scientific properties of different types of wastewater and the unit processes used to transform it into effluent of sufficient quality to be returned to the environment are explained in this comprehensive text. The book presents detailed descriptions of, and mathematical formulas for, wastewater treatment processes–from “dirty” influent to drinking-water-quality discharge. Operations include: filtering and activated sludge, detention basins, ponds and lagoons, and the stabilization and composting of biosolids. Chapters explain the basics of the multiple sciences needed to master wastewater treatment: mathematics, hydraulics, chemistry, and electricity, as well as plant-specific methods used in sedimentation, biological contractors, pumping, chemical dosing, lab analysis and more. Unit processes are illustrated with examples from facilities, as well as by explanations of formulas and step-by-step calculations.

The Science Reports of the T hoku University Sendai Japan

Author : Tōhoku Daigaku
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Scientific American

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The Scientific Papers

Author : James Clerk Maxwell
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The Scientific Papers of James Clerk Maxwell

Author : James Clerk Maxwell
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Channel Tunnel

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The Lichen flora of Great Britain Ireland and the Channel Islands

Author : William Allport Leighton
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