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Star Light Star Bright Starlight Trilogy Book 2

Author: Marian Wells
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441262490
Size: 33.75 MB
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Jenny's search for truth and for power to control her own destiny continue even into her marriage to the young lawyer, Mark Cartwright. Her happiness and security with Mark are often shadowed by dark thoughts and frightening memories. The very beliefs which seemed to have brought them together are now pulling them apart... In the historical framework of Mormonism's roots, here is the powerful continuation of Jenny's story.

Star Light Star Bright

Author: Katherine Stone
Publisher: Mira Books
ISBN: 9781551669540
Size: 35.81 MB
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Torn between two women--Lily Forsythe Rutledge, a delicate beauty who suffers from a strange illness, and Brooke Blair, an independent woman who is very protective of Lily--Rage McClure must delve into the secrets of the past to choose the woman he truly loves. Reprint.

The Wishing Star Starlight Trilogy Book 1

Author: Marian Wells
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441262482
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Jenny, living in the frontier districts of New York and Ohio in the early 1800's, is a bright and unusually inquisitive young girl. Though living in poverty with limited schooling and spiritual guidance, and tough viciously mistreated by a drunken father, quick-minded Jenny becomes an avid reader. Her father's forbidden book holds an overwhelming fascination for her. Will she find the truth, or is she on a dangerous road with no end in sight? Here is a powerful historical novel with style and theme similar to the author's first two in this genre, concerning the early days of Mormonism.

Star Light Star Bright

Author: Anne Stuart
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426810512
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Angela McKenna is back in Crescent Cove after a painful divorce. As if that isn't enough, she discovers that her secret teenage crush is also back in town, hiding from the world. Her Christmas could use brightening up. Maybe if she bought a special candle...maybe if Brody Jackson was with her...

The Starlight Trilogy

Author: Marian Wells
Publisher: Arrowood Press
ISBN: 9780884862383
Size: 43.71 MB
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Bringing history and fiction together, The Starlight Trilogy chronicles one young woman's desperate search for spiritual truth in the religious turmoil of nineteenth century America. With combined sales of over 300,000 copies, these three bestselling novels weave a powerful epic of light and darkness set against the spiritual roots of Mormonism. With gifted storytelling and accurate historical research, the author presents a powerful tale of loss, love and faith.

Starlight Starbright

Author: Roberto Mendoza
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781478336099
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The power of the Zodiac has influenced the destinies of woman and man, since the first starlight twinkle shown down upon a stilled and silent Earth. Artist and author, Roberto Mendoza proudly presents his own series of original Zodiac designs along with a little gentle guidance to help illuminate the way for all those seeking wisdom from the heavens.

Starlight Sailor

Author: James Mayhew
Publisher: Barefoot Books
ISBN: 9781846867507
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Award-winning artist Jackie Morris's dream-like illustrations provide an enchanting interpretation of James Mayhew's lyrical poem. Includes instructions on how to make your own paper boat.

Out Of The Crucible Treasure Quest Book 2

Author: Marian Wells
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441262458
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Set against the rigors of frontier life in the West, Colorado Gold, was the dramatic first book in the new Treasure Quest historical fiction series. Bestselling author Marian Wells introduced her readers to Amy Randolph and Daniel Gerrett whose marriage started on shaky ground, nearly fell apart, and finally was restored. Out of the Crucible continues their story. As much as Amy loves Daniel, being the wife of an elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church during the circuit-riding days is difficult. Saying goodbye every Monday without knowing if he'll be back for the weekend, wondering if he's met up with Indians traveling between mining communities, the dreaded monotony and ruggedness of the mining town--her promise of love had been easy, but her commitment was being tested. Then into their lives breaks the Civil War. Since late 1861 the Texas Rangers have been pushing their way into New Mexico Territory, and a voluntary army from Colorado Territory is formed to defend their gold and their land. This finally takes place at the battle of Glorieta Pass with Amy and Daniel in the middle of it all! A powerful story of promises and commitments that challenge readers with a strong spiritual message.

Starlight Starbright

Author: Greg Matloff
Publisher: Universal-Publishers
ISBN: 1627340807
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The only thing we can be absolutely sure of is our own consciousness. But what is consciousness? Is it a property that is unique to humans or do we share it with other life forms? Or is the philosophical doctrine of panpsychism correct—are stars and the entire Universe conscious in some sense? Early chapters in this book examine the prehistory, mythology, and history of this topic. Arguments are presented from the viewpoints of shamans, philosophers, poets, quantum physicists, and novelists. A simple “toy” model of panpsychism is then presented, in which a universal field of proto-consciousness interacts with molecular bonds via the vacuum fluctuation pressure of the Casimir effect. It is shown how this model is in congruence with an anomaly in stellar motions called "Parenago’s discontinuity." Cool, redder, less massive stars such as the Sun apparently circle the center of the galaxy faster than their hotter, bluer, more massive sisters. This discontinuity occurs at the point in the stellar distribution where molecules begin to appear in stellar spectra. Observations of main sequence stars out to about 260 light years and giant stars out to >1000 light years using the ESA Hipparcos space observatory support the reality and nonlocality of Parenago’s discontinuity. Local, more conventional explanations for this phenomena are not supported by observations of other galaxies and spiral arms of the Milky Way. If position and kinematics data for about 1 billion stars currently being obtained by the new ESA Gaia space observatory demonstrate that Parenago’s discontinuity is a galaxy-wide phenomenon, the hypothesis that anomalistic star motion is due to stellar volition, as described by philosopher/author Olaf Stapledon in his classic novel Star Maker, will be strengthened, as previously discussed by the author in the peer-reviewed journal JBIS. Other observational support for panpsychism is considered as are future observational data that could support or falsify the hypothesis. It is not impossible that panpsychism is emerging from the realm of philosophy as a new subdivision of observational astronomy. Ramifications of this are that simple models of universal proto-consciousness may be subject to inductive tests using current and future space observatories.