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Electronic Voice Phenomena and Spirit Communication – Is EVP Real? (07 Jan 2006)

There is a movie that came out this year called White Noise. I haven't seen it yet, but it's premise is an interesting one. Apparently the film is about EVP or electronic voice phenomena.

Have you ever heard the humming of some kind of machi...

Ellis Island [Part Three: From the Baltic] (09 Dec 2005)

Ellis Island
[Part Three: From the Baltic]

Slowly the ship unplowed the waters to New York City's harbor, whereupon, the youthful stubborn Russian lad, saw for the first time the famous, Statue of Liberty, and nearby Ellis Island was a...

Emerald is Mays Birthstone (10 Feb 2006)

If you're still young enough to remember your birthday, you probably also remember the special birthstone assigned to it. But at your age, we bet you don't really know the SIGNIFICANCE of your birthstone and what power the ancients felt would be ...

Emma Watson - A Magic All Her Own (30 Mar 2006)

Had J.K. Rowling not put pen to paper and created her unfathomably famous series of children's books, "Harry Potter", the world may have had to wait a lot longer for the likes of British actress Emma Watson to triumphantly emerge.

In a somew...

Enigma of - The Da Vinci Code (07 Dec 2005)

Dan Brown has emerged as a master of exhilarating thriller tales. Several doctorates, fascinating historical excerpts and learned speculation formed the foundation of his book "THE DA VINCI CODE".

Leonardo Da Vinci was million lightyears ah...

Enjoy Driving with Audio Books (19 Feb 2006)

Did you know that A trucker working to the legal limit in the U.S. can rack up to 3,432 driving hours a year—nearly 10 times that of the average New York commuter or enough to listen to the unabridged audio book version of Bill Clinton's My Life 7...

Ever Heard of a Quagga? (08 Mar 2006)

Thetans did it!

There can be no question. These poor animals where hunted to extinction by Thetan crazed European settlers.

Beware the Dreaded Theet O Vac!

If only they had the Theet O Vac and Theet O Meter. These beautiful anima...

Everyone Watches TV (02 May 2006)

DLP: Digital Light Processing. the semiconductor that changed everything At the heart of DLP™ technology is the Digital Micromirror Device, (DMD), a semiconductor-based "light switch" array of thousands of individually addressable, tiltable, mirro...

Experience A Drive-In Theatre Near You! (10 Mar 2006)

Experience A Drive In Theatre Near You!

The magic of the Drive In theatres can still be experienced today.

There are more than 400 Drive In theatres across the United States still in operation, newly built or reopened. The first...

Experience Of Commissioning A Portrait (13 Feb 2006)

Every one of us has dozens of photographs that we see only on rare occasions whenever we feel like reminiscing. Some of them are the ones that really cherish the moments, which always stays fresh as memories. But to make it more memorable, imagine...

Expressing Profound Ideas and Feelings (06 Jan 2006)

The inadequacy of words becomes most apparent when the writer tries to express ideas and feelings that are deep and thoughtful, that touch the most intense human emotions and profound values.

At the time, words to express exactly what the au...

Facing East [Chapter #3] (13 May 2006)

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The Guest House

The guesthouse always looked alive, or maybe it was me as I approached it. I read the name as always, over the doorway, the heart of the inn: 'The Lions Den,' den—I liked the tone to that, I liked that word, back home...

Facing East [Chapter Four: Rolandes Quest] (23 Mar 2006)

4 Rolande's Quest

The music was getting louder, and the upper part of the guesthouse which was open to the public now, was being filled up with GI's and Germans, some hanging their hands and torsos over the railing looking down below, lookin...

Falling Apart, a Message to Kate Moss (04 Oct 2005)

Supermodel Kate Moss, career has fallen apart, in the last week, after we saw pictures of her apparently taking enormous amounts of cocaine. She has already lost lucrative contracts with H&M;, Burberry and Chanel; a multi-million dollar contract wi...

Family Paintings (13 Dec 2005)

Do you like to paint? I do, but I'm terrible at it. Well, that's my opinion. My mother always likes my paintings, but that's what mothers are for. My grandmother only painted walls and furniture, as far as I know, but she was always painting one r...

Fan Fair Is It fair or Not? (21 Apr 2006)

Just by the title of this article, I feel like Andy Rooney from 60 minutes. I grew up watching him with my Grandma, although he looks just the same as he did when I was 3. So last night, when I turned the on the TV and he was there, I thought I ...

Fantasy and the Sense of Wonder (26 Feb 2006)

Eras come and go, and fantasy tales continue to be spun. New authors continue from the horizons where others have retired; it reminds me of the passing of a torch. Sometimes its been a raging firebrand and at other times a barely-smoking wick.

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Fatal Accident (1) (09 Dec 2005)

The night was so dark that Ann could not see her palm, yet she walked on. It had rained a deluge that afternoon and the aftermath of the torrent was devastating. Besides some houses it damaged, most of the streets were filled with muddy water. Eve...

Fatal Accident (2) (08 Jan 2006)

The Quartz grandfather wall clock chimed 10 o'clock as sergeant Ken walked to his desk from the toilet. Ken was thirty-two years old, married with two kids. He was short and thickset; he had big eyes, broad nose and an equally wide mouth. He looke...

Fatal Accident (3) (01 Sep 2005)

Mick poured himself a shot of whiskey, his hands trembled and he could not help spilling a large quantity of whiskey on his rug carpet. He walked on shaky legs with the shot of whiskey in his hand to the table were the pictures lay, keeping his ey...

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