Forgotten Secrets of the Culver City Westside Barbell Club Revealed

Featuring the Entire Original Westside Barbell Crew, the Wild Bunch of West Virginia and the Men Who Trained with Them

Author: Dave Yarnell

Publisher: Dave Yarnell

ISBN: 1466291095

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 408

View: 3124

The secrets of the most influential group of strength trainers of the 20th century are unveiled. The book is jam-packed with pictures, actual training programs and awesome stories about the original, Culver City Westside Barbell club, the Wild Bunch of West Virginia and the men that trained with them. This is a must-read for every serious strength athlete and a real treat for fans of Old School, Hard-Core strength training!!

The Forgotten Secret

Author: Linda Demeulemeester

Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co

ISBN: 1772031011

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 5514

“The Grim Hill series gets another satisfying go-round with this fantasy/mystery romp...Another appealing mix of realism, whimsy, and legend.”—Booklist The third installment of the Grim Hill series unfolds during the season of romance, when an easterly fairy wind blows through town. For months, Cat Peters has been wishing to live the normal life of a thirteen-year-old, and finally things seem to be going her way. She has once again helped her town escape the evil clutches of Fairy, and now she can’t wait to turn her attention from magic to the upcoming dance. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Cat’s friends, her sister, and even her soccer coaches have all been preoccupied with thoughts of love. But in this creepy town, even Valentine hearts, charming decorations, and high school dances have a sinister side.

Forgotten Secrets

Author: Beverley Boissery, PH.D.

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781928112112


Page: 264

View: 8757

Should we feel shamed by what our ancestors did? Are we doing anything that will make our descendants feel ashamed? While researching World War II for a school project, Jenn, Jo and Jas find secrets in each other's past that bind them together. Why weren't the Nazis prosecuted for the murder of more than forty Royal Winnipeg soldiers, including Jo's great-grandfather? Why won't Jaslyn's mom tell her anything about her father's side of the family? Jenn, though, discovers a lot more than she wants to know about her great-great grandfather. Those discoveries force her to ask herself hard questions making her wonder if forgotten secrets should stay forgotten.

From Cancer to Wellness

The Forgotten Secrets

Author: Kristine S. Matheson

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 1452543798

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 208

View: 1169

The ultimate guide to surviving cancer, this handbook is packed with information about diet, supplements, attitudes, the best personal-care products to use, and why. This book has done the hard work for you. It is positive and holistic, and explains the importance of nurturing the whole body, mind, and soul back into wellness. Contains: a step-by-step twenty-eight-day simple self-help nutritional program, over fifty tasty, easy recipes, and important lifestyle guidelines. Kristine Matheson is one of the most positive and courageous women I have ever known. Diagnosed with a stage-four terminal melanoma in 2005, she refused conventional therapy. She gathered all the information available on natural health and nutrition and then designed her own path to wellness. Her victory has become an inspiration to thousands of cancer sufferers around the world through her enthusiastic public seminars and her motivating book. Many people, when faced with a crisis similar to Kristine's 2005 death sentence give up, break down, or retreat into themselves. Kristine did none of these. She courageously challenged herself to learn more about health and then share her knowledge with the world. She has helped many discouraged victims move forward and take control of their own health, then triumph without the use of drugs or radiation. Her book contains a wealth of information which details her experiences and research during her personal journey to health. Gary Martin, ND

Forgotten Secrets

Author: Robin Perini

Publisher: Montlake Romance

ISBN: 9781611098891


Page: 346

View: 8888

At age ten, Riley Lambert watched helplessly as her sister was abducted from her bedroom. Fifteen years later, she s channeled the pain of her past into a career as an FBI profiler. Riley devotes her life to bringing violent criminals to justice and secretly uses government resources to search for her sister, who was never found. When Riley gets a call from the only man who s ever swept her off her feet with a killer two-step and dangerous smile ex-Navy SEAL Thayne Blackwood of Singing River, Wyoming it stirs up dark memories. Thayne s sister, Cheyenne, has been kidnapped. There are no leads, and the only witness is the victim s Alzheimer s-afflicted grandmother. Desperate to find Cheyenne, Thayne needs Riley s expertise. With time running short, they delve into dangerous small-town secrets while fighting against an increasingly ruthless adversary. But when her past and his present collide in a shocking revelation, can they overcome the secrets that have kept them apart?"

The Compendium of Forgotten Secrets


Author: William Hudson King

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780692154847

Category: Art

Page: 190

View: 2650

The official hardcover release of one of the most popular 5th Edition Tabletop RPG supplements of all time, the Compendium of Forgotten Secrets: Awakening features hundreds of new options for players and game masters alike! 50 Full-Color Illustrations, 34 Player Subclasses, Over 100 new spells, feats, and invocations, Top Rated by Popular Vote

Phyllis Wong and the Forgotten Secrets of Mr Okyto

Author: Geoffrey McSkimming

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1742695027

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 288

View: 9550

A junior Jonathan Creek-style mystery in which the clever and resourceful young magician, Phyllis Wong, helps solve numerous crimes including the thefts of a missing diamond necklace and the most valuable painting ever to come to the city.

Lost Lands, Forgotten Realms

Sunken Continents, Vanished Cities, and the Kingdoms That History Misplaced: Easyread Large Edition

Author: Bob Curran


ISBN: 1442967587

Category: Fiction

Page: 412

View: 7802

DISCOVER THE SECRET PLACES THAT TIME FORGOT ''Dr. Bob Curran has given us a comprehensive encyclopedia of fantastic places straddling the nebulous borderlands between fact and fantasy.'' --Frank Joseph, author of Opening the Ark of the Covenant..... ''learned and erudite, yet written in an accessible and exceptionally read-able style, this book is invaluable for those interested in the mysteries of vanished civilizations.'' --Brian Haughton, author of Hidden History..... There are places that turn up in literature or in film--mystical and legendary places whose names may be familiar, but about which we know little. We nod knowingly at the reference, but are often left wondering about places such as Atlantis, the lost land overwhelmed by the sea, or El Dorado, the fabulous city that vanished somewhere in the South American jungles. Other names are more evocative--the Garden of Eden, the mystic Isle of Avalon, and Davy Jones's Locker. But did such places actually exist and, if so, where were they, and what really happened? What are the traditions and legends associated with them? In this fascinating book, historian Dr. Bob Curran sets or to find the answers by journeying to the far-flung corners of the world and to the outer reaches of human imagination. Inside you will: Climb the high mountains in search of the mythical Shangri-La. Navigate the deep swamps and jungles in a quest for the Seven Cities of Gold. Travel to the depths of the dark oceans to look for sunken lands such as Lemuria and Lyonesse. Experience unspeakable danger in a realm rarely visited by men--the subterranean lair of Judaculla. Uncover the secrets of Heliopolis, Yggradsil, Hy-Brasil, the Kingdom of Prester John, and the Hollow Hills. Filled with lavish illustrations by acclaimed artist Ian Daniels, Lost Lands, Forgotten Realms takes you on a wonderful and sometimes terrifying journey combining mythological and legendary tales with historical fact. Psychologist and historian Dr. Bob Curran has traveled the world in the study of mythology and folklore, which he has also extensively written and lectured about. He is the author of Vampires, encyclopedia of the Undead, Celtic Lore and Legend, and Walking With the Green Man. He lives in Northern Ireland with his wife and family. Ian Daniels has illustrated book covers for Marion Zimmer Bradley, Orson Scott Card, and Poul Anderson. His illustration projects include Vampires, Encyclopedia of the Undead, Dragonlore, and Gargoyles.

The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo

A Child, an Elder, and the Light from an Ancient Sky

Author: Kent Nerburn

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 1608680177

Category: Social Science

Page: 408

View: 9536

A haunting dream that will not relent pulls author Kent Nerburn back into the hidden world of Native America, where dreams have meaning, animals are teachers, and the “old ones” still have powers beyond our understanding. In this moving narrative, we travel through the lands of the Lakota and the Ojibwe, where we encounter a strange little girl with an unnerving connection to the past, a forgotten asylum that history has tried to hide, and the complex, unforgettable characters we have come to know from Neither Wolf nor Dog and The Wolf at Twilight. Part history, part mystery, part spiritual journey and teaching story, The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo is filled with the profound insight into humanity and Native American culture we have come to expect from Nerburn’s journeys. As the American Indian College Fund has stated, once you have encountered Nerburn’s stirring evocations of America’s high plains and incisive insights into the human heart, “you can never look at the world, or at people, the same way again.”

Forgotten Secrets of Natural Conception

How your Mind Affects your Fertility

Author: Martina Pangrazzi

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 1781661774

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 109

View: 7576

The aim of Forgotten Secrets of Natural Conception is to help women who are having trouble conceiving a child. Though analysis of true stories of conception, including her own, Pangrazzi takes the reader on a journey to show them how their mind affects their ability to conceive as well as the connection we all have with the universe. The book explores the fact that infertility appears to be on the rise, regardless of the scientific knowledge and information available about conception. By helping the reader to recognize the signs of fertility that our own bodies give us every month, rather than relying on expensive kits, this book aims to remind women that they are a part of their own body and to listen to their inner voices. By explaining how the subconscious mind works and how to dissolve inner blocks, Martina teaches the reader how to accept help and be more positive. Through various simple mental exercises she reveals how to replace damaging, detrimental thoughts (such as “I will never be able to have a baby”) with a more harmonious state of mind. The book also explores the concept that pregnancy is a highly spiritual matter, and that the whole universe is involved in creating each life. By understanding that like attracts like, readers are shown how to resolve the pressure and desperate longing for a baby. In addition to relaxation methods and positive affirmations presented throughout the chapters, Martina also discusses different natural healing methods that help with fertility and giving the reader a better understanding of what’s available out there—and “in” there—to help with conception concerns.

Chemical Warfare Secrets Almost Forgotten

Author: James S Ketchum M D,James S. Ketchum

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1477275894

Category: Chemical warfare

Page: 376

View: 5530

Chemical warfare watchers, from scientists to policy advocates, often wonder what went on at the Army Chemical Center during the 1960s. It was a decade in which thousands of Army enlisted men served as volunteers for the secret testing of chemical agents. The actual historical record, however, has until now remained disturbingly incomplete. What chemicals was the Army studying? Why was the program never fully documented in books available to the public? Who planned and carried out the tests, and what was their purpose? How, and by whom, were the volunteers recruited? How adequately were they instructed before giving their informed consent? What long range effects, if any, have been found in follow-up studies? Written by the physician who played a pivotal role in psychoactive drug testing of hundreds of volunteers, the story breaks an official silence that has lasted almost fifty years. Dr. James Ketchum may be the only scientist still equal to the task. His book goes a long way toward revealing the contents of once classified documents that still reside in restricted archives. The author spent most of a decade testing over a dozen potential incapacitating agents including LSD, BZ and marijuana derivatives. His 380-page narrative, loaded with both old and recent photographs, derives from technical reports, memoranda, films, notes and memories. Written primarily for the general reader, but supplemented by a voluminous appendix of graphs and tables for the technically inclined, Dr. Ketchum's book combines a subjective diary with an objective report of the external events that shaped and eventually terminated the program. Informal and autobiographical in style, it includes numerous amusing anecdotes and personality portraits that make it simultaneously intriguing and informative.

Science and the Secrets of Nature

Books of Secrets in Medieval and Early Modern Culture

Author: William Eamon

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691026022

Category: Science

Page: 490

View: 6703

By explaining how to sire multicolored horses, produce nuts without shells, and create an egg the size of a human head, Giambattista Della Porta's Natural Magic (1559) conveys a fascination with tricks and illusions that makes it a work difficult for historians of science to take seriously. Yet, according to William Eamon, it is in the "how-to" books written by medieval alchemists, magicians, and artisans that modern science has its roots. These compilations of recipes on everything from parlor tricks through medical remedies to wool-dyeing fascinated medieval intellectuals because they promised access to esoteric "secrets of nature." To popular readers of the early modern era, they offered a hands-on, experimental approach to nature that made scholastic natural philosophy seem abstract and sterile. In closely examining this rich but little-known source of literature, Eamon reveals that printing technology and popular culture had as great, if not stronger, an impact on early modern science as did the traditional academic disciplines. Medieval interest in the secrets of nature was spurred in part by ancient works such as Pliny's Natural History. As medieval experimenters adapted ancient knowledge to their changing needs, they created their own books of secrets, which expressed the uncritical, empiricist approach of popular culture rather than the subtle argumentation of scholastic science. The crude experimental methodology advanced by the "professors of secrets" became for the "new philosophers" of the seventeenth century a potent ideological weapon in the challenge of natural philosophy.


Author: James N. Schloner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483680762

Category: Religion

Page: 198

View: 2401

Seven secrets reveals the deepest secrets of the Bible. The Ancients knew the power of God’s names and how God’s names are edited into the deep Torah text. On this subtle secret level, God lives in the book. Seven reveals this ancient teaching for the first time. These Seven Secrets awaken God in the text and enlivens God’s presence in our lives. Access these secrets and connect directly with God’s presence now. Make the connection now! Journey into the depth of the Torah. Discover the Secret Life of God.

Bryson City Secrets

Author: Walt Larimore, MD

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 0310861233

Category: Religion

Page: 288

View: 5376

More enchanting tales of the people and events that shaped a young doctor’s life and faith during his early practice in the Smoky Mountains . . .There are places in Bryson City where the smell of home cooking is a little too tempting for an empty stomach. Don’t, for instance, pass the Fryemont Inn when the windows are open—not unless you plan to come inside and enjoy fresh-baked rolls, gourmet cooking, and an owner who is as warm and inviting as the food. She’s just one of the friendly faces you’ll meet in Bryson City Secrets. Told with winsome humor and deep affection, Bryson City Secrets is a story-lover’s delight, continuing Dr. Walt Larimore’s reminiscences of his early years of country medical practice. So, pull up a chair and feast on this rich fare of Smoky Mountain personalities, highland wisdom, and all the tears, laughter, tenderness, faith, courage, and misadventures of small-town life.