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The First Phone Call From Heaven
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A God In Every Stone
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Sum Of Two Wholes Total Siyapaa
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On A Prayer
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The Science Of Happily Ever After
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How To Make Anyone Like You
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Beloved Strangers: A Memoir
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Leaders Eat Last
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The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
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Like It Happened Yesterday
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Follow Every Rainbow
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No link with black magic but its like an Oracle which never goes wrong. Wellalmost never. But no harm in trying your hand at cards. Is there? So go ahead and take a break and discover this art whose origins are shrouded in mystery.
Successful and harmonious living, according to an ancient Chinese saying resides in Feng Shui - 'wind and water'. By simply rerranging your house, garden or workplace, you can affect the universal force called Chi. Learn what to and how to do it here.
Who came first Vaastu or Feng Shui. Is it Indian art or Chinese Science. What's important to us however is that both show us the direction to how to build and what to do to make our dwelling a better place to live in. Vaastu is 4000 years old and here's what it has to teach us.
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If you are tired of people who act sagely over your palm get back to the good old cup of tea. Tasseography is the art of reading tea-leaves, a practice developed by the gypsies in Eastern Europe. It’s not really that difficult and above all, it’s a refreshing change from the run-of –the-mill astrology techniques. Creativity, rather than astrological knowhow is what is required.
There’s a little more to palmistry than intensive sessions during lunch break. The palm, is traditionally recognized as an energy zone, and a good palmist can not only tell your future, but everything about yourself as well.
Witches, wizards, shamans, druids and ancient mystics of the past told the future through powerful symbols called Runes. These Runes were endowed with extreme magical powers and were used to call upon the Gods and predict the future. The Runes are extremely powerful and serve the evil and the good equally. Do not consult them more than once in a day, or else the consequences could be fatal.
In 1517, a little lad of fourteen was sure that the world was round, not flat. It revolves around the sun, he said. A century later, Galileo was executed for heresy for the same discovery. Michel de Nostradame, phenomenally known as Nostradamus has had visions which astound by their sheer power and munificence. Here are a few along with suggested interpretations.