America's favorite doll, Barbie, comes alive in a series of fast-moving, madcap adventures that will have boys and girls alike begging for mer. Join her and her friends and let the fun begin!
The fifth book in the exciting AMP series! The Grid has come to rest in a new sector. New hostiles emerge, once again setting the Human existence in jeopardy. A peek is given of the origin of the Human race. Follow along with the action as the follies of Don Grange and his Gray Ghoul fighters continues!
Writing together with Timothy Wyllie, the angel Georgia details the events of Earth’s ancient history from 16,500 BC to 8,000 BC • Chronicles the disappearance of Lemuria, the rise of Atlantean technology and piracy, and the first wave of rebel angels incarnating as Atlantean slaves • Explains the 3 eras of Atlantis and how the island was finally destroyed in 1198 BC • Interwoven throughout with observations about Timothy Wyllie’s current and previous lives, such as his years of involvement with the Process Church After 200 millennia of celestial quarantine in the wake of Lucifer’s angelic revolt, Earth and the rebel angels isolated here are being welcomed back into the benevolent and caring Multiverse. Writing together with Timothy Wyllie, Georgia--a rebel angel who took on the role of Watcher after the rebellion--provides her personal account of Earth from 16,500 BC to 8,000 BC, a period that encompasses the first two eras of Atlantis. Georgia shares her experiences being present for the final disappearance of Lemuria and the loss of their spiritual system. She describes advanced Lemurian technology that was designed for the betterment of the Earth and its people, and was then lost, and the aggressive piracy of the Atlanteans, who preyed on the Lemurian survivors. Detailing the three eras of Atlantis and how the island’s final destruction was in 1198 BC, she explains the rise of Atlantis as a technological power.
She reveals the quarrels between the Pleiadians and the Sirians during this period and explores the myths of the Anunnaki, reputed to have arrived on Earth to mine for gold. Georgia interweaves her story with observations about Timothy Wyllie’s current and previous lives, focusing here on his involvement with the Process Church as well as his experiences with bizarrely orchestrated orgies, psychometrics, and psychedelic culture in Europe in the 1970s. Georgia shares her words, in part, to awaken some of the more than 100 million rebel angels currently living their human lives, most unaware of their angelic heritage and struggling with their sense of being different. She reveals how a mortal incarnation for a rebel angel is an opportunity to redeem the past and help prepare the way for the transformation of global consciousness now beginning as the rebel-held planets, including Earth, are being welcomed back into the Multiverse.
*Includes pictures *Includes contemporary accounts of the Nigerian civil war *Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “[A] cardinal principle of British colonial policy [is] that the interests of a large native population shall not be subject to the will… of a small minority of educated and Europeanized natives.” – Lord Frederick Lugard Nigeria was the creation of a British businessman by the name of Sir George Taubman Goldie. The gifted son of a substantial Manx military officer and politician, Goldie was educated at the prestigious Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, after which he served briefly in the army before embarking on a journey of adventure to West Africa. The year was 1877, and the West African coast was sub-divided into the spheres of influence of various European trading concerns, and while some exploration of the interior had taken place, the European rush to claim the region had yet to begin in earnest. Nigeria was an unpopular destination for European settlement, thanks to its punishing climate and proliferation of tropical disease, so it saw very little direct European influence. Europeans were posted to Nigeria or sought employment purely to satisfy the needs of administration, and, of course, the various Christian missionary organizations were led largely by whites. Christian missions, incidentally, succeeded spectacularly in the spreading of Christianity across the animist south, but they made absolutely no inroads in the Muslim north. Nigeria was among the first African colonies to be groomed for independence, and upon its success as a free nation, Britain staked a great deal. The process was lengthy, bearing in mind both the intricate ethnic tapestry of the region and the relatively complex systems of government, involving a number of different permutations in the 15 years between the end of World War II and 1960, when independence was finally granted. During this period, the realization began to dawn that the original 1914 amalgamation of the northern and southern protectorates of Nigeria might have been a strategic blunder, inasmuch as an attempt had been made to forge a single territory out of two radically different and mutually antagonistic blocs. It was, of course, too late by then to try and alter the political map of Nigeria, but perhaps the creation of two territories, rather than one, would have ultimately served the region better. On October 1, 1960, the new nation of Nigeria took its place on the world stage, and it was welcomed into the United Nations and the British Commonwealth. Riding a wave of official optimism, with its deep ethnic fissures for the time being hidden, Nigeria was hailed as a signature success in British decolonization. It would soon prove to be anything but a success. Biafra: The History and Legacy of the Secessionist Republic of Biafra during the Nigerian Civil War chronicles the story of Nigeria, its civil war, and the controversial secession of Biafra. Along with pictures and a bibliography, you will learn about Biafra like never before.
A timely collection of prayers and spiritual thoughts with original artwork by Jody Uttal.
Seth McFadden would love to ditch his life as a rock star and return to his hometown and girl he left behind. When a wicked winter storm fulfills his desire, Seth learns the true meaning of be careful what you wish for. Injured and blind, Seth loses his psychic powers. Finding out Tess, his high school love, is his nurse is even more of a shock as he learns to adjust to his new life. Tess Parker has never been psychic, save for her connection to Seth. Now after his return, she's having strange nightmares and visions about the hospital's 'Angel of Death' killer. Seth broke her heart once and she's fearful he'll do it again, yet she can't walk away knowing he's the only one who can explain what's happening to her. When the killer learns that Tess knows the truth, the price for justice may very well be her life.
Same book new look! Introduction "Hell no! Don't even ASK me anything like that!", "I don't go down on men, only sluts do that", "You want me to do what? And swallow what?", "I've NEVER done that, I Swear!" These are just a few of the phrases used by women who refuse to give their man a blow job.
They are convinced that the entire male genital area is gross and therefore must be avoided at all cost when it comes to anything oral. Sadly enough these same women demand that a man not only go down on them but to give multiple comatose orgasms all while swallowing up every bit of the juices they excrete. There are also the women who fall in the opposite of this category. They won't even let a man's face even come near their nether regions for fear that he will ask that the favor be returned, as he rightly should. And so they have given up that part of sex altogether. I'm here to tell you girl, you are missing out! Then there are the ones who can suck the skin off of a dick but refuse to admit it to anyone. They even have the nerve to put down other women who talk about their own personal experiences on the subject. And let's not forget the lady who WILL actually go down on her man but she also secretly hates doing it. The only reason she does it is because he wants it. He usually has to ask for it,or should I say beg for it.
And this usually results in her bobbing her head up and down like a robot on his member and forgetting every other part of his body. The end result is not a pleasurable experience for either party. Besides getting 50 of the hottest blow job tips that are guaranteed to press every button on your man's body; this series of The Love Den Diaries Volume 2 we will cover issues such as: Why some women are experts at the "craft," "superheads" if you will, and some are rank amateurs.
Getting a better understanding as to why to women even in this day and age still view giving head to a man as taboo. The chapter for the men "Getting Your Girl To Go Down" - find out what YOU could be doing fellas to discourage your lady from giving you head Tips for the beginners as well as some advanced moves for the seasoned veterans that will have his body exploding with pleasure.
How to "mentally" and "physically" prepare to do the deed. The "swallowing" double standard. Exploring the possibility of giving a man oral sex that's gratifying for BOTH parties. As well as picking up on cues and body language that let you know you're definitely hitting his "hot spot." Learning how to effectively communicate with your partner to create a bond that will last long beyond the bedroom. So with that being said ladies, I humbly ask you to loosen your jaws and your minds. And prepare to "blow" his socks off! Midnite Love 15,441 Words GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH! DON'T BE FOOLED BY "PAMPHLETS" ON THE SUBJECT Sample Tip: 6.Get Me Bodied!: Rub his dick on your body.
Nothing turns a man on more than feeling a nice pair of tits wrapped around his boner. If your guy is into titty fucking you can lie on your back and give him both the pleasure of sucking him off while he slides his penis between your breast. If he's into feet you could start by teasing him with your toes stroking his shaft. You can also assume the girl on top position and use tip of his dick to caress the insides of your thighs, finally letting it touch Miss Kitty.