Through the centuries, there has been a wide variety of answers regarding the validity and veracity of speaking, praying, and singing in tongues, and its place within the life of the Christian and the Church.
I want to know your secret. Her degrees include an MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop and she has studied the methods of social engineering through manipulation of mass beliefs which she blogs about social engineering at Agents of the Nevermind. One boom was so loud Nancy clasped her pale, slender hands over her ears.
Tuning things out was her superpower. Oh yes, the weekend.
It was Friday already. Been studying ever since.
More like a fashion model. But Tantra does just that. No one but her uncle Geoff would hire Nancy, considering her habit of snapping out of amnesiac fugues, wondering where she got her bruises and the scent of men's cologne.
When she sees a crime of poison in progress at his company, D-CIDE, she chases the truck carrying away the chemical legally deemed too toxic to use or to dump. Her pursuit leads to a convoluted world of political intrigue, esoteric rituals, an arcane Elizabethan spy code, and assassinations she never imagined — though her imagination is what holds that world together.
This conspiracy novel introduces a young woman with an ambiguous past involving herself in a killer organization with one layer after another of her psyche. Through a fictionalized intelligence agency, the books in this series dramatize the shady side of covert experiments, creating destabilizing coups for profit, media theater, psychological warfare, and illicit methods of funding dark ops.
The Agents of the Nevermind series dares to explore the edgiest controversies and the convoluted lives intelligence agents must endure as they create bizarre delusions for the world in order to hide the truth about their nation's financial foundation.
While films and television series attempt to push borders of belief with the help of CGI, Tantra accomplishes this goal better with just words. She is extraordinarily fascinating.
Highly recommended for thinking readers. The imagery that Bensko creates is both visual and bizarre. The only way I can think of to explain it is — imagine staring at a Salvador Dali painting whilst on speed because the pace of the novel is almost neck breaking. She is being used as a pawn by a group called the Neverminds, who are basically running a mind control programme.
Nancy has been split into compartments by the Neverminds so that she is three different personalities. They accomplished this by traumatising her as a young child and then keeping her medicated. The novel works on the premise that the world is controlled by an alliance of the US government, church and big business, who use mind control to ensure that the world is run as they see fit.
The glossolalia of the title is a language used by the powers that be to create a hypnotic effect. Hence once they hypnotise someone they use the secret language to control their behaviour.Women Writing Brazil is the second issue of Glossolalia, PEN America's translation journal.
The all-female lineup was inspired by, and a response to, machismo comments made by male Brazilian writers at the Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty (FLIP Festival) that “there are no great female writers in Brazil.”. Glossolalia: Glossolalia, utterances approximating words and speech, usually produced during states of intense religious experience.
Speakers and witnesses may interpret the phenomenon as possession by a supernatural entity, conversation with divine beings, or the channeling of a divine proclamation. Glossolalia or speaking in tongues is a phenomenon in which people appear to speak in languages unknown to them.
One definition used by linguists is the fluid vocalizing of speech-like syllables that lack any readily comprehended meaning, in some cases as part of religious practice in which it is believed to be a divine language unknown to the.
Ordered GLOSSOLALIA not knowing it's a novel. Thought it was, rather, a book of TIPS on writing "psychological suspense" (ha!).. but the fact is, the book is a sort of, eh, endlessly suggestive *tool box* for any writer interested in handling non-traditional material/5(79).
Ordered GLOSSOLALIA not knowing it's a novel. Thought it was, rather, a book of TIPS on writing "psychological suspense" (ha!).. but the fact is, the book is a sort of, eh, endlessly suggestive *tool box* for any writer interested /5(79).
Jun 28, · Ordered GLOSSOLALIA not knowing it's a novel. Thought it was, rather, a book of TIPS on writing "psychological suspense" (ha!).. but the fact is, the book is a sort of, eh, endlessly suggestive *tool box* for any writer interested in 5/5.