Description : Laiel Brockade is a broodling of Hell, one of the children of the Devil, and a master of black magic. Hearing rumors of the discovery of the scroll of Abaddon, the Destroying Angel, a magical artifact whose purpose is to summon said bringer of the biblical Apocalypse to the earth, Laiel sets out to gain possession of it. He is soon joined by allies such as a gang of ruthless biker outlaws and a vampire, and with enemies arrayed against him at every turn such as witches, cultists, warlocks, and monsters of every stripe, as well as his own siblings, among them the Antichrist, himself. Determined to gain control of the scroll, and increasingly desperate, the various forces involved use every power of magic at their disposal to defeat and destroy one another. Treachery, deception, and murder abound as every villain and monster (un)imaginable arise from behind every shadow and out from under every bed to fight for dominance. As the body count rises, and the destruction mounts to epic proportions, the question becomes: How many battles can be fought, how many must die, and how much of the earth must lie in ruins before we acknowledge that a magical war has begun?
Description : From the characterological struggle that leads to the breakup through the difficult adjustments that come after the marriage is over, this volume examines the emotional process of divorce. Illustrated throughout with evocative case examples, this book explores why marriages fail, the feelings and reactions of both the rejecting and the rejected partners, the psychodynamics of jealousy, the possibility of reconciliation, and the impact of divorce on children.
Description : Provocative manipulation is the unique tool. If you don’t notice the provoker’s behavior in time, you can quickly become a victim of his tricks. Every person has one odd habit that, on the one hand, helps us to survive (being an evolutionary mechanism, after all), and on the other, makes us defenseless against the ‘provokers...’ Any provoker has a purpose, and this use is forcing us to do what he needs. And that's wonderful! Excellent if you have no goals and you are willing to spend your precious life on servicing the other people's interests. Provocative scenarios can be all sorts, different but they all mean one thing – shake the selected victim to make it show emotions, do all the best to switch on the emotional intelligence and disable the left logical hemisphere of the cerebral cortex, to weaken criticality. And we, women, being the loving creatures, are so easy to get caught on this ‘bait’! And not just us... Emotions are a great ‘thing,' important and necessary, but not when your health, peace of mind and precious time are on the chopping block. A provoker causes several unhealthy states. This can be a state of excitement, when a person starts proving something, not noticing anything around him. For example, when you hear the hint that you’re ‘bad.’ But, remember how often parents and society were telling us to be ‘good.’ At the same time, no one gave us this ‘goodness’ criteria. But this is an imprint experience, so it’s so important for us to be ‘good,' to give a good account of ourselves to the society. This is what an experienced manipulator uses so often. When a provoker uses ‘pathos,' it is comparable to humiliation followed by a strong emotional response, and the provoker assigns the required meaning to it. As a rule, then your behavior is interpreted as weakness, helplessness, and worthlessness. And in a state of intense ‘swinging on emotions,' your unconscious mind is ready to ensure that the provoking manipulator has put any suggestion in it – this is where many psychosomatic diseases originate. Would You Like To Know More? This book is Delivered Instantly to Your Reading Device Just Scroll To The Top Of The Page And Select The "Buy Now" Button! Download Your Copy Today! © 2017 All Rights Reserved!
Description : Presenting an original theory on the nature of crimimal law, this text provides an understanding of apparent contradictions and paradoxes within the field.
Description : Publsihed in 1998, this book examines the relationship between responsibility and criminal liability through an analysis of provocation and related criminal defences. It begins by identifying fundamental questions about the role of justifications and excuses in the criminal law as they emerge from the discussion of philosophical theories of responsibility. Following an outline of the distinction between murder and manslaughter and its history, the basic doctrinal issues relating to the nature and rationale of provocation and other partial defences are then identified and discussed in depth, together with the circumstances under which these defences can be raised. Although the analysis focuses, for the most part, on English law, the references to other legal systems which are included in the work add an important comparative perspective to the discussion of the issues. The book should be of special interest to criminal lawyers, legal theorists and students interested in comparative criminal law and jurisprudence.
Description : A recently resourceful book concerning a man who has been in the enforcement industry for over twenty plus years. Over the precedent distinctive twenty years, this inflexible working man has come in contact with countless extraordinary adverse issues, and has noticed that nearly all concerns in the world, are mostly connected to ordinary human procrastination. Ironically, human procrastination in this narrative, unusually when it entails a person's own security is often over, looked by many people in civilization, as most individuals frequently do not understand, correspond, or even distinguish it, which is very conventional to why many people fall victim directly to an assortment of criminal opportunists. This book, through the author's entire experiences and familiarity, details countless commonplace situations, mythology, and influential theories that would support several people of all ages, to later recognize how even being a common procrastinator can cause anybody to be a general victim of another.