Posts Tagged ‘World War 2 Planes’
World War Planes
Today, Norm Goldman, Publisher and Editor of bookpleasures.com is honored to have as our guest, Cuban-born Servando Gonzalez author of Psychological Warfare and the New World Order: The Secret War Against the American People.
Servando received his training as a historian at the University of Havana. He has written books, essays and articles on Latin American history, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics. He has also authored Historia heretica de la revolucion fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro: Deconstructing the Symbol, The Nuclear Deception: Nikita Khruschev and the Cuban Missile Crisis and La madre de todas las conspiraciones: una Read the rest of this entry »
World War 2 Planes
By: Joan Z. Borysenko, PhD
The following excerpt is taken from the book It’s Not The End Of The World: Developing Resilience in Times of Change, by Joan Z. Borysenko, PhD. It is published by Hay House (September 2009) and available at all bookstores or online at: http://www.hayhouse.com.
The Three Secrets of Resilience
I was sitting in a CNN greenroom in front of a plate of stale bagels. A greenroom, in case you’ve never been in one, isn’t green at all—it’s just an ordinary waiting room populated Read the rest of this entry »
Korean War Planes
It seems to be pure coincidence that the recent firefight between North and South Korea came just as Wikileaks released a trove of American diplomatic secrets, but the two events may soon become entwined.
Thanks to Wikileaks, the North Koreans are perfectly aware – if they were not previously – that their supporters in Beijing are growing tired of dealing with fallout from Pyongyang’s provocations, despite China’s reluctance to publicly criticize its protégé. The North also got a look at South Korea’s game plan to use commercial deals to buy Chinese support, or at least acquiescence, Read the rest of this entry »
Ww2 Bomber Planes
On March 1, 1942, a US Navy PBO Ventura sank U-656 off the Canadian coast. For three critical months, the United States had no success against the U-boats, while the East Coast was increasingly unsafe for American ships.
The Germans were winning the battle for production. While new U-boats were being delivered at the rate of thirty each month by June 1942, the Allies lost 173 ships that month alone. Only twenty-one submarines were sunk in the first six months of 1942. The Germans were succeeding in slowly strangling Britain.
The German naval Read the rest of this entry »
‘Bi-Aura’ is the name given to an energy therapy introduced to the UK by Maire Dennhofer in 1995 to distinguish it from other bio-energy therapies. It is a bio-energy based therapy wherein students are trained to locate blockages in a client’s aura, remove them by means of specific hand techniques combined with visualisation and intention and, in so doing, allow new positive energy to flow to these energy deficient areas. The therapy encourages the client to heal his/herself by restoring the flow of balanced energy around the client’s energy field.
When we experience mental, physical or Read the rest of this entry »