A Tale of the Ragged Mountains, published in 1844, is a short story partially based on Edgar Allan Poe's experiences while a student at the University of Virginia. Set near Charlottesville, it is the only one of his stories to take place in Virginia. "A Tale of the Ragged Mountains" highlights scientific theories of Poe's day, engages with British imperial history, and forecasts contemporary interest in psychoactive drugs, the transmigration of the soul, and the dynamics of the doctor-patient relationship. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Patrick Lawlor. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/live/000382/bk_live_000382_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Girl with a Thousand Eyes takes the YA listener, bordering on the verge of adulthood, through a poignant journey of life’s unexpected, spirit-lifting triumphs and trials of personal transformation. From New York City club life and LGBTQ love poems to existential reflections on transmigration, Ji Strangeway’s poetic verses reveal a heartfelt narrative of self-discovery. Alliterative lines, bold stanzas, and lulling metaphors awaken the dreaming psyche with promise and lead us poem by poem, toward the heart of the divine. Strangeway invites you to lose the notion of all things transitory and trivial, to discover what really matters in this life: unseen beauties that keep the golden flame in our souls kindled. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ji Strangeway. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/197064/bk_acx0_197064_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Metempsychosis, the supposed transmigration and death of the soul of a human being or animal into a new body of the same or a different species is the key to this short story by Edgar Allen Poe, narrated by award-winning narrator Mike Vendetti. "Metzegerstein", the title of this short story by Edgar Allen Poe, is the name family name of a family that has carried on a long standing feud with the Berlifitzing family bitter rivals somewhere in Eastern Europe. When the patriarch of the Berlifitzing family dies in a fire that destroys the castle and stables. A mighty steed appears to escape the conflagration and become the property of the young Baron Metzegerstein, and now back to the Metempsychosis suspicion. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Vendetti. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/mike/001168/bk_mike_001168_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book is dedicated to all living beings who expect to die sometime and to all of the dead people who ever lived who may still be living somewhere, sometime, somehow. This book is also dedicated to all of the people who are living that may need some ideas about what to do with themselves after they die. And to all the people who will soon be living by virtue of one or more of the following circumstances: birth, rebirth, resurrection, reincarnation, transconfiguration, cryogenic resuscitation, invasion of alien beings, angels falling out of grace, an act of one or more gods, transformation or transmigration, arrival from a different time/space/universe/plane of existence. If you have a faith, belief system, philosophical paradigm, or superstition to protect or defend regarding the subjects of life, death, afterlife, existence, spirits or god(s) that is your problem and I will leave you to it. Whoever you are, were, or will be, I trust that you will enjoy the "Rest of Eternity". 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kendra Hoffman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004291/bk_acx0_004291_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A doctor’s religious doubt is shaken by a transplant patient’s eerie knowledge of his organ donor’s most intimate secret.Doctors tend to the needs of their patients, but patients give meaning to the lives of their doctors. So it is for Cullen Brodie, a twice-divorced California nephrologist, and Ennis Willoughby, a troubled cross-dresser whose life is saved by a rare heart-and-kidney transplant. Cullen’s bitter disbelief in the afterlife is tested when Ennis begins to exhibit tastes and characteristics uncannily similar to those of his female organ donor - whose first name Ennis inexplicably knows. When Ennis becomes convinced that the donor’s soul has inhabited him, Cullen sides with Ennis’s psychiatrist, who tells Ennis he has subconsciously confused his emerging transgender personality with the imagined characteristics of his female donor. While his psychiatrist coaxes forth Ennis’s female side, Cullen is summoned to the South Pacific by an old lover for a reckoning of their past. On the island paradise of Rarotonga, he is forced to confront the heartrending truth about a tragedy that destroyed their college romance - a tragedy Cullen blames on religious zealotry.Filled with resentment over what he has learned, Cullen returns to Southern California determined to shatter Ennis’s delusion of ensoulment. But Ennis’s eerie knowledge of his donor’s greatest secret forces Cullen to consider the unimaginable: Is it possible he is witness to a verifiable incident of transmigration, tangible proof of a human soul? Or is he witness instead to the miracle of being transgender? Male and female at once, the glory of one and the glory of the other, both shining - like a parrotfish, another miracle of nature, changing gender apace, beside its glorious, ever-changing hue. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Byron Taylor. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/133351/bk_acx0_133351_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Wicca is one of the most popular neo-pagan religion, which emphasizes on the peaceful relationship between the humans and nature. It is a religion that professes equality between men and women and emphasizes on a healthy coexisting relationship between humans and nature. Apart from this, the Wiccan philosophy is also largely based on magic and spell-casting. The Wicca religion also emphasizes and encourages on the transmigration of souls. There are many different interpretations of the Wiccan religious texts, but the general viewpoint is that the reincarnation of a soul is one of the pillars of the Wiccan way. One of the most common Wiccan theory is that when a person dies, their soul will temporarily reside in what they call "the land eternal summer", where they will prepare and wait for their next incarnation. This is the main difference between Wicca and other traditional Abrahamic religions.Wiccans do not seek to fulfill their religious goals just to simply attain a sure place in a heavenly kingdom or paradise. One of the main ethical laws of the Wiccan philosophy professes the following: do whatever you want upon Earth as long as it does not harm others. This saves the religion from the problematic gap between the transcendent and the real worlds that other Abrahamic and Dharmic religions usually have. Based on all these interesting concepts and theories, Wicca is a religion that greatly fascinates scientists and professors who are given the enjoyable task of researching on the development of various kinds of religions.Wicca is a neo-pagan religion that is heavily associated with magic and the Book of Shadows. Among the many things that fascinates people into studying about this religion is its philosophy of promoting equality between men and women and a harmonious relationship between humans and god. The presence of magic only adds to the fascination, as magic is one of the many things in life that still holds unraveled myster 1. Language: English. Narrator: Clare Radix. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/189592/bk_acx0_189592_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The transmigration program (Indonesian: Transmigrasi) was an initiative of the Indonesian government to move landless people from densely populated areas of Indonesia to less populous areas of the country. This involved moving people permanently from the island of Java, but also to a lesser extent from Bali and Madura, to less densely populated areas including Papua, Kalimantan, Sumatra, and Sulawesi. The stated purpose of this program was to reduce the considerable poverty and overpopulation on Java, to provide opportunities for hard-working poor people, and to provide a workforce to better utilize the natural resources of the outer islands. The program, however, has been controversial with critics accusing the Indonesian government of trying to use these migrants to reduce the proportion of native populations in receiving areas, thus weakening separatist movements.
Limitations in the actual experimental techniques heavily depend on day to day advancement of theoretical paradigms as well as the philosophical concepts. Historically, they seem consequential, as opposed to the granted priority for targeted protocols. Recent development in Molecular biology is derived from common understanding towards frontier research efforts. Nevertheless, pre-tolerated cells by the immune system, together with those MSCs that circumvented RES (reticuloendothelial system) are prone to transmigration. The conclusive explanation for it remains elusive. Translucent efforts to characterize the cell had fostered appealing sorting measures of clinical relevance in evidence-based medical practice. The book sheds light on important studies that contribute to the better understanding of cell reprogramming mechanisms, being so essential in maintaining normal physiological, molecular and mechanical properties of stem cells. Manipulations of such processes become relevant in various disease states, such as in ammation, regeneration, cancer, etc.
According to Jain cosmology, the universe is made up of six dravya (substances): sentient beings or souls (j va), non-sentient substance or matter (pudgala), principle of motion (dharma), the principle of rest (adharma), space ( k a) and time (k la). The latter five are united as the ajiva (the non-living). As per the Sanskrit etymology, dravya means substances or entity, but it may also mean real or fundamental categories. According to Jain philosophy, this universe consists of infinite jivas or souls which are uncreated and always existing. There are two main categories of souls: unliberated mundane embodied souls that are still subject to transmigration and rebirths in this samsara due to karmic bondage and the liberated souls that are free from birth and death. All souls are intrinsically pure but are found in bondage with karma since beginingless time. A soul has to make efforts to eradicate the karmas attain its true and pure form.