11:11 The Time Prompt Phenomenon: Mysterious Signs, Sequences, and Synchronicities [Audiobook]
04 January 2020, 12:02
2019 | MP3@64 kbps | 8h 16m | 227.18MB
Do you wake up every night and see 11:11 on the clock? Or 3:33? 4:44? Does the same number sequence seem to appear throughout your life over and over? Did you know that millions of people all over the world experience the same phenomenon?
These mysterious number sequences are known as "time prompts", and show up on digital clocks, cell phones, receipts, billboards, advertisements, and other places. They seem like pure coincidence, but what if they are actually messages from a higher source, like angels, guides, or even the Universe itself, urging you to pay attention to something important?
This book explores the many theories about what these number sequences are, including:
- The science behind synchronicities, coincidences, and the mathematical nature of reality
- Numerical patterns and sacred geometry in nature - such as the Fibonacci spiral, the golden ratio, and DNA sequences
Enter the intriguing world of time prompts. If numbers are the language of the Universe, what are they saying to you?
The Unofficial Guide to Game of Thrones [Audiobook]
22 November 2019, 02:08
2019 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 11h 15m | 309.98MB
The everything-you-missed, wanted-to-know-more-about, and can't-get-enough guide to the Game of Thrones television series - from the first episode to the epic finale. Valar morghulis!
There may be no happy endings, but there is plenty to discover and obsess over in this behind-the-scenes fan guide to the Game of Thrones HBO series.
Did the show affect George R.R. Martin's ability to finish the book series? How did the show's composer foreshadow the series' end from the first note of the theme song? Why were the Stark direwolves all but cut from the show? Why did Ed Sheeran make a cameo in season seven? Who lives? Who dies?
Kim Renfro, entertainment correspondent for Insider and a huge GOT fan, goes deep into the show and the world of Westeros - from Winterfell to the White Walkers. Spanning every episode across all eight seasons, The Unofficial Guide to Game of Thrones explains scenes that don't follow Martin's books, and sheds new light on the themes, storylines, character development, the meaning of the finale, and what fans can expect next.
Entertaining, informative, and perfect for everyone who made Game of Thrones the most popular and talked-about HBO show ever, The Unofficial Guide to Game of Thrones is the perfect companion for watching and rewatching the series. Winter is coming....
Movies (And Other Things) [Audiobook]
13 November 2019, 10:46
2019 | M4B@128 kbps + EPUB | 11h 7m | 607.07MB
Number one New York Times best-selling author Shea Serrano is back, and his new book, Movies (And Other Things), combines the fury of a John Wick shootout, the sly brilliance of Regina George holding court at a cafeteria table, and the sheer power of a Denzel monologue, all into one.
Movies (And Other Things) is a book about, quite frankly, movies (and other things).
One of the chapters, for example, answers which race Kevin Costner was able to white savior the best, because did you know that he white saviors Mexicans in McFarland, USA, and white saviors Native Americans in Dances with Wolves, and white saviors Black people in Black or White, and white saviors the Cleveland Browns in Draft Day?
Another of the chapters, for a second example, answers what other high school movie characters would be in Regina George's circle of friends if we opened up the Mean Girls universe to include other movies (Johnny Lawrence is temporarily in, Claire from The Breakfast Club is in, Ferris Bueller is out, Isis from Bring It On is out...). Another of the chapters, for a third example, creates a special version of the Academy Awards specifically for rom-coms, the most underrated movie genre of all. And another of the chapters, for a final example, is actually a triple chapter that serves as an NBA-style draft of the very best and most memorable moments in gangster movies.
Many, many things happen in Movies (And Other Things), some of which funny, others of which are sad, a few of which are insightful, and all of which are handled with the type of care and dedication to the smallest details and pockets of pop culture that only a book by Shea Serrano can provide.