Megan Merz Merz itibaren Shimla, West Bengal 713146, Hindistan
Olcott is a master Buddhist occultist...a co-founder of the Theosophical Society, he gives us his concise journal of phantom encounters and mediumship from a cast-out family from New England. Pre-warned by Madame Blavatsky, not to dabble or associate with mediums, not yet initiated in the mystery teachings, Olcott nonetheless ventured to New England to study this family. These are the real ghost stories of the late 1800's and early 1900's America---a time when modern convenience was only a thought and experimental work. A must read for any adept finding great veneration in Blavatsky, Besant's, and Colonel Olcott's legacy.
Continuing the story started in Murdock's Dairy Queen, this book sees DJ Schwenk starting the school year. Things with Brian are going well and they have a great time... when no one else is around. And football's going great, too, until DJ gets a shoulder injury that leaves her to choose between playing football or dropping football to heal her shoulder for basketball. And when DJ finds out that the family farm is losing money and that basketball might be her only chance to go to college, it doesn't seem like much of a choice. Everyone seems to be mad at her for letting her team down, and DJ doesn't have the words to explain to them why she had to... but then something happens that makes all those worries seem very small. And suddenly DJ's life is changed forever... This is an excellent follow-up to Dairy Queen. It seemed to take up just where DQ left off and I was immediately drawn back into the story. DJ is a great, complex, loveable character and I didn't want her story to end! I laughed and cried with her and I'm really hoping there will be more to the story. These books are Highly Recommended!!