Saturday, February 26, 2011

Soulmates, Destiny and Free Will, Dr. Brian Weiss

Another Video from psychiatrist and author, Brian Weiss, answering a few questions. This one on Destiny and Will, Soulmates, and ghosts.

I really liked what he said briefly about Soulmates, how we recognize those we know from the past, and although the bond is there, it may be about something as simple as learning lessons together for a short time. I know I’ve experienced that.

Have you?

Another Video by Dr. Weiss

Friday, February 18, 2011

Soul Expressions, Poetry Collection Don and Linda Pendleton

Poetry Collection Linda Pendleton and Don Pendleton is now in Kindle, and in coming months will be in print.

Poetry, A Bridge Between the Physical and Spiritual Worlds.

Poetry is the language of feelings and intuition. As such, it structures the feelings and intuitions of the inner world in a form that can be apprehended by the outer world. Since it uses the mental matrices of emotion, feeling, and intuition, it does not have to conform to any idea of linear logic, which can be the antithesis of spiritual knowingness.

Within this Poetry Collection by Linda and Don Pendleton, you will discover a variety of themes, Life, Love, Family, Angels, and a variety of styles such as rhyme, free verse, narrative, and a few humorous or limerick styles. For the most part, the poems are expressions of ideas, of emotions, without much thought to a specific style or form. Also included are a number of poems inspired and given to Linda by Don after his death.

Don Pendleton (1927-1995) was creator of The Executioner: Mack Bolan Series of action/adventure novels; Joe Copp Private Eye Thrillers; Ashton Ford, Psychic Detective Series; and other novels. He wrote poetry and metaphysical essays for many years. He also wrote nonfiction.

Linda Pendleton has written fiction and nonfiction. Together, Don and Linda wrote the nonfiction books, To Dance With Angels; Whispers From the Soul, the Divine Dance of Consciousness; and the novel, Roulette: The Search for the Sunrise Killer. Linda's novels include Corn Silk Days, Iowa, 1862; Shattered Lens: Catherine Winter, Private Investigator; and The Dawning, a Novel of Mystery and Suspense.

Linda dedicates this book to her family and to young "Heartsongs" poet, Mattie J. T. Stepanek.

Cover design by Judy Bullard

Monday, February 14, 2011

“Surely God would not have created a being as man...
to exist only for a day!
No, no, man was made for immortality.”
~Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln Funeral Procession, Harper's Weekly

Saturday, February 12, 2011

We Really Never Die, Dr. Brian Weiss

“You are not here by accident or by some coincidence of nature. You are a spiritual being learning lessons of love in this earth school.” ~Dr. Brian Weiss, psychiatrist, author

Psychiatrist Brian Weiss now has his own Youtube Channel.

I've enjoyed his books over the years beginning with Many Lives, Many Masters.


Monday, February 7, 2011

Crop Circles E-book

My thanks to Thomas Jacobson for giving me such a great endorsement of my ebook, Crop Circles in the Fields, Objects in the Skies, and Creatures in the Bedroom.The ebook one of the free gifts that go along with purchase of my book, The UFO Phenomena: The Cosmic SOS. The ebook is presently on sale.

"I just finished reading “Crop Circles in the Fields, Objects in the Skies, and Creatures in the Bedroom” by Linda Pendleton. I had a great time. Photographs are crystal clear. I loved Nancy’s [Talbott] story with their diagram and home photos. I was absolutely fascinated by the herringbone weave crop formation. My God! And that apparent crop circle sketch or etching from the seventeenth century. Hmm.

"While I am familiar with nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman I had not previously read his counter argument to skeptics regarding UFOs and crop circles. Outstanding! Loved it.

"May I say, very nice work Linda! You not only help we, the readers, become all the more fascinated by crop circles, you provide us with the intelligent framework to consider and reconsider. I enjoyed it thoroughly."

~Thomas Jacobson

Read more about the
ebooks here.

Saturday, February 5, 2011


“We live in deeds, not years: In thoughts not breaths;

In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart throbs.

He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.”

~Aristotle, Ancient Greek Philosopher, Scientist and Physician, 384 BC-322 BC