Identity Revealed

Book Three in the Identity Mystery Trilogy

Author: Carolyn Keene

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439163812

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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IDENTITY REVEALED My online sleuthing has led my friends and me down the Internet rabbit hole. After joining BetterLife, an online community, to try to stop a case of cyberbullying from the inside, the bullies turned on me. And now I'm close to revealing their true identities in real, off-line life. All the clues I've found have pointed me in one direction, but is it a false trail? Before I can expose the madmen behind the mayhem, I need to be absolutely sure that they're the ones wreaking havoc all over BetterLife. But how can I be sure when nothing on the Internet is as it seems? Catching this crook might be more difficult than even I anticipated!

Identity Revealed

30 Days to Know Who You Are

Author: Stephen Brazzel

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1512737895

Category: Religion

Page: 102

View: 8902


Over the course of a month you will review key biblical passages to discover the things that happened when you became a believer and you will see how your identity shapes everything you do. Spending just 15 minutes a day for a month will begin to change how you understand salvation. You will interact with powerful scripture passages in a new way as you see how the work of God on your behalf transforms your identity. You are not who others say you are. You are who God says you are.

Identity Revealed

Author: J. M. Butler

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781948601009

Category: Fiction

Page: 560

View: 7155


What if you prepared for the wrong destiny? Cursed by her mother, Amelia, a mindreader is driven by deadly destiny. Only she can defeat Naatos in his march of terror. But the truth of her identity makes her question everything including herself. Outmatched and outflanked, Amelia must take control of her true destiny or condemn millions to death


His True Identity Revealed

Author: Patrick Rivière

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781897244494

Category: Alchemists

Page: 197

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The alchemist Fulcanelli was the most famous adept of the 20th century, the man who achieved the Great Work less than 100 years ago, but his true identity has always been shrouded in myth and uninformed speculation...until now. Patrick Rivière reveals with profuse documentary evidence the true identity of the enigmatic and prestigious author of The Mystery of the Cathedrals and The Dwellings of the Philosophers. Beginning with an overview of French alchemical life at the turn of the 20th century, Rivière carefully builds his case step-by-step with facts, documents, and photographs, introducing us to the well-known physicist who was known as Fulcanelli. Rivière also demolishes the scurrilous hypotheses that suggest Fulcanelli never existed. Rivière is uniquely suited to solving this mystery as his teacher was Fulcanelli's sole student, Eugène Canseliet.


Discovering Your True Identity in Christ for Teen Boys and Young Men

Author: Alex Kendrick,Stephen Kendrick,Troy Schmidt

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 153595115X

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 176

View: 7729


Who am I? It’s a question you might ask yourself a lot, and this book for teen guys and young men will lead you through an investigation to find the answers. You’ll learn that your identity is much more than your grades, your looks, or your athletic skills. The only One who truly knows you and defines you is the One who created you. Revealed will give you answers about who you are and where you’re going, leading you to uncover your true Christ-shaped identity.

Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice

Author: Rolando del Carmen

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0495599336

Category: Social Science

Page: 576

View: 9591


This eminently practical text has become a favorite of instructors and students alike because of its clear and crisp writing style, extensive use of engaging pedagogy, and unique ability to cover procedure completely and correctly without bogging students down irrelevant minutiae. Filled with new features, interesting legal information, current police topics, and the most recent Supreme Court rulings, the newly updated Eighth Edition maintains this trusted book’s proven relevance to law enforcement officials and professionals in the field. The previous editions were good; the Eighth Edition takes it to a new level. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Bantu Hebrew Israelites

Identity Revealed

Author: Thomas Gakuru

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781722968113


Page: 188

View: 5547


This narrative will challenge your life in more ways than one. It will challenge your spirituality and religion; Your ethnicity; Nationality; And your relationships all round.The black people who are not Africans (Ethiopians, Egyptians, Libyans or Canaanites) or who do not know who they are, will be especially challenged about their Nationality.Other people will be enlightened on who the real Israelites are, their current state and how to relate.Thomas, was born in 1960, in the British protectorate of Kenya. This was a turbulent time for the Kenyans as they were going through the throes of birthing the modern nation of Kenya. The British colonizers had declared a state of emergency as an excuse for using maximum force to forestall the fight for independence. The struggle bore fruit as the rudimentary native forces led mostly by the Kikuyu's, who were most aggrieved, overcame the might of the British Empire. Kenya gained independence in 1963.He grew in this environment, to complete his education studies in 1978 at Thika High School, and there after pursued tertiary education in Economics and Administration. He attained the rank of Captain in the Army, and as Airline Transport Pilot. He has received 5 Awards and Achievements from the Kenyan and United States Governments.
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Identity Theft

Book Two in the Identity Mystery Trilogy

Author: Carolyn Keene

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439153413

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

View: 5890


With George and Bess's help, I joined the online group BetterLife to unmask the identities of some nasty cyberbullies who were harassing a friend of Bess's sister online. Little did I know that my sleuthing would lead me into even more trouble! Now the cyberbullies are after me. Someone has hacked into my BetterLife account and manipulated my avatar to do things I would never do in real life. Now this case is personal. My friends and I need to do some major cybersleuthing to identify the bullies before it's too late!

First Nations, Identity, and Reserve Life

The Mi'kmaq of Nova Scotia

Author: Simone Poliandri

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803237715

Category: Social Science

Page: 350

View: 2449


Issues of identity figure prominently in Native North American communities, mediating their histories, traditions, culture, and status. This is certainly true of the Mi?kmaw people of Nova Scotia, whose lives on reserves create highly complex economic, social, political, and spiritual realities. This ethnography investigates identity construction and negotiations among the Mi?kmaq, as well as the role of identity dynamics in Mi?kmaw social relationships on and off the reserve. Featuring direct testimonies from over sixty individuals, this work offers a vivid firsthand perspective on contemporary Mi?kmaw reserve life. Simone Poliandri begins First Nations, Identity, and Reserve Life with a search for the criteria used by the Mi?kmaq to construct their identities, which are traced within the context of their different perceptions of community, tradition, spirituality, relationship with the Catholic Church, and the recent reevaluation of the iconic figure of late activist Annie Mae Aquash. Building on the notions of self-identification and ascribed identity as the primary components of identity, Poliandri argues that placing others at specific locations within the social landscape of their communities allows the Mi?kmaq to define and reinforce their own spaces by way of association, contrast, or both. This identification of others highlights Mi?kmaw people?s agency in shaping and monitoring the representations of their identities. With its theoretical insights, this richly textured ethnography will enhance understanding of identity dynamics among Indigenous communities even as it illuminates the unique nature of the Mi?kmaw people.