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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Science Fiction / Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Pages:400
  • eBook ISBN:9780615753126

The Seeker's Handbook, with War Poker

To Circumnavigational Guidance and Coming Events

by Lawrence J. Salmon

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Overview
A science fiction adventure as well as an educational self-help, it is the story of a high-spirited eccentric who comes to Earth from an advanced planet with two highly unusual friends. With disincarnate Wantanu (who was once an American Indian medicine man and later a weather spirit over the Kansas plains) and a cat that can disappear at will to help him, he comes up with four unlikely candidates for a trip into deep space and a search for Truth (although things don’t work out quite as planned!)
Description
A science fiction adventure as well as an educational self-help, it is the story of a high-spirited eccentric who comes to Earth from an advanced planet with two highly unusual friends. With disincarnate Wantanu (who was once an American Indian medicine man and later a weather spirit over the Kansas plains) and a cat that can disappear at will to help him, he comes up with four unlikely candidates for a trip into deep space and a search for Truth (although things don’t work out quite as planned!) Funny, profound in spots, and full of surprises, it is interspersed with ecological facts, mysterious supernatural activities, and a sprinkling of American and Native American history. A higher adventure of an original kind, it is also simple in style, patriotic, controversial, and guaranteed to be thought-provoking and to keep the reader tearing for the next page. It is for people from ten to 100 who are looking for a colorful adventure, some very entertaining reading, and some answers to their scary world. After The Seeker’s Handbook (and the Writing of the Seeler’s Hand-book) there is a brand new card game, invented by myself, a five year project, War Poker, the best game card in the world, which I think you will enjoy. And then there are Five Popular Card Games for Children and Adults. (Time to stop watching TV.) And last, two essays, recently written, 2013 and the Number 11: What is the number of fate? Why 47 years between disasters? Will World (Do you like history?) War III start in Dec, 2013? (North Korea.) And Homo Sapiens, Planet Killer: A monster appears in a composite photograph of the continents. Where did the Asteroid Belt come from? Did we really evolve completely here on Earth? You might be amazed.
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