The Absolute Non-Locality Of Black Holes by Joseph Julius The Jules Going into a black hole cuts you off from spacetime completely and int... [287 words]
How To Save Earth's Magnetic Field by Julius The Jules There is a way to save Earth's Magnetic Field. The benefits to the Earth wil... [240 words]
Julliunyte: A Secret To Your Every Wish!
The Presentation Of Sciene by Saranekha Saravanan - [364 words]
The Outstanding Day by Saranekha Saravanan - [839 words]
My Night by Saranekha Saravanan - [708 words]
A Lovely Adventure by Saranekha Saravanan - [1,159 words]
Hypothesis Of Cancer's Single Underlying Cause by Joseph D Smith Does cancer have a single underlying cause? My hypothesis says y... [103 words]
Behold The Lamb Of God: Images From Handel's Messiah by Shelley J Alongi Walk through my journey of rediscovering my first love, Je... [2,621 words]
Donald Trump And The Fear Of Death by Robert Levin Propelled by a pronounced extinction anxiety, white America’s dread has led ... [581 words]
World ...Live In It And Leave. by Anchaleeporn Sophonchareonphong Anchalee Sophon World ... full of joy, love, lust, hate, greed, kindness, cruelty...all kinds o... [178 words]
She Likes Trains: The Engineer Who Saved The Day by Shelley J Alongi Sweet engineer, when that train whistle wails, when you make s... [6,133 words]
The Science Of Being Alone by Andrew Parker - [158 words]
The Life I Chose To Leave by Tyrone E Chambers The story is about a guy who decided to turn his life around. [593 words]
She Likes Trains: Shining Railroad Eyes by Shelley J Alongi It's about comfort after losing my number one engineer in an accident o... [9,839 words]
Conversations With Glenn: So Much In Between by Shelley J Alongi It wasn't till two weeks after I returned from Austin, Texas where... [2,945 words]
Maudoodi About Democracy In Early Islam by Alexander Gachikus Early Islam was democracy. But it is different even from modern democra... [463 words]
Illusion And Elysium by Rube An essay about how our primitive religious/spiritual beliefs are shaped by our egos' desir... [8,911 words]
God's Personal Speech At The Vatican by Arthur Albert Poletti God's first visit to Earth,and first speech in recorded history, will be c... [2,171 words]
Letter To The Editor - Keep Our Kids Safe! Inoculate! by Khuu This letter explores the dangers of not vaccinating your ... [381 words]
Staring Out The Window by Addison C Schindler an essay about our world and the things that blind us from reality [864 words]
Over A Hundred Years Later Nothing New About Progressives by Richard Koss An essay revealing the fact that progressives haven't... [1,317 words]
In Bleomycin, Streps, Gurgle Ages, Catabolism, Drainage. by Ufoqezugipof Ocozuwucugci http://buyfinasteride-propecia.com/ - Generic Propecia... [7 words]
Vermont Summers by Joy Oakey My memories of childhood summers in Vermont, at a time when children had an opportunity for uns... [717 words]
How To Fool Most Of The People Most Of The Time by Richard Koss An essay commenting on the recent election results. [1,530 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Something About Trains by Shelley J Alongi Yes, my Number One Engineer I'm moving to Texas. But, someday ... [1,966 words]
Behind The Dark by Paris Cooks Why is a folk called a Folk? is up really up? is down really down? in this short essay "Behind ... [2,871 words]
Goodbye America by Richard Koss An essay written by an aging writer who no longer understands the country in which he lives. [662 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Engineers And Angels by Shelley J Alongi The best of both worlds, I guess. Bodily comfort, moving, anoyin... [2,478 words]
The Cause That Lead To The Worse Effect by Angel Garcia Cause and effect paper I wrote for a class. About 9/11 warping foreign ... [1,054 words]
Symptoms by Angel Garcia An opinion piece for a class about an abstract concept. The Concept I chose was love. [911 words]
She Likes Trains: Quaking Trains by Shelley J Alongi The endless loop of adventures. The engineer voicemail. The rr circus. Enginee... [4,548 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Engineer Valentine by Shelley J Alongi A railroad rock. But, not the rock train. In 2009, I said he was m... [4,476 words]
She Likes Trains: Rail Nut New Years Eve by Shelley J Alongi Number one engineer I'm shamelessly stealing your phrase because it wo... [2,867 words]
She Likes Trains: Hot Blue Flags And Red Hot Steel by Shelley J Alongi Some days and some nights it's just all about the logic of s... [4,364 words]
Revolution In Ukraine by Alexander Gachikus What takes place in Ukraine today is the beginning of revolution in Russia (even if revol... [772 words]
Conflict: Its Nature And Causes by Nicholas Okumu Despite the fact that conflicts have purged humans for long, their nature and c... [473 words]
She Likes Trains: Train Struck by Shelley J Alongi When it's all said and done, sometimes accident just happen. 269's turn. [4,227 words]
She Likes Trains: The Little Engineer That Couldn't by Shelley J Alongi Did God just call my name? I'll get him someday. On our tim... [6,321 words]
She Likes Trains: Between 606 And Infinity by Shelley J Alongi Starting my sixth year of railfanness and my fifth year of engineer ... [3,399 words]
Conversations With Glenn: The Bestest Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Pick your railroad any one. Any mistakes are purely mine. He had... [3,856 words]
The Illusion Of Self by Rube My philosophy of the self [367 words]
She Likes Trains: Steel Train by Shelley J Alongi Always fascinated with steel no matter how it makes you feel. [2,904 words]
Parliament? - It's History! by Colin Baker The role of Parliament as an institution here in the UK must now radically change. [1,398 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Southern Pacific Whatever by Shelley J Alongi Glenn is a great story teller. I hope I can write them as w... [3,583 words]
She Likes Trains: Lancaster Nightcap by Shelley J Alongi Oh, there's so much I left out. and, no one ever experienced railroad radi... [2,316 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Number One Rail Nut Friend by Shelley J Alongi It's all I ever wanted. [5,921 words]
The Poisonous Dart Frog, Politics And History by Colin Baker - [2,477 words]
Wael's Strategy For Success by Wael El-Manzalawy Wael’s Strategy For Success: Decide What you want – Choose 3-5 related goals – Sta... [403 words]
She Likes Trains: A Raging Railroad Crush by Shelley J Alongi Cats, cookies, what's on your lap, locomotives, feel better number on... [2,876 words]
Sample Debate Speech 2nd Speaker by Khuu Topic: Beauty Pageants should be banned. Side: Negative [233 words]
A Fool At Fifty Three by Kennedy O Obohwemu A faulty federal system from the beginning... [1,020 words]
She Likes Trains: Riding The Slow And Poky by Shelley J Alongi Nail biting, hands in the right place, cats, bells, pictures, and th... [7,178 words]
She Likes Trains: Redoxx Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Kismet. Wonder what number he is? [3,367 words]
Review. Abdi Tauhid. Islam Is Left-Wing In Fact by Alexander Gachikus This article confirms our conclusion that early Islam, like Mar... [2,142 words]
She Likes Trains: North Stories by Shelley J Alongi Shy? Who me? New characters and always a quest to meet more. [1,683 words]
She Likes Trains: Chatsworth? Or Paradise by Shelley J Alongi A non honeymoon kind of a day. Strange day. Friendly faces, the man b... [4,249 words]
She Likes Trains: From Stress To Comfort by Shelley J Alongi From stress to comfort. Errands. Work. Trains. And, entertainment. [1,328 words]
How It Feels To Be Vegetarian Me by Tori M Modeled after "How It Feels To Be Colored Me" by Zora Neale Hurston [1,716 words]
Bill Gates Should Take A Tip From Karl And Fred by Colin Baker Bill Gates recently criticised capitalism. Hooray! one might be... [872 words]
Britain's Festival Of The Juggernaut. by Colin Baker Capitalist Britain and the Hindu tradition of Vishnu's incarnation have m... [1,277 words]
She Likes Trains: Indomitable Train by Shelley J Alongi 8705. Distractions. Indomitable train. A promise to an engineer. [2,014 words]
In 1968 - From A Letter To A Friend by Charles Turner I had arrived in New York in the same year that Robert Kennedy and Martin L... [799 words]
The Review. Muhammad Shiddiq Al Jawi. The Concept Of Civil Society In Islamic Perspective by Alexander Gachikus “The answer which Isl... [3,679 words]
What Is Proletariat? by Alexander Gachikus The questions of Islamism, of what is proletariat today and what forms and methods of the ... [4,236 words]
She Likes Trains Railroad High School by Shelley J Alongi Kidnapped on thrown on the magic train. Three years of bliss and keys and... [4,003 words]
She Likes Trains: Magic Train by Shelley J Alongi Diverging clear. full circle. Rr cheater. Excitement, adventure, and the Magic tr... [2,155 words]
An Old Neighborhood by Lisa Diaz-Meyer Written in 1982. I won an award for this in an Essay/Poetry Press contest. I invite all to... [120 words]
She Likes Trains: Sitting Pretty by Shelley J Alongi Nail polish, quiet days, sleep, and doing time. This week, the baby and me, we... [2,458 words]
She Likes Trains: The Bag, The Switch Key, And The New Engineer by Shelley J Alongi It always gets better from here. Always. Engine... [2,930 words]
Conversations With Glenn: The Bravest Engineer Of Them All by Shelley J Alongi Kitties and keys. And, oh, what a relief! [2,544 words]
Can Marriage Really Be Defined? by Nicholas Okumu Marriage may need to be re-defined [338 words]
The Danger Of Cults And Cult Leaders by Sylvia Sun Sol Essay on the danger of Cults and cult leaders. [3,309 words]
She Likes Trains: Slow Order Freights by Shelley J Alongi Protests, flange bite, all this between freights. [2,815 words]
She Likes Trains: Engineer Birthday Wishes by Shelley J Alongi Another birthday at th efullerton station. what fun! [3,275 words]
Conversations With Glenn: Friendly Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Almost perfect. No birds. no blue tooth. He's always worth the wait... [2,554 words]
She Likes Trains: Private Railroad by Shelley J Alongi Communion with the locomotive, meeting he extra, threatened with my own bell... [4,369 words]
She Likes Trains: Engineer Numbers by Shelley J Alongi All my engineers. All my numbers. [2,347 words]
She Likes Trains: Railroad Groupy by Shelley J Alongi four engineers, one conductor, a couple of people I know. The Fullerton engin... [2,889 words]
The Recipe by Ryan Landry This is a short essay that describes some of the qualities that are needed in order to be a successf... [731 words]
She Likes Trains: Convincing The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi I meet them all along my railroad journey and they're all important. [2,933 words]
She Likes Trains: A Hundred Engineers by Shelley J Alongi Sadness, engineer laughter, new information, new names, stories, and it's... [3,675 words]
Drawing Upon Examples Of Depository And Non-Depository Institutions, Explain The Process Of Financial Intermediation And Its Importance In The Provision Of Liquidity In The Financial System by Abhijeet Singh Drawing upon examples of depository and non-depository institutions, explain the process of financial intermediation and its importance in the provision of liquidity in the financial system Every economy and financial market has its own shortcomings in regards to employment of funds. The prosperity and equilibrium of a financial market is determined by the allocation of surplus. In a huge market, most participants are unaware of others, and therefore it is crucial to have an intermediary system that will reallocate funds from the surplus areas to the places where funds are actually in demand. This gives mobility and liquidity to financial markets. Among all other participants, the role of financial intermediaries is played by the depository and non depository institutions. While the depository institutions borrow money for the surplus possessing individuals and businesses to lend money to others in need, non depository institutions don’t take direct borrowings but use other methods to gather funds and lend them to borrowers. The function of both kinds of the institu... [1,916 words]
Whose God Is Greater? by Cedric McClester Whose God Is Greater? was inspired by the politically tinged bruhaha over a woman's repro... [613 words]
She Likes Trains: Engineer Vacation by Shelley J Alongi Tehachapi, engineer friends, and still his best station girl. [2,814 words]
She Likes Trains: Brave Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Can you figure out who you are? Brave engineer, opinions, love, guilty pleasur... [1,745 words]
Thoughts On My Dad by Bethany J Hargrove Just some thoughts as to why my dad refused to believe about the emotional abuse. Don't worr... [254 words]
Thoughts On Idiots by Bethany J Hargrove Just some thoughts of mine I thought others might find funny/interesting. [78 words]
She Likes Trains: Taking It From The Engineer by Shelley J Alongi wow you're going to love this one! From the patio to this! Shelle... [4,478 words]
She Likes Trains: Name That Train by Shelley J Alongi New Year's Eve 2011, Fullerton style. [2,939 words]
She Likes Trains: Engineer Questions by Shelley J Alongi Questions, back to the Chatsworth drawing board, the baby is back, rain, o... [2,792 words]
Leninism Or Stalinism? by Alexander Gachikus Both Trotskyism and Stalinism are vulgarizations of Leninism [988 words]
She Likes Trains: Quality Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Twenty locomotive engineers. Count them! [3,175 words]
She Likes Trains Catching The Right One by Shelley J Alongi Tonight it might be as much about the right train as it is about the ri... [2,834 words]
Are We There Yet? by Richard Koss An essay I never thought I'd have to write followed by a question I never thought I would h... [1,013 words]
She Likes Trains: Slow Engineer by Shelley J Alongi The man from the orange trains, love calls, waking the sleeping engineer, locom... [4,025 words]
She Likes Trains Railroad Journeys by Shelley J Alongi How we got here, where are we going, all my journeys, and teasing, but this ... [4,107 words]
Proving God By Consensus by Robert Levin My Problem with the Religious Right [977 words]
Forgotten Names Of Comintern by Alexander Gachikus - [5,006 words]
Charlie Post. The Labor Aristocracy Myth by Alexander Gachikus If the theory of labor aristocracy is a “myth”, why become necessary f... [5,078 words]
Baptism Testimony by Desi Williams - [901 words]
Go to page: 1  3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Julliunyte: A Secret To Your Every Wish!
Get everything you want by channeling your wish's energy!
Joseph D Smith
Joseph D. Smith is The Legendary Graduate!
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
|AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (24)
Bagon Time! (Poetry) A fun little poem demonstrating laziness in writing, which the majority of people exhibit! [6 words] [Humor]
Cross In The Darkness Of The Night (Poetry) The lonely forsaken cross... This poem is featured in my self-published book of poetry, The Legendary Graduate. [58 words] [Suspense]
Death Is Black (Poetry) A dark poem inspired by "Roses are Read", but instead it shows disdain for a person. This poem may be used for any purpose with credit to Joseph D. Smith, while derivative works may be made as long a... [12 words] [Relationships]
Habit Of Insanity (Poetry) This poem is for those who are struggling or who have struggled with drug addiction. This poem is featured in my self-published poetry book, "The Legendary Graduate". [120 words] [Health]
How Not To Start A Revolution (Essays) Don't worry, this is only political satire commentary on starting an American Revolution 2.0. [310 words] [Humor]
Hypothesis Of Cancer's Single Underlying Cause (Essays) Does cancer have a single underlying cause? My hypothesis says yes-maybe. [103 words] [Health]
I Am Two (Poetry) I am born by both God and Satan... Their signatures were put on my soul. This is an original, independently published poem. [20 words] [Fable]
I'm Phat And Fat (Poetry) I am proud of who I am, so I'm cool with that! This poem is featured in my self-published poetry book, "The Legendary Graduate". [27 words] [Motivational]
Man With No Head (Poetry) The man with no head rides again. This poem is featured in my self-published poetry book, "The Legendary Graduate". [52 words] [Fable]
Nine-Volt Lick (Poetry) Have you ever licked a nine-volt battery? Tee-hee! [12 words] [Humor]
Oh The Fat Irony (Poetry) What does it take to not be fat...? This is an original, independently published poem. [35 words] [Humor]
Passing On (Poetry) Till the day I died. This poem is featured in my self-published book of poetry, "The Legendary Graduate". [127 words] [Spiritual]
Samurai Jack Ending (Short Stories) Samurai Jack: Time-Traveling Hallucinogen-The Last Ride by Joseph D. Smith. Story derived from Samurai Jack by Genndy Tartakovsky. [1,085 words] [Fan Fiction]
Say Love Me (Songs) I have Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism, and this is an example of how repetitive I can be. It also shows how I can actually capture the feeling of love in so few words! My buddy Dennis Adki... [43 words] [Romance]
The Cat And The Gnat (Children) A cat with a stylish hat, meets it's match with an over-confident gnat! [68 words] [Animal]
The Dreaming Wager (Short Stories) Have you ever wagered with your subconscious mind? [415 words] [Mystical]
The Hobo In The Elevator (Children) A rhyme that would entertain the children, and teach them to be happy about what they have, especially the roof they have over their heads! [46 words] [Fable]
The Legendary Graduate Success (Essays) How I became a successful author with my book, "The Legendary Graduate" by Joseph D Smith. ISBN: 978-1-105-23776-8 [343 words] [Publishing]
The Multi-Billion Dollar Strike (Short Stories) What if a multi-billionaire could cause an entire nation to go on strike by paying them to do so? [903 words] [Literary Fiction]
The Raisin Hater (Plays) A very, very short play about the thumb-sized little man named The Raisin Hater, who is delusional and paranoid that Raisins are after him! This is a highly-experimental stage-play, which may be use... [173 words] [Comedy]
This Quarter Of Yours (Children) A children's rhyme about giving a kid their quarter's worth of a Quarter! It teaches kids a literary device on using the same word in different ways. [17 words] [Comedy]
What's It Like? (Songs) A song about confronting one's own life-situation! [118 words] [Motivational]
When I Smile For You (Songs) This is a song I wrote for a friend that I stabbed in the back, that I'm glad forgave me. [124 words] [Relationships]
Yet, Pigs Can Fly (Poetry) This poem is a pig, that can fly. [19 words] [Comedy]
Julliunyte: A Secret To Your Every Wish!
Joseph D Smith
There is only one thing you must do to grant your every wish, which doesn't involve positive thinking, nor the law of attraction, not even positive affirmations! All you have to do is channel what you want!
Channeling is using your mental energy to open a void where your target is it's own field of energy, which you can drink with the use of your aura or chi. You open your mind to the wish you want to grant, then use your aura to pull it in while focusing on it. You must drink the energy until you feel it is yours, which feels like you are full and you can't drink anymore!
Here is a simple exercise:
Step 1: Put your index and middle fingers together.
Step 2: Put your fingers only a few inches away from your lips, only so you don't touch them.
Step 3: Hold your fingers still, then momentarily stop inhaling and exhaling(you don't necessarily have to hold your breath very hard).
Step 3 allows you to know what your own energy feels like, so that you don't confuse it for what you are channeling to your aura.
Then, there are a few more steps:
Step 4: Put your fingers down and relax.
Step 5: Clear your mind while keeping your whole body and muscles relaxed.
Step 6: Close your eyes and use your mind's eye to open the void portal.
Step 7: Push your energy inside the void and drink the energy with your aura until you feel full.
Step 8: Close the void to cut off the energy you are channeling.
And that's how you do the Julliunyte ritual! You can focus on and channel anything! Money, power, success, love, romance, a new job, a new car, just whatever you want at anytime, whenever and wherever you want it!
If it doesn't work, then keep trying. I cannot guarantee the Julliunyte ritual will work. But just keep at it, because it can't hurt to keep trying.
This column will be read and known for it's significance for generations to come, as this is highly advanced thinking, thousands of years ahead of it's time. If you use this ritual right, you'll have everything you've ever wanted! Tell your friends, tell your wife, tell your kids, tell your family, and tell everyone so that there will be enough abundance for everyone. When everyone starts to use the Julliunyte ritual, the whole world will be in a perpetual state of harmony, peace, joy, and even enlightenment! Again, you just have to keep drinking the energy with your aura from your desire until you eventually get what you want and keep doing it everyday.
If you appreciate this information and opportunity, then please donate Bitcoin to my wallet.
Submit Your Review for Julliunyte: A Secret To Your Every Wish!
Required fields are marked with (*).
Your e-mail address will not be displayed.
Submit Your Rating for Julliunyte: A Secret To Your Every Wish!
© 2018 Joseph D Smith
|STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
|NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED