Descripción de la editorial
Volume 50 is a special chapter because it has a Psychic Manifestation regarding the web site SmashWords, which publishes these volumes. It shows an example of how the Subconscious Minds of SmashWords authors can produce a Psychic Manifestation with random generators with pinpoint accuracy. It's what I would submit to SmashWords as proof that my theories and content is not that of a fake or a fraud. It's submitting evidence that the content in this volume series is designed to create public awareness on the dangers of the Psychic Field if mishandled. Attempts to mute or silence this information is secondary to public safety if it can be established that there are people who are getting injured and killed as a result of negligence and carelessness in interacting with the Psychic Field. This volume has a breakdown of information regarding "Transformers" and the explanation of things disguised as something else. I recommend people just read the Elemental Chapters of Tin and forego the "Magical ME" chapters unless they want to browse Psychic Manifestations linked to articles in 2013. Volume 50 is a continuation of Volume 49. it cites Psychic Manifestations for 8/13 of 2014. It uses an example of random number generators with SmashWords. It cites the plane crash of a Brazilian candidate. There's an example of "Frozen" an "50 Shades of Grey" submitted as proof that Planet Mars is alive. There's an analysis of the 1990 movie "Dick Tracy." Tin 1 cites the SmashWords Psychic Manifestation using the pubilcation of 4 authors. A Screen Capture as taken of the front page of SmashWords that prints a list of published works hot off the presses. Tin 2 is regarding the private jet of a Brazilian political candidate. Tin 3 is about the Chicago White Sox Manger upset over Rule 7.13. Tin 4 is about the mashup of "Frozen" and "50 Shades of Gray" as a movie trailer. The chapter cites how there is evidence that the Planet Mars like Veronica Mars played by Kristen Bell as Anna in "Frozen" is alive. Tin 5 is about Victoria Principal who was in "Dallas." Tin 6 is about the 1990 movie "Dick Tracy" and how the mathematical pattern can be seen in that movie made 24 years before this publication. Tin 7 is about "Transformers" and the origin of Optimus Prime as Orion Pax. Tin 8 is about the "Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne cited in "Crazy, Stupid, Love." Tin 9 is about the Beauty Pageant Fraud with a foot injury and how it relates to the author's physical ailment with his foot. Tin 10 is regarding the movie "What Dreams May Come" starring Robin Williams and the U.S.S. Oriskany used as a backdrop that was originally stationed at the Bremerton, Washington Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.