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Title: New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library(NAMOSRL)Add to your cart.

ID: MS/150/1

Primary Creator: Frost, Guy (1965-)

Extent: 23.5 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 03/22/2016

Subjects: Altered states of consciousness, Antiquities, Aspect (Astrology), Astrologers--Recruiting, Astrology, Astrology--Study and teaching, Astrology--Tables, Astrology--Textbooks, Astrology--Therapeutic use, Astrology and psychology, Astrosophy, Cancer (Astrology), Conduct of life, Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947, Delears (Retail trade), Divining (Dowsing), Dream interpretation, Forecasting, Fortune-telling, Fortune-telling by cards, Gemini (Astrology), George, Llewellyn, 1876-1954. Astrologian outfit, Handfasting, Horary astrology, Horoscopes, Human beings--Effect of planets on, Leys, Libra (Astrology), Lumber Trade, Lunar calendars, Mental healing, Mental suggestion, Mind and body, Mythology, Neopaganism, Neopaganism--Australia, New business enterprises, New Thought, Numerology, Occultism, Occultism--Australia, Paganism, Palmistry, Parallax, Parapsychology, Plants--Effect of the moon on, Playing cards, Quality of life, Rare books, Self-actualization (Psychology), Shamanism, Spiritualism, Stars, Success in business, Tarot, Tarot (Game), Tarot--History, Tarot--Problems, exercises, etc., Tarot--Religious aspects--Wicca, Taurus (Astrology), Unidentified Flying Objects, Vulcan (Hypothetical planet), Well-being, Wicca, Witchcraft, Withcraft--Australia, Zodiac, Zodiacal tissue salts (Dietary supplement)

Forms of Material: Books, Correspondence schools and courses, Lectures, Newsletters, Periodicals, Prospectuses, Tarot cards, Trade catalogs, Volvelles, Zines

Abstract

Contains individual archival collections (described separately), books, periodicals, ephemera, paraphernalia, and research notes related to New age movements, occultism, magic and witchcraft, personal transformation, astrology, spiritualism, and shamanism.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The origins of the New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library (NAMOSRL) can be traced back to 2004 when Guy Frost and Cliff Landis began discussing the preservation of hard to find and at risk Pagan periodicals. Cliff’s concept was called New Religious Movements Archival Library (NRMAL), and tasks were divided between the two with Cliff investigating the technological aspects as well as making the first contacts with publishers and Guy began creating a descriptive bibliography of potential resources that could be added to the project. Sadly, this project was abandoned in early 2005 for various reasons, but the idea remained in Guy’s mind of something that needed to be done. Guy had been acquiring resources for the project and although NRMAL was no more, has continued to do so. During the spring of 2013, Crystal Richardson, a Valdosta State University student, approached Guy with a request to be advisor to a new Pagan and Wiccan Society on the VSU campus. Saying yes, it was through working with the officers and members of this group that he was reminded of the need for students to access resources to assist in researching topics they were presenting at their sponsored events. This need, however, reached a pinnacle when Guy was lead to search and photocopy from his personal library articles, interviews, and mentionings in books of Starhawk for a student that was writing a paper on her. It was at this point that Guy realized his resources should be more accessible and preferably in an academic setting. In was not until 2015 that Guy approached Deborah Davis, the University Archivist, about donating all of the Pagan resources he had amassed as an archival collection. Deborah expressed great interest. For an archival collection to be rich in source materials it must contain more than just periodicals. This is where this Research Library departs from the original concept of NRMAL. The scope and breadth of the collection had to be expanded. As such, there are two parts of the collection: 1. records and papers of people and organizations that could and do stand alone as unique archival collections which will be described individually; 2. books, periodicals, study notes, and other ephemera collected to support its scope.

This portion of the collection is divided into broad Library of Congress Subject Series. These series contain books, periodicals, and artifacts relating to their designated subjects.  These subjects include: Antiquities/Mythology; Psychology; Parapsychology; Occult Sciences; Religions; Holidays & Cookery; Alternative Medicine; Women's Studies; Gardening/Herbology. These broad subjects expand into more specific topics as you explore the collection.

Collection Historical Note

Guy Frost was born August 31, 1965 in San Mateo, California to a Naval military family. His family moved to Jacksonville, Florida while he was still an infant when his father was transferred to Cecil Fields. If was after his father’s retirement that his mother longed for the country life she grew up in and at age 9, the family moved to a small six acre farmhouse located in Waynesville, Georgia, or simply the middle of nowhere. In the fall of 1984, Guy moved to Cleveland, Tennessee to attend Lee College, a private pentecostal liberal arts college. This school was chosen for the simple fact that Sherri Revels, a highschool classmate, constantly talked about Lee College and wanting to be in Lee Singers. Lee College sounded like a good plan and there would be someone there that he knew, and, thinking like most teenagers, it was in the opposite end of the state from his family. Growing up Southern Baptist, witnessing isle dancing and speaking in tongues was a bit of a culture shock. His stay at Lee College was for a little over one year before moving to Valdosta, Georgia to attend Valdosta State College in 1986. But Lee College left an indelible impression on his mind and the experience of Godness. While attending the required convocations (4 times a week then), he sensed a difference in the atmosphere, a noticeable change in the environment when everyone a stadium full of people began to pray out loud. If left Guy yearning to understand, but he also knew Christianity was not where to find the answer. Guy would graduate from Valdosta State College in 1990 with a bachelor of Music Education. In that same year, he began working as Circulation staff and entered the Graduate Program. He would graduate in 1994 with a Master of Music Education. It was while working in Circulation that his supervisor, Sherrida Crawford, suggested becoming a Music Librarian. With the kernel of thought in mind, he resigned from Circulation, worked with the Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) that summer of 1995 as a Media Specialist before moving to Tallahassee, Florida to work on a Master of Library Science (1996) with that intent. He finished his education pursuits with an Education Specialist (Ed.S) in 1998 in Information Studies. Buy this time, he was a cataloger for the Florida Memories project under the Bureau of Records Management, State of Florida. Guy was in his element and was not in a hurry to leave. However, Dr. George Gaumond phoned him at work to see if he knew that a position was open at Valdosta. He did not (he was looking of Music Librarian positions only), but he applied because of his experience working at Valdosta. He was rehired on the faculty of the Library in the same year, first as the Electronic Resources Librarian before moving to Government Documents after a few months. His positions in the Odum Library constantly evolved, mostly out of necessity with changes in the University System. When Katherine Johnson, the Serials Librarian, retired, Guy was asked to absorbed her responsibilities and relinquish his duties in Reference. Guy had previously suggested to the administration that with the addition of cataloging of Government Documents, splitting his current position into two people (Public Service and Technical Services) would be ideal. Katherine’s retirement allowed that to happen. It was in Government Documents and cataloging that Guy accepted interns. One in particular was Cliff Landis. Cliff was currently a distance education student at Florida State University living in Valdosta working on a Master of Library and Information Science degree. Cliff made an impression on the Reference faculty while interning and would later be hired on faculty in the Reference Department. It was through conversations with Cliff as colleague that he invited Guy to study Faerie Faith under him. Guy eager to explore and learn more accepted without hesitation. Beginning late summer 2004 to 2009, Guy studied under Cliff Landis, being officially initiated into the Faerie Faith February 15, 2008. Guy is active in the Georgia Library Association, NACO/SACO programs of the PCC and in 2012 traveled to Belize to teach the Belizean librarians RDA as part of COBEC.

Subject/Index Terms

Altered states of consciousness
Antiquities
Aspect (Astrology)
Astrologers--Recruiting
Astrology
Astrology--Study and teaching
Astrology--Tables
Astrology--Textbooks
Astrology--Therapeutic use
Astrology and psychology
Astrosophy
Cancer (Astrology)
Conduct of life
Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947
Delears (Retail trade)
Divining (Dowsing)
Dream interpretation
Forecasting
Fortune-telling
Fortune-telling by cards
Gemini (Astrology)
George, Llewellyn, 1876-1954. Astrologian outfit
Handfasting
Horary astrology
Horoscopes
Human beings--Effect of planets on
Leys
Libra (Astrology)
Lumber Trade
Lunar calendars
Mental healing
Mental suggestion
Mind and body
Mythology
Neopaganism
Neopaganism--Australia
New business enterprises
New Thought
Numerology
Occultism
Occultism--Australia
Paganism
Palmistry
Parallax
Parapsychology
Plants--Effect of the moon on
Playing cards
Quality of life
Rare books
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Shamanism
Spiritualism
Stars
Success in business
Tarot
Tarot (Game)
Tarot--History
Tarot--Problems, exercises, etc.
Tarot--Religious aspects--Wicca
Taurus (Astrology)
Unidentified Flying Objects
Vulcan (Hypothetical planet)
Well-being
Wicca
Witchcraft
Withcraft--Australia
Zodiac
Zodiacal tissue salts (Dietary supplement)

Administrative Information

Repository: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

Acquisition Source: Guy Frost

Acquisition Method: signed deed of Gift for New Age Movements, Occultism and Spiritualism Research library, signed by Guy Frost

Appraisal Information: Open Collection.  A folder with the finding aid is in the Director's file cabinet labeled Frost, Guy, Pagan, New Age


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Antiquities/Mythology],
[Series 2: Psychology],
[Series 3: Parapsychology],
[Series 4: Occult Sciences],
[Series 5: Religions],
[Series 6: Holidays & Cookery],
[Series 7: Fiction],
[Series 8: Misc.],
[Series 9: Periodicals],
[Series 10: Items/Artifacts],
[Series 11: Digital Content],
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Series 9: PeriodicalsAdd to your cart.
Box 18: Periodicals A-CAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Alternative AlbionAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Alternative Albion, June 2004Add to your cart.
Alternative Albion. June 2004. 23. Catalogue of books published by Alternative Albion, an impritn of Heart of Albion Press.
Folder 2: The American Society of Dowsers, Inc.Add to your cart.
Item 1: The American Society of Dowsers, Inc. Membership list, 1968Add to your cart.
A list of members organized by state with their name and address.
Folder 3: Arohn: A Quarterly Pulication of Esoterica, gnosis, Christian Mysticism and PhilosophyAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Arohn: A Quarterly Pulication of Esoterica, Gnosis, Christian Mysticism and Philosophy 4.1Add to your cart.

Arohn: A Quarterly Pulication of Esoterica, Gnosis, Christian Mysticism and Philosophy, Vol 4.1. Burlington: The Holy Order of the Rose and the Cross.

Contains an Editorial, Letters to the Editor, A Quote to Consider, World Events Cast Their Shows on TIme, The Tetragrammaton-The Cabalistic Mystery of the Revealed God by Jeffrey A. Isbrandtsen, The Rosary by Theresa J. Norwark, A Pure Language by Jeffrey A. Isbrandtsen, Coversations : an Interview iwth Liberal Catholic Church Presiding Bishop Sten Von Krusenstierna, All Scripture is Inspired of God by F. Edward C. Sullivan, All One and All Different by Fr. Derk Gransbergen, The Mystery of the Rosy Cross in Origin, History and Develpment by Fr. Edward C. Sullivan, The Living Soul by Catherine Wickman, THe unified Theory of Chiropractic- The Problem of Pain by Fr. Edward C. Sullivan, In the Footsteps of the Master: Madame Blavatshky part III by Susan Stoner, Questions and Answers,Where Do We Go When We Die, The Pits of Dense Darkness, You Will Not Leave my Soul in Hell, The Mystical Use of Herbs-The Lily by Gary Wickman.

Folder 4: AzureGreen, 2005Add to your cart.
Book 1: AzureGreen, Retail 4C, Yule- Spring 2005Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, books on various subjects.
Book 2: AzureGreen, Retail 5A, Beltane-Yule 2005Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, books on various subjects.
Folder 5: AzureGreen, 2006Add to your cart.
Book 1: AzureGreen, Retail 5B, Fall Equinox- Imbolc 2006Add to your cart.

Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, books on various subjects.

2 copies

Book 2: AzureGreen Retail 6A, Spring Equinox- Fall Equinox 2006Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, books on various subjects.
Folder 6: AzureGreen, 2007-08Add to your cart.
Book 1: AzureGreen Retail 6B, Fall Equinox- Spring Equinox 2007Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Book 2: AzureGreen 7AAdd to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Book 3: AzureGreen 7BAdd to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Book 4: AzureGreen 7CAdd to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Book 5: AzureGreen 8A, Imbloc- Fall Equinox 2008Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Book 6: AzureGreen 8B, Yule 2008Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Folder 7: AzureGreen: Products for a More Magical Life, 2009-10Add to your cart.
Book 1: AzureGreen: Products for a More Magical Life 9B, Autumn Equinox 2009Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Book 2: AzureGreen: Products for a More Magical Life Retail 10A, Imbolc 2010Add to your cart.
Magazine selling blank books, calenders, bumper stickers, posters, amulets, jewelry, gemstones, herbs, oils and diffusers, ritual items, statuary, candles, candle holders, bells, crystal balls, mirrors, books on various subjects.
Folder 8: The BeaconAdd to your cart.
Book 1: The Beacon, January- February 1980Add to your cart.

The Beacon: A magazine of esoteric philosohy, presenting the principles fo the Ageless Wisdom as a contemporrary way of life. Volume XLVIII Number 7.

Contents: Editorial-Let the Plan of Love and Light Work Out, The Establishing of Right Human Relations by Djwhal Khul, Preparation for the Reappearance fo the Christ by Mary Bailey, Catholic Education: Shadow or Substance by Sister Remigia Kushner, Key Words by M. E. Haselhurst, Opportunity in Capricorn by Peter H. Peuler, Contemplation by Dana Drake, Albert Einstein-His Centennial Year by Brian Arrowsmith, The Energy in the Atom, My Law- Poem, Esoteric Training and Psychic Unfoldment, Books and Publications.

Folder 9: The Beltane Papers, 1992-93Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries Issue 1, 1992Add to your cart.

The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries. Issue 1

Contents: The Beltane Papers: Poem: The Tail-Spinner's Design by Susanna J. Sturgis, Speaking with the Grey She-Wolf: An Interview with Z Budapest by Helen Farias and Joanna Colbert, The Priestess Path by Ruth Rhiannon Barren, The Art of Conchita S.S. Amata, Rowan's Tarot by Rowan Hart, Mother/Goddess: a Personal Odeyssey by Katherine Sterling, Matriotism by Jana Hollingsworth, Poem: Rain has come again byJaneice Ray, Conclusion of Do Not Go Gentle: A Tamil Woman's Songs About Her Dying by Margaret Trawick, Rehabilitating the Well of Bride by The Editors HGF and WF, One Day by Belinda Subramen, Childer Garden: Children Contribute- The Turning of the Wheel, A Story by Jazz.

Octava: The Harvest Mysteries: A Journey through the Underworld by Joanna Powell Colbert, A 4-Tide Calendar, The Caitteach's Round: Shapeshifting with the Seasons by Helen Farias, Poem- The Christening by Janeice Ray, Two Festal Songs: Summer Summer by Ruth Barrett and Cynthia Smith and Evening Star by Chris Carol, Meditations on the Sacred Lust at Beltanetide by Rosmiranda, PSeculations on Spurious Virgin Martyrs by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Food: summer Fare by Robin Fisher.

The Beltane Review: Concert Reviews of Thiel and Bonnet by SD-M and the Bulgarian State Choir by HF, Music Review :Barbara McGraw and Chalice by JPC, Periodical: Hecate's Cauldron Lunar Awareness Calendar and Newsletter by SD-M, Letters: Magic Tales of the Mother: A Column of Special Bok Reviews by Helen Farias, The Street Merchants: Craftspeople, Services, Jornals etc,

Book 2: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries  Issue 2, 1992Add to your cart.

The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries. Issue 2.

Contents: Betlane Papers: Exploring the Shadows: The Quest of the Hera in the Gothic Novel by Waverly Fitzgerald, Mother as Hero: A Report from the Field by Lois Holub, Book Excerpt: Visions of the Crone by Susun Weed, Art: Clarissa Thornock- Re-Vissioning Women in Art by Lori DeMarre, The Priestess Path by Robin Fisher, Intrview: Who Were the Witches? Elizabeth Harris and Lois Holub, Riding the Nightmare by Willams and Williams b KWS, That Kundalini Thing: The Battle Within by Mary Huber, The Portal in My Forehead by Shirley Dawson-Myers, The Dark Sister: An Excerpt from the Spinning Wheel by Gwendolyn Endicott, I am Living in the Woods by Rosana Blethen.

Octava: The Parting of the Veil on All Soul's Night by Joanna Powell Colbert, Magical Ladies of the Thirteen Nights by Helen Farias, Festal songs: Rozhanitsa by Helen Farias, Seasonal Games and Activities: Hallowmas and Yule by Waverly Fitzgerald, Into the Labyrinth: A Meditation for Candlemas by Hleen Farias, Pysanky: Messages to the Author of Life by Helen Farias, Four-Tide Calendar by Helen Farias and Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Foods by Robin Fisher, Poem: A Kitchen of My Own by Susanna Sturgis.

The Belltane Review: Workshop: "The Dark Goddess" with Vicki Noble and Demetra Geroge: two reviews by WF and GE, Music: Three Loreena McKennitt Albums by JPC and HF, Divinatio System: The Celtic Book of the Dead by Caitlin Matthews by JPC, Poetry: Seasons of the Witch by Pat Monaghan by Rf, Almanac: The Witches' Almanac by SD-M, Wheels of Life by Anodea Judith by SD-M, Liquid Light of Sex by Barbara Hand Clow by SD-M, Heroines Jorney by Maureen Murdock by WF, Sharing the Energy by Lori DeMarre, True Words by Helen Farias.

Book 3: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries  Issue 3, 1993Add to your cart.

The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries. Issue 3-Beltane 1993.

Content: Beltane Papers: Friday Nigt the Pisces/Virgo Axis by Margot F. Boyer, Qadishtu:Holy Woman by Joann Powell Colbert, Giving Birth Between the Worlds by Anna Wulfsong, Journeys to My Center: Shaminism as Healing Connection to the Universe and the Mother by Lori DeMarre, Dances with Frogs by Linda McLEes Sheaffer, Herbal Allies fro Wise Women "MAiden Wort/Chickweed", Priestess PAth "Standards and Training: Definning our Terms" by Kathryn Theatana, Dreaming Numinous by Animal Totems, Kaliin Hollywood's Temple of Misogyny by Fran Nowve.

Octava: Strong Sun Moon; View from the Moon by Z. Budapest, Cat Mediation by Grigio Hollingsworth, Cat People Tarot by Kati Eddy-Chamberlin, The Holy Well: A Dedication by Helen Farias, The TBP Lunar-Solar Festival Calendar by Helen Farias and Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Foods by Robin Fisher, Festal Music: "Bushes and Briars".

The Beltane Review: Women Who Run With Wolves: A Conversation, Poem: Lessons by Ivory Watersworth, Reviews, Letters.

Book 4: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries Issue 4, 1993Add to your cart.

The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries Issue 4- Samhain 1993

Content: Beltane Papers: Sheela Na-Gig: Stone Memory fo the Great Mother by Lori DeMarre, Ritual Thoughts: May the Metaphore be With You by Robin Fisher, Herbal Allies for Wise Women" Cronewort" by Susun Weed, Priestess Path "Returning to the Well" by Shirly Dawson-Myers, Dreaming Numinous "Birds", How I Became a Time Heretic by Waverly Fitzgerald, COnversational Tarot by Linda Ledbetter, Excerpt: The Priestess of the Dove: A Heretical Gospel of Our Lady by Devorah Green, Stength of the Symbol: Inheritance of the Motehr, Part 1 by Helen Farias, Gossip of the gods: A dysfuntional Olympian Family by Jana Hollingsworth and Kristy Kirkland-Sherburne, And Why Should I Fear the Dead, When My Own Walk Amoung Them? by Wren Sidhe,

Octava: Festal Foods: Cere's Gift of Life by Anna Wulfsong, Tu B'Shvat: Reawakaning the Tree of Life by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Music: Catherine's Wheel by Helen Farias.

The Beltane Review: Pilgrimage Delphi- Fall Equinox 1992 by Burleigh Muten

Folder 10: The Beltane Papers, 1994-95Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries Issue 5, Summer/Autumn 1994Add to your cart.

Content:

The Beltane Papers: The Sacred Mark: Ritual Tattooing by Robin Fisher, Manifesting the Sacred Body through Tattooing by Judith Tolley, Herbal Allies for Wise Women: Motherwort by Susun Weed, Violin Maker by Gwendolyn Endicott, Dr. Marija Gimbutas: Elder, Teacher, Wise Woman by Joanna Powell Colbert, The Journey of Judith: The Map Inside by Judith Maxwell, Women of the Motherland: A Year in China by Rebecca Love, Pursuing Past Lives by Laura Maudsley, Dreaming Numinous: Dreams of Past Lives, Strength of the Symbol: Inheritance of the Mother, Part II by Helen Farais, Prickly Pear: "Twenty Years Ago" by Jana Hollingsworth, The Priestess Path: "For the Love of Priestessing" Part I by Shekhinah Mountainwater.

Octava: The Domestic Goddess During the Summer by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Foods: Flowery Foods for Summer by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Crafts: Lavender Wands by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Music: Brigid Upon the Highland by Helen Farais, Celebrating the Festivals of Your Ancestors by Waverly Fitzgerald.

The Beltane Review: Wild Woman Weekend with Z Budapest by Kati Eddy-Chamberlin, Wild Woman Highlight by Mary Heacox, My Experience with Her Wild Song by Louise Budde DeLaurentis

Book 2: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries Issue 6, Winter/Spring 1995Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Helen's Last Rite of Passage, Ritual Thoughts: On Trance by Robin Fisher, Voices of Women by Lori DeMarre, The Priestess Path: For the Love of Priestessing Part II by Shekhinah Mountianwater, Dreaming Numinous: The Ring of Brodgar by Wendy Griffin, Where the Goddess Never Slept by Octavia Esperanza, Bone Woman by Judith Anderson, Prickley Pear: They Would Never Be Missed by Jana Hollingsworth.

Octava: O Mother Sun by Patricia Monaghan, Festal Foods: Mushroom Magic by Anna Wulfsong, Festal Crafts: Yule Ornaments for the Pagan Spirit by Kati J. Eddy, Festal Music: Harvest Thanksgiving by Anna Wulfson, Sul's Return by helen Farias,

the Beltane Review: Magical Women of the Golden Dawn by Mary K. Greer, Book Reviews, Witch Camp by Waverly Fitzgerald, Goddess Camp by Kati J. Eddy

Book 3: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Summer/Autumn 1995Add to your cart.

Content: The Beltane Papers: Eve the Gardner by Helen Farias, Drawing Down the Moon By Wren Sidhe, Megan's Garden Plan by Megan Ernst, Ritual Thoughts: Gestation by Robin Fisher, The Priestess Path: I am a Priestess by Diana Newago, Dreaming Numinous by Kathie Carlson, Singing the Soul Back Home: Shamanism in Daily Life by Caitlin Matthews, Ancient Breasts by Susun Weed, Hildegard of Bingen: Breaking Free in the Twelfth Century by Najat Patricia Roberts

Octava: Festal Crafts: Through Our Hands by Myth H, Festal Music: Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley Grow by Anna Wulfsong, Festal Foods: Gaia's Green Gift: Purslane by Anna Wulfsong

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews, Music Review, Paradise Review, Epiphanies by Robin Fisher.

Book 4: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Autumn/Winter 1995Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Goddess Regeneratrix: Marija Gimbutas and the Restoration of the Goddess by Vicki Noble, Dancing with Lady Death by Joanna Powell Colbert, Finding Our Way Through the Dark by Demetra George, Ritual Thoughts: Pray Tell by Robin Fisher, Dreaming Numinous: The Cougar Dream by Debra Chinn, The Spiral Dance: Journey through the Labyrinth by LInda E. Sewright, My Labyrinth by Waverly Fitzgerald, How to Make Your Own Labyrinth by Waverly Fitzgerald, What the Eleusinian Mysteries Can Tell Us About Minoan Crete by Deborah Ferber, Reborn by the Godess by Britney Eyraud, Prickly Pear: Eat! Survive! Reproduce! by Jana Hollingsworth.

Octava: Festal Crafts: Pomanders: The Golden Apples of the Sun by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Foods: Samhain by Helen Farias and Anna Wulfsong, Festal Music: A New Year Carol by Waverly Fitzgerald and Elena Richmond.

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews and other reviews.

Folder 11: The Beltane Papers, 1996Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Beltane 1996Add to your cart.

Venus, the Morning and Evening Star: The Work of Ronnie Gale Dreyer by Wverly Fitzgerald, Ritual Thoughts: Random Access by Robin Fisher, A Personal Encounter with Anais Nin by JK Radar, Dreaming Numinous: Dreams of Birth and Death,Tarot, Love and Romance by Mary K. Greer, New Moon Tarot (or Tarot for Virgos) by Waverly Fitzgerald, The Stations of the Fool's Journey: A Spiritual Practice by Joanna Powell Colbert

Octava: Midsummer: Rites of Fire and Water by Helen Farias, Festal Crafts: A Rosary of Rose Beads by Anna Wulfsong, Festal Foods: May Day Foods by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Music: May Day Carol by Waverly Fitzgerald and Elena Richmond, Herb of Summer: St. John's Wort by Waverly Fitzgerald, Herb of Summer: St. John's Wort by EagleSong

The Beltane Review: Epiphanies by Joanna Powell Colbert

Book 2: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Lammas 1996Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Artemis by Catriona Glazebrook, Priestess Path by Marione Thompson-Jelland, Dreaming Numinous: Bear Dreams, Sheela-Na-Giga letter from Fiona Marron, Homeward Bound: An Astrological Perspective on Women's Midlife Cycles by Sheila Belanger, MA

Octava: The Harvest Mysteries: Sacred Food and Drink by Helen Farias, Harvest Herb: Lemon Balm by Waverly Fitzgerald, Harvest by Anna Wulfsong, Festal Foods: Lactic Fermentation Mysteries by EagleSong, Festal Crafts: Introduction to Wheat Weaving by Waverly Fitzgerald, Weaving the Wheat by Helen Farias,

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews,Truewords by Waverly Fitzgerald

Book 3: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Samhain 1996Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Finding the Muse Within by Denise Wellenstein, Daimonic Sequence, poems by Caitlin Matthews, Priestess Path by Marione Thompson-Helland, Dreaming Numinous: Return to a Sacred Wood by Ann Shannon, Coming Home: A letter from Lori De Marre, The Spells of Women: The Sacred and Magcal Role of the Celtic Ninefold Sisterhoods by Caitlin Matthews, In Search of Women's Passionate Soul: Revealing the Daimon Lover within by Caitlin Matthews.

Octava: Ancestor Altar by Burleigh Muten, Gram's Song by Jana Hollingsworth, Festal Foods: Mourning Bread by Beth Hensperger, Festal Music: History of the Carols by Anna Wulfsong

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews, Truewords by Waverly Fitzgerald, Epiphanies: The Insidiousness of Patriarchal Brainwashing by Raphaella Vaisseau

Folder 12: The Beltane Papers, 1997Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Candlemas 1997Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Like Leaven in Bread: In Celebration of Ordained Women by Dennise Brown, Priestess Path: A Nice Jewish Girl and the Goddess by Naomi Gayle, Dreaming Numinous: Anna's Dream by Anna Wulfsong, Who But my Lady Greensleeves? by Joanna Powell Colbert, Vision by Susan Allison, The Spells of Women: The Sacred and Magical Role of the Celtic Ninefold Sisterhoods by Caitlin Matthews

Octava: Pagan Lent by Waverly Fitzgerald, Spring Tonics by Eagle Song, Festal Crafts: Brigid Crosses by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Foods: Nuns Ribbons by Waverly Fitzgerlad, Festal Music: Eostre Carol by Anna Wulfsong

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews, Truewords by Waverly Fitzgerald

Book 2: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Beltane 1997Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Goddess Embroideries of Russia and Ukraine by Mar Kelly, Sacred Space: Dreaming of Malta by Christine Irving, Temples of the Goddess by Linda C. Eneix,  The Black Queen: The Myth of Sara-Kali by Jeanne Humphrey, Priestess Path: Beryl Chalk interviewed by Marione Thompson-Helland, Dreaming Numinous: Goddess Dream from Raphaella Vaisseau

Octava: Festal Crafts: The Ritual of Stitching by Elizabeth Ann Kaufman, Festal Foods: Making Mead by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Music: Maiden in Mor Lay lyrics adapted by Helen Farias

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews, Epiphany: The Gift of the Stones by Nanci Shandera

Book 3: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Lammas 1997Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: The Sacred Prostitute by Janet Hendrickson, Sacrament by Elizabeth Salomea Gray, Priestess Path: Nora Cedarwind interviewed by Marione Thompson-Helland, Dreaming Numinous: Ursa Major and Magi and the Animals by Katherine Metclaf Nelson

Octava: Festal Foods: Lammas Bread by Beth Hensperger, Festal Foods: Elderberry Wine by EagleSong, Festal Crafts: Flower Essences by Gretchen Lawlor, Festal Music: Mystic Seven by Anna Wulfsong,

The Beltane Review: Book Reviews, Epiphany by Charlotte Johnson Flight

Folder 13: The Beltane Papers, 1998Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Winter 1998Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Life's Daughter, Death's Bride by Kathie Carlson, Teh Bardo of Twilight, The Cauldron of Change by Lucinda Faulkner Merritt, Ringing in the Sacred by Z Budapest, Queen of Air and Darkness by Mara Freeman, Dreaming Numinous: Snake Dreams

Octava: Southern Celebrations by Jeanette Wildwood, Festal Crafts: Advent Sunwheel by Helen Farias, Festal Foods: Advent Pretzels by Waverly Fitzgerald, Festal Music: Filksongs of the Season

The Beltane Review: Book and Music Reviews and Luck Moons of 1998 by Waverly Fitzgerald

Book 2: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Summer 1998Add to your cart.

Content:

The Beltane Papers: Musings on Brigit by Dennise C. Brown, In Search of the Crios Brighde by Barbara Callan, The Solas Bride and Brigid's Well by Karen Tate, The Headless Woman by Diane Boyer, Simone LaDrumma interview by Nora Cedarwind, Midwifery: Chalenging the State to Abide by its Laws by Morgan O' Neill, Honoring Midwives by Jillian Hanson, The Power You Hold Within by Kristine Diener, Dreaming Numinous: Birth Dreams, Priestess Path: Becoming Priestess by Edain McCoy

Octava: Feast of Brigit by Beth Hensperger, Festal Foods: Poppyseed Cakes by Beth Hensperger and June Meyer, Festal Herbs: Stinging Netle by Dianna Sicilia, Festal Music: Song for Brigid by Barbara Callan

The Beltane Review: Reviews, Epiphany by Dianna Sicilia

Folder 14: The Beltane Papers, 1999Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Winter 1998-99Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Princess Diana: Flower Bride and Queen of Hearts by Caitlin Matthews, Red Brick by Lenore Plassman, Athene by Sudie Rakusin, Athena's Snake: The Poison of Prophecy by Susie Nightowl, Sphinx: An Enigmatic Goddess by Harita Mona, Stolen by the Rainbow by Judith A. Downey, Bear Power by Anne Wallace Sharp, Priestess Path: Becoming Priestess Part II by Edain McCoy, The Black Madonna: Primordial Ancestress by Deborah Rose, Circling Down Under: Ashela's Story by Beryk Chalk, Dreaming Numinous: Ocean Dream by Venus Bertelsen

Octava: Eleusinian Mysteries by Lise Quinn, The Mexican-American Kitchen: The Realm of the Woman is the Heart of the Home by Beth Hensperger, El Dia De los Muertos by Lise Quinn, La Virgen de Guadalupe y Lise Quinn, Being the True Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe as Told to Me by my Grandmother by Joey Garcia, Waning Moon Ritual by Judith Laura, Athena Centerfold by Sudie Rakusin, Faerie Cakes Recipe, Yule by Lise Quinn, Swedish Recipes

Book 2: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Beltane 1999Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Touched by the Goddess by Amy Sophi Marashinksy, For Love or Simple Bliss by Sheela Adrian, Double Queens of the Amazons by Vicki Noble, Sacred Abortion by Hazel Lewis, Stop the Witch Hunt, Honor the Midwife by Jillian Hanson, Dreaming Numinous by Beryl Chalk, The Maenads by Patricia Monaghan, Joan of Arc by Vicki Leon

Octava: Mother Nature, Mother Earth by Lise Quinn, Goddess 2000 Project by Abby Willowroot, Faerie Centerfold by Katlyn Breene, Beltane Baking: Hot Cross Buns by Beth Hensperger

JBP continued: A Journey to Lilith by Morgan Silverwood, Uppity Women of the World, Untie by Elizabeth Barrette, Last Chance to Catch the Lilith Fair by Kathy Ritter-Weipfenning

The Beltane Review: Looking Back, Standing Still, Stepping Forward: an interview with Christine Downing by Jonel Lyons, Books Tarot and Cd Reviews

Book 3: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Lughnasadh Summer's End 1999Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: Sicilian Goddess Chronicles by Willow LaMonte, Lilith, Eve and the Girls by Miriam Kalman Harris, A Journey to Lilith Part II by Morgan Silverwood, Death Valley by Elizabeth Atwood, Tea in our Time by Luisah Teish, Meeting Yemonja, An Encounter with a Spirit by Ursula De Luna, Adventures with my 900 Number Part two by Zsuzsanna Budapest, The Scented Alter, Reviewed by Amethyst, From Slave to Sultan with Wit by Vicki Leon, Priestess Path by Edain McCoy, Honoring Our Foremothers by Marione Thompson-Helland, Erzulie by Luisah Teish

Octava: Seasonal Sabbats by Lise Quinn, Goddesses of Summer by Lise Quinn, Love Magick by Lise Quinn, Melanzzana Siciliana by Willow LaMonte, The Utterence of Isis by Jezibel, Isis Centerfold by Joanna Powell Colbert, Erotic Tastes by Marione Thompson-Helland, Sacred Sex by Lisa Quinn

The Beltane Review: Books, Tarot and CD Reviews

Book 4: The Beltane Papers: A Journal of Women's Mysteries, Winter's Midst Yule 1999Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Beltane Papers: The Woman Spirit Story by Ruth Mountiangrove, Sicilian Goddess Chronicles: Part II by Willow LaMonte, A Goddess with Breasts with Breast like Mine by Patricia Lynn Reilly, Thealogy Corner by Judith Laura, Epiphany: My Spiritual Quest by Mirella Faur, The Charge of the Goddess by Doreen Valiente

Octava: Inanna in Exile by Lise Quinn, Hymn to Ninkasi (The First Beer Recipe), The Healing of the Temple Door, A Narrative Journey by Melissa Pinol, Oracle Centerfold by Katlyn, Herbal Lore by Julie C. Nunn, Goddess Tastes, Delectable Dates

TBP, continued: Granmother Principles by Suzette Haden Elgin, Priestess Guardian Partnership by Ruth Barrett and Falcon River

The Beltane Review: Journey's through the Dark, Book Reviews

Folder 15: BlendAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Magical Blend Issue 71, 2000Add to your cart.

Contents:

Biodynamic (R)evolution by Victor and Linette Landa. The Relationship between earth, farmer, and food can result in healthy soil, produce and people.

The Legacy of Luna: An Interview with Julia Butterfly Hill by Linda Fleischman. America's "Gandhi", Julia Butterfly talks about how Luna change her life and the environmental movement.

Damanhur-The City of Light  by Michael Miley. Tour this Mountain community where sprituality is practiced, researched, and honed through the arts.

Children of Light: An Interview with Judith Bluestone Polich by Michael Peter Langevin. Are the Mayan energies of the Yucatan and the Incan mysteries of Peru essential to the Earth's future.

Worship in the Woods by Ruth Wilson. Renew mind and spirit on a Sunday walk in the woods.

A Mind to Mow by Gina Mazza Hilier. Can mowing your lawn be a less expensive technique than psychotherapy?

Genetic Engineering: Wonderfood or Frankenfood by Conley Clark. Take chicken and sheep genes, mix with a potato- the result is a potato with skin like a crocodile's. What's next?

What is the Law of One? by W. T. Samsel. Discover your personal relationship with God and reconnect with the Source.

Sprouting a Whole Food Diet: An Interview with Viktoras Kulvinskas by Michael Peter Langevin. Improve your IQ and EQ with a vegetarian alkaline diet and radical approach to eating.

Birthflowers of the Landscape by Linton Wright McKnight. Flower Power! Learn the mystical secrets to a twelve-month blooming garden.

Secrets of Clustered Water: An Interview with Dr. Lee Lorenzen by Uri Dowbenko. Does the fountian of youth really exist? Research reveals the existance of new water structures.

Grounding by J. D. Leone. Invoke a six step ritual to center your mind, body, and spirit.

The Spirit of a Garden by John Osborne. Blend spirit and nature through simple experience of the garden.

Jumping into the Future with Jean Houston: An Interview with by Michael Peter Langevin. Jean discusses the "geography of the soul" and how to call upon your archetypal self.

In the Moment of a Magical Relationship by Ariel and Shya Kane. The ability to listen and forgive can keep the honeymoon in a long and loving relationship.

Making Friends with George Walker: An interview by Linda Fleischman. Friends and Ivory take investing to the next level with their socially responsible funds. Let your money have an effect on the world.

Incubate Yourself: An interview with Brandon Boyd by Sirona Knight with Michael Starwyn. Brandon Boyd of Incubus speaks of lucid dreaming with Sirona Knight.

Amen- Paula Cole: An Interview by John Patrick Gatta. Paula Cole of "Where Have all the Cowboys Gone?" fame, risks it all to write the honest music of Amen.

Building a Feng Shui Friendly Garden by Victoria Bullis. Infuse your yard with chi and bring positive energy to your home and life.

Book 2: Magical Blend Issue 75, 2001Add to your cart.

Contents:

Is God Alive? by Michael Peter Langevin. Magical Blend's publisher explore one of the most important questions in the world today.

What God Means to Humans:

God and humankind: A Timeline. Much has happened within the last 50,000 years to humankind and the way we have connected with God.

How We Know God. Contemporary writers, visionaries, and artists share their thoughts on how they know God is in their lives.

God's Quotebook. The voices of those long gone about who and what God was to them.

A Rationalist's Perspective of God by Mike Richman. A logical perspective of God and the question of Divine existence. Teh author ponderw how we can conclude that there is indeed a Supreme Being.

Where is My Soul?: An Interview with Strong Horse and Rainbow Lightning Deer by Autry Guill. Two Cowboy Shamans share their knowledge with a Texan who is looking for his soul.

Don Miguel Ruiz, Mastering Love and Life: An Interview with don miguel Ruiz by Michael Peter Langevin. This Toltec master helps us to uderstand how to master love and to live by four simple agreements.

A Monk for all Seasons: An Interview with Losang Samten by John Osborne. Losang Samten emigrated from Tibet to India as a child and later came to the US to teach Tibetan Buddhism where he makes every effort to bring ideas and happiness to humankind.

Darwin's Lost Theory of Love: An Interview with David Loye by Frank DeMarco. Charles Darwin has heads shaking again as his newly discovered "lost" theory of evolution surfaces. 

Rx: Mind Power by P. C. Simon. Your mind is a powerhouse of healing energy. Use it to command your body to stay healthy.

Movement through Pilates by Alison Hope. Learn the importance of building a strong torso for balence, revitalized awareness, and elimination of self-criticism.

Practical Astrology by Brian Hill. The second part of a two-part article. Brian Hill continues his discussion of the planetary spheres and how they direct our lives.

Raw Power: An Interview with Stephen Arlin by Fionnuala Barrett. Need more room in your kitchen? Get rid of your stove! Uncooked foods can help you reach new chelons in quality and healthfulness. It's not as radical as you think.

All in the Family: An Interview with Aston "Family Man" Barrett of the Wailers by Brett Lueder. Reggae maste Aston Barrett takes Bob Marley's music on the road as the Wailers.

String Cheese Incident: An Interview with Keith Moseley by Michael Peter Langevin. Guitarist Keith Moseley talks of the band's evolution and the magic they bring to audiences. Are they the new Grateful Dead?

Focusing on Success: 101 Ways: An Interview with Mark Victor Hansen by Sirona Knight and Michael Starwyn. Learn to make goal writing a creative process to getting what you want.

Ecotourism: Vacationing the Green Way by Jonathan Walters. Travel Tenderly around Mother Earth and have fun at the same time-become an ecotourist and put ecology into your travel plans.

The Grace of Assisi by Lauren O. Thyme. A peaceful Italian village offers unconditional love and bliss to those who venture there.

Folder 16: Books of Magic, 1995Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Books of Magic No. 14, July 1995Add to your cart.
graphic novel by DC Vertigo
Book 2: The Books of Magic No. 17, October 1995Add to your cart.
Graphic novel published by DC Vertigo
Folder 17: Breaking the Time BarrierAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Breaking the Time Barrier (The Moira Handbook): Psychic Adventures into the Female Civilisations of the Deep Past with Full Instructions, 1978Add to your cart.

The Moria Handbook. ed Mari Ellens. Oxford: Silver Chalice 1978.

Contents: Guide to the method, Projection 1, Projection 2, Projection Technique, Projection 3, Projection 4, Projection 5, Projection 6, Projection 7, Projection 8, Final Words.

Folder 18: Chatechism of the Children of the GoddessAdd to your cart.
Book 1: The Catechism of the Children of the GoddessAdd to your cart.

Issued under the hand of the goddess by Lux Madriana

Contents: The Origin of the Soul

Deity: the Trinity, the Nature of Deity

Good and Evil: Good and Evil, Imperfect Existence:Matter and Limitation, The Foundation of the Good Action

The Quest of the Soul

Ekklesia Madriana: The Ekklasia of Our Lady, The Cult Domestic, the Personal Devotion.

Book 2: The Creation and The Crystal TabletAdd to your cart.
Issued under the hand of the Goddess by Lux Madriana
Folder 19: The Cauldron, 1980-84Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 20, Halloween 1980Add to your cart.
Contents: Happy Birthday, harvest Home, Pagan Victories, Gerald Gardner and the Hereditary Craft by Lugh, Pagan Roots by John S. Sutcliffe, City Bound Pagans by Simon Musk, Ancient Relic Changes History, Celtic Christianity and Paganism, Eco News, Wine Making by Jon H. Barker, Pan-Pagan Festival, Healing, A Collection of Occult Lectures, Terrestial Astrology: Divination by Geomancy by K.T., The Way of the Goddess by David Briggs, Folk Customs, Keys to Practical Kraft Magic by Gwyn, Magazines and Publications, Exorcist Horror, Curses- Hoaxed Again, Notable Sayings.
Book 2: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 22, Beltane 1981Add to your cart.
Contents: Beltane, the Head Cult in Yorkshire by John Bilingsley, Hey You can't do that Here!, A New Witch Hunt?, Gardner Musuem for Sale?, Pagan Stickers and Folk Art, Vegeterianism is Good for You, Pagans Against Nukes, The Wicker Man, EcoNews, Healing, The Thirteenth Zodiac- The Sign of the Arachne by Ken Hale, Legal Hassles, Aquarian Pagans, Enemies of the Truth, Celtic Art, Tree Magic by Dusty Millar, Music in the Circle by David Stasin, Happy Eostre!, Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture by John Haugh, Rural Utopias? by Helen Detroy, Magazines and Publications, Which Witch is Which- And Does it Realy Matter?, Human Ape Horror.
Book 3: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 24, Samhain 1981Add to your cart.
Contents: Samhain, Persecution 1981, Irish Atlantis?, Military Pagan Recognition, Royal Pagan Nights, Witchcraft and Fertility by Doreen Valiente, Elfane Crafts, Stonehenge Scandal, Pagan Symbols of Yule, Eight Sabbats for Witches by Simon Barlett, Lid off the Cauldron: A Handbook for Witches by Bob Lester, Lines and Circles, Believe it or Not, EcoNews U.S., Making Contact, Blocked Footpaths by D. W. Lee, Exchange Ads, Funny People, Celtic Priest Found.
Book 4: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 25, Imbolc 1982Add to your cart.
Contents: Imbolc, Rites and Wrongs, EcoNews, Sexual Spirituality, Gardner, Harassment and Cosmic Fertility by Cecil Williamson, Pagans in the New Aeon by Simon Musk, Ancient Knowledge and the New Age by Ian McDonald, Technology and Fertility by Tim Holland, Wicca's Future Role by Chales R. Montgomery, A New Pagan Organisation?, Persecution Update, Public Rites, Samhain Seminar: A Peaceful Success by Chas S. Clifton, Iba Ban Refuted? by Stewart Farrer, Ancmon Sell Out, Old Wives' Tales by M.H., The Mysteries of Eleusis D.C.P.  Exchange Ads, Psychic Readings and Healing, Lines and Cirlces, 1982, Pagans Against Nukes, Lost Pagan Heritage,
Book 5: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 31, Lammas 1983Add to your cart.
Contents: Lughnased, Behind the Church door: Part 4 The Devils Doorway by Guy Raglad Phillips, Shropshire Green Man by Rick Osborn, Mayday S.O.S., Equal Rites, Witchcraft and the Qabalah, Think about It by Father Bede Griffiths, Celtic Culture Revived, EcoNews, Wisecraft in Germany by Arivey, The Pickingill Craft by Lugh, What is the Old Religion? by Dusty Millar, Bardic Traditions by Lysia, Establishment Paganism, Animal Liberation, The Wilmington Giant, How to Meditate, Soul Search, Practical Techniques of Psychic Self Defence, Belly Dancing, Think About It, Dreaming the Dark, The Virgin Ideal, The Running Well Mystery, The Triple Goddess, Leylines, The Awakening Earth, Rune Games, Exchange Ads, Psychic Readings, Healing, NewsFlash!, King Arthur's Tomb Found?
Book 6: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 32, Samhain 1983Add to your cart.
Contents: Samhain, Behind the Church Door: Part 5 The Witch on the Wall by Guy Ragland Phillips, Aleister Crowley and the Gardnerian Craft by Lugh, EcoNews, The Mevall Circle by Neville Lebworth, The Triple Goddess by Adam McLean, The Inner and the Outer, Gypsy Lore by June Tovey, Non-Sexist Godhead, Crat Lessons Saved, Cerne Giant Clean Up,Pagan Moot, How Not to be Celtic?, Dragon Power Secrets Revealed, Think  about It, The Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend, Return of the Goddess, Witchcraft and the Sixth Sense, Organic Gardening, Stonehenge and its Mysteries, The Chaldean Oracles of Zoroaster by William Wynn Westcott., Exchange Ads, EcoNews Update.
Book 7: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 33, Imbolc 1984Add to your cart.
Contents: Imbolc, Behind the Church Door: part 6 Here Comes Jack-in-the-Green by Guy Ragland Phillips, Gerald Gardner and the Hereditary Witch Tradition by Lugh, Qabalah and Paganism by Andy Highfield, The Natural Way by Myrddin, Good News Time, Game for a Laugh?, Soap Opera Jink Lexed, Witches Garden Attacked, Keep Christmas Pagan!, Ancmon Quango Fiasco, Cosmic Religion, Prediction Festival, Book Reviews, Book News Update, Exchange Ads, Celtic Workshop,
Book 8: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 34, Beltane 1984Add to your cart.
Contents: Beltane, Behind the Church Door Part 7 Secrets in the Churchyard by Guy Ragland Phillips, Anglesey Graveyard Mystery, The Gardnerian Charge by Doreen Valiente and Lugh, Paganism and the Qabalah, German Mayday Customs, Witch Musuem News, Who Was Jesus?, Pagan Christians, Sacrificial Offerings, Book Reviews, Ancmon Rumblings, Anti-Religion Law?, Lincoln Imp Shock Horror Scandal, Pagan Megalith Liberated, Exchange Ads, Sacred Tree Trust
Book 9: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 35, Lammas 1984Add to your cart.
Contents: Lughnasadh, TC has Moved!, Behind the Church Door part 7 the Sacrificial Martyrs by Guy Ragland Phillips, Gardnerian Wicca, Tanta and the Cambridge Coven by Lugh, Gardner's Book of Shadows by Cecil Williamson, Liverpool's Garden Festival- A Pagan Celibration by Tina Pye, Yggdrasil by Mikael hedlund and Mikael W. Gejel, The Great God Sam, The Hooded Man, Morris Miners, Lincoln Imp Horror, Ancmon Vandals Egged On, Thor Strikes Again?, Old Religion Not New Faith, Celestial Images by A. C. Highfield, Think about It by J. C. Cooper, Think About It by Dion Fortune, Think About It
Book 10: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 36, Samhain/Yule 1984Add to your cart.
Contents: Samhain, Change of Publication Date, Behind the Church Door Part 8 The Pagan Normans by Guy Ragland Phillips, The Pickingill Craft by Lugh, Gerald Gardner and the Fomative Years by Cecil Williamson, Witchcraft and the Media, Progressive Christianity, Folk Medicine, Societ News, Iron Age Sacrifice? Media Contact Network, No Sex Equality Please- We Are Leyhunters, Scrying by Valerie Mitchell, Think About It, Book News,
Folder 20: The Cauldron, 1985-87Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 37, Spring 1985Add to your cart.
Contents: New TC Logo, Magical Megalitic by Kevin Price, Pagan Churches Riddle, The Pickingill Craft by Lugh, Pagans and Feminism by Ken Hale, A Set of Values not Beliefs by Starhawk, Holy Smoke!, Satanic Grottos, The Western Mysteries by Derek Latimer, Think About It, Atlantis Myth, New Stonehenge Plans Revealed, Positive Publicity, Hitech Paganism, Lapps Definately Not Amused, Media Watchdog Savages Reporter, Book Reviews, Think About It, Odinism Survives by Martyn H. Taylor,
Book 2: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 39, Winter 1985Add to your cart.
Contents: The Pagan Bible by Mike Howard, Stonehenge, Spirituality and Politics by Prudence Jones, Elemental Sanity, The Feminine Principle, The Worship of Isis by Dion Fortune, Sacred Groves, Pagan PIX Request by Andy Highfield, Negative Technology by Val Dobson, Fellowship of Isis Ridiculed, Real Paganism, Think About It,
Book 3: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 40, Yule 1985Add to your cart.
Contents: Mea Culpa, Ted Hughes: Pagan Laureate? by Cliff Ashcroft, The Origins of Modern Druidism by Mike Howard, Robert Graves, Pagan Vetting, Born Again Pagans?, Midsummer Rites at Stonehenge, Green Spirituality by Mike Howard, Pagan Shrines Discovered, Thoughts and Meditations by Tammuz, Hestia by Su Blekley, The Udnerworld Initiation by R. J. Stewart,  Book Reviews.
Book 4: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 41, Spring 1986Add to your cart.
Contents: Happy Birthday TC!, The Goddess in the Northern Mysteries by Michael Howard, Stonehenge Deadlock, Swastikas Banned, BBC Disprove Leys Shock Horror, Earth Magic Censored?, The Stones of Orkney by Margaret and Graham Matthews, Space Age Disaster, Near death Experiences, The 100th Monkey Situation by Peter Dickens, Weaving Together Earth and Sky, New Book Reviews, TC Small Ads, Exchange Ads.
Book 5: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 42, Summer 1986Add to your cart.
Contents: Seasonal Changes by Peter Larkworthy, Paganism in the Modern World by Jullian Phillips, Earth Magic Success by Marian Green, Our Lady's Prayer, Aquarian Aid by the Sirius Cabal, Shadows in a Mirror by Mike Howard, The Nordic Creation Myth by David Peterson, Stonehenege Update, Alternative Healing, New Book Reviews, TC Small Ads, Exchange Ads.
Book 6: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 43, Autumn 1986Add to your cart.
Contents: Subscription Changes, The Ancient Churches of West Wales by Mike Howard, Colin Murray, Stonehenge 1986, Avebury Sinking?, Long Meg Sold, The Dark Goddess, Medicine Movie, The First Merlin Conference, The Pagan Funeral Trust, Sami Disaster, Religious Wildlife Quest, New Light on the Dark Ages and Celtic Society, New Book Reviews, TC Small Ads, Intellectual Mutterings, Old Mother Shipton, Pagan Aristos?, Think About It, Exchange Ads,
Book 7: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 45, Spring 1987Add to your cart.
Contents: Dianic Worship in Medieval Spain by Mike Howard, Stonehenge News, Old Syones Threatened, Valentine's Day, The Witch of Brandon by Julia Phillips, TC Paganism and Christianity, The Crone by Delia and Pete Phillips, Sacrafice, Science and Superstition, Welsh Arabs and Black Greeks, Prehistoric Rock Mystery, Secret Chamber Under Pyramid?, Racist Elves, Arthurian Relics Celebrated, Priestesses-A Step Forward, Pagan Holidays, Think About It by Ralph Waldo Trine, New Book Reviews, TC Small Ads, Exchange Ads,
Book 8: The Cauldron: Pagan Journal of the Old Religion No. 47, Autumn 1987Add to your cart.
Contents: Sirius-The Double Star by Ayesha, Japan: Still Pagan After all These Years? by John Billingsley, Teh Evolution of Isis by Lilith Babellon, The Goddess in Ancient Britain by E. W. Liddell, Information Wanted, Halloween Pray In,Stone Circle Offcially Vandalized, Goddess Temple Opened, Pagans on Radio, Masonic Mumblings, Pagan Rite Raided Shock Horror Sensation, Aristocratic Solstice Celebrations, New Book Reviews, TC Small Ads, Exchange Ads, May the Life Force be With You
Folder 21: Church of All Worlds- Calendar, 1993Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Church of All Worlds- Membership Handbook, 1994Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Circle Guide To Pagan GroupsAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Circle Guide to Pagan Groups: A Nature Spirituality Networking SourcebookAdd to your cart.

Circle Guide to Pagan Groups: A Nature Spirituality Networking Sourcebook. edited by Selena Fox, Dennis Carpenter, Theresa Jones, Tenth Edition.

Contents: List of Pagan Goups organized by state with information on the group with their address, phone number, and email address.

Book 2: Circle Guide to Pagan Groups: A Nature Spirituality Networking Sourcebook, 2001-2002Add to your cart.

Circle Guide to Pagan Groups: A Nature Spirituality Networking Sourcebook. edited by Selena Fox, Dennis Carpenter, Theresa Berrie, Thirteenth Edition. 2001-2002.

Contents: List of Pagan Goups organized by state with information on the group with their address, phone number, and email address.

Book 3: Circle Guide to Pagan Groups: A Nature Spirituality Networking Sourcebook, 2003Add to your cart.

Circle Guide to Pagan Groups: A Nature Spirituality Networking Sourcebook. edited by Selena Fox, Dennis Carpenter, Theresa Berrie and Gwyn Padden, Fourteenth Edition, 2003.

Contents: List of Pagan Goups organized by state with information on the group with their address, phone number, and email address.

Folder 24: Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan ResourcesAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources., 1979Add to your cart.

Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources. Compiled by Selena Fox. Artwork and Calligraphy by Dirk Dykstra. Madison: A Circle Publication. List of resources with name and citation.

Contents: Books on: Wicca and Paganism, Goddess Cultures and Women's Spirituality, Celtic and Druidic Studies, Scandanavian Paganism, Welsh Paganism, Gypsy Ways, African Folkways,  Native American Paths and Shamanism, Ancient Religions and Mythology, Spellcraft, Magickal-Psychic-Spiritual Development, Gemstone Energies, Herbology, Natural Living,  Stone Circles and Earth Mysteries, Pagan and Magickal Tales, and Children's Books.

Periodicals: Almanacs and Calendars, Wicca and Pagan Newsletters and Magazines, Occult-New Age- Psychic-Spiritual Development Periodicals.

Arts: Directory of Pagan-Occult Artists, About the Circle Arts Exchange.

Music: Wicca and Pagan Music, Magick Womansongs, Celtic and British Isles Music, Other Magickal Ethnic Music, New Age Meditation Music, Directory of Pagan Musicians Singers and Dancers.

Supplies: Mail Order Supplies, Occult Stores.

Contacts:  Referral Services, Directories, Fellowships, Coven Networks, Resource Centers, Festivals, and Gatherings.

Book 2: Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources., 1980Add to your cart.

Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources. Compiled by Selena Fox. Illustrated by Sarah White. Madison: A Circle Publication. List of resources with name and citation.

Contents: Books on: Wicca and Paganism, Goddess Worship and Feminist Spirituality, Cletic and Druidic Studies, Scandanavian-Germanic Paganism and Odinism, Gypsy Ways, African Folkways and Voodoo,  Native American Ways and Shamanism, Ancient Religions and Mythology, Spellcraft, Magickal-Psychic-Spiritual Development, Herbology, Natural Living, Gemstone Energies, Stone Circles and Earth Mysteries, Pagan and Magickal Tales, Readings for Pagan Children.

Periodicals On: Paganism, Women's Feminist Spirituality, Men's Feminist Spirituality, Native American Ways, Magickal Psychology, Norse Paganism and Odinism, Ceremonial Magick,  Earth Mysteries, Ley Lines, Stone Circles,  Calendars.

Arts: Directory of Pagan-Occult Artists.

Music: Wicca and Pagan Music, Magickal Womansongs, Magickal Celtic Music, Other Magickal Ethnic Music, New Age-Magickal-Mystical Music, Directory of Pagan Musicians Singers and Dancers.

Supplies: Mail Order Supplies, Occult Stores.

Contacts: Guidlines for Making Contact, Directory of Wiccan, pagan and Magickal Groups in U.S. and Canada, International Pagan Networks, Pagan-Occult Directories, Festivals, and Gatherings.

Folder 25: Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources, 1982-85Add to your cart.
Book 1: Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources, 1982-83Add to your cart.

Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources. Compiled by Selena Fox. Illustrated by Sarah White. Madison: A Circle Publication. List of resources with name and citation.

Contents: Books on: Wicca and Paganism, Goddess Worship and Feminist Spirituality, Cletic and Druidic Studies, Scandanavian-Germanic Paganism and Odinism, Gypsy Ways, African Folkways and Voodoo,  Native American Ways adn Shamanism, Ancient Religions and Mythology, Spellcraft, Magickal-Psychic-Spiritual Development, herbology, Natural Living, Gemstone Energies, Stone Circles and Earth Mysteries, Pagan and Magickal Tales, Readings for Pagan Children.

Periodicals On: Paganism, Wicca, Goddess Worship and Shamanism, Ceremonial Magick, Science Fiction and Fantasy Magicks, Feminist and Gay Spirituality, Earth Mysteries, New Age, Natural Living and Metaphysical Paths, Calendars.

Arts: Directory of Pagan-Occult Artists. 

Music: Wicca and Pagan Music, Magickal Womansongs, Magickal Celtic Music, Other Magickal Ethnic Music, New Age-Magickal-Mystical Music, Directory of Pagan Musicians Singers and Dancers.

Supplies: Mail Order Supplies, Occult Stores.

Contacts: Guidlines for Making Contact, Directory of Wiccan, pagan and Magickal Groups in U.S. and Canada, International Pagan Networks, Pagan-Occult Directories, Festivals, and Gatherings.

Book 2: Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources., 1984-1985Add to your cart.

Circle Guide to Wicca and Pagan Resources. Compiled by Selena Fox. Mt Horeb: A Circle Publication.  List of resources with name and citation.

Contents:

Periodicals: Pagan Newsletters and Magazines, Calendars and Alamnacs, and Other Periodicals

Music: Listings of Musicians, Magicircle Recordings

Arts: Listings of Artists

Supplies: Mail Order Suppliers, Circle's Book Servces, Display Ads, Stores and Distributors

Services: Listings of Providers of Services

Groups: On Making Contact, Groups ad Networks in USA and Canada, Contacts Outside USA and Canada, Gatherings

Magickal Places

Folder 26: The Coming Age: Nativity Issue No. 5, January 1977Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Coming Season: Major Festivals and Minor Festivals, The Advent of Nativity, The Rythm of Life, The Children of Heaven, A Nativity Meditation, The Meaning of Nativity, The Coming Season, A Legend of the Three Crowns, Dancing to the Music of the Spheres, Symbolism: The Star and the Sacred Grove, Penance: What it Really Means, a Subject for Moura, What is Happening, Appeal for Issue Six

Folder 27: The Coming Age: The Easter Issue No. 6, 1978Add to your cart.
Contents: The Forces of Darkness by Camilla, The Hanged One by Sister Julia and Sister Angelina, Discovering the Goddess, Art and Spirit by Sister Angelina, Like a Dove Into the Flame: The Exprience of Initiation by Sister Alethea, An Exorcism, The Coming Season: Festival Meanings and Celebration, The Talking Wells, The Truth About Easter, Book Reviews, Symbolism: Water and the Willow,
Folder 28: The Coming Age: Fairies What are They No. 7, Summer 1978Add to your cart.
Contents: Spirits of Nature by Sister Celestia, The Three Lives by Sister Angelina, Who is Moira? by Sister Alathae, Moira's Day Meditation, A Question of Balance by Chrysothemis, The Coming Season: Festival Meanings and Celebration, The Breach in the World Wall, Sappho Speaks, Rosa Mundi Meditation, Being Human, Discovering the Goddess by Selina, Symbolism: the Rose and the Way by Sister Julia,
Folder 29: The Coming Age: Death the Great Adventure No. 8, Autumn 1978Add to your cart.
Contents: Death: The Great Adventure, Work in Progress, The Mirror of Wisdom, A Leap Through Time, The Perfect Devotion, The Coming Season, Singing Heart, The Meaning of a Life, Book Reviews, Symbolism: The Apple and the Mountain.
Folder 30: The Coming Age: Nativity Issue No. 9, Winter 1978Add to your cart.
Contents: The Temple of Hestia, Work in Progress, Walking with our Lady, Discovering the Goddess, Work and the Myth of Progress, She Who is Comming, The Coming Season, The Legend of Carminta, Nativity, The Three Princesses, The Comming Season 2, Symbolism: The Cave
Folder 31: The Coming Age: Easter Issue, No. 10, Spring 1979Add to your cart.
Contents: The Power of Immagination, Work in Progress, The Darkest Hour, Easter, Who is Our Lady?, The Coming Season, Story: The Valley of the Well, Book Reviews, Symbolism: The Heart and the Moon-Axe, The Coming Season 2, Tales from Eternity.
Folder 32: The Coming Age: The Amazons Truth's Last Stand No. 11, Summer 1979Add to your cart.
Contents: Amazons, Love: The Soul's Aspiration, The Wheel of Moira, The Sword of Truth, The Coming Season, Story: Cordelia and Imogen, The Road to the Future, Symbolism: The Wheel and the Chariot, Work in Progress, With God as our Princess.
Folder 33: The Coming Age: Autumn Issue No. 12, Autumn 1979Add to your cart.
Contents: Black Alchemy, Work in Progress, Hail Inanna!, Scenes from a Madrian Childhood, Fools' Perspective, The Coming Season, Story: Kern's Quest, Book Reviews, Symbolism: The Horse and the Unicorn, The Undiscovered Country.
Folder 34: The Coming Age: Childhood, Youth and Maturity, the Matriarchial Way of Growing Up No. 14, Easter 1980Add to your cart.
Contents: Flowers, Work In Progress, Scenes from a Madrian Childhood, Inanna: Valliant and Victorious, Childhood Youth and Maturity, The Comming Season, Story: The Water of Life, The Coming Season 2, Language and Progress, Anarchy or Order?, Symbolism: The Chalice and the Grail, The New Year.
Folder 35: The Coming Age: The Amazons in Sain Arien No. 15, 1980Add to your cart.
Contents: The Three Eternal Truths, A Man's Place, Discovering the Goddess, the Art of Adoration, the Coming Season, the Great Crusade, A Tentacle in Every Home, Idoloclasm, Disintegration, Shearwind and the Urchin, Symbolism: The Holy City, Measures of Wisdom.
Folder 36: Creation SpiritualityAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Creation Spirituality, VII.1, January/February 1991Add to your cart.

Contents:

A Celtic Spirituality for Today by Daniel Martin. The Celtic tradition continues to influence our faith and culture.

Jousting with the Jackal by Madeleine O'Callaghan. An Irish woman's mythic struggle with God.

Singer of Eire. Matthew Fox interviews renowned Irish singer Noirin ni Riain.

The Rebirth of Nature by Rupert Sheldrake. A preview of the famous biochemist's new book on evolutionary creativity and mysticism.

The Druids of Ireland by Dolores Whelan. How the Celtic native tradition preached Christ before Christiantiy.

A Salvadoran Transformation by Dan Turner. An experience of beauty and suffering among the poor in El Salvador.

Five Paradigms of Celtic Spirituality by Mary Wickham, RSM. Images that communicate the Celtic Spiritual tradition.

Creation Spirituality in Ireland by Pilip Quirke. A sacred site occasions a deep experience of faith.

Addiction in Overdevloped Cultures by Matthew Fox. A selection form Matthew Fox's new book on a liberation theology for first-world people.

Searching out a New Story by Mary D'Arcy, RSM. The Celtic view was an incarnational story.

The Ride to Wounded Knee, an interview with filmmakers recording the centennial.

On Being Human. Jean Lanier reflects on her trip to China.

Dreamin Deep and Surfacing. Jeremy Taylor appeals to our dreams for solutions to international conflicts.

Creating Ritual. Joan McMillen brings magic to our daily lives.

Deep Ecumenism. John R. Mabry on Hindu myth and the paradigm shift.

Voices of the Mystics. Creation Spirituality in our prisons

Reviews

Book 2: Creation Spirituality V11.4, July/August 1991Add to your cart.

Contents: Die if You Must, but Never Kill by S. Brian Willson. A spirituality for recovering from the American Way of Life.

Men Spirituality and Violence by Paul Kivel. Transforming the will to control into the courage to be.

"Rites of Passage" and "There Should Be Songs for Them" by Jim Kellerman and Lee Mun Wah. Poems of mortality and new birth.

Creation Spirituality and the Recovery of the Spiritual Warrior by Matthew Fox. Instruction from the Four Paths for Modern-Day prophets.

A Dinner Dialogue by Melissa Peebles. Women discuss their points of view on the men's spirituality movement.

In Search of the New Male and the Very Old by Neil Douglas-Klotz. A comparision of four of the topsellign books on men's issues.

The Pacem in Terris Story by Frederick Franck. A visionary artist tells about the evolution of a most unusual work of art.

River-Root by William Everson. An Excerpt from Everson's deeply evocative and erotic poem.

Gay Male Mythology: A Foundation for Men's Spirituality by Robert Barzan. An appeal for myths to reshape our thinking and feeling about sexuality, about being men and being human.

The Burning Times Rage On Today by Suzanne Nadon. An interview with Donna Read, courageous filmaker on women's issues.

A Creation-Centered Church Community by Ned Reidy. On finding, joining, and maintaining a Creation-Centered community.

Dreaming Deep and Surfacing. Jeremy Taylor on solitary dream-working.

On Being Human. Jean Lanier talks about being "older"

Deep Ecumenism. John R. Mabry on androgyny

Creating Ritual by Joe Kilikevice, O.P. on creating male spirit.

Folder 37: Century Magazine Vol. XXXVII No. 4, February 1889Add to your cart.

Contents:  Gerome the Artist by Fanny Field Hering

Pictures of the Far West by Mary Hallock Foote

Exiles at Irkutsk by George Kennan

Strange True Stories of Louisiana by George W. Cable

Fruition by Kate Putnam Osgood

Revival of Hand Spinning and Weaving in Westmoreland by Albert Fleming

The Romance of Dollard by Mary Hartwell Catherwood

Old Italian Masters by W.J.Stillman

The All-Kind Mother by James Whitcomb Riley

Lincoln: The Removal of McClellan-Financial Measures-Seward and Chase by J.G. Nicolay, John Hay

Slow-Burning Construction by Edward Atkinson

Two Negatives by Mary Spear Tiernan

Estrangement by Langdon Elwyn Mitchell

Fairies and Druids of Ireland by Charles de Kay

Under the Redwood Tree by George H. Jessop

Peaked Rock by Caroline Hazard

The Portraits of Mary, Queen of Scots by Laurence Hutton

Safeguards of the Suffrage by Washington Gladden

A Question of Command at Franklin/The Canal at Island No. 10 by General D.S. Stanley, General J.D. Cox, Colonel Henry Stone, Captain M. Randolph, Colonel George A. Williams

The Imperfections of American Law Procedure

Lunch Law as an Argument for Law Reform

A Centennial Historical Exhibition

French Masters and American Art Students

American Artists on Gerome.

Machine Guns

Coming from the Fields by H.S. Edwards

A Natural Conclusion by Julie M. Lippmann

The Devil's Balloon by Frank Dempster Shermann

Two Valentines

Box 19: Periodicals D-GAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Discover: The World of Science, 1993Add to your cart.
Book 1: Discover: The World of Science 14.5, May 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: The Last World by Dava Sobel. NASA Scientists are thinking small but ambitious. They're preparing a tiny spacecraft for a long, cold trip to the edge of the solar system and an intimate rendevous with our only unexploed planetary neighbor: weird little Pluto.

Waves of Creation by Ellen Ruppel Shell. Species come and species go- but why do they do it all together, in a rush? Elisabeth Vrba thinks the answer lies in abrupt climate shifts that force all creatures to change their ways-or die.

Forgiveness Math by Thomas A. Bass. Unselfishness should have been snuffed out quickly in a world ruled by the survival of the fitest. A series of mathematical games explains why it's still with us.

The Magician and the Rattlesnake by Thomas Palmer. Throughout the lofty recesses of the Blue Ridge, snake hunter W. H. Martin searches for  a beleaguered, misunderstood reptile.

Life Beyond Boiling by Will Hively. Some living things actually like taking a 212-degree bath. Sure, they're only microbes- but they may be kin to the first creatures on Earth.

Building to Code by Jared Diamond. Like the margin of safety an engineer designs into a structure, we all have a biological safety code for our various body parts. But when is safe safe enough?

Breakthroughs. Pathetic photons, inching through Texas, shrinking cat brains, revenge of the undersexed wimps, neutron noodles, sorting cows, mud-wrestling's dark side, and more.

Computer Watch. Eating Bach.

Climate Watch. World's end.

Genetics Watch. Double-jeopardy gene.

Star Watch. Oldest stars of the Milky Way.

Vital Signs by Elisabeth Rosenthal. A misguided attack.

Commentary by Richard G. Teske. E.T. may have no phone.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Among the bug lovers.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. King of the heavens.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Street smarts.

Book 2: Discover: The World of Science 14.6, June 1993Add to your cart.

Contents:

Touching the Phantom by James Shreeve. After chasing shostly sensations from missing fingers all the way to the brain itself, neuroscientists are closing in on the secret of touch.

Good Vibrations by Jo Ann C. Gutin. Only recently have auditory investigators started to crack the mysteries of the tiny inner ear and its thousand of dancing hair cells.

The Vision Thing: Mainly in the Brain by Denise Grady.

Researchers know the eye picks up blotches of color, lines of contrast, and shading of depth, but they're still debating how the brain puts those pieces together.

In the Realm of the Chemical by David H. Freedman. Smell and taste let us literally take in the world around us. They're our "primitive" senses, yet they call forth astonishingly complex responses.

Making Senses by Carl Zimmer. Restoring touch, sight, and hearing with machines is now a dream within reach. But it's a dream that causes some to worry.

Breakthroughs. Blaming the pig, light in the twig, animal farm, volcanic harm, raucous tone, deep-diving drone, and more.

Star Watch. Stellar death, bubbly birth.

Medicine Watch. The fight against malaria.

Tech Watch. Computer as engineer.

Animal Watch. Sunstruck bunnies.

Evolution Watch. The arrow of complexity.

Personal Tech. Maglev railroading.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Blue-sky stargazing.

Commentary by Jerold M. Lowenstein. The transplant fantasy.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. A shot of real life.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Genetic jewelry.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Monkeying with empathy.

Brain Bogglers by Thomas Chastain. The end of Alden?

Book 3: Discover: The World of Science 14. 7, July 1993Add to your cart.

Contents:

Escape from 3-D by K. C. Cole. Welcome to the amazing world of higher dimensions, where even enormously complicated situations can unfold into simple symmetries and shapes.

Back to Nature by Peter Radetsky. It's one thing to save an endangered animal by breeding it in captivity. But what about preserving its behavior? Not everyone, biologists are discovering, is born to be wild.

The parason Effect by David Berreby. In the industrially blessed Northern hemisphere, we've created an umbrella of light-reflecting haze that offsets the greenhouse effect. But don;t celebrate just yet.

Paleolithic Paint Job by Roger Lewin. Tens of thousands of years ago, Ice Age artists projected a vision of their world onto cave walls. How can the modern mind get closer to those lost moments of creation?

Gravity Wave Sky by Marcia Bartusiak. Don't look now, but within a few years a whole new universe should open up to the eyes or ears of astronomers.

Breakthroughs. Transvestite fish, pseudo-spit, McKinley rising, journey through a cow, buzzer in the brain, Earth's angel, dino death spot, and more.

Climate Watch. Plants vs. animals

Animal Watch. Creature from the Carboniferous.

Weather Watch. Ball lightning

Medicine Watch. Beginnings of lupus.

Personal Tech. Art for everyman.

Commentary by Marvin Minsky. Robot Rights.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Ringing the heavens.

Vital Signs by Abigail Zuger. Sickness unto death.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Now are you happy?

Brain Bogglers by Solomon W. Golomb. Adding 'em up at Alvin's

Book 4: Discover: The World of Science 14.8, August 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: The Long Shot by Mark Caldwell. In 1983, when the AIDS epidemic was young, it was easy to promise a vaccine. Ten years and more than a million deaths later no one is talking about quick fixes. Why?

Blood Money by Mark Hunter. Many of France's hemophiliacs are dying of AIDS because they were knowingly given tainted blood. What possessed French officials to pursue such a callous policy? L'economie, stupide.

Golden Window on a Lost World by Virginia Morell. Perfectly preserved in the crystalline time capsule of amber, insects, frogs and flowers tell us what life was like 30 million years ago.

Escape from Stupid World by Christopher Wills. Evolution has granted us the distinction of being the smartest of a smart set of animals. But our brainpower might not just set us apart- it might also set us up for extinction.

Life in a Whirl by Steven Vogel. Vortices may not do more for you than get your knickers in a twist. But for a host of other clever creatures they offer up a range of priceless opportunities.

Breakthroughs. Walk of the ancestors, th etiniest bridge, explosive popcorn, storng-boned Englishwomen, tombstone news, a shattered comet and more.

Animal Watch. The electrigying starnosed mole.

Medicine Watch. The maggot's touch

Star Watch. Gamma-rama.

Biology Watch. reversal of organs.

Commentary by Roald Hoffmann. The lure of the unnatural.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Inefficiency experts.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Catch a shooting star.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Hell-bent geology.

Vital Signs by Brian J. Waldron. The grip of asthma.

Brian Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Sultan of swaps.

Folder 2: Discover: The World of Science, 1993Add to your cart.
Book 1: Discover: The World of Science 14.9, September 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: Jurassic Sea Monsters by Robert Bakker. One hundred sixty million years ago, life among the great creatures of the deep was every bit as dramatic as it was among the giant land-treading dinosaurs. So was death.

Of Parasites and Pollens by Peter Radetsky. An idle immune system, with no wormy invaders to worry about, may get up to all manner of allergic mischief.

Revelations of Rat Scat by Karen Wright. Waste not, want not: researchers from a host of different fields- biology, climatology, archeology, ecology- have lately turned to an invaluable, and unusual, fossil resource.

The Flat Face of Technology, photographs by Michael Davidson. In the mysterious wold of ultrathin creation, less is definitely more.

Sex and the Female Agenda by Jared Diamond. Most species have sex only when the female is feritle. But not always-ready humans: men don't know when women are fertile; nor do the women themselves. In the name of evolution, what's the point?

Breakthroughs. Blindfolded ducks, the outer limits, Van Allen's friend, breathy computers, worms under stress, Cosi fan Bambini, humans under stress, breathless ant, and more.

Geo Watch. hot rock under Seattle.

Chemistry Watch. Stuffed buckyballs.

Planet Watch. Requiem for a hypothesis.

Medicine Watch. Universal blood.

Personal Tech. Scientific illiteracy.

Commentary by CIndy Lee Van Dover. Knowing the ocean.

Vital Signs by Bruce H. Dobkin. An unwanted brainstorm

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Nerd evolution.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Vesta come calling.

Brain Bogglers by Paul Hewsinkveld. Tubes of trouble.

Book 2: Discover: The World of Science 14. 10, October 1993Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Ultimate Vanishing by Tim Folger. Black holes swallow everything, but just where does everything go? Two decades ago Stephen Hawking first framed this enigma. Physicists are still struggling to resolve it.

1993 Discover Awards intorduction by Al Gore. For the fourth year in a row the magazine is honoring breakthrough technologies and the visionaries behind them.

The Trembling Giant by Michael C. Grant. Lurking in southern Utah is the most massive organism on Earth: a clump of 47,000 aspen trees functioning as a single, 13-million-pound individual named Pando.

Coming to America by David J. Meltzer. A mix of modern genetics and old-fashioned archeology is forcing us to take a hard look at Monte Verde- a site in Chile that may completely change our ideas about when people first found the New World.

Dinosaur Deconstruction by Stephen Jay Gould. We may think of illustrations as fanciful adjucts to the hard truths of science. But in fact our whole understanding of the past is inticately wrapped up in our depiction of it.

The High Life by Douglas Gantenbein. At 8,000 feet and up, weird stuff happens to the human body-it can literally drown in its own fluids. Yet somhow Sherpas, Quecha, and other people in high place manage to thrive.

Breakthroughs. Turtles fight back, the Mennonites' disease, holographic storerooms, a beluga is born, underrated gravity, Io glow, rare air, and more.

Perception Watch. Switching senses.

Environment Watch. Self-perpetuating ozone hole

Genetics Watch. Inheriting violence.

Commentary by Anne Fausto-Sterling. The sex and size of intelligence.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. A visible, divisible human.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Storming the gates of reason.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Morphed, mean and hungry.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Only a quarter moon.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Numbers, spies, and lies.

Book 3: Discover: The World of Science 14.11, November 1993Add to your cart.

Contents:

Ten Great Science Museums. Ten of our favorite writers and adventurers take a look at ten institutions that make a difference. By Oliver Sacks, John Edgar Wideman, Edward O. Wilson, Stephen Jay Gould, John McPhee,Buzz Aldrin, Diane Ackerman, Judith Stone, Sue Hubbell, and Alan Lightman. Photographs by Richard Ross.

Secrets of the Shamans by Mary Roach. Western ethnobotanists are beting Third World brushes for medicinal plants and the healers who know how to use them.

A case of Nerves by Daniel Grossman and Seth Shulan. In Utah the U.S. Army is about to start destorying its arsenal of chemical weapons. Everyone thinks that's a good idea. But not everyone's happy about sending lethal poisons up the smokestack.

The Infection Unto Death by Jo Ann C. Gutin. Despite our unparalleled medical technology, patients in twentieth-century intensive care are being kiled by a nineteenth-century enemy. And it's getting worse.

Life in the Deep. The ocean is a menagerie of plants and animals of a diversity we're only beginning to fathom.

Harder than Diamon is not Fastr than Light by Paul Preuss. There's no limit to what scientists can cook up these days with clever equations and fast computers.

Breakthroughs. Trot, stot, or die; underwater wooing; the other side of thalidomide; big nuts on top; garbage you can wear; Heisenberg's revenge; and more.

Insect Watch. Bugs before blossoms.

Climate Watch. Planetary spin doctors. 

Anthropology Watch. Australopithecines in the noonday sun.

Evolution Watch. Isthmus mystery.

Commentary by Robert Root-Bernstein. Stretching the truth from here to there.

Night Watchamn by Bob Berman. Mercurial misses.

Ligth Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Proud passel of parasites.

Vital Signs by Elisabeth Rosenthal. A presumption of pain.

Brain Bogglers by Paul Heusinkveld. Tube Job.

Book 4: Discover: The World of Science 14.12, December 1993Add to your cart.

Contents:

Death at the Corners by Denise Grady. A mysterious and deadly new illness broke out in the Southwest, this year, fanning suspicion, fear of contagion, and prejudice. In fact, the cause of the affliction may have been with us all along.

Between Home and the Abyss by Robert Kunzig. When you're poking about in the deep sea, you dont need giant squid or maelstroms to induce terror. All you need is 6,900 feet of ocean above you and a sub that refuses to rise.

Venus Exposed by Robert Naeye with photographs by David Anderson. you may have seen pictures of our mysterious sister planet, but you've never seen what it actually looks like.

The Cinderella Particle by  Hans Christian Von Baeyer. That obscure little misfit in the particle zoo- the muon-has emerged as the darling of physicists who want to explore the hard-to-reach spaces of the atomic world.

Hunting Down Huntington's by Andrew Revkin. Nancy Wexler's name has become inextricably linked to the search for the Huntington's disease gene. maybe that's because her fate is inextricably linked to the disease itself.

Killer Culture by Glen Martin. Like humans, killer whales live in oscieties bounded by language and tradition. And just like their human counterparts, one orca society may want nothing to do with another.

Breakthroughs. What the reptiles ate,chicken litter, underwater waves, buckyballs and AIDS, here's radon in your eye, Alzheimer's skin test, mystery planet, surrogoat mother, seeds of space, the sounds of signing, and more.

Star Watch. Black holes everywhere.

Climate Watch. Carbon everywhere too.

Computer Watch. Translating Chinese.

Biology Watch. The way of the worm.

Personal Tech. Baloons to the rescue.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Cape Kansas.

Science classics by Larry Gonick. Le style, c'est l'homme.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Levels of suspicion.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Aurora lure.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Weddings of witches.

Folder 3: Discover: The World of Science, 1994Add to your cart.
Book 1: Discover: The World of Science 15.1, January 1994Add to your cart.

Contents:

Earth Sciences. Earth's greatest hits, rivers in the sky, nuclear seismology, Siberian deluge, and a fire beneath the ice.

Human Origins. Tales of the Neandertahls: where they came from, what they were, and who they ate.

Animals. warm-blooded fish, and a new cow under the sun

AIDS. The few who are resistant, and a mouse that, fortunately, isn't.

Paleontology. Earliest dino, claws of a weird bird, claws of an early bird, pint-size mammoths, and older-than-dino DNA.

Space. The undead station, a still-dead observer, Delta dawn, Russian space mirror, and a star in the east-and west and north and south.

Math. Fermat laid to rest, inescapable order, and the way of the ant.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Evolution of the ha-ha.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Sirius matters.

Vital Signs by Daniel C. Weaver. The Bloody-minded detective

Brain Bogglers by Paul Heusinkveld. A maze for the living.

Book 2: Discover: The World of Science 15.2, February 1994Add to your cart.

Contents:

Masters of an Ancient Sky by Carl Zimmer. For 160 million years, while dinosaurs ruled the Earth below, pterosaurs rule the air above. In many ways these bizarre flying reptiles were unlike anything we've ever seen. But in some ways they were uncannily familiar.

Science Police by Edward Dolnick. Walter Stewart and Ned Feder have made careers out of investigating claims of scientific fraud, They see it as their moral duty. Their kindest critics see it as zealotry, tinged with jealousy.

Raising the Dead by Richard Selzer. For more than three weeks a man lay in a coma, sliding toward an unpreventable death. Who better to write about his life in that coma-and his subsequent death-than the coamtose man himself.

How Africa became Black by Jared Diamond. A Primer on how to conquer a continent: First you stake out some good land, dometicate some plants, and aquire some cattle. Then you take the whole show on the road.

Welcome to Femtoland by Gary Taubes. The incredibly fast-paced world of molecular matings is finally stopped for our inspection, illuminated with bursts of laser light that last only a few quadrillionths of a second.

Breakthrougs. Rhesus peaces, placental shield, why 3.5 million degrees?, a tyrannosaur's privates, tree kills bivalves, man stalks bugs,the wiles of Salmonella, colonial digestion, first rat onshore, and more.

Archeology Watch. Reindeer in boats, ca. 4000 B.C.

Evolution Watch. The bugs that gave us iron.

Geo Watch. Peregrinations of the pole.

Animal Watch. Shrivel me ovaries.

Personal Tech. Finding yourself.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Orion in winter.

Commentary by Daniel W. McShea. Human rights, ape rights.

Vital Signs by Bruce H. Dobkin. A minor brain injury.

Light Elements by Judith Stone. Number crunching with Mr. Chips.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Elephantine purpose.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Lies, all lies!

Book 3: Discover: The World of Science 15.3, March 1994Add to your cart.

Sex and the Brain by David Nimmons. How far can science go in rolling back prejudices? Simon LeVay has been asking himself that question ever since he suggested that homosexuality may have its roots in biology.

The Yeast Within by Peter Radetsky. Some tame fungi in Gerald Fink's genetics lab have been acting kind of wild laterly. In fact, they've been behaving much like their ill-bread, desease-causing cousins.

Ramming Speed by Gregory T. Pope. Using a brew of explosive gases and a contraption that looks like a cannon, a Univerisyt of Washington aerospace engineer is solving the puzzle of flight at Mach 5 and beyond.

The Cure that Killed by Larry Thompson. Last spring ten hepatitis B patients began taking a powerful exprimental drug. Last summer five of them died. Now researchers are trying to figure out why this trial went so terribly wrong.

Losing a Lake by Yvonne Basking. Lake Victoria, Africa's largest body of water, is in trouble- such deep trouble that some people think it should be written off.

The Ocean, the Stars, and the Kitchen Sink by Hans Christian von Baeyer. Scientific models are more than mere toys; they give researchers the tools to leap from the familiar to the unknown, or in this case, from the faucet to the far reaches of space.

Breakthrouhs. The mechanics of headbanging, dung dynasty, mokey TV, turning off your X, a brain for music, fish, TV, scapegoats in the dessert, locus eaters, mining Colorado in 6000 B.C., losing Hawaii, finicky beavers, men of magam, table-setting robot, and more.

Conservation Watch. Trial of a Rwandan forest.

Medicine Watch. The death of Mozart.

Star Watch. Neutron torpedo.

Physics Watch. The chaos gets worse.

Commentary by John Allen Paulos. Stats you could die for.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Laughing cows.

Vital Signs by Abigail Zuger. A tale of meninges.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Seperate but not equal.

Brain Bogglers by Paul Heusinkveld. Deco maze.

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The Mummies of Xinjiang by Evan Hadingham. In the desert of northwestern China, archeologists have unearthed more than 100 bodies that are 2,000 to 4,000 years old. Despite their great age, these bodies are eerily well preserved-and recognizably Caucasian.

Dining with the Snakes by Jared Diamond. When eating, a big snake performs on a grand scale: it spends hours swallowing its large prey, then days or even weeks digesting it. The process may not be pretty, but it is enlightening.

The Sniff of Legend by Karen Wright. A handful of researchers claim to have discovered human pheromones and a sixth sense organ that detecs them. If true, it means big bucks for the finders and a rethinking of human interactions for us.

Our Genes Aren't Us by Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart. You've probably grown accustomed to thinking of DNA as a set of blueprints fro building an organism. But have you thought about who might be reading the plans?

Secrets of the Rings by Dava Sobel. The intricately wrought circle around the outer planets have captivated astronomers with their beauty- and confounded them with one mystery after another.

Breakthroughs. Darkness over Constantinople, acne ex machina, lizards ex trees, 'sblood, great Hubble views, isolating cells, turtle torments, and more.

Geo Watch. Bituminous tales.

Medicine Watch. Valcanoes and Kaposi's.

Evolution Watch. Life on land, chapter one.

Brain Watch. Estrogen and Alzheimer's.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. This space available.

Night Watchmen by Bob Berman. Opposite the sun.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Mother Nature, Father Math.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Coronary for the educated man.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. The logic of lucre.

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Waves of Destruction by Tim Folger. Japan, Nicaragua, Indonesia-  in the past two years all have been hit hard by the terrible power or tsunamis, mammoth waves several stories tall that are kicked into motion by undersea earthquakes. The United States is just as vulnerable uless research now under way can give us a better warning system.

Fire Storms by Mark Wheeler. Given the right conditions, wildfires can engage in an odd act of creationg: they can make their own- often nasty- weather.

Brain Powered by Bennett Daviss. Scientists have learned to turn on lights, move on-screen cursors, and even steer a boat using nothing but brain waves. For now, these may be just high-tech party tricks. But someday they may give handicapped people their independence.

The Merits of Colossal Failure by Henry Petroski. You'd think we'd learn from the consequences of our really, really big mistakes. But from ancient Greece to modern-day America, engineers seem intent on repeating the same classic errors of design.

Speeding through Evolution by Peter Radetsky. In a lab in California, trillions of molecules are quickly evolving into creatures unknown in nature.

Breakthroughs. Sex and the jealous wasp, women with quiet ears, how birds scratch, cone snail M.D., heavy metals in space, splat goes the comet, the afterlife of DDT, building a chromosome, sugar-in-gas-tank myth exploded, and more.

Climate Watch. Greenhouse ups and downs.

Star Watch. Dim neighbors.

Commentary by Minouche Kandel and Eric Kandel. Shedding light on the darkest of memories.

Light Elements by Judith Stone. Just relax.

Vital Signs by Elisabeth Rosenthal. Known emergency, unknown injuries.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Ringing in the eclipse.

Brian Bogglers by Solomon W. Golomb. Bingo math.

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Remembering Apollo with reflections by Buzz Aldrin, William Anders. Alan Bean. Frank Borman. Eugene Cernan. Richard Gordon. James Lovell. Stuart Roosa. Harrison Schmitt. Thomas Stafford. and Alfred Worden. On July 20, 1969, the lunar lander Eagle touched down in the Sea of Tranquility, effectively winning the space race for the United States. Twenty-five years later, eleven Apollo astronauts look back at their triumphant voyages and ponder what might have been.

The Legacy of the Space Age photographs by Richard Ross. The race to the moon required a massive infusion of technological strength- not jsut in aeronautics but in architecture as well. What remains today is an intriguing assortment of space-age wonders and high-tech ruins.

Mooning over NASA's Future by David H. Freedman. A quarter-century ago NASA flew us to the moon. Today a string of highly embarrassing failures leaves the space agency barely able to get off the ground. Dows fashioning a bright future for NASA mean choosing between two competing visions- small, streamlined scientific missions, and grand, glorious expeditions to other worlds?

Breakthroughs. Misbegotten Martian moons, unfrialbe flakes, lead road to Rome, sound of a black hole clapping, yeast meets metal mess, how green is my stripe mine, the guns of Albuquerque, glowing gravity waves, a better banana, damping schizophrenia, and more.

Star Watch. Galactic magnetic mystery.

Health Watch. Radical attack.

Medicine Watch. Better-looking brains.

Physics Watch. Loud lasers.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. The hounds of silence.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. A bellyful of deception.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Sky high for the Fourth of July.

Brain Bogglers by David Anson Russo. Lost in the stairs.

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Silence, Signs, and Wonder by Peter Radetsky. Neuroscientist Ursula Bellugi was the first to realize that behind the seemingly simple visual communication of the deaf was a language no less complex and complete than the usual, spoked variety. Now she's using the language of human hands to gain new insights into the workings of the human brain.

Biology on Ice by Wallace Ravven. Ice is the enemy when you're trying to preserve a human organ: its crystals stab cells and rip delicate tissues. Fortunately, defensive weaponry may be available, thanks to a frog that undergoes freezing with impunity.

Prokaryotes at the Gate by Mark Caldwell. There's a lesson behind all the recent scare stories about rising antibiotic resistance: bacteria have been making- and countering- antibiotics for eons. Each antibiotic we come up with is merely a challenge to microbial resourcefulness.

Sweet Little Accelerator by Hans Christian von Baeyer. Physicists who build particle accelerators have traditionally proclaimed their devices' worth by boasting of their size. Now a modest by innovative accelerator going on-line in Virginia may force people to rethink the measure of a machine.

Second-rate Squirts by Steven Vogel. Jet propulsion didn't originate with human technology. Lots of animals have used it for ages as a simple way of getting around. But whether evolved or invented, for all of us it remains less than a perfect choice.

Breakthroughs. How not to eat your stomach, ancient highway to the pyramids, stereo snake sniffers, earthquake fungus, glimpse of a glueball?, upside dow fish. duck walk on water, a protein for dementia, Piglet atremble, social cats, chrub fools cockatoo, and more.

Medicine Watch. Vaccine against bug spit.

Chemistry Watch. Element 106.

Evolution Watch. Survival by a nose.

Vital Signs by Paul Aronowitz. Doing good, in detail.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Perseids, part two.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. The thrill of the floss.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Bumblebee geometry.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Logic by the lights.

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Erectus Rising by James Shreeve. Suddenly the dullest member of the family is in the spotlight. It seems that Homo erectus, our ancient ancestor did more than sit around Africa for eons, pounding on rocks- he took a walk, to Asia, a million years before anthropologists say he was allowed to leave his mother continent.

See How They Run by Carl Zimmer. When roaches and ants and centipedes move, they look like pogo sticks and pendulums. They also look a lot like us.

Gravity's Rim by Adam Frank. By virtue of their mass, stars and planets and moons carve deep gravity wells in the space-time terrain. Between these wells are ridges laced with chaos. And along these ridges lie new highways to our heavenly neighbors.

Ape at the Brink by Sue Savage-Rumbaugh and Roger Lewin. Millions of year ago a group on apes took a fateful evolutionary turn and ended up as Stone Age humans. Apparently a chimp named Kanzi is willing to repeat that experiment.

How to Tame a Wild Plant by Jared Diamond. We take our readily edible, easily available domesticated crops for granted. Yet they all started out as difficult, potentially dangerous wild plants. Who had the foresight to begin their momentous transformation.

Breakthroughs. Death of an Antarctic dino, fake quake of 1737, un peu de vin?, fish and their M-60s, noisy bollworms, replacing burned skin, blot-socking fur'ners, the upside of hookworms, growing nickels, giant virus of the sea, and more.

Technology Watch. The all-purpose thing-maker.

Ecology Watch. Too much of a good thing.

Evolution Watch. Mutants with a will?

Archeology Watch. Birth of a bovine.

Commentary by Norman T. Berlinger. Teachings of the dead.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. The scum also risses.

Vital Signs by Bruce H. Dobking. Tilting toward diagnosis.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Slow-motion sky.

Brain Bogglers by David Anson Russo. Lobed labyrinth.

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Coming Onto the Land by Carl Zimmer. How do you get from fish to fowl- or, for that matter, to human? The first creature to make its way out of the Devonian lagoon some 360 million years ago didn't crawl on fins- it walked on four well-formed legs. But where did its legs come from, and why?

1995 Discover Awards. Our sixth annual honor innovative technologies, and the men and women behind them, in seven categories: automotive and transportation; aviation and aerospace; computer hardware and electronics; computer software; environment; sight and sound.

Kernel of Fear by Mark Caldwell. Neurobiologists have been tracking the recurring bouts of terror that haunt many veternas and disaster survivors. Now the researchers have cornered their prey in the amygdala, a tiny brain structure with alarming power.

The Mars Model by Bridget Mitz Testa. Mars may once have been a warm and wet garden of a planet, but today it is a red desert. Its fate, like that of other members of the solar system, may well have been decided by its chance encounters with comets and asteroids.

Kim's Coils by Peter Radetsky. Peter Kim has spent is career watching proteins do twists and curls to get in shape. Now he's discovering that some proteins have also mastered the martial arts.

Magnetic Field Goal by Robert Naeye. MRI scans have provided a remarkable window on the body, but part of that window has always been clouded over. A new model of the brain's magnetic fields will provide a clear view at last.

Breakthroughs. Mixin' up the medicince, molecules of memory, Angkor from space, eyes on the flies, DNA of the scrolls, mountains of life, big stick of the Paleolithic, frost on Venus, bully galaxy, a monkey's great-uncle, and more.

Evolution Watch. Pterosaur pturf.

Genetics Watch. Ashkenazi roots.

Brain Watch. Men versus women- again.

Cosmology Watch. Mining the universe.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Jupiter's return.

Vital Signs by Daniel C. Weaver. Blood ties.

Light Elements by Mark Wheeler. Dead pan.

Science Classics by Lary Gonick. Gel o' my dreams.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Vampire numbers.

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X-ray Dreams by Will Hively. Physicist Charles Rhodes invented a microscope powerful enough to peer into life's deepest mysteries, but to use it he needed to create a new source of light. After a decade of searching, he may now be on the verge of unveiling his creation; the world's first practical X-ray laser.

Black Holes, Ants, and Roller Coasters by Hans Christian von Baeyer. Einstein's relativity theory may illuminte the universe, but it can also obscure understanding in a fog of mathematics. Recently a Polish astrophysicist struck a blow for common sense. Contemplating the action of centrifugal force in a gravity-distorted sphere of space-time, he found a new way to think about a straight line.

The Killer Cat Virus that Doesn't Kill Cats by Virginia Morell. HIV and AIDS seemed to come out of nowhere in the eighties. Yet for millions of years, lions, cheetahs, and other wild cats have harbored a similar, feline virus- and they don't get sick. With luck, maybe we can find a way to imitate them.

The Coming Himalayan Catastrophe by Kathy A. Svitil. Sooner or later a very large earthquake is going to occur in northern India along the fault that built the Himalayas. A particular segment of that fault is long overdue for a quake. And above that segment, the Indian goernment is building a huge hydroelectric dam.

Fetal Attraction by Jeff Goldberg. Back in the Reagen years, a radical treatment was proposed for Parkinson's disease: replace brain cells killed off by the disease with new brain cells taken form aborted fetuses. Now, after years of political wrangling, surgeons are finially finding out whether the treatment works.

Breakthroughs. The violet skies of Mars, cholera in disguise, high-mileage elephants, what ails the alligators, cellular sanitation, landlords of 1000 BC, sponge on the prowl, the air of Europa, sneaky guppies, and more.

Paleontology Watch. Mammoth extinction, minute infection.

Medicine Watch. Oral tolerance.

Ocean Watch. Where have all the plankton gone?

Physics Watch. Neutrinos that switch flavors.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Straight up, at midnight.

Light Elements by Polly Shulman. A bellyful of jellyfish.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. The saving disease.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Mean Minotaur maze.

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Easter End by Jared Diamond. Once Easter Island was a paradise. Then the people came. Before long, Easter was a wasteland, its plant and animal life destroyed, its starving human population reduced to cannibalism, and its history a warning to us all.

Whale Warehouse by Kathy A. Svitil. Five miles downtown Los Angeles is laboratory with 16,000 square feet of floor space, crates of carnivorous beetles, and a freezer the length of a tractor trailer- just the right size for stranded whales and washed-up dolphins.

A Garden of Mutants by Carol Fletcher. By toying with genes, Elliot Meyerowitz has created a gallery of floral freaks. His aim is to shed light on a fundamental evolutionary question: How did flowers arise in the first place?

Space Weather by Eric J. Lerner. It's anything but pleasant in our solar neighborhood. The sun has a habit of throwing off huge gobs of plasma, and when they smack against Earth's magnetic field, they can unleash terrifying electromagnetic  storms.

Life on a Melting Continent by Jane E. Stevens. Every winter around Antarctica, more than 7 million square miles of ocean freezes into ice. Once this seasonal world was thought to be the cold antithesis of life. Now, some hardy researchers are showing it is the basis for it.

Breakthroughs. Plant-hugging coral, a use for ant breath, runaway eggs, salamander rolls, cell rings, lost stars, 40 feet of dino skin, devoid void, beer-glass quiz, gene therapy for hemophilia and more.

Biomechanics Watch. A burden, a head, a walk, a mystery.

Technology Watch. bend and fly.

Brain Watch. Organizational scents.

Archeology Watch. The tools of Katanda.

Commentary by Barbara Smuts. Why males beat up females.

Vital Signs by Robert Marion. Lucky lessons of George III.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. The moon's to blame

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. On a wing and a pheromone.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Rube to tube, in 25 steps

Brain Booglers by Raymond Smullyan. Sane, for now.

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The Neanderthal Peace by James Shreeve. Recent evidence suggests that Neanderthals and modern humans lived in the same place at the same time, for tens of thousands of years, yet never mingled. How is this possible? How could they live so near each ohter for so long and never mix their genes? How could two kinds of human be so...inhuman?

Under the Inlfuence of Clouds by Yvonne Baskin. Clouds, once the doamin of daydreamers, are now the objects of intense scientific study: these insubstantial puffs relfect and absorb radiation to such an extent that withough them we can't understand today's weather or tomorrow's climate.

Call Them Irresistible by Tim Folger. All physicists agree that, in theory, superconductors could give us wonderful things- levitating trains, ridiculously cheap electricity, and more. What they disagree on is the theory itself. Essentially, we don't understand how superconductors work- and that points to a deep problem in physics.

The Processing Plant by Carl Zimmer. Inside the acid-filled stomach of the carnivorous pitcher plant exists a guesome ecosystem. Insect larvae take apart the corpses of other insects, bit by bit, in a processing chain that ultimately benefits the plant itself. It may be macabre, but it's a microcosm of the world outside.

Death and the Microbe by Lori Oliwenstein. The bacterial code of behavior, biologists have long believed, is every bug for itself. But now researchers are finding many microbes that apparently regret they have but one life to lose for their colonies.

Breakthroughs. Dry demise of the Maya, cosmic crisis update, global cacer virus, Pud's zap shack, of iiwiis and oos, voibal absoidities, a questionable design for a mollusk, Pacific seafloor hubbub, and more.

Evolution Watch. Once, the flies were giants.

Biology Watch. Zippers for brains.

Technology Watch. Robots that play nice.

Personal Tech. The PC: 20 years old and ripe for revolution

Commentary by Robert S. Root-Bernstein. Darwing meets God, again.

Vital Signs by Jeremy Brown. Voodoo denial.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Angles in the outfield.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. A saturn without rings.

Brain Booglers by Clifford A. Pickover. One shell per shape.

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Robor, Build Thyself by Thomas Bass, Wouldn't it be loverly? A colony of dirt-cheap, dirt-eating, self-reproducting robots, carpeting mile upon mile of desert with solar panels that would provide endless energy for every conceivable use.

Hypersea Invasion by Carl Zimmer. Life began in the sea but really succeeded on land. Why? According to one grand theory, it's because  450 million years ago life created Hypersea- a vast interior ocean flowing through all the organisms on the face of the Earth.

The Best Computer in All Possible Worlds by Tim Folger. Soon, some physicists claim, computers will get small enough to fall dwon the rabbit hole of quantum mechanics and into a labyrinth of interconnected universes. Then, they say, we can begin to do some real computing.

A Small Problem of Propulsion by Fred Guterl. Even in an age of lowered expectations, a few die-hard visionaries are hunting for an irresistibly fabulous way to get a spaceship to the stars. When they find it, they say, space travel will enter its second golden age.

Dr. Darwin by Lori Oliwenstein. What's the point of getting sick? Advocates of Darwinian medicine think they can find the answer, and some surprising cures, by taking a long view of disease--long enough, at any rate, to accommodate the pace of evolution.

The Sensitive Touch by Josie Glausiusz. No microscope yet can see a molecule in all its three-dimensional glory. But keep watching. Some researchers think they've found the next little thing.

Jack Farmer, Exopaleontologist by Blake Edgar. The search for life on Mars so far been a failure. But suppose you search for death on Mars? What then?

Breakthroughs. Noisy Chinchilla ears, friction fiction, turncoat T cells, faithful seals, fainting fans, gonzo shamans, unsafe cow sex, mighty tiny laser, fossil liverwort, uplifting grasshopper spit, transsexual worms, killer coffee, hold the anchovies!, and more.

Health Watch. Enemies in the gut.

Evolution Watch. Up from Archaeopteryx.

Biology Watch. Friends on the tongue.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Inconstant constants.

Vital Signs by Stewart Massad. A life at risk.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. End results.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Lessons of  Sweet Pee.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. When the big hand's on the two.

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The Antimatter Mission by Gary Taubes. We are made of matter. Our planet is made of matter. So are our sun, our galaxy, our galactic supercluster. But could there be antimatter stars shining in some far-off anticorner of the universe? Thanks to a physicist's curiosity and NASA's needs, we may soon find out.

Shark Therapy by Catherine Dold. Catch some sharks-- a lot of them, 100,000 or so. Slice off the flesh; grind the cartilage-rich heads and spines into powder; feed the powder to cancer patients. There's no evidence this will work against cancer, but it is a proven recipe for quick profits- and environmental disaster.

A Thousand Diving Robots by Robert Kunzig. We send robots to explore other planets-- why not our own? Why not a fleet of a thousand cheap ones cruising around the ocean, buzzing the seafloor volcanoes, porpoising through the currents-- and doing the work of a thousand ships?

The End of the Self by Sarah Richardson. A former cocktail waitress takes on the fundamental tenet of immunology: that the immune system's job is to attack anything that is "nonself." Maybe, says Polly Matzinger, it has more sense than that. Maybe it only responds to clear and present danger.

Ten Myths of Population by Joel E. Cohen. With 5.7 billion people now on Earth, and 250 more born every minute, it's critical that we understnad the dynamics of human population growth. Yet we cling to a host of half truths and inventions.

Breakthroughs. Tripping T. rex, flipping neutrinos, Schmedly stays upright, sufring claims, face-time wiht betelgeuse, Japanese smog collectors, how your throat says aah, deconstructing Barbie, the joke particle, and more.

Star Watch. Carbon masters of the galaxy.

Biomechanics Watch. Very brawny beetle.

Evolution Watch. Us and the isthmus.

Planet Watch. They're everywhere.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. I psi.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Chances are...

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Pit-stopping math.

Vital Signs by Jeremy Brown. Burned by chemistry.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Ad continuum.

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The Air of Ostrava by Jeff Wheelwright. Three years, ago when the Czech Republic was born, it inherited from its former rulers a state of staggering pollution and environmental insult. With the help of the EPA, the Czechs are beginning to assess their legacy of risk-- and reduce it.

Beyond the Lab Rat by Mark Caldwell. Cancer researchers are scrutinizing the complex interactions between human carcinogens and human cells, hoping to find hints of tumors before they start.

Trust Me, I'm Your Software by Evan I. Schwartz. On the outside, computers have become ever more simple and user-friendly. But inside, the sofware that now runs them is often so complex that we can never know precisely what it will do.

A Fistful of Risks. Don't make another move until you've checked it against our compendium of life's potential mishaps.

Gunsling in America by Fred Guterl. A handgun is the most dangerous consumer product around, but do the risks of owning one outweigh the risks of not owning one?

The Mathematics of Making Up Your Mind by Will Hively. What's the most rational way to wring some sense form a tangle of conflicting data and opinions? Go ask a twentieth-century statistician- or an eighteenth-century clergyman.

After the Crash by Vincent Lytle. In their quest to make cars ever safer, researchers are looking past crash dummies and highway statistics to the physics of the crashes themselves. By reconstructing what went wrong, they are learning how to get it right.

Who's Exaggerating? by Adam M. Finkel. One of the country's leading risk assessors reflects on the current rage for rixk assessment in Washington.

Breakthroughs. A star-ripping black hole, walking on water, mites and asthma, dragonflies of Kuwait, no kin to Finns, smaller than a quark, a fungus goes ballistic, the upside of stress, hero shrew, and more.

Evolution Watch. A critical cusp.

Medicine Watch. Mad cows and Englishmen, again.

Animal Watch. The great monarch migration mystery.

Night Watchan by Bob Berman. Flat-out imperfect.

Vital Signs by Marc Siegel. One disease, many personas.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. A day in the oh-so-fragile life.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Extreme functions.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. Party favors.

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A Brain That Talks by Jo Ann C. Gutin. The gift of gab makes us humans unique among animals. Do we have a special organ in our brains devoted to language? Or could evolution have taken brain structures we share with other primates-structures such as those that process vision- and rewired them for a new use?

What the Dinosaurs Left Us by Karen Wright. To learn aobut prehistoric ecology, Karen Chin analyzes rare fossilized lumps of rock. But once upon a time those lumps weren't rocks; they were-how shall we put this?- undigested dino food.

A Shot in the Dark by Jon Cohen. The world's first large-scale AIDS vaccine trial will soon be starting in Thailand. To some it's an act of desperation, to others a sign of hope. To those who know how the Thais are suffering, it's a little of both.

Running on Tundra by David Berreby. Bounce over a forest of miniature trees. Swat 250 mosquitoes in a single slap. Learn how tundra critters stay alive. That's an ecologist's summer stint in the Arctic.

The Bamboo Solution by Mary Roach. What could be better than a building material that grows like a weed? Engineer Jules Janssen wants to raise banboo's status to that of wood, concrete, and steel.

Silicon Gambit by Fred Guterl. If the idea of playing chess with a massive computer is intimidating (and unless you're Garry Kasparov, it should be) thry watching one play bridge or the game of go. The display of ineptitude might give you a vindictive thrill.

Breakthroughs. Roaches over easy, the strength of a cell, 20/20 sonar, fat British feet, long British ears, rhubarb vs. CFCs, gopher on the fly, electrifying teeth, morphing galaxies, outgrowing AIDS, how krill stick together, and more.

Geology Watch. Continental movers.

Brain Watch. Therapeutic chemistry.

Evolution Watch. The recent diversity of life.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Attack on the meninges.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Evolution of T. bear.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. A celestial eye test.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Personal pollution.

Brain Bogglers. Cleopatra's problem.

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Sunset on the Savanna by James Shreeve. Long ago, the story goes, our ancestors moved from forests to savannas and adapted to their new home by walking on two legs. New fossils, however, may force anthropolpgosts to rewrite that neat little scenario.

1996 Discover Awards. Our seventh annual awards honor innovation technologies, and people, in eight catergories: Automotive and Aerospace, Computer Hardware and Electronics, Computer Software, Environment, Sight, Sound, and new this year, the Editors' Choice Award for Emerging Technology. Also new is a $100,000 prize to foster innovation.

Secrets in a Fly's Eye by Rosie Mestel. Mutant flies showcase the intricate series of steps that transforms blobby maggot flesh into the glittering, marvelously ordered adult eye.

Death of a Star by Jeffrey Winters. Medium-size stars don't ahve the most spectacular of deaths-but as new Hubble photos show, they are among the most complex.

Why Women Change by Jared Diamond. Most female animals produce offspring until they die. Human females, though, spend 20 or 30 years infertile. Where's the benefit in that?

Breakthroughs. Alice in Yttriumland, galactic sausages and pancakes, peekaboo with a flatfish, the 54,000-year-old artist, rewired brains of the blind, killer trees revisited, Big Bang close-up, hallucinations of the psychologically normal, the comet that hit Kansas, citrus-flavored monkeys, pollution in your nose, lost lunch of the toad, and more.

Animal Watch. How the top crawdad stays on top.

Astronomy Watch. A pulsar that bursts as well as pulses.

Physics Watch. Building a better laser by making electrons vanish.

Action and Reaction. Letters form readers on the risks of errant asteroids and gun-toting Americans.

Light Elements by Larne Whitehead. What to do with the moon when the sun goes bad.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. The scorpion of summer.

Vital Signs by Stewart Massad. Pregnant with a nightmare.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Color me lifelike.

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Reinventing the Wheel by Will Hively. If inventor Jack Bitterly spins everything the right way, pollution-belching-gas guzzlers will soon be a thing of the past. Instead the highways will hum with powerful, whirring flywheels.

Keepers of the Oaks by Glen Martin. When Europeans first arrived in California, they called it an Eden, a garden paradise. they weren't far wrong. The land's native "hunter-gatherers" were gardeners.

Beastly Olympics by Mark Wheeler. The summer games in Atlanta are rigged-- as they've always been. If you want a real contest of biomechanical excellence, bring in the animals.

The Left-Hearted Gene by Steven Dickman. Heart goes in the left. Liver on the right. Spleen left. Gallbladder right. How do they all know which side of the aisle to occupy?

The Touch of a Shell by Geerat Vermeij. The key to good science is observation. But not all observation is dependent on sight.

Breakthroughs. Why the wagon wheel rolls backward, self-made silicon soup, womb-wide web, waiting for the universe's weight, the upside of zebra mussels, how to live in the Dead Sea, buried past of the Great Wall, the 1,000 year writing assignment, how a fire ant says, "help," heart-stopping relics of sacrifice, and more.

Astronomy Watch. The asteroids-as-flying-clumps-of-rubble scenario.

Brain Watch. Hope for growing new cells in damaged brains.

Chemistry Watch. Buckyballs from beyond the solar system.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. A perfect time for Perseid peeking.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. I know why the cowbird sings.

Vital Signs by Paul Aronowits. A mystery, wrapped in a fever.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Physicists and dimples.

Brain Bogglers by Raymond Smullyan. A quantity of chemistry.

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The Last Great Impact on Earth by Richard Stone. Eighty-eight years ago something exploded in Siberia. It had the force of 1,000 Hiroshima bombs. It flattened the landscape for 850 square miles. It was the closest we've come to seeing what an extraterrestrial object can do to us.

The Electronic Nose by Gary Taubes. It takes all kinds to make a nose: chemists, computer scientists, biophysicists, and even the odd dead fish.

Hormone Hell by Catherine Dold. Alligators with shrunked penises. Otters with no testicles. Surreal abnormalities are being cause by common chemicals and increasingly, there is concern for humans.

First, Kill the Babies by Carl Zimmer. In the early 1970s a chilling hypothesis laid bare the evolutionary logic of infanticide. Twenty-five years later it is still an explanation many researchers are loath to accept.

Travels of America by Tim Appenzeller. In which our young rambling continent embarks on an epic journey north, in the process depositing a piece of itself in South America.

Breakthroughs. Man bites mosquito, return of the blobs, no rough sex for seaweed, no genes of a dino, dancing crab of the cosmos, the gaint South American ur-monkey, Flipper's dark side, a madness mediated by mites, ringing Jupiter, First Mummy, a molasses model for a quaking Colorado, and more.

Geology Watch. Where does the ocean's water come from?

Brain Watch. Friendly fire and the course of Alzheimers.

Evolution Watch. Did the flower  shape what the bee sees?

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Moon in the shadow.

Vital Signs by Pamela Grim. Love the child; hate the disease.

Light Elements by Jeffrey Kluger. Genius stumped by dead tuna. Honest.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Cool as Isis.

Book 7: Discover: The World of Science 17.10, October 1996Add to your cart.

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Creating the Creators by Stephen Jay Gould. The world's most impressive instances of creativity are found not in the precise works of sculptors or musicians by in the sloppy processes of evolution.

The Accidental Inventor by Robert Friedel. Chemist Roy Plunkett joined a fabled fraternity when his botced experiment yielded only slick, white, unasked-for flakes. He had the wit to ask, "What are they?"

Eureka Moments I. A selection of inventive quotations, in three parts.

That Fine Madness by Jo Ann C. Gutin. You don't have to be crazy to be a great poet or paintor- but some researchers insist that it helps.

Music of the Hemispheres by James Shreeve. Why does music move us so? Researchers are getting a glimpse of how the brain perceives music-and why it plays so sweetly on our emotions.

Artificial Genius by Margaret A. Boden. Any computer can create something new. But can it create something meaningful?

Breakthroughs. Glassy volcanic cocktails, why not to be fat in Finland, bright bubbles beyond the galaxy, sunfish-eye physics, Great Walls and grand illusions, the naked and the infrared, crushing hydrogen to a liquid metal, what Dorothy saw (colorized), a bony oasis on the bottom of the sea, the thousand-year paint job, and Hello, Columbus.

Evolution Watch. The rondabout road to fitness.

Physics Watch. Schrodinger's cat comes back, in BOulder.

Medicine Watch. What turned the cholera bacterium into a killer.

Light Elements by Polly Shulman. Aerate your brain, elevate your soul.

Vital Signs by Frank Vertosick, Jr. A mind, changed by a gun.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Sinister sisters of October.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Morphed, male, and naked.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Little Miss Muffet math.

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When Life Was Odd by Karen Wright. The oldest fossils of large-scale life are a paleontological embarrassment: some say the bizarre fronds and disks were animals, but others put their money on living air mattresses.

Testosterone Rules by Robert Sapolsky. Men, as everybody knows, owe their violent propensities to a certain nasty homone. Or do they?

The Gravity Probe by Gary Taubes. Four decades ago NASA decided to test Einstein's general theory of relativity by building the world's most perfect gyroscope. Now the experiment is just about ready to fly.

The Dolphin Strategy by Carl Zimmer. Life in the sea exacts a steep price from a mammal- like lungs that collapse in the depths, and fetuses that risk being baked in the womb. Yet dolphins manage, swimmingly.

Beauty and Magnets by Fred Guterl. David Durlach has ahd all the tech he can take. It's time, he says, machines made us weep and wail, whoop and holler.

Breakthroughs. Novel ses for a six-foot-long neck, how tetrahedral is your parachute, the altruism of a naked mole rat, Snailopolis, an itsy-bitsy bucky cruncher, sucking up starlight, birds aren't dinosaurs?, how hot is your hook, people pathogens pick on penguins, nematode cure, spongy optics, and more.

Evolution Watch. Why no bugs in the wine-dark sea?

Health Watch. Drink warm milk; hold the melatonin.

Anthropoligy Watch. The Neanderthal difference: news from the nose.

Light Elements by Mark Wheeler. Splatology 101.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. A month for Mars.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Travles of a clot.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. The organ minder.

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Terror, Take Two by Carl Zimmer. Full-scale dinosaur resurrection may reamin no more than a movie fantasy. But the great two-legged killers nearly did come back once-thanks to evolution's love of a good design.

At Play on a Field of Trash by Jessica Snyder Sachs. There's an art, and an architecture, to taming garbage and gas.

Immune to a Plague by Peter Radetsky. Some people can never get AIDS. They are the blessed few, with a genetic inheritance that renders HIV powerless.

The Star Machine by Gary Taubes. The race is on to build a computer that can perform a quadrillion calculations a second. And a team of starmodeling, computer-building amateurs is in the lead.

Mass Extinctions Come to Ohio by John Fleischman. To witness the effects of the world's biodiversity crisis, you need go nowhere more exotic than a Midwestern river.

Real Men Don't Eat Deer by Katherine Milton. Amazonians, like the rest of us, are what they will not eat.

Breakthroughs. Four tons of deadly sin, spearchucker erectus, the great Brazilian mite roundup, what really made Anne Boleyn sweat, dinner plans of an Ice Age cave bear, pass the buckydoughnuts, bring back those lazy, hazy, crazy days on Titan, tales from the dark side of the universe, and more.

Cosmolog Watch. Clear views of  a universal conundrum.

Brain Watch. What makes a human brain so wrinkled?

Space Watch. Tracking a satellite-killing storm from the sun.

Vital Signs by Stewart Massad. A healing, well-aimed light.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Topology tips for therapeutic purposes.

Light Elements by Mark wheeler. Dawdling for dollars.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Brightness a la grecque.

Brain Bogglers by Marc T. Simon. The flip side of fair.

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Contents: Dinosaurs in Motion by Carl Zimmer. For paleontologists, the long-necked, long-tailed sauropods have long posed a great biomechanical puzzle. Now, for computer scientists, they are posing a joyful challenge.

Paradises Lost by Jared Diamond. The Bounty's mutineers found on Pitcairn Island relics of a vanished society. Today we're learning the whole tragic tale.

Quantum Honeybees by Adam Frank. Sure bees are small, but they're a lot bigger than subatomic particles. Why, then, do they dance to the same tune?

Y? by Peter Radetsky. Is this any way to build a chromosome?

Echo of the Big Bang by Gary Taubes. The answers to cosmology's deepest questions lie hidden in a quiet hiss of radiation. We just have to listen, carefully.

On the Role of Upholstery in Cardiovascular Physiology by Robert Sapolsky. Not all great scientific advances happen in the bathtub. At least one was made by examining the office furniture.

Breakthroughs. The ways of a wing, how to make a moon, educational benefits of human sacrifice, ant defense and antiant flowers, heart attacks dog in stunning 3-D, coral comeback, pterosaur with a pompadour, sonar-guided cane, sonar-guided robot, jackhammer spin-off of Star Wars, the effects of ballons falling on whales, and more.

Archeology Watch. A dating service for wasps.

Ecology Watch. For the good of a fungus.

Geology Watch. Flowing with a tilting world.

Technology Watch. A better black box.

Vital Signs by Daniel C. Weaver. A tale of blood.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Little planets, all in a row.

Light Elements by Mark Wheeler. Assessing the slippage of seniors for science.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Ruby dues tray.

Book 4: Discover: The World of Science 18.12, December 1997Add to your cart.

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The Face of an Ancestral Child by Robert Kunzig. Nowhere are the last million years of human prehistory better recorded than at atapuerca, in northern Spain. And nowhere is the point made more disturbingly that the story of humans on Earth is anything but neat.

Tokens of Science. If you're lookg for science-related holiday gifts and don't know where to turn, relax. Discovers editors have assembled a highly persoanl list of appropriate toys, books, and CD-ROMs. And some of our favorite scientists have contributed their memories of the toys they loved most.

Beams of Stuff by Robert Pool. Just when you thought quantum weirdness applied only to the very small, here's David Pritchard with his machine for making waves out of entire atoms and molecules and , someday maybe, the kitchen sink.

The Corn War by Catherine Dold. It's hard to believe how passionate some folks can get over the issue of corn's true origins- particularly when a maverick geneticist says that those folks are all wrong.

Suite for Ebony and Phonics by John R. Rickford. The furor over Ebonics has focused on what it supposedly is not. But the more interesting issues concern what it is: one of America's oldest and most distinct dialects.

Breakthroughs. How to drill a tooth in preColumbian Colorado, firefly sex, deathand diet, friendly li'l robot, how lemurs leaped to Madagascar, asteroid with a Missouri-size hole, birth of a solar system, they might have been microbes, the glow of green mice, bleeding for health, and more.

Physics Watch. Making energy into mass.

Ecology Watch. On the edge of biodiversity.

Technology Watch. Pyromania on the shuttle.

Night Watchamn by Bob Berman. A clump of pretty planets.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Pepper for the heart.

Light Elements by Mark Wheeler. Turtles, all the way down.

Brain Bogglers by Bridget Copley. Peck a pack of peckers.

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Book 1: Discover: The World of Science 19.2, February 1998Add to your cart.

Contents: Beyond Hubble by David H. Freeedman. It's hard to imagine getting tired of the Hubble's fantastic pictures o the cosmos. Bt in a few years they'll pale, as a whole fleet of new space-based observatories start sending back images of a now unkown universe.

Dining on the Fly by Josie Glausiusz. An innovative photographer captures a ravenous beetle, and other rare glimpses of bugs that eat bugs.

American Cannibal by Catherine Dold. Broken and burned bones in the Southwest hint that once upon a time in America, flesh-eating was a terrorist ritual.

Eat Dirt! by Jared Diamond. Polly wanna mud pie? Apparently- and  he reason for her odd taste sheds light on a great evolutionary battle.

A Secret History of Life on Land by Carl Zimmer. Fossils don't have to be made of bone, as Stephen Hasiotis can tell you. He's found ancient termite mounds, bees' nests, and other traces- all far older than they should be.

The Tall and the Short of It by Barry Bogin. Pygmies and giants are not necessarily born to their fates-they just who a varied response to a changeable world.

Breakthroughs. An ape upright before its time, skull stylists of the Neolithic, 18-legged see-through sea worm, whirling and warping the fabric of space-time, robot wheeler, a transplant before birth, a glow about the Milky Way, rank roach rivals, feelings of a phantom limb, the latest look at Mars, a pretty plankter panorama, and more.

Technology Watch. A clean, quiet, gasoline-fueled electric car.

Archeology Watch. Mystery mounds of old Louisiana.

Science Classics by Larry Gonick. Sex for brains.

Vital Signs by Tony Dajer. Infection without wind?

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. Valentine's sky.

Light Elements by Karen Wright. Granite Sate Stonehenge.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. A love divisible.

Book 2: Discover: The World of Science 19.3, March 1998Add to your cart.

Contents: The Incredible Shrinking Finger Factory by Will Hively. Take a pile of parts the size of dust specks and assemble them into a complex, moving machine. Tedious but possible, right? Okay, now mass-produce it. Oops..

Empires in the Dust by Karen Wright. Around 2200BC several mighty Old World civilizations collapsed. Was nature the culprit?

Coils of Time by Peter D. Ward. In the evolutionary history fo the beautiful and bizarre nautilus lies an epic tale fo cataclysm and survival.

Malarial Dreams by Gary Taubes. Can medical researchers stop a disease that's killed half the people who have ever lived? The good news is, maybe.

Hot Seat by Mary Roach. Through experience may suggest otherwise, there is an art and high technolog behind the airline seat you squirm in.

Oppressed by Evolution by Matt Cartmill. In Darwinian teachings, the fundamentalist right and the academic left have finially found a common enemy.

Breakthroughs. How to launch a vampire, eye surgeon of Iron Age Celts, a wee drammie of a strange element, a new way for stars to die, towering tufa of Ikka Fjord, red lightning on Jupiter, blue ice on its moon, depths of the San Andreas, seeing through walls, dolphin fashions, dreams of a platypus, greenhouse on the Red Planet, and more.

Archeology Watch. A new clock from the old Bishop's Palace.

Space Watch. Lively Titan A.D. 6,000,000,000.

Vital Signs by Stewart Massad. To fight, then to comfort.

Night Watchman by Bob Berman. March hares and meteors.

Light Elements by Mark Wheeler. Hooked on parasites.

Brain Bogglers by Clifford A. Pickover. Stretches of pain.

Folder 8: Doctor Occult, 1994Add to your cart.
Louapre and Sweetman."A Waltz of Screams." Doctor Occult, No.1, 1994. DC and Vertigo.
Folder 9: Earth MysteriesAdd to your cart.

Heselton, Philip. 1995. Earth Mysteries. Rockport:Element Inc.

Contents: The Linear Impulse, A Living Tradition, Folklore and Landscape, Earth Energies, Feeling the Earth Pulse, Responding to the Earth, Geomancy and the Creation of Form, Poetic Geography, Shamanic Landscapes, Homes of the Earth Spirit, Listening to the Earth, Towards an Integration.

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Book 1: Earth Watch, October/November 1995Add to your cart.

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Mothers of Invention by Nini Bloch. With the entry of thousands of women, science isn't what t used to be. Many argue we're the better for it.

Thinking Aloud. A school for entrepreneurs.

Mail Bag. Messin' with the mission, dolphins redux, etc.

Findings. Successful dolphin research, new threat to leatherbacks, etc.

Food for Thinking. Can traditional farming revolutionize the Green Revolution?

Observations. Was the development of agriculture the best thing to happen to humans, or just the next thing?

Mission to Earth 1995-96. Understanding the Earth, Threatened Habitats, Stratigies for Living, Human Impacts, Sustainable Development, Going, Going.

Maps and Calendar Charts.

Book 2: Earth Watch, January/February 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: Anatomy of an Earthwatch project, Expeditions by Region, 1996 Research Program Chart, EarthCorps Application.

1996 Research Expeditions: Animal Behavior, Archeology, Art & Architecture, Biodiversity & Ecology, Birds, Coral Reefs, Culture & Tradition, Dinosaurs and Other Fossils, Earth Dynamics, Endangered Species, Global Change, Health & Nutirition, Rain Forests, Resource Managment, Sustainable Development, Whales, Dolphins, & Other Marine Mammals, Wildlife Managment.

Book 3: Earth Watch, March/April 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: The Horn of Africa by Mark Cherrington. Can footprints save the black rhino?

Horse Sense by Nini Bloch. Was there more to Mr. Ed than just good acting?

Does the White Ant Have a Soul? by J. Scott Turner. Implications of the termite colony as a living thing.

Mission to Earth 1996-1997. 138 Earthwatch projects you can join as a volunteer.

Thinking Aloud. Sea Change.

Mail Bag. Population bomb, Earthwatch accolades.

Findings. Computers and Public art, threats to amphibians.

On the Home Front. The orginizations reorginization.

Observations. Did slaves have a higher standard of living than previously thought?

A Changing World. Pictures taken over decades can reveal change too slow for us to see.

Against the Odds. Can an obscure weed supplant trees as our source of paper?

A Closer Look. There is a world of information under all those feathers.

Sightings. An artist on Sri Lanka.

Book 4: Earth Watch, May/June 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: The Dance of Death by Rolf Peterson. In battles between predator and prey, the outcome is far from certain.

Brutes or Brothers? Are Neanderthals evolutionary dead ends or our long lost relatives, and what do the answers say about us?

River Rising by Peter Tyson. In the Brazilian Amazon, sustainably harvesting a match-sized fish may save a rain forest and a way of life.

Thinking Aloud. Culture, nature, and sustainability.

Letters, kenaf, rhinos, new magazine

Findings. Chinese doplphins, trouble-making palaeontologists.

On the Home Front. News from our affiliate offices.

Truth and Consequences. Bullish on butterflies.

A Closer Look. Fillet of Sol.

Expedition Leader. For the birds.

A Day in the Life. Down and dirty.

Doer's Profile. The New Conservation Ark.

Field Notes. Ways of Seeing.

Success Stories. Evolution of a gang member.

Camp Life. Sites for sore eyes.

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Contents: Edges: New Planetary Patterns 4.2,

Beyond the Threat of Force by Riane Eisler. A system of values older than patriarchal civilization is re-emerging to challenge today's world social order.

Fierce Gentlemen by Sam Keen. Virility has always meant responding to the needs of the age. We are seeign a transformation of manly vocation, in a time no longer dominated by military and economic values.

Private Men; Public Psyche. Healing the divorce between persoanl and social spheres is as crucial for men as bridging any "mind-body" split.

Stepping into the Fiery Cauldron by Tom Daly. Rites of passage are not something we invent. They are rembered and discovered with the unfolding of our awareness.

Bly and Woodman: Releasing the Raven. Andrew Webster.

Theatre of the Goddess by Eleanore Prokop.

Initiation into What? by Brian Griffith.

Anne Wade Dosher: Guarding Community in America by John Burbridge.

Folder 12: Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown., 1953, 1958, 1978Add to your cart.
Book 1: Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown., June 1953Add to your cart.

Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown Issue No. 39. June 1953 Edited by Robert N. Webster

Contents:

Stories (Factual Accounts)- The Murderous Ancestor by Albert A. Brandt, The Man with the Crumpled Ear by C. A. L. Brownlow. My Keys to Life by Marianne R. Miller. Reincarnation of Lucia Salvio by Cornelius Tabori. The Spectre of Wilson's Ferry by Pauline Saltzman. Death at Sea by Robert V. Hulse. The Fiery Hand by Ervin Bonkalo. God's Bowl of Sweet Peas by Effreda S. Kibiger. Astral Dream by Edmond P. Gibson.

Articles- Pagan Rites of the Maypole by Mary Stiehm Fuller, Report on Acambaro by William N. Russell. Can the Mind Influence Objects? by Jack Bilbo. We Photographed Thoughts by Hereward Carrington. Sacred Society of Murderers by James F. Scheer. Does It Rain Toads? by William W. Bathlot. Hardy, Hypnosis and ESP by Edmond P. Gibson. Telepathy in Dogs by William J. Ipczynski, Jr.

Features (Reports)- I See by the Papers by Curtis Fuller. Mississippi Under the Sea. Fingers of FATE by Harold Helfer. Golden Fleece Traced to Claims. The Disappearing Flags by Edmond P. Gibson. True Mystic Experiences by the readers. The Flying Coffin by Harold Helfer. ESP in Dutch Children by Warrington Dawson. The Poltergeist and the Pendulum by Warrington Dawson, Instinct or Soul by Warrington Dawson.

Book 2: Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown., December 1958Add to your cart.

Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown, 11.12. Edited by Mary Fuller and Published by Curtis Fuller.

Contents:

Stories (Factual Accounts)- The Monongahela and the Sea Serpent by C. O. Clark. The Thorn Tree that Flowers at Christmas by Leslie E. Wells. Ghost Lady in Black by Walter A. Carrithers, Jr. Witchcraft 1958 by Wick Evans. The Rajah's Bedstead by Ronald Sinclair. What my Crystal Ball Tells Me by Nella-Jo Newcomb.

Articles- Pagan Rites of Pan by Guy Archette. Italy's 12-MIllion-Year-Old Pre-Man by Francis Barton. Pinwheels of Light in the Ocean, Parapsychology Looks at Seaford by Curtis Fuller. Mathematical Proof of a Spirit World by Hereward Carrington.

Features (Reports)- I See by the Papers by Curtis Fuller. The Earth- A Giant Lense. The Widow's Miracle Water. The Worlds First Modern Man. True Mystic Experiences. Dream that Foiled a Theft. Paradox of the Brain. Wheel of Fortune by Paul Steiner. The Cloud that Sank a Ship, My Proof of Survival.

Book 3: Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown., December 1978Add to your cart.

Fate Magazine: True Stories of the Strange and the Unknown 31.345. Edited by Mary Margaret Fuller. Published by Curtis Fuller.

Contents:

Articles and Stories- The Oldest Civilization in the World by Andrew E. Rothovius. Phantom Riders on Souter-Feel bu Frank John Reid. The Ghost Who Wasn't Dead by Helen PRescott. Misunderstood Mystic or Clever Con Artist? Part 2 by Jane Bandy. Money from Heaven by Larry E. Arnold. The Other Side of the Coyne Encounter by Phillip J. Klass. Zeidman on Klass on Cyne by Jennie Zeldman. Doorway to a Previous Life by Dorothy Ann Richards.

Features- I See by the Papers by Curtis Fuller, True Mystic Experience. Reaping the Whirlwind by Gene Moore. On Second Thought. My Proof of Survival.

Folder 13: Fireheart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual TransformationAdd to your cart.
Book 1: Fireheart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual Transformation, Fall/Winter 1988-89Add to your cart.
Contents: The Wizard of Oz: An Interview. Real Vampires by Daile Nicholson. Pagan Rites of passage: Circle around Death by Sue Curewitz. Sabu and the Jerry Riggers: An Excerpt from a Novel in Progress by Buck Young. The Eightfold Path Part One: Meditation by Ernest Walters. In the Body of the Mother: The Eleusinian Mysteries by Pam Wright. As the Wheel Turns: Reflection on Death and Transformation by Sherry Gamble Arthen. Living on the Earth: Bats by Myrriah Nyberg Lavin.
Book 2: Fireheart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual Transformation, Spring/Summer 1989Add to your cart.

Two copies

Contents: Salena Fox: Building Bridges of Understanding, An Interview. Toward a Magickal Birth by Deirdre Pulgram Arthen. Pagan Rites of Passage: Puberty by Sue Curewitz. The Witch as Shaman by Andras Croban Arthen. The Eightfold Path Part Two: Chanting by Sherry Gamble Arthen. Whistle up the Wind: The Theory and Practice of Weatherworking by Daile Nicholson. As the Wheel Turns: Snake Song by Buck Young. Living on the Earth: Walking Gently on the Earth in a Throw-away World by Trashbuster.

Book 3: Fireheart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual Transformation No. 5Add to your cart.
Contents: Pagan Rites of Passage: A Celebration of Birth by Sue Curewitz. The Eightfold Path Part Four: Breath by Walter Wright. Pagan-Christian Connections by M. Brain Patrick. Myths of Childhood by Jim Cairo. Margot Adler: Working Magic in the Wider World, An Interview. The Ethics of Working Magic, a panel discussion. Living on Earth: The Goal of Sustainable Living by Pamela Hughes.
Book 4: Fireheart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual Transformation No. 6Add to your cart.
Contents: Ogham, Tree-Lore and The Celtic Tree Oracle, Part 1. by Erynn Darkstar. The Eightfold Path Part Five: Isolation by Daile Nicholson Arthen, Dorren Valiente: Withcraft- An Idea Whose Time Has Come, An Interview. Pagan Clergy, a panel disscusion, On the Origin or Religion by Jim Cairo, Paganism and Myths of Creation by Walter Wright Arthen. Living on Earth: Sacred Sites by Joe Callahan. As the Wheel Turns: 3 Creat Myths, An Historical Overview of the Whereabouts of Gnomes and Elves, Fauns and Faeries, Goblins, Ogres, Trolls and Bogies, Nymphs, Sprites, and Dryads, Past and Present by Buck Young.
Book 5: Fireheart: A Journal of Magick and Spiritual Transformation, No. 7Add to your cart.
Contents: Ogham, Tree-Lore and the Celtic Tree Oracle, part 2 by Erynn Darkstar, Starhawk: Healing Our Wounds, Healing the Earth, An Interview. Shapeshifting and Severed Heads by Tom Cowan. Pagan Clergy, part 2, a panel discussion. What Next? Alternative Community in the Next Millennium by Jim Cairo. As the Wheel Turns: Spells for Making and Breaking by Peg Aloi. Living on the Earth: 1,000 Pagans Running Naked Through the Forest- Let's Build It by Scott Pollack. Out of the Shadows: Coming Out by John Yohalem.
Folder 14: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, 1985-1987Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 1, Fall/Winter 1985Add to your cart.

Contents: The Mysterious Revelations of Philip K. Dick by Jay Kinney. What happens when a science fiction writer has his wisdom teeth pulled and sees God.

Excerpts from " The Exegesis" by Philip K Dick. Newly unearthed writings from Dick's private metaphysical journals.

The Passion of Sophia by David Fideler. An indepth recounting of the ancient gnostic creation myth according to Valentinus.

Valentinus: a Gnostic for all Seasons by Stephan Hoeller. What insights can the teaching of Valentinus and other gnostics provide us with today?

An Interview with Gilles Quispel by Christopher Farmer. The noted Dutch reliigious scholar discusses the place of gnosis in his life and that of C. G. Jung.

"Franz Kafka" by Jorge Luis Borges: A short story by Alvin Greenberg.

Finding the Language of Love: a review of the new translations of Rumi by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. For the first time in English, the Sufi mystic and poet is being presented in multi-faceted splendor.

Remembering Suleyman Dede by Kabir Helminski.

The Tree of Good and Evil by Jay Kinney. About the Rosicrucian painting.

Book 2: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 2, Spring/Summer 1986Add to your cart.

Contents: Magic: What is it? by Jay Kinney. A look at the methods and worldview of Western ritual magic as it is practiced today.

Magic's Roots by Tim O'Neill.

The Hinge of Magic by Charles Upton.

The Gnosis Interview: Diane di Prima by Jay Kinney and Hal Hughes. The poet discusses her work with Magic, visualization, and healing, and offers insights into teaching, the poetic process and esoteric traditions.

Magic and Religion: Hidden Partners? by Arthur Versluis. True magic and true spirituality may be more closely related than we are usually led to believe.

Scribe: An Informal History of Letter Forms by Justin Green. A wry look at our evolution from cave paintings to the present.

Magical Autobiographies by Chas Clifton. A critical examination of the works of Carlos Castaneda, Lynn Andrews, and other popular tellers of tales.

Priests, Professors, and Gurus by Joscelyn Godwin. When the Academy has become a Church, where does the Hermetic professor fit in?

Book 3: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 3, Fall/Winter 1986-87Add to your cart.

Contents:

A Capsule History of the Kabbalah by Jay Kinney

Some Kabbalistic ABC's by Jay Kinney. What is Kabbalah and where does it come from?

From the Zohar: "All of Israel Saw the Letters" by Daniel Matt.

Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism: An Overview by Pinchas Giller. A discussion of the relationship between the Kabbalah and Jewish Philosophy.

A Thirst for the Living God by Rav Abraham Kook. Translated by Burt Jacobson; designed by Michael Green.

The Kabbalah: Doorway to the Mind by Edward Hoffman. The psychotherapist as spiritual counselor.

The City of the Just. A meditative exercise.

The Gnosis interview: reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi by Yaquib ibn Yusuf. Of what value is tradition? How is a tradition like software? How good is "pop" Kabbalah?

The Cestial Man of Light by David Fideler.

The Portrait of the King by Reb Nahman. A new translation of a teaching tale with commentary by Yaqub ibn Yusuf.

Evocation: An Example of Kabbalistic Magic by Stephan Hoeller.  Contacting spirits and extracting powers of the soul.

A Higher Geometry by Jay Kinney. The unique Kabbalistic research of the Meru Foundation

A Reader's Guide to Kabbalah by David Meltzer. Recommended reading for the Kabbalistic student.

Book 4: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 4, Spring/Summer 1987Add to your cart.

Contents:

Heresies 101 by Jay Kinney. Why a little heresy may be good for your soul.

A Personal Top Ten Heretics List by David Fideler.

A necessary Heresy: Jung's Gnosticism and contemporary Gnosis by June Singer. Encountering gnosticism in history and in the present.

The Gnosis Interview: J. Gordon Melton by Jay Kinney. The noted scholar of contemporary religious sects and cults shares his thoughts on theology, heresy, and his own life.

The Spirtiual Dance by A Traveling Jewish Theatre. Ram Dass, Jack Kornfield, Deena Metzger, and Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi in dialogue about Jewish spiritual roots and tasks, and their individual paths.

The Legend of the Cathars by Judith Mann. An introduction to the medieval heretics of Southern France who incurred the wrath of the Inquisition.

The Anti-Caliph: A Study in Islamic Heresy by Peter Lamborn Wilson. A proposal for reviving ancient mystical heresy derived from Ibn 'Arabi and the Ismaili Assassins.

The Solitary Quest by Dixie Tracey-Kinney. A look at the fascinating history of Hermits in the West.

Book 5: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions  No. 5, Fall 1987Add to your cart.

Contents:

Forum: The Goddess, the Feminine, and the Masculine in Western Spirituality.

Oracles and Channeling, Introduction by Jay Kinney.

Recognizing Inner Teachers by Alfred S. Alschuler. Inner voices and their hearers throughout history.

Changing Channels by Chas Clifton. An irreverent guide to books about channeling and inner awareness.

Pitfalls of a Course in Miracles by Richard Smoley. A long-time student of the course discusses its value and its dangers.

The Gnosis Interview, Ann Toth: On Being a Medium and a Mystic by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. Some insights on integrating psychic and spiritual work from an experienced Canadian medium.

The Voice from the Center: The Oracle of Apollo and the Oracle of the Heart by David Fideler. The realization of teh self in light of Apollo and Dionysus at Delphi.

The Eye of the Sibyl by Philip K. Dick with an introduction by Jay Kinney. Philip K. Dick's first attempt to put his strange mystical experiences into fictional form.

The Chaldean Oracles and the Way to the Gods by Stephen Ronan. An introduction to the Greek oracular verses that influenced both neoplatonism and the Kabbalah.

Jewish Oracles by Yonassan Gershom. A short survey of the use of oracles in Jewish history.

The Enochian Calls by Andrew Gaze. A few words about John Dee and Edward Kelley's conversations with angelic beings.

Folder 15: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, 1988-1989Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 6, Winter 1988Add to your cart.

Contents:

Secret Societies: an Introduction by Jay Kinney.

The Templar Tradition: Yesterday and Today by Gaetan Delaforge. A short history of the Knights Templar and a look at the ideals of their spiritual heirs.

The Rosicrucian Dream by Christopher McIntosh. The relevance and influence of Christian Rosenkreutz today.

The Mountian of the Philosophers by Adam McLean. A rosicrucian emblem interpreted.

The Gnosis Interview: Gwenc'hlan Le Scouezec by Sophie Moore. The great druid of Brittany discusses contemporary Druidism.

Freemasonry and the hermetic Tradtion by R. A. Gilbert. What links, if any, are there between Freemasonry and esoteric teachings?

The Craft Meets the Craft by Chas Clifton. Talking with male witches who are also masons.

The Priory of Sion by Robert Anton Wilson. What hath Holy Blood, Holy Grail wought? A close look at the bizarre world of the ultimate secret society. 

The Hermtic Secret of Sir Walter Raleigh by David Fideler. Unveiling Raleigh's kabbalistic interests and " the School of Night."

The Invocation of the Black Sun by Tim O'Neill. What happens when performance art, post-industrial music, and ritual magic meet?

Book 2: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions  No. 7, Spring 1988Add to your cart.

Contents:

Esoteric Spirituality: Introduction

Inner Knowledge and Utter Confusion by Jay Kinney.

The Education of the Soul by Kabir Helminski. The work of the Sufis in the modern world.

The Gnosis Interview: Murat Yagan by Ya'qub Ibn Yusuf. A teacher of the Kebzeh tradition of the Caucasus Mtns. discusses the esoteric path.

Women Remembering by Joan McIntyre. Rediscovering an ancient communion in circles of women. Facing the Traditionalists by Joscelyn Godwin. An evaluation of Rene Guenon and other proponents of the Perennial Philosophy.

Facing the Traditionalists by Joan McIntyre. Rediscovering an ancient communion in circles of women.

Rene Guenon and the Signs of Our Times by David Fideler. A critical appraisal of Guenon's book, The Reign of Quantity.

Ibn 'Arabi for Our Generation by Ya'qub Ibn Yusuf. A new translation of Ibn 'Arabi's writings on Abraham, and a look at different versions of his 'Seals of Wisdom'.

A Hieroglyphic Thinker by David Fideler. The Life and Work of R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz.

The Apocalyptic Steiner by Anastasy Tousomou. The teachings of the founder of anthroposophy about the second comming of Christ. 

The Bible's Inner Meaning by Clyde W. Burnham II. Alvin Boyd Kuhn's symbolic keys to Biblical interpretation.

Has the World's Most Mysterious Manuscript Been Read at Last? by Terence McKenna. A new book claims to link the Voynich Manuscripts to the heretical Cathars.

Book 3: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions  No. 8, Summer 1988Add to your cart.

Contents: Alchemy: An Introduction by Jay Kinney.

The Age of Gold by Jim Melodini. The search for a reconciliation between alchemy and science.

Alchemy is Alive and Well by Hans Nintzel. hundreds of alchemists all over the world are working with this "lost" art.

The Gnosis Interview: Art Kunkin. by Christopher Farmer. A frank discussion of the ups and downs of a modern alchemist.

The Parting of the Ways by John Lash. Chinese and Western alchemy in contrast.

An Alchemical Mandala by Adam McLean.

Sexual Alchemy by Robert Anton Wilson . Is there a guide to tantric sexual yoga hidden in alchemy's symbolism?

An Alchemy Reading List by Ivan St. John. A short selection of books on varius facets of alchemy.

C. G. Jung and the Alchemical Revival by Stephan A. Hoeller. A look at Jung's understanding of alchemy and its implications.

The Rose Garden of the Philosophers by David Fideler. A look at spiritual horticulture and alchemystical gardening. 

The Regeneration of the Stone by Ivan St. John. An alchemical meditation attributed to Roger Bacon.

Alchemy out of India by Elemire Zolla. A search for the roots of alchemy in the East.

Book 4: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 9, Fall 1988Add to your cart.

Contents: Northern Mysteries: North by Northwest, an Introduction by Jay Kinney

The Gailless Lands by Caitlin and John Matthews. The message of the Grail Quest for restoring wholeness to the Waste Land.

The Crucible of the Goddess and the British Mystery Tradition by Mara Freeman. Celtic Folktales provide insights into the Feminine as Initiator in the ancient mysteries of Britian.

Listening to the Celts by John Carey. A look at the vital coexistance of te ancient and the new in early Irish Christianity.

A Goddess Arrives by Chas Clifton. An inquiry into the influence of Dion Fortune on the development of Gardnerian Witchcraft.

The Way of Woden by Edred Thorsson. The Runic Mysteries fo the hidden god of the North.

Wagner Revisited by Chrisopher Farmer. Recovering the myth of the hero as found in the operas of Richard Wagner.

The Controversy of the Occult Reich by John Roemer. Is there any basis to the charges that Hitler and the Third Reich were trafficking in black magic?

Hyperborea by Tim O'Neill. Pathworking the land of summer beyond the Northern snows.

Book 5: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 10, Winter 1989Add to your cart.

Contents: Jung and the Unconscious: Forever Jung, an Introduction by Jay Kinney.

Symbols of Transformation by Dawn Kolokithas. By understanding symobls presented by our psyche we transform ourselves.

On Having an Ego: Jung's Contribution to Gnosis by Yannis Toussulis. One person's journey from East to West with Jung's assistance.

The Gnosis Interview: June Singer by Jay Kinney. A conversation with the author of Androgyny and Boundaries of the Soul.

Jung and the Occult by Stephan A. Hoeller. An account of Jung's experiments and encounters with occult and psychic phenomena.

Invasion of the Archetypes by Dennis Stillings. An investigation of images of high numinosity in popular culture. 

Testing the Images of God by Michael Grosso. The final word on The Last Temptation of Christ.

Synchronicity, Isomorphism and the Implicate Order: Notes on Jung and Quantum Mechanics by Robert Anton Wilson. Are isomorphism and synchronicity both aspects of the nonlocaltiy of information?

The Limits of Jung by Ya'qub Ibn Yusuf. The spiritual journey beyond.

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Book 1: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions  No. 11, Spring 1989Add to your cart.

Contents: Ritual: Bill of Rites, an Introduction by Jay Kinney.

Why Ritual Works by Richar Smoley. According to Hawaiian shamanism, it's all thanks to your subconscious.

Confessions of a Closet Ritualist by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. Can ritual be meaningful to someone living in a secular society?

Wilderness Rites of Passage by John Davis. How the traditional vision quest can be recreated for our time.

With the Whirling Dervishes in Konya. by Jannkia Hurwitt. The Sufi practice of whirling can be traced back to the 11th century, but it's still very much alive today.

The Diamond Way by Hannah M. G. Shapero. This esoteric ritual is as close as your nearest sandlot.

The Gnosis of the Eucharist by Stephan A. Hoeller. The mass as a steppingstone to direct communion with the divine.

Rituals: Making Incense by Christopher Landon. How incense can be made and used to enhance ritual practice.

The Gnosis Interview: Colin Wilson by Christopher Farmer. An ebullient conversation with the author of the The Outsider and The Occult.

 

Book 2: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 12, Summer 1989Add to your cart.

Contents: Sects and Schisms: the Joy of Sects, an Introduction by Jay Kinney.

The Three Faces of Satan by Chas Clifton. A close look at the "Satanism Scare" and its accusers.

Wandering Bishops by Stephen Hoeller. Do the hundereds of bishops outside of Papal control hold the key to a new sacramental Christianity?

The Modern Rosicrucians by Christopher McIntosh. A fascinating history of 20th century Rosicrucian groups.

The  Gnosis Interview: The Imperator of AMORC by Jay Kinney and Tim O'Neill. A talk with Gary L. Stewart, head of the largest modern Rosicrucian group.

Hubbard's Ladder by Tom Joyce. Are Scientlogy's "technologies of transformation" worth a second look?

Shootout at the Circle 7 Koran by Peter Lamborn Wilson. The unique story of Noble Drew Ali and the Moorish Science Temple.

Hasidism by Lawrence Sutin. An overview of the Jewish sect's road from mystical heresy to orthodoxy.

The Swedenborgian Church by Jim Lawrence. The exoteric journey of Swedenborg's esoteric teachings.

What's so Secret about The Secret Doctrine? by Jay Williams. A skeptical look at H. P. Blavatsky's groundbreaking Theosophical book.

Book 3: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 13, Fall 1989Add to your cart.

Contents: The Goddess: Lifting the Veil, an Introduction by Jay Kinney.

Sophia: Goddess of Wisodm by Caitlin Matthews. Sophia in her many guises may be the key tot he Goddess's reappearance.

The Goddess Emerging by De-Anna Alba. An overview of the rise of Goddess-worship and paganism in the 20th century.

Images of the Goddess by D. Jean Collins. Dion Fortune, Andre Norton, and insights into the Black Godess.

Goddess in the Metropolis by Irene Javors. The Goddess walks the streets of our urban experience.

The Mother of Memory by Dawn Kolokithas. A meditation of the mythic figure and role of the Muse.

Animals and the Goddess by Susan Levitt. A look at the indelible link between the Goddess and the animal kingdom.

Shekhinah: A poem by Leah Novick.

Visions of Mary and Psychic Evolution by Michael Grosso. Are virgin Mary sightings partof a pattern of behavior modification?

Goddesses Yes; Goddess, No! by Stephan A. Hoeller. The limits of monotheism in light of the feminine and the multi-centered God image.

The Goddess: None Other Than God by Charles Upton. The divine in nature calls for the transcendent unitary vision as well.

Beyond the Goddess by Richard Smoley. Without balance the feminine may be as prone to excess as the unrestrained masculine.

Book 4: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 14, Winter 1990Add to your cart.

Contents: The Dark Side: Standing in the Shadows, An Introduction by Jay Kinney.

Baron Julius Evola and the Hermetic Tradition by Robin Waterfield. A first look at the controversial Italian esotericist and traditionalist.

The Evlution of Julius Evola's Thought by Elemire Zolla. A glimpse at Evola's interaction with Reghini, Fascism and the Nazis.

Who's Afraid of the Bogeyman? by Jay Kinney. A discussion of the phatasm of esoteric terrorism.

Meeting Darkness on the Path by William Carl Eichman. A practical approach to the varieties of darknes on the spiritual path.

Descent to the Underworld by Joan McIntyre. A reinterpretation of the Inanna-Erishkegal myth for men and women.

Kahuna Ana'Ana: the One Who Walks in Darkness by S. E. hertel. An interview with two Hawaiian Kahunas: Kahana and Pahia.

The Dark Face of Gnosis by Erik Davis. Tuning into alien signals and divine noise, with gnostic negativity.

Iblis, The Black Light by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Satan(ism) in Islam and among the heretical Yezidis in Iran.

Fundamental Differences by Richard Smoley. An analysis of the conservative Christian attack on the New Age.

The Redeption of the Shekhinah by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. The role of the Shekhinah and the feminine as the dark side of Judaism.

Occultism and the Renaissance Outlook by Bernadette Bosky. What exactly were alchemists talking about- sex magic?

Umberto Eco Muddies the Waters by Deborah Belle Forman and Jay Kinney. Two critical reviews of Eco's new occult, novel, Faucault's Pedulum.

Book 5: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions  No. 15, Spring 1990Add to your cart.

Contents: Ancient Civilizations: Long Away and Far Ago, An Introduction by Jay Kinney.

Listening to the Ruins by Peter Balin. How the Maya have been viewed and reviewed through the years.

Atlantis in Wetern Esoteric Thought by Timothy O'Neill. Tracing a powerful myth through history.

The Spirit of Egypt by Michael Crisp. A look at history's most religious civilization.

An Interview with Bika Reed by David Fideler. A talk with the noted translator of ancient Egyptian writings.

The Delphic Dynamo by Dawn Kolokithas. Delphi then and now.

Overcomming the Greeks by Richard Smoley. The problem they couldn't solve: reconciling faith and reason.

The Ancient Temple and Modern Cosmology: An Interview with John Michell by David Fideler. A talk with the famous investigator of astroarchaeology and sacred geometry.

Catal Huyuk: The Temple City of Prehistoric Anatolia by William Carl Eichman. The oldest known city and its religious philosophy.

The Message of Meroe by D. Jean Collins. Lessons from the ancient Kushite kingdom.

Introducing Dervish Yunus by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. A look at three recent books on the Sufi poet Yunus Emre.

Folder 17: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, 1990-1991Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 16, Summer 1990Add to your cart.

Contents: Back to Basics by Jay Kinney & Ya'qub ibn Yusuf.

In the Light of Orthodoxy by John Garvey. The meaning of orthodoxy and its relationship to esotericism.

The Living Tradition of Catacomb Christianity: An Interview with Father Herman by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. The Abbot of the St. Herman Monastery discusses Christian Orthodoxy and the modern world.

Readings in Orthodox Spirituality by Anne Barkham & Brother James Barfield. Suggested books for a deeper understanding of Orthodoxy.

Vladimir Soloviev: Russian Orthodox Apostle of Gnosis & Sophia by Stephan A. Hoeller.  The intriguing story of a unique Russian mystic.

Against Non-Sense: An Interview with Roger Garaudy. The French author and political figure discusses the three "isms" in his life.

The Esoteric Orthodoxy of Catholicism by Charles Coulombe. Appreciating traditional Catholicism from an esoteric perspective.

You Create Your Own Orthodoxy byJordan Gruber. Will New Age philosophy grow to become an orthodoxy?

On Orthodoxy: An Interview with Rabbi Shlomo Carlbach by Micha Odenheimer. A modern Hasidic Master talks about the power of traditional Judaism.

The Esoteric Sacraments: An Inquiry Into the Catholic Mysteries by Charles Upton. A look at the seven sacraments from multiple points of view.

Book 2: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 17, Fall 1990Add to your cart.

Contents: Beyond Either/Or by Jay Kinney.

A Season with Aphrodite by Judy Harrow. The path of Aphrodite in today's world.

The Cosmic Pulse: Where Sex and Spirit Meet by Nina Silver. How relevant are Reich's theories for incorporating sexuality with spirituality?

A Fire in the Shadows: The Roots and Aims of Modern Magickal Sexuality by Timothy O'Neill. A reader's guide to the history of sex magick.

Pagan Polarity by Michelle Delio. Love, not gender, may be the real key to the magical theory of polarity.

Coitus Reservatus & Mystical Sex by Louis W. Meldman. The history and practice of the major technique of mystical sex.

Recovering Sexual Wholeness from Biblical Traditions by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. The Jewish roots of Christianity reveal a more open attitude toward sexuality.

Sexuality, Marriage, & the Sacred: An Islamic Sufi Perspective by Kabir Helminski. What do Islam and the Qu'ran really say about sex and love?

Book 3: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 18, Winter 1991Add to your cart.

Content: Century of Marvels, Century of Light: The Esoteric Treasures of the Twelfth Century by Timothy O'Neill. From Grail lore to Gothic cathedrals, from Muslims to monks, it was a century of rich spiritual development.

The Birth Within Mesiter Eckhart and the Knowing of God by Theodore J. Nottingham. An introduction to the unsurpassed German mystic.

The Code of Love Troubadours, Cathars. and Ezra Pound by John Kimsey. Did the poets of courtly love and the gnostic heretics of medieval Provence share the same esoteric perspective?

Unlocking Alchemy's Secrets A Conversation with Adam MacLean by Jay Kinney. The editor of the Hermetic Journal discusses the insights into alchemical symbolism.

Fire, Breath, & Silence The Kabbalistic Meditations of Abraham Abulafia by Avram Davis. The mystical techniques of the thirteenth century Jewish visionary.

The Unexamined Tarot by Chas S. Clifton. What are the real origins of this most popular of oracles?

Doctor Illuminatus The Achievements of Raymond Lully by Charles Coulombe. A look at the life and work of one of the greatest minds of the Middle Ages.

Book 4: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 19, Spring 1991Add to your cart.

Contents: My Mind Plays Tricks On Me by Richard Smoley.

The Fool-The Clown-The Jester by Fred Fuller. Sacred clowns are an ancient and vigorous tradition in Western culture.

The Green Man: The Trickster Figure in Sufism by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Incarnations and interpretations of Khezr, "the Hidden Prophet" of Islam.

The Trickster and Creative Illness by D. Jean Collins. Spiritual transformation is often preceded by an appearance of the Trickster.

Loki, Father of Strife by Alice Karlsdottir. The notorious Norse god who clears the way for rebirth and renewal.

Trickster at the Crossroads by Erik Davis. Eshu-Elegbara, the West African god of messages, sex, and deceit.

Dr. Gene Don't Take No Guff by Brad Bailey. Don't touch that dial! The Rambo of TV preachers is here with a pledge break from hell.

Confessions of a Professional Trickster by Paul Krassner. The long-time provocateur relates some of his favorite pranks.

Book 5: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 20, Summer 1991Add to your cart.

Content: Meetings with a Remarkable Paradox by Richard Smoley. A glimpse into Gurdjieff's rich and mysterious life.

The Fourth Way and Inner Transformation by Theodore J. Nottingham. Steps to the evolution of the self.

The Cosmology of the Fourth Way by Walter Scheer. Where man fits into the universe according to Gurdjieff.

The Essence of the Work: An Interview with Jacob Needleman by Richard Smoley & Jay Kinney. The well-known author and student of the Gurdjieff teachings gives his views of the Work.

The Work Today by Joel Friedlander. Gurdjieff's ideas live on in a variety of groups and approaches.

Gurdjieff and Kabbalah by Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi. Striking parallels between the Tree of Life and Gurdjieff's System.

Mouravieff and the Secret of the Source by Robin Amis. Gurdjieff's hints about the origin of his System point to early Christian teachings.

Gurdjieff and the Tower of Babel by Anonymous. Was Gurdjieff simply a representative of the "wisdom of the world"?

A Remembering Feast: The Gurdjieff Legacy by Kathleen Riordan Speeth. The author of The Gurdjieff Work imagines a conversation among the master's mourners.

Folder 18: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, 1991-1992Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 21, Fall 1991Add to your cart.

Contents: The Shotgun Wedding by Jay Kinney. Why the marriage of religion and politics ought to end in divorce.

Jihad: Islam's Struggle for Truth by Vincent J. Cornell. To Muslims, jihad means much more than "holy war."

Soldiers of Christ by Charles A. Coulombe. How the Roman Catholic ideal expressed itself in chivalry and the Crusades.

War on High: An Interview with Elizabeth Clare Prophet by Jay Kinney and Richard Smoley. This controversial figure speaks out on fallen angels, the power elite, nuclear war, and her own career.

Reconciling Hawk and Dove by Judy Harrow. Can the lion and the lamb learn how to lie down together?

No Peaceful Warriors! by Amrbose Hollingworth Redmoon. Is "peaceful warrior" a contradiction in terms?

Warfare Without and Within by John Garvey. In Eastern Orthodoxy, the real enemy is one you can't see.

Hildegard of Bingen, Warrior of Light by Elaine Bellezza. This remarkable woman kept alive an image of the Divine Feminine in the Middle Ages.

Women of the Golden Dawn by Mary K. Greer. They transformed Western occultism-and the twentieth century.

Book 2: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 22, Winter 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Are Dreams for Real? by Richard Smoley. Many traditions suggest a dream world that underpins earthly reality.

The Dark Speech of God by Michael McNierney. Early Christians gave a surprising prominence to dreams and visions.

Portals of Sleep by Charles A. Coulombe. To the ancient Celts, dreams were a door to the land of Faerie.

The Dreaming Universe by Fred Alan Wolf. A physicist explores how quantum physics may revise our notion of both dreams and waking reality.

The Promise of Shared Dreaming by Barbara Shor. A dreamworker reports on group experiments in dreaming a common dream.

The Body's Role in Dreaming by Luke Lukens. How the psychological technique of focusing uses your body's wisdom to find meaning in dreams.

Dreams and the Sufy Path by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee. How Sufi mystics have worked with dreams down through the centuries.

The Dream of the Sleeper by Refik Algan. Sufi teachings on how dreams mirror our stages of growth on the spiritual path.

The Dream Question of Kabbalah by Ariel Bar-Tzadok. A kabbalistic invocation for requesting divine answers through dreams.

The Weighing of the Heart by D. Jean Collins. What kind of ethics does dreamwork require today?

Book 3: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 23, Spring 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Shadowboxing with God by Jay Kinney. What does Gnosticism have to do with gnosis?

Attack of the Archons by James B. DeKorne. If the archons are the enemy, they may be us.

What is Gnostic? by Stephen A. Hoeller. Suggestions for pinning down this slippery term.

The Seed of Light by Chas S. Clifton. Did the ancient Gnostics practice sacramental sex?

Gnosticism and Social Action by Charles Upton. How does a Gnostic change the world?

Tongues of Fire, Gifts of Noise by Erik Davis. No, information isn't knowledge. But it can be some help along the way.

Imagination and the Sacred: An Interview with Kathleen Raine by Jay Kinney. The noted poet and scholar discusses art and spirituality in today's world.

Caliban's Masque Spiritual Anarchy and the Wild Man in Colonial America by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Had American history gone differently, we might have ended up with a religion of the Wild Man.

Book 4: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 24, Summer 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Choose Your Saints Wisely by Richard Smoley. Why we must cast a cold eye on even our greatest heroes.

The Hell-Fire Club by Daniel Willens. Were they Satanists and libertines? Or some of the most progressive and far-sighted men in British history?

The Grand Copt by Timothy O'Neill. How the legendary Cagliostro tried to revive the magic of ancient Egypt.

The Best of the Beast by Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen. What can we make of the legacy of the inimitable Aleister Crowley?

Heroic Virtue An Interview with Brother David Steindl-Rast by Richard Smoley. A distinguished monk talks about saints, the contemplative life, and the future of the Catholic Church.

Wrath, Sanctity, and Power by John Carey. Why were those Irish saints so darn ornery?

Was Tsar Nicholas a Saint? by Stephen Muratore. The case of the last tsar of Russia casts some light on who becomes a saint, and why.

Book 5: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 25, 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Getting Real about Getting Together by Jay Kinney. The collective enterprise- you can't live with it and you can't live without it.

Symposium: The Spirituality of the Future. Several spiritual teachers, writers, and thinkers give their views of where we're headed.

The Church of the Inner Life by Theodore J. Nottingham. Can a living spirituality still be found in today's churches?

The Quiet Revolution by Robin Waterfield. How the Brothers and Sisters of the Common Life helped revive medieval Christianity.

Is the Men's Movement a Religion? by Charles Upton. What are the spiritual implications of Robert Bly's Iron John?

Divining the Beloved Community by D. Jean Collins. On finding spiritual fellowship in South Central Los Angeles.

The Diamond Approach: An Interview with A.H. Almaas by Richard Smoley. The originator of a new synthesis of psychology and spirituality discusses authentic being, group work, and the search for God.

Grapes Ripen Smiling at One Another by Kabir Helminski. Why the group process is necessary for individual growth in Sufism.

Black Gods of the Inner City by Prince -A- Cuba. A brief history of the turbulent and multifarious Nation of Islam.

Folder 19: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions, 1993-1994Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 26, Winter 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: The Fires of Artifice by Richard Smoley. Do psychedelics really tell you the truth about yourself?

Mysticism: Contemplative and Chemical by Roger Walsh. How "artificial" experiences compare with the ecstasies of contemplatives.

Drugs and the Path. Truth, illusion, and punctured auras- a variety of spiritual teachers give their views.

Using Psychedelics Wisely by Myron J. Stolaroff. A veteran researcher suggests how to get the best out of psychedlic experience.

Psychedelics: A First-Amendment Right by a Psychedelicist. Should mind-changing drugs be protected by the Constitution?

Two Classic Trips by Thomas Riedlinger. Adelle Davis loved it, but it was a bummer for Jean-Paul Sartre.

The Gnosis Interview with Ram Dass by Jay Kinney and Richard Smoley. A lively discussion about LSD, spirituality, the '60s, and gurus.

The Sobriety that Surpasses Intoxication by Kabir Helminski. Does traditional spirituality offer something better than drugs?

Ecstasy Revisited by Bruce Eisner. What the rave scene and cutting-edge psychology have in common.

Gracie's Visible Language by Gracie & Zarkov. Why language may be "the most alien artiface we have."

Gerald Heard: Soul Guide to the Beyond Within by John V. Cody. A glimpse of the visionary who turned on the California elite years before Timothy Leary.

Book 2: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 27, Spring 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: It May be Sacred, but is it Art? by Richard Smoley. What do Gurdjieff's "objective art,"  chaos theory, and Prince Charles have in common?

Orpheus and the Mysteries of Harmony by David Fideler. The ancient Greek ideal of harmony and proportion may point a direction for our civilization today.

Maps of the Eternal by Daniel Gautier. Just what was it that made those Gothic cathedrals so beautiful?

Esoteric Sound & Color by Jeff Chitouras. How sound and color can promote greater health and well-being.

Eurythmy by Thomas Poplawski. A glimpse of Rudolf Steiner's system of sacred movement.

The Gnosis Interview with Hamza el Din by Jay Kinney and Jeff Chitouras. The celebrated Nubian musician discusses his life and personal approach to music.

Windows into Heavan by Stephen Muratore. What higher realities are written in Orthodox icons?

The Immediatist Manifesto by Hakim Bey. How to cast the moneychangers out of the artistic temple.

The Magical Mark: The Art of Tattoo by Michelle Delio. Did the first of all sacred arts use the human body as a canvas?

Book 3: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 28, Summer 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: Split Personalities by Jay Kinney. Some say there's one, others say there are many. So what's all the fuss about?

Reconciling One and Many by Frank Donnola. No matter what they claim, most religions include versions of both monotheism and polytheism.

A Natural Wealth by Nisi Shawl. The traditions of the African diaspora boast a vibrant pantheon and a deep sense of connection to the physical world.

Imaginary Mahatmas by Paul Johnson. Who were H.P. Blavatsky's Masters really?

One Path or Many? The Gnosis Interview with Charles Tart by Richard Smoley and Jay Kinney. The noted psychologist talks about psi research, psychedelics, and integrating different spiritual teachings on a personal path.

No Other Gods? by Peter Stenshoel. A Gnostic Christian looks at the evangelical critique of "Neo-Paganism"

Working Polytheism by Sam Webster. On working with many gods for personal and transpersonal ends.

The God of Abraham by Stan Tenen. Does higher mathematics give reason to posit one God?

Man as God and Creator by Richard Smoley. Each of us may be the "God" of a world created by our own thoughts and intentions.

Why Knock on Wood? by Ken Textor. How tree myths are connected to the uses people have found for wood.

Book 4: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 29, Fall 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: A Gown Both Subtle and Dense by Richard Smoley. Embodiment encompasses many levels, from the finest to the most palpable.

The Body of Light by John Mann and Lar Short. A brief introduction to the notion of subtle bodies.

The Further Reaches of Self-Observation by Dennis Lewis. The pathway to consciousness leads straight through the body.

The Body Electric by Normandi Ellis. How the ancient Egyptians viewed human embodiment.

Knowledge of the Body: The Gnosis Interview with Michael Murphy by Richard Smoley. Esalen's founder reflects on the past, present, and future of self-transformation.

Kabbalah, Sexuality, and the Body by Avram Davis. Why traditional Judaism doesn't see the body as private property.

Fingers of Flame: Christianity and the Spiritualization of the Body by Cynthia Bourgeault. Does Christianity really teach us to hate the flesh?

Learning How to Learn by Dennis Leri. For Moshe Feldenkrais, body work was not a matter of repair, but instruction.

The Hunter's Eucharist by Chas S. Clifton. Is sport hunting really a sin against nature?

Book 5: Gnosis: A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions No. 30, Winter 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: The Sufi Conundrum by Jay Kinney. What does this ancient tradition offer to the West today?

From the Outside In by Maureen Clark. A glimpse into the mysteries of Sufism as portrayed in its rich literature.

Sufism Comes to America by Jay Kinney. An overview of the teachers and groups that have established themselves on these shores.

A Path to Human Wholeness by Kabir Helminski. How the Sufi path can deepen our sense of our own humanity.

Your Lips Won't Stain the Moon: A Sampling of Sufi Poetry. A taste of the poets who have expressed the heights and depths of mystical experience.

The Goal of Oneness:The Gnosis Interview with Refik Algan by Jay Kinney and Richard Smoley. A revealing conversation about the orders, the lineage, and the methods of Sufi transmission.

Sufism and the Source by Murat Yagan. Can this tradition be traced to a pre-Islamic source in the Caucasus?

Women and Sufism by Camille Adams Helminski. From its inception, women have played a significant role in the Sufi heritage.

The Sufi Path of Individuation by Yannis Toussulis. How does the Sufi way compare to Jung's view of the inner quest?

Sufism in the West and the Question of Religion by Ya'qub ibn Yusuf. Do you have to be a Muslim to be a Sufi?

A Reader's Guide to Sufism by Jay Kinney. A roundup of the best books on the subject available in English.

Folder 20: Doc Solomon's Occult Calendar, 2018-2019Add to your cart.

This calendar includes feast days for several Archangels and Saints, the major Egyptian and Roman Deities, and feast days for many historical and mythological figures of importance to the Solomonic Tradition. This will make finding days proper for invocations and offerings easy.

A later section of the booklet provides short descriptions of each Feast, Holy Day, or the figure for whom the day is important. I have also included the dates when the seven Planets enter and leave the Zodiac signs they rule, the dates upon which the Sun and Moon enter each sign, and when any planet goes retrograde or direct.

Finally, I have included charts of the essential Planetary Dignities, the 28 Mansions of the Moon, and the rulership of the Seven Archangels over the hours of the day and night."--Page 4 of cover

Book 1: Doc Solomon's Occult Calendar, 2018Add to your cart.

Contents: Introduction, Calendar, Planetary Quick-Reference, Lunar Mansions, Archangels Ruling the Hours, Feasts and Holy Days.

Aaron Leitch 1974- author

Tampa, Florida: Doc Solomon's Occult Press

[Autographed edition]

Book 2: Doc Solomon's Occult Calendar, 2019Add to your cart.

Contents: Preface, Calendar, Planetary Quick-Reference, Table of Planetary Dignities, Lunar Quick-Reference, Lunar Mansions, Archangels Ruling the Hours, Feasts and Holy Days.

Aaron Leitch 1974- author

Tampa, Florida: Doc Solomon's Occult Press

[Autographed edition]

Box 20: Periodicals G-NAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Gnosis No. 31-35, 1994-1995Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis No. 31, Spring 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: A Glimpse of Eastern Expanses by Richard Smoley

Esoteric Russia by Stephan A. Hoeller

The Unknown Russian Mysticism by Igor Kungurtsev and Olga Luchakova

The Cosmos of the Ancient Slavs by Adrian Ivakhiv

Turning to Orthodoxy by Siobhan Houston

The Eastern European Conception of Suffering by Valentin Tomberg

Daniil Andreev: Herald of Unseen Worlds by Alexei Bogdanov

The Bogomils: Gnostics of Old Bulgaria by Paul Tice

What is Esotericism? The Gnosis Interview with Antoine Faivre by Richard Smoley and Jay Kinney

Book 2: Gnosis No. 32, Summer 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: Pop and Circumstance by Jay Kinney

The Gods of the Funny Books An Interview with Rachel Pollack and Neil Gaiman by Erik Davis

Why the Enneagram? An Interview with Helen Palmer by Richard Smoley

Science Fiction and the Mythic Future by TIm Maroney

Romances of a New Reality by Waverly Fitzgerald

Diart of a Net Fiend by Tim Maroney

Audio Magicians by Peter Stenshoel and Jay Kinney

Music, Magic, & Media Mischief: The Gnosis Interview with Genesis P-Orridge by Jay Kinney

Stranged in Flatland: A Critique of Education in Modern America by David Fideler

The Light of the Sacred Fire by Hannah M.G. Shapero

Book 3: Gnosis No. 33, Fall 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: Heaven, Earth, and Us by Richard Smoley

Earth and Spirit by Igor Kungurtsev and Olga Luchakova

The Fate of the Earth According to Rudolph Steiner by Gary Lachman

Geomancy: A New Form for the Making of Cities by Gail Thomas

Nature and the Numinous: The Gnosis Interview with Sterling Bunnell by Jay Kinney and Richard Smoley

Snakes and Ladders by Erik Davis

Earth, Shamanism, and the Catholic Church by John Perkins

Chaos, Eros, Earth, and Old Night by Peter Lanmborn Wilson

Sacred Earth, Sacred Earthling

Animals in the Muslim World by Denys Johnson-Davies

The Meaning of Ecstasy by Richard Squires

Book 4: Gnosis No. 34, Winter 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: A Healing Tale by Jay Kinney

The Art of Psychic Healing by Rebecca Wilson

Healing and the Spiritual World: The Gnosis Interview with Barbara Brennan by Jay Kinney

Taoist Healing Through Chi Nei Tsang by Dennis Lewis

What's the Use of a Tiger? by Mary Hendryx

Sole Searching by Ray L. Beck

From Woundedness to Union by Cynthia Bourgeault

Hermatic Healing in Italy by Dana Lloyd Thomas

Beyond the Ideology of Healing by Richard Grossinger

Gnosis: Goal or Ground? by John Wren-Lewis

The Solar Temple Dossier

Book 5: Gnosis No. 35, Spring 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: The Religion of No-Religion by Richard Smoley

Exiled in America by Alison Hawthorne Deming

What is God? The Gnosis Interview with Karen Armstrong by Richard Smoley

Quetzalcoatl and the Path to Culture by Bruce Scofield

Meeting the Virgin of Guadalupe by Joanne K. McPortland

The Forgotten Shakers by Chas. S. Clifton

The Transcendental Impulse by Mark Richard Barna

Joseph Smith: American's Hermetic Prophet by Lance S. Owens

Encounters on the Native Path by June Huang

Folder 2: Gnosis 36-40, 1995-1996Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis No. 36, Summer 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: Stairway to Heaven by Jay Kinney

Wise Men From the East by Stephan A. Hoeller

Exploring the Inner Realms: The Gnosis Interview with Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki by Frank Donnola

Dr. Dee and the Spirits by Cherry Gilchrist

Light from Ten Spheres by Edward Hoffman

Heavens and Hells by Gary Lachman

Strange Encounter in Jogjakarta by John Krajewski

Chaos Magic by Siobhan Houstan

On Amhusta Kebzeh by Murat Yagan

Book 2: Gnosis No. 37, Fall 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: Days of Future Past by Jay Kinney

State of the Hidden Arts

The Hidden Wisdom of Psalmody by Cynthia Bourgeault

Tradition and Truth: A Gnosis Interview with Huston Smith by Richard Smoley and Jay Kinney

Israel Regardie, the Golden Dawn, and Psychotherapy by Cris Monnastre and David Griffin

Cleaving to God by Shefa Gold

Alchemia by Harry S. Robins

Islam, Tradition, and the West: A Gnosis Interview with Seyyed Hossein Nast by Jay Kinney

Book 3: Gnosis No. 38, Winter 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: The Stars We Are by Richard Smoley

Grinding the Mill of Heaven: An Interview with Graham Hancock by Ed Conroy

Ladder to Labyrinth by Priscilla Costello

The Star-Gods of Neoplatonism by Kenneth Stein

The Lost Art of Astrology by Robert Hand

Wars in Heaven by Jay Kinney

The Coming of Sophia: The Gnosis Interview with Robert Powell by Richard Smoley

The Religion of the Stars by Christopher Gibson

Mapping the Unknown by Cherry Gilchrist

Book 4: Gnosis No. 39, Spring 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: The Real and the Unreal by Richard Smoley

Nonduality and Western Seekers by Ati Akarta (Igor Kungurtsev)

Eastern Lingo for Westerners by Richard Smoley

Face to Face: Confronting the Guru-Disciple Relationship by Ihla F. Nation

The Big Kahuna An Interview with Papa Auwae by Tom DeMoss

The Caravan of Summer by Peter Lamborn Wilson

Time, Space, Knowledge an Interview with Tarthang Tulku

Friends of Friends by Rhoda R. Gilman

Pagan Dharma by Sam Webster

Art, Love, and Tradition: The Wisdom of Ananda K. Coormaraswamy by Paul Hurley

Book 5: Gnosis No. 40, Summer 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: From Lead to Gold by Richard Smoley

The Emerald Tablet Translated by Richard Smoley

On the Trail of the Winged God by Stephan A. Hoeller

The Renaissance of Hermetic Man by Gary Lachman

The Quintessence of Alchemy: The Gnosis Interview with Francois Trojani by Joseph Rowe

Secrets of Malta by Virginia M. Fellows

Geometries of the Sword by John Michael Greer

The Enochian Apocalypse by Donald Tyson

Folder 3: Gnosis No. 41-45, 1996-1997Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis No. 41, Fall 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: The Beatles: A New Translation by Francis DiMenno

The Order of the Twelfth Apostle by Eglantin L'Audace

The Cigars of Paradise by Mack White

The Leap of Faith by Harry S. Robins

Easter Bunny, P.I. by Gus Murphy

An Initial Encounter with Ramtha by J. Gordon Melton

The Distorted Enneagram: the Gnosis Interview with Claudio Naranjo by OM C. Parkin and Boris Fittkau

After the Deluge by Paul Hurley

The Great Cosmic Fairy Tale by Mary Devlin

Christians Reconsidered by Sandra Tsing Log

Book 2: Gnosis No. 42, Winter 1997Add to your cart.

Contents: The Big Unknown  by Jay Kinney

Don Juan and Death by Thomas Murphy

The Case Against Reincarnation by Joscelyn Godwin

Afterlife Visions of a Sleeping Prophet by K. Paul Johnson

Coup de Grace: Neo-Pagan Ethics and Assisted Suicide by Judy Harrow

Meeting in the Body of Hope by Cynthia Bourgeault

Standing Between Life and Death by Mary-Frances Taffe

Kabbalah and the Afterlife by Edward Hoffman

Book 3: Gnosis No. 43, Spring 1997Add to your cart.

Contents:  More Than a Feeling by Richard Smoley

The Poet of Body and Soul by Mark Richard Barna

A Mystery of Sex by John Michael Greer and Carl Hood, Jr.

Love and Awakening An Interview with John Welwood by Paul Shippee

Letting God be the Matchmaker by Eileen Flanagan

Why Do We Quarrel? by Jacob Needleman

The War Against Love by David Fideler

Pain, Desire, and Transcendence by Jay Kinney

From Russia with love by Gary Lachman

Contemporary Kabbalah an Interview with Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi by Frank Donnola

Book 4: Gnosis No. 44, Summer 1997Add to your cart.

Contents: Masonic Civilization by Richard Smoley

The Initiatic Symbolism of Freemasonry by Thomas D. Worrel

The Temple and the Scrolls The Gnosis Interview with Christopher Knight by Richard Smoley

Sources of the Fraternal Spirit by Dale E. Boudreau

Good Masons, Bad Masons by David Greason

The Pope and the Pornographer by Brian Riggs

A Modern Pythagorean by Dana Lloyd Thomas

Readings in the Old Lodge Library by Timothy O'Neill

Book 5: Gnosis No. 45, Fall 1997Add to your cart.

Contents: Popular Mystery by Richard Smoley

Encounter with the Uncreated by Theodore J. Nottingham

The Storm in Alexandria by Brian Riggs

Boehme for Beginners by Cynthia Bourgeault

Working on the Inner Side: The Gnosis Interview with Nicholas Whitehead by Martha J. Shultz

Looking for Celtic Christianity by John Carey

The Secret Church of John by Charles A. Coulombe

A New Order of Priests by Sara Draper

Brothers in Light and Blood by James Burbank

Folder 4: Gnosis No. 46-51, 1998-1999Add to your cart.
Book 1: Gnosis No. 46, Winter 1998Add to your cart.

Contents:  Patterns in a Subtle Light by Richard Smoley

The Tarot: An Inquiry Into Origins by Ronald O. Decker

Cards, Stones, Dice, and Bones by Mary K. Greer

Oracles Within: The Inner Animal Teachings of G.I. Gurdijieff by Rob Baker

The Gnosis Interview with Liza Wiemer by Jay Kinney

Astrology and Divination: Thinking Magically and Critically by Erin Sullivan

The Way of Change by Gary Lachman

The Forgotten Oracle by John Michael Greer

Book 2: Gnosis No. 47, Spring 1998Add to your cart.

Contents: Pray Tell by Jay Kinney

The Essence of Prayer by Theodore J. Nottingham

Way of the Sacred Pipe by Jay Cleve

Toxic Prayer: An Interview with Larry Dossey by Richard Smoley

The Sufi and the Zen Master by John W. Groff, Jr.

The Soul in Prayer by Robert Sardello

Mysteries of the Sun by Siobhan Houston

All That Glitters an Interview with E.J. Gold & Co. by Richard Smoley

Book 3: Gnosis No. 48, Summer 1998Add to your cart.

Contents: The Old Religion by Richard Smoley

Nature Religion for Real by Chas S. Clifton

Explaining Wicca by Judy Harrow

Life, Death, and the Goddess: The Gnosis Interview with Starhawk and Carol Christ by Richard Smoley

A Witch Among the Navajos by Malcolm Brenner

The Goddess Movement, Past and Present by Carol LeMasters

The Red God: Woodcraft and the Origins of Wicca by John Michael Greer and Gordon Cooper

When is a Celt not a Celt? by Joanna Hautin-Mayer

Book 4: Gnosis No. 49, Fall 1998Add to your cart.

Contents: The New Age Trajectory by Jay Kinney

Notes of a New Age Survivor by Ihla F. Nation

News of the New Age by D. Patrick Miller

Crisis of the Calendar: The Gnosis Interview with Jose and Lloydine Arguelles by Richard Smoley

Escape from Utopia by Bob Banner

The Creation of Divine Voice by Carole Brooks Platt

Active Imagination in Practice by Robin Robertson

Book 5: Gnosis No. 50, Winter 1999Add to your cart.

Contents:  Two A.M. in the Garden of Good and Evil by Jay Kinney

The Mystery of Iniquity by Stephan A. Hoeller

Has the Church of Satan Gone to Hell? by Jack Boulware

How to do Good: A Satanic Perspective by Don Webb

Doubt! The Gnosis Interview with Robert Anton Wilson by Richard Smoley and Jay Kinney

The Evil Fomorians by Tom Cowan

Sex, Spirit, and Abuse by Arthur Waskow

Book 6: Gnosis No. 51, Spring 1999Add to your cart.

Contents: The Illumined Heart by Richard Smoley

Healing the Wounded King by John Matthews

The Mystery of Regeneration: The Gnosis Interview with R.J. Stewart by Richard Smoley

Where is the Grail? by Charles A. Coulombe

Jung and the Grail by Ean Begg

Reclaiming the Path of Erotic Love by Cynthia Bourgeault

The Priory of Sion Hoax by Robert Richardson

Folder 5: The Green Man: A Magazine for Pagan Men No. 1-2, 1993Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Green Man Premiere Edition, Spring 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: Mythic Images for Remembering the Earth by Ralph Metzner

Interview with a Druid by Wade Wells

Men for the Earth: A Call to Action

Why I Am a Green Man by Joe Lawrence Lembo

Herbs for Health--Stopping Stress by Greg Wenneson

Into the Labyrinth: Prometheus by Cary Renfro

The Siege of Albion Nation

Attentiveness by Richard Hart

Book 2: The Green Man No. 2, Summer/Autumn 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: Mythic Images for Remembering the Earth, Part II by Ralph Metzner

Samhain 1993: Full Moon Waning by Alex Epstein

Celebrating & Defending the Ancient Forests: Return of the Grandfathers by John Benson

The Goddess of Truth: the Homecoming of a Green Man by Steve Huenneke

Finding Our Wild Roots by Cass Adams

Healing Each Other, Healing Ourselves: the Work of Kairos Interview with John McGrann by Bob Barzan

Herbs for Health-Detoxifying and Cleansing Ourselves by Greg Wenneson

Herbal Politics Heat Up by Greg Wenneson

Folder 6: The Green Man: A Magazine for Pagan Men No. 3, 1994Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Green Man No. 3, Spring/Summer 1994Add to your cart.

Contents:  Following the Deer Back Into the Woods by Shepherd Bliss

Rendezvous with the Green Man: Earth First!, Wildness and the Deliberate Tribe by Lone Wolf Circles

Hey Lonnie Ding Dong by Jim DeKorne

Samhain at the Rollright Stones by Taliesin

The Celtic Tribes of Europe by Jim Norgaard

The Search for Native American Spirituality by T. Martin Sturgill

North American Native Herbal Roots by Greg Wenneson

Folder 7: The Green Man: A Magazine for Pagan Men No. 4-7, 1995Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Green Man No. 4, Autumn/Winter 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: Allen, Richard Freeman. “Sacred sexuality and images of Shiva”

Sargent, Denny. “The Great Hello”

Sargent, Denny. “Part of us is missing: The ritual mutilation of male children”

Bloodwine, Gareth. “Can’t hardly keep from cryin’”

Hutcheson, Thomas W. “British ritual drama: A cycle for the year”

Wenneson, Greg. “Herbs for health: Male mortality and herbal allies

Paddon, C. “This man dances”

Book 2: The Green Man No. 5, Spring 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: Davies, John. “Reinhabiting: Some thought on bioregionalism”

Hardin, Jesse Wolf. “Plant mind, Planetary mind”

Ian Lurking Bear. “Green man/Purple man”

Benson, John. “Accidental vision quest”

Interview with Shawn Galloway. “To be a man”

Wenneson, Greg. “Gardener’s revenge: Eat your weeds”

Book 3: The Green Man No. 6, Summer 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: O’Conner, Jim. “Gila vision quest”

Davies, John. “Reinhabiting: Some thoughts on bioregionalism, Part 2”

Hardin, Jesse Wolf. “Paganism in the millennium”

Winters, Jeff. “Feeding our families-Growing our own”

Darling, Diane Conn. “Buddha and the Earth Mother”

Fiction by Denny Sargent. “A tanuki in Tokyo”

Travis, Jack. “Letters to Siena”

Book 4: The Green Man No. 7, Autumn 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: Daughtry, Philip. “Biohubris”

Davies John. “The dilemma of Mars”

Jones, Douglas and Darling, Diane Conn. “Disputatio: Gods and Goddesses”

Lama Yeshe Thirnley Odzer. “The warriors of the rainbow rays”

Tuitean, Paul. “The talking stick”

Cowan, Eliot. “Plant spirit medicine”

Pathfinder, Pete. “Interfaith President”

Folder 8: The Green Man: Exploring Paths for Pagan Men No. 9, 11-12, 1996-1997Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Green Man No. 9, Summer 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: Jud, Gerald. “The union of sex and spirit”

Padfield, Tony. “Remembering Maes-y-crugiau”

Gibney, Grayhawk David. “A musician loves his muse”

Sargent, Denny. “Male masks”

Fiction by Stephen Keyes. “Shujarta”

Book 2: The Green Man No. 11, Winter 1996Add to your cart.

Contents:Darling, Zachariah Conn. “Proud to be pagan”

Gibney, Greyhawk David. “I will walk with my sons in the Headwaters forest”

Walliss, Peter, “The quest for the burning feather”

Dimock, Dan. “A vision quest remembered”

Hardin, Jesse Wolf. “The cord paternal”

Robbers, Yuri. “On the origins of Saint Nick”

Fiction by Philip Daughtry. “Another country”

Book 3: The Green Man No. 12, Spring 1997Add to your cart.

Contents: Angelos, Marija. “Violence and the pagan ethos: observations and an invitation”

Hardin, Jesse Wolf. “My Gaian ministry”

Sargent, Denny. “Shakti”

Nicodemus, Don. “Green man woman nation”

Dimock, Donald. “Gardening with the Devas”

Folder 9: Hecate's Loom: Canada's International Pagan Magazine Issue 30, Samhain 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: Threlfall, John. “Ethos and ethics”

Interview with Starhawk. “Spirituality and the future”

Interview with Jessica North. “Ancient secrets of the Goddess Part 2”

Interview with Alison Skelton. “The magic of tarot”

Owens, Yvonne. “Astronomical sources of the pagan New Year”

Boettcher, Shelley. “The Kintail witches”

Scheuerman, Michela. “Depression, Alchemy and transformation”

Beyerl, Paul V. “Herbal healing and ritual bathing”

Lee, Ann. “Persephone’s decent as voluntary transformative magic”

Folder 10: Inner Traditions, 2005/2007Add to your cart.
Book 1: Inner Traditions, Spring/Summer 2005Add to your cart.

Contents: New Age

Self-Transformation

Ancient Mysteries

Pagan & Wicca

Indigenous Cultures

Visionary Plants

Sacred Sexuality

Eastern Religion & Philosophy

Western Religion & Philosophy

Science

Arts

Teen Books

Children's Books

Birth & Parenting

Health & Healing

Spanish Language

Book 2: Inner Traditions, Fall/Winter 2007Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa, 1997, 2000Add to your cart.
Book 1: Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa Vol. 21 No. 2, Fall 1997Add to your cart.

Contents: Staeheli, Joline. “Religion, social theory and the moral imagination”

Gokulanathan, Prasan. “The Eucharist in interreligious dialogue”

Liska, John P. “The creation myth and Christ’s crucifixion: Revising Freud’s Totem and Taboo

Sairs, Rueban. “Deuteronomy’s rules for war: A peace Church interpretation”

Book 2: Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa Vol. 24 No. 2, Fall 2000Add to your cart.

Contents: Trafton, Jennifer M. “God…The final frontier: Big Bang cosmology and the design argument”

Septimus, Daniel. “Text and interpretation in Ricoeur and Kabbalah”

Larson, Julie. “She who is…Who is she? Feminine images of God in Proverbs 1-9”

Folder 12: Kindred Spirit No. 42; 125, 1998; 2013Add to your cart.
Book 1: Kindred Spirits No. 42, Spring (March-May) 1998Add to your cart.

Contents: Beaumont, Richard. “The happiness option”

Lauterstein, David. “The seven dimensions of touch Part 2”

Coleman, Tim. “Celluloid visions”

Sofer, Leo. “Once upon a time..”

In Memoriam: Susan Seddon Boulet by Michael Babcock

Furlong, David and Alberdi, Lita de. “Choosing your path”

Schneider, Meir and Gallup, Carol. “Pushing back the boundaries”

Interview: Professor Ervin Laszlo

Interview: David Pearl

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho “On the Dangers of Genetic Engineering”

Book 2: Kindred Spirits No. 125, September/October 2013Add to your cart.

Contents: “Dr. Eric Pearl’s interview”

“It’s great for the patient but how does Reiki affect the practitioner?”

“The mythology of forests and fairytales”

“Communicate with your spirit guides at night”

“A preview of the MBS Show Brighton”

“Learn the significance of the nine ladies archetypes”

Derek Hawkins Obituary

“Discover ESP and the limitless mind”

“How to have a healthy relationship with money”

“Bring the wonder back into your life”

“Lake Baikal works its magic”

“A personal journey of self-discovery from head to heart using Reiki”

Spiritual Sergery-Serge Beddington-Behrens Talks about his New Book

Guy Needler Talks of Spiritual Truths

Folder 13: The Ley Hunter No. 96; 121, 1984; 1994Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Ley Hunter No. 96, Summer 1984Add to your cart.

Contents: The Earth Remembered

“UFOs: The story so far”

“UFOs: The Earth lights theory”

“UFOs: Rumblings and debate”

“DOD”

“Leys: State of ley”

“the circle of perpetual choirs”

Book 2: The Ley Hunter No.121, Summer 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: Harte, Jeremy. “Haunted roads”

Palmer, John. “Walking a Dutch corpse road”

Devereux, Paul “Beyond Ufology”

Smith, Jill. “Intuitive functioning at sites”

Devereux, Paul. “Dreaming on”

Art Centre – The Art of Gail Kelly

Haullville, Olivia de. “Pilgrimage in Java”

McLellan, Gordon. “Another Sligo fairy road”

Ireson, John, “Neolithic land navigation”

Jackson, Nigel. “Bird’s Way and Cow Lane: The starry path of spirits”

Moot 94 Information

Folder 14: The Lunar Calendar, 1993; 2003-2005; 2007Add to your cart.
Dedicated to the Goddess in Her Many Guises
Folder 15: The Lunar Calendar, 2008-2009; 2015-2016Add to your cart.
Dedicated to the Goddess in Her Many Guises
Folder 16: Magical Times No. 14, July-October 2013Add to your cart.

Contents: “Goddess love, hugs and hares!”

“Magical places of the UK”

“Wilderness or wasteland?”

“ABC of Goddesses”

“Witchy question time”

“Healthy living”

“Introducing Ash Mandrake”

“Animal Symbolism”

“Cosmic time and consciousness”

“Herbs underfoot”

“Tarot card feature”

“Hedge witch”

“Dragon meditation”

“What is and alter?”

“The crafters’ corner”

“Time of the elves”

“Soul path reading”

“Diane, Queen of Elphame”

“Crystal clear intentions”

Horoscopes by Lee Petulengro

Folder 17: Mezlim Vol. II No. 3; Vol. VII No. 1, 1991; 1996Add to your cart.
Book 1: Mezlim Vol. II No. 3, Samhain 1991Add to your cart.

Contents: Deigh, Kenneth. “Editor’s forum”

Deigh, Kenneth. “The student teacher”

Kraig, Don Michael. “How to be a rotten teacher”

Webster, Sam. “The house of Khabs”

Alli, Antero. “Breaking cultural trance”

Hawkins, Jaq D. “The perpetual edge”

Bado, Nikki, “Changing the face of the sacred”

Hartmann, D. Rose. “On the invocation of Eris”

Otter. “Coyote magick”

Sabra. “Shir Bereshit: Song of the beginning”

Mishlen. “The initiation of Kurgasiax, nightside wheel of fortune”

ΔTath Zal. “Voice of the Sheya”

Alli, Antero “Wise guy astrology”

Book 2: Mezlim Vol. VII No. 1, Final Issue 1996Add to your cart.

Contents: Deigh, Kenneth. “Getting there and back again”

Rucker, Paul B. “Love song of the dark god”

Sabra. “Exploring the underworlds”

Griffith, Magenta. “Meeting death on the road”

Hawkins, Jaq D. “Journey into darkness”

Elan, Keter. “Into the underworld”

Schoeppel, Mary. “Death and consciousness”

Sparenberg, David. “Geographies of life and death”

Rovelli, Paul Joseph. “Depression and enlightenment”

Jochmans, Joseph Robert. “Endarkenment”

“Neophyte’s Niches”

“Daemons are our friends”

Kelly, Brenda. “The Crone Stage ritual

Kraig, Donald Michael. “Hangin’ with the angel”

“The Ka of Mrs. Benson”

Folder 18: The Mother Earth News No. 40, Summer (July) 1976Add to your cart.

Contents:Earn $2,000 a Month Smoking Fish, Part II

The Hay Miracle (Mulch Made My Garden an Eden!)

This Storage Shed Cost Only $1.00+A Square Foot

Go...Another Do-It-Yourself High Protein Food

Plant Chinese Cabbage for a Great Late Garden

Make Your Own Beer for Pennies a Quart

How to Understand the Building Codes

I Make Quick Bucks Washing Windows

The True Seed Exchange

Nancy Bubel's Country Lore

We Have a 1/7 Acre Wheat Farm

Forage Wild Foods in Your Yard

Enfleurage (Right in Your Kitchen)

The Plain Pine Table

Mother's Minto Wheel

The Gaea Hypothesis

Folder 19: Mythos No. 2 The Elder Gods of the Witches vs. Satan, Summer Solstice 1975Add to your cart.
Folder 20: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 1, July 1885Add to your cart.

Contents: Walt Whitman - Lecture by George Chainey

The Idyl of the White Lotus - Prologue and Chapter 1

Mind Reading

Magnetic Healing

Cures by Human Magnetism

Progress in Slate Writing

Clairvoyance

A New Medium

The Experience of Dying

Mr. Eglinton's Power

Good in Everything

Madam Blavatsky

Anna Kimball

Prostitution

Incarnation

Leaves from my Life Book

A Remarkable Cure

Soul Prescience

Our Letter Box

Progress - Ella Wheeler

To the Straw in the Horse Car - Edith L. Willis

Arcane Knowledge

Notes and News from the Field of Work

Folder 21: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 2, August 1885Add to your cart.

Contents: Occult Phenomena in Shakespeare

Idyl of the White Lotus - Chapter II

Good and Evil - by Freeman B. Dowd

Occult Phenomena at Home and Abroad

The Religion of All Sensible Men

Looking Before and After

Leaves From My Life Book

Monroe Conservatory of Oratory

Theosophy

The Chariot of the Soul - by E. Arnold

The Voice of the Rain by Walt Whitman

Poem by Leopold Schafer

Our Letter Box

Editorial Notes and News

Folder 22: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 3/4, September-October 1885Add to your cart.

Contents: Whence and Whither

Occult Phenomena at Home and Abroad

Hindoo Puranayam

The Higher Aspects of Vegetarianism

The Idyl of the White Lotus, Chapter III

Beyond the Sunset

Closing Words of an Address delivered to the First Initiates into the Gnostic Society

Formation of the Gnostic Society, Initiation Exercises, etc.

A Prayer, (Poem)

Magic

Temple of the Rosy Cross

The Gnostic School of Physchic (Psychic) and Physical Culture

Know Thyself

Soul-Cure Healing and Phychometry

Our Letter Box

Answers to Correspondents

Editorial Notes

Folder 23: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 5, November 1887Add to your cart.
Contents: Intuition (G.C.) Show Me the Way (Ella Wheeler) Psychometry (A.K.C.) Afterwards (Elizabeth Stuart Phelps) Rosy Cross Sermons, No. 1 (F.B. Dowd) Vastness (Tennyson) The Duality of the Soul (Edward Maitland) The Infinite Mother (James G. Clark) Divine Science (Anna Kingsford) What is Beautiful Inspiration (Lawrence, Oliphant) Autumn Rivulets (Wal Whitman) A Midnight Visit to Holyrood (by Marie, Lady Caithness, Duchesse de Pomar) Believe It Not (Mrs. Hemans) Great Souls (Selections) Self Culture (F. Marion Crawford) The Reformer Have Animals Souls (A.K.C.) Dream of an Immortal Cerebral Science A Dream (F.E. Coote) The Bishop's Stories (Charles Webster) From Eona to Anna in Earth Land Psychic and Physical Culture Lesson 1 (E.) Statuvolence (Fahnestock) A Changeling (Adelaide Anne Procter) To Our Subscribers (E.) Dr. Anadibai Joshi (E.) Notes and News (E.)
Folder 24: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 6, December 1887Add to your cart.

Contents: The Christ Circle

Spirit and Star

Inspiration

Affinity

Clairvoyance in the Last Century

A Fable

A Midnight Visit to Holyrood

To Marie, Countess of Caithness, Duchesse de Pomar

Astrology Theologised

He and She

Fragments from the Higher Law

Education

The Idyll of the White Lotus

The Re-Birth

Psychic and Physical Culture

The Voice Within

Thought Transference

The Measureless Deeps

The God-Ordained Physician

Sent to Heaven

Womanhood in Greece in History and Art

A Song of the Fairies

Resurrexi

Notes and News

The Way Occult Phenomena

Folder 25: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 7, January 1888Add to your cart.

Contents: Religion (Editors)

Tge Temple of Eternal Beauty

Rosy Cross Sermons (F.B. Dowd)

Song of the Mystic (Father Ryan)

The Idyll of the White Lotus (Miss Mabel  Collins, F.T.S.)

Pearls on Life's Rosary (Written down by Mrs. Gertrude B. Clark)

Proverbial Wisdom (By Edwin Arnold)

Muru and Tapu (Selected from New Zealand old and new)

A Lost Chord (Adelaide Annie Proctor)

The Sacred Heart (Editors)

As a Man Thinketh so is He (Mrs. M.E. Cramer)

Review (By F.E. Coote)

Beyond (Ella Wheeler)

A Song to the Angel of the Morning (By Virginia Chauncey Forward)

Unfolded Out of the Folds (By Walt Whitman)

The Words of a Believer

Psychic and Physical Culture. Lesson 3 (Editorial)

Her Pet Name

Orcus, or Past and Future (By. C.J., F.T.S.)

Far Away

The Sunlight of the Soul

Through the Gates of Gold (Review) F.E. Coote

Garibaldi's Last Visit to Rome

The Gnostic School of Psychic and Physical Culture

The Five Rules (Edwin Arnold)

Notes and News (Editors)

Folder 26: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 8, February 1888Add to your cart.

Contents: The Priest and Prophet (Editors)

Foreshadowings of Change in Earthly Conditions (By Laurence Oliphant, from "Light")

Going Home (By James G. Clark)

The New Illumination (Fragments of a Paper read before the London Hermetic Society by Ed Maitland)

Lessons in Psychic and Physical Culture (Editor)

Yadallah (Written for the Gnostic)

Pearls of Life's Rosary (Written down by Mrs. Gertrude B. Clark)

Suggestion (A Narrative of Occult Science in the xvith Century by the Duc de Pomar)

The Vision (By Robert Burns)

The Voice of Spring (Felicia Hemans)

The Idyll of the White Lotus (By Miss Mabel Collins, F.T.S.)

A Spirit Guardian (Arthur L. Samon)

The Sacred Heart (Editors)

Incarnations and Mothers (Mater)

In Memoriam of Harold Lonsdale Bold (Son of S.B. and E.H. Bold)

The Nature and Constitution of the Ego (From the Perfect Way)

A Spirit Guardian (Arthur L. Salmon)

Occult Phenomena

Notes and News

Folder 27: The Gnostic v. 1 no. 9, March 1888Add to your cart.

Contents: Rosy Cross Sermon, (F.B. Dowd)

The Systemization and Application of Psychic Truth , (Dr. Anna Kingsford)

The Idyll of the White Lotus (Chapter VII)

My Saint (Louise Chandler Moulton)

Science of Spiritual Healing, Questions and Answers  (By. W.J. Colville)

Improvisation (W.J. Colville)

Know Thyself (M.E. Cramer)

Review, Mystery of the Ages, (F.E. Coote)

Psychometry, (Rev. John Pierpont)

A Suggestion, (Duc de  Pomar)

A Parable (Philip Rourke Marston)

Pearls on Life's Rosary (Chapter III)

The Sacred Heart (Chapter III - Editors)

In Memoriam, Dr. Anna Kingsford (Editors)

Lessons in Psychic and Physical Culture

The Late Dr. Anna Kingsford

Notes and News

Folder 28: The Gnostic v. no. 10, April 1888Add to your cart.

Contents: Stars and Atoms, (Camille Flamarion)

The Idyll of the White Lotus (Chapter IX)

Through the Shadows Light is a Won, (Rev. E.H. Gulliver of Auckland, New Zealand)

The History of a Revelation, (Edward Maitland)

Song of Truth (Lizzie Doten)

Popular Delusions (F. E. Coote)

A Last Prayer (Helen Hunt Jackson)

Fragments, by England and Islam

The Spirits First Visit (Joseph Cartwright)

Pearls on Life's Rosary (Chapter IV)

Science of Spiritual Healing, Questions and Answers (By W.J. Colville)

In My End is My Beginning (W.J. Colville)

Fragments From Morgenrothe, (John Pulsford)

Divine Compassion (Whittier)

The Sacred Heart (Chapter IV., Editor)

Rosy Cross Sermon (F. B. Dowd)

Lesson in Psychic and Physical Culture (Editors)

Folder 29: The Gnostic v. 2 no. 13, July 1888Add to your cart.

Contents: The New Religion (by George Chainey)

Sr. George, the Chevalier (by Mrs. Anna Kingsford)

Truth and Love Will Triumph (by W.L. Harris)

Youth and Old Age

Questions and Answers on Spiritual Science (J.W. Colville)

Rosy Corss Sermon, No. 4

Notes and News

Announcement

The Rule of Health

To A Violet

Heaven

To Our Subscribers, Past and Present

Folder 30: The Lunar Calendar, 2017, 2018, 2019Add to your cart.

Dedicated to the Goddess in Her Many Guises. 41st Annual Edition. (2017)

Dedicated to the Goddess in Her Many Guises

Box 21: Periodicals N-RAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: New Atlantean Journal: The Unexplained, The Unknown, The Unexplored, June 1978-Fall 1979Add to your cart.
Book 1: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 6 No. 2, June 1978Add to your cart.

Contents: Two new death triangles found compiled from: the Las Vegas sun and the star magazine

UFO abduction: Kentucky style from Commonwealth journal

UFO phenomenon

Atlantean predictions by reverend Thomas Allen long

The Florida research report

Comparative strength of pyramid energy products

The solar lotus by rocky McCollum

“Pacifica or the lost mu?”

The tesla effect: a possible weapon? From Specula Editor: tom beardon

“why a three sides pyramid in china?” by Mary Hardy

“the call of ‘the four corners’ by tal levesque

“The force can be with you” by don Wilson

“other worlds other universes, the meaning of extraterrestrial contact” by john white

The dorje – key to the stars by Ron anjard

UFO update subject cattle mutilation by Joan O’Connell source: gazette telegraph

The solar scribe (alias joc) recording the now events: for earths records (and akashic)

Book 2: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 6 No. 3, September 1978Add to your cart.

Content: UFO phenomenon

The hidden secrets of the southwest by tal levesque

Article about a multi-level mandala

Subliminal exploration

Mystery surrounds Japanese monster

A special forecast for Florida 1978 and beyond by reverend Thomas Allen long

A weird case by fritz Thompson Albuquerque journal

The pyramid system: a unique gift from the gods by dr. Ronald anjard

Earth and atmospheric changes by rev Thomas Allen long

Fantastic Florida by Joan O’Connell

Picture record of Lemuria from Indiana by dr. Ronald p. anjard

A special American healer teacher and prophet by dr. Ron anjard

The sagebrush triangle by Joan O’Connell

Book 3: New Atlantean Journal vol. 6 no. 4, December 1978Add to your cart.

Contents: Mamelwouth: the mysterious: by Joan O’Connell

Ancient Aztec empire relics uncovered below Mexico City reprint from the grand rapids press

Trilton thought reprinted from the Livingston center

The power within: destruction? Or rebirth? By tal levesque

Mexico’s zone of silence by dr. c. ralph campo

The psychokinetic pyramid by dr. buryl Payne

Psychic warfare by Edith Kermit Roosevelt

The Atlantean predicts by rev. Thomas Allen long

Book 4: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 7 No. 2, Summer 1979Add to your cart.

Contents: Discovery and exploration of x-kukican an ancient Mayan site by dr. j. Manson valentine

The system of telluric lines by Colin h. bloy

New Atlantic revisited by Colin Amery

The secrets of ancient medicine reprinted from forgotten ages J.R. Jochmans

Crystal river: an American Stonehenge? In Florida? By Joan O’Connell

The dark holes in space by the mystical traveler consciousness

Cattle mutilation mystery deepens from the Albuquerque journal

UFOs over New Zealand “The 1978-79 Flap” by Keith w. Newman

The mystery of the mushroom monuments in the Marianas by Ruth youngsblood

Bigfoot: reported sightings near village revive Hopi legend of tribal god by Maggie Wilson

Atlantis remembered by rev. Thomas Allen long

Book 5: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 7 No. 3, Fall 1979Add to your cart.

Contents: The discovery and exploration of the x-kukican an ancient Mayan site by dr. j. Manson valentine

Soviet expedition may have found Atlantis from St. Petersburg times

The united nations and the flying saucer mystery reprinted from national investigations committee on unidentified flying objects Dr. Frank E Stranges

UFOs: International saviors or destroyers? By Joan O’Connell

The clone masters return: ancient prophecy fulfilled – now or never? By Patrick O’Connell

The secrets of ancient medicine reprinted from Forgotten Ages by J.R. Jochmans

Atlantis remembered by reverend Thomas long

You, too, may be from krypton by Brad Steiger

Air pollution linked to mental illness

The clones of Enki reprinted from “forgotten ages” magazine by JR Jochmans

A mystery flash traps women in ‘tube of fire’ from the Sunday express

Article from the new Atlantean research society

FBI to investigate cattle mutilations from Albuquerque journal

Mystery men in green mist from news of the world London England

Indian healer wins a battle with bureaucracy by john dart

Giant cannibals in Nevada by Charles Hillinger

Nessie is alive and well on new film by mike Glackens

In search of the phantom phenomenon by tal levesque

A curious ankh-standing stones episode in Great Britain from live understanding foundation

Tunnel monster? By Lorie Goldstein

There was this orange thing by mike czeczot

Critter mystifies soviet from the plain dealer

International UFO photo exchange by Ronald M. Spanbauer

The Wee Ones: by Cosette Willoughby

Folder 2: New Atlantean Journal: The Unexplained, the Unknown, the Unexplored, 1979-Fall 1980Add to your cart.
Book 1: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 7 No. 4, Winter 1979Add to your cart.

Contents: In search of the phantom phenomenon part 2 by tal levesque

Japanese fishermen net “extinct” species to be studied

The ancient crystalline records reprinted from the new Atlantean journal 1977

Melting of Antarctica ice feared from the globe and mail

Shadow pyramids and the crystal from the triangle reprinted from new Atlantean journal 1975

The doom and gloom report compiled by Patrick O’Connell

The fourth dimension and drugs by dean and Mary hardy

Doctors baffled by death of woman after insect attack

Atlantis remembered by rev. Thomas long The 66-month warning

The mystery of animal mutilation by Toyo Yamamoto

Return of the piasa bird or winged weirdies reprinted from forgotten ages research society

Unidentified crying object chills blood from the news American

The cave of the second moon by Patrick O’Connell

A challenge to our “space brothers” by Walter weirs

Resonance In the kings chamber and the master frequency by rocky McCollum

Cosmic energy in the great pyramid

The sphynx an astrological symbol excerpt from the square zodiac

King of the lemurians by tom muzila

Book 2: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 8 No. 1, Spring 1980Add to your cart.

Contents: Topa chica by Christine hayes

Ancient culture chants

The phantom phenomena: the cattle surgeons

By tal levesque

My “magic laws” for abundant health and peace of mind by Luke g Thomas

The phenomenology of the ley system by Colin h. bloy

The Pleiades: homeworld of the ancients? By Patrick O’Connell

The search for the tablet of se’moin by Walter weirs

Ufo phenomenon international report by Joan O’Connell

X-ray pictures show ‘wildly different’ sky from rocky mountain news

Strange relics from the depths reprinted from the forgotten ages

Playing with unknown forces the Ouija board by Andrew Piotrowski

Super blasts from super space or a war of the ‘gods’ on earth? By Patrick O’Connell

Stunning secrets out of earth by Elisabeth de Stroumillo

Case history: update UFO kidnapping Florida style by Joan O’Connell

Close encounters in south America from the Belfast news-latter

Terror in Tehran reprinted from the Atlantean journal December 1976

Village visitors in silver suits

Book 3: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 8 No. 2Add to your cart.

Contents: Techqua ikachi land life the traditional viewpoint from the Hopi nation

Casa Grande an Indian astrological site by dr. Ron anjard

The prophecy of Kate—zahl from the premonition center

Atlantean airships Vimana’s and Ufo by William f Hamilton

I remember Atlantis by albert roger

The phenomology of the ley system by Colin h. bloy

The Pleiades: homeworld of the ancients? By Patrick O’Connell

Is there a Shangri-La hidden in the Rocky Mountains? By albert roger

Farmers secret from outer space

The bell island mystery credit and source inner life

Marcen looks at UFO retrievals reprinted from marcen

Book 4: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 8 No. 3, Fall 1980Add to your cart.

Contents: Remember Atlantis part 11

Does Chinese ‘Nessie’ lurk in remote lake?

The Pleiades: homeworld of the ancients? By Patrick O’Connell conclusion

The history of vampires in America and the new world by martin Riccardo

Eerie sinking by Lawrence Dennis

Vanishing hitchhiker is baffling

The girl from the lemurians colony beneath Mountain Shasta by William f. Hamilton

Loltun cavern’s ancient artifacts by j. Manson valentine

The phenomenology of the ley system by Colin h. bloy

Hijack station beneath the ocean? Credit: zenelog

UFO international global UFO reports

Kachinas representations of spirits by Margaret Nicoll

Peoples mental health linked to the state of economy by Robert Locke

Volcano lore lost valley ape-men by Paul Fattig of the courtier staff

The cats of saguntum a far memory saga by albert roger

How to survive a new age financial crisis by Joan O’Connell

Folder 3: The New Atlantean Journal the Unexplained, the Unknown, the Unexplored, Winter 1980-Fall 1983Add to your cart.
Book 1: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 8 No. 4, Winter 1980Add to your cart.

Contents: Interview with John White, Author of "Pole Shift"

I Remember Atlantis by Al Roger Part 111-Escape from the Hell Bomb

Loltun Cavern's Ancient Artifacts by J. Manson Valentine

Lost Cities and Ancient Subterranean Passages!! by Patrick O'Connell

Infrasound: "Deafening Silence" by Joan O'Connell

Ghost Lights! Spook Lights! by Ernest Bellam

The Secret of the Seven Cities of Cibola by Mary Hardy

The Destruction of Atlantis and Lemuria--A Conversation with Bonnie--by William Hamilton

Book 2: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 9 No. 1, Spring 1981Add to your cart.

Contents: I Remember Atlantis! by Al Roger Part IV

Cosette's Carved Crystal! by Cosette Willoughby

Subterranean Worlds Under Our Feet! by Katherine H. Roe

Bonnie's Mission Part Three by Bill Hamilton

Lost! The Atlantean Star-Fire Cyrstal by Patrick O'Connell

The Kachinas

The Pennsylvania Triangle by Larry E. Arnold

UFO Probe Over Lost Airman!

In Tanzania a curse is as easy to catch as a cold by Sandy Rovner

Cosmic Influence by Frank Magnus

Book 3: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 9 No. 3, Fall 1981Add to your cart.

Contents: The Cycles of Life

The Ankh as an Atlantean Symbol by Charles T. Weatherford, Jr.

The Phaestos Disk: An Artifact---of Atlantis? by the Chapel of Aquaria

The Living Things! by Charles A. Marcoux

The Bug HUMMMM Bruce Sandham

Search and Discover--Through Dowsing by Hank Smyth

Interdimensional Communicator-The "Stone" of the Kaaba by Patrick O'Connell

Ancient UFOs are Responsible for the Bermuda Triangle by Dr. Ronald P. Anjard

The Hidden City of Chihuatlan by Charles A. Marcoux Part One

Sacred Caves and Lost Cities of the Ancients! by Patrick O'Connell

Bigfoot's Portal! by Virginia Louise

Mysterious Intaglios by Dr. C. Ralph Campo

Atlantis and Mythology by Jon Douglas Singer

Book 4: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 11 No. 1, Spring 1983Add to your cart.

Contents: A Journey into the Ultra-Dimensional - or- the Final Phase Shift! by Joan O'Connell

A New Model of Late Prehistory Related Etymologic Evidence by Michael Baran

Crystal River: An American Stonehenge?In Florida? by Joan O'Connell

The Journey by Eve Langdon-Smith

New Understandings of Past Wonders and Revelations from the Ancient Sites! by Dr. Ronald P. Anjard

A Message From the Sphinx Psychic Voices

Keys to the Chambers of Thoth-The Hall of Records-Have Yet to be Found

The Universal Remedy by Tony Bond

Astrological Earthquake Predictions for 1983

Book 5: New Atlantean Journal Vol. 11 No. 3, Fall 1983Add to your cart.

Contents: Amid the Pyramids

Unarius, Science of life

The Mysterious Case of Fred Valentich and the UFO

This One Would Speak

The Pyramids of Tajin by Armando Castillejos

Disappearance of Pilot is Still a Mystery

Monster That Nibbles on Autos Reported in South Pulaski County

A Mystery Solved by Ludwig Siedersberger

Astro-Quake-Ology! by Allan Grise

Ghost Planes! by J. O'Connell

UFO Seen by Sixty Thousand Witnesses! by M. Alexander

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Book 1: New Witch Issue 4, Summer 2003Add to your cart.

Contents: Pentacle of activism

Making it real

Survive your first protest

Are you a terrorist?

Better protest letters

Many paths of pagan activism

Interview with Cairill Adaire

Pagan internet broadcasting

Beyond pink and blue

Your intuition is your friend

Invoking buffy

Pagan paths 1.0: Discordianism

Poetry from Marshella Rockwell and Suzanne Reynolds-Alpert

Solo Sex Magick by Lasara Firefox

Beginner’s guide to houses by Tasha Halpert

Magick for land and sea by Rev. Galina Krasskova

Making a spell collage by Linda Bellaluna

The magic of travel by Christopher Penczak

When is silly too silly? By lauryl stone

Bell, book, and dice roll by Seanan McGuire

Incubus Succubus by Jason Pitzl-Waters and Jacqueline Enstrom-Waters

Personal Advice and it Ain’t from Dear Abby

Pagan comics from Shivian

Book 2: New Witch Issue 5, October 3-January 4Add to your cart.

Contents: Kristin Sweetland: Queen of Swords by Yvonne Owens

Elemental Questions for Kristin Sweetland by Dagonet Dewr

Witches on Campus: Top ten pagan groups

Making magic with gargoyles by raven spirit

Everything I do is a magical act by Dagonet Dewr

Understanding electic Wicca by Elizabeth Vong

The search for the perfect coven by archer

7 steps to joining a coven by Margaret Nolan-Williams

start your own online coven by ivy

I roomed with a muggle by faith von Adams

Sacred places in tiny spaces by Dawnstrider

Moondance by Diana marsh (poetry)

The tor by Jennifer Redmond (poetry)

Beginners guide to houses by Tasha Halpert

Avoid workplace meltdown by rev. Galina Krasskova

Urban wildcrafting by Christopher Penczak

The evil within by lauryl stone

Paganism in pony land by Seanan McGuire

Dark new music for the darker seasons by Jason Pitzl-waters and Jacqueline Enstrom-waters

Pagan comics from Shivian

Book 3: New Witch Issue 6, March-June 2004Add to your cart.

Contents: The many worlds of Fiona Horne interview by Dagonet Dewr

Our Beltane of fire by Rebecca Fitzgibbon

The craft “down under” by Frances Billinghurst

Light up a candle with magic by lady Moondance

13 magical plants by Ellen Dugan

the magic of witches’ garden

that which persists by Sheela Ardrian

Witchcraft at Wendy’s by Ari Delmont

defending the craft by Michael Samhain

discovering ogou by Kevin Filan

Asatru: mysteries of the north by rev. Galina Krasskova

Secrets of the runes by Tim Kane

The possibilities by B. Ramos (poetry)

Thirteen drumbeats by Gina M.W. (poetry)

Coming to your senses by Lasara Firefox

Beginner’s guide to natal planets by Tasha halpert

Lust love and romance by rev. Galina Krasskova

Thriving with urban spirits by Christopher penczak

Folk music fever by Seanan McGuire

Goth paganism by Jason Pitzl-waters and Jacqueline Enstrom-waters

Pagan comics by Shivian

Folder 7: (Llewellyn's) New Worlds of Mind and Spirit, 2011-2012Add to your cart.
New Age, Spirituality & Healing
Book 1: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, March/April 2001Add to your cart.

Contents: By Air, Earth, Rain & Shining Sun

On Common Ground

Pagan Parenting by Kristin Madden

May Day Traditions, Old & New by Raven Grimassi

The WInd has Risen, and Magick is afoot

Isis and Magicka Hiera

Lo Scarabeo Tarots

Waking Up the World Soul

The Book of Changes: A Map of Cosmic Forces

Two Practical Classics

Refresh, Revitalize, Rejuvenate, & Rejoice

2001 Annuals

Stranger Than Fiction

The Laws of Astrology

Life's Purposeful Aspects

Navigating the Stars

Horoscopes by Gloria Star

Book 2: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, March/April 2011Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot & Divination

Astrology

Magick

Alternative Health & Self Help

Paranormal & Psychic Development

Astrological Services

Book 3: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, Summer 2011Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Book 4: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, Fall 2011Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Book 5: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, December 2011Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Book 6: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, Spring 2012Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Book 7: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, Summer 2012Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Book 8: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, July/August/September 2012Add to your cart.

Contents:

Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Astrology

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Book 9: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, October/November/December 2012Add to your cart.

Contents: Calendars and Almanacs

Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

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Book 1: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, Winter/Spring 2013Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Calendars and Almanacs

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

Book 2: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, Spring/Summer 2013Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Annuals and Calendars

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

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Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Annuals and Calendars

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

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Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Annuals and Calendars

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

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Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and Divination

Astrology

Annuals and Calendars

Magick

Alternative Health and Self Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

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Contents: Nature Based Pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and Calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

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Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

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Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

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Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

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Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

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Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

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Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 3: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, July/August 2015Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Annuals and calendars

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 4: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, November/December 2015Add to your cart.

Contents: Annuals and Calendars

Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Astrology

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 5: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, January/February 2016Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Annuals and calendar

Astrology

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 6: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, March/Aprl 2016Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Annuals and calendars

Astrology

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 7: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, May/June 2016Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Annuals and calendars

Astrology

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 8: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, July/August 2016Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Annuals and calendars

Astrology

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 9: (Llewellyn's)  New Worlds, September/October 2016Add to your cart.

Contents: Nature based pagan

Tarot and divination

Annuals and calendars

Astrology

Magick

Alternative health and self help

Paranormal

Astrological services

Book 10: (Llewellyn's) New Worlds, November/December 2016Add to your cart.

Contents:  Nature-Based & Pagan

Tarot & Divination

Annuals & Calendars

Astrology

Magick

Alternative Health & Self-Help

Paranormal

Astrological Services

Folder 10: Occulture T.O.P.Y World Network Vol. 1 No. 1Add to your cart.

Contents: Changed priorities in effect and some questions- the answers by Malik, genesis, and Malchik

Harmonicus mundi by Boris Hiesserer

With both hands by Phil Hine

Homage to the wolftable by David Grimbleby

The game of the gods by Robert de Grimston

Demonic entity, (is it?) David Grimbleby

Reself by Paulus ov totart

Mother father of arts by nema

Some notes on the demon of the south-west wind by Stephen sennitt

Psalms 45 by Z’ev

The esoteric order of dagon by Ian Blake

Wally hope a morality play in six acts by Jake Stratton

Folder 11: Omni, January 1992-May 1992Add to your cart.
Book 1: Omni Vol. 14 No. 4, January 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Physics and the Theory of everything by Margaret Wertheim

Space and the presidency by Keith Ferrell

The soviets sell out by James Oberg

Tinkering with Evolution by Keith Harary

Whirlybirds, Real Birds by Sandy Fritz

Smart Highways by Jeffrey Zygmont

Third World Recycling by Ben Barber

The year’s best games by Scott Morris

Ailing Trauma facilities by Tom Dworetzky

51 things you must know about science, technology, and your future by the editors of Omni

Encounter with Gorgonids by Ursula K. Le Guin

Mapping the Mindfields by Bob Berger

Fiction: Carl’s lawn and garden by Terry Bison

Squid by Arthur C. Clarke

Chaos Explained by Thomas Bass

Book 2: Omni Vol. 14. No. 5, February 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Secrets to the Universe by Paul Davies

Fascinated by SF by Keith Ferrell

Tools by Sandy Fritz

Conserving mental energy by Steve Nadis

Preparing for 2000 by Marvin Cetron and Owen Davies

Books by Sandy Fritz

The electronic government by tom Dworetzky

Explorations by Charles Platt

Electronic universe by Gregg Keizer

Games by Scott Morris

Glasnost has begun to reveal the appalling abuse of psychiatry in the soviet union by tom Dworetzky

Subcycles by Kathleen McAuliffe

Future manners Steve ditlea

Fiction: the life of my crime by jonathan Carroll

Interview with Nigerian psychiatrist Thomas lambo and mental illness in Africa by Thomas bass

antimatter

Book 3: Omni Vol. 14 No. 6, March 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: The men’s movement by carol bly

Frozen clues to the environments future by Billy allstetter

Artificial intelligence by Steve ditlea

Wheels by Jeffrey Zygmont

Books by Robert K. J. Kilhefner (a different past, the same future)

Political science: Mexico and free trade by Tom Dworetzky

Electronic universe: mixing education and entertainment by Gregg Keizer

Nuclear world order: the cold war with the soviets is over so who else has the bomb? By Carl A. Possey

Touring the Jungles: vacationing in endangered areas gives a unique perspective on the damage we’re doing to the environment by Tom Dworetzky

Crumbling info structure: every day books movies and computers data decay and eventually disappear how can we save them? By Gregg Keizer

Interview with paleontologist Robert Bakker has unusual theories about dinosaurs by Vicki Lander

Fiction: a little night music by Lucius Shepard

Book 4: Omni Vol. 14 No. 7, April 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Choosing Death by Mary Catherine Bateson

Really good SF book by Keith Ferrell

Using a PC to manage your money – really by Patrick Helmaan

Praising the pickup by Jeffrey Zygmont

Why we need RU486 by Tom Dworetzky

Students plan Mars voyage by John elder

Fooling the eye by Scot Morris

Playing sports on a PC by Gregg Keizer

A mild nuclear winter by Stan sinberg

Soothsayers of the 21st century reveal corporate secrets and more by Deidre Sullivan

Life in Gödel’s universe: maps all the way

Fiction: ship full of Jews by Barry malzberg

Interview: inventing polymerase chain reaction didn’t make biochemist kary mullis rich. His newest gene-manipulating techniques just might by Anthony Liversidge

antimatter

Book 5: Omni Vol. 14 No. 8, May 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: The next step in evolution by Michael Murphy

Painting Alzheimer’s by Joe Dziemianowicz

Faces in the crowd by Jeff Goldberg

The spin doctor is in by Tom Dworetzky

Dating cave paintings by Kathleen McAulliffe

Making green greenbacks by Linda Marsa

Simulations: almost like real thing by Gregg Keizer

Quake-proof buildings by Cherri Senders

Using your head can payoff in the long run – with a longer healthier life by Kathy Keeton

These days some museums want you to look not touch by Margaret Wertheim

Interview with neurobiologist Sarah Leibowitz’s research shows why we eat by Douglas Stein

Folder 12: Omni, June 1992-December 1993Add to your cart.
Book 1: Omni Vol. 14 No. 9, June 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Science Superheroes by Fred Chappell

Forum of elections and education by Keith Ferrell

Earth by Linda Marsa

Wheels by Jeffrey Zygmont

Space by Brenda Forman

Books by Robert K. J. Killheffer

Mourning Isaac Asimov by Keith Ferrell

Ecology-minded fashion by Michelle Kearns

Electronic Universe by Gregg Keizer

Scientific Fraud by Linda Marsa

Silk for cocaine by Audrey Liounis

The case of the ghost molecules by bill lawren

Interview with biologist Garrett hardin’s controversial views on overpopulation by Cathy Spencer

Fiction: The effects of alienation By Howard waldrop

Book 2: Omni Vol. 14 No. 10, July 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Life through art by Lawrence Russ

Russians clean up their act by James Oberg

Unearthing a movie set by JK Mountain

Understanding the LA Riots by Tom Dworetzky

Future evolution by John Clute

Entertainment to go by Jeffrey Zygmont

Playing politics by Gregg Keizer

Airplane wings that move by Kathleen McAuliffe

Obscure sports rules by Scot Morris

Olympics athletes’ training programs begin with practice exercise and technology By Paul shepherd

The once backward country prepares to roll into the next century by Ellen Hoffman

Fiction: The man who rowed Christopher Columbus ashore By: Harlan Ellison

Interview with Physicist Christopher McKay by Paul Bagne

Book 3: Omni Vol. 14 No. 11, August 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Comedy: it makes life worth living by Bob Kreek

Big Profits in Biotech By Linda Marsa

Building information Highways By Tom Dworetzky

What does your brain do when you hear a joke? By Joan Griffiths

Old sneakers get a second wind by David Arneke

High Voltage Paintings by Judith Bell

Waging war via computer by Gregg Keizer

New Ways to get around by Scott Morris

Comedy Central’s hottest show stars robots and terrible movies by Marion Long

Modern Science unlocks the secrets of bodies from a Florida bog by Gurney Williams 3

How old is the Sphinx? By Robert M. Schoch

They’re only here for the art by Terry Bisson

Interview with Performance artist Rachel Rosenthal by Denise Meola

Book 4: Omni Vol. 14 No. 12, September 1992Add to your cart.

Contents: Cooperation in Space by Ben Bova

Putting real science-and a real scientist-on the big screen by Keith Ferrell

Saving—or dooming—the environment by Gregg Keizer

The Tv generation by Tom Dworetzky

A car that parks itself by Steve Ditlea

Helping kids read about science by Robert KJ Killheffer

A California telescope in Tennessee by Steve Nadis

Physics confounded by Scott Morris

Class of 2001 by Beth Howard

Brain Gain: Drugs that boost intelligence by Julie Erlich

Fiction: Overtures by JR Dunn

Psychologist Martin Seligman advocates optimistic lies by Kathleen McAuliffe

Book 5: Omni Vol. 16 No. 3, December 1993Add to your cart.

Contents: Wheels by Anna Copeland

Electronic Universe by Gregg Keizer

Space by Devera Pine

Political Science by Tom Dworetzky

A polish surrealist becomes Harlan Ellison’s muse  by Robert K.J. Killheffer

Funds by Lisa Marsa

Books by Robert Killheffer

The resurrection of Nostradamus by Dave Sobel

Saving our worlds heritage by Ellen Hoffman

Reinventing education the Chicago experiment by Sharon McAuliffe

Performance based tests by Kathy seal

Folder 13: Omni, January 1994-May 1994Add to your cart.
Book 1: Omni Vol. 16 No. 4, January 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: First Word by Marlene Dobkin de Rios

Electronic Universe by Greff Keizer

Beasts in the Everglades by Kalia Doner

Earth by Anthony Liversidge

Satellites Monitor Truckers by Paul C. Schuytema

Sex Pheremones Hit the Market by Michael Krantz

Sight into Sound by Steve Nadis

Kid Stuff by Gregg Keizer

The Last Great Experiment of the 20th Century by Dick Teresi

Random Access, Remote Control: The Evolution of Storytelling by Walter Parkes

Please Freeze Me by Charles Platt

A Man on Crutched by Paul Park

Breeding Robots by Paul Bagne

Book 2: Omni Vol. 16 No. 5, February 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: First Word by Greg Meyerson

Political Science by Tom Dworetsky

Arts by Robert K.J. Killheffer

Psychoactive Cure by Nina L. Diamond

Noise Annoys by Robert Angus

Wheels by Jeffrey Zygmont

Stars by Bill Lawren

Electronic Universe by Gregg Keizer

Mapping Internal Rhythms by Hunter Whitney

Space by Devera Pine

Games by Scott Morris

Unhealthy Alliances by Linda Marsa

Soul Searching with Francis Crick by Daniel Voll

Assassin by Bruce McAllister

Interview: Tom Sever by Neil McAleer

Book 3: Omni Vol. 16 No. 6, March 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: First Word by Randall Baker

Funds by Linda Marsa

Idol Innovations by Wayne Yacco

Omni Online by Byron Poole

Mind by Kathleen McAuliffe

Earth by Carl Posey

Museums by Frederic Paul

Digs by Mary Ann Tawasha

Electronic Universe by Gregg Keizer

Monster Rodent by Patrick Huyghe

Style by Nina L. Diamond

Games by Scott Morris

Hurricanes: Reaping the Whirlwind by Carl Posey

Electric Sky by Richard Wolkomir

Kite Power by Valerie Govig

A Wheel in the Desert, The Moon on Some Swings by Jonathan Carroll

Clocking the Big Bang by Dava Sobel

Book 4: Omni Vol. 16 No. 8, May 1994Add to your cart.

Contents: First Word by Bill Nye

Digs by Martin Hill

Good cop, bad cop by Janel Bladow

Electronic Universe by Gregg Keizer

Style by Jessica Cohen

Short Trip in a Solar Car by Jeffrey Zygmont

Tropical Storms and Scientific Advances by Nina L. Diamond

Books by Robert K.J. Killheffer

Earth by Hunter Whitney

Games by Scot Morris

Last Word by Peter Callahan

Lucy's Father by Sharon McAuliffe

Complexity by Janet Stites

Cosmic Conspiracy: Part Two by Dennis Stacy

Black Drongo by Garry Kilworth

Margie Profet by Shari Rudavsky

Book 5: Omni Vol. 17 No. 7, April 1995Add to your cart.

Contents: First Word by Daniel Pinkwater

Beyond Central Control by Steve Nadis

Sounds by Ed Juge

Artificial Intelligence by J. Blake Lambert

Highway Surveillance by Jeffrey Hsu

Electronic Universe by Gregg Keizer

Wings by Peggy Noonan

Learning by Mary Ann Tawasha

Underground Architecture by Fred Hapgood

Museums by Paul Kvinta

The New Outer Limits by David Bischoff

Implants, forensics, and Part Two of Omni's guide to investigating UFOs.

Max Faget: Master Builder by James Oberg

Resolve and Resistance by S.N. Dyer

Interview: Hazel O'Leary by Linda Turbyville

Games by Scot Morris

Last Word by Daniel Pinkwater

Folder 14: Oracle 20/20 Vol 15. Issue 10-11, September-October 2005Add to your cart.
Book 1: Oracle 20/20 magazine Vol 15. Issue 10, September 2005Add to your cart.

Contents:

Henderson, Sherry. First Impression

Hollis, Annie. September Astrology

Ricklef, James. Tarot and your Daily life: The Duality of Two- Tarot card

Gillentine, Julie. Dream Oracle

Coffey, Chip. Evil Has met its match

Moody, Raymond. Swan Songs: poems of the dying

Matthiessen, Suzanne. Trying to be Perfect

Hug, Li. Acupuncture for Vitiligo

Wen, Charles. Remote Clearing for life changes

Henderson, Sherry. Healing with sound

Miller, Merlene & Miller, David. Recovery from addiction requires healing the brain

Muskat, Alan. Onto these hills: Crop circles come to western North Carolina

Vaughn, Richard Lee. Saturn’s new style

Wilson, Marie-Claire. Signs on Earth

Bethel, Johnathan. The Science of the Devine

Book 2: Oracle 20/20 Magazine Vol 15. Issue 11, October 2005Add to your cart.

Contents:

First Impression

October Astrology

Tarot and your daily life one + one = three

Dream Oracle- Sleep & Prophecy

Rhia’s corner- Catawba woman

Spiritual Etiquette- Defense against the dark arts

Preventing & healing breast cancer

Nurturing problems

Unlocking the power of hemostasis

Kealakekua Bay

Travel through the looking glass and beyond

The sacred source

Think logically, live intuitively

Discovery of a Twelfth planet

Primate abuse in Wisconsin

The coming category 5 financial hurricane

Advancing toward utopia

Folder 15: Pagan Magazine No. 2, Yule 1971Add to your cart.

Contents:

Zell, Tim. An old fashion Christmas four changes (ecology)

Butyrin, Svetlana. Return of Persephone

Kitchell, Webster. Nothing makes sense… and I’m glad

Tom Williams. Book Review; the art or loving

Adams, Fred. Oracles of the faerie faith

Folder 16: Pagan Dawn 1998, 1998Add to your cart.

Contents:

from the editor

PF news

Letter from the president

International affair

“gods” Cartoon

PF Journalist awards

Pagan news

Operations VOR: result

Translations- the transition of the voyage trust

Anthony. Every thought is a prayer

Norfolk, Andy. Cornish sacred sites

Macintyre, john & Dickinson, Cynthia & Clare ashworth. Climbing into bed with the enemy? Interfaith and pagan fundamentalism

Valiente, Doreen. A witch speaks

Fisher, Sally & Smith, Adam. The millennium eclipse

Palmer, Jessica. Animals of power

Rothwell, john. Druidspear: magical music

Folder 17: Pangaia winter ’99- summer ‘01, Winter 1999- Summer 2001Add to your cart.
Book 1: Pangaia magazine Issue #22, Winter 1999-2000, Winter 1999-2000Add to your cart.

Contents:

Griffin, Sally. Requiem for a true witch

Darling, Diane conn & Barrette, Elizabeth. The future of paganism

Buckley, Marie. Living for the future of all beings

Bledsoe, Alex. The devil you know

Paxson, Diana. Midwifing the new millennium

Darling, Diane conn. On the path: Editorial musings

Bones, Gavin. The healing craft

Noble, Vicki. Goddess Journeys

Telesco, Patricia. Magick in the third dimension

Henes, Donna. Ask your momma

Book 2: Pangaia magazine issue #25, Autumn 2000Add to your cart.

Contents:

Durga Bernhard. The art of bowhunting

Knerly, Mia. The messenger

Bledsoe, Alex. Croaked

Barrette, Elizabeth. First Impression: musing from the editor

Stewart, R.J. Underworld perspective: earthbased spirituality, past and future

Telesco, Patricia. Magick in the third dimension

Noble, Vicki. Goddess journey

Henes, Donna. Ask your mama

Seed, John & Rosenhek, Ruth. Deep time medicine

Colbert, Joanna powell. Living planet

Niven, Anna Newkirk. The gospel according to gaia

Barr, Donna. Rental Goddess

Stevens, Sylvia. The last world

Book 3: Pangaia magazine issue #27, Spring 2001Add to your cart.

Contents:

Meeker-Lowry, Susan. Seeing the goddess into our lives

Jones, Kathy & Brown, Gillian. Return to Avalon

Baltensperger, Peter. The science and magic of air

Barrette, Elizabeth. First Impression: musing from the editor

Stewart, R.J. Underworld perspective: earthbased spirituality, past and future

Telesco, Patricia. Magick in the third dimension

Noble, Vicki. Goddess journey

Henes, Donna. Ask your mama

Seed, John & Rosenhek, Ruth. Deep time medicine

Colbert, Joanna powell. Living planet

Niven, Anna Newkirk. The gospel according to gaia

Barr, Donna. Rental Goddess

Stevens, Sylvia. The last world

Book 4: Pangaia magazine issue #28 Summer 2001, Summer 2001Add to your cart.

Contents:

Contents: Meeker-Lowry, Susan. Seeing the goddess into our lives

Jones, Kathy & Brown, Gillian. Return to Avalon

Baltensperger, Peter. The science and magic of air

Barrette, Elizabeth. First Impression: musing from the editor

Stewart, R.J. Underworld perspective: earthbased spirituality, past and future

Telesco, Patricia. Magick in the third dimension

Noble, Vicki. Goddess journey

Henes, Donna. Ask your mama

Seed, John & Rosenhek, Ruth. Deep time medicine

Colbert, Joanna powell. Living planet

Niven, Anna Newkirk. The gospel according to gaia

Barr, Donna. Rental Goddess

Stevens, Sylvia. The last world

Folder 18: Pangaia Spring, 2003-2004Add to your cart.
Book 1: Pangaia magazine Issue #35, 2003Add to your cart.

Contents:

Waters, T. Wayne. Lothlorien magic

Adaire, Cairril. Creating the pagan future

Lorenzten, Bent. Measuring the great mother

Barrette, Elizabeth. First Impression: musing from the editor

Stewart, R.J. Underworld perspective: earthbased spirituality, past and future

Dewr, Dagonet & Cecylyna. Words and wheels

Eaglesong. Gaian gardening

Chisolm, Chris. Wolf Journey

Tifulcrum, S. Connecting the dots

Lavoie, Laura M. Goddess in America

Barr, Donna. Rental Goddess

Stevens, Sylvia. The last world

Book 2: Pangaia magazine Issue #37, November 2003- February 2004Add to your cart.

Contents:

Filan, Kevin. Everything we do is a ritual

Barrette, Elizabeth. First Impression: musing from the editor

Stewart, R.J. Underworld perspective: earthbased spirituality, past and future

Dewr, Dagonet & Cecylyna. Words and wheels

Eaglesong. Gaian gardening

Chisolm, Chris. Wolf Journey

Eisenberg, Christina. Trail of beauty

Tifulcrum, S. Connecting the dots

Lavoie, Laura M. Goddess in America

Barr, Donna. Rental Goddess

Stevens, Sylvia. The last world

Folder 19: Pipes of P.A.N., 1981-1983Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 2, Imbolic 1981Add to your cart.

Contents:

Reeds and Rites

Astrological Section by Ros

How Many More Things are Accumulationg Poisons

Book 2: Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 6, Imbolic 1982Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial/ PAN News

Sacred Dances by Peter Larkworthy: History; Life, Death, and Transformation

Uranium Mining on Sacred Sites in the U.S.

Radio PAN

The Grand Illusion by Mike Howard

Astrological dates for PAN Workings by Ros of Elfane

PAN ritual for the Imbolc Season by Rufus and Snowmoon

Book 3: Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 8, Lughnasadh 1982Add to your cart.

Contents:

Psychology and Shamenism by Alan Ticbill

For OPO and Donald and Nina, Murdered by Human Ignorance by H. Snowmoon

Leigh Youth CND and Other Strange Phenomena also Cheek and the Art of Fund Collecting by Adele Bray

A letter and meditation for Dawn and Paul Hardy

The PAN Grand Sabbat

An Evening with Pan by Dwale

Book Review of Earth Rites by K.I. Rees

The Aims of he Pan-Pagan School by Jo O'Clerigh

Malkuth and Earth by Colin

Don't be out argued by H. Snowmoon

Knight of the Sword by Adele Bray

Glastonbury at Lughnasadh by Bel Bucca

Isle of the Blessed Celt by Gil

Book 4: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 9, Samhain 1982Add to your cart.

Contents:

Winter and the Age of Truth by Thomas Daffern

The Sabbat in retrospect by Rufus

Lughnasadh Eve 1982 by Nicola Miles

Do what thou wilt shall be the shole of the law by Frater Hyperion

Conservation Appeal by Doreen Valiente

Astrological Section by Ros of Elfane

An Evening with Pan by Dwale

A letter from Jan Livvesey

The Festival of Samhain

Book 5: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No 10, Imbalc 1983Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Imbalc Sabbat

Greenham Common - December 12th 1982 by Nicola Miles

The PAN meet of 21st November 1982 by Fr. Prometheus of FLAME

On the Church by Guy Ragl and Phillips

Green Helms Appeal (Sea Sheperd)

Persecutionin the Twentieth Century by Ken Hale

On Animal Lberation by Julian Lees

Magickal Workings

Fighting Fire with Fire by Any Highfield

Astrology Section by Ros of Elfane

The Hymn to Isis by Frater Prometheus and Hyperion

A Meditation for P.A.N. by Rufus

Reviews

Naked Empress or the Great Medical Fraud by Hans Rusesch review by Margaret Heard

Old George Pickingill and the Roots of Modern Witchcraft and Mediaeval Witcharaft and the Freemasons by Lugh

Sundial and Compass Rose - Eightfold Time division in Northern Europe by Prudence Jones

June Cavella- Perpetual calendar of the Fellowship of Isis Compiled by Lawrence Durdin-Roberston

News from Faslane Peace Campe by Mike Shakland

Book 6: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 11, Beltane 1983Add to your cart.

Contents:

Green Gathering 1983

Myth and the rediscovery of our Roots by Rufus

Earth Mysteries

Poetry:

A Lament to Ceridwen by Guy Ragland Phillips

Circle Invoation - Pagan Song by Ailsa

For C.S. by Debbie

Pullling off Daddy Longlegs by Susu Jeffree

Reviews:

Magic for the Aquarian Age

Atlantis Magic

Astrology Section by Ros

We Hate Litter! by Nicola

Letters:

Bless the Bomb!

Creating our Own Destruction from Alan K-V

Pagan Animal Lieration Greoup by Tina Pye

The Vision Quest on Bear Butte, Black Hills

In Defence of Darkness by Nicola Miles

Book 7: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 12, Lugnasadh 1983Add to your cart.

Contents:

Myth and Practice by Ken Rees

The Goddess of the Waters by Clwyn

Twice Bitten by John Billingley

More in Defence of Darkness by Alawn Tickell

Holocaust? No Thanks! by Nicola

the Greenfaith by Bucca

Pipes of PAN Myth Competition

Review of The Tymbolic Weapons of Ritual Magic - a practical guide to ceremonial regalia by A.C. Highfield

Poetry Review of Earth Songs (Nicola Miles) by Ken Rees

Poetry Review of Dreaming the Dar. Magic, Sex and Politics (Starhawk)

Garderner or Guardian? by C. Deacon

Letter to Mr. Deacon by Nicola

Book 8: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 12; Supplement, Lugnasadh 1983Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Circle

The Sabbat

the Ritual

Book 9: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 13, Samhain 1983Add to your cart.

Contents:

News from Scotland by Mike Shankland

Astrology Section by Ros of Elfane

Poetry

Shadows

Rollright Stone 1983 by Nicola Miles

Traquility

Dawn

The Fellowship of Isis

Urania - Ceremonial Magic of the Goddess by Olivia Robertson

Greening the Nukes by Rufus Broch and Plentyn Ffawydd

Green Gathering 1983 - Some Experiences and Feelings by Celia Eve

A Ring of Fire: Beacons at the Bases

Earth Awarness Section by Nicola

Conversation Betwen Two Magpies by March Hare

Calling All P.A.L.S! by Nicola

First Man and the Snal

Hecate by Guy Ragland Phillips

Pets and Pagan Awareness

A Meetting with Sylvanus by Wontolla

The Green Ray by Andy HIghfield

For Pity's Sake by C. Deacon

Folder 20: The Pipes of P.A.N., 1984-1986Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Pipes of P.A.N.; No. 16, Lughnasadh 1984Add to your cart.

Contents:

News from Boscombe down Peace Camp by Mike Shankland

Harvest for the Hungry by Stu

The Prayer of the Flowers by Lord Dusany

Earth Awareness Conference

Reflections on the E.A.C. by Juniper

It's Amazing! by Nick

Poem by Bruce

Astrology Section by Ros of Elfane

The Ancient Religion and the Nuclear Age by Monica Sjoo

Poetry:

Lammastide by Tina Pye

Stark Flowers by Mark Green

Dragonsong by Debbie

The Sabbat by Ray

Unleash the Beast

Book Reviews:

Sacred Glastonbury: A Defence of Muth Defiled by Anthony robers

The Witches; Way - Prinicples, Rituals and beliefs of Modern Witchcraft by Janet and Stewart Parrar

Book 2: The Pipes of P.A.N.;No. 17, Samhain 1984Add to your cart.

Contents:

Pagan Values - A Return to Rural Harships?

Woensdrecht Peace Camp, Holland by Monica Sjoo

Astrology Section by Ros of Elfane

Inburne, Kipling and Paganism by Jan Henning

Peace Action in Canada by Sam Wagar

10 Million Women - 10 Days by Kate Underwood

10 Million Women - 10 Days by  by Olwyn

Greenham, 30 Sepetember by Marisa

The Greenham Gathering by Ros

Poetry:

  To Woden by G.Y. Freebird

  Seasons by Mark Green

  Dragon Track by T.H.

  Woodland Solace by Kate Underwood

Invocation to Pan by Hillary Llewellyn-Williams

News from Scotland by John Macintyre

The Pagan Funeral Trust by Chris and Janet

Book Reviews:

  Seeing Green: The Politics of Ecology Explained by Jonathon Porritt

  The Boy from the HIlls by Cara Louise

  Footprints in the Sand by Chris Simons

Reclaim Chilwell by Simon

Book 3: The Pipes of P.A.N.;No. 20, Lughnasadh 1985Add to your cart.

Contents:

Astrology Section by Ros of Elfane

Prescelli Sunrise by RosCampaign for Civilian Immunity by Keith Motherson

Taking Thatcher to Court by Hilary Llewellyn Williams

Women's Dream - Journeying Across Salisbury Plain Reclaiming Earth our Mother from the Military by Monica Sjoo

The Gipsy Switch - Part III by Jill and Taliesin

Pagan Pastoral Care in Prisons by Jean Freer

Poetry:

  Lunacy by Bruce

  "You Can't say that in Russia?"

Book Reviews:

  Skyways and Landmarks Revisited by Philip Heslton, Jimmy Goddard and Paul Baines

  The Cosmic Agis by Nigel Pennick

  Brighde, Goddess of Fire by Sinead Sula Grian

  Dresden: The Double Thuderclap, Anatomy of a British War Crime by Keith Motherson and Valerie Reay

  A Pagan Funeral reconstructed by Norman Iles

Letter to Editors by Jan Henning

Midsummer Magic

Book 4: The Pipes of P.A.N.;No 21, Samhain 1985Add to your cart.

Contents:

Five Years of P.A.N.!

Mururda is Crumbling

Lament for my Dead Son by Monica Sjoo

Paganism, a religion of immancence by Celia Eve

The Gipsy Switch: the Fourth Quarter by Jill and Taliesin

The Pagan Funeral Trust by Rufus

The Vanishing Sanctuary by Stephanie Wilson

Poetry:

  (Poem) by Richard Haxell

  Tapestry by Bruce

  At a Neolithic Site at Yule by Aida Birch

  To Woden II by G.Y. Tickhill

Reviews:

  Male Sexuality: the Atlantis Position by Jenny James

  Earth Mysteries: An Exploratory Introduction by Brian Larkman and Philip Heselton

  Atlantis Inishfree by Jenny James

  Sam's Adventures in the Spirit World - 1: Sam amongst the planets by M.A. Heard

  The Druids' Progress

  Sky Lore of the North by Otto Siegfried Reuter (translated by Michael Behrend)

  Runestaves and Oghams by Nigel Pennick

Asatru

Book 5: The Pipes of P.A.N.;No. 22, Imbolc 1986Add to your cart.

Contents:

Sizewell Revisited: A blow to the Lunar plexus by Stella Joy

Reviews:

  Daddy Witch and Old Mother Redcap Survivals of the Old Craft under Victorian Christendom by Nigel Pennick

  The Goddess Experience

Boycott Barclays! by Steve Patterson

A London day Out by Alawn Tickhill

Poetry:

  "Skylarks over Maiden Castle" by Ben Lovegrove

  The Shame by Jared Bush

  Listen, Mothers and Fathers by Jared Bush

Letters:

  To Rufus from Tammuz

  From Tina Pye in support of Nigel Pennick's view on abortion

  From Janet and Chris in support of Nigel Pennick

  From Jo O'Clerigh in support of Nigel Pennick

  From Dave Womersley in Defence of Stonehenge and MaleSexuality

  From Ian Lee reaction to Nigel Pennick and Monica Sjoo

  From Angela Barker to Editor

Editorial comment from Nicola

Editorial comment from Rufus

Book 6: The Pipes of P.A.N.;No. 23, Beltane 1986Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial

Letters:

  To Editor from Angela Barker

  To Rufus from Richard Eastburn-Hewitt

  To Readers from Medb Bean-Sighe

  To Paper from Jill Smith

Reviews:

  Sophia - Cosmic Consciousness of the Goddess by Olivia Robertson

  The Daughters of Egalia by Gerd Brantenberg

Poetry:

  A Time of Year by Briaz Old

  Invocation by Terry

  Mist by Chris Simons

Warriors of the Rainbow: Hopi Indian Prohacies by Brian

Aquarian Aid by the Sirius Cabal

Some Thoughts on Shamanism in the Pagan Community by Bob Gustafson

Who was thomas Morton?

In the Spirit of Thomas Morton

Cancer Cure cover-up by Glora

Pan by Greg Hill

Folder 21: Prediction; Vol #46 Issue # 1, 1980Add to your cart.

Contents:

Revill, Joan. Capricornian birthday calendar

Ramsey, Donald. Astral projection and the sleep state

Douglas, Alfred. World news digest

Chips with everything

Day, Harvey. The Australian Aborigines

Cambren, Oliver. Doomday around the corner

Astrology section

Montalban, Madeline. The tarot

Folder 22: Prediction; Vol 70 No. 8, August 2004Add to your cart.

Contents:

The month ahead

Horoscopes

Mercury’s influence in a chart

Ask Marion

Leo Character & year ahead

Birthday forecast

Chinese horoscopes

Astrological gemstones

How to be a psychic medium

Think positive with Caroline myss

25 ways to become psychic

Beat stress naturally

Spiritual san Francisco

Folder 23: Psychic Magazine, November 1969- June 1970Add to your cart.
Book 1: Psychic magazine Vol 1 No. 3, November 1969Add to your cart.

Contents:

Interview: Sybil leek

Julian leeks

Psychical research

ESP at UCLA, a symposium

All hallows e’en games

Mediumship in England today

Book 2: Psychic magazine Vol 1 No. 4, February 1970Add to your cart.

Contents:

Interview: Gardner murphy

The age of Aquarius

ESP, the universe, and man

PSI’s challenge to science

A dream grows in Brooklyn

Book 3: Psychic magazine Vol 1 No. 5, April 1970Add to your cart.

Contents:

Interview: peter hurkos

Poltergeist investigations in Germany

The center premonitions registry

Charles fort: the man who doubted

Photographs by the mind

Book 4: Psychic magazine Vol 1 No. 6, June 1970, June 1970Add to your cart.

Contents:

Interview: Eileen J Garrett

Psychenauts of inner space

William butler yeats and psychic phenomena

The rosicrucians

New music from old masters

Folder 24: Psychic, July 1970- December 1970Add to your cart.
Book 1: Psychic magazine Vol 2 No. 1, July/ August 1970Add to your cart.

Contents:

Interview: Thelma s. moss

Parapsychology on the nation’s campuses

Hypnosis and ESP

Yoga and counseling psychology

Development of the psychic

Book 2: Psychic magazine Vol 2 No. 3, November/ December 1970Add to your cart.

Contents:

Interview: swami nitya chaitanya yati

Spirtism in brazil

Freud and the paranormal

Emotional reaction to psychic experiences

Psychical research in America: the early years

Folder 25: Ratio: 3 Vol 1, 1991Add to your cart.

Contents:

One of the employees pulled this because they thought this wasn’t suppose to be in this box.

Folder 26: Rays from the rose cross September, 1923-1925Add to your cart.
Book 1: Rays from the rose cross a magazine of mystic light Vol 15 No. 5, September 1923Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial department

The mystic light

Question department

The astral ray

Studies in the Rosicrucian cosmo-conception

Children’s department

Nutrition and health

Echoes from mt. ecclesia

Book 2: Rays from the rose cross a magazine of mystic light Vol 15 No. 9, January 1924Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial department

The mystic light

Question department

The astral ray

Studies in the Rosicrucian cosmo-conception

Children’s department

Nutrition and health

Echoes from mt. ecclesia

Book 3: Rays from the rose cross a magazine of mystic light Vol 15 No. 10, February 1924Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial department

The mystic light

Question department

The astral ray

Studies in the Rosicrucian cosmo-conception

Children’s department

Nutrition and health

Echoes from mt. ecclesia

Book 4: Rays from the rose cross a magazine of mystic light Vol 15 No. 11, March 1924Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial department

The mystic light

Question department

The astral ray

Studies in the Rosicrucian cosmo-conception

Children’s department

Nutrition and health

Echoes from mt. ecclesia

Book 5: Rays from the rose cross a magazine of mystic light Vol 17 No. 5, September 1925Add to your cart.

Contents:

Current topics

Editorial department

The mystic light

Question department

The astral ray

Studies in the Rosicrucian cosmo-conception

Children’s department

Nutrition and health

Echoes from mt. ecclesia

Folder 27: RDF NO. 119, Fall 2004Add to your cart.

Contents:

Between the lines

Letters

Plant profile

Poetry

Spirituality

Astro-tarot

Community

Fiction

Music

Heathen harvest

Books

Prison pages

Contact letters

Faerie finder

Remembrance

Announcements

Folder 28: Richters, 2008-2011Add to your cart.

Contents:

Herbs, seeds, plant, dried, plug, packs & trays

Book 1: Richters her catalog, 2008Add to your cart.
Book 2: Richters her catalog, 2009Add to your cart.
Book 3: Richters her catalog, 2010Add to your cart.
Book 4: Richters her catalog, 2011Add to your cart.
Folder 29: Richters, 2012-2015Add to your cart.

Contents:

Herbs, seeds, plant, dried, plug, packs & trays

Book 1: Richters herbs & vegetable catalogue, 2012Add to your cart.
Book 2: Richters herbs & vegetable catalogue, 2013Add to your cart.
Book 3: Richters herbs & vegetable catalogue, 2014Add to your cart.
Book 4: Richters herbs & vegetable catalogue, 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 30: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine, October 1966- June 1967Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine Vol 58 No. 10, October 1966Add to your cart.

Contents:

The mystic light

Astrology department

Monthly news interpreted

Readers questions

Nutrition and health

Children’s department

Book 2: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine Vol 59 No. 2, February 1967Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorials

The mystic light

Astrology department

Monthly news interpreted

Readers questions

Nutrition and health

Healing department

Miscellaneous

Book 3: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine Vol 59 No. 3, march 1967Add to your cart.

Contents:

The mystic light

Astrology department

Monthly news interpreted

Readers questions

Nutrition and health

Healing department

Miscellaneous

Book 4: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine Vol 59 No. 4, April 1967Add to your cart.

Contents:

The mystic light

Astrology department

Monthly news interpreted

Readers questions

Nutrition and health

Healing department

Book 5: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine Vol 59 No. 5, may 1967Add to your cart.

Contents:

The mystic light

Astrology department

Monthly news interpreted

Readers questions

Nutrition and health

Healing department

Miscellaneous

Book 6: The Rosicrucian fellowship magazine Vol 59 No. 6, June 1967Add to your cart.

Contents:

The mystic light

Astrology department

Monthly news interpreted

Readers questions

Nutrition and health

Healing department

Miscellaneous

Box 22: Periodicals R-WAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross), July 1967-December 1967Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 59 No. 7, July 1967Add to your cart.

Contents: "New Dimensions of Consciousness" / Perl Amelia Williams. Subjects: Consciousness

"The Superintelligent Corporation" / Kent Lorimer. Subjects: Corporations; Intellectual capital

"Purgatory: What it is and What it Accomplishes" / Mary Ford. Subjects: Purgatory; Eschatology

"Cultivation and Uses of Imagination" / M.R. Subjects: Imagination; Reason; Will

"Glimpses of the Past" / P.E.B. Subjects: Reincarnation

"The Vital Body" / Max Heindel. Subjects: Vital force

"The Pituitary Body and the Pineal Gland". Subjects: Clairvoyants--Moral and ethical aspects

"Healing Miracles of the Christ" / Corinne Heline. Subjects: Ritual; Ritual cleansing

"The Solar Cycle. Part 4, Cancer". Subjects: Cancer (Astrology). Genre/Form: Astrological readings

"See Ecclesia" / [poem] by Vielda S. Linton. Genre/Form: Poetry

"Readings for Subscribers' Children" for: Bobby, J.W., Colette B., William, E.W. Genre/Form: Astrological readings

"Vocational Guidance Advice" Astrological readings for Mary Ellen W., Ike P., and Michaela M.. Genre/Form: Astrological readings

"Daily Thought and Guide" Genre/Form: Meditations

"Monthly News Interpreted": Modern Physics ; Fountain of Life ; Physicists announce views on hereditary theory

"Readers Questions": Concerning the Ethers ; Bible interpretation ; Did Christ East Fish?

"Nutrition and Health: Health in the News". Treating Burns, Frostbite ; More about Rhubarb and Spinach ; Saine Solution ; Honey Heals ; From our Patients

"Healing Department". Influence of the Moon in Healing / Max Heindel. Subjects: Human beings--Effect of moon on

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 59 No. 8, August 1967Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: The Christian Mystic Initiation

Wilkinson, Edith: Modern Spiritual Trends

Taylor, Helene: We are Building Our New Temple

Bartolot, Iris: Metamorphosis (poem), Eye of the Beholder (poem)

Williams, Perl: New Dimensions of Consciousness

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (20th installment)

Esoteric training

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of the Christ

Trafford, Robert L.: The Solar Cycle – Parts: Leo

Children of Leo

LSD

Aurora Borealis

New Supernova Theory

Proper language for group spirits

Meaning of soul mates

Aloe Vera

Heindel, Max: Moon in Healing

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 59 No. 9, September 1967Add to your cart.

Contents: Sammons, Louise: The New World

Capps, Sylvia: Developing the Spiritual Nature

Lorimer, Janice: Modern Views on Race

Heindel, Max:  The Vital Body (21st installment)

Heline, Corinne, Healing Miracles of Christ

Trafford, Robert L.: The Solar Cycle – Part VI: Virgo

Lorimer, Kent: Astrological Mystery of Twinship in the Light of Modern Science

Hysteria among schoolgirls

St. Elmo's fire living on the moon and bottom of ocean

Massage

Plastic patches replace braces on teeth

Brown sugar inhibits tooth decay in hamsters

McCarton, Alma: Verse from Mother Goose (children story)

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 59 No. 10, October 1967Add to your cart.

Contents: Rehm, Ann: The Body of the New Age

Aldrich, Beth Dene: “-- and the Lame Shall Walk”

E.N.: Numbers and How They Help

D.B.: Your Own Will Come to You

Heindel, Max: The Vital Message (22nd installment)

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of Christ

Trafford, Robert L.: The Solar Cycle Part 7 – Libra

Collins, Veda B.: Mountain Tops (poem)

Leitner, Della A.: Fulfilled (poem)

The Children of Libra 1967

Atlantis Evidence Found

A Sane Mind, A Soft Heart, A Sound Body

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 59 No. 11, November 1967Add to your cart.

Contents: Taylor, Helene: Let the Spiritual Sunshine In!

Lorimer, Kent: The New Voice of Science

N.M.S: The Heart Understands

Carter, Jean: Lessons in the Night

Ethers

Simmons, Walter C.: A Study of the Prologue of St. John's Gospel

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (23rd installment)

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of the Christ

Trafford, Robert L.: The solar cycle – Part 8: Scorpio

“Silent Spring”

“Einstein and Newton Challenged”

“Scalar Field”

Diet

Crocodile

Cancer

Dr. Robert H. Dicke

Pepper

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 59 No. 12, December 1967Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: The Path of Light

G.R.: There Went Out a Decree

E.P.W.: Mary, the Mother of Jesus

Hoogstraat, H.W.: Christmas Symbolism

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (24th installment)

Trafford, Robert L.: The Solar Cycle– Part 9: Sagittarius

Gamma Ray

Occultism

After-death

Spiritual panacea

Cosmic Christ

Collins, Veda B.: Winter Solstice (Poem)

Folder 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 1-6, January 1968-June 1968Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 1, January 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: The Aquarian Age and the New Covenant

Christian Bible

Bachman, Edna: Ancient Lemuria

Cater, Jean, Ethers

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (25th Installment)

Heline, Corinne

Trafford, R.L.: The Solar Cycle: part 10- Capricorn

Sunspot Cycle

Dream Scintillations

Friese, Eleanor: Why Tabby Gray Wears a Bell (children’s story)

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 2, February 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: Into a New Age

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body - 26th Installment

Heindel, Max: The Aquarian Age

Phillips, Anne: Recent Aquarian Manifestations

F.S.: Origin and Development of Brain and Mind

Meditation

Heline, Corinne: The Man Healed of Dropsy

Aquarius

Hadron

Radiocarbon dating

Leprosy vaccine

Heindel, Max: Hypnotic “healing”

Rosicrucian Method of Caring for the Dead

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 3, March 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Leitner, Della A.: God Has a Need (Poem)

Bryan, Olive: New Horizons

Holzapfel, Evelyn: The Holy Year

Lorimer, Kent: The Biochemistry and Electrical Theories of Vision

Meditation

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of the Christ

Trafford, Robert L.: The Solar Cycle: Part 12 – Pisces

UFOs

Mars

Heindel, Max: Heredity and Disease

Olives

Alcohol

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 4, April 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Collins, Veda B.: Easter Song: Royal Ritornello (poem)

G.R.: Joy in Oneness

C.C.T.: The Mystery of the Holy Grail

Vandertuin, Victoria E.: Mystical Meaning of the Rose

Lorimer, Kent: Problems of Surgery

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of the Christ

Phillips, Anne: The Four Archangels and their Eras

Aries

Vegetarian

Heindel, Max: Heredity and Disease

McCarton, E. Alma: Rabbit Eggs

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (28th Installment)

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 5, May 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Sonnischen, Blendena L.: There's Nowhere to Go But Up

Sammons, Louise: The Importance of Forgetting

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (29th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of Christ

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy

Taurus

Cosmic dust

Death

Kelp

Furor

Heindel, Max: Curing Vs. Healing

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 6, June 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Collins, Veda Burnaugh: Sundown (poem)

Phillips, Anne: Our Moving Continents and Changing Worlds

O'Neill, Shirleyann: Tennyson as a Mystic

Aldrich, Beth Dene: Vision Solves Mystery of Disappearance

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body  (30th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracle of Christianity

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 2)

Gemini

Anne Marie D.M.

T.V. Violence

Moon

Memory

Sachelli, Betty: Are Your Emotions Showing?

Heindel, Max: Curing Vs. Healing (part 2)

Folder 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 7-12 Vol. 61 No. 1, January 1968-January 1969Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No.7, July 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: Spiritual Alchemy

Leitner, Della A.: I Shall Speak (poem)

Bachman, Edna: The Way Toward Brotherhood

Smith, Iris M.: Law (poem)

Moiseieff, Zinaida: Tests and Trials

O'Neill, Shirleyann: Tennyson as a Mystic (Part 2)

Collins, Veda B.: A Garden is the Answer (poem)

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (31st Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of Christ

Heindel, Max: Why the Rosicrucians Heal

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 3)

Cancer

Papyrus

Cosmic rays

Occult

Oranges

Armstrong, Lawrence: The Green Magic of Providence

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No.9, September 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Louise, Sammons: The World We Live In

Smith, I.M.: Benediction (poem)

Phillips, Anne: Theories, theories

Y.J.F.: A Stepping Stone

O'Neill, Shirleyann: Tennyson as a Mystic (Conclusion)

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (33rd Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of Christ

Heindel, Max: Mind and Healing

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 5)

Virgo

Genetic theory

Dead Sea Scroll

Birth control

Smoking and fetal damage

Hepatitis

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 10, October 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Johnston, Fern: Who are the Elder Brothers

Myers, Tom: Those Resilient Otters

E.F.M.: Out of the Light

Eclipse

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (34th Installment)

Heindel, Max: Mind and Healing

Heline, Corinne: Healing Miracles of Christ (cont.)

Lorimer, Kent: Astrological Influences Hint at Scientific News

Libra

Diabetes

Vegetarians

Agar-Agat

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 11, November 1968Add to your cart.

Contents:

Thanksgiving

Holzapfel, Evelyn: Heart Development and Initiation

Frahme, Dagmar: Sacrifice and Service

Sande, Gene: The Promise

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body (35th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: The Parables of Christ's Ministry

H.M.: Why Astrology

Scorpio

Phylos' prophecy

Polio

Potassium

Frahme, Dagmar: The Leaf Painter (children’s story)

D.F.: Lord of the Rings book review

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 60 No. 12, December 1968Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: The Star of Bethlehem

Sachelli, Betty: The Gifts of the Wise Men

Lindeman, Christine: Encounter in Space

Collins, Veda B.: Christmas List (poem)

Henderson, Elsie: The Grace of Giving

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body -36th Installment

Christian RosenKreuz

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ's Ministry (cont.)

L.S.I.: The Dragon Path

Sagittarius

Kinetics

Dr. Dolittle

Trinity

Holman, Ross L.: It's in Your Mind

Frahme, Dagmar: Jonathan and the Angel (children’s story)

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 1, January 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Lindeman, Christine: “Love One Another”

The Heart: A Wonderful Organ

Crisp, James: Our Ten Precepts

Halpern, Mark: Self-sacrifice Transcends Fear

Heindel, Max: The Vital Body  (37th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ's Ministry (cont.)

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 6)

Capricorn

D.F. - “Astrology: The Space Age Science” book review

Halley's Comet

A.F.: Medical Science Closer to Cure for Diabetes

Heindel, Max: Thoughts on Health

Frahme, Dagmar: Callie's Guardian Angel (Children’s story)

Folder 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 2-7, February 1969-July 1969Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No.2, February 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Rehm, Ann: Change: The Growth Factor

Lindeman, Christine: Joy and Soul Growth

Kurth, Virginia: Kindness

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 7)

Aquarius

Etruscan Harbor

D.F.: “Many Lifetimes” book review

Eggplant

Seaweed

Plastic lens

Frahme, Dagmar: Mortimer's Lesson (children’s story)

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 3, March 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Thoreau, Henry David: Thoughts from a Nature Lover

Ford, Mary: Nature Spirits and Nature Forces

Reinaecker, Victor: Life's Purpose

Lindeman, Christine: Our Service to Animals

Collins, Veda B.: A Boy and His Doves

Sammons, Louise: The Most Joyful Road to God

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (2nd Installment)

Heline, Corinne: The Parables of Christ's Ministry

E.B.: Astro-Philosophy Discusses Animal Experience

Pisces

Lemuria

D.F.: “Raccoons are the Brightest People” book review

J.B.L.: Vegetarian Diet for Dogs and Cats

Frahme, Dagmar: Mortimer's Lesson (children’s story)

Bartolot, Iris: Cat-Wise (poem)

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 4, April 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: The Verity of Resurrection

Rehm, Ann: That We May Have Life

Heline, Corinne: Ann Interpretation of Grail Origins

Lindeman, Christine: Guarding our Tongues

Heindel Max: The Symbol of the Egg

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body  (3rd Installment)

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 8)

Aries

Cytoplasmic RNA

D.F.: “Life Here and Hereafter” book review

Vegetarian

Frahme, Dagmar: The First Easter (children’s story)

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 5, May 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Paelian, Frances: The Symphony of Life

E.B.: Music, The Art of the Clairaudient

Heline, Corinne: Music: The Keynote of Human Evolution

Ford, Mary: Nature Spirits and Nature Forces

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (4th Installment)

Lorimer, Kent: Windows of the New Astronomy

Taurus

Earth's crust

Tucker, E. Hugh: The Kidneys and Their Importance

Frahme, Dagmar: Mary's Music Spirits (children’s story)

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 6, June 1969Add to your cart.

Contents:A.L.: Midsummer Festival

Heindel, Max: The Power of Thought

Glover, Elsa: The Occult Significance of Summer

Greenlee, Coy: Ever Higher (poem)

Nolton, Audria: The Light Within (poem)

Ballard, Grace: Within (poem)

Heline, Corinne: Mysteries of the Holy Grail (part 2)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (5th Installment)

E.L.S.: Vocational Astrology

Gemini

D.F.: “Prophecy in Our Time” book review

Mediumship

Armstrong, Lawrence: Iron – The Life-Giver

Frahme, Dagmar: Leopold, The Loquacious Leopard (children’s story)

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 7, July 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Wilkinson, Edith: As a Man Thinketh

Kurth, Virginia: Courage

Lindeman, Christine: On Being Resourceful

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (6th Installment)

Rosicrucian Mystery Schools

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ's Ministry

Pluto

Cancer (horoscope)

Coulomb's Law

D.F.: “The Fish” book review

Nutrition

Frahme, Dagmar: Leopold the Loquacious Leopard (children’s story)

Folder 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 8-12; Vol. 62 No. 1-2, August 1969-February 1970Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 8, August 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Barkhurst, Ann: Early Representatives of the Rose Cross

Crisp, J.E.: A New Commandment

Lindeman, Christine: The Aquarian Age

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (7th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ's Ministry

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 10)

Leo

Jupiter

D.F.: “The Language Barrier: Beasts and Men” book review

Donsbach, Kurt W.: Your Liver and Your Health

Frahme, Dagmar: The Littlest Hummingbird (part 1) (children’s story)

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 9, September 1969Add to your cart.

Contents:Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle (part 1)

Lindeman, Christine: In Pursuit of Inner Peace

D'Este, Patricia: Your Mind: Your Art Gallery

Leitner, Della A.: Forever Young (poem)

Lorimer, Kent: Evolution and the Desire World

Barkhurst, Ann: Early Representatives of the Rose Cross (part 2)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (8th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ's Ministry cont.

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy

Virgo

Mini moons

Akhenation

D.F.: “Unknown but Known” book review

Heindel, Max: The Wisdom of a Vegetarian Diet

Frahme, Dagmar: The Littlest Hummingbird (conclusion) (children’s story)

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine Vol. 61 No. 11, November 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: O'Neil, Shirleyann: The “Intimations Ode” and the Pre-existence of the Soul

Lindeman, Christine: The Case for Patience

Ford, Mary: Magnetism Mesmerism, and Odyle

Robbins, Sara: My Prayer (poem)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (10th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ’s Ministry

B.C.M.: Our Debt to the Moon

Scorpio

Mariner 7

D.F.: “The Mysterious Senses of the Animals” book review

Frahme, Dagmar: Sammy Takes a Trip (conclusion) (children’s story)

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 61 No. 12, December 1969Add to your cart.

Contents: Collins, Veda B.: The Christmas Dream (poem)

Sammons, Louise: God's Way of Loving Us

Glover, Elsa: The Body of Christ

Smith, Bess Foster: The Happiness Quotient

Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle (part 3)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body ( 11th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Parables of Christ's Ministry

Lorimer, Kent: Windows on the New Astronomy (part 12)

Sagittarius

Moonquakes

Archaeology

D.F.: “The Bears and I” book review

Indian tea

Frahme, Dagmar: The Christmas Present (children’s story)

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 1, January 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Rehm, Ann: The Evidence of Things Not Seen

Frahme, Dagmar: “Except Ye...Became as Little Children”

Barkhurst, Ann: The Celestial Hierarchies and Dionysius Areopagite

Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (12th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings

J.D.M.: Steps in the Scientific Readings of the Horoscope

Capricorn

Optimism

D.F.: “The Life of Margaret Fuller” book review

Fischer, Marga: The Loveliest Gift (children’s story)

The New Age Healer

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 2, February 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (13th Installment)

Heindel Max: Clairvoyance

Lindeman, Christine: Service by Example

Bishow, Thomas: Tales of a Hidden Mind

Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle (part 4)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings (cont.)

A.D.C.: Astrology and Natural Law

Aquarius

D.F. “Beyond the Reach of Sense” book review

Caring for dead

Frahme, Dagmar: Orville, The Singing Owl (part 2) (children’s story)

Folder 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 5-10, May-October 1970Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 5, May 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: O'Neill, Shirleyann: The Esoteric Thought of Maeterlinck (part 1)

Howie, A.J.: What Generation Gap?

Graves, Cora C.: The Power of Thought (poem)

Lorimer, Janice: Esoteric Symbolism in Sacred Art

Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (16th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings

A.L.: Planetary Octaves

Taurus

D.F.: “Mustang, the Forbidden Kingdom” book review

Chandler's Wobble and Moon's Origins

Heindel, Max: The Science of Nutrition (part 1)

Frahme, Dagmar: Cucumber Seeds (children’s story)

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays fron the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 6, June 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Lindeman, Christine: Playing with Fire

O'Neill, Shirleyann: The Esoteric Thought of Maeterlinck (part 2)

Boise, Paul G.: Time with God

Ford Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle (part 7)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (17th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings

M.H.: Rising Planets

Gemini

D.F.: “The Edge of the Unknown” book review

Heindel, Max: The Science of Nutrition (part 2)

Frahme, Dagmar: The Good Reader (children’s story)

Our origin

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No.7, July 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Lindeman, Christine: Selflessness and the Search for God

O'Neill, Shirleyann: The Esoteric Thought of Maeterlinck (part 3)

Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle (part 8)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (18th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings cont.

E.D.P.: Signs of the Zodiac (part 1)

Cancer (horoscope)

Foot pain

D.F.: “The Unexpected Universe” book review

Dupre, Diana: Natural Foods and Natural Medicines

Frahme, Dagmar: The Cord and the Nest (children’s story)

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 8, August 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Lindeman, Christine: The Contagion of Good Things

Ford, Mary: Magnetism, Mesmerism, and Odyle (conclusion)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (19th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings (cont.)

E.D.P.: Signs of the Zodiac (part 2)

Leo

Vampires

D.F.: “The Drama of the Lost Disciples” book review

Rebirth

Ellis, John M. Dr.: Results of Treating Rheumatism with Pyridoxine

Frahme, Dagmar: Frankie and the Plaster (children’s story)

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 9, September 1970Add to your cart.

Contents:Heindel, Max: Education for the New Age

Glover, Elsa: Cosmic Laws

Mileposts of Progress

Rehm, Ann: Steps of Fulfillment

Lindeman, Christine: Thought and Prayer

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (20th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings (cont.)

F.G.N.: Symbolism and Astrology

Virgo

P.Q. Test

D.S.: “The Great Lion of God” book review

Stellar rays

Iodine

Frahme, Dogmar: The thorn-Sharpener (part1) (children’s story)

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 10, October 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Kennington, Ida: A Prayer for Animals

Norman, Beth: A Dog's Prayer

Dupre, Diana: Vegetarianism: A Way of Life

Addington L.F.: King Fisher Repays Her Debt

St. Francis of Assisi

Wood, Virginia B.: Pedie – The Rock 'n Roll Sparrow

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (21st Installment)

Animal Consciousness

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings (cont.)

Z.L.M.: The Bible Story in the Stars: Virgo and Libra

Libra

D.F.: “Talking to Animals” book review

“The World of the Beaver”

Rabbit Hill

Earthworms

Stevens, Ernest J. Ph.D.: Plants Respond to Love

Frahme, Dagmar: The Thorn-Sharpener (part 2) (children’s story)

Folder 7: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 11; Vol. 63 No. 2-5, November 1970-May 1971Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 62 No. 11, November 1970Add to your cart.

Contents: Aquarian Age Bible

Lindeman, Christine: The Nature of True Freedom

Glover, Audrey: Joy!

Rehm, Ann: Building the Mind Body

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (22nd Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Christian Initiatory Teachings (cont.)

Z.L.M.: The Bible Story in the Stars: Scorpio and Sagittarius

Scorpio

D.F.: “The Cross and the Switchblade” book review

Pressman, Ralph, Ph.D.: Calcium: The Neglected Mineral (part 1)

Heindel, Max: General Causes of Disease (part 1)

Frahme, Dagmar: The Three Tasks (part 1) (children’s story)

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 2, February 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Lindeman, Christine: Observation and Spiritual Development

O'Neill, Shirleyann: Hermes Trismegistus: Mercurian Teacher (part 2)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (25th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry (cont.)

Z.L.M.: The Bible Story in the Stars: Taurus and Gemini

Aquarius

D.F.: “Breakthrough to Creativity” book review

Dupre, Diana: Another Look at Vitamin

Heindel, Max: Influence of Moon in Healing (conclusion)

Frahme, Dagmar: The Day Time Stood Still (children’s story)

Caring for Dead

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 3, March 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Invisible government

Sande, Gene: The Lost Adam: A quickening Spirit

Glover, Audrey: The Path of Peace

Roberts, Catherine: Parable of the Catalyst

O'Neill, Shirleyann: Hermes Trismegistus: Mercurian Teacher (part 3)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (26th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry

Z.L.M.: The Bible in the Stars, Cancer and Leo

Pisces

D.F.: “Animals You Will Never Forget” book review

Dupre, Diana: Understanding Low Blood Sugar

Plant proteins

Race Spirit of United States

Frahme Dagmar: Wrinkle's Adventure (part 1) (children’s story)

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 4, April 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Roberts, Catherine: The Message of Easter

Taylor, Helene: Awaiting the Day of Liberation

Sutton, Sylvia: God's Easter Present (poem)

Frahme, Dagmar: Humility

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (27th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry (cont.)

A.L.: The Sun: Light and Life of the World

L.S.I.: Fatalism and Astrology

Aries

D.F.: “A Flock of Lambs” book review

Solar fluid

Frahme, Dagmar: Wrinkle's Adventure (part 2) (children’s story)

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 5, May 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max: Woman's Role in the World

Sammons, Louise: Motherhood – The Madonna Image

Frahme, Dagmar: Spiritual Self-Sacrifice

Glover, Elsa: The School of Life

Smith, Bess Foster: The Mission of the Flowers

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (28th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry

A.L.: Mercury: Messenger of the Gods

E.M.B.: Saturn: Friend or Foe?

Taurus

D.F.: “Lone Woman” book review

Dupre, Diana: Herbal Preventatives and Remedies

Harvard Health Plan

Heline, Corinne: Prenatal Conditions

Fischer, Marga: The Dreaming Crystal-Spirits

Folder 8: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 6-11, June-November 1971Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No.6, June 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Rehm, Ann: Building Today for Tomorrow

Sachelli, Betty: God Within: Omnipresent

Roberts, Catherine: The Aura of our Service

O'Neill, Shirleyann: Hermes Trismegistus: Mercurian Teacher

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (29th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry (cont.)

L.W.F.: Astrology: Its Teachings and Ethics

Gemini

Death

D.F.: “My Father's House” book review

Life waves

Zodiac

Heline, Corinne: Prenatal Conditions (cont.)

Frahme, Dagmar: Gregory Grows up (part 1) (children’s story)

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 7, July 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Frahme, Dagmar: Renewing Our Minds

Ford, Mary: What Becomes of the Lucifers?

Roberts, Catherine: The Words of our Mouths

R.B.H.: Witnessing a Transition

Heindel, Max: The Desire body (30th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry (cont.)

J.D.M.: The Aspects

Cancer

Crime

D.F.: “The Greening of America” book review

Dupre, Diana, Organic Cosmetics

Cellulose waste

Protein

Cavities

Heline, Corinne: Prenatal Conditions (cont.)

Frahme, Dagmar: Gregory Grows Up (part 2) (children’s story)

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 9, September 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Taylor, Helene: The Holy Grail

Hilliard John: The Proofs of Rebirth

Lindeman, Christine: Psychic Research: A Status Report (part 1)

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (32nd Installment)

Attachment

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry

L.S.I.: Astrological Sketches from Life

Virgo

Jesus people

D.F.: “America the Beautiful” book review

Rebirth

Roberts, Catherine: Plough the Watery Deep

C.R.: The Healing Attitude (part 2)

Frahme, Dagmar: Butch and the King (part 1) (children’s story)

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 10, October 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Ford, Mary: Beings and Activities in the Desire World

Mendenhall, L.: The Presence

James, K. Wilson: Christianity: What it is and is Not

Smith, Bess Foster: Grandmother Teaches Math

Lindeman, Christine, “Psychic Research: A Status Report

Heindel, Max: The Desire body (33rd Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry (continued)

Libra

Mysticism Alarms Cleric

Mosquitoes repellent

D.F.: “Born Again – The Truth about Reincarnation”

Asteroids

Dupre, Diana: New Insight into Magnesium

Roberts, Catherine: Fulfilling the Conditions (part 1)

Frahme, Dagmar: Butch and the King (part 2) (children’s story)

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Fellowship Magazine (Rays from the Rose Cross) Vol. 63 No. 11, November 1971Add to your cart.

Contents: Heindel, Max:  The Creative Hierarchies

Corot, William: Learning Through Observation

Glover, Elsa M.: Methods of Searching for Truth

Roberts, Catherine: The Fruitful Word

Debner, Michael: Generic Difference

Heindel, Max: The Desire Body (34th Installment)

Heline, Corinne: Crowning Works of the Ministry (cont.)

Scorpio

D.F.: “What Happens When You Die?” book review

Jesus Birth

Stellium

Soybean food

Roberts, Catherine: Fulfilling the Conditions (part 2)

Frahme, Dagmar: The Extraordinary Mushroom (children’s story)

Folder 9: The Rosicrucian Magazine, July 1931; June 1932; September-November 1932;Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Rosicrucian Magazine (Rays from the Rose-Cross) Vol. 23 No. 7, July 1931Add to your cart.

Contents: William Dudley Pelley

Shirley, Ernestine Fraser: The Tale of Pierre La Fonne (poem)

Heindel, Max

Reiser, Oliver L.: The New Alchemy

Paciello, Senor Antonio: Why Many Spiritual Orders Fail

Heindel, Max: Has the “Cosmo” failed?

Cramer, Arline D.: The Evolution of the Human Mind

Anderson, A.M.: A Graveyard Phenomenon

McIntyre, S.: The Two Worlds (concluded)

Dunklee, Corinne S., Esoteric Bible Studies

Booth, Evangeline: What “Short Memories”

Kleiser, Grenville: The optimist (poem)

Howard Wookey

Sugar

Aluminum

Departed spirits

Conner, Isabel Cary: Do the Stars Influence Us?

Kemp, Harry: Blind (poem)

Cancer, Douglas H.

Oeblecker, Max: The Wedding of the Snowflake and the Coal

Trilikeker, R.G.: Healing by the Invisible Helpers

Vegetarianism

Elois Jenssen

Gladys Rivington

Book 2: The Rosicrucian Magazine Vol. 24 No. 6, June 1932Add to your cart.

Contents: Savage, A.T.: The Christian Mystery

Heindel, Max: Matter Vs. Spirit

Coleridge: A Word of God (poem)

Price, P.A.: The Darkness

Cramer, Arline D.: The Roses on the Cross

Hands, Agnes: Physical and Occult Science Meet

Heindel, Max: Polishing the Diamond

Malone, Walter: Opportunity (poem)

Dunklee, Corinne S.: Interpretation of Ancient Myths

Coffin, Helen Lockwood: Color-Blind (concluded)

Split atom

Atlantism

Brazil Indians

Adams, Edward: Some Guiding Principles of Astrology

Gemini

Alcohol

Bryan, Dr. Gerald B.: Self-Poisoning

Barclay, Betty: Serve Them Right

Little Brown Babies

Elois Janssen

Book 3: The Rosicrucian Magazine Vol. 24 No. 6, June 1932Add to your cart.

Contents: Savage, A.T.: The Christian Mystery

Heindel, Max: Matter Vs. Spirit

Coleridge: A Word of God (poem)

Price, P.A.: The Darkness

Cramer, Arline D.: The Roses on the Cross

Hands, Agnes: Physical and Occult Science Meet

Heindel, Max: Polishing the Diamond

Malone, Walter: Opportunity (poem)

Dunklee, Corinne S.: Interpretation of Ancient Myths

Coffin, Helen Lockwood: Color-Blind (concluded)

Split atom

Atlantism

Brazil Indians

Adams, Edward: Some Guiding Principles of Astrology

Gemini

Alcohol

Bryan, Dr. Gerald B.: Self-Poisoning

Barclay, Betty: Serve Them Right

Little Brown Babies

Elois Janssen

Book 4: The Rosicrucian Magazine Vol. 24 No. 9, September 1932Add to your cart.

Contents: Cramer, Arline: Whispers

Wheeler, Marie: The Priceless Gift

McLaren, Mrs. F.V.: The XXIII Psalm

Guiott, Mrs. Karl: Remembrance Antedating Birth

Ritchie, Clyde: Through the Gates

Clem, Felicia B.: Eyes That See Not

Dunklee, Corinne S.: The Bible and Mythology

C.S.D.: The Lily of the Valley

Lindanger, Alfa: The Planet Neptune

Gilman, Isabel Ambler: Saturn

Bering, S.: Relativity in Astrology

Trinsey, Bernard B.: Cycles

B.G.D.J.: Astrological Delineation

Incense

Capital punishment

Workman, Rona Elizabeth: With Mary Ellen through the Ages

Trott, Mabel: Bright Accidents

J.A.B. M.D.: The Law of Health

Follansbee, Margaret: Fruit Values

Book 5: The Rosicrucian Magazine Vol. 24 No. 10, October 1932Add to your cart.

Contents: Rhodes, Isabella: The Symbols of the Circle and the Cross

McCaffery, Ellen Conroy: Dante-Profoundest of Psychologists

Dunklee, Corinne S.: The Bible and Mythology

Trinsey, Bernard B.: Supplications

C.S.D.: The Language of Flowers

Tutankhamen’s wife

Rosicrucian symbols

Libra

Dunklee, Corinne S.: The Autumnal Equinox

Wise, Nell E.: Salutations

Swainson, Esme: Astrological Delineations

Callaway, Dorothy: Lilies and Light

Glyn, Elinor

Workman, Rona Elizabeth: With Mary Ellen through the Ages

Dickson, Elizabeth Barbour: Poems

Joseph Darrow

Book 6: The Rosicrucian Magazine Vol. 24 No. 11, November 1932Add to your cart.

Contents: Taylor, Samuel: The Seemly Side of Unemployment

M.E.S.: Jewels

Trinsey, Bernard B.: When I Return

McCaffery, Ellen Conroy: Dante-Greatest of Astrologers

Dunklee, Corinne S.: The Bible and Mythology

Callaway, Dorothy: To Cast No Stones

Dunklee, Corinne S.: The Language of Flowers

Heindel, Max: Rose Petals

Scorpio

Davis, Josephine M.: Panorama of the Zodiac

Geibler, Nora B.: An Astrological Delineations

Holy Trinity

Rebirth

Workman, Rona Elizabeth: With Mary Ellen through the Ages

Folder 10: Sage Woman, Autumn 1999 – Spring 2000Add to your cart.
Book 1: Sage Woman – Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman / Solitary Spirituality / Issue #47, Autumn 1999Add to your cart.

Contents:

Finding the Gold Within by Meg Beeler

Backcountry Permit by Sue Spirit

None of us are alone by Tammy Kelly

Living Quietly with the Goddess by Betula

Coloring Outside the Lines by Leona Reber

Mediation in Motion by Belinda G. Ashley

Make your own Religion by Gail Wood

Alone by Kimberly Isakson

She is By Leona Reber

Thanksgiving by Mary McKensie

Living the Dream: Letter from the Editor by Anne Newkirk Niven

One of Ten Thousand: Goddess Lore and Ritual – The Goddess who walks alone by Diana Paxson

The Cauldron of changes transformational and practical magic by DeAnna Alba

Sacred Herbs – Gifts from the and by Susan Weed

Two of Air: Vision of Transformation by Lunaea Weatherstone and Mary Scarlett Amaris

Crone Eyes, Crone Heart: Inner Journeys & Outer Realities by Ann Kreilkamp

The Serpentine Path: Thealogy for a New Way of being by Carol Christ

Over the Bridge: Further Explorations by Elizabeth Barrette

A Sacred Place: Embraced the Natural World by Joanna Powell Colbert

Cycles and Season: Lunar Cycles and Earth Wisdom by Susan Levitt

Time to Celebrate: Holidays and Holy Days from around the world by Waverly Fitzgerald

Sentence: This is about the glorification of women through spirituality.

Book 2: Sage Women – Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman / Magic in the New Millennium / Issue #48, Winter 1999-2000Add to your cart.

Contents:

These are the Gifts by Freya Anderson, PHD

Forsaking Wicca? By Dilys Dana Pierson

State of our Union by Tamalyn Kelly

Sisters of the Long Dance by Eldonna Bouton

Our Lady of Guaduloupe, Be here now by Suzan Stone Sierralupe

Magic in the New Millennium? By Wendy Hunter-Roberts

The Priestess of Avalon by Diana Paxson

If we don’t turn the wheel, it will not turn by Kathryn Hinds

Living the Dream: Letter from the Editor by Anne Newkirk Nelson

One of ten thousand: Goddess Lore and Ritual Lore is stronger than Death: The Myth of Mary Magdalene by Lesa Whyte

Sacred Herbs – Gifts from the land by Susan Weed

Two of air: Visions of Transformation by Lunaea Weatherstone and Mary Scarlett Amaris

Crone Eyes, Crone Heart: Inner Journeys & Outer Realities by Ann Kreilkamp

The Serpentine Path: Thealogy for a new way of being by Carol Christ

Over the Bridge: Further Explorations by Elizabeth Barrette

A Sacred Place: Embracing the Natural World by Joanna Powell Colbert

Cycles and Seasons: Lunar Cycles and Earth Wisdom by Susan Levitt

Time to Celebrate: Holidays from around the world by Waverly Fitzgerald

Sentence: This is about Paganism amongst ranks of women.

Book 3: Sage Woman – Celebrating the Goddess in Every Women / Welcoming Abundance / Issue #49, Spring 2000Add to your cart.

Contents:

Reading the Grinds: Magic in Coffee and Black leather by Kanta Bosniak

The lady of the lake by Catherine Clare

Mother of Animals by Linda Marshall

Living in the House of Haboudia by Denise Dumars

The Red Dress by Lynn Marhe Helvey

Tarot and Abundance: What do the Lards say? By Anita-Leah Samul

Living the Dream: Letter from the Editor by Anne Newkirk Niven

One of Ten Thousand: Goddess Lore & Ritual – Laksmi: Lady of Fortune by Diana Paxson

The Enchanted Kitchen: Recipes for Magic and Devotion by Linda Ledbetter

Sacred Herbs Gifts from the land by Susan Weed

Two of Air: Visions of Transformation by Lunaea Weatherstone and Mary Scarlett Amaris

Crone Eyes, Crone Heart: Inner Journeys & Outer Realities by Ann Kreilkamp

The Serpentine Path: Thealogy for a new way of being by Carol Christ

Over the Bridge: Further Explorations by Elizabeth Barrette

A Sacred Place: Embracing the Natural World by Joanna Powell Colbert

Cycles and Seasons: Lunar Cycles and Earth Wisdom by Susan Levitt

Time to Celebrate: Holidays and Holy Days from around the world by Waverly Fitzgerald

Sentence: This is about Pagan mystic rituals.

Folder 11: Sage Woman, Summer 2001 – Autumn 2014Add to your cart.
Book 1: Sage Woman – Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman / Peace & Power / Issue #54, Summer 2001Add to your cart.

Contents:

Finding Peace in a Precarious World by Denise Brown

Healing in the Temple of Kannon-Sama by Meg L. Billings

Goddess Gifts by Elizabeth Simson

Whole by Sallie Bingham

Victim No More: Moving From Fear to Power by Leni Austine

Reclaim Your Power – And Find your Inner Peace, Tool! By Lady Moondance

Re-imagining: Creating Communities of Peace and Justice by Judith Lynn

Sacred Space by Kanta Bosniak

Genesis by Julia Mitchel Corbett

Living the Dream: Letter from the Editor by Anne Newkirk Niven

One of the Ten Thousand: Kuan Yin: Goddess of Compassion by Diana Paxson

The Enchanted Kitchen: Recipes for Magic and Devotion by Linda Ledbetter

Sacred Herbs: Gifts from the land by Susan Weed

Tending the Flame: Solitary Spirituality by Lunaea Weatherstone

Crone Eyes, Crone Heart: Inner Journeys & Outer Realities by Ann KreilKamp

The Serpentine Path by Carol Christ     

Over the Bridge: Further Explorations on the Pagan Path by Elizabeth Barrette

A Sacred Place: Embracing the Natural World by Joanna Powell Colbert

Cycles and Seasons: Lunar Cycles and Earth Wisdom by Susan Levitt

Time to Celebrate: Holidays and Holy Days by Waverly Fitzgerald

Sentence: This is about Pagan Feminism working towards “reclaiming our power”.

Book 2: Sage Women – Celebrating the Goddess in Every Woman / Sisterhood / Issue #61, Spring 2003Add to your cart.

Contents:

Sister Tribe by Loba

Soul Sisters: Tending to the Needs of our spirits by Pythia Peay

The Face in the Mirror by Martha Senn Rubenstein

Finding Myself in the Embrace of my sisters by Dawn Marie Hecht and Jamie Wood

The Reflecting Bowl of Sisterhood by Carolyn Lee Boyd

How Can We be Sisters? E-stories from SageWoman Readers

Building our Community: A Conversation with Jade – Interview by Laura Varela

Sacred Sisters by Virginia H. McKinnie

Sistahood as a solidarity by Meri Tahset

Great Mother’s Spirit Pot by Patricia Ljutic

Each Step is a Power by Deborah Ramos

Living the Dream: Letter from the Editor by Anne Newkirk Niven

One of Ten Thousand: The Norns: Three Weird Sisters by Diana Paxson

The Enchanted Kitchen: Recipes for Magic and Devotion by Linda Ledbetter

Herbal Adventures: Gifts from the land by Susan Weed

Tending the Flame: Solitary Spirituality by Lunaea Weatherstone

Crone Eyes, Crone Heart: Inner Journeys, Outer Realities by Ann KreilKamp

Astro Blessings – Astrology for Positive Living by Bee Smith

A Serpentine Path by Carol P. Christ

Ase! At the Crossroads by Stephanie Rose Bird

Sentence: This has to do with spirituality and the bond between women.

Book 3: Sage Woman – Celebrating the Goddress in Every Woman / Truth & Beauty / Issue #65, Autumn 2004Add to your cart.

Contents:

Finding my Beauty Way by Webweaver

Masks of the Goddess by Lauren Raine

Under a Plum Red Sun by Helen Patrice

Calligraphy Lessons by Kela Vaeltaja

From Aphrodite to Hecate by Charlotte Andrews

On Becoming a Juicy Crone – Interview by Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen

Living the Dream by Anne Newkirk Niven

One of ten thousand: The Boom by Stephanie Rose Bird

Herbal Adventures by Susan Weed

Crone Eyes, Crone Heart by Anne KreilKamp

Astro Blessings by Bee Smith

A Serpentine Path by Carol P. Christ

Ase! At the Crossroads by Stephanie Rose Bird

Time to Celebrate by Waverly Fitzgerald

Sisters of the Earth by Cristina Eisenberg

Goddess Muse by Anne Markel

Sacred Self Care by Valzora Spiggs

Sweet Medicine Stories by Loba

Sentence: This is about the ideology of being true to one’s self in a brotherhood of sorts.

Folder 12: Scientific American Vol. 266, #3, March 1992Add to your cart.

Contents:

Building a Market Economy in Poland by Jeffrey Sachs

The Patch Clamp Technique by Erwin Neher and Bert Sakmann

Textures and Cosmic Structure by David N. Spergel and Neil G. Turok

Why Aromatic Compounds are Stable by Jun-ichi Aihara

Spider Webs Silks by Fritz Vollrath

Infrared Video Cameras

The Gundestrup Cauldron by Timothy Taylor

Catching the Wave by Russell Ruthen, Staff Writer

Sentence: This includes a variety of different studies of the time such as explaining the “clumpy structure of the universe”, light beams relation to a gravity waves, and spider silks.

Folder 13: Seeds Savers Exchange, 2013-2015Add to your cart.
Sentence: This is a seed catalogue.
Book 1: Seeds Savers Exchange / Heirloom and Open-Pollinated Seeds and Looking Bean, Fall 2013Add to your cart.
Book 2: Seed Savers Exchange / Heirloom, Non – Hybrid, Untreated, Non-GMO Seeds, 2015Add to your cart.
Book 3: Seed Savers Exchange / 2015 Catalog of Heirloom, Untreated, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO Seeds, 2015Add to your cart.
Folder 14: The Sistrum / Official Instrument of the Hermetic and Alchemical Order of QBLH / Vol. 1, #1, Summer Solstice, 1998Add to your cart.

Contents:

Tribute to Frater Damon by Soror Tala

Frater Damon & QBLH Archives

The Adventures of Frater Damon by Frater Ayish

The Sistrum and the Law of six by Soror Tala

Baph-Metis: Birthing the second child of Metis by Linda Falorio

Will by Frater A.D.

The Many Greek Meanings of Thela & Agape by Varoni Ourania

Of Time and Magical Intent: Part I by Soror Kalah

Special Feature Sections: The English Qaballa

A Hidden Key by Frater D.P.A

The Mystery of 418 and the Four Gates by Frater Alav

The Discovery of the Ciphers of Nu by Soror Ishtaria

A Suggestive Thelemic Star Experiment by Frater VSP

The Magical Child Revisited by Bishop T Allen Greenfield

The 11 Star-Store Temple working by Frater Alon

Metonoia: The art of changing your mind by Frater Expens

Simple as Pi by Frater Teva

The Uncomplicated Gnostic by Renee Ramsey

Avatar Search: Search Engine of the Occult Internet

The Avatar Search Community Survey

Sentence: The Sistrum is a collection of Heretic and Alchemical ideologies being discussed.

Folder 15: Society of Ley Hunters, 2004-2006Add to your cart.
Book 1: Society of Ley Hunters Newsletter / #12, November 2004Add to your cart.

Contents:

A New Line on the Ley? By John Billingsley

Strange Scenes from Texas by Debbie Hearn and Sarah Parker

Lives on the landscape, circles from the sky by Trevor Garnham

The lands end peninsula (west Penwith Cornwall Alignments) by Roy Cox

Sentence: This is a collection of different Pagan stories.

Book 2: The Society of Ley Hunters Newsletter / #13, February 2005Add to your cart.

Contents:

A New Straight Line From the Late Bronze Age in Germany by Ulrich Magin

A Sacrificed Girl – Trefignath Burial Chamber by Ursula Dinkgrafe

City of Stones by Jimmy Goddard

Ley of St. Marys – Norfolk by Rod & Ruth Chapman

2005 Earth Mysteries Events by Peter Knight

The Society of Ley Hunters Springtime Convention 2005

“The Ley Hunter Companion”, by Paul Devereux & Ian Thompson, London 1978

Sentence: This is a newsletter updating events and principles of the Society of Ley Hunters

Book 3: The Society of Ley Hunters Newletters / #14, June 2005Add to your cart.

Contents:

Saint Mary’s Church in Shrewbury by the Rev. Dr. S. Sheppard

Phillip Clapham

The Royston and Barley Springtime Convention, 26th & 27th of March 2008 by A. Hyde

Ubiquitous Nodes by Gordon Harris

The Old Straight Circle by Ray Parkes

The Puddingstone Trackway & Glacial Erratic by Tony Charlton

Society of Ley Hunters Minutes and Society Reports

Sentence: This is a collection of stories along with Ley Hunter Society reports and club minutes.

Book 4: The Society of Ley Hunters Newsletter / #15, August 2005Add to your cart.

Contents:

Hidden Stones at Knowlton Circle by Paul Craddock

Incised Stones in Preseli by Sarah Brown

The Lance of Light by Laurence Main

Sentence: These are a sum of articles collected in this newsletter.

Book 5: Society of Ley Hunters Newsletter / #17, February 2006Add to your cart.
Sentence: This is a booklet with random articles about mystical sites.
Book 6: Society of Ley Hunters NewsletterAdd to your cart.

Contents:

Druids Flock to Worship in Park by Gloucestershire Echo

Mummified bodies pickled in bog water by Maev Kennedy

Centaurs applared after copulation between humans and animals

Ancient skeletons with belongings unearthed from dolmen in Gilan

Britain’s ancient sites destroyed by agriculture by Maev Kennedy

Farming endanger prehistoric roads by Norman Hammond

Walker discovers 5000-year-old log path on moor: Find to shed new light on Neolithic man by Emma Dunlop

Yorkshire Team find ancient road by Emma Dunlop

A Summer Solstice Sunset Ley by Laurence Main

Sentence: This newsletter has to do with ancient sites relating to older civilization coinciding with popular pagan beliefs and stories.

Folder 16: SoulFire, 2005Add to your cart.
Sentence: This is a comic book.
Book 1: SouFire – Dying of the Light / Vol. 1, Issue 0, August 2005Add to your cart.
Book 2: SoulFire – Dying in the Light / Vol. 1, Issue 1, September 2005Add to your cart.
Book 3: SoulFire – Dying of the Light / Vol. 1, Issue 2, October 2005Add to your cart.
Book 4: SoulFire – Dying of the Light / Vol. 1, Issue 5, October 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Tea PartyAdd to your cart.

Contents:

To Our Readers by Denis Mewbourne

Afternoon Tea with the Mad Hatter: Banana Bread by David T. Pang

Interview with Starhawk by Denise Mewbourne

California’s Dark Mother by The Arthur Wright

Deaf With a Capital “D”: Language, Culture and Identity by Susan Schaller

Voice from the Street: Sailor Armstrong

Indeterminate Sentence by Destini Marsedich

Storytelling Tea Party by Patricia Bulitt

Salome: Story of a Tupamaro Revolutionary (novel exerpt) by Culebra Robertis

Life in a cube by Kathryn Fischer

Adolf’s mother imagines the future by Susan Terris

Cuando Ganomo’s (when we win) by Tomas Riley

Tearer by Leticia Hernandez – Linares

White Blindness by Pireeni Sundarilingam

Featured Poet: Maya Khosla

Prometheus Interprets Talmud While Dying in the Rest Home by Stephanie JT Russell

Soul from the asshole by Robert Karimi

The man by Stephan Gyllenhaal

Getting Tattooed the Hard Way by Susan Terris

The Dust by Destinni Marsedich

Proofs by Ijeoma Chique Thomas

For the Blind Man who robbed a Bank by Julia Vinograd

Blessing (for my daughter) by Adele Ne Jame

Isabel Samaras: Artist Profile

Caspar Banjor: Artist Profile

Deaf Scares, I am Fish, and a Bird is Free by Tracy Salaway

Sentence: These are artistic viewpoints that show different arts and literary works.

Folder 18: The Temple Artisan, Aug. 1929 – July 1950Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Temple Artisan / Vol. XXX, Nos. 3, 4, August – September, 1929Add to your cart.

Contents:

Stand

Immortality

The Thirteenth Annual Convention of Temple Members

Sunday Morning Meeting

Sunday Afternoon Session

Sunday Evening Session

Monday Sessions

Tuesday Sessions

Wednesday Sessions

Thursday

Friday Sessions

Saturday Sessions

Sunday Sessions

Greetings to Convention

The Temple Stands

Sentence: This is an accumulation of daily sessions regarding mysticism, occultism, and ethics.

Book 2: The Temple Artisan / Vol. XXXIV, Numbers 11, 12, April – May, 1934Add to your cart.

Contents:

Renunciation

Editorial Mirror

Steadily On

The Crime of Separateness [T.T. No. 270]

The Gates of Shila, The Seven Portals

Blavatsky Department

The Search for God [T.T. No. 271]

The Path to Discipleship

Temple Activities and Notices

This has to do with theosophy, mysticism, occultism, science, and ethics.

Sentence: This booklet discusses theosophy, mysticism, occultism, science, and ethics.

Book 3: The Temple Artisan / Vol. XLII, Nos. 5, 6, October – November, 1941Add to your cart.

Contents:

Helios

Christmas

Forty-third Anniversary of the Founding of the Temple of the People

His Coming T.T. No. 103

Report of the Forty-Second Temple Convention (Concluded)

Occultism for Beginners, II, XVIII

Temple Builders Department:

Christmas Story

Christmas Bells, Poem

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This has to do with information regarding Temple activities and anniversaries.

Book 4: The Temple Artisan / Vol. XLII, Nos. 11, 12, April – May, 1942Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Path to Glory

The New Star

Editorial Mirror

The Horse of Fire

The War of Armageddon, T.T. No. 79

From Interview with Master Hilarion, June 13, 1899, ‘Sound of Akasha’

Blavatsky Department

Occulticism for Beginner, II, XXIII; XXIV

Temple Builders

Love ye one another

Building the Temple (Poem)

In Memoriam

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This has to do with religious duties/stories.

Book 5: The Temple Artisan / Vol. XLVII, Nos. 9, 10, February – March, 1947Add to your cart.

Contents:

Thy Bonds

Editorial Mirror

The Central Flame

The Purpose of Life, T.T. No. 159

Let there be Light, T.T. No. 64

The Real Mission of the Temple

The Avataric Mantram

Invocation

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This is about bonds amongst one another and religious renewal.

Book 6: The Temple Artisan / Vol. XLIX, Nos. 1, 2, June – July, 1948Add to your cart.

Contents:

Steadily On

Editorial Mirror

Symposium on White Lotus Day

Blavatsky Department

In Memoriam

Activities and Notes

The Forty-Ninth Annual Temple Convention

Sentence: This is about the ongoing struggles of faith.

Book 7: The Temple Artisan / Vol. L, Nos. 11, 12, April – May, 1950Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Mills of God

Editorial Mirror

The Path is Hard

Stand to your Colors

Group Responsibility, T.T. No. 235

The Avataric Mantram

Mental Mirrors, T.T. No. 237

The Law and the Redeemer

Temple Builders Dpt.

Iroquois Lore

What is Music?

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This has to do with increasing your faith ad strengthening your resolve.

Book 8: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LI, Nos. 1, 2, June – July, 1950Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Infinitely Small

Editorial Mirror

Chosen

The power of little things, TT. No. 240

Life Waves, TT. No. 242

Read, Ponder, and Search

The Web and the Weaver

Iroquois Lore

What is Music? I.L. Rice

Temple Builder Dpt.

The Avataric Mantram

In Memoriam

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This has to do with what the power of unity can accomplish.

Folder 19: The Temple Artisan, Dec 1950 – Feb 1953Add to your cart.
Book 1: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LI. Nos. 7, 8, December, 1950 – January, 1951Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Christman Rhythm

New Year

Christmas

A Christmas Prayer

The of Mercy

Preparedness, TT. No. 137

The War of Armageddon, TT. No. 79

Interralation, Interpenetration and Correlation of Matter, TT. No. 209

Blavatsky Department

What is Music? By I.L. Rice

Iroquois Lore

Temple Activities and Notices

The Helping Hand

Christ’s Day

Sentence: This issue explores the faith and different variants of religious events that have occurred.

Book 2: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LIII, Nos. 9, 10, February – March, 1953Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Law Fulfilled

Editorial Mirror

The Little Things

Soul Memory, TT. Lesson 146

From the Master, TT. Lesson 260

The Tell – Tale Picture Gallery

What is Music. B.I.L. Rice, Conclusion

The Voice of the One Reality

The Temple

The Christ Within All

The Avataric Mantram

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This implores the reader to see different aspects of religion.

Book 3: The Temple Artisan / LIII, No. 9, 10, February – March, 1953Add to your cart.

Contents:

The Law Fulfilled

Editorial Mirror

The Little Things

Soul Memory, TT. Lesson 146

From the Master, TT. Lesson 260

The Tell – Tale Picture Gallery

What is Music. B.I.L. Rice, Conclusion

The Voice of the One Reality

The Temple

The Christ Within All

The Avataric Mantram

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This implores the reader to see different aspects of religion.

Book 4: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LV, Nos. 5, 6, October – November, 1954Add to your cart.

Contents:

Proceddings of the Fifty-fifth Annual Convention of The Temple of the People (Conclusion of Report) Halcyon, California – August 1 to 4, 1954

Sentence: This is the proceeding of the 55th Annual Convention of the Temple.

Book 5: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LV, Nos. 11, 12, April – May, 1955Add to your cart.

Contents:

Thus Saith the King

Editorial Mirror

Come Thou, With Me

The Seed of Life, TT, Lesson 225

Unselfish Love, TT. Lesson 16

Blavatsky Department

Inner Light on the Bible

Mine Enemy

Temple Builders Department

Avataris Mantram

In Memoriam

When Life is Done

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This is another journal discussing the Temple’s philosophy and principles of religion.

Book 6: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LVII, Nos. 7, 8, December, 1956 – January 1957Add to your cart.

Contents:

Love’s own Eternal Self

Editorial Mirror

The Coming of the Avatar

The Old and the New

The Divine Voice

The Upper Room

The Human Race, TT No. 111

The Force of Lincoln

Blavatsky Department

Inner Light on the Bible

Occult Studies in Mythology

Temple Builders Department

Christmas

In Memoriam

Temple Activities and Notice

The Helping Hand

Sentence: This is another journal imploring the sense of religion.

Book 7: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LX, Nos. 7, 8, 9, December, 1959, January, February 1960Add to your cart.

Contents:

Love Divine

Editorial Mirror

The Temple of Divine Intuition

In his Presence

Psychic Forces

The Heights Supernal

The Wave of Psychism

Jewels of Light

Temple Study Course

The Avatar

Temple Builders Department

In Memoriam

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This journal discusses the different sites and topics of the Temple and Religion.

Book 8: The Temple Artisan / Vol. LXIII, Nos. 7, 8, 9,, December 1962, January, February, 1963Add to your cart.

Contents:

Love’s Bridge

Editorial Mirror

The Way of Fulfillment

A Symbol

Meditations

The Principles of The Temple of the People

Temple Study Course – Metaphysics, Part VI.

The Philosophy of Life, The Art of Living and the Wisdom of Life, Part II.

Doorways Inwards (Conclusion)

Temple Activities and Notices

Sentence: This is a journal that bring forth an idea of symbolism and meditation to The Temple.

Folder 20: Time – The Occult Revival / Satan Returns, June 19, 1972Add to your cart.

Contents: The Occult: A Substitute Faith

Sentence: This explains satanic rites and illustrates some satanic rituals along with defining what they represent.

Folder 21: Two Worlds, December 1960Add to your cart.
Sentence: This is a monthly magazine featuring spiritualism and the supernormal.
Folder 22: Wiccan Rede Vol. 6, 110.4., Winter 1985Add to your cart.

Contents:

Editorial

Momento mori deel II by Jana

Pagan Parenting by Merlin

Witch Hunt, A Comment

Books & News

Notities deel II by Kees

Celebrating Solstice by Jade & Falcon

The Ankh & Pentagram by Morgana

Candlemas by Amber K.

Invitation to Bride by Beket-Asar

Sentence: This is a pamphlet elaborating on different Pagan beliefs and records.

Folder 23: Witchcraft Digest No. 2, 1972Add to your cart.

Contents:

Witches Groups fight for their civil rights by Carole Keyes

Who’s a witch? By Dr. Leo Louis Martello

How Triple Aspects affects high priestess by Kay Smith & Hermes

Wicca Witch

Black Mass by Dr. Leo Louis Martello

A Handful of moonbeans by Bonnie Sherlock

Origin of May Day Celebrations by Patricia Crowther

Maddalena, Rare Photo, Confidente of C.G. Leland, Arcadia

A Prayer for the craft Neophyte by Victor H. Anderson

Tools of the Craft by Deric James

The Occult Conceit: Common Sense? Book Review by Siobhan

Matsu: She claims waves & cures sicks by Chen Ying-Chieh

Brooklyn Heights Church hosts witchcraft seminars

National witchcraft congress at Spanish Resort

Sentence: This is a magazine regarding different aspects of witch culture.

Folder 24: Witch Eye: A Zine of Fen Uprisings #8, 2003Add to your cart.

Contents:

The names of our tradition by Tom Johnson

The Wands of the Feri Tradition by Anaar

Swapping Shadows by Jim Schutte

Is Feri an Eclectic System or a Tradition? By Willow Moon

The Athame, or Knife with the Black Handle by Tom Johnson

To Dispel a Curse by Storm Faerywolf

Hottie Surfer Boys by Thom Fowler

The Ecstacy of Self-Possession by Thom Fowler

Awen by the Pitch Black Witch

Wintertide Approaches by T. Thom Coyle

Sisters of the Cauldron, by the Pitch Black Witch

Initiatory by Oberyn Solis

Event Horizon by Oberyn Solis

Days by Comelia Benavidez

Witch Eye for the Christian Guy by the Fab Feri

Forest Altar by Rhea Shemazi

Lustful Creation by Brian Doak

Sentence: This is a collection of different mystical stories circling a central theme of magic and myth.

Folder 25: SYZYGY: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture, 1992Add to your cart.
Book 1: SYZYGY: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture [Volume 1: Number 1], Winter 1992Add to your cart.

Articles:

"European Receptivity to the New Religions" / J Gordon Melton. Subjects: New Age movement--United States; Cults-United States; New Age movement--Europe; Cults--Europe

"The Utopian Vision of Christiania" / Elizabeth Mackenzie. Subjects: Cults--Denmark; Christiania (Copenhagen, Denmark); Utopias

"Drop City: Historical Notes on the Pioneer Hippie Commune" / Timothy Miller. Subjects: Drop City (Colo. : Commune); Collective settlements--Colorado

"Social Factors in the Failure of New Religious Movements: A Case Study Using Stark’s Success Model" / Phillip Lucas. Subjects: Cults--Case studies; Christ the Savior Brotherhood

"From British-Israelism to Christianity Identity: The Evolution of White Supremacist Religious Doctrine "/ Michael Barkun. Subjects: Anglo-Israelism; Christian Identity (Sect); White supremacy movements

"UFO Contactee Phonomena from a Sociopsychological Perspective: A Review" / John A. Saliba. Subjects: Human-alien encounters--Psychological aspects

Book Reviews:

Holy Madness: The Shock Tactics and Radical Teachings of Crazy-Wise Adepts, Holy Fools, and Rascal Gurus by Georg Feuerstein / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

Waiting for the Martial Express: Cosmic Visitors, Earth Warriors, Luminous Dreams by Richard Grossinger / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

Nature Religion in America from from the Algonkian Indians to the New Age by Catherine L. Albanese / Reviewed by Maureen Korp

Brothers Unite: An Account of the Uniting of Eberhard Arnold and the Rhön Bruderhof with the Hutterian Church by Hutterian Brethren / Reviewed by Yaacov Oved

Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and Skolaskin by Robert H. Ruby and John A. Brown / Reviewed by Charles P. LeWarne

Radical Christian Communities by Thomas P. Rausch / Reviewed by Christiana M. Lemieux

In Pursuit of Sata: The Police and the Occult by Robert D. Hicks / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

The Politics of Righteousness: Idaho Christian Patriotism by James A. Aho / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

Pilgrimage of Faith by Collen Ryan / Reviewed by James T. Mathieu

Behind the Mask of Innocence by Kevin Brownlee / Reviewed by Peggy Ann Brown

New Age Encyclopedia by J. Gordon Melton, et al. / Reviewed by Christel Manning

New Age Almanac by J. Gordon Melton, et al. / Reviewed by Christel Manning

Book 2: SYZYGY: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture [Volume 1: Numbers 2-3], Spring/Summer 1992Add to your cart.

Articles:

“Arcana Arcanorum: Cagliostro’s Legacy in Contemporary Magical Movements” / by Massimo Introvigne. Subjects: Cagliostro, Alessandro, conte di, 1743-1795; Occultism--Europe--18th century

“The World of Meaning of Urban Religious Communalists” / by William L. Smith. Subjects: Collective settlements--Illinois--Chicago

“The New Age Movement in Great Britain” / by Michael York. Subjects: New Age movement--Great Britain

“Space magic, Techno-animism and the Cult of the Goddess in a Southern California UFO Contactee Group: A Case Study of Millenarianism” / by R. George Kirkpatrick and Diana Tumminia. Subjects: Unarius Academy of Science; Cults--California--El Cajon; Millenarianism

“‘Poisonous Tenets’: Religious Insanity in Nineteenth Century Anglo-American Medical Theory” / by James R. Lewis. Subjects: Enthusiasm--Religious aspects; Medicine--Religious aspects; Religious fanaticism--United States

Book Reviews:

New Religions and the Theological Imagination in America by Mary Farrell Bednarowski / Reviewed by Catherine Wessinger

Magic and the Western Mind by Gareth Knight / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

20th Century Magic and the Old Religion: Dion Fortune, Christine Hartley, Charles Seymour by Alan Richardson / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

The Religion of the Heart: A Study of European Religious Life in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries by Ted A. Campbell / Reviewed by Donald F. Durnbaugh

Landscapes of the Sacred: Geography and Narrative in American Spirituality by Belden C. Lane / Reviewed by Maureen Korp

Inquisition: The Persecution and Prosecution of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon by Carlton Sherwood / Reviewed by Michael L. Mickler

The Occult World and Madame Blavatsky edited by Daniel H. Caldwell / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

Our Legacy of Faith: A Brief History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints by Paul M. Edwards / Reviewed by Steven L. Shields

The Once and Future Goddess: A Symbol for Our Time by Elinor W. Gadon / Reviewed by Maureen Korp

Anarchy and Christianity by Jacques Ellul / Reviewed by Philip Cook

Resident Aliens: Lief in the Christian Colony by Stanley Hauerwas and William H. Willimon / Reviewed by Philip Cook

Le Nuove Religioni by Massimo Introvigne / Reviewed by Isotta Poggi

Book 3: SYZYGY: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture [Volume 1: Number 4], Fall 1992Add to your cart.

Articles:

“Arthur Conan Doyle’s Views on Mormonism: Sources and Subsequent Revelations” / by Michael W. Homer. Subjects: Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930; Mormonism

“My Sister, My Wife: An Examination of Sororal Polygyny in a Contemporary Mormon Fundamentalists Sect” / by Janet Bennion Connon. Subjects: Polygyny--Religious aspects--Mormonism

“Spiritualism and UFO Religion in New Zealand: The International Transmission of Modern Spiritual Movements” / by Robert S. Ellwood. Subjects: Spiritualism--New Zealand; Unidentified flying objects--Religious aspects

“Rudolf Steiner, Esoteric Christianity, and the New Age Movement” / by Roer E, Olson. Subjects: Steiner, Rudolf, 1861-1925; New Age movement--Relations--Christianity

“Different Forms of Spirit Mediation n Mahikari and Shinnyo-en: Shamanism East and West” / by Catherine Cornille. Subjects: Shamanism--Japan; Spirit possession--Japan; Sekai Mahikari Bunmei Kyōdan; Shinnyo-en

Book Reviews:

Gaia and God: An Eco-Feminist Theology of Earth Healing by Rosemary Radford Ruether / Reviewed by J. J. Gauthier

Crazy Wisdom by Wes “Scoop” Nishker / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

The Muslims of America by Yvonne Yazbeck / Reviewed by George Adams

God, Harlem U.S.A. by Jill Watts / Reviewed by Ernest J. Green

Daddy Grace: An Annotated Bibliography / Reviewed by Ernest J. Green

Handbook of American Indian Religious Freedom by Christopher Vecsey / Reviewed by John D. Loftin

Quest for Utopia: The Icarians of Adams County by Paul S. Gauthier / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

The Conversion Experience in America: A Sourcebook on Religious Conversion Autobiography by James Craig Holte / Reviewed by Joan C. Ludeke

Marchin’ the Pilgrims Home: A Study of the Spiritual Baptists of Trinidad by Stephen D. Glazier / Reviewed by Michael V. Angrosino

War and Peace through Women’s Eyes: A Selected Biography of Twentieth-Century American Women’s Fiction by Susanne Carter / Reviewed by Peggy Ann Brown

Despair and Deliverance: Private Salvation in Contemporary Israel by Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi / Reviewed by S. Daniel Breslauer

Drug Policy and the Decline of American Cities / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

News:

“New Religions Update” / by James A. Beverley

“Special Report on the Research Unit for the Study of New Religious Movements and Independent Churches (South Africa) / by G.C. Oosthuizen

Folder 26: SYZYGY: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture, 1993Add to your cart.
Book 1: SYZYGY: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture [Volume 2: Numbers 1-2], Winter/Spring 1993Add to your cart.

Articles:

“New Age and New Spiritual Movements: The Role of Spiritual Intellectuals”. By Shamazono Susumu. Subjects: New Age movement--Japan; Japan--Religion; Consciousness

“Christianity as a New Religion: Charisma, Minor Founders, and Indigenous Movements / by Mark R. Mullins. Subjects: Christianity--Japan; Japan--Religion

“The Mount Carmel Davidians: Adventist Reformers, 1935-1959 / by Bill Pitts. Subjects: General Association of Davidian Seventh-Day Adventists; Houteff, V. T., -1955

“Annie Besant’s Millennial Movements: Its History, Impact, and Implications Concerning Authority (and Epilogue on David Koresh and the Branch Davidians)” / by Catherine Wessinger. Subjects: Besant, Annie, 1847-1933; Krishnamurti, J. (Jiddu), 1895-1986; Theosophy

“American New Religious Movements in Eastern Europe in the 1990s” / by Isotta Poggi. Subjects: New religious movements--Europe, Eastern

“La Therapie Spirituelle Antoiniste” / by Régis Dericquebourg. Language: French. Subjects: Antoinism

“Palo: An Afro-Cuban Cult Often Confused with Santeria” / by Raul Canizares. Subjects: Palo--Cuba; Cuba--Religion

“New Religious Movements and Social Change: The Case of Feminist Spirituality” / by Cynthia Eller. Subjects: New religious movements; Feminist spirituality; Social change

“All that Glitters…Crazy Wisdom and Entrepreneurialism in the Spiritual Schools of E.J. Gold” / by Susan J. Palmer. Subjects: Institute for the Development of the Harmonious Human Being; Gold, E. J.

“Words of the Christ Create a New World Religion” / by Reender Kranenborg. Subjects: Spiritualism--Case studies; Mediums; Zohra; Jesus Christ--New Age movement interpretations; Jesus Christ (Spirit)

Book reviews:

The American Encounter with Buddhism 1833-1912: Victorian Culture and the Limits of DIssent by Thomas A. Tweed / Reviewed by Catherine Wessinger

The Zen Monastic Experience: Buddhist Practice in Contemporary Korea by Robert E. Buswell, Jr. / Reviewed by Stanley Lombardo

Zen Buddhism in the 20th Century by Heinrich Dumoulin / Reviewed by Stanley Lombardo

A Zen Forest: Sayings of the Masters by Soiku Shigematsu / Reviewed by Stanley Lombardo

Eating the ‘I’: An Account of the Fourth Way- The Way of Transformation in Ordinary Life by William Patrick Patterson / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

Living in the Children of God by David E. Van Zandt Reviewed by James A. Beckford

The Shaker Experience in America: A History of the United Society of Believers by Stephen J. Stein / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

Gender, Doctrine, & God: The Shakers and Contemporary Theology by Linda A. Mercadante / Reviewed by Diane Sasson

Goddesses and Wise Women: The Literature of Feminist Spirituality 1980-1992, An Annotated Bibliography by Anne Carson / Reviewed by Cynthia Eller

Cults and the Law (Thematic Issue of Behavioral Sciences and the Law, Vol. 10, no. 1 (Winter 1992) / Reviewed by Anson Shupe

The Buddhist Sangha: Paradigm of the Ideal Human Society by The Reverend Sunanda Putuwar / Reviewed by Christopher Key Chapple

The National of Islam: An American Millenarian Movement by Martha F. Lee / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

The Modern Craft Movement: Witchcraft Today / by Chas S. Clifton / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

New Age Spirituality by Duncan S. Ferguson / Reviewed by Phillip C. Lucas

Myths and Symbols in Indian Art and Civilization by Heinrich Zimmer / Reviewed by Catherine Wessinger

Instincts, Archetypes and Symbols: An Approach to the Physiology of Religious Experience by James P. Henry / Reviewed by T.L. Brink

Walking with the Night, the Afro-Cuban World of Santeria by Raul J. Canizares / Reviewed by Moorman Oliver Jr.

Net of Magic: Wonders and Deceptions in India by Lee Siegel / Reviewed by Robert S. Ellwood

Mormons and the Bible by Philip L. Barlow / Reviewed by Eric C. Olson

Life 101 by John-Roger and Peter McWilliams / Reviewed by T.L. Brink

Do It: Let’s Get Off Our Buts by John-Roger and Peter McWilliams / Reviewed by T.L. Brink

Lives in the Shadow with J. Krishnamurti by Radha Rajagopal Sloss / Reviewed by Catherine Wessinger

News:

“New Religions Update” / by James A. Beverley

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Articles:

“The Evangelical Thrust into Eastern Europe in the 1990s” / by J. Gordon Melton. Subjects: Evangelicalism--Europe, Eastern

“What is a Successful Religious Movement?: Analysis of Observer and Participant Perspectives” / by Nurit Zaidman-Dvir. Subjects: International Society for Krishna Consciousness--Israel

“Mergers, ‘Marriages,’ Coalitions, and Denominationalization: The Growth of Calvary Chapel” / by James T. Richardson. Subjects: Calvary Chapel movement; Calvary Chapel (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

“State Regulation of Marginal Religious Movements” / by Thomas Robbins and David Bromley. Subjects: Cults--Law and legislation

“The Rastafarian Movement and its Appearance in South Africa” / by Gerhardus C. Oosthüizen. Subjects: Rastafari movement--South Africa

“The Anti-Cult Movement in America: An History of Culture Perspective” / by Jeffrey Kaplan. Subjects: Cults--Controversial literature

“The British Occult Subculture: Beyond Good and Evil?” / by Susan Greenwood. Subjects: Religious thought; Good and evil; Subculture--Great Britain; Magic

“Religious Dimensions of the UFO Abductee Experience” / John Whitmore. Subjects: Unidentified flying objects; Human-alien encounters--Religious aspects; Alien abduction

“Star-Borne Opens the Doorway” / Christel Manning. Subjects: Star-Borne (Cult); Cults--California

“The Hutterite High School Experience: Boundary Maintenance on the Praries” / by Rod Janzen. Subjects: Hutterian Brethren; Hutterian Brethren--Education; Janzen, Rod A.

Book Reviews:

Amish Society by John A. Hostetler / Reviewed by James E. Landing

The Amish and the State edited by Donald B. Kraybill /  Reviewed by James E. Landing

Old Order Amish: Their Enduring Way of Life by Lucian Niemeyer

The Sociology of Mennonites Hutterites & Amish: A Bibliography with Annotations, Volume II, 1977-1990 by Donovan E. Smucker / Reviewed by James E. Landing

Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Spirituality by Richard E. Wentz / Reviewed by Donald F. Dumbaugh

A Paintbrush in my Hand by Daphne Odjig / Reviewed by Maureen Korp

The Complete Handbook of Natural Healing by Marcia Starck / Reviewed by Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi

The Devil’s Dominion: Magic and Religion in Early New England by Richard Godbeer / Reviewed by John K. Simmons

Ordinarily Sacred by Lynda Sexson / Reviewed by Maureen Korp

Kidnapped from That Land: The Government Raids on the Short Creek Polygamists by Martha Sonntag Bradley / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

Judaism Faces the Twentieth Century: A Biography of Mordecai M. Kaplan by Mel Scult / Reviewed by S. Daniel Breslauer

Faces and Polemic: Anti-Judaism in the Gospels by George S. Smiga / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Active New Religions, Sects, and Cults by Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

Dictionary of Cults, Sects, Religions and the Occult by George A. Mather and Larry A. Nichols / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

The Encyclopedia of American Religions by J. Gordon Melton / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

A Study of Religious Fanaticism and Responses to It by Hal French / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

Modern Witchcraft and Psychoanalysis by M.D. Faber / Reviewed by Daniel C. Noel

Two Hundred Years of American Communes by Yaacov Oved / Reviewed by William L. Smith

A Book of Troth by Edred Thorsson / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

Teutonic Religion by KveldulfR. Gundarsson / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

Ravenbook: The Raven Kindred Ritual Book by Lewis Stead and the Raven Kindred / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

News:

“New Religions Update” / by James A. Beverley

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Articles [no.1/2]:

“Villes Occultes: du Paris de Papus au Lyon de Jean Bricaud Qu’est-ce que l’Occultisme?” / by Robert Amadou [a revised paper originally presented at the 1992 CESNUR Seminar Le défi magique held at the Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon]. Summary: Discusses two French occultists in the early twentieth century. Subjects: Bricaud, Joanny, 1881-1934; Papus, 1865-1916; Occultism--France

“The ‘Cult’ Stereotype as an Ideological Resource in Social Conflicts: A Case Study of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness” / by James R. Lewis. Summary: Examines some of specific conflicts through which a particluar minority religion, the Church of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA), has been drawn into the cult controversy of the anti-cult movement. Subjects: Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness; Anti-cult movements--Case studies

“Edgar Cayce and Reincarnation: Past Life Readings as Religious Symbology” / by J. Gordon Melton. Summary: Discusses the influence of Edgar Cayce on the New Age Movement through his documented life readings. Subjects: Cayce, Edgar, 1877-1945; Past life readings--Religious aspects; Reincarnation

“The Impact of Communal Living on Children in the 1980s” / by William L. Smith. Summary: This article discusses how members of four urban religious communes in Chicago assessing the impact communal life had on their children. Subjects: Communal living--Illinois--Chicago; Children--United States--Social conditions

“Shaker Apostates and Seceders: Unorthodox Perspectives on the Shake Experience and the Development of New Religious Movements” / by Lawrence Foster. Summary: Provides an impressionistic treatment of some of the more interesting and revealing of the published apostate and seceder testimonies of the Shakers prior to the Civill War. Subjects: Shakers; Ex-church members; Cults

“Embracing Jesus and the Goddess: Toward a Reconceptualization of Conversion to Syncretistic Religion” by Christel J. Manning. Summary: A study of Neo-Paganism testing the hypothesis that the individualistic, self-conscious religious syncretism that exists has a different kind of conversion process for which new conceptual process must be developed. Subjects: Syncretism (Religion); Neopaganism; Catholic Church

“Waiting for the Ships: Disillusionment and the Revitalization of Faith in Bo and Peep’s UFO Cult” / by Robert W. Balch. Summary: Discusses the social influence processes used by Bo and Peep to have followers that were committed. Subjects: Human Individual Metamorphosis (Organization)

“Pope Pius IX and Brigham Young: A Comparison of the Development of the Roman Catholic and Mormon Churches in the Nineteenth Century” / Michael W. Homer. Summary: Provides a comparison of both of the "only true religions" and the similaries of their philsophies and doctrines.  Subjects: Catholic Church--Relations--Mormon Church; Mormon Church--Relations--Catholic Church

“Elite Religious Movements and the Politics of Legitimation” / by Evelyn Dorothy Oliver and James R. Lewis. Summary: This analysis argues that the itensity of the relationship between Eastern and Western Unitarians can best be understood in terms of the ideological resource that they were able to provide for each other: ligitimition Subjects: Unitarians; Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833

“The Beast and the Prophet: Aleister Crowley’s Fascination with Joseph Smith” / by Massimo Introvigne. Summary: This papers examines the differences between magical and religious experiences and the contrasting revelations they produce between two religious leaders. Subjects: Crowley, Aleister, 1875-1947; Smith, Joseph, Jr., 1805-1844

Book Reviews:

Critical Perspectives on a Paraculture - Review Essay / Reviewed by Daniel C. Noel

Guide to the Gods by Marjorie Leach / Reviewed by Jeffrey Kaplan

The Handbook on Cults and Sects in America by David G. Bromley and Jeffrey K. Hadden / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

Modern Esoteric Spirituality by Antoine Faivre / Reviewed by Wouter J. Hanegraaff

The Religious Fringe: A History of Alternative Religion in America by Richard Kyle / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

Communitarian Societies in the United States by Wendy E. Chmielewski, Louis J. Kern, and Marlyn Klee-Hartzell / Reviewed by Ellen Eisenberg

Mother’s First Born Daughter: Early Shaker Writings on Women and Religion: Explorations Outside the Mainstream by Jean M. Humez / Reviewed by Ellen Eisenberg

America’s Utopian Experiments: Communal Havens from Long-Wave Crises by Brian J. L. Berry / Reviewed by Jonathan G. Andelson

The Strange Society of Women: Reading the Letters and Lives of the Woman’s Commonwealth by Sally L. Kitch / Reviewed by Deborah E. Altus

Forgiveness- The Key to the Kingdom by John-Roger / Reviewed by Glenn Barnett and Laren Bright

“Response and Rejoinder” / Peter McWilliams response to T. L. Brink’s reviews in v.2, no. 1/2 (Winter/Spring 1993) followed by additional comments to Mr McWilliams by Mr. Brink.

Articles [no.3/4]:

“The ’Cult’ Concept: A Politics of Representation Analysis” / by Jane Dillon and James Richardson. Summary: This article details how the media and the academic communities have contributed conceptually to the word Cult as derogatory term, and how it has caused the term to be used as a vehicle for <span id="docs-internal-guid-1d173433-7fff-5652-7040-3b67ce715674" style="caret-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: -webkit-standard;"><span style="font-size: 9pt; font-family: Arial; color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-variant-ligatures: normal; font-variant-east-asian: normal; font-variant-position: normal; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;">discrimination</span></span> and persecution. Subjects: Cults; Stereotypes (Social psychology)

“The Contemporary Neo-Pagan Revival” / by Judy Harrow. Summary: An examination of Christian feminist Rosemary Ruether's criticism of the Goddess movement. Subjects: Neopaganism; Goddess religion

“Social Scientific Research on Astrology: A Review” / Evelyn Dorothy Oliver. Summary: An overview of representative sociological and psychological research on astrology. Subjects: Astrology--Research

“A Preliminary Assessment of Women’s Conversion Narratives at New Vrindaban” /  by John M. Dozeman. Summary: Building on themes emerging from research by Larry Shinn. this article explores the emergence of expanding equality for women in the Hare Krishna settlement in West Virginia. Subjects: New Vrindaban (Commune); Women; Hindu converts

“Environmental Impacts, Stewardship, and Development: The Building of a Religious Community in Montana” / by William L. Smith. Summary: Discusses the Environmental Impact Statements and proposed land trade agreements between the Church Universal and Triumphant and the federal government. Subjects: Church Universal and Triumphant; Religious communities; Environmental management

“New Age: Religion of the Future” / Reender Kranenborg. Summary: This article analyizes the trend of a dwendling Christian church in favor of New Age movement.  Subjects: New Age movement.; Secularization (Theology); Religions--Forecasting

“Forging Magical Selves: Gendered Bodies and Ritual Fires at Neo-Pagan Festivals” / by Sarah M. Pike. Summary: Discusses the significance of the Pagan festivals and the freedom and escape the clothing and bon-fire rituals create. Subjects: Festivals; Neopaganism; Neopaganism--Customs and practices

“Power and Empowerment: New Age Managers and the Dialectics of Modernity/Postmodernity” / by Richard Roberts. Summary: Enterprise Culture and New Age capitalism are explored. Subjects: Capitalism--Religious aspects

“Presbyterians as Destructive Cultists: The Universalist Critique of the 1820s Revivals” / by Tyler O. Hendricks. Summary: Discusses the opposition literature from the past and present from political motives to mind-control and coercive recruitment practices Subjects: Universalists; Presbyterians

“Religious Liberty and Deprogramming: Three Canadian Cases” / by M. Darrol Bryant. Summary: Describes the attemtps of deprogramming memmbers of cults. Subjects: Cults--Canada--Case studies; Hare Krishnas; Unification Church; Scientology

“‘The Convent’s Doom’: Anti-Catholic Narratives and the Destruction of the Charlestown Nunnery” / by James R. Lewis. Summary: Provides a historical account of the Protestant anit-Catholic sentiment and the burning of Mount Benedict, a Ursuline convent. Subjects: Convents--Massachusetts--Boston; Ursuline Convent (Charlestown, Boston, Mass.)

Book Reviews:

Shaker Cities of Peace, Love,, and Union: A History of the Hancock Bishopric by Deborah E. Burns / Reviewed by R. L. Rainard

Is It Utopia Yet? An Insider’s View of Twin Oaks Community in Its Twenty-Sixth Year by Kat Kinkade / Reviewed by Timothy Miller

The Cosmic Self by Ted Peters / Reviewed by George Adams

The Omega Project: Near-Death Experiences, UFO Encounters, and Mind at Large by Kenneth Ring / Reviewed by Daniel C. Noel

The Rajneesh Papers: Studies in a New Religious Movement by Susan J. Palmer / Reviewed by Marion S. Goldman

Serpent-Handling Believers by Thomas Burton / Reviewed by Peter Hocken

American Transcendentalism and Asian Religions by Arthur Versluis / Reviewed Carl T. Jackson

Maurice Nicoll: A Portrait by Beryl Pogson / Revised by Robert S. Ellwood

After the Fire: The Destruction of the Lancaster County Amish by Randy-Michael Testa

Health and Medicine Among the Latter-day Saints: Science, Sense, and Scripture by Lester E. Bush, Jr. / Reviewed by Danny L. Jorgensen

UFO: The Definitive Guide to Unidentified Flying Objects and Related Phenomena by Ritchie David / Reviewed by James R. Lewis

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“Introduction” / by Jesper Aagaard Petersen. Subjects: Satanism; Church of Satan; Moral panic

Religious Satanism [Modern 'Religious' Satanism]

“Satan in Cyberspace: A Study of Satanism on the Internet in the 1990’s” / by Roald E. Kristiansen. Summary: Survey’s the underlying ideology of two major satanic organizations: The Church of Satan, and the Temple of Set. Subjects: Satanism; Church of Satan; Temple of Set; Internet--Religious aspects

“Binary Satanism: The Construction of Community in a Digital World” / by Jesper Aagaard Petersen. Summary: Considers the impact of the Internet on the visibility and accessibility of Satanism. Subjects: Satanism; Internet--Religious aspects

“Satanism: Performing Alterity and Othering” / Graham Harvey. Summary: Addresses the self-identified Satanists’ differing interpretations of the Satanic philosophy. Subjects: Satanism--Philosophy

“Rationalistic Satanism: The Individual as a Member of a Countercultural Tribe” / by Merja Hermonen. Summary: Discusses “Rationalistic Satanism”, a branch of Satanism that discards occult and religious aspects based on her Finnish case study. Subjects: Satanism--Finland--Case studies

“Manifestations of Satanism in Catholic Lithuania: The Case of www.satan.lt” / by Milda Aliðauskienë. Summary: The development of modern Satanism in Lithuania. Subjects: Satanism--Lithuania; Internet--Religious aspects

“Polish Cyber Satanism: A Group in Statu Nascendi” / Rafal Smoczynski. Summary: Examines Polish Satanism as it has unfolded on the internet and its relation to Polish society and the Cold War. Subjects: Satanism--Poland; Internet--Religious aspects

The Ritual Abuse Scare [Satanic Ritual Abuse Scare]:

“The Satanic Bible and the ‘Satanic Panic’” / by James R. Lewis. Summary: Scrutinizes numerous factors in the panic, from the fictional account of Michelle Smith’s through recovered memory therapy, to the Matamoros murders, and the McMartin case, folklore, Hollywood, and more. Subjects: La Vey, Anton Szandor, 1930-1997--Satanic Bible; Satanism--United States--Public opinion

“Multigenerational Satanism and the Anti-Cult Movement: The Eternal Conspiracy” / by Jeffrey Kaplan. Summary: Addresses the claim of the “Multigenerational Satanist” in the ‘police model of satanic crime”. Subjects: Satanism; Anti-cult movements

“Driven by the Devil: Popular Constructions of Youth Satanist Careers” / by Titus Hjelm. Summary: Covers “Youth Satanists” in the Finnish media and Satanism leading to other problems of crime and drug abuse. Subjects: Satanism--Finland--Public opinion

“Satanism as a News item in Norway and Denmark: A Brief History” / by Asbjørn Dyrendal and Amina Olander Lap. Summary: A comparative survey of the presentation of Satanism in the Norwegian and Danish public from the 70's to the 90's. Subjects: Satanism--Denmark; Satanism--Norway; Satanism--Press coverage

“Mike Warnke” / by John Smulo. Summary: A presentation and refutation of the Christian minister’s conspiracy theory. Subjects: Warnke, Mike; Conspiracy theories

Primary Documents:

“Analysis of the Church of Satan: The Emperor’s New Religion” / by Ole Wolf. Summary: This paper investigates the Church of Satan, its ideology, and its practices, and observes that the Church of Satan includes the same dynamics that can be observed in other religions. Subjects: La Vey, Anton Szandor, 1930-1997--Philosophy; Church of Satan; Satanism


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