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Alternative Medicine

Archaeology/Anthropology/Travel Writings/Dowsing

Christian Science


Dreams/Dream Interpretation



Goddesses/Goddess Religion

Language and languages



Native Americans (North; Middle; South America)


Occultism (General)


Psychology/Sociology/Social Psychology

Occultism (Numerology)


Philosophy (Qi, etc.)




Theosophy (includes Reincarnation)


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Title: Victor and Cora Anderson Library, 1921-1998Add to your cart.

ID: MS/150/7

Primary Creator: Anderson, Victor H. (1917-2001)

Other Creators: Anderson, Cora (1915-2008)

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Arrangement: Organized by Broad Subject

Subjects: Aboriginal Australians--Religion, Afro-Brazilian cults--Brazil, Agricultural ecology, Agriculture, Aikido, Alchemy--History, Alternative medicine, America--Discovery and exploration--Pre-Columbian, American poetry--California, Anderson, Cora, 1915-2008--Library, Anderson, Victor H., 1917-2001--Library, Andrews, Lynn V., Aphrodisiacs, Astral projection, Aura, Autogenic training, Awareness, Aztecs--Folklore, Body language, Borneo--Description and travel, Botany, Medical, Botany, Medical--Hawaii, Brazil--Religion, Castaneda, Carlos, 1931-1998, Celts--Religion, Charms, Christian Science, Civilization, Modern--1950-, Clairvoyance, Classical poetry, Coca, Cocaine abuse, Color--Psychic aspects, Cooking (Garlic), Cooking (Herbs), Counterculture--History--20th century, Cults--Guyana, Death, Demonology, Disappearances (Parapsychology), Disasters, Domalain, Jean-Yves, 1943-, Dream interpretation, Dreams, Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica, Electronic voice phenomenon, Enochian magic, Ethnobotany--West (U.S.), Experience (Religion), Extrasensory perception, Fairies, Feminism, Feri (Wiccan sect), Folklore, Folklore--Haiti, Folklore--Hawaii, Fortune-telling by names, Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939, Future life, Garlic--History, Garlic--Therapeutic use, Ghosts, Ghost stories, Ghouls and ogres, Gnomes, Goddesses, Goddesses, Sumerian, Goddesses--History, Goddess religion--North America, Greek language, Modern, Greek language, Modern--Textbooks for foreign speakers--English, Greek language--Grammar, Hallucinogenic drugs and religious experience, Haunted houses, Haunted places, Hawaii--Folklore, Hawaii--Legends, Hawaii--Religion, Hawaii--Social life and customs, Hawaiian language, Hawaiian magic, Hawaiian mythology, Hawaiians--Folklore, Hawaiians--Legends, Health, Herb gardening, Herbs, Herbs--Therapeutic use, Herbs--Therapeutic use--Hawaii, Herbs--Utilization, Homosexuality--United States, Hopi Indians, Hopi Indians--Folklore, Hopi Indians--Religion, Human behavior, Human sacrifice, Human sacrifice--Andes Region, Huna, Hypnotism, Iban (Bornean people), Immortality, Inanna (Sumerian deity), Inanna (Sumerian deity)--Poetry, Indian magic--Southwest, New, Indian mythology--Mexico, Indian mythology--North America, Indians of Mexico--Religion, Indians of North America--Ethnobotany--West (U.S.), Indians of North America--Folklore, Indians of North America--Religion, Indians of South America--Andes Region--Rites and ceremonies, Indians of South America--Peru--Rites and ceremonies, Indian women--North America, Inscriptions, Celtic, Inscriptions, Irish, Intelligence, Jesus Christ--Passion, Jones, Jim, 1931-1978, Jonestown (Guyana), Jonestown Mass Suicide, Jonestown, Guyana, 1978, Juan, Don, 1891-1973, Kayaks, Knowledge, Sociology of, Lakota Indians, Lame Deer, approximately 1903-1976, Legends--Hawaii, Macumba (Cult), Magic, Magic, Romani, Magic--Brazil, Magic--Hawaii, Maria-José, mãe, Materia medica, Vegetable, Materia medica, Vegetable--Hawaii, Medical astrology, Medicinal plants, Medicinal plants--Hawaii, Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric, Megalithic monuments, Mental healing, Midwives, Miniconjou Indians, Months, Moon, Moon--Folklore, Mother goddesses--History, Mythology, Mythology, Classical, Mythology, Sumerian, Mytinger, Caroline, 1897-1980, Nahuatl literature, Nahuatl poetry, Near death experiences, Nebraska--Social life and customs, New Age movement, New Britain Island (Papua New Guinea)--Description and travel, Numerology, Nurses, Occultism, Occultism--Asia, Occultism--Hawaii, Orgasms, Orgonomy, Parapsychology, Parapsychology--Soviet Union, Peoples Temple, Physics--Miscellanea, Physiognomy, Plants--Psychic aspects, Poetry, Power (Social sciences), Prehistoric peoples, Problem solving, Prophecies, Psychic abilities, Psychic energy (Psychoanalysis), Psychic readings--Evaluation, Psychokinesis, Psychology, Comparative, Psychology and religion, Psychometry (Parapsychology), Psychotropic plants, Qi (Chinese philosophy), Quantum theory--History, Recovered memory, Reincarnation, Reincarnation therapy, Relativity (Physics)--History, Reser, Stanley, Romanies--Europe--Social conditions, Romanies--History, Romanies--Social life and customs, Satanism--Controversial literature, Science, Ancient, Science--History, Self (Philosophy), Self-acceptance, Self-care, Self knowledge, Theory of, Sex (Psychology), Sex discrimination, Sex discrimination in employment, Sexism, Shamanism, Shamanism--North America, Shamans, Smith, Michelle, 1949-, Social history--1945-1960, Social history--1960-1970, Social psychology, Solomon Islands--Description and travel, Songs--Hawaii, Songs--Ireland, Spanish language--Readers, Spirits, Spiritual healing, Spiritualism, Success, Success--Psychological aspects, Sullivan, Thelma D., Supernatural, Symbolism, Symbolism of colors, Symbolism of numbers, Talismans, Tarot--Study and teaching, Terror, Time--Folklore, Trials (Witchcraft)--Scotland, United States--Antiquities, Vampires, Vampires--20th century, Vodou, Werewolves, Wicca, Witchcraft, Witchcraft--England--History, Witchcraft--History, Witchcraft--Scotland, Witchcraft--Southwest, New, Witchcraft--United States, Witches, Women, Women--Employment--United States, Women--History--Modern period, 1600-, Women--Mythology, Women in medicine--History, Yaqui Indians--Religion, Yaqui mythology

Forms of Material: Alamanacs, Autobiographies, Case studies, Creeds, Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Folk literature, Folk tales, Grammars, Handbooks and manuals, Humor, Juvenile fiction, Legends, Myths, Personal Narratives, Phrase books, Problems and exercises, Programmed instructional materials, Questionnaires, Readers (Publications), Recipes, Self-help publications, Song texts, Spirit writings, Textbooks, Travel writings

Languages: English, Greek,Modern(1453-), Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection is a portion of the Anderson's library having been selected based on titles that were not currently in its parent collection New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library. A bibliography of the full library as well as the disposition of the items is planned. All titles in this collection have been cataloged separately.

Collection Historical Note

Victor Henry Anderson was born in Seneca just north of Clayton, New Mexico, May 21, 1917 to Hilbert Alexander Anderson (1883-1952), a cattle rancher, and Mary Francis Smith Anderson (1886-1973), who cooked for the ranch hands. During his childhood, Victor was exposed to many cultures and religious practices living in New Mexico. These influences range from Native Americans indigenous to the area, but also migrant workers form Hawaii and Guatemala all interacting and sharing their spiritual knowledge with a young boy. At age two, his sister dropped him and may have caused him to go blind via the development of Internal Cataracts. For the first three months after the accident, Victor was totally blind. The local Curanderos, Brujas, and Brujos prayed over him and he eventually was able to have partial vision (3%). They also taught him to develop his etheric abilities as a different form of sight. Victor's dropping accident may have been coincidental to his developing Internal Cataracts. Regardless, according to Victor there were no known procedures to address it and was left untreated, which physically left him almost complete blind. A tragic accident occurred with Victor's oldest brother Robert subsequently dying from severe burns. His mother had a very difficult time with the loss of her son. As such the family left New Mexico, moving frequently as Victor's father found work. His family would eventually move to Dead Indian Mount, Oregon around 1926, which is north of Ashland, when he was about nine years old. Later they would move to Ashland, Oregon sometime between 1940 and 1943. The family eventually moved to Bend, Oregon due to flooding of their Ashland home.

Contrary to what Margo Adler says in her book Drawing Down the Moon, Victor more than likely had has initiation in Oklahoma and not Oregon. According to Victor, in 1926 aged nine, he was sexually initiated into the witchcraft tradition in a tribal rite manner by an Congolese African woman named Simgoma. This was followed by etheric visions of floating in the air with the Congolese witch and despite Victor's blindness was a very vivid picture of the stars, moon, and jungle. When the visions ended, he was instructed on the ritual uses of the herbs sitting in bowls before him. The result of this initial initiation would be the start of the "reawakening" and evolution of his faith. Reawakening in the sense that across all cultures are universal truths that have existed since the time of the proto-humans. The Feri Tradition is simply another name for what has always existed. As such, Victor's argument that he borrowed from this culture or this faith, such as Huna from Max Freedom Long, is false because these tenets that share similarities existed long before those labels were added to them. There is a single source that is expressed in many ways.

His family would move frequently after New Mexico. Leaving Oklahoma in 1926, the Anderson's would lived in numerous places in Oregon. Victor would encounter many different people of many different cultures that continued to cultivate his religious knowledge. When Victor was between the ages of twelve and twenty-six, he studied Druidism. During this time, he referred to his beliefs as Vicia, his thoughts were to "go back and use the word 'Vicha' it was known as the Feri Tradition. In Italian it is la vecchia religione", or Old Religion. Feri can be broken down into two components: Fe, to have psychic power, and ri, a variant of ry, or rie, meaning in this context to practice or to build. Feri then, is actively developing in one's psychic abilities. Feri is an ecstatic tradition that seeks to obtain a deep connection with deity. Unlike other nature-based religions, Feri is not a fertility cult. In Victor's own words "Now, our Feri Tradition is a nature way, it's the way of Nature, and it's a way of accepting and developing all your talents, all of your nature in such a way that you are worthy to be called a god in the making." According to Victor, Feri Tradition has its roots in the shamanistic African tradition of which he was initiated by the Congolese woman. Anderson considered Feri to be an "authentic" Tradition that "simply takes on a different perspective of the same [universal] truth". One of his analogies compares Giuseppe Verdi and Joe Green; same name, same person, different language. The move to Bend, Oregon in 1943 would be a significant home for Victor. It is here that me meets he future wife, Cora.

Cora Ann Cremeans Anderson was born on January 26, 1915 on a farm Nyota, Blount County, Alabama. Her grandfather was a root doctor who had immigrated from Ireland. Cora was gifted with psychic abilities, having communed with faerie-like people on numerous occasions as a child. She met Victor Anderson in 1944 and they married in three days on May 3, having met him before on the Astral Plane. Realizing they both had magical backgrounds they soon established an altar together in their home. In 1945, their son, Victor Elon, was born. Victor and Cora would live in Bend, Oregon until 1948 when they moved to Niles, California. Sometime in or before 1959, they would relocate to San Leandro, California. Cora worked as a cook in various hospitals in the East Bay area.  The Anderson's would break up a fight between their son and a neighboring, Tom DeLong (1946-1982).  DeLong became friends with the family and studied under Victor eventually being initiated into Feri.  He would later chang his name to Gwydion Pendderwyn. Pendderwyn, having studied Alexandrian introduced elements of this tradition into Feri. Other influences in the tradition include Huna, Vodou, Kabbalah, Hoodoo, Tantra, and Gnosticism.

Victor Anderson would pass away September 20, 2001 and Cora Anderson in May 1, 2008, both in San Leandro, California.

Biographical Note

Co-Founder of the Feri Tradition

Subject/Index Terms

Aboriginal Australians--Religion
Afro-Brazilian cults--Brazil
Agricultural ecology
Alternative medicine
America--Discovery and exploration--Pre-Columbian
American poetry--California
Anderson, Cora, 1915-2008--Library
Anderson, Victor H., 1917-2001--Library
Andrews, Lynn V.
Astral projection
Autogenic training
Body language
Borneo--Description and travel
Botany, Medical
Botany, Medical--Hawaii
Castaneda, Carlos, 1931-1998
Christian Science
Civilization, Modern--1950-
Classical poetry
Cocaine abuse
Color--Psychic aspects
Cooking (Garlic)
Cooking (Herbs)
Counterculture--History--20th century
Disappearances (Parapsychology)
Domalain, Jean-Yves, 1943-
Dream interpretation
Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica
Electronic voice phenomenon
Enochian magic
Ethnobotany--West (U.S.)
Experience (Religion)
Extrasensory perception
Feri (Wiccan sect)
Fortune-telling by names
Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939
Future life
Garlic--Therapeutic use
Ghost stories
Ghouls and ogres
Goddesses, Sumerian
Goddess religion--North America
Greek language, Modern
Greek language, Modern--Textbooks for foreign speakers--English
Greek language--Grammar
Hallucinogenic drugs and religious experience
Haunted houses
Haunted places
Hawaii--Social life and customs
Hawaiian language
Hawaiian magic
Hawaiian mythology
Herb gardening
Herbs--Therapeutic use
Herbs--Therapeutic use--Hawaii
Homosexuality--United States
Hopi Indians
Hopi Indians--Folklore
Hopi Indians--Religion
Human behavior
Human sacrifice
Human sacrifice--Andes Region
Iban (Bornean people)
Inanna (Sumerian deity)
Inanna (Sumerian deity)--Poetry
Indian magic--Southwest, New
Indian mythology--Mexico
Indian mythology--North America
Indians of Mexico--Religion
Indians of North America--Ethnobotany--West (U.S.)
Indians of North America--Folklore
Indians of North America--Religion
Indians of South America--Andes Region--Rites and ceremonies
Indians of South America--Peru--Rites and ceremonies
Indian women--North America
Inscriptions, Celtic
Inscriptions, Irish
Jesus Christ--Passion
Jones, Jim, 1931-1978
Jonestown (Guyana)
Jonestown Mass Suicide, Jonestown, Guyana, 1978
Juan, Don, 1891-1973
Knowledge, Sociology of
Lakota Indians
Lame Deer, approximately 1903-1976
Macumba (Cult)
Magic, Romani
Maria-José, mãe
Materia medica, Vegetable
Materia medica, Vegetable--Hawaii
Medical astrology
Medicinal plants
Medicinal plants--Hawaii
Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric
Megalithic monuments
Mental healing
Miniconjou Indians
Mother goddesses--History
Mythology, Classical
Mythology, Sumerian
Mytinger, Caroline, 1897-1980
Nahuatl literature
Nahuatl poetry
Near death experiences
Nebraska--Social life and customs
New Age movement
New Britain Island (Papua New Guinea)--Description and travel
Parapsychology--Soviet Union
Peoples Temple
Plants--Psychic aspects
Power (Social sciences)
Prehistoric peoples
Problem solving
Psychic abilities
Psychic energy (Psychoanalysis)
Psychic readings--Evaluation
Psychology, Comparative
Psychology and religion
Psychometry (Parapsychology)
Psychotropic plants
Qi (Chinese philosophy)
Quantum theory--History
Recovered memory
Reincarnation therapy
Relativity (Physics)--History
Reser, Stanley
Romanies--Europe--Social conditions
Romanies--Social life and customs
Satanism--Controversial literature
Science, Ancient
Self (Philosophy)
Self knowledge, Theory of
Sex (Psychology)
Sex discrimination
Sex discrimination in employment
Shamanism--North America
Smith, Michelle, 1949-
Social history--1945-1960
Social history--1960-1970
Social psychology
Solomon Islands--Description and travel
Spanish language--Readers
Spiritual healing
Success--Psychological aspects
Sullivan, Thelma D.
Symbolism of colors
Symbolism of numbers
Tarot--Study and teaching
Trials (Witchcraft)--Scotland
United States--Antiquities
Vampires--20th century
Witchcraft--Southwest, New
Witchcraft--United States
Women--Employment--United States
Women--History--Modern period, 1600-
Women in medicine--History
Yaqui Indians--Religion
Yaqui mythology

Administrative Information

Repository: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

Acquisition Source: Guy V. Frost

Acquisition Method: Purchased by Guy Frost from Anaar, Grandmaster of the Feri Tradition

Box and Folder Listing

Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Alternative Medicine],
[Series 2: Archaeology/Anthropology/Travel Writings/Dowsing],
[Series 3: Christian Science],
[Series 4: Divination/Tarot],
[Series 5: Dreams/Dream Interpretation],
[Series 6: Fiction/Poetry/Humor],
[Series 7: Feminism],
[Series 8: Goddesses/Goddess Religion],
[Series 9: Language and languages],
[Series 10: Magic],
[Series 11: Miscellaneous],
[Series 12: Native Americans (North; Middle; South America)],
[Series 13: Mythology/Folklore],
[Series 14: Occultism (General)],
[Series 15: Plants/Herbalism],
[Series 16: Psychology/Sociology/Social Psychology],
[Series 17: Occultism (Numerology)],
[Series 18: Parapsychology],
[Series 19: Philosophy (Qi, etc.)],
[Series 20: Self],
[Series 21: Shamanism],
[Series 22: Symbology],
[Series 23: Theosophy (includes Reincarnation)],
[Series 24: Witchcraft/Witches/Wicca],

Series 18: ParapsychologyAdd to your cart.
(Astral Projection; Psychic aspects of: Color, Crystals, Nature, Orientation, Stones, Success; ESP; Karma; Mental healing; Akashic records; Ghosts, Hauntings, etc.)
Book 1: Bagnall, Oscar. The Origin and Properties of the Human Aura. Foreword by Leslie Shepard. New rev. ed. New York: University Books, 1970Add to your cart.
Contents: New foreword -- Introduction -- The eye and the visible spectrum -- Phantom images and visual sensations -- Complementary colors -- Apparatus and how to use it -- The appearance of the normal aura -- Physical properties -- Is the aura our electric field? -- The outer haze and sex -- The outer haze and its origin -- The possible functions of the "searchlight" rays -- The question of heredity -- Mendelian cases -- Animal communications. Subjects: Aura
Book 2: Battersby, H. F. Prevost. Man Outside Himself: The Methods of Astral Projection. New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books, 1969Add to your cart.
Contents: Foreword -- Introduction to the American edition -- The House of Commons -- The Somatic double -- The etheric double -- Planned projection from sleep -- Unconscious projection from sleep -- Pathological projection -- Conscious and involuntary project -- The pioneers -- Etheric perplexities. Subjects: Astral projection
Book 3: Bayless, Raymond. The Other Side of Death. Foreword by Robert Crookall, New Hyde Park: University Books, 1971Add to your cart.
Contents: First thoughts -- What survives? -- Spiritualistic concepts of the after-death state -- William T. Stead and J. Hewat McKenzie -- Great mediums and the spheres -- Geraldine Cummins and "F. W. H. Myers" -- The group soul -- Deathbed visions and astral projection -- More astral projection -- Dr. Robert Crookall -- Animal survival -- Oddities and grotesqueries -- "Evil spirits" -- Final thoughts. Subjects: Future life; Parapsychology
Book 4: Bowers, Barbara. What Color Is Your Aura?: Personality Spectrums for Understanding and Growth. New York: Pocket Books, 1989Add to your cart.
Contents: The human rainbow -- The questionaire -- Red -- Orange -- Magneta -- Yellow -- Physical tan -- Mental tan -- Green -- Nurturing tan -- Loving tan -- Blue -- Violet -- Lavendar -- Crystal -- Indigo. Notes: Contains a questionnaire to help determine one’s own color of aura. Subjects: Aura; Color--Psychic aspects; Personality tests; Self-evaluation. Genre/Form: Questionnaires
Book 5: Clark, Adrian V. Psycho-Kinesis: Moving Matter with the Mind. Reward ed. West Nyack, NY: Parker Publishing Company, 1975, ©️1973Add to your cart.
Contents: Introduction: -- Fame by mind control -- Mysterious mind over matter -- New natural laws -- Violation of force equals mass times acceleration --An easy way to travel or move furniture -- The controls may be stringent -- Success by trial -- How to be convinced -- Chapter 1. Moving objects with the mind: -- All movement may be by mind control -- Shortening the steps from thought to movement -- Will the force still equal mass times acceleration? -- Control of the alpha rhythm brain wave by unknown methods -- Gifted brains control electrons -- A mind moves film emulsion -- Psycho-kinetic surgery -- Confidence -- Obtain yes or no answers by movement of objects -- A fast back by mind power -- Negative attitudes impede progress -- Chapter 2. Techniques to tap tornadic torrents: -- A plan in the universe -- overcome reluctance to try -- A hex results in psycho-kinetic powers -- Simple moving of objects -- A direct approach -- The pendulum method -- Developing the mystic element -- Table rocking method -- A heavier-than-water object floats -- The crowning act of mind controlling matter -- Has the sun's stopping been proven? -- Did P-K stop the Earth? -- Moving stones -- Moving men by mental means -- Chapter 3. Was levitation used in pyramid building?: -- Unknown forces raised the pyramids -- They learned less as pyramids were built -- The mystery of Egyptian civilization -- Mythology and gods -- Egypt and its gods -- Were the pyramids as public works project? -- Science looks at life in the universe -- Genesis' god as astronaut? -- Psycho-kinesis message in space -- NASA's search for life in space is successful -- Chapter 4. Source of cosmic power: -- Space vehicle power -- The source of energy on Earth -- The mysterious photon -- Is one source of photons psychic power? -- The theory of "vol" and "lovol" -- From Lovol to light via "Tachyons" -- The Kundaline Phenomenon -- Possible evidence of psychic energy -- Triggering energy is minute -- He made a million --  Chapter 5. More evidences of cosmic power: -- The moving force for molecules is the photon -- A mother aided her family from the spirit world -- The link of light between psychic and physical -- Eye-witness accounts of strange lights -- The bright light messages -- Walker's light -- Lights associated with death -- Tennessee lights -- Flying lights -- Spirit-controlled, light-opened doors -- Chapter 6. Exercises for improving mind control over matter: -- Convince yourself that you can control matter -- Meditation exercises to develop better reception -- Don't consciously judge information -- Psychic control by suggestion -- Scientific research produces convincing evidence -- Olive Hill poltergeist -- Possible subconscious P-K -- The case of the disappearing wire -- Learn and practice the rules of the game -- He conquered with P-K -- He stares at a glass of water to obtain psychic control -- Final evidence that psychic requests are answered -- How Adrian Carlton used light to return to the physical world -- Chapter 7. Strange powers of the mind: -- An extra-terrestrial mind demonstrates fantastic mental powers -- Mental powers available -- Thoughts can move a mountain -- Poltergeists -- A very wise stick -- He sat on air -- Thought travel -- Teleportation moved a picture -- Thought commands -- Automatic writing -- Unusual P-K mental powers -- P-K developed a visible form -- Psychic powers change lives -- Psychic powers helped a widow gain wealth -- Chapter 8. The theory of psychic photon emission control: -- The smallest solar system -- The laser as controlled photon emission -- Self-induced transparency- invisible? -- Flames produce sounds -- Ten miners see without light -- Psycho-kinesis by control of photon emission -- Is teleportation possible? -- How UFO's perform high "G" maneuvers -- Faith-healing by moving molecules -- no healing but a message was received -- A purpose for each person -- ICMM for life -- Use of psychic photon emission in ESP -- Control of P-K -- Chapter 9. Beginnings to ultimate uses of psychi-kinesis: -- The functioning of P-K in the physical universe -- Communication of telepathy -- The nature of universal life -- The unobstructed universe -- Unanswered natural universe laws -- Bodily ascension -- Overseers of other planets -- Purpose of biological life on new planets. Subjects: Psychokinesis; Parapsychology. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Book 6: Cosimano, Charles W. Psionic Power: The High Technology of Psychic Power. Llewellyn’s new Age Psi-Tech Series. St. Paul: Llewellyn Publications, 1989Add to your cart.
Contents: Welcome back -- The joy of power -- The field -- Chakras -- Thoughtforms -- Patterns and forms -- Gadgets again -- Psychic conflict -- Appendix 1. Counter-thoughtforming -- Appendix 2. Transmittal patterns from the Lesser Key of Solomon -- Appendix 3. Magick squares of the seven planets -- Appendix 4. Basic radionics. Subjects: Psychic ability; Parapsychology; Occultism
Book 7: Crookall, Robert. Case-Book of Astral Project, 545-746. Foreword by Leslie Shepard. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1980, ©️1972Add to your cart.
Contents: Case histories (nos. 545-746) -- Miscellaneous facts that indicate the objectivity of many doubles -- Miscellaneous facts that are inexplicable on the mental image hypothesis -- The significance of the facts in relation to man, the microcosm -- The significance of the facts in relation to the universe, the macrocosm -- "Survivors" (Including discarnate "communicators") -- The "Silver cord" extension: Conditions under which "cords are observed -- "Cords" are described as having significant thickness -- Significant analogies used: People who describe their own "cords" ; People who were probably temporarilty claivoyant ; Observers of transitions ; "Communicators" -- Significant observations regarding "the range of cord activity" -- The second "death" -- The elasticity of "cords" -- The numbers of "cords" described: Astral projectors ; Clairvoyants ; "Cords" of materialization figures -- "Cords" often "pulsate with vitality": Astral projectors ; Clairvoyants ; "Communicators" -- Some typical terms employed in describing the "Silver cord" -- Suggested correspondences -- Numerical list of cases described in detail in this book -- Aphabetical list of cases -- Glossary. Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 8: Crookall, Robert. Out-of-the-Body Experiences: A Fourth Analysis. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1970Add to your cart.
Contents: First part. "Doubles: that were released in two stages: -- "Doubles" released in two definite stages, sometimes with a definite two-stage return -- The first stage- quitting the physical body (The first "death" or unveiling) -- The second stage- quitting the vehicle of vitality (The second "death" or unveiling) -- The first stage in return- rejoining the vehicle of vitality (The reverse of the second "death": the first reveiling) -- The second stage in return- rejoining the physical body (The reverse of the first "death": the second reveiling) -- Summary: The two-stage release (and return) of "Doubles" that are interpreted as composite -- Second part. "Doubles" that were released in one stage with a single-stage return: -- Group I A. "Super-physical" (Soul body) "Doubles" -- group I B. "Semi-physical" (Vehicle of vitality) "Doubles" -- Third part. Discussion: -- Phenomena of the release of "Doubles" -- The environments contacted -- The initial position of the released "Doubles" -- The movements of the released "Doubles" -- Effects of the physical sense on the "Doubles" -- The two-stage releases (and two-stage returns) of certain "Doubles" -- The "Silver cord"-extension: -- A. People who did not see, but felt, the presence of their "Silver cords" -- B. People who saw and described their own "Silver cords" -- C. People who saw and described the "Silver chords" of others -- D. Prehistoric descriptions of the "Silver cord" (Temporary releases of "Doubles") -- E. Primitives' descriptions of the "Cords" of the dying -- F. The "Silver cords" of materialized figures -- G. Descriptions by Australian aborigines of the "Silver cords" of their "Clever men" -- H. The reabsorption of the "Cord" as the "Double" reenters the body -- The level of consciousness -- Repercussion as the "Doubles" reentered the body -- Appendixes: -- Intermediate (more or less indefinite) cases -- Group I B of "Doubles" ("Semi-physical" vehicles of vitality) -- Comparable "Communications" -- The status of these "Communicators". Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 9: Crookall, Robert. Out-of-the-Body Experiences: A Fourth Analysis. New York: University Books, 1970Add to your cart.
Contents: First part. "Doubles: that were released in two stages: -- "Doubles" released in two definite stages, sometimes with a definite two-stage return -- The first stage- quitting the physical body (The first "death" or unveiling) -- The second stage- quitting the vehicle of vitality (The second "death" or unveiling) -- The first stage in return- rejoining the vehicle of vitality (The reverse of the second "death": the first reveiling) -- The second stage in return- rejoining the physical body (The reverse of the first "death": the second reveiling) -- Summary: The two-stage release (and return) of "Doubles" that are interpreted as composite -- Second part. "Doubles" that were released in one stage with a single-stage return: -- Group I A. "Super-physical" (Soul body) "Doubles" -- group I B. "Semi-physical" (Vehicle of vitality) "Doubles" -- Third part. Discussion: -- Phenomena of the release of "Doubles" -- The environments contacted -- The initial position of the released "Doubles" -- The movements of the released "Doubles" -- Effects of the physical sense on the "Doubles" -- The two-stage releases (and two-stage returns) of certain "Doubles" -- The "Silver cord"-extension: -- A. People who did not see, but felt, the presence of their "Silver cords" -- B. People who saw and described their own "Silver cords" -- C. People who saw and described the "Silver chords" of others -- D. Prehistoric descriptions of the "Silver cord" (Temporary releases of "Doubles") -- E. Primitives' descriptions of the "Cords" of the dying -- F. The "Silver cords" of materialized figures -- G. Descriptions by Australian aborigines of the "Silver cords" of their "Clever men" -- H. The reabsorption of the "Cord" as the "Double" reenters the body -- The level of consciousness -- Repercussion as the "Doubles" reentered the body -- Appendixes: -- Intermediate (more or less indefinite) cases -- Group I B of "Doubles" ("Semi-physical" vehicles of vitality) -- Comparable "Communications" -- The status of these "Communicators". Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 10: Crookall, Robert. The Study and Practice of Astral Projection. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1979, ©️1960Add to your cart.
Contents: Analysis of case histories -- A. Natural out-of-the-body experiences: 1. People who nearly died, cases 1-21 ; II. People who were very ill, cases 22-30 ; III. People who were exhausted, etc. cases 31-39 ; IV. People who were quite well, cases, 40-119 -- B. Enforced out-of-the-body experiences: 1. First-hand accounts. Caused by anaesthetics, etc. Cases 120-145 ; Caused by suffocation, cases 146-147 ; Cased by falling, cases 148-152 -- 2. Accounts by others. Caused by anaesthetics, etc. case 153 ; Caused by hypnosis -- Conclusions -- Appendices: History of the subject -- Additional details (Natural experiences) -- Incomplete (or incompletely-remembered) natural experiences (Cases 154-160) -- Certain 'dreams' as 'incomplete natural experiences' -- Statements of the 'dead' regarding their experiences -- Statements of the 'dead' regarding our sleep-state -- Arnold Bennett's Résumé of theosophical teachings -- 'Thought-forms' -- Evidence, direct and indirect. Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 11: Currie, Ian. You Cannot Die. New York: Playboy Paperbacks, 1978Add to your cart.
Content: Introduction: The incredible delusion -- Messengers from the land of the dead: apparitions -- The dead among the living: hauntings -- The ghost within: out-of-body experiences -- Those who are about to die: deathbed visions -- What it's like to die: resuscitation experiences -- Birth is not a beginning: reincarnation -- Bridging the worlds: accounts from the realm beyond death. Subjects: Spiritualism; Death; Future life
Book 12: Denning, Melita, and Osborne Phillips.The Llewellyn Practical Guide to Astral Projection. 2nd ed. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1980Add to your cart.
Contents: Art of living -- You and astral projection -- Astral projection is natural -- Seeing and knowing -- Soul sculpture -- Out of the body! -- Adventure in the astral worlds! Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Book 13: Denning, Melita and Osborne Phillips. The Llewellyn Practical Guide to Astral Projection: The Out-of-Body Experience. 2nd ed. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1989, ©️1979Add to your cart.
Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Hanbdooks and manuals
Book 14: Doyle, Arthur Conan. The Edge of the Unknown. Book Club ed. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1930Add to your cart.
Contents: The riddle of Houdini -- The shadows on the screen -- Notes from a strange mail-bag -- The ghost of the moat -- The law of the ghost -- Alleged posthumous writings of known authors -- Some curious personal experiences -- Dwellers on the boarder -- A strange prophet -- A London ghost -- The half-way house of matter -- A remarkable man -- The rift in the veil -- A new light on old crimes -- Singular records of a circle. Subjects: Spiritualism. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 15: Drayer, Ruth. Numerology: The Language of Life. El Paso: Skidmore-Roth Publishing, 1990Add to your cart.
Content: Introduction: The fairy tale -- History of numerology: The science of name and number ; Pythagoras ; Mrs. L. Dow Balliett -- Constructing the chart: The general ideas and information ; Free will ; Importance of the name ; Importance of the birthday -- A complete introduction to the numbers -- The odd numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 ; The even numbers: 2, 4, 6, 8, 0 -- The master numbers: 11/2, 22/4, 33/6, 44/8 -- Speaking the language: The inclusion table ; Planes of expression ; Name changes ; More on birthdays ; An advanced look at the pinnacles and challenges ; Personal cycles ; Personal years -- The table of events: Constructing the gameboard ; Universal cycles ; How to read a chart. Subjects: Symbolism of numbers. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Book 16: Fodor, Nandor. Between Two Worlds. West Nyack, NY: Parker Publishing Company, 1964Add to your cart.
Content: MacKenzie King's search for survival -- Lincoln and the unseen -- Who was the real Francis Grierson? -- The unknown Dickens -- The riddle of Vaslav Nijinsky -- Sandor Ferenczi's psychic adventures -- The incredible psychic life of Dr. Carl G. Jung -- The voice within -- Ghosts within and without -- The dark side of telepathy -- Through the gate of horn -- She became a Chinaman -- Adventures in spirit photography -- The great memory -- The Cocos Island mystery -- The Egyptian curse -- Dreaming true -- Peculiarities of deja vu -- Bibliography to parts I and II -- Lo, the Incubus -- Vampire abroad -- Goblin of the loaf -- The "living machine" of Rev. John Murray Spear -- The rage that burns the house down -- The Baltimore poltergeist -- Haunted by the living -- The talking mongoose -- Fairies should be seen but not heard of -- Gifts from heaven -- The most haunted house in England -- The ghosts of Raynham Hall -- The man who bit a ghost -- The haunter is a cat -- Haunted rings and pearls -- Who rings the bell? -- The phantom boatmen of Maidenhead -- Hunting the table-tilting ghosts -- The smell of death -- Sex in the great beyond -- Weeping Madonnas -- The face on the wall -- Wonders in the sky -- Phantom priests of Joan of Arc -- To cross the abyss -- The wounds of Christ -- Is there an authentic portrait of Christ?. Subjects: Parapsychology
Book 17: Gibson, Sandra. Beyond the Body. New York: Belmont Tower Publications, 1979Add to your cart.
Summary: From early youth, Dr. Sandra Gibson had been plagued by psychic experiences that both terrified and intrigued her. In 1976, at the age of 29, convinced that she was either loosing her mind or was possessed by an evil spirit, Dr. Gibson understook an unusual form of therapy with the hypno-therapist and parapsychologist in a final desparte attempt to save her sanity. The therapy continued for eighteen months. During this period, Dr. Gibson, with the guidance and assistance of her therapist and her psychologist-husband, learned to accept the reality of her psychic powers and to channel those powers for positive ends. This book is her journal of that experience, and is drawn in part from recorded tapes of her therapy sessions and trances. Reading it is a psycic experience in itself. It may very well change your life. Subjects: Parapsychology. Genre/Form: Diaries
Book 18: Green, Celia. Out-of-the-Body Experiences. New York: Ballantine Books, 1975, ©️1968Add to your cart.
Contents: Foreword -- Introduction -- Terminology -- The occurrence of ecsomatic experiences -- Stress -- The parasomatic body -- Asomatic experiences -- 'Bilocation' -- Autoscopy -- The ecsomatic position -- Posture -- Muscular relaxation -- Relaxation and meditation practices -- Paralysis -- Motor control -- Sensory modalities -- Perceptual realism -- Intellectual processes in the ecsomatic state -- Psychological reactions to the ecsomatic state -- Sense of time in the ecsomatic state -- Detachment -- Motivation in the ecsomatic state -- Relation to the physical body  -- Initiation and termination of ecsomatic state -- Extra-sensory perception -- 'Travelling clairvoyance' -- Telepathy and precognition -- Psychokinesis. Subjects: Astral projection; Parapsychology. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 19: Greenhouse, Herbert B. The Book of Psychic Knowledge: All Your Questions Answered. New York: New American Library, 1975, ©️1973Add to your cart.
Subjects: Parapsychology; Ocultism
Book 20: Gris, Henry, and William Dick. The New Soviet Psychic Discoveries. New York: Warner Books, 1978Add to your cart.
Contents: Part one. Extraordinary individuals: -- Boris Ermolaev, the Russian challenge to Uri Geller -- Tofik Dadashev, successor to Wolf Messing -- Two telekinetic women -- The great telepathy controversy -- The controversy continues -- The Kirlian effect -- Kirlian in person -- The healing hands of the Krivorotovs, father and son -- Varvara Ivanova, the "stormy Petrel" of Soviet PSI -- Ivanova's advice on how to be a psychic and healer -- Part two. The search for new life forms on Earth and beyond: -- The search for extraterrestrial civilizations -- The missing planet Phaeton -- Professor Zigel and the Soviet UFO controversy -- The club of fantasts -- The Tungusky "DIVO" - a warning shot from space? -- On the trail of the Almasty- the Caucasus' abominable snowman -- Part three. The scientific investigations: Dr. Vasili Kasatkin, collector of dreams -- Poliklinika no.26: Hypnotherapy for children -- Hypnotherapy for adults: the Leningrad Hypnotarium -- Dr. Vladimir Raikov: releasing talent in the subconscious -- Dermo-optical perception: The science- and art- of sight-by-touch -- Dr. Victor Inyushin- mobilizing the Kirlian Effect against disease -- PSI technology: the latest breakthroughs -- Conclusions: the aftermath of the Toth case. Subjects: Parapsychology--Soviet Union. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 21: Harary, Keith, and Pamela Weintraub. Have an Out-of-Body Experience in 30 Days: The Free Flight Program. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1989Add to your cart.
Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Book 22: Hay, Louise L. Colors & Numbers 1992. 6th ed. Carson, CA: Hay House, 1987Add to your cart.
Summary: Your personal guide to positive vibrations in daily life. Contents: Introduction -- Colors & numbers at a glance -- Colors & numbers -- Calculating your personal year, month and day -- Using your numbers -- Personal year -- Personal day -- Colors in food chart. Subjects: Symbolism of colors; Color--Psychic aspects; Symbolism of numbers; Numerology. Genre/Form: Self-help publications
Book 23: Holzer, Hans. Window to the Past: Exploring History Through ESP. Illustrated by Catherine Buxhoeveden. Book Club ed. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1969Add to your cart.
Contents: Tuning in the past -- Assassination of a president : Lincoln, Booth, and the traitors within -- Her name was trouble : the secret adventure of Nell Gwyn -- Who landed first in America? -- Will the real Camelot please speak up! -- "Ship of Destiny" : the U.S.F. Constellation -- The secret of Mayerling -- The strange case of the Colonial soldier -- The vindication of Aaron Burr -- A word in parting. Subjects: Psychometry (Parapsychology); Extrasensory perception
Book 24: Lorenzen, Coral E. The Shadow of the Unknown. New York: New American Library, 1970Add to your cart.
Contents: The back of the mind -- The art of prediction -- "Ha'nts" -- Strange archaeological finds -- Mysterious marks in the ground -- Booms, blasts, beeps, and lights -- Mysteries of the sea -- Creatures -- Aerial ice -- Things from out of nowhere -- Airborne anomalies -- The incident at Fatima and others -- Weirdest of the weird. Subjects: Parapsychology
Book 25: Montgomery, Ruth. A World Beyond: A Startling Message from the Eminent Psychic Arthur Ford from Beyond the Grave. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications, 1972, ©️1971Add to your cart.
Subjects: Future life; Spirit writings
Book 26: Muldoon, Sylvan, and Hereward Carrington. The Phenomena of Astral Projection. Rider and Company, London, 1959, [©️1951]Add to your cart.
Contents: The doctrine of astral projection -- Man's spiritual body -- A brief history of the discovery / by S.M. -- The approach of science to this problem -- The key to age-old enigmas -- The nature of the astral world -- The problem question of multiple bodies -- A foundation for faith and future research -- Projections produced by drugs and anaesthetics -- Projections at the time of accident or illness -- Projections at the time of death -- Projections due to suppressed desire and other spontaneous factors - Projections in which 'Spirits' were involved or seen -- Experimental and hypnotic projection -- Spontaneous projections- during sleep -- Spontaneous projects- in the waking state -- Cases in brief: nos. 1-36. Subjects: Astral projection. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 27: Muldoon, Sylvan J., and Hereward Carrington. The Projection of the Astral Body. New ed. London: Rider and Company, 1950Add to your cart.
Subjects: Astral projection; Parapsychology
Book 28: O’Donnell, Elliott. Strange Disappearances. Forward by Leslie Shepard. Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1972Add to your cart.
Contents: The mystery of the masked sultana -- The skeleton in the cellar -- Benjamin Bathurst -- The mysteries of Eishausen -- Philip Christopher von Königsmarck -- What became of Martin Guerre -- The nun of Gibraltar -- Jean Petit, "Lord of the bloody hand" -- The prisoner of Weichselmunde -- A Northampton disappearance -- The cripple of Mogsden -- The case of the Rev. Benjamin Speke -- Urban Napoleon Stranger and the disappearances at West Ham. Subjects: Disappearances (Parapsychology); Ghost stories
Book 29: Pike, James A. and Diane Kennedy. The Other Side: An Account of My Experiences with Psychic Phenomena. Book Club ed. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1968Add to your cart.
Subjects: Spiritualism; Parapsychology
Book 30: Raudive, Konstantin. Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead. Translated by Nadia Fowler, edited by Joyce Morton, preface by Peter Bander. New York: Taplinger Publishing Company, 1971Add to your cart.
English Translation of: Unhörbares wird hörbar Contents: The phenomenon: -- Introduction -- First contacts -- First steps towards experiments -- Methods of recording. Microphone ; Radio ; Radio-microphone ; Frequency-transmitter ; Diode -- The language of the voices and how they speak -- Play-back of recordings -- Speech-content of recordings: -- Individual manifestations: Mother ; Aunt ; Sister Tekle ; Brother Alexis ; Sonja/Liepina ; Aileen Finlayson ; Margarete Petrautski ; Further close friends ; Latvians, Latvia and Latgale ; Writers and artists: Latvian writers and poets - Writers of the other nations ; Psychologists and parapsychologists ; Statesmen ; A multitiude of voices -- Stregthening contacts: Experiments in partnership ; The presence of the voice-entities- "We are here- we see - we hear" ; Their indepedence and power of judgement ; Their encouragement, help and advice ; Their warnings ; Their gratitude -- Two worlds: Religious and ethical factors ; Relationship of the entities to Earth ; Here and hereafter- the anti-world- the bridge, crossing and customs-points ; Existence after death ; Conditions in the world of the voice-entities ; Transport, travel and place-names -- Practical problems of communication: Spidola ; Technical questions: Radio ; Radar ; Transmitting stations -- Recordings with Collaborators: -- Mr. Bernard Weiss, physicist -- Mr. Karlis Lidums, building contractor -- Parapsychological society of Switzerland -- Mrs. Irma Millere, educationalist -- Miss A. Morgenthaler, teacher (a) -- Miss A. Morgenhaler, teacher 9b) -- Dr. Arnold Reincke -- Mr. F. Scherer, electro technical expoert, and Mr. G. Inhoffen, photographer -- Dr. hans Naegeli, psychiatrist, mrs. K. Nager, psychologist -- Mr. Gerd Kra,mer, assistant headmaster, Mrs. H. Kramer and Mr. G. Inhoffen -- Dr. R. Zimmerman -- Dr. Arnold Reincke (a) -- Dr. Arnold Reincke (b) -- Miss A. Morgenthaler -- Zenta Maurina, Ph.D., writer -- Mr. Friedrich Jürgenson -- Mr. Valerij Tarsis, writer -- Mr. K. Bauers, singer -- Mr. F. Scherer -- Professor Dr. Hans Bender, psychologist, and Dr. F. Karger, physicist -- The Swiss Parapsychological Society -- Mr. H. von Guilleaume, publisher --Mrs. Cornelia Brunner, psychologist, and Mrs. N. von Muralt, parapsychologist -- Valeriji Tarsis, writer and Dr. Hildegard Diertrich -- Professor Dr. Werner Brunner, Mrs. Ida Bianchi and Mr. Peter Rutishauser -- Miss Helen Schnidheiny, graphologist, and Miss Katrin Bolli -- Results of Partnership Experiments: -- The mother of the experimenter -- Tekle -- C. G. Jung -- Margarete Petrautzki -- Professor Gebhard Frei -- Edvards Virza -- Karlis Skalbe -- Vilis Lācis -- Collaborators: Miss A. Morgenthaler  -- Miss Ilse Diersche -- Dr. Wilhelmina Hennequin --- Mr. felix Scherer -- Mr. Valerij Tarsis -- Dr.. Zenta Maurina -- Mr. and Mrs Inhoffen -- Conclusion -- Appendices: The expert's report: Theologians and philosophers. The Rev. Prof. Dr. Gebhard Frei -- The Rt. Rev. Mgr. Prof. Dr. Charles Pfleger -- Dr. Zenta Maurina -- The Rev. Voldemars A. Rolle -- The Rev. Fr. Leo Schmid -- Psychologists and parapsychologists: Dr. Theo Locher -- Dr. Hans Naegeli -- Mrs. Katharina Nager -- Friedrich Jürgenson -- Mrs. Cornelia Brunner -- Mrs. N. von Muralt -- Professor Walter H. Uphoff -- Physicists and electronic engineers: Professor Alex Schnieder -- Theodor Rudolph -- Franz Seidl -- J.M. Meier -- Ralph Lovelock -- The collaborators' comment: -- Karlis Lidums -- Dr. Arnold Reincke -- Dr. R. Fatzer -- Dr. Rudolf Zimmermann -- Mrs. I.. Millere -- Miss A. Morgenthaler -- Valerij and Hanni Tarsis -- Professor Atis Teichmanis -- Kārlis Bauers -- Herwart v. Guilleaume -- Dr. Wilhelmine Hennequin -- The Listeners verify -- Extract from article by Holger Ess. Subjects: Electronic voice phenomenon; Parapsychology. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 31: Rogo, D. Scott. NAD. Postscript by Robert Crookall. New York: University Books, 1970Add to your cart.
Summary: Here for the first time is any book, is a full-bodied, critical appraisal of the extraordinary phenomenon known as NAD - a Sanscrit term signifying transcendental, celestial, astral, psychic, or paranormal music. Contents: NAD - Introduction -- NAD and out-of-the-body travel -- NAD in normal states of consciousness -- NAD - related to death -- NAD, hauntings,, and the psychic ether -- NAD, mystics, and mediums -- NAD - some further cases -- NAD and its relevancy to the survival issue -- Postscript by Dr. Robert Crookall -- Appendix A. The supreme adventure: The journey into death -- B. A survey of literature on the out-of-the-body experience. Subjects: Parapsychology; Harmony of the spheres. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 32: Schurmacher, Emile C. True Tales of Terror. Paperback Library ed.New York: Paperback Library, 1972Add to your cart.
Contents: Introduction -- The hand that wouldn't behave -- Madman over Des Moines -- "Roses are red ..." -- Nightmare in the morgue -- Larry Gomez and the UFO -- The voice inside of Ronnie Ecker's head  -- Mayday on the Mississippi -- Jinx of the sea bunny -- One way ride -- Siege of the mad mouse -- Dream's end -- Axes for two -- The $500,000 cat -- Hurricane in the Bayou -- Royal Ghost of Gotham -- "The lions are eating Ed alive!" -- Whiteout -- Tragedy of a good samaritan -- Case of the deadly V-141 -- Ill-met by moonlight -- Invitation to murder -- Armada from outer space -- The unexplainable homecoming -- Burnt offerings -- Spectre of the nyphomaniac Indian princess -- The crawling terror -- Journey into fear. Subjects: Supernatural; Disasters; Terror. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 33: Seth, and Jane Roberts. Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul. Notes by Robert F. Butts. New York: Bantam Books, 1974Add to your cart.
Contents: Part one. I do not have a physical body, yet I am writing this book -- My present environment, work, and activities -- My work and those dimensions of reality into which it takes me -- Reincarnational dramas -- How thoughts form matter- coordination points -- The soul and the nature of perception -- The potentials of the soul -- Sleep, dreams, and consciousness -- Part tow. The "death" experience -- "Death" conditions of life -- After-death choices and the mechanics of transition -- Reincarnational relationships -- Reincarnation, dreams, and the hidden male and female within the Self -- Stories of the beginning and the multidimensional God -- Reincarnational civilizations, probabilities, and more on the multidimensional God - Probably systems, men, and Gods -- Probabilities, the nature of good and evil, and religious symbolism -- Various stages of consciousness, symbolism, and multiple focus -- Questions and answers -- The meaning of religion -- A good-bye and an introduction: aspects of multidimensional personality as viewed through my own experience. Subject: Spiritualism; Reincarnation. Genre/Form: Spirit writings
Book 34: Seth, and Jane Roberts. The “Unknown” Reality. Notes and introduction by Robert F. Butts. Seth Book 1. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice- Hall, 1977Add to your cart.
Collection Contains Volume One Only. Subjects: Reality; Reincarnation. Genre/Form: Spirit writings
Book 35: Steiger, Brad. Astral Projection. Rockport, MA: Para Research, 1982Add to your cart.
Contents: Mind travelling through time and space -- The spiritual body of man -- Projection at the time of accident -- leaving the body during intense pain -- Out-of-body experiences during illness -- Projection at the moment of death -- Masters, teachers and guides -- Conscious out-of-body-projections -- Doppelgangers and human doubles -- Teleportation and bilocation -- Encounters with spirits of the dead -- The old pros -- Some experiments with hypnosis -- Visiting a haughty lady from Old Scotland -- Into the time tunnel -- Hypnosis, mind control and ESP -- Medical diagnosis and therapy through mind travel -- Science looks at consciousness and out-of-body experience. Subjects: Astral projection
Book 36: Turvey, Vincent N.. The Beginnings of Seership: Astral Projection, Clairvoyance and Prophecy. New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, 1969Add to your cart.
Contents: Introduction to American edition -- Author's foreword -- Voucher -- Preface by W.T. Stead -- Introduction -- Ordinary clairvoyance -- Public clairvoyance -- "Spirit" visitants -- Long-distance clairvoyance -- Phone-voyance -- Prophecies -- Functioning in the "mental body". Subjects: Clairvoyance; Prophecies; Astral projection
Book 37: Weed, Joseph J. Psychic Energy: How to Change Desires into Reality. Paperback Library ed. New York: Parker Publishing Company, 1970Add to your cart.
Contents: How psychic energy manifests itself -- Techniques to increase and control your psychic energy -- The gift of prophecy and how you may power it with psychic energy -- How great writers, composers, artists and inventors employ psychic energy to gain inspiration -- How to employ psychic energy to influence others to help you -- How psychic energy is used in dowsing to find riches in the earth, lost articles, and people -- How psychic energy enables you to see yourself and others as having appeared in past lives -- The role psychic energy plays in the apports presented in spiritualistic and similar paranormal manifestations -- The various ways in which psychic sensitivity manifests -- How psychic energy can bring you premonitions and help you become clairvoyant -- How psychic energy can help you develop clairaudience and psychometry powers -- How to employ psychic energy to send and receive telepathic messages -- How you can achieve psychic projection by employing psychic energy -- How to employ psychic energy to raise your consciousness to higher levels. Subjects: Psychic energy (Psychoanalysis); Occultism; Success. Genre/Form: Self-help publications
Book 38: Wheeler, David R. Journey to the Other Side. Temple Books ed. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1976Add to your cart.
Contents: A personal glimpse at the other side -- One man's journey to the other side -- The profound changes -- Visions in dying -- A talk with God -- Golden streets and pearly gates -- The other body -- Evidence of a soul -- The believers -- The perfect place -- Searches for the other side -- The religious experience -- Does the other side exist? -- The joy of death -- The spirit world -- The other side. Subjects: Near-death experiences; Death. Genre/Form: Case studies
Book 39: Wilson, Collin. Mysteries. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1980, ©️1978Add to your cart.
Subjects: Parapsychology; Occultism
Book 40: Winer, Richard, and Nancy Osborn Ishmael. More Haunted Houses. Toronto: Bantam Books, 1981Add to your cart.
Contents: The house of curses -- The lady -- Ghosts with a sex drive -- The house that reeks of death -- No escape even in death -- Crashing chandeliers and death -- Ghosts of the sea -- Ghosts of the railroad -- Animals that return -- Cult of the undead -- Roaming spirits -- A house of things that were -- Ghosts of liberty hall -- Battlefield ghosts -- The old slave house -- Ghost theaters -- The ghosts of the Dakota -- The ghosts of the Hosts -- The haunted elevator. Subjects: Haunted places; Haunted houses; Ghosts

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