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1. CODE NAME MULBERRY: The planning Building and Operation of the Normandy Harbours - by Guy Hartcup 2006

Allied leaders and military planners realized early in preparations for the invasion of NW Europe that the massive forces required to defeat Hitler's armies needed constant re-supply of men, equipment, ammunition, fuel and other materials. These would have to come in by sea but it was known that the Germans would not only defend the few major ports but destroy them before withdrawing. The drastic answer was to build two artificial harbors. This extraordinary venture involved the most ingenious engineering and staggering amounts of construction. All this was achieved in a short space of time. Under conditions of great secrecy, codenamed MULBERRY, two sites in Scotland were established. The book describes not just the methods used but the men who made this miracle possible. How these massive structures fared and the contribution they made is told in this fascinating book.

2. No Place to Hide - by Robert O'Harrow 2005

In No Place to Hide, award-winning Washington Post reporter Robert O'Harrow, Jr., pulls back the curtain on an unsettling trend: the emergence of a data-driven surveillance society intent on giving us the conveniences and services we crave, like cell phones, discount cards, and electronic toll passes, while watching us more closely than ever before. He shows that since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, the information industry giants have been enlisted as private intelligence services for homeland security. And at a time when companies routinely collect billions of details about nearly every American adult, No Place to Hide shines a bright light on the sorry state of information security, revealing how people can lose control of their privacy and identities at any moment.

3. The Serpent's Gift: Gnostic Reflections on the Study of Religion - by Jeffrey J. Kripal 2006

Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field.” With those words in Genesis, God condemns the serpent for tempting Adam and Eve, and the serpent has shouldered the blame ever since. But how would the study of religion change if we looked at the Fall from the snake’s point of view? Would he appear as a bringer of wisdom, more generous than the God who wishes to keep his creation ignorant?

Inspired by the early Gnostics who took that startling view, Jeffrey J. Kripal uses the serpent as a starting point for a groundbreaking reconsideration of religious studies and its methods. In a series of related essays, he moves beyond both rational and faith-based approaches to religion, exploring the erotics of the gospels and the sexualities of Jesus, John, and Mary Magdalene. He considers Feuerbach’s Gnosticism, the untapped mystical potential of comparative religion, and even the modern mythology of the X-Men.

Ultimately, The Serpent’s Gift is a provocative call for a complete reorientation of religious studies, aimed at a larger understanding of the world, the self, and the divine.

4. The Hollow Earth - Subterranean Civilizations - Agartha

5. A cavity in the centre of the Earth?

One of the formulations of the celebrated
Newton’s law of universal gravitation of the bodies
states: “Each particle in the Universe attracts
whichever other particle with a force (F) rightly
proportional to the product of their masses (m1m2) and
inversely proportional to the square of the distance
is the gravitational
constant. The stipulation is made that the distance is
measured between the centres of the bodies, which
doesn’t mean that the gravitational force in some way
“goes out” from these points, or that the whole mass of
the bodies is concentrated in their centres. In fact all
particles, comprising the material bodies, mutually
attract themselves, but their summary action is such that
the resultant force of attraction is directed along the line,
connecting the centres of the bodies.

6. The Geometry of Art and Life - by Matila Ghyka 1977

This classic study probes the geometric interrelationships between art and life in discussions that range from Plato, Pythagoras and Archimedes to modern architecture and art, flowers, shells and marine life, the human face and much, much more. Also explored: the Golden Section, geometrical shapes on the plane, geometrical shapes in space, crystal lattices and many other fascinating topics.

7. The Works: Anatomy of a City - by Kate Ascher 2005

Have you ever wondered how the water in your faucet gets there? Where your garbage goes? What all the pipes underneath city streets do? For those who have ever stopped mid-crosswalk, looked around at a rapidly moving metropolis, and asked themselves "How does it all work?," The Works is required reading.

How much do you really know about the systems that keep a city alive? The Works: Anatomy of a City contains everything you ever wanted to know about what makes New York City run. When you flick on your light switch the light goes on—how? When you put out your garbage, where does it go? When you flush your toilet, what happens to the waste? How does water get from a reservoir in the mountains to your city faucet? How do flowers get to your corner store from Holland, or bananas get there from Ecuador? Who is operating the traffic lights all over the city? And what in the world is that steam coming out from underneath the potholes on the street? Across the city lies a series of extraordinarily complex and interconnected systems. Often invisible, and wholly taken for granted, these are the systems that make urban life possible.

The Works: Anatomy of a City offers a cross section of this hidden infrastructure, using beautiful, innovative graphic images combined with short, clear text explanations to answer all the questions about the way things work in a modern city. It describes the technologies that keep the city functioning, as well as the people who support them—the pilots that bring the ships in over the Narrows sandbar, the sandhogs who are currently digging the third water tunnel under Manhattan, the television engineer who scales the Empire State Building's antenna for routine maintenance, the electrical wizards who maintain the century-old system that delivers power to subways.

Did you know that the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is so long, and its towers are so high, that the builders had to take the curvature of the earth's surface into account when designing it? Did you know that the George Washington Bridge takes in approximately $1 million per day in tolls? Did you know that retired subway cars travel by barge to the mid-Atlantic, where they are dumped overboard to form natural reefs for fish? Or that if the telecom cables under New York were strung end to end, they would reach from the earth to the sun? While the book uses New York as its example, it has relevance well beyond that city's boundaries as the systems that make New York a functioning metropolis are similar to those that keep the bright lights burning in big cities everywhere.

8. Top Secret: Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars 1998

This is the top secret manual found by accident in 1986 by an employee of Boeing Aircraft who bought a surplus IBM copier for scrap parts and found the manual inside. Much of it has come to pass - it planned to control the masses through manipulation of industry, education and politics, and to divert the public's attention from what's really going on.

9. Tantra Magick - An Amookos Manual 1992

In this book you will find the first three sects of instructions for the Tantrik group AMOOKOS (the Arcane and Magickal Order of the Knights of Shamhala). For the first time, we reveal publicly the methods, rites and philosophy pursued by an inner group of initiates within the Order. This book shows how the esoteric strands of east and west are fused together into a practical system which has as its purpose the unveiling of the spiritual potential latent in every individual."

10. Stargazing Basics: Getting Started in Recreational Astronomy - by Paul E. Kinzer 2008

How do I get started in Astronomy? Should I buy binoculars or a telescope? What can I expect to see? This wonderful informal guide has all the answers for an absolute beginner to get started observing the night sky. It begins with advice on how to choose appropriate and affordable equipment and accessories, and covers basic stargazing techniques, from observing with the naked eye to binoculars and telescopes. It then takes you on a tour of the night sky, covering the Moon, Sun, stars, planets, and more. Photos taken by the author, himself, will show how objects in the sky actually look through modest amateur equipment. Whether you are a parent thinking of buying a telescope for your children, or a newcomer yourself, this book has all you need to know to take the first steps into the fascinating world of astronomy.

11. How to Find Lost Objects - by Professor Solomon 2008

In this practical yet entertaining work, the Professor shows how to track down anything that’s been misplaced. Keys, cash, documents, jewelry, household items—all can be located with ease, using his method. HOW TO FIND LOST OBJECTS takes the reader on a comprehensive tour of the art of finding. You’ll learn about …

12. The Cannabis Grow Bible - by Greg Green 2003

This guide offers methods for growers who want to maximize the yield and potency of their crop. It explains the "Screen of Green" technique that gives a higher yield using fewer plants, an important development for American growers who, if caught, are penalized according to number of plants. The Cannabis Grow Bible is an authoritative source that features almost 200 color and black-and-white photographs, charts, and tables. With an emphasis on the day-to-day aspects of maintaining a garden and European expertise, this book ensures that growers will enjoy a successful harvest.

13. A New World Order: Grassroots Movements for Global Change - by Paul Ekins 1992

Hard hitting, yet hopeful, Ekins combines a compendium of our planet's greatest ills with stirring, real-life examples of people breaking out of old moulds to become practical problem solvers.' Frances Moore Lappe

14. THE SACRED MUSHROOM AND THE CROSS: A study of the nature and origins of Christianity within the fertility cults of the ancient Near East - by John M. Allegro 2000

No one religion in the ancient Near East can be studied in isolation. All stem from man’s first
questioning about the origin of life and how to ensure his own survival. He has always been
acutely conscious of his insufficiency. However much he progressed technically, making clothes,
shelter, conserving food and water supplies, and so on, the forces of nature were always greater
than he. The winds would blow away his shelter, the sun parch his crops, wild beasts prey on his
animals: he was always on the defensive in a losing battle. Out of this sense of dependency and
frustration, religion was born.
Somehow man had to establish communications with the source of the world’s fertility, and
thereafter maintain a right relationship with it. Over the course of time he built up a body of
experiential knowledge of rituals that he or his representatives could perform, or words to recite,
which were reckoned to have the greatest influence on this fertility deity. At first they were
largely imitative. If rain in the desert lands was the source of life, then the moisture from heaven
must be only a more abundant kind of spermatozoa. If the male organ ejaculated this precious
fluid and made life in the woman, then above the skies the source of nature’s semen must be a
mighty penis, as the earth which bore its offspring was the womb. It followed therefore that to
induce the heavenly phallus to complete its orgasm, man must stimulate it by sexual means, by
singing, dancing, orgiastic displays and, above all, by the performance of the copulatory act itself:
However &r man progressed in his control of the world about him there remained a large gap
between what he wanted at any one time and what he could achieve on his own account. There
was always some unscalable mountain, some branch of knowledge which remained unpenetrable,
some disease with no known cure. It seemed to him that if he had managed painstakingly to grope
his way to a knowledge and dexterity so far above the animals, then in some mysterious way his
thinkers and artisans must have been tapping a source of wisdom no less real than the rain that
fructified the ground. The heavenly penis, then, was not only the source of life-giving semen, it
was the origin of knowledge. The seed of God was the Word of God.


My Personal Research, Powerful Deception, Underground Bases
And Civilizations, Hollow Earth Theory, The Diary Of Admiral
Richard E. Byrd, Defining The Geographic And Magnetic Poles,
Polar Explorers And Olaf Jansen, The Nazis, McMurdo Station
And The South Pole, Wooly Mammoths, The Subterranean Tunnel
System, Mount Shasta, San Andreas Fault And The Judgment Of
California, The Martian Ice Caps, Planetary Polar Flashes,
The Aurora Borealis, Aurora Australis And The Mini-Sun
During the course of a two year period which extended from
about early 1995 to the Spring of 1997, I undertook a
serious study of some of the more questionable ideas and
theories which have become quite prominent in Western
society since the early part of this century. Labeled as
'fringe ideas' by most level-headed people, this study
included an in-depth look into such areas as the Alien/UFO
phenomenon, government conspiracy theories, New Age thought
and other related topics. In undertaking this study, like
most people, I was partially motivated by my own curiosity,
as well as by a personal desire to expand my understanding
of such matters so that I could write about them in a more
knowledgeable fashion. To emphasize the degree of dedication
to which I performed this research, allow me to inform you
that at one point, I had collected over one thousand and
three hundred files related to these different areas of
thought. These files included hundreds and hundreds of
reports, personal testimonies, book extracts, commentaries,
and some of the best UFO photographs available via the
Internet. I spent a great deal of money and time to collect
this information; and I read every single bit of it; a
project which took me literally months and months to

16. From Mu To Thule And the Inner Earth A Journey Into the Theoretical Past - by Gerry Forster

In this article, I ask the reader to accompany me upon an intriguing journey
through the dimly-remembered, faintly-recorded archaic world of our ancient ancestors.
We shall be guided by some of those great imaginative visionaries who tirelessly
endeavoured to fill in some of the blanks pages of the legendary past history of this
mysterious world of ours. Much of what had virtually faded away into pure myth has
been steadily fleshed-out again down the centuries by Greek and Roman scholars like
Plato, Herodatus and Tacitus; intrepid explorer-archaeologists like James Churchward,
Percy H. Fawcett, and Heinrich Schliemann, and mystic-explorers like Nicholas Roerich
and Theodore Illion. Theosophists and philosophers like Helena Blavatsky, W. Scott-
Elliot and Rudolph Steiner, and even gifted seers like Edgar Cayce, have also played their
Nor should we overlook the input of such authorities on Thule and the Aryan race
as Julius Evola and Joscelyn Godwin, or researchers into hidden underground and inner
earth empires such as Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Saint-Yves and even the Nazi historian,
Miguel Serrano. Polar explorers like Sir George Wilkins, Fridjof Nansen and Richard E.
Byrd also have their input to make on matters Borealic. Nor is the inspired fiction of
famed writers Verne, Poe and Rice Burroughs overlooked for its useful contribution in
fanning the flames of imagination that have revitalized this almost fogotten part of the
world’s history.
A great deal has been recorded and written about such great empires and nations as
ancient Egypt, Greece, Troy, Rome, Assyria, Persia and even India, Tibet and China, but
here I seek to remind the reader of the more esoteric and archaic empires of Mu, Atlantis,
Osiria, Hyperborea, and Agharta. The ancient empires from which these later and better-
known ones were originally born! Thus our partly-proven – partly-theoretical journey
begins with the tropical paradise of ancient Mu and takes us via a tortuous route to the
polar paradise of Hyperborean Thule, and thence to the Interior World which lies hidden
just beyond!

Let us then set forth on our travels through the mists of time with open minds and
the readiness to acquire whatever wisdom and knowledge our individual minds are willing
to accept as we go!

17. What Curiosity in the Structure: The Hollow Earth in Science - by Duane Griffin.

The idea of the hollow Earth has blossomed prodigiously in myth, religion, literature, and
other facets of popular culture, but it has failed to thrive in the realm of orthodox science.
The reasons for this failure are simple: science traffics in observations and explanations
that can be used to make accurate predictions about the behavior of phenomena in nature.
There is no empirical evidence for an intraplanetary void, a great deal of evidence to the
contrary, and the hollow Earth model explains nothing about the physical world that
cannot be explained more simply and completely (if more prosaically) by other means.
This has not always been the case, however, and the hollow Earth does intersect the
realm of science at least twice.

18. Nazi's And The Hollow Earth

The idea of a hollow earth was first thought up by the English
astronomer Edmund Halley in 1692.
The Navajo legends teach that the forerunners of man came
from beneath the earth.
The Pueblo Indians' mythology places their gods' place of
origin as being an inner world connected to the surface people
by a hole in the north
In April 1942, Nazi Germany sent out an expedition composed
of its most visionary scientists to seek a military vantage
point in the "Hollow Earth."
Legend says that Hitler and many of his Nazi minions escaped
Germany in the closing days of World War II and fled to
Antarctica where at the South Pole they had discovered an
entrance to the Earth's interior.
According to the Hollow Earth Research Society in Ontario,
Canada, they are still there. After the war, the organization
claims, the Allies discovered that more than 2,000 scientists
from Germany and Italy had vanished, along with almost a
million people, to the land beyond the South Pole.
Nazi scientists struggle through the snow following a native
Indian guide. The large rim of an extinct volcano appears.
Nazi soldiers walk up to the rim and toss ropes over the
edge. The Nazis Nazi soldiers prepare to descend into the
crater. The Indian GUIDE walks over to the NAZI LEADER.

19. Is Our Earth Hollow? A Hypothetical Dissertation - by Gerry Forster 2000

Why are “Hollow Earthers” simply not getting anywhere in their
sincere quest for the fabled “Inner Earth”, which is believed to exist
within Earth’s 800-miles thick outer crustal shell?
Can it be because orthodox science is correct in believing that our
planet (like all the other terrestrial planets) is a solid-crusted and
semi-molten ball of rock, through to its central core? Or is it because
they have no possible way of knowing if it is actually solid, or not?
Or could it, as many have suggested, be due to some world-wide
secretive “Cover-Up” by powerful global political power groups and all
the scientific organizations which they control?
Here, acting as an alternative-science investigator, I will endeavour to
present a even-handed but critical examination of the prevailing
concepts in an effort to discover if there is any basis of real truth
behind the present-day revival of all the time-honoured “Hollow Earth”
reports,myths, legends and theories.
Read on and decide for yourself what is the real truth behind the
whole concept of a hollow inner earth, and what a political and
mercenary power-group on the surface might stand to gain or lose by
the honest revelation or admission of the existence of such a vast
new territory, which would immediately become available for all
manner of exploitation and territorial annexation by the nation who
discovered it - if it were proved to actually exist!

20. THE SECRET SOCIETIES - by Mural Vance

The original home of the secret societies: "That all the mysteries throughout the
world were the same in substance, being derived from one source, and celebrated in
honor of the same deities, though acknowledged under different appellations, is further
evidenced from the fact that they are traced to the plains of Shinar before the dispersion
of mankind."--The Traditions, Origin, and Early History of Freemasonry, Pierson, 33°,
Past Grand Master, Past Grand High Priest, p. 233, in the first 384 pages of this work
bear the page heading "Coincidences with the Mysteries."
"Throughout the Euphrates region are found the first evidences of the cultivation
of Masonry." Frank C. Higgins, 32° p. 23. Ancient Free Masonry.
"The universal sentiment of the Masons of the present day is to confer upon
Solomon, King of Israel, the honor of being their 'First Grand Master.' But the Legend of
the Craft had long before, though there was a tradition of the temple extant, bestowed, at
least by implication, that title upon Nimrod, the King of Babylonia and Assyria. It had
attributed the first organization of a fraternity to him...."--History of Freemasonry, Mackey
and Singleton, vol. l, p. 63.*
Others, specializing on the Egyptian religion, consider Egypt as the original
home: "Indeed we may look on the Great pyramid as the first true Masonic temple in the
world."--Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man, Churchward, p. 9. This writer further
declares that the entire ritual, the signs and symbols, "as we use and practice in our
rites," as well as many of those to be found in the Christian church, have their Origin in
Egypt. p.11.
"From what has been hinted at above, it will be clear to every Freemason and
Rosicrucian that from a careful study of the ancient Egyptian religion can be gleaned
much which will guide them to a correct interpretation of those mysteries with which they
are already acquainted."--The Symbolism of the Gods of the Egyptians and the Light
They Throw on Freemasonry, Dr. Thomas M. Stewart, p. 18.
"Egyptian Mysteries. Egypt has always been considered as the birthplace of the
mysteries.. . .from Egypt ... this system of symbols was disseminated through Greece
and Rome and other countries of Europe and Asia, giving origin, through many
intermediate steps, to that mysterious association which is now represented by the
Institution of Freemasonry."--An Ency. of Freemasonry, Mackey and McClenachan, art.
Egyptian Mysteries.

21. PRINCIPLES OF THE IMPERIAL NEW WORLD ORDER - by Edward S. Herman,David Peterson 2008

WE have to recognize that in the Imperial New World Order
(INWO), with the Soviet Union gone, and an aggressive and
highly militarized United States projecting its great power
across the globe, destabilizing and devastating in all its major areas of operation
in the alleged interest of liberation and stability, a revised set of principles should
be discernible. Most of these are hardly new, but even more audaciously than in
the past they translate power relationships into affirmations of rights or the
denial of these very same rights, with the ensuing double standards applicable
pretty much across the board. The real-world significance of these INWO princi-
ples thus depends on three factors: (a) whether Washington affirms them for itself
(and directly or by implication for its close allies, clients and hangers-on); (b)
whether Washington denies them to its enemies; and (c) whether Washington
doesn’t care one way or the other. As we show below, these power-based affirma-
tions or denials of rights are accepted among the powerful, from the leaders of the
Western states, political candidates, and top UN officials, to the establishment
media and the intellectuals whose voices can be heard. They represent the insti-
tutionalization of a system of power in which justice is inoperative and its perver-
sion hidden in clouds of rhetoric and obfuscation.
1. Aggression rights: The United States enjoys first-class aggression rights and
has long been able to violate the UN Charter prohibition against the “supreme
international crime” as a matter of course and without the slightest penalty
(Vietnam and the whole of Indochina, Panama, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq). Its
most important client, Israel, has been able to do the same (Lebanon in 1982 and
2006, along with Syria, Algeria, and the Occupied Palestinian Territories), also
Without penalty. Among the intellectual and political classes of both countries,
the objections raised to these aggressions have been almost entirely pragmatic
and concerned with their effectiveness, costs (to the aggressor), and possible mis-
management. But the aggression rights have not been challenged, either within
the aggressing states or internationally. The rule of law implicitly applies only to

22. The CIA in the New World Order: Intelligence Challenges Through 2015

Thank you for the warm introduction. I’m delighted to represent our Director, George Tenet, at the Smithsonian Associates’
"Campus on the Mall." This is an exceptional public education program that takes on today’s challenging issues in a creative
and stimulating manner that is in keeping with benefactor James Smithson’s well-known commitment to what he called the
"increase and diffusion of knowledge." I look forward after my remarks to your comments and questions, which, for me, is the
"value added" of having to listen to myself talk.
When my former boss, Bob Gates, was here in 1992, he entitled his address, "The End of the Cold War: Where Do We Go
From Here?" I actually had thought of calling mine, "Ten Years After the Cold War: Where Do We Go From Here?" Now, the
typical Washington cynic would say that this just proves intelligence bureaucrats are notoriously slow in responding to
On this subject, I hear that a world-renowned geologist lectured here recently about some ancient rock formations in the
American Mid-West. "It took over two hundred million years to complete this," he pointed out in one dramatic interlude. A
member of the audience shouted, "Was that an Intelligence Community project?"
I am proud to say that the US Intelligence Community today is in much better shape than that. What we have learned in the
eight years since Bob Gates stood here is that, absent the remarkably stable order of the Cold War world, global change is a
constant. The answer to Bob’s question, "Where do we go from here?" will always be a work-in-progress requiring closer
collaboration across the Intelligence Community, greater investment in technology and skills, and in fresh approaches to both
analysis and collection. This recognition is at the heart of George Tenet’s strategic direction.
In fact, the world and the workplace of the CIA analyst have changed more in the past decade than in the previous 40 years of
the Agency’s existence. The single strategic threat from the Soviet Union, a remarkably stable intelligence target throughout the Cold War, has gone and is not coming back. Threats to the United States today are more diverse and dispersed —
distributed, if you will — and intelligence priorities shift continuously — presenting a tougher and enduring environment for
both collection and analysis.

23. Bush's New World Order - The Meaning Behind the Words 1997

24. Mysteries of Babylon & Pagan Sabbaths - By Deborjah Taylor

II Kings 23:3-5: Then the king (Josiah) stood upon the
pillar and made a covenant before Jahwah to walk after
Jahwah – to keep His commandments and His
testimonies and His Set-time Ordinances with all their
heart and soul, thus reviving the terms of the covenant
which were written in this book. And all the people
pledged their allegiance to the covenant. Then the king
commanded the high priest Hilkiah, the deputy high
priest, and the doorkeepers to remove from the temple of Jahwah all the vessels made for Baal, for Asherah/grove,
and for all the host of heaven…. He expelled the pagan
priests ordained by the kings of Judah to burn incense on
the high places of the cities of Judah, and on those
around Jerusalem – those pagan priests who burned
incense to Baal – to the Sun, to the Moon, and to the
planets [the seven heavenly lights that rule over the days
of the pagan week] –to all the host of heaven.

Has Satan truly deceived the whole world? Can we really believe this? If this is true, how
has he deceived the whole world? Does the Bible and history give us a clue? What was
Nimrod?s Tower of Babel all about? Did it have anything to do with changing Jahwah's
calendar? Has the Babylonian Mysteries and the worship of Nimrod been Satan?s
instrument in deceiving the whole world? Has Satan given the world a false Sabbath – a
false appointed time to meet with Jahwah?

25. The Secret Plan of Canberra (Occult Masonic Architecture of Australia's Capital) - by Peter
Proudfoot 1994

26. The Lost Key: An Explanation and Application of the Masonic Symbols - by Prentiss Tucker

Symbols play a big part in our lives, but we often take them for granted. To illustrate the meaning of symbols this book uses the example of the American flag, and explains what the symbols found on the flag really mean. The important point is that without an understanding of American history we'd not know how to interpret the symbols on our flag. The same holds true for all symbols. Lacking enough background information causes us, many times, to miss their full meaning.

The Lost Key is a book for Freemasons, and explains the meanings of their symbols. Masons are members of a longstanding fraternal order that functions along the lines of a mystical brotherhood. A number of rituals are performed as one progresses up the ranks, usually in the form of an initiation. Often times Masons themselves do not know what the symbols within these rituals truly mean while they are being performed -- so therefore do not fully understand what they are really doing and the true purpose of the initiation.

There are thirty-three degrees, or levels, in Freemasonry. This particular book covers the symbols found within the first three degrees of Freemasonry, making this an excellent guidebook for the beginning Mason, as well as providing a more complete understanding for those in the higher levels who administer or oversee their rituals.

In recent years statistics show that Freemasonry has begun to lose some of its members. The older books like The Lost Key have gone out of print and younger Masons may not have fully understood the purpose of their initiations -- at least enough to hold their interest. The symbols found within Freemasonry operate on a number of different levels. Now that The Lost Key has been "found" and is back in print once again, it may help to enrich an organization that traditionally attracts high-standing members of communities across North America and the rest of the world.

27. (The Daily Grail Presents) Sub Rosa magazine,Where Science And Magick,Myth And History Meet

here are the only six issue of Sub Rosa magazine packed in 1 file. Theses are really well done. From year 2005-06 Various subject, Manly P. Hall, Crowley, Crop Circles, Secret Society, Mysteries...

28. Mysteries Of The Pyramid - by David H. Lewis

Mr. Lewis has indeed discovered the long suspected hidden chambers under the Great Pyramid of Giza. A fantastic true account better than any Indiana Jones story. Mind boggling in it''s implications for humanity. This information is suppressed and hard to find. Also included 3 articles
not written by David H Lewis but related to subject matter. A terrific read!

29. The Gnostic Bible: Gnostic Texts of Mystical Wisdom form the Ancient and Medieval Worlds - by Willis Barnstone and Marvin Meyer

This book may well be the most comprehensive collection of Gnostic materials ever gathered in one volume. After a dry introduction to current debates about gnosticism (by Meyer) and a luminous, marvelously literary introduction to issues of translation (by Barnstone), the bulk of the text is taken up with primary sources, which are drawn from three continents and span an astonishing 13 centuries. These are helpfully organized into various schools of Gnostic tradition: Sethian, Valentinian, Syrian, Hermetic, Mandaean, Manichaean, and--in an unusual move--relatively late Islamic and Cathar texts. Each grouping of texts is preceded by a brief introduction to that particular section's brand of Gnosticism. What is clear from this sourcebook is the tremendous diversity of thought that exists under the "Gnostic" umbrella, including Christian, Jewish, Muslim, pagan, Zoroastrian and Greco-Roman themes. Many of the texts are being published here in English for the first time, making this a valuable resource for students and scholars.


The Urantia Book, first published by Urantia Foundation in 1955, claims to have been presented by celestial beings as a revelation to our planet, Urantia. Many who have read it accept this assertion.

The writings in the Book instruct us on the genesis, history, and destiny of humanity and on our relationship with God the Father. They present a unique and compelling portrayal of the life and teachings of Jesus. They open new vistas of time and eternity to the human spirit, and offer new details of our ascending adventure in a friendly and carefully administered universe.

This publication speaks to the people of our planet, Urantia, and offers an organized record of mankind's origin, history and destiny. It tells about Deity; the organization and administration of universes and the relation of the planet on which we live to the universe; the genesis and destiny of man and his relation to God and the teachings of Jesus Christ. It is an attempt to speak to man's deep spiritual yearnings and to satisfy the intellect by harmonizing religion, philosophy and today's science through the fostering of individual spiritual growth and an understanding of the universe which are commensurate with man's intellectual and cultural development. It opens new vistas of time and eternity and new concepts of man's ever-ascending adventure of finding God the Father.


Part I: The Central and Superuniverses.
Part II: The Local Universe.
Part III: The History of Urantia.
IV: The Life and Teachings of Jesus.

31. A Book About You - by Charles F. Haanel

As you read this book, you will learn about a plethora of subjects: astronomy, astrology, physics, alchemy, and many more. It is not to be taken lightly. Some may say that astrology is something that should be relegated to the entertainment section of less reputable newspapers.

This is what "A Book About You" attempts to convey to you: that you are a conscious mind that is influenced by the many different vibrations that travel in our universe. Nothing more; nothing less.

In this book, you will learn quite a few things about yourself.

* You'll see how everything in the universe is vibrating and how the vibrations reach out to you.

* You'll discover what your astrological sign really means and why the traits of that sign become tendencies in you.

* You will learn about the law of periodicity and how to use it to your advantage.

* You will gain a clearer view of your life and how you can take advantage of the myriad opportunities around you.

* You will understand the science behind astrology.

* You will learn how to deal with people on a greater level than you ever imagined because you will truly understand them.


Section One. Planetary Vibrations
Section Two. Solar Vibrations
Section Three. Mental Vibrations
Section Four. Electrical Vibrations
Section Five. Celestial Vibrations
Section Six. Cosmic Vibrations
Section Seven. Light Vibrations
Section Eight. Sound Vibrations
Section Nine. Color Vibrations
Section Ten. Heat Vibrations
Section Eleven. Periodicity

Section Twelve. The Source of Life
Section Thirteen. The Emotions
Section Fourteen. Magnetism
Section Fifteen. The Imagination
Section Sixteen. Destiny

32. The Amazing Secrets of the Yogi - by Charles F. Haanel

The Amazing Secrets of the Yogi is another remarkable book by this remarkable man which simply must be read by everyone interested in the amazing secrets of gurus of the Far East.

Charles Haanel himself says of this volume: "I have embodied many valuable secrets, which have been collected with great care from the treasured wisdom of Ancient India.

These secrets if put into daily practice will bring you added health, greater success, and unbounded happiness. They will prove to be a "guide, philosopher, and friend" and will serve you well in times of trouble, difficulty, or disease. In fact, you will soon come to regard them as the greatest boon that has ever come into your life.

Not much more can be added to the words of Charles Haanel about The Amazing Secrets of the Yogi. The yogi held, used and still do use today the most amazing powers that were once a secret, now they are made available in this incredible book that everyone needs to own and utilize.

Table of Contents:

Introduction by the Author
Part 1. Ida, Pingala and Sushumana
Part 1 Questions and Answers
Part 2. Levitating the Astral Body
Part 2 Questions and Answers
Part 3. Kundalini, The Serpent of Power
Part 3 Questions and Answers
Part 4. Breath, The Elixer of Life
Part 4 Questions and Answers
Part 5. Control of Life
Part 5 Questions and Answers
Part 6. The Eight Steps to Mastery
Part 6 Questions and Answers
Part 7. Sublimation of Reproductive Energy
Part 7 Questions and Answers
Part 8. Utilization of Infinite Power
Part 8 Questions and Answers
Part 9. The Breath of Life
Part 9 Questions and Answers
Part 10. Reviving the Dead
Part 10 Questions and Answers
Part 11. The Inner Light
Part 11 Questions and Answers
Part 12. Perfect Harmony
Part 12 Questions and Answers

33. Anacalypsis - by Godfrey Higgins 1833

Volume one of a two volume set. (This description is for all volumes.)

Godfrey Higgins was convinced that a high civilization had flourished prior to all historical records. He believed that there had existed then a most ancient and universal religion from which all later creeds and doctrines sprang. His research lasted over 20 years. "He attempted to establish the existence of a prehistoric universal religion and to trace its development into contemporary times. He believed this religion possessed accurate knowledge of universal and cosmic phenomena and held neither priesthood nor institution as intermediary in man's communion with the Divine."

This highly sought after book is extremely rare.

Two volumes.

Partial Contents:

- Probable Origin of Numbers and Letters
- Etymology and its Use
- Origin of the Adoration of the Bull, Phallic and Vernal Festivals
- Age of the World
- First God of the Ancients, The Sun, Metempsychosis, Moral Evil, Buddha, Genesis
- The Sun the first object of Adoration of all Nations
- Two Ancient Ethiopias, Great Black Nation in Asia, Hindoos and Egyptians similar
- Ancient Persians, First Books of Genesis, Disingenuous conduct in the Translators of the Bible, Abraham acknowledged more than one God
- Jewish Trinity
- Ancient Jewish Cabala, Sephiroths and Emanations
- Melchizedek, Zoroaster, Zendavesta, All ancient Religions astrological
- Character of the Old Testament
- Orphic and Mithraitic Trinity, Mithra, Opinions of Herodotus, Porphyry, Strabo, Julian, Times of Pythagoras and Zoroaster, The Vedas describe the Persian Religion
- The word OM
- The Christian Trinity, Its Origin, Philo's Trinity of the Jews
- Life of Cristna
- Crucifixion of Cristna, Immaculate Conception, from the History of Pythagoras
- Buddha the Sun in Taurus, as Cristna was the Sun in Aries, Names and Meaning of the word Buddha
- Isaiah's Prophecy known to the Egyptians and the Celts of Gaul, Mystical meaning of the Letter M, Oriental Astronomical Systems
- Cross the meaning of it

34. The Rosy Cross Unveiled - by Christopher McIntosh

Maybe the best introduction to Rosicrucianism in print. It is well written and concise. A chapter on the Golden Dawn is included as well as interesting Masonic material.

35. God's Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question--Why We Suffer - by by Bart D. Ehrman 2008

In this sometimes provocative, often pedantic memoir of his own attempts to answer the great theological question about the persistence of evil in the world, Ehrman, a UNC–Chapel Hill religion professor, refuses to accept the standard theological answers. Through close readings of every section of the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, he discovers that the Bible offers numerous answers that are often contradictory. The prophets think God sends pain and suffering as a punishment for sin and also that human beings who oppress others create such misery; the writers who tell the Jesus story and the Joseph stories think God works through suffering to achieve redemptive purposes; the writers of Job view pain as God's test; and the writers of Job and Ecclesiastes conclude that we simply cannot know why we suffer. In the end, frustrated that the Bible offers such a range of opposing answers, Ehrman gives up on his Christian faith and fashions a peculiarly utilitarian solution to suffering and evil in the world: first, make this life as pleasing to ourselves as we can and then make it pleasing to others. Although Ehrman's readings of the biblical texts are instructive, he fails to convince readers that these are indeed God's problems, and he fails to advance the conversation any further than it's already come.

36. Alef,Mem,Tau: Kabbalistic Musings on Time,Truth,and Death - by Elliot R. Wolfson

This highly original, provocative, and poetic work explores the nexus of time, truth, and death in the symbolic world of medieval kabbalah. Demonstrating that the historical and theoretical relationship between kabbalah and western philosophy is far more intimate and extensive than any previous scholar has ever suggested, Elliot R. Wolfson draws an extraordinary range of thinkers such as Frederic Jameson, Martin Heidegger, Franz Rosenzweig, William Blake, Julia Kristeva, Friedrich Schelling, and a host of kabbalistic figures into deep conversation with one another. Alef, Mem, Tau also discusses Islamic mysticism and Buddhist thought in relation to the Jewish esoteric tradition as it opens the possibility of a temporal triumph of temporality and the conquering of time through time.
The framework for Wolfson's examination is the rabbinic teaching that the word emet, "truth," comprises the first, middle, and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet, alef, mem, and tau, which serve, in turn, as semiotic signposts for the three tenses of time--past, present, and future. By heeding the letters of emet we discern the truth of time manifestly concealed in the time of truth, the beginning that cannot begin if it is to be the beginning, the middle that re/marks the place of origin and destiny, and the end that is the figuration of the impossible disclosing the impossibility of figuration, the finitude of death that facilitates the possibility of rebirth. The time of death does not mark the death of time, but time immortal, the moment of truth that bestows on the truth of the moment an endless beginning of a beginningless end, the truth of death encountered incessantly in retracing steps of time yet to be taken--between, before, beyond.

37. Ancient Mysteries and Modern Masonry - by Charles H. Vail 1909

In the early ages occult knowledge was taught openly, as the sciences are taught in our colleges to-day. But in the course of time many allowed their selfishness to rule and so abused their power that it became necessary to withhold such knowledge from the unworthy. This was the condition of religious affairs when the Mysteries were necessarily established by the King-Priests of the Divine Dynasties, in the early days of Atlantis. -from "The Origin of the Mysteries"

Though the author cannot, alas, "lift the veil from the secrets of the Order," 32nd-degree Freemason Charles H. Vail endeavors to lead the curious toward a more complete understanding of the ancient knowledge of the eternal truth of the universe of which the Masons are the keepers.

From the great antiquity of Masonic symbols and traditions to the formation of the organization with their perpetuation as its goal, this 1909 book is an intriguing glimpse inside one of the most secretive fraternities in existence. It is required reading for those fascinated by arcane wisdom and secret societi

38. The Dead Sea Scrolls: What They Really Say

The Dead Sea Scrolls have had a complicated and often colorful history. But what is in the Scrolls and why are they important? Those are the questions most people are interested in. Hershel Shanks, editor of Biblical Archaeology Review, addresses those key topics in The Dead Sea Scrolls—What They Really Say

39. The Spiritual Guide - by Michael Molinos 1675

which disintangles the soul and brings it by the inward way to the fruition of perfect contemplation and the rich treasure of internal peace

So Powerful was its influence on Europe that within 6 years of its release this book had been translated into every language in Western Europe. In Naples, Italy it was said that 20,000 Christians gathered in small groups to practice inward prayer.

Michael Molinos came closer to reforming the Catholic Church than any other single man in history, yet he ended up sealed in a dungeon, his book condemned. A man so controversial that even until today the Vatican will not release the transcript of his (secret) trial. Now for the first time ever, this book appears in modern English. The first English language release in over a hundred years.

40. Arabic Occult Books - Incredibly rare!

Manbaa Osoul Al Hikma

The Spring of the Foundation of Wisdom

These Books are so F-ing rare. Don't miss it!

41. The Sirius Mystery - by Robert K. G. Temple 1976

presents the hypothesis that the Dogon people of Mali, west Africa, preserve a tradition of contact with intelligent extraterrestrial beings from the Sirius star-system.[1] These beings, who apparently taught the arts of civilization to humans, are claimed in the book to have originated the systems of the Pharaohs of Egypt, the mythology of Greek civilization, the Epic of Gilgamesh, and so on. Temple's theory was heavily based on his interpretation of the work of ethnographers Marcel Griaule and Germaine Dieterlen. A substantial bulk of The Sirius Mystery consists of comparative linguistic and mythological scholarship, pointing out resemblances among Dogon, Egyptian and Sumerian beliefs and symbols. Greek and Arab myths and words are considered to a lesser extent. The “mystery” that is central to the book is how the Dogon acquired knowledge of Sirius B, the invisible companion star of Sirius A. Temple did not argue that the only way that the Dogon could have obtained their accurate information on Sirius B was by contact with an advanced civilization; he considered alternative possibilities, such as a very ancient, advanced, and lost civilization that was behind the sudden appearance of advanced civilization in both Egypt and Sumeria. He personally found the theory of alien contact more convincing, but he did not claim certainty about it.

42. The Book of Haunted Magic

This is a book full of magical tricks to scare the hell out of your friends. Don't miss it, it's rare!

43. Handbook of the Navigator

“This book is a profound source of knowledge
that opens gateways to incredible states of consciousness.”

Table of Contents


CHAPTER ONE: The Navigator 9 The Desire of the Seeker 12 Before the Navigator Can be Followed, It Must be Found 24 The Truth of Your Being 26 Master the Art of Listening 28 Moving Beyond is Learning to Trust 31 Capture the Wind 35

CHAPTER TWO: Way of the White Cell 41 The Way Less Taken 44 White Cells: For Defense of the Whole 47 White Cells Are Not Chosen, They Are Made By Choice 53 Planting the Seed of Eternity 58

CHAPTER THREE: The World is Alive 63 The Reflection Connection 66 Moving Beyond the Human Perspective 69 One Consciousness, Many Experiences 73 That Which Connects, Ties and Binds Us All Together 79

CHAPTER FOUR: The Creation of God 85 Breaking Down the Walls Within 88 Before the Big Bang 90 The Spark of Creation 94 Deciphering the Language of the Universe 97 God Evolving Through Dimensions 100 The Birth of the Universe 104

CHAPTER FIVE: Unveiling the Universal Purpose 109 How Energy Experiences 112 A Question of Consciousness 116 The Mind of God 118 The Awareness Behind Reality 122 The Divine Process 126

CHAPTER SIX: The Reaction of Creation 133 Clashing Forces: The Existence of Anti-Matter 136 The Manipulation of Life 139 When Non-Duality Becomes Neutrality 144 The Struggle of God 152

CHAPTER SEVEN: A Soul Within 159 What is a Spiritual Being? 163 Evolution of a Soul 167 You Decide the Destiny of Your Soul 173 The Governor 178

CHAPTER EIGHT: Migration of the Sleeper 187 The Secret Key 191 Forgotten Bridge: The Sixth Sense Leads to Awakening 193 From Our Primal Past to a Dormant Potential 197 To Be Here You Must Sleep and Forget 204 Now Rise and Remember 209

CHAPTER NINE: Multi-Dimensional Meditation 215 Re-Igniting the Sixth Sense 218 The Purpose of True Meditation 220 Fueling Your Dimensional Consciousness 227 Beyond the Brain 230 Multi-Dimensional Beings 234 Choose to Become 239

CHAPTER TEN: Awaken 245 Living Knowledge 248 Struggle to Awaken, Surrender to Become 251 The Moment of Choice 254

44. Cosmic Trigger Volume I - The Final Secret of the Illuminati - by Robert Anton Wilson 1991

Cosmic Trigger deals with a process of deliberately induced brain change ... This is called 'initiation' or 'vision quest' in many traditional societies and ... [a] dangerous variety of self-psychotherapy in modern terminology. I do not recommend it for everybody ... The main thing I learned is that 'reality' is always plural and mutable. From the Preface

45. Huge Crystals With Many Pictures

I made this PDF myself from various websites. It's about huge crystals with many pictures. Alternative because few peoples know anything about crystals. I belive they are organs of the planet.

46. Historical Artifacts

2 other pdf I made from various sources. About Ancient Artifacts. Call it forbidden archeology, suppress artifacts or Anomalies, the thing is that theses are physical tangible proof that there are some huge gaps in our human history that demand to be humble. Open your mind to theses famous Artifacts.

47. 31 Incredible And Rare Pictures Of Alchamey,Spiritual,Magick,Forbidden Knowledge

48. The Beginning of Freemasonry - by Frank C. Higgins

Table of Contents:

Frontispiece-Zodiac of 4000 BC
Avant Propos
First Books of Masonry, by Victor Hugo
Beginning of Masonry
Theosophy and Masonry
The Ancient Mysteries
The Secret Doctrine
The Hermetic Philosophy
Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry
God and Masonry
Masonry's Real Secret
Pythagoras and Freemasonry
The Forty-seventh Problem
The Number-Letter System
Three Times Three
Gematria (Table of Number-Letters, Greek and Hebrew)
The Number "Seven "
The "Pi" Proportion and Genesis
Masonry in a Snowflake
King Solomon's Temple
The Working Tools of E. A
The Middle Chamber
Dedication of the Lodge
Pillars of the Porch
The Lodge Room Floor
The Candidate
Whom Does the Candidate Represent
The Widow's Son
The Lodge Heads
Our Three Grand Masters
The Twelve Fellowcrafts
The Cable Tow
Origin of the Sabbath
The Letter "G "
The East
The Lodge on High
Clothing of a Master Mason
The Symbolic Trowel
The Lion in Freemasonry
The Acacia
Color in Masonry
Light in Masonry

49. Egyptian Mythology and Egyptian Christianity: With Their Influence on the Opinions of Modern Christendom - by Samuel Sharpe 1863

With Their Influence on the Opinions of Modern Christendom. "When Christians shall at length acknowledge that many of those doctrines, which together now make up orthodoxy, or the religion of the majority, as distinguished from the simple religion which Jesus taught and practised; when they shall acknowledge that many of them are so many sad and lamentable errors; then, and not till then, will they seek to know their origin, and enquire from which of the several branches of Paganism they sprung. They will then see that most of the so-called Christian doctrines, that have no place in the New Testament, reached Europe from Egypt, through Alexandria." Contents: Religion of Upper Egypt; Religion of Lower Egypt; Religion Under the Persian Conquerors; Religion Under the Ptolemies; Religion Under the Romans; Christianity Under the Roman Emperors; Christianity Under the Byzantine Emperors.

50. A History of Food - by Maguelonne Toussaint-Samat 2008

"This densely informed history ranges from the first bread loaves to the low-down on cauliflowers. Fab for food geeks, it's one to dip into rather than devour in one go." (Metro, December 2008)

A fascinating study that starts with the era when we are all still living in trees. Scrupulously thorough and pleasingly idiosyncratic, it promises the reader many a happy hour blissfully contemplating our ancient relationship with our stomachs. And thats as much as you can ask from any food book. (Independent, November 2008)

"Forceful and challenging A powerful, compelling and readable case against biblical literalism and fundamentalism." (Times Higher Education, November 2008)

"Encyclopaedic in scope, the result is never dull You will find it, I guarantee, unfailingly witty and comprehensively rewarding." (The Glasgow Herald, November 2008)

"Scrupulously thorough and pleasingly idiosyncratic, it promises the reader many a happy hour blissfully contemplating our ancient relationship with our stomachs. And thats as much as you can ask from any food book." (The Independent, November 2008)

"A fascinating, enormously impressive work which will delight not just the foodie but anyone in social history." (Tribune, November 2008)

"Toussaint Samat presents not just the historical background but the cultural, religious and social impact of food. Extensively researched with quotations from a wide array of historical sources .Some areas receive more intense scrutinywine for example .A useful source for students or researchers as a strong first reference point and for anyone with a dedicated interest in food history. Recommended for larger public and academic libraries." (Library Journal, November 2008)

"First published in France in 1987, the second edition of this dense tome is perfect for the historian on your list. It explores the 10,000-year-old relationship between humans and food, including facts about foie gras, the history of olive oil and the symbolism of poultry." (San Francisco Chronicle, November 2008)

"A fascinating study that starts with the era when we were still living in trees (yes, really). Scrupulously thorough and pleasingly idiosyncratic, it promises the reader many a happy hour blissfully contemplating our ancient relationship with our stomachs. And thats as much as you can ask from any food book." (The Independent on Sunday, November 2008)

"This densely informed history ranges from the first bread loaves to the lowdown on cauliflowers. Fab for food geeks, it's one to dip into rather than devour in one go." (Metro Food Books of the Year, December 2008)

"This excellent guide is an exploration of man's relationship with food from the discovery of fire onwards." (The Independent, October 2008)

"The second edition of this dense tome is perfect for the historian on your list." (San Francisco Chronicle, December 2008)

"A fascinating, enormously impressive work which will delight not just the foodie but anyone interested in social history." (Tribune, November 2008)

"This book should be republished and re-titled THE History of Food. Its probably the most remarkable book on the subject I have ever had the pleasure of reading." (Mostly Food Journal, October 2008)


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