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1. The Poor Man's Ray Gun - by David Gunn 1996

Now it is possible for just about anyone to build and use their own little piece of Star Wars weaponry. This very destructive and potentially lethal weapon uses invisible microwave radiation to burn its target from the inside out. Best of all, the building blocks for this weapon are sitting on your kitchen counter. The author shows, in complete detail and with plenty of photographs and diagrams, how to build a ray gun that is capable of setting fire to a piece of plywood at 500 feet made only from parts in a microwave oven."

2. mental floss presents Forbidden Knowledge: A Wickedly Smart Guide to History's Naughtiest Bits - by 2005

Think of anything bad, from art heists to Genghis Kahn, and it's likely to be included in this wickedly smart and humorous guide to the seedy underbelly of basically everything. The brainiac team at "mental_floss", creators of the hit magazine and last year's Condensed Knowledge, have scoured the darkest, dirtiest corners of history and the globe to gather this ultimate collection of the bad stuff you're not supposed to know and you certainly never learned in school.
Organized by theme, with chapters for each of the seven deadly sins, the book includes feuds, plagiarists, hoaxes, lies, schemes, scandals, evil dictators, mob bosses, acts of revenge, angry queens, cannibals and much more, all organized into bite-sized—albeit foul-tasting—lists (i.e."The Fascist Style Guide: Five Dictator Grooming Tips", Four Biblical Girls Gone Wild" and Three Delicious Animals We Charbroiled Into Extinction."). It's the perfect way to add some spice to a dull conversation and proves that learning can be not only easy, but exquisitely sinful.

3. The U.N. Exposed: How the United Nations Sabotages America's Security and Fails the World - by Eric Shawn 2006

Less than five miles from Ground Zero in Manhattan sits an international hotbed of anti-Americanism.

The United Nations was created after World War II to promote peace and international understanding. But over the years, and today more than ever, the U.N. has failed to achieve its original mission. It has failed to address the most dangerous threats facing the civilized world, refused to condemn terrorist acts, encouraged America's enemies, and supported some of the world's most oppressive governments, all while wasting billions of dollars.

As veteran reporter Eric Shawn of Fox News Channel points out, the U.N.'s iconic skyscraper is where our so-called allies all too often undermine the United States and our vital interests. And for the honor of hosting our adversaries in our own country, Americans pay a whopping 22 percent of the U.N.'s bloated budget.

The U.N. Exposed will give you a rare insider's tour of the United Nations, focusing on many disturbing aspects that have been ignored by the mainstream media. You will learn, for instance:

* how U.N.-supervised funds were diverted into weapons used against American troops
* how terrorists and rogue states seeking nuclear weapons flout toothless U.N. resolutions
* how our allies' selfish economic interests drive U.N.-backed challenges to America's sovereignty
* how kickbacks, bribes, and corruption have pervaded the highest echelons of the U.N.
* how U.N. ambassadors and staff enjoy luxurious and tax-free Manhattan lifestyles and other perks
* how U.N. workers have repeatedly turned children into their sexual prey

As Shawn declares in his introduction, "I am disgusted by the fact that the altruistic efforts of so many U.N. staff members are undercut by the greed, corruption, and ineptitude of the bureaucracy they serve."

4. The Escape from Hunger and Premature Death, 1700-2100: Europe, America, and the Third World (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time) - by Robert William Fogel 2004...($28.99)

If economic history is to fulfill the promise inherent in its subject matter, it must add the dimension of time to economics. Bob Fogel's pathbreaking study does just that and in doing so not only revises our understanding of the past but provides a thoughtful guide to policy in the future."
Douglas C. North
"In his usual comprehensive and perceptive way, Professor Fogel has assembled and synthesized a vast set of data which bring out the radical transformation of human health and longevity. He has set this work in the context of general economic growth and has shown the inadequacy of the usual measures of growth. He also calls attention to the changes in the economic system implied by the growing importance of health expenditures and their benefits."
Kenneth J. Arrow
" Escape from Hunger is without a doubt one of Fogel's masterworks. Written in an accessible style, it is ideal for use in higher-level undergraduate and graduate courses."
"Although this is a "little" book, just 111 pages in the main body, it is densely packed with deep-mine data and illuminating higher-order concepts derived from a lifetime of concentration on economic development. Robert William Fogel's The Escape from Hunger and Premature Death, 1700-2100 is that rare species of research - longitudinal study. Unlike the cross-sectional snapshots whose importance often quickly fades, there is gold in these data mines that is so precious because it is so difficult to find and so hard to get to. It is must reading for those in human biology, medicine and the social sciences who are interested in the issues surrounding human adaptation. It will also appeal to life-long learners drawn to the interface between the biology, economics and history of the human condition.

5. The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Are So Rich and Some So Poor - by David S. Landes 1998

A towering work of history examining the world's most pressing problem—the growing gulf between rich and poor. For the last six hundred years, the world's wealthiest countries have been mostly European. Late in our century, the balance has begun to shift toward Asia, where countries such as Japan have grown at astounding rates. Why have these dominant nations been blessed, and why are so many others still mired in poverty?

The answer lies in this important and timely book, where David Landes, taking his cue from Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations, tells the long, fascinating story of wealth and power throughout the world: the creation of wealth, the paths of winners and losers, the rise and fall of nations. He studies history as a process, attempting to understand how the world's cultures lead to—or retard—economic and military success and material achievement.

Countries of the West, Landes asserts, prospered early through the interplay of a vital, open society focused on work and knowledge, which led to increased productivity, the creation of new technologies, and the pursuit of change. Today's new economic winners are following much the same roads to power, while the laggards have somehow failed to duplicate this crucial formula for success. The key to relieving much of the world's poverty lies in understanding the lessons history has to teach us—lessons uniquely imparted in this groundbreaking book.

6. Politics and Population Control: A Documentary History - by Kathleen A. Tobin 2004

What is population history about? It's about birth rates, migration, and economies. It's about families, women, and babies. It is about agricultural production, military conflict, colonies, and color. In short, population history is the human story. This book shows that population issues--numbers of people, how to feed them, their employment, racial makeup, intelligence, health, sexual behavior, and reproduction--have concerned authorities for centuries. The primary documents in this volume illustrate those concerns from the mid-18th century to the present. Provided is background information on each document and coverage of a variety of population perspectives.

7. China Shakes the World: A Titan's Rise and Troubled Future - and the Challenge for America - by James Kynge 2007

Let China sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world.” Napoleon’s words seem eerily prescient today, as the shock waves from China’s awakening reverberate around the globe. Award-winning journalist James Kynge takes measure of the tremors made as China’s ravenous hunger for jobs, raw materials, energy, and food — and its export of goods, workers, and investments — drastically reshapes world trade and politics. Through dramatic stories of the people who are driving China's transformation — entrepreneurs and visionaries, factory workers and store clerks — Kynge describes the breakneck rise of China, the extraordinary problems the country now faces, and the consequences of both.

8. Cleopatra and Egypt - by Sally-Ann Ashton 2008

This beautifully illustrated new biography of Cleopatra draws on literary, archaeological, and art historical evidence to paint an intimate and compelling portrait of the most famous Queen of Egypt.
• Deconstructs the image of Cleopatra to uncover the complex historical figure behind the myth
• Examines Greek, Roman, and Egyptian representations of Cleopatra
• Considers how she was viewed by her contemporaries and how she presented herself
• Incorporates the author’s recent field work at a temple of Cleopatra in Alexandria
• Beautifully illustrated with over 40 images

9. Television Mythologies: Stars, Shows and Signs - By Len Masterman 1987

Roland Barthes wrote Mythologies between 1954 and 1956. His sharp and elegant studies of such aspects of popular culture as striptease, wrestling, toys, tourist guides, etc., were produced at a time when most of the contributors to this volume were still at school. Such is the insularity of British culture that Mythologies was not translated into English until 1972. It made an immediate impact. Dated and removed from British cultural interests though its subject matter frequently was, it nevertheless spoke vigorously and directly to many people who had for some time been questioning the eternal verities of British literary culture. Among the verities in question were the assertion of the preeminent significance of literature, the concomitant devaluation of popular cultural forms and the displacement of political and ideological questions into questions of literary value.
Mythologies turned these values upside down. Firstly, Barthes published his pieces not in academic journals, but in popular magazines. And the sharpest possible rejection of established tastes was implicit in his choice of subject. If a plate of steak and chips, a margarine advertisement and a poem were to be seen as equally worthy of serious critical attention, then a significant step had been taken towards a truly scandalous equation between these objects....

10. The J Curve: A New Way to Understand Why Nations Rise and Fall - by Ian Bremmer 2006

Locate nations on the J Curve—left for authoritarian, right for democratic. Then figure out how to force those on the left to open their societies, rather than encouraging them to shut them tighter by further isolating them. The West's isolation of Kim Jong-il's North Korea gives him the cover he needs to extend his brutal regime (the mistake the U.S. made for a long time with Saddam Hussein and Castro); in Saudi Arabia, western governments should encourage manageable change before the country breaks apart; they should help strengthen China's economy so it can further liberalize; they must encourage Israel to decide what kind of country it will be. Filled with imaginative and surprising examples of how to correct outworn political ideas, The J Curve points the way for western governments to lead the way to a realistic political balance and a healthier economic future.

11. Historical Dictionary of the Hittites (Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras) - by Charles Burney 2004

This Dictionary covers a civilization largely forgotten until recently. This dictionary includes hundreds of entries on important persons, places, essential institutions, and the significant aspects of the society, economy, material culture, and warfare of this ancient people. A 16-page photospread, introductory essay, chronology, and bibliography complement the dictionary entries. For general readers and scholars alike who are interested in ancient history.

12. The Handy History Answer Book, Second Edition (The Handy Answer Book Series) - by Rebecca Ferguson 2006

All things must pass. In an understatement of historic proportions, quite a few things have passed since the end of the last millennium, when The Handy History Answer Book was first released. A new era has taken shape, and a fully-revised edition of The Handy History Answer Book records it with more than 150 new questions and answers that expand on the more than 1,000 covering past millennia. A concise guide to all things historical, Handy History addresses people, times, and events in a wide-ranging and comprehensive manner, complemented by more than 125 illustrations and, for those who like their history instant, a chronology of major events.

13. Nightside of Eden - by Kenneth Grant 1995

Famed occultist Kenneth Grant continues his explorations of the left hand path in the compelling study that begins with the evolution of the Sephiroth of the Quabalistic Tree of Life. He delves into the almost unknown nightside of the tree ,finding evidence of extraterrestrial dimensions that, even now, stir our group unconscious in potentially dangerous ways. We must understand these powers, says Grant, for if they are not controlled, the violent disruptions which are already overtaking civilization will become pandemic.

14. Outer Gateways - by Kenneth Grant 1995

As Aleister Crowley's last magical student at Netherwood in the 1940's, Kenneth Grant has upheld a proud occult tradition through a lifetime of study practice and writing. This latest book is not only for experienced students of the occult; it is also excellent for those who are new to Grant's work. Here is Grant moving through magic and beyond to a new and controversial view of human evolution and the ultimate goal of Undivided Consciousness. Topics include the primal grimoire the unfamiliar spirit and the fourth power of the sphinx along with aspects of dream control and the wisdom of S'lba.

15. Freedom and Time: A Theory of Constitutional Self-Government - By Jed Rubenfeld 2001

Should we try to live in the present? Such is the imperative of modernity, Jed Rubenfeld writes in this important and original work of political theory. Since Jefferson proclaimed that 'the earth belongs to the living', since Freud announced that mental health requires people to 'get free of their past', since Nietzsche declared that the happy man is the man who 'leaps into the moment', modernity has directed its inhabitants to live in the present, as if there alone could they find happiness, authenticity, and above all freedom. But this imperative, Rubenfeld argues, rests on a profoundly inadequate, deforming picture of the relationship between freedom and time. Instead, Rubenfeld suggests, human freedom, indeed human being itself, necessarily extends into both past and future; self-government consists of giving our lives meaning and purpose over time. From this conception of self-government, Rubenfeld derives a new theory of constitutional law's place in democracy. Democracy, he writes, is not a matter of governance by the present 'will of the people'; it is a matter of a nation's laying down and living up to enduring political and legal commitments. Constitutionalism is not counter to democracy, as many believe, or a pre-condition of democracy; it is or should be democracy itself over time. On this basis, Rubenfeld offers a new understanding of constitutional interpretation and of the fundamental right of privacy.

16. Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2nd Ed: Six Volume Set - by Cristian Contescu, Karol Putyera...($2,678.00)

Award-Winning Nano Encyclopedia Continues to Pace the Field

With its original publication, the Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology immediately became the reference against which all other nano references are measured. Noting that the encyclopedia was being assembled by leading authorities at an early stage in the field’s development, Sir Harry Kroto, 1996 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, rightfully predicted that the encyclopedia would bring together key advances in a “coherently organized framework.”Continuing to cover the field as no other resource, the seven volume second edition crosses disciplines to examine fundamental nano principles, theories, and methodologies, as well as the latest information on nano-relevant properties. It also covers advances in nanoscale engineering, newly developed simulation tools, and emerging computational methods. It’s available both in print and as a fully searchable online version.

Among other accolades, this million-dollar bestseller has gone on to win an Outstanding Academic Book Award from CHOICE magazine.

17. The Free-Mason's Magazine or General and Complete Library vol II 1794

18.Dictionary of Alchemical Symbols

19. Modern Magick: Eleven Lessons in the High MagickalArts - by DONALDMICHAEL KRAIG 2001

The following series of progressive lessons inmagick includes
an easy-to-understand study of the Kabalah. In keeping with
Kabalistic tradition I have chosen to refer to the Ultimate Divinity
as "God." To both the Kabalists and myself God is not seen as a
male figure, even though Godwas described, in some instances, as
anthropomorphicallymale.This was a convenience.
According to the Kabalah, the Ultimate Source of All is uni-
tary, having united all dualities-up and down, left and right, pos-
itive and negative, male and female. It is believed that we cannot
be limited to being either male or female. This idea is discussed
further in this book.
I agree strongly with this point of view. When I use the word
"God" as a representative of the Single Divine Source of All, I do
not wish to imply the Deity is limited to masculine or feminine
characteristics. The use of the word God to represent the Divine
keeps withtradition andmakes the use of English easier.
Some will also notice unusual spellings of the Hebrew when
transliterated into English. Since there is no single, agreed-upon
way of changing the sounds of Hebrew into English, I have cho-
sen to represent the Hebrew by the way it sounds, not by archaic
spellings. Thus, you will find "Sephiroht," the proper method of
pronouncing the word, instead of the old "Sephiroth."
It is hoped that this method of representing Hebrew will not
offend anyone. Likewise, it is hoped that the usage of the term
"God" for the Ultimate Divinity will not offend any who, like
myself, value the importance of the feminine aspect of the Divine
as is also describedwithin the following pages.

20. Fire and Ice,The Brotherhood of Saturn - by Stephen Flowers 1990

The Fraternitas Saturni (FS), the Brotherhood of
Saturn, has become known to English readers through
fragmentary descriptions which emphasize the sen-
sational, sex-magical aspects of this lodge's work or
else its darker, more Satanic, side.
This is under-
standable in light of the fact that the FS is (or was) the
most unabashedly Luciferian organization in the
modern Western occult revival, and its practice of sex-
ual occultism perhaps the most elaborately detailed
of any such lodge. The FS represents a unique blend of
astrological cosmology, neo-Gnostic daemonology,
sexual occultism, and Freemasonic organizational
principles. This grand synthesis was originally the
vision of one man, the long-time Grand Master of the
FS, Gregor A. Gregorius.
This book is probably the first attempt ever made
in any language to present a comprehensive view of
the history, organization, doctrines, rituals and prac-
tices of the most powerful and influential magical
lodge in modern Germany. The "compendium" of FS
material cited in Richard Cavendish's Encyclopedia
of the Unexplained is an enormous, but sometimes
disorganized, trove of documentation which was
collected by Prof. Dr. Adolf Hemberger of the Univer-
sity of Giessen, West Germany.
Other recent treat-
ments of the FS in German have also made use of the
mountains of documentary evidence, but have made
little attempt to organize it comprehensively
Here, I
will try to present an organized and comprehensive
outline of this magical lodge. The reader should be
advised that the author is not an initiate of the FS.
However, I had the advice and consultation of the
Brotherhood, as is cited in the Acknowledgments. I
hope that this combination, coupled with my long-
time experience in the history and practice of magic,
will provide a sense of objective sympathy.
The FS is an organization that has undergone
several transformations during its most recent mani-
festation (from about 1927 to the present). Most of
the material used for this book and the ideas dis-
cussed in it have been drawn from the period when
Gregorius was Grand Master, or shortly thereafter (to
about 1970). Therefore, it cannot be assumed that
doctrines or practices discussed in these pages are in
fact still a part of the current doctrines and practices
of the FS in Germany.

21. Geometry in Art & Architecture - by Paul Calter 2003

Welcome to Geometry in Art & Architecture. We'll be taking a long
journey together, starting in Egypt, like the travellers in this picture.
There, the story goes, geometry got its start when rope stretchers were sent
out to put back the boundary markers washed away by the Nile.
In addition to looking at art and architecture, we'll cover any mathematics-
related topics as we go along. The Math Topics for the first unit will be an
introduction to the triangle in general, and the so-called Egyptian triangle,
contained in the great pyramid. Since the Egyptian triangle contains the
golden ratio, we'll introduce the ideas of ratio and proportion here, and for
squaring of the circle, we must be able to find perimeters and areas of the
square and the circle.
The plan is to go more or less chronologically, following threads of Art,
Mathematics, and Architecture, from Egypt to the present.

We'll start our journey with a pyramid, and we'll also end with a very
different pyramid, a Sierpinski tetrahedron, in our final unit on Chaos and
We'll limit ourselves to Western art only, but even with that restriction the
coverage is very wide. That means, of course, that we can't go too deeply
into any one topic.

Things We'll Look For
1. Proportions between the parts of a building, a painting, or a
sculpture. In particular, we'll look for the golden ratio and the
musical ratios.
2. Use of geometric symbols, such as the circle, mandala, triangle,
square, pentagram, hexagon, or octagon, and their use in so-called
Sacred Geometry.
3. Geometric Constructions, like squaring the circle, the Gothic
Master Diagram, the sacred cut, and constructions of the pentagon.
4. Shapes of Frames; how they are chosen and how they affect the
contents of a painting.
5. Art Motifs, especially recurring themes that we see over and over
in art.
6. Math content; any geometry or other math that is closely related to
the art or architecture we're studying.
7. People, ones that played a key role in developing the ideas related
to this course, and especially those that were both mathematicians
and artists or architects.

22. How to Know Higher Worlds: The Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity - by Rudolf Steiner 1994

We live and act within a world whose deeper aspects are
hidden from our physical senses. Yet each of us possesses
other faculties which, when cultivated, can lift the veil
that separates us from spiritual knowledge. In this book,
Rudolf Steiner charts a meditative path that leads both to
inner peace and to enhanced powers of soul, and finally to
the lifting of that veil. The road is long but secure, and is
open to everyone. Its fruits of inner serenity, strength, and
wisdom benefit not only the seeker but others as well, and
certainly the world stands more than ever in need of in-
sights and actions that are born of the spirit. How to Know
Higher Worlds is, therefore, not only a personal guide to
the spirit, but also a path through self-knowledge to com-
passionate action in the world.

23. The Meaning Of The Word Nephilim - Fact vs Fiction - Michael S. Heiser

There’s a lot said and written about the word nephilim. I know it may sound incredible,
but practically all of it is wrong—even what’s written by Old Testament scholars. It’s a
case of one scholar parroting what the scholar before him or her has said, and so on down
the line. If you’re not a Hebrew scholar, have no fear. You’ll be able to understand this.
That is, you don’t need to know how to read Hebrew to follow what I’ll say. If you’re a
follower of ancient astronaut theorist Zecharia Sitchin, you may want to run the other
way since this short paper will not only show you how the meaning Sitchin’s says is
impossible really IS what the word means, but you’ll see how sadly inept Sitchin’s work
in Hebrew is. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. If you are a Hebrew scholar, please note that
I’m serious about the above claim that most of what’s written about this word is wrong.
You’ve probably accepted the idea that the word nephilim is simply the masculine plural
participle of Hebrew naphal. It isn’t. As you read, ask yourself a fundamental question:
Have I ever asked myself why the typical explanation that nephilim comes from Hebrew
naphal doesn’t jive with Hebrew morphological patterns for a masculine plural participle
in any stem?

24. BOOK OF SECRETS: Unlocking the Hidden Dimensions of Your Life - by DEEPAK CHOPRA 2004

Assuring readers that "finding the hidden dimensions in yourself is the only way to fulfill your deepest hunger," bestselling author Chopra shares 15 spiritual secrets for enlightenment. These secrets may sound easy—"the world is in you," "what you seek, you already are," "freedom tames the mind"—but Chopra offers sophisticated thought to challenge a reader's spiritual status quo. Blending science and spirituality, he shows how the mystery of life can be illustrated by the wisdom and workings of one's body, as "every secret in this book goes back to the existence of an invisible intelligence that operates beneath the visible surface of life." The most important secret is transcending one's egocentric viewpoint and accepting a single, unified reality: "you are not in the world; the world is in you." Each well-written chapter offers a vibrant discussion of these distilled principles, including exercises to help readers apply these secrets to their lives. For example, Chopra focuses a chapter on how death makes life possible: "Only by facing death can you develop real passion for being alive." Chopra recasts death as a way to "imagine yourself into a new form with a new location in space and time." To do this, he suggests exfoliating one's self-image by imagining oneself at various stages of life, past and future: "When you see every earthly vestige of yourself vanish," he concludes, "you realize you will never succeed in extinguishing yourself." This isn't easy enlightenment. Chopra pushes his readers to do hard spiritual work in this thoughtful and thought-provoking book.

25. The True Authorship of the New Testament - by Abelard Reuchlin 1986

Abelard Reuchlin's "The True Authorship of the New Testament" (1979) is a strange little pamphlet. I bought it over two years ago when I saw it advertised in a secular humanist periodical as a definitive debunking of the accuracy of the New Testament. The pamphlet's arguments are not exactly scientific (like secular humanism itself) but belong to pseudo-science, speculation, theory and the occult. It has a portrait of the notable first century Jewish historian Flavius Josephus labeled "Arius Calpurnius Piso, pen name Flavius Josephus, a Roman." The introduction to the book welcomes the reader to the "inner circle." Reuchlin's "inner circle" includes those who know about the true authorship of the New Testament and he states his work was originally intended for Jews only (to prevent them from converting to Christianity) but is now seeking a wider audience. In this introduction, Reuchlin also rants and raves against perceived enemies of the Jewish people such as Messianic Jews, anybody who is opposed to the state of Israel (any criticism of Israel inherently hateful and "anti-Semitic," of course), Christian-Identity believers (an arrayed group of Christians who believe northern Europeans like the Anglo-Saxons, Germans, Scandinavians and Celts are descended from the lost tribes of Israel), and Arabs and Communists because they frequently attack Israeli/Jewish political interest through the auspices of the UN.

Reuchlin then goes on to concoct one of the most far-fetched conspiracy theories ever put into print. This might be farther out there than Jesus' secret bloodline but I guess not as far-fetched as black UN helicopters, mind-control technology and weather manipulation devices. According to Reuchlin, the ancient Roman aristocratic family of Arius Calpurnius Piso conspired to gain political and spiritual control of the Roman Empire by forging an entirely new religion based on Jewish Scriptures-and make this religion combat the growing popularity of Judaism and the political power of Jews, who made up ten percent of the Empire's population in the first century. The writings the Piso family produced were encoded in various places through names and hidden symbolism (for example Piso [Pisces] refers to a fish on the zodiac and was a symbol for Christianity). Reuchlin contends that Arius Calpurnius Piso made up the pen name "Flavius Josephus" to write his histories of both the Hebrew people and the Jewish War in Palestine during AD 70 when the Temple was razed by Titus' forces. Other writings were forged by the Piso family and their cronies, which included the Roman philosopher Seneca and the historians Pliny and Tacitus. The entire Greek New Testament; various Messianic prophecies in the Greek Septuagint translation of the Hebrew scriptures; the "Apocryphal" books like Esdras, Tobit, Judith, Bel and the Dragon and I Maccabees; the writings of the early Church Fathers like Clement of Rome, St. Ignatius of Antioch and St. Polycarp of Smyrna; second century Christian texts like the Shepard of Hermas, Barnabas, the Didache and the Martyrdom of Polycarp-all of these were forgeries. Jesus and St. Paul were made up characters and the later Church writings were composed as a form of "self-fulfilling prophecy." The "Apocrypha" was forged to bridge the gap in Scriptural history from 400 BC (the time of the exiles return from Babylon) until the time of Christ. Reuchlin then goes on for several pages using cabbalistic numerology (he adds 2 and 2 to get 22, that how numerology works!) in the Greek and Latin texts to prove how Christianity has been a giant, millennium long conspiracy against the Jews. He believes Christianity to be inherently anti-Semitic because its savior, Jesus, is brought to trial by Jewish religious leaders. Reuchlin also takes potshots against the Koran because it mentions Jesus as a "prophet" of God and speculates that whoever wrote the Koran and backed Muhammad was connected to the same multi-generational conspiracy that created Christianity.

Go ahead and read this book. It does not contain any cogent revelations or information-just hypothetical conclusions drawn from perceived "coincidences" and letter codes--that will shatter Christianity ("and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it").

26. Aghora III: The Law of Karma - by Dr. Robert E. Svoboda 1997

A karma is any action you perform while identifying yourself as the performer of that action. In this, the third and final volume of the Aghora trilogy, the Aghori Vimalananda uses the backdrop of the Bombay racecourse as a potent metaphor for the ultimate game of life, where destinies and fortunes are forged or lost at the edge of the finishing line. Weaving characters together with events, Vimalananda masterfully entwines the colorful external reality of racing with the subtle internal reality of creative spirituality, against a backdrop of stories of the gods and goddesses, saints and sinners, and the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Carefully teasing apart the infinite tracks of destiny as they flash past the viewer in the grandstands, Vimalananda shows how intricate are the patterns that karma creates, and how profound and philosophical are the truths that a subtle understanding of karma can reveal.

27. Alien Encounters by Chuck Missler, Mark Eastman 1997

What is different and exceptionally interesting and valuable about this book is that it takes a 180 degree turn to review this information from a completely different paradigm - UFO's could be from an alternative dimension. From this multi-dimensional vantage point, many of the odd facts, and abduction and other reports on UFO's fit together better and are more easily accepted. It also touches upon some of the laws of physics to show why these laws are at issue and therefore must be dealt with.

Going a step further, Missler and Eastman then review ancient passages in an attempt to determine if this multi-dimensional paradigm can fit with Jewish, or Christian scriptural beliefs. It appears that their research really pays off well with a different paradigm that supports all of the disparate and anomalous UFO reports.

Section I: Prologue to a New Reality?
Chapter 1: What in the Cosmos Is Going On?
Chapter 2: Ancient Visitors
Chapter 3: Interdimensional Visitors
Chapter 4: Reality's Twilight Zone
Chapter 5: Alien Contact?
Section II: The New Age View
Chapter 6: In the Beginning ET?
Chapter 7: The Gospel According to ET
Chapter 8: The Quickening
Chapter 9: The Coming Evacuation
Section III: The Biblical View
Chapter 10: The Return of the Nephilim
Chapter 11: An Extraterrestrial Message Authenticated
Chapter 12: Chariots of the Frauds
Section IV: Quo Vadis:
Where Are We Headed?
Chapter 13: The Cosmic Deception
Chapter 14: The Ultimate Hyperdimensional
The "Line of Seth" View of Genesis 6
Checklist for Potential Contactees

28. The Fourth Dimension by Charles H. Hinton 1997

Classic work on geometry of four-dimensional space; also includes the supplement Contents: A Language of Space; Four dimensional space; Analogy of a plane world; Significance of a four-dimensional existence; First chapter in the history of four space; The higher world; Evidences for a fourth dimension; Use of four dimensions in thought; Application to Kant's theory of experience; A four-dimensional figure; Nomenclature and analogies; Simplest four-dimensional solid; Remarks on the figures; A recapitulation and extension of the physical argument.

29. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Eating Raw (1st Ed/2008) - by Mark Reinfeld, Bo Rinaldi,and Jennifer Murray

More people than ever are turning to a raw food diet. In this guide, readers will find the secrets to raw food weight loss; how raw foods can heal the body and boost energy and enthusiasm; information on the anti-aging properties of raw food; and 100+ recipes that show how raw foods can be combined into delectable meals.

*Fully explains the benefits of this increasingly popular diet choice, plus presents a mini cookbook that gets readers started on their new regimen
*Recently published studies indicate that rheumatoid and fibromyalgia patients—who number in the millions—can benefit from an uncooked vegan diet rich in antioxidants, lactobacilli, and fiber

30. Encyclopedia of Mind Enhancing Foods, Drugs and Nutritional Substances - by David Group 2000

It seems as though every day brings a new pill or potion claiming to restore mental alertness or improve memory. While many of these claims are based on factual information, many others are not. This encyclopedia of foods and drugs that are believed to improve mental performance contains information on nearly 400 nutrients, herbs, and drugs, ranging from ancient plant compounds to the latest pharmaceuticals. Entries are arranged by type of substance, such as foods, vitamins, minerals, spices, and medical drugs. Each entry contains information such as alternate names and forms, sources, results, side effects, precautions, and recommended dosage. Although readers are encouraged to consult with their doctors before diagnosing and treating themselves, this book provides crucial, factual, and unbiased information on the "miracle drugs" that many people believe can solve health problems from fatigue to Alzheimer's. Readers can discover for themselves the properties of each substance. A complete index allows for easy reference and help with alternate names, food and drug interactions, and symptoms.

31. The Zelator: A Modern Initiate Explores the Ancient Mysteries - by Mark Hedsel

Mark Hedsel has written an intriguing account of his journey in his "Zelator." This remarkable book holds full of gems and insights as one will discover new knowledge that lies within.
This book will surely takes the reader to the experience the mysterious knowledge as well the esoteric path. In this work, one can see the keys to unlock the ancient mysteries and knowledge.
With little over eight chapters and roughly 460 pages as well the included fascinating pictures, this book is tough to read but well worth the read.

32. The Gurdjieff Teachings—A Practical System of Instruction for Attaining Higher Consciousness through Self-Awareness - by Bruce Fisher

A clear and enlightening treatment of the Forth Way teachings. According to the author: "To approach these teachings, lucidly expounded by P. D. Ouspensky, Maurice Nicoll and J. G. Bennett, we must start with the premise that we are automatons—not truly awake; and then we must answer the question: "What keeps us asleep and how do we wake up?" The clarification of these philosophical issues proceeds with the elucidation of the core theory of self-transformation and the workings and control of the machine of the personality. In short, we must learn to be mechanics. The final phase of the work is concerned with the practical methods. This compilation attempts to present in a concise manner the important facets of the Gurdjieff teachings in line with these considerations." 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, hard laminated covers, 106 pp., 51 tables and illustrations: 31 in color.

33. The Seeds of Light

This short text is of anonymous origin and has passed from hand to hand for some time. It is my most cherished writing.
A concise exposition of spiritual truths, SPIRITECH is pleased to be able to bring it to
your attention.

34. In Search of the Miraculous: Fragments of an Unknown Teaching - by P.D. Ouspensky

In the years from was 1915 to 1918, the mystic G.I. Gurdjieff was well known in Russian intellectual circles but not outside them. That would change when this book's author, a wandering, post-WWI truth-seeker named Ouspensky, tracked him down. Gurdjieff's philosophy, a form of secretive Eastern spirituality known as "the Fourth Way," claims to tap into the incredible forces that lie within the potential of the human mind. Ouspensky became a student of this practice, and his trials and tribulations at the hands of his master are recorded here. Regardless of one?s beliefs, Ouspensky?s wit and recall ability are to be treasured; whole conversations are recorded precisely, as Gurdjieff himself later confirmed upon reading the manuscript.

35. The Way of Energy - by Master Lam Kam Chuen

For centuries, the Chinese exercise system called Chi Kung has been shrouded in secrecy. The Way of Energy is the first comprehensive guide to the most powerful form of Chi Kung ever developed -- "standing like a tree".

A gentle, yet profoundly beneficial form of exercise, which requires very little movement, this form of Chi Kung unlocks deep reserves of energy builds internal stamina, strengthens immunity, relieves chronic illness, and promotes the natural regeneration of the nervous system.

Using step-by-step instructions and more than 100 drawings and full-color photographs, The Way of Energy tells how to:

* perform the entire sequence of rejuvenating positions
* combat stress by practicing Chi Kung while standing, sitting, working, playing, and even sleeping
* prevent and treat a wide range of common ailments

36. You Are the Eyes of the World by Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa) 2000

Just as the images projected on television are nothing more than light, so are our experiences merely the dance of awareness.

Often we form attachments to, or feel enslaved by, these experiences. But they are only reflections. Their power fades as easily as the pictures vanish when the channel is changed, if we penetrate to the heart of reality -- the light of the natural mind within everyone.

You Are the Eyes of the World presents a method for discovering awareness everywhere, all the time. This book does not discuss how to turn ordinary life off, it does not describe how to create beautiful spiritual experiences; it shows how to live within the source of all life, the unified field where experience takes place.
A breakthrough translation by Kennard Lipman and Merrill Peterson, introduced by Namkhai Norbu, author of many books on Tibetan Buddhism.

37. Qigong for Health & Vitality - by Michael Tse

In Qigong for Health and Vitality, Michael Tse, a Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) master trained by some of China's finest Qigong practitioners, explains the philosophy and practice of Qigong, a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine that combines breathing, posture, and movement to generate internal energy, restore health, and promote a sense of well-being. Qigong for Health and Vitality is the first truly accessible, introductory guide to this three-thousand-year-old for Chinese healing.Michael Tse now teaches in London, and is adept at presenting Qigong's "secrets" to a Western audience. In this book, he presents the background and philosophy of Qigong, detailing its amazing benefits for stress reduction and in the treatment of such chronic conditions as backache, hypertension, insomnia, asthma, arthritis, and headache. In clear text, and with the help of more than one hundred photographs, he provides step-by-step instructions for two types of Qigong exercises: those that improve balance, flexibility, strength, and circulation (especially good for anyone who sits all day in an office or car); and those that derive from tai chi chaun and are learned as a short "moving program" that increases internal energy (chi) and can be used to treat specific health problems. In addition, Michael Ise explains how to use special Qigong meditation exercises to relax and recharge the body's energy and to enhance its natural ability to heal itself.Qigong, as taught by Master Tse, is easy and fun to learn and will lead to immediate and long-lasting health benefits.

38. Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth - by Peter Kelder 1985

This wonderfully simple little book is not for everyone.
You should read it only if you can accept the preposterous
notion that aging can be reversed. You should read it only
f you dare believe that the "Fountain of Youth" does truly
exist. If you stubbornly cling to the prevailing idea that
uch things are impossible, reading this book will be a
waste of your time. If, on the other hand, you can accept
hat the "impossible" is really within your grasp, then
you are in store for rewards in abundance.
As far as I know, Peter Kelder's book is the only writ-
en source of the priceless information it reveals: five
ancient Tibetan rites which hold the key to lasting youth,
health, and vitality. For thousands of years these seem-
ngly magical rites were shrouded in secrecy in remote
Himalayan monasteries. The five rites were first brought
o the attention of the Western world in the original edi-
ion of Mr. Kelder's book, published almost 50 years ago.
Since that time,the book and its extraordinary wealth of
information have been largely lost and forgotten. The pur-
pose of this new, revised edition is to bring Mr. Kelder's
message back before the public in hope that large
numbers of people will be influenced and helped by it.
It is impossible to say whether Mr. Kelder's story of Col-
onel Bradford is based on fact, fiction, or a blend of the
two. But the validity of his message is beyond question.
My own experience, as well as letters and notes from
readers throughout the world, proves to my complete
satisfaction that the five rites do really work! I cannot
promise that the rites will erase 50 years from your age,
transform you overnight, or make you live to 125. But I
do know that they can help anyone to look and feel years
younger, and to gain a greater sense of well-being. If you
perform the rites daily, you should begin to notice results
in 30 days or less. In about ten weeks, you'll probably start
to see more substantial benefits. Whatever the pace of
your progress, it's always a thrilling moment when
friends actually begin to comment that you are looking
younger and healthier.

39. Lemurian Scrolls - Angelic Prophecies Revealing Human Origins - by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami 2006

An illustrated, clairvoyant revelation of man's untold journey to Earth from the Pleiades millions of years ago, and the struggles faced through the eras as souls matured into their ultimate destiny and Divinity.

40. The Skeptics SA guide to Atlantis - by L Eddie 2006

Atlantis, a mythical island, is claimed to
have existed in the Atlantic Ocean, and, ac-
cording to different versions of the story, was
either close to, or far to the west of, the Pillars
of Hercules (Straits of Gibraltar). However,
the truth appears to be that the entire myth
was created by Plato about 350 BCE when he
described the island in two of his dialogues,
Timaius and Kritias.
The Atlantean story that Plato told was con-
cerned with the visit of Solon, the great Athe-
nian lawgiver, (circa 630 – 560 BCE), to Egypt.
According to Plato’s story, Solon was criticized
by an Egyptian priest of the city of Saïs (in the
West Nile delta), about his lack of knowledge
concerning the ancient history of Athens.
He was told by the priest that some 9000 years
before, Athens had fought a great war with
Atlantis, a great island located in the Atlantic
Ocean that was larger than both Libya and
Asia. The priest explained how, after the Cre-
ation the Greek gods divided Earth amongst
themselves, and Atlantis had been granted
to Poseidon, who blessed and protected the

41. The Skeptics SA guide to Chakras - by L Eddie

Chakras are claimed to be spiral centres of
energy, and the word is derived from the San-
skrit for ‘a wheel’ refecting the claim that, like
wheels, they are circular in shape, with spokes
radiating out from a central point; on this
basis they are also known as, ‘channel wheels’.
They are said to be centres in, or on the body,
about the size of the palm of an average hand,
although the Crown Chakra is said to be much
larger. The chakras are said to be the means
by which a form of energy called the ‘life-
force’ is received by the body, and then trans-
formed and distributed by the various chakras
throughout the whole body.
“They are invisible to ordinary sight, but clair-
voyants describe them as small depressions in
the bodies of spiritually undeveloped persons,
but as larger coruscating and blazing whirl-
pools in more highly developed individuals.”
(Dictionary of the Occult, p 56.)
There is no evidence however, that the origina
tors of these concepts ever viewed chakras in
this precise manner. Rather they referred to
them as padmas, (lotuses), thus, for instance,
the Crown Chakra is referred to as the ‘Thou-
sand Petalled lotus’. They are said to have
an important role in all aspects of physical,
mental and emotional health, as well as in the
spiritual development of the individual.

42. The Chakras: Kundalini Awakening Systems 1 - by Anodea.Judith

43. Kundalini Awakening Systems 1 - Group Description

This group is positioned for assistance and guidance in the vast areas of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual phenomenon of the Kundalini.

44. Kundalini & the Chakras - by Genevieve Lewis Paulson

45. Enlightening Quotations: Favorites - by Glen S Olah 2007

Spiritually inspiring quotes together with observations on societal interaction

46. Enlightening Quotations: It's all about ME! - by Glen S Olah 2007

Quotations pertaining to oneness and self

47. Enlightening Quotations - Finding Yourself - by Glen S Olah 2007

Inner Discovery

48. Enlightening Quotations - Forgiveness & Anger - by Glen S Olah 2007

Peace Of Mind

49. Enlightening Quotations - Follow the path with most heart - by Glen S Olah 2007

Inspirational quotes 

50. Kundalini Awakening Systems 1: the safeties: Guidelines for a safe and joyous activation 2009

If you are in process with Kundalini, or intend to be, please read through these
safety protocols and begin to practice them daily. Read them three times on three
different occasions so that you can begin to see and feel how they will start to
help you find and understand these very qualities you seek within yourself. After
reading the safeties begin to practice them daily. Find the time sometime in your
day or night or both and as you do so your experiential knowledgebase will
expand. Please bring the "Locks" into your daily life.

51. Introduction To Kundalini And Tantra - by SWAMI SATHYANANDA SARASWATHI1 2007

52. The Chakras: Eastern Body - by Anodea Judith

53. Meditation to Clear Chakras - by Anne Castle 1999

This Meditation can be done while sitting at your desk at work.

54. THE CHAKRAS Handout 1999

Introduction: The Chakras are located up the body as can be seen in the picture
below. These are tuned to certain points within the body and are a link to achieving a
higher vibration of the entire system. If any one of these are "blocked" for any reason
(and there are many reasons), only partial clearing will be accomplished, if at all.
Achieving a higher vibration of one's system is important in that such a vibration
elevation will move one to the "next level" of achievement of the inner spirit while in
the earthly body, aligning and moving the spirit closer to The Creator - to be in
"oneness" with The Creator. This is not meant to be an all-encompassing dissertation
on the Chakras, but will give one an idea and perhaps a direction.

55. A Brief Introduction to the Chakra System 1999

The word chakra is Sanskrit for wheel or disk and signifies one of seven basic energy centers in the
body. Each of these centers correlates to major nerve ganglia branching forth from the spinal column.
In addition the chakras also correlate to levels of consciousness, archetypal elements, developmental
stages of life, colors, sounds, body functions, and much, much more. Below is a brief description of
each chakra. For more information refer to history of the chakras, books and workshops.

56. The Age Of Fable: Stories Of Gods And Heroes - by Thomas Bulfinch 1995

So many people are like me...they read and studied mythology in school, then rapidly forgot much of what they learned. Some knowledge of mythology, however, is necessary if one wants to undertand and appreciate great literature. So many great authors draw upon mythology in their work. One (and only one) example is Milton; so many people who say they don't understand "Paradise Lost" are simply missing allusions to the mythology contained instead.

I'm not a classicist, a theologian or a philosopher. I'm not an expert in ancient Greek or Latin. What I am is a lover of great literature and it pains me when I come upon a mythological reference I don't recognize or remember.

I tried using a classical dictionary, but found this created one problem while failing to solve another. The problem is that it is annoying to interrupt the flow of one's reading to look up an allusion in a dictionary. I'd almost rather skip the reading than do that. And, even after looking up an allusion, at least in a dictionary, we usually still don't understand the poetry and the full meaning of the myth.

"Bulfinch's Mythology" solves this problem. With this book, anyone can learn about the gods and goddesses of Greek and Roman antiquity, of Scandinavian, Celtic and Oriental fable and of the Age of Chivalry, in a readable and entertaining manner.

With "Bulfinch's Mythology," we certainly won't learn as much as a scholar, but we will learn enough to enjoy and appreciate the references to mythology we encounter in literature, painting, sculpture and music.

The stories in "Bulfinch's Mythology" are divided into three sections: The Age of Fable, The Age of Chivalry and The Legends of Charlemagne. The classical myths and legends have been derived from Ovid and Virgil. Although the stories are told in prose, they retain all the poetry of the original. The second section, the myths and sagas of the north, were drawn from Mallet's "Northern Antiquities."

Bulfinch has gone one step further than to simply present myth in an enjoyable and readable manner. He has included many poetic citations to help us better remember the myth in question and to see exactly how myth is incorporated into literature.

57. New Larousse Encyclopedia Of Mythology - by Robert Graves 1987...($103.27)

Mythology is the study of whatever religious or heroic legends are so foreign to a student's
experience that he cannot believe them to be true. Hence the English adjective 'mythical', meaning
'incredible'; and hence the omission from standard European mythologies, such as this, of all
Biblical narratives even when closely paralleled by myths from Persia, Babylonia, Egypt and
Greece; and of all hagiological legends. Otherwise, the New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology
offers a comprehensive and compact Who's Who or Who Was Who of the better known gods,
goddesses, heroes, monsters, demons, angels and saints from all over the world, including certain
Moslem ones. It does not discuss philosophic theory or religious experience, and treats each cult
with the same impersonal courtesy.
Myth has two main functions. The first is to answer the sort of awkward questions that
children ask, such as: 'Who made the world? How will it end? Who was the first man? Where do
souls go after death?' The answers, necessarily graphic and positive, confer enormous power on
the various deities credited with the creation and care of souls--and incidentally on their
The second function of myth is to justify an existing social system and account for
traditional rites and customs. The Erechtheid clan of Athens, who used a snake as an amulet,
preserved myths of their descent from King Erichthonius, a man-serpent, son of the Smith-god
Hephaestus and foster-son of the Goddess Athene. The Ioxids of Caria explained their veneration
for rushes and wild asparagus by a story of their ancestress Perigune, whom Theseus the
Erechtheid courted in a thicket of these plants; thus incidentally claiming cousinship with the Attic
royal house. The real reason may have been that wild asparagus stalks and rushes were woven
into sacred baskets, and therefore taboo.
Myths of origin and eventual extinction vary according to the climate. In the cold North,
the first human beings were said to have sprung from the licking of frozen stones by a divine cow
named Audumla; and the Northern after-world was a bare, misty, featureless plain where ghosts
wandered hungry and shivering. According to a myth from the kinder climate of Greece, a Titan
named Prometheus, kneading mud on a flowery riverbank, made human statuettes which Athene
- who was once the Eibyan Moon--Goddess Neith - brought to life, and Greek ghosts went to a
sunless, flowerless underground cavern. These afterworlds were destined for serfs or commoners;
deserving nobles could count on warm, celestial mead-halls in the North, and Elysian Fields in

58. Encyclopedia of Ancient and Forbidden Secrets

This E-book was a great find! It contains a whopping 199 pages of occult and religious information! An alphabetical listing of terms, organizations, people and more! I was highly impressed with the volume of interesting and usefull information contained in this ebook. I also tried hunting for it on and they do NOT have this book!

59. How To Stop Smoking in a Week

The purpose of this Ebook is to assist you to become tobacco-free forever, without the urge to start-up again. In just one week after starting to quit smoking, you can be free from smoking forever. Information in this Ebook is based on evidence from research on treatments and counseling that help people quit smoking.
If you are about to quit, do you know what to do to fight off that urge to smoke another cigarette? Do you know the reasons that cause you to light up that cigarette? If you are still smoking, you need to ask yourself, “Am I ready to quit the smoking habit”? Can I do it successfully?
There are two factors that will determine your success. They are;

1. You must have the desire to give up your habit.
2. You must have the confidence to know that you can do it.

Of course it’s possible to get motivated to quit, yet you fail for a variety of reasons. Quitting smoking can be an uncomfortable experience, and cigarettes have given you something to do for a long time. Consequently, it is only natural to think about the ups and downs of giving them up. Most who try to quit, fail to do so and have to try several times before they succeed. Should you have any doubts about giving up smoking, put it off until you are determined to do so.

60.Take The Law Into Your Own Hands: The Grand Jury in America - By Dr. Jonathan Burgess, D.EM. 1997

I am a person who likes to fix things.
The key to fixing things is to find out exactly what is
broken, and then apply the proper tool for the job.
There are many things about modern society that are
"broken" and I believe the "tool" that is needed has
been passed down to us through a thousand years of
tradition: the Grand Jury.
Historically, Grand Juries have served as a weapon
against corruption. A grand example was The Tea Pot
Dome Scandal that brought down the Harding
Administration. Criminals had created a safe haven
surrounded by judges and politicians who had been
paid off to protect the criminals while they stole half
of the tax revenues of New York City! This criminal
empire in the Empire State was dismantled by the
diligent work of a Grand Jury when all other methods
failed. Other examples abound of Grand Juries
destroying corruption due to their unique and
fearsome powers. Grand Juries were also used in the
1950's to fight Communism. I believe Grand Juries
fell into disuse as judges, prosecutors and politicians
systematically usurped power from the people.
The following book reveals that legal professionals
have worked hard to isolate the Grand Jury from the
people. An example is that when I inquired at the
Federal Courthouse in Portland,Oregon, I was told that I had to get written per-
mission from the Chief Judge to even view a copy of
the current Grand Jury Handbook! A search of
libraries and law libraries revealed a lack of access to
this important document or its prior editions. So I
decided to reprint what I found when I was finally
able to acquire copies.
Legal professionals and criminals and conspirators of
all sorts fear the power of the Grand Jury. The very
heart of the law is the Grand Jury and yet the secret
nature of the Grand Jury's proceedings has helped to
hide the heart of the law from the people. This book is
meant to give the people access to the tool they need
most to tangibly express their concern and moral
outrage over the pervasive corruption that seems to be
almost everywhere today. This book is designed to
give the people physical access to the Sword and
Shield of Justice, the Grand Jury.

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