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1. PSI Spies: The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Program -
By Jim Marrs 2007

PSI Spies will take you behind the scenes of the U.S.
Army’s formerly top-secret remote viewing unit to discover how the military has used this psychic ability as a tool, and a weapon.
Despite the fact that remote viewing was developed by various tax-supported government agencies, including the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and even the U.S. Army, a majority of Americans still have never heard of this faculty.

In the 1970s, with the support of Congress, the Army formed a small unit of remote viewers to spy for America.
These soldiers/psychic spies gained penetrating knowledge about a wide variety of subjects.
They were consulted to stop a Soviet plot to kill President Ronald Reagan.
They mentally prowled the halls of the Kremlin.
They probed Iraq’s hidden weapons sites in preparation for the 1991 Gulf War.
From insights into our future to the continuing mysteries of UFOs and crop circles, no subject has been immune to the military remote viewers—America’s Psi Spies.

2. The Gnostic Religion - H. Jonas 1971

As an introduction to this insightful work, Hans Jonas opens with one of the most illuminating overviews of the condition of the Greco-Roman and the Orient from times of Alexander the Great to the early centuries of the Christian Era. Then, moving into the Gnostic texts, Jonas discusses the meaning of "gnosis", as the ancient man understood it, along with other terms pervasive throughout Gnostic literature. At last, in part one, Jonas describes the extent of the Gnostic movement, and ultimately sets the stage for his in-depth analysis of the various schools and Gnostic systems of thought in part two, namely those of Simon Magus, Marcion, Valentinian, Hermes Trismegistus, and the infamous Manes. In part three, Jonas deals with the Gnostic cosmology and morality, with some of the new discoveries in the field, and finally, in the epilogue, he closes with a dissertation on Gnosticism, Existentialism, and Nihilism. Hans Jonas' work, overall is an excellent, comprehensive study of the multifaceted belief systems of the Mediterranean World. While his treatment may exhaust even the most concentrated of readers, it nevertheless will furnish such a wealth of knowledge that it will act as a superb reference tool and will be a valuable source for religious, cultural, or philosophical studies.

3. The Master Grimoire Of Magickal Rites & Ceremonies - Nathan Elkana (This ebook sells for $1,300.00 on ebay),-Cerem...

Since the dawn of time Occult Masters, known as "Adepts", have possessed a power of influence people, change events, and command whatever they desired to happen. Some of these men and women have been quite ordinary looking people, possessing no special physical qualities, and attracting no undue attention towards themselves. The only remarks drawn from their acquaintances were that "things always seem to go their way". Whilst most of these Adepts have led lives far removed from the spotlight some have been amongst the most famous personages of all time. To the well informed reader it will be no news that much of man's history has been shaped behind the scenes by the secret machinations - good and evil - of very powerful men and women of the magickal arts.


This Master Grimoire that you now hold in your hands is a practical grimoire for the practical modern man and women. He who seeks fame and fortune can achieve such by employing the awesome powers of ceremonial magick. And he who wishes for just simple life, free of toil and difficulty, will gain much through the powers of magick. This Master Grimoire can make you an Adept. It can give you the power over people and circumstances that you would never have thought imaginable. It is called a Master Grimoire because it is taken from some of the oldest and most potent magickal grimoires of the past, mighty and masterful secret rites and ceremonies that can give the reader just about anything that he wants in life. Some of these secret rites and ceremonies have never been made public before.

4. Christianity: An Ancient Egyptian Religion - Ahmed Osman

Contends that the roots of Christian belief come not from Judaea but from Egypt

• Shows that the Romans fabricated their own version of Christianity and burned the Alexandrian library as a way of maintaining political power

• Builds on the arguments of the author's previous books The Hebrew Pharaohs of Egypt, Moses and Akhenaten, and Jesus in the House of the Pharaohs

In Christianity: An Ancient Egyptian Religion author Ahmed Osman contends that the roots of Christian belief spring not from Judaea but from Egypt. He compares the chronology of the Old Testament and its factual content with ancient Egyptian records to show that the major characters of the Hebrew scriptures--including Solomon, David, Moses, and Joshua--are based on Egyptian historical figures. He further suggests that not only were these personalities and the stories associated with them cultivated on the banks of the Nile, but the major tenets of Christian belief--the One God, the Trinity, the hierarchy of heaven, life after death, and the virgin birth--are all Egyptian in origin. He likewise provides a convincing argument that Jesus himself came out of Egypt.

With the help of modern archaeological findings, Osman shows that Christianity survived as an Egyptian mystery cult until the fourth century A.D., when the Romans embarked on a mission of suppression and persecution. In A.D. 391 the Roman-appointed Bishop Theophilus led a mob into the Serapeum quarter of Alexandria and burned the Alexandrian library, destroying all records of the true Egyptian roots of Christianity. The Romans' version of Christianity, manufactured to maintain political power, claimed that Christianity originated in Judaea. In Christianity: An Ancient Egyptian Religion Osman restores Egypt to its rightful place in the history of Christianity.

5. Paths of Wisdom: Principles and Practice of the Magical Cabala in the Western Tradition - John Michael Greer

From Cornelius Agrippa to the adepts of the Golden Dawn, the magicians of the west have used the Cabala as the foundation of their work. This is a guide to exploring the theory and practice of Cabalistic magic from a modern perspective. It also covers Pathworking on the Tree of the Sephiroth.
John Michael Greer (Maryland) has been a student of monster lore and the occult since 1975. He is also the author of several books, including Natural Magic: Potions and Powers from the Magical Garden, Circles of Power: Ritual Magic in the Western Tradition, and Inside a Magical Lodge He has written articles for Renaissance Magazine, Golden Dawn Journal, Mezlim, New Moon Rising, Gnosis, and Alexandria.

A student and practitioner of geomancy and sacred geometry for more than twenty years, fluent in Latin and medieval French for the past five years, and a Certified Tarot Grand Master, Greer has studied geomantic texts from the Middle ages and Renaissance, learning and testing out the techniques that were used when geomancy was at its height. Greer is an active member of five fraternal and two magical lodges. He lives in Seattle, where he studied the legends and monster lore of the Pacific Northwest and attends lodge meetings in a building with its own resident ghosts.

6. Planetary Magick: The Heart of Western Magick - Denning and Phillips

Melita Denning and Osborne Phillips are internationally-recognized authorities on the mainstream Western Mysteries and are two of the foremost exponents of the Ogdoadic Tradition, that premier hermetic school whose keywords are knowledge and regeneration, and whose influence and works are historically traceable for the past one thousand years.

The authors received their major esoteric training in the magical order Aurum Solis, a society which was founded in 1897 and which has continued in active existence to the present day. On July 8, 1987, the authors, then heads of Aurum Solis, retired from the Order; but on June 23, 1988, at the unanimous request of the members, they resumed office.

In 1997, Melita Denning passed from this earth.

7. The Power of the Word: The Secret Code of Creation - Donald Tyson

he true structure of the most sacred name of God is the great arcanum of occultism-never before explicitly revealed but only hinted at in obscure religious and alchemical emblems. It is now laid bare in "The Power of the Word“.

Renowned occultist Donald Tyson clearly shows how IHVH, the four Hebrew letters in the lost name of God, hold the key that unlocks the meaning behind astrological symbolism, the Tarot, the kabbalah, the mysteries of the Old Testament and the Book of Revelation, divinatory systems such as the I Ching and medieval geomancy, the Enochian magic of John Dee, and modern ritual magic. The holiest name of God is nothing less than the archetypal blueprint of creation, the basis for such fundamental forms as the DNA double helix and the binary language of modern computers.

This groundbreaking work is the most complete magical reference guide to the secret code of creation ever presented.

Donald Tyson is a Canadian from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Early in life he was drawn to science by an intense fascination with astronomy, building a telescope by hand when he was eight. He began university seeking a science degree, but became disillusioned with the aridity and futility of a mechanistic view of the universe and shifted his major to English. After graduating with honors he has pursued a writing career. Now he devotes his life to the attainment of a complete gnosis of the art of magic in theory and practice. His purpose is to formulate an accessible system of personal training composed of East and West, past and present, that will help the individual discover the reason for one's existence and a way to fulfill it.

8. Secret Rituals of OTO (Black Flag Edition) - Francis King

9. Transcendental Heidegger - Steven Crowell 2007

The thirteen essays in this volume represent the most sustained investigation, in any language, of the connections between Heidegger's thought and the tradition of transcendental philosophy inaugurated by Kant. This collection examines Heidegger's stand on central themes of transcendental philosophy: subjectivity, judgment, intentionality, truth, practice, and idealism. Several essays in the volume also explore hitherto hidden connections between Heidegger's later "post-metaphysical" thinking—where he develops a "topological" approach that draws as much upon poetry as upon the philosophical tradition—and the transcendental project of grasping the conditions that make experience of a meaningful world possible. This volume will interest philosophers in the continental tradition, where Heidegger's thought has long had a central role, as well as those many philosophers in the analytic tradition whose own approach to knowledge, semantics, and philosophy of mind traces its roots to Kant.

10. A Mithriac Ritual of The Cult of Mithra (djvu)- g.r.s mead 2005

The last little volume gave the reader a
brief outline of what is known of the cult
of Mithra and the spread of the Mithriac
Mysteries in the Western world. We
have now to deal with a Mithriac Ritual
of the most instructive and intensely
interesting character, which introduces
us to the innermost rite of the carefully
guarded secrets of the Mithriaca.

11. Tantra: the cult of the feminine - andre van lysebetth

Tantra (Sanskrit: ??????; "weave" denoting continuity), (anglicised tantricism or tantrism) or tantram (Sanskrit: ??????) is a religious philosophy according to which Shakti is usually the main deity worshipped, and the universe is regarded as the divine play of Shakti and Shiva. The word Tantra also applies to any of the scriptures (called "Tantras") commonly identified with the worship of Shakti. Tantra deals primarily with spiritual practices and ritual forms of worship, which aim at liberation from ignorance and rebirth. Tantrism has influenced the Hindu, Bön, Buddhist, and Jain religious traditions. Tantra in its various forms has existed in India, Nepal, China, Japan, Tibet, Korea, Cambodia, Burma, Indonesia and Mongolia.

12. The Secret History of Freemasonry: Its Origins and Connection to the Knights Templar - Paul Naudon 2005

Readers interested in secret societies and Freemasonry will enjoy this well-written account. Those interested in the connection to the Knights Templar will find this must-reading! Highly enjoyable!

Ever since Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code took the world by storm, the public can't get enough of books that unmask or further promote its conspiracies about Mary Magdalene, the Gnostic Gospels and famously secret societies like the Knights Templar. Naudon, a scholar in the history of the law and a Freemason himself, traces the origins of the elusive society of Freemasons, of which the medieval Order of the Templars is a branch, illuminating its sources step by step from antiquity to the present. Adopting a generally scholarly scientific and "objective" approach to his subject, Naudon painstakingly constructs the move of Freemasonry from a society of builders to one of intellectual life, sacred ritual being the tie that binds this brotherhood throughout history. Naudon's book is an impressive work of scholarship grounded in fascinating ideas about sacred space, the rituals of building churches, cathedrals and temples, as well as the varied brotherhoods established to conduct what was once considered a divinely inspired activity. For hardcore aficionados of architecture and academics interested in the creation of social sacred space across time, his book is a must-read

13. Karmapa: The Black Hat Lama of Tibet

Karmapa, the black hat hierarch of Tibet, has been honoured as a living buddha in his 16 successive incarnations. The Karmapa life stories tell of the spread of mystic spirituality in the regions of Tibet, China, Mongolia, Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim and also incorporate the ancient transmission from India. The life stories of the Karmapas are being told here for the first time in English and cover 800 years. The Karmapa lamas established monasteries in Tibet and other countries, and they were famous as artists and sculptors, whose unique style known as Karma-Khadri, is the most highly considered art school in Tibet. The 16th Karmapa Rangjung Rigpe Dorje has written an introductory message expressing the hope that people of all nations will read the book.

14. Herbal Treatment of Children: Western and Ayurvedic Perspectives 2005

A comprehensive and authoritative text providing information on the usefulness, effectiveness and appropriateness of the use of herbal remedies in childhood.

* A practical guide to the safe and effective use of herbal medicines in pediatric primary care, written by a respected and internationally known expert
* Easily accessible information ensures quick reference in practice
* Case histories and practical tips make this an essential companion for all professionals in primary care

15. Psychic Vampire Codex: A Manual of Magick and Energy Work - Michelle A. Belanger 2004

The Psychic Vampire Codex is the first book to examine the phenomenon and experience of modern vampirism completely from the vampire's perspective. Father Sebastian, a fellow psychic vampire writes in the foreword that Michelle Belanger's system "introduced a breath of fresh air into the vampire subculture. It freed us to look at ourselves in a new light, and it also helped those outside our community to view us differently. No longer were we parasites or predators . . . we could use our inborn abilities to help people heal."

Psychic vampires are people who prey on the vital, human life energies of others. They are not believed to be undead. They are mortal people whose need for energy metaphorically connects them to the life-stealing predators of vampire myth.

In The Psychic Vampire Codex, Michelle Belanger, author and psychic vampire, introduces readers to the fascinating system of energy work used by vampires themselves and provides the actual codex text widely used by the vampire community for instruction in feeding and other techniques. Belanger also examines the ethics of vampirism and offers readers methods of protection from vampires.

The Psychic Vampire Codex explodes all preconceptions and myths about who and what psychic vampires really are and reveals a vital and profound spiritual tradition based on balance, rebirth, and an integral relationship with the spirit world.

16. Self-Hypnosis Revolution: The Amazingly Simple Way to Use Self-Hypnosis to Change Your Life - Forbes Blair 2007

The author of the best-selling self-hypnosis book Instant Self-Hypnosis shows you how to re-program your mind for success in every area of your life while you go through your daily routine. Everything you do, including chores and everyday tasks, suddenly become potent opportunities for self-empowerment! You can practice this simple, powerful method while you take out the garbage, brush the dog, drive to the store, clean the house, or during just about any other activity.

Reach your goals faster, break bad habits, turn your life around and have what you want--it's fast, it's easy and anyone can do it.

17. The Astrology Book: The Encyclopedia of Heavenly Influences - James R. Lewis 2003

It is hard to imagine a more comprehensive reference encyclopedia to this topic than the volumen at hand

Starman walks among us again. Updated and expanded, The Astrology Book: The Encyclopedia of Heavenly Influences defines and explains more than 800 astrological terms and concepts from air signs to Zeus and everything in between. Ten years after the publication of The Astrology Encyclopedia, James R. Lewis updates and expands this definitive work on celestial forces for anyone seeking to expand their knowledge on the influence of the stars and other heavenly bodies on human personality, behavior, and fate.

A recent USA Today poll disclosed that more than 25 percent of the population has some belief in astrology. Lewis uses the power of the information age to explore the scientific, historic, and popular basis behind the ancient art, providing the reader with a thorough understanding of basic astrology. One thing is for sure: students, soothsayers, and star watchers everywhere will learn there's more to astrology than just the twelve signs of the Zodiac and never knowing all six winning lottery numbers at one time. Not just what's your sign, baby, but what's up with your chart?

Students of the sun and stars and the layman interested in knowing more about those passionate Scorpios or intuitive Pisceans can examine the total astrology culture, famous astrologers, heavenly bodies, and even pesky technical terms. And to further them on their star quest, The Astrology Book includes a special section on casting a chart, plus a new chapter that explains and interprets every planet in every house and sign. The text also includes a table of astrological glyphs and abbreviations, and a list of organizations, books, periodicals, and Web sites all dedicated to the study of influences reigning from the heavens. About James R Lewis

Prof. Lewis is the author of Visible Ink Press' Angels A to Z, The Astrology Book, and The Dream Encyclopedia. Other titles include Doomsday Prophecies: A Complete Guide to the End of the World, Magical Religion and Modern Witchcraft, and Peculiar Prophets: A Biographical Dictionary of New Religions, and his latest, The Oxford Handbook of New Religious Movements. Lewis' work has received recognition in the form of Choice's Outstanding Academic Title award and Best Reference Book awards from the American Library Association and the New York Public Library Association.

17. Richard Bandler's Guide to Trance-formation: How to Harness the Power of Hypnosis to Ignite Effortless and Lasting Change 1997

With decades of practical and clinical hypnotherapy work behind him-during which he claims to have cured everything from phobias to schizophrenia-hypnotist and author Bandler (Get the Life You Want) rejects conventional psychotherapy in favor of "neuro-linguistic programming," rooted in the inherent human capacity for learning and communication. Here, Bandler collects his techniques for overcoming mental problems now and in the future. Trance states, according to Bandler, are phenomena vital to the human experience, particularly in repetitive behaviors: "At some level or other, everything is hypnosis...people have their work trances, their relationship trances, their driving trances." Exploring these trance states with readers, Bandler provides a number of practical, meditative strategies for developing one's abilities to self-assess and reprogram destructive patterns, providing numerous patient anecdotes and sidelights on subjects like buried hypnotic commands. Despite some improbable claims (achieving lasting cures after only one trance session), Bandler's thorough breakdown of the learning process and simple, cumulative exercises make this psychological self-help worth a look, especially for those who have hit dead ends with more standard approaches.

18. The Structure of Magic: A Book About Communication and Change (Book 2) - John Grinder, Richard Bandler

This series is for the serious in depth learner and student of NLP. These are not self help books for the casual reader they are the kind of book most of us read a chapter of and then have to digest, read again, as these are text books..real text books