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1. Mars: From Myth and Mystery to Recent Discoveries 2008

This book tells the story of Mars since the dawn of mankind's

curiosity for celestial wonders and the ancient beliefs through the

revolution in our concepts of the cosmos around us in the 1600's to

the present day knowledge and beyond, all the way to the futuristic

visions of science fiction and terraformed Mars with conditions

suitable to Earth life.
It also tells the story of Martian ?life?: pluralistic view of the

1700's with all the bodies of the Solar System being thought to be

inhabited, certainty on the existence of Martian civilization in

the end of the 1800's and the beginning of the 1900's based on the

observations of canals, the sudden ?death? of Mars in the 1960's

due to the images sent back by the first space probes, and the

resurrection in the 1990's and 2000's due to the controversial

findings in Martian meteorite ALH84001 and ever-increasing evidence

for the watery and possibly more temperate past of Mars. All this

is told in a very readable form with no math nor terminology only

the experts in the field are familiar with. The up-to-date text is

supported by both informative imagery and a simple, but inspiring

layout with some special features like a ?flip movie? of the

rotation of Mars and a very illustrative comparison of the

distances of the Martian satellites versus the distance of our Moon

from their respective parent planets.

2. DRACONTIAS: Dracontias being Dragon Rouge member's magazine

no.1 2007
no.2 2008
no.1 2009
no.2 2009

3. Practical Magic ( NLP )

The book covers a wide range of topics— some in depth, some only a

tantalizing glimpse of possibilities which therapists dream of

succeeding at. This book is more than simply a concrete

understandable application of Neuro-Linguistic Programming patterns

to theory. Lankton's way of perceiving and expressing his

experience of succeeding with Neuro-Linguistic Programming

technology pulls at the edges and stretches the cool precise style

of the structure of Magic and Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques

of Milton H. Erickson series. The outcome is a happy event which

therapists, novice or veteran, will find useful.

4. Catching the Thread: Sufism, Dreamwork, and Jungian Psychology

Spiritual life is a response to a call. Of our own accord we would

never turn away from the world and begin the long and painful

journey home. But Someone calls to us, calls to us from within the

depths of our heart, awakening our own deepest longing. This call

is like a golden thread that we follow, guiding us deeper and

deeper within, always pointing to the beyond. It is both intimate

and elusive, for it does not belong to the mind but to the deepest

core of our being. We hear it most easily when the conscious mind

is still, which can be in meditation or when we are surrounded by

the beauty of nature. But it is often in dreams that this call can

be heard most clearly. In our sleep, when the outer world vanishes,

our innermost secret can speak to us and guide us on this most

difficult journey.

Dreams are like mirrors in which we can see ourselves. They reflect

back our hidden self, revealing the true face of our own nature. In

our sleep we are
shown the mysteries, the beauty, and the horror of our inner world.

Through dreams we can get to know this strange and yet familiar

land. And when we wake, our dreams can be a doorway through which

we can walk back into this inner world, can step into the landscape

of the soul.

5. Encyclopedia of Paperfolding Designs

This book offers a wide range of paper-based projects to help

professional designers, students, and the growing number of

paper-craft enthusiasts expand their skills with paper. The

projects are classified by technique and is shown along with a
photograph and an easy-to-follow template. More than 250 projects

include invitation cards, announcements of events, moving, new shop

opening, greeting cards, promotional cards, posters, table

displays, point-of-sales materials, and brochures—the very

reference material designers collect, permanently preserved in a

single volume. This is the first book in the Encyclopedia of

Paper-Folding Designs series followed by New Encyclopedia of

Paper-Folding Designs, and Package Form and Design: Encyclopedia of

Paper-Folding Design.

6. The Quantum Frontier: The Large Hadron Collider 2009

The highest-energy particle accelerator ever built, the Large

Hadron Collider runs under the border between France and

Switzerland. It leapt into action on September 10, 2008, amid

unprecedented global press coverage and widespread fears that its

energy would create tiny black holes that could destroy the earth.

By smashing together particles smaller than atoms, the LHC

recreates the conditions hypothesized to have existed just moments

after the big bang. Physicists expect it to aid our understanding

of how the universe came into being and to show us much about the

standard model of particle physics -- even possibly proving the

existence of the mysterious Higgs boson. In exploring what the

collider does and what it might find, Don Lincoln explains what the

LHC is likely to teach us about particle physics, including

uncovering the nature of dark matter, finding micro black holes and

supersymmetric particles, identifying extra dimensions, and

revealing the origin of mass in the universe.

Thousands of physicists from around the globe will have access to

the LHC, none of whom really knows what outcomes will be produced

by the $7.7 billion project. Whatever it reveals, the results

arising from the Large Hadron Collider will profoundly alter our

understanding of the cosmos and the atom and stimulate amateur and

professional scientists for years to come.

7. 21st Century Mage: Bring the Divine Down to Earth - by Jason A.


For the first time since its initial translation into English at

the turn of the century, Jason Newcomb has reinterpreted the sacred

magic of Abramelin the Mage into a completely relevant program for

contemporary seekers. In the thirty-one chapters of 21st Century

Mage, Newcomb has reinvented the Knowledge and Conversation of Your

Holy Guardian Angel ritual. He lays out a course of practice and

prayer -- and introduces a whole new generation to the Crowleyan

esthetic. Thought to be the simplest and most effective explanation

of secret Western doctrine, The Book of the Sacred Magic of

Abramelin the Mage, a 15th century text, laid the foundation for

the nineteenth century occult group, the Hermetic Order of the

Golden Dawn, and set young Aleister Crowley on his spiritual quest.

This is the book that served as the cornerstone of Crowley's

lifelong practice.

8. Introduction to Human Nutrition - Michael J. Gibney, Susan A.

Lanham-New, Aedin Cassidy, Hester H. Vorster 2009

In this second edition of the introductory text in the acclaimed

Nutrition Society Textbook Series, Introduction to Human Nutrition

has been revised and updated to meet the needs of the contemporary

student. Introduction to Human Nutrition is an essential purchase

for students of nutrition and dietetics, and also for those

students who major in other subjects that have a nutrition

component, such as food science, medicine, pharmacy and nursing.

Professionals in nutrition, dietetics, food science, medicine,

health sciences and many related areas will also find much of great

value within its covers.

9. Rawsome! Maximizing Health, Energy, and Culinary Delight With

the Raw Foods Diet - By Brigitte Mars 2004

A raw foods diet advocates exactly that: eating raw foods. No

cooking, no grilling, no steaming, no application of high

temperatures. Why? Because eating food closest to its natural state

engenders a tremendous exchange of energy between food and body.

The result, over time, is a feeling of buoyant, radiant health.

Tackling head-on the skepticism likely to greet proponents of what

the world sees as a "fad" diet, renowned nutritional consultant and

raw foods adherent Brigitte Mars presents historical data and

scientific evidence confirming the efficacy of raw foods diets in:

Supporting emotional stablity; Increasing energy levels; Clearing

the skin; Boosting immune-system function; improving digestive

function; Dispelling depression: Sustaing overall good health. In

addition, Mars points out the environmental benefits of the raw

foods diet, making a case for eating raw foods as a means of

reducing waste, making the most of agricultural practice, and

reducing the ! human footprint on the earth. Whether the reader

wants to jump right into an all-raw diet or just wants to introduce

more raw foods into the diet, Mars offers gentle encouragement and

practical instruction. Readers will find advice on planning a

balanced diet to meet their nutritional needs, combining foods for

best effect, presrving raw foods, equpping the raw kitchen,

sprouting, juicing, and evey other technique that makes the raw

foods diet simple,delicious, and healthful. In-depth profiles

describe the nutritional and health benefits of hundreds of fruits,

vegetables, nuts, and seasonings. Perhaps most important, the

author provides more than 200 kitchen-tested, real-people-approved

raw foods recipes. Under Mar's instruction, readers will enjoy

making everything from juices and shakes to salads, soupsdressings,

yogurts, crackers, spreads, dips, vegetable burgers, curries,

vegetable pastas, wraps, and more. And let's not forget desset:

brownies, ice cream, lemon bars, fru! it leathers,pies,cakes,

puddings, and other delectable treats. For people who want the

vibrant energy and health that raw foods offe but don't want to

give up the taste of good cooking, "Rawsome!" provides the answer.

About the Author
Brigitte Mars is an hebalist and nutritional consultant from

Boulder, Colorado, who has been working with natural medicine for

more than thirty years. She teaches herbal medicine through Esalen,

the Boulder College of Masage Therapy, and the Naropa Institute.

She is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. She

is the author of several books, including "Sex, Love & Health,"

"Addiction-Free Naturally," "Herbs for Healthy Skin and Nails," and

"Dandelion Medicine."

10. B Is for Beer - Tom Robbins 2009

A Children's Book About Beer?

Yes, believe it or not—but B Is for Beer is also a book for adults,

and bear in mind that it's the work of maverick bestselling

novelist Tom Robbins, inter-nationally known for his ability to

both seriously illuminate and comically entertain.

Once upon a time (right about now) there was a planet (how about

this one?) whose inhabitants consumed thirty-six billion gallons of

beer each year (it's a fact, you can Google it). Among those

affected, each in his or her own way, by all the bubbles, burps,

and foam, was a smart, wide-eyed, adventurous kindergartner named

Gracie; her distracted mommy; her insensitive dad; her

non-conformist uncle; and a magical, butt-kicking intruder from a

world within our world.

Populated by the aforementioned characters—and as charming as it

may be subversive—B Is for Beer involves readers, young and old, in

a surprising, far-reaching investigation into the limits of

reality, the transformative powers of children, and, of course, the

ultimate meaning of a tall, cold brewski.

11. The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health - By

Robert O. Young, Shelley Redford Young 2002

In many ways, The pH Miracle is reminiscent of an earlier

generation of diet books. Much of the focus is on an intestinal

cleansing program, followed by a diet that is 70 to 80 percent

vegetables, coupled with a tremendous selection of supplements that

authors Robert and Shelley Young recommend to everyone, no matter

what their age, gender, or state of health.
The Youngs point their fingers at candida as a main culprit in the

poor health of many people. Unfortunately, they back up their

claims with only vague references, such as "a 1991 study" and "a

leading cancer researcher." Many readers may wish for more specific

evidence, but instead will have to make do with enthusiastic

recommendations, alphabetized lists of vegetables, and pleasing

chapters with vegetarian recipes that taste good no matter how you

feel about the diet as a whole.
Sprinkled throughout the book are short testimonials of people who

were able to reverse cancer, improve their digestion, and lower

their cholesterol by following these recommendations, and it's hard

to argue with the cholesterol-lowering results that a 70 percent

vegetable diet will achieve. Still, the medical value of much else

in the book remains hotly contested, and as always, it's wise to

check with your doctor before starting off in search of miracles.

12. Living Vegetarian For Dummies - Suzanne Havala Hobbs 2009

Practical ways to explore and adapt a vegetarian lifestyle

Are you considering a vegetarian diet for yourself or your family?

Wondering if it's safe and how you'll get the right amount of

nutrients? This authoritative guide has all the answers you need

about living vegetarian, featuring healthful advice as well as

delicious dishes involving vegetables, fruits, grains, and dairy.

Inside you'll find expert advice on adopting a vegetarian

lifestyle, from creating a vegetarian shopping list and

understanding the nutritional aspects of vegetarian eating, to

using the right cooking supplies to vegetarian etiquette, eating

out, and converting a kitchen-and your family's mindset-away from

meat. You'll discover how to make it work when you're the only

member of the house who is vegetarian, as well as how to support a

family member, including a child.
Provides the latest information on vegetarian diets as they relate

to health, the environment, and other areas of our lives
Includes tips for gradually reducing your meat intake
Explains the benefits of a vegetarian lifestyle
Offers dozens of new recipes designed to ease the transition from

omnivore to vegetarian

Whether you're a long-time vegetarian or just starting out, Living

Vegetarian For Dummies, 2nd Edition is your guide to evaluating and

enjoying a meat-free lifestyle.

13. Bioactive Foods in Promoting Health: Fruits and Vegetables - by

Ronald Watson 2009

Dramatically expand exposure to the protective chemicals that can

reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, gastrointestinal disease

and other by choosing the right fruits and vegetables.

While everyone knows fruits and vegetables are beneficial to good

health, it's increasingly seen as important to know which ones can

be effective in treating specific illnesses. For example, which are

good for cardiac care? Which can help combat and treat asthma? What

are the safety concerns to be aware of when using herbs in

combination with traditional medicines?

Diet and nutrition are vital keys to controlling or promoting

morbidity and mortality from chronic diseases, and the multitude of

biomolecules in dietary fruits and vegetables play a crucial role

in health maintenance. They may, therefore, be more effective and

certainly could have different actions beyond nutrients however

this science is still evolving.

This book brings together experts working on the different aspects

of supplementation, foods, and plant extracts, in health promotion

and disease prevention. Their expertise and experience provide the

most current knowledge to promote future research. Dietary habits

need to be altered, for most people and the conclusions and

recommendations from the various chapters in this book will provide

a basis for that change.

The overall goal of this book is to provide the most current,

concise, scientific appraisal of the efficacy of key foods and

constituents medicines in dietary plants in preventing disease and

improving the quality of life. While vegetables have traditionally

been seen to be good sources of vitamins, the roles of other

constituents have only recently become more widely recognized. This

book reviews and often presents new hypotheses and conclusions on

the effects of different bioactive components of the diet, derived

particularly from vegetables, to prevent disease and improve the

health of various populations.

* Identify bioactive fruit and vegetable options for prevention or

treatment of illness
* Moves from general overview to disease specific applications

providing a framework for further research and deeper understanding
* Includes discussion of issues and challenges, permitting critical

analysis and evaluation

14. Student Veggie Grub (Summersdale cookery) 2001

Bored with baked beans? It's cheaper to eat vegetarian food when

you are on a budget, but how do you make it more interesting? This

is a guide to making vegetarian food, from the absolute basics to

more adventurous recipe ideas. There is advice on cooking for

yourself or the entire household.

15. The 1500-Calorie-a-Day Cookbook 2008

Eat up. Slim down. It’s just that easy--with just 1,500 delicious

calories a day!

From the author of The 1,200-Calorie-a-Day Menu Cookbook, comes all

new recipes for when you are counting calories but don’t want to

sacrifice flavor, taste, or variety. While most low-calorie meal

plans leave you hungry for more, this cookbook serves up a

satisfying selection of energy-boosting breakfasts, fast-fix

lunches, and delectable dinners--plus two healthy snacks and one

guilt-free dessert--every single day! It’s hard to believe it’s

just 1,500 calories.

16. The Alaskan Bootlegger's Bible - By Leon W. Kania 2000

Book Description How to make beer, wine, liqueurs, cider and

moonshine whiskey. The author dusts off over 30 years of experience

to tell you how it's done. He not only tells how to make darned

near any kind of beer, wine, liqueur and whiskey you can imagine,

he also tells you how to make the equipment to do it with. Ever

wondered how a still is made? There are 8 types illustrated in this

book and though it's illegal to build or possess a still, the

illustrations are so complete, you could easily do it! This book

includes plans and operating instructions from underground

moonshiner manuals used in Mid East oil fields. Some are built with

components found in most home kitchens. From moonshine, homebrew,

wine and liqueur recipes, to stills, make your own cappers, kegs,

scales and even a malt factory from an old freezer, it's all here!
Easy to read and humorous, this book entertains you with Alaskan

tales and bootlegger's lore while you learn to make everything from

beer and blossom wines, to horse turd whiskey and bathtub gin. If

you could buy only one "make your own" book for the rest of your

life, this is it. It's like getting a whole shelf of books for the

price of one!

About the Author
Never nominated for sainthood, the author has spent his life in the

most "gawdawful" places with some of the most interesting people

imaginable. "Making your own" often meant using local ingredients

and improvising your equipment. This thirst induced ingenuity

produced some amazing and sometimes hilarious results. The

characters, recipes, plans and instructions in this book are real,

only the names have been changed to protect the guilty. The war

stories are all true and growing daily.
An ex-Green Beret, Leon came to Alaska in 1973. Assigned to the

U.S. Army Northern Warfare Training Center at Ft. Greely where he

met his wife Scottie. The crew now includes a son, Leon Jr.

studying for a degree in Computer Science and an incorrigible

little green bird named Jessie who "punctuated" almost every page

of the draft book.
The aim of this book is to explain how to make all types of

alcoholic beverages in an easy to understand and entertaining

manner. It stresses the arts, not the science, steers you toward

using wholesome natural ingredients, rather than chemicals and

shows you how to make, rather than buy most of your equipment. It

has an Alaskan Bush flavor by virtue of many of its tales and

recipes, but the "how-to" information is universal and applies

anywhere in the world.

17. The Non-Alcoholic Drink Book - By Dolores M. DuNah and H. Jean

Groudle 1071

These secrets from the kitchens of two creative homemakers -

personally tested and tasted - are gauranteed to please your

friends and family. Completely non-alcoholic and caffeine-free,

these delicious beverage recipes are healthful and just right for

every occasion. Dozens of tasty ideas for simple socials and

sumptuous receptions are provided - fruit punches, holiday

beverages, party refreshments, vegetable drinks, and milk-base

beverages, to name just a few. You'll love these delicious drinks!

18. Superfruits: Top 20 Fruits Packed with Nutrients and

Phytochemicals, Best Ways to Eat Fruits for Maximum Nutrition, and

75 Simple and Delicious Recipes for Overall Wellness - Paul M.

Gross 2009

Paul Gross, the “Berry Doctor,” gets beyond the marketing hype on

superfruits. By looking at nutrient density, research support and

popular appeal, Gross delivers a cornucopia of offerings that can

easily enhance well-being. Further, he includes ideas to add the

nutrient-rich fruits into the diet, whether via simple suggestions

in the breakdown of each offering, a list of the types of products

to look for in the supermarket, or by following the creative

recipes. Gross enables readers to make proactive choices to enhance

their own health.”
--Heather Granato, Group Editor, Virgo Publishing
“Dr. Paul Gross has done an excellent job. This book will be an

important resource for informing the public about the health

effects of fruits.”
—Gary Stoner, Ph.D., Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ohio State

“Dr. Paul Gross’s straightforward and well-documented book provides

strong direction and clear-cut answers for consumers, based on

well-reasoned research and compelling evidence. His use of

readily-understandable superfruits criteria and a ‘points system’

for rating health-beneficial fruits is a welcome answer to

consumers seeking the best choices for themselves and their

–Mary Ann Lila Ph.D., Director, Plants for Human Health Institute,

North Carolina State University
"Dr. Gross is a leading expert and strong proponent of consumer

education and superfruit science, and following careers as a

university scientist, entrepreneur, and food industry consultant,

he is the leading advocate for superfruits and superfruit science."
-- Steve Talcott Ph.D., Department of Food Chemistry, Texas A&M

“This is a book for the public, for nutritionists, MDs and

alternative medical practitioners, vegetarians, for anyone who

wants to better understand what a well-chosen selection of

superfruits can do for you inside and out besides tasting great.”
—Ian Crown, Panoramic Fruit Company, Puerto Rico
All fruits are NOT created equal
The “Berry Doctor” reveals secrets behind nature's healthiest

What would you do to increase your chances of living longer and

healthier? Superfruit expert Paul Gross, Ph.D. ranks the top twenty

fruits that can help you get started on a lifelong healthy diet,

and he gives you the science behind each fruit's unique nutritional

advantages. Eating superfruits regularly can help you look younger,

lose weight, and reduce your risk of getting cancer, cardiovascular

disease, or diabetes.
All fruits have some health-promoting potential, but Superfruits

reveals which ones pack the most value for your well-being.

19. The Food-Mood Solution: All-Natural Ways to Banish Anxiety,

Depression, Anger, Stress, Overeating, and Alcohol and Drug

Problems--and Feel Good Again 2007

Renowned nutrition expert Jack Challem isolates the nutritional

triggers of bad moods, providing solutions that will help you

stabilize your moods, gain energy, sleep better, handle stress, and

be more focused. He lays out a clear-cut, four-step plan for

feeding the brain the right nutrition, presenting advice on

choosing the right foods and supplements as well as improving

lifestyle habits to help regulate mood swings.

20. Salvestrol Richest Recipes - Dan Burke 2006

Nature’s Defence is an innovative research company that brings

together a unique blend of scientific expertise. Our

industry-leading research facilities and ethical approach to

business means we are uniquely placed to deliver groundbreaking new

research technologies, that work with nature for the benefit of

both mankind and the environment

Salvestrols are recently discovered, plant based nutrients -

phytonutrients - which appear to be one of the most important

components present in fresh fruit and vegetables and may be

responsible for some of the major health benefits provided by these

food sources. But, Salvestrols are normally present at such low

levels in the modern diet that, until now, scientists had thought

them to be insignificant to contribute to good health.

Salvestrols have been described by Professor Dan Burke as “The most

significant breakthrough in nutrition since the discovery of

vitamins.” And, the research team who first discovered Salvestrols

and identified them as essential to our wellbeing, have now gained

a detailed understanding of how the body uses these compounds.

What Are Salvestrols?
The Recipes
Salads, Side Dishes & Snacks
1. Wild Carrots With Fresh Mint
2. Fresh Asparagus In Butter Sauce
3. Asparagus Salad
4. Sweet And Sour Wild Carrots
5. Artichokes In Dipping Sauce
6. Broccoli With Garlic Mayonnaise
7. Curried Chicken Salad With Grapes
8. Lettuce Salad With Avocado
9. Garden Tuna Vinaigrette
10. Turnip, Mustard Or Dandelion Greens
11. Asparagus Broccoli
Or Cauliflower Soup
12. Asparagus Soup
13. Cream Of Asparagus Soup
14. All Day Vegetables Deluxe
15. Beef And Cabbage Soup
16. Vegetable Soup With Basil Au Pistou
17. Chunky Vegetable Soup With Dumplings
Main Courses
18. Anginares Me Anitho Artichokes With Dill
19. Asparagus With Garlic And Basil
20. Avocado Ahdi
21. California Chicken
22. Chicken And Fresh Vegetable Provencale
23. Algerian Cooked Wild Carrot Salad
24. Antipasto Salad
25. Asparagus Casserole
26. Bouquetiere De Legumes From The Chaparral
27. Lemon Chicken Asparagus
28. Sherried Chicken With Asparagus Wild Carrots And Noodle
29. Artichoke And Tomato Chicken
30. Chicken And Peppers
31. Couscous Primavera
32. Fresh Strawberry Glaze Cake
33. English Strawberry Trifle Cake
34. Real Fruit Fruitcake
35. A Plus Apple
36. Apple And Carrot Cake
37. Happy Endings Plum Cake

21. The Hundred-Year Lie: How Food and Medicine Are Destroying Your

Health - Randall Fitzgerald

Chemicals in everyday products are ruining your health-find out

what you can do about it.

One hundred years ago, the promise of "a better living through

chemistry" was given to consumers, setting us on a slippery slope

that introduced thousands of man-made chemicals into our food,

water, medicine and environment.

In The Hundred-Year Lie, investigative journalist Randall

Fitzgerald shatters dozens of myths being perpetuated by the

chemical, pharmaceutical, and processed foods industries. He shows

how early advances led to a build-up of industry, and how the

profit motive then led companies and even our own government to

ignore troubling signs of widespread illness and disease.

Are we paying too high a price in our rush for progress? What

happens when we blindly rely on the government to keep us safe?

What does the future hold if we continue down this path? With a

firm grasp on the latest scientific findings, Fitzgerald offers a

clear-eyed view of a building crisis in public health.

Like Silent Spring and Fast Food Nation, this is a book that

demands change. Fitzgerald not only sheds light on the problems we

face from this unprecedented chemical onslaught, he tells us how we

can turn the tide.

Summary: Shocking
Rating: 5

This information is both shocking and necessary. It is important to

learn the different way one needs to learn and on what levels our

food effects our diet. We are only getting enough to barely live in

nutrients, and people need to learn how to get what they need, and

what is being done to encourage, not prevent disease.

Summary: Nice Fit
Rating: 5

I purchased this for a researcher in our group so I am not the end

user. I was told however that the reason he wanted these was

because of the fit and comfort.

Summary: A MUST-READ for anyone living in a city. Amazingly GREAT

Rating: 5

A MUST READ book, it is simnply amazing,
I feel sorry I cannot give it 6 or 7 stars out of 5.

EVERYONE absolutely everyone must have this book as
OBLIGATORY reading in schools, universities,
any state department.

I cannot even express myself how good this book is
and how eye-opening!

Summary: Educational quick read.
Rating: 5

Excellent, easy reading that is very informative. A reminder to not

blindly trust government agencies to protect the public.

Summary: The Hundred Year Lie
Rating: 5

This is one of the best books I've read in awhile. A customer

brought her copy in for us to read & I was so impressed that I

ordered a copy for myself & for a friend. I could not share all the

information in the book with others as it is so much!

With health care being an issue & our health in general this is a

must read to help you understand what has happened in the industry

& continuing to happen on a daily basis. You will become more

informed on why we are all so sick. Wonderful reading.

22. Weed Related eBooks(cannabis-marijuana-ganja)

there may be some pdf's missing from this one

Adam Gottlieb - The Art And Science Of Cooking With Cannabis
Beginner's Guide To Growing Marijuana
Chris Eudaley - How To Be A Pot Star Like Me
Clarke, Robert C - Marijuana Botany - An Advanced Study
Do It Yourself - How To Make Hash Oil
Do It Yourself - Make And Toke Your Own Bongs!
Do It Yourself - THC Resin Extraction
Do It Yourself - The Infamous ''Dual Bong
Do It Yourself - The Joint Rolling Handbook
Ganja Etiquette
Greg Green - The Cannabis Grow Bible
Hamppu-Lehdet 1991-1995
How To Grow Marijuana Hydroponically
Hullu Puutarhuri
Marijuana Grower's Handbook
Marijuana Terms U Should Know
The Joys Of An Herb Garden At Home (Version 3)
The Marijuana Grower's Guide
Todd McCormick - How To Grow Medicinal Marijuana
Cannabis - Big Book of Buds

23. Medical-Rosacrucian-Astrology

This old parchment shows the anciently-held link between the 12

signs of the Zodiac and the various parts of the body

Medical astrology is an ancient medical system that associates

various parts of the body, diseases and drugs as under the

influence of the Sun, Moon and planets, along with the twelve

astrological signs. Each of the astrological signs (along with the

Sun, Moon, and planets) are associated with different parts of the

human body. Also, many plants are referred to in old treatises on

herbs as being "under the influence of" some planet. This was used

as a codification of associations of the signs with the parts of

the body are as follows:

• Aries - head, face, brain, eyes
• Taurus - throat, neck, thyroid gland, vocal tract
• Gemini - arms, lungs, shoulders, hands, nervous system
• Cancer - chest, breasts, stomach, alimentary canal
• Leo - heart, chest, spine, spinal column, upper back
• Virgo - digestive system, intestines, spleen, nervous system
• Libra - kidneys, skin, lumbar region, buttocks
• Scorpio - reproductive system, sexual organs, bowels, excretory

• Sagittarius - hips, thighs, liver, sciatic nerve
• Capricorn - knees, joints, skeletal system
• Aquarius - ankles, calves, circulatory system
• Pisces - feet, toes, lymphatic system, adipose tissue

24. The Encyclopedia Of Mind Control: Mind Control-World Control

Since the beginning of recorded history men have lusted for control

of their fellows—the impulse seemingly part of the makeup of the

half-ape, half-angel we call human. Until modern times brute force,

propaganda, and religion were the most successful methods for the

manipulation of human beings, but by the turn of this century

coercive methodology had advanced far beyond the sword, the

inflammatory slogan, and the stick and carrot of heaven and hell.

Now, in the 20th century, scientists in the pay of governments and

other monied interests have made technical breakthroughs that

render actual mind control feasible, and on a nigh-universal scale.

Invasive control techniques have been fine-tuned to the point where

the controllers are literally
able to get inside our heads and to command us.