Download PDF by Lloyd M. Dickie, Paul R. Boudreau: Awakening Higher Consciousness: Guidance from Ancient Egypt
By Lloyd M. Dickie, Paul R. Boudreau
Explains the relevance of historical myths to the awakening to raised states of attention and enlivened event of the realm
• exhibits how larger attention can come up inside each one people through following the assistance present in historic myths
• unearths how myths effect our own improvement with out our information via their impact on our middle values and tradition
• Examines historic Sumerian, Egyptian, Babylonian, and Hebrew myths, resembling the Epic of Gilgamesh and the tale of Osiris and Isis
In this learn of historical Sumerian, Egyptian, Babylonian, and Hebrew myths, authors Lloyd M. Dickie and Paul R. Boudreau express that many vintage myths comprise directions for awakening larger attention, permitting entry to enlivened adventure of the area and know-how of the divine inside of and round us.
Inspired by means of the paintings of R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, the authors deeply learn production myths and famous historical myths from Mesopotamia and Egypt, corresponding to the Epic of Gilgamesh and the tale of Osiris and Isis. They show that those myths aren't behavioral morality stories yet genuine delineations of ways the next order can come up inside of every one folks. The authors clarify how those tales train us to differentiate the heaven inside of from the earth inside us, to discover the basic a part of our being that offers a hyperlink with our larger powers.
Spending greater than a yr onsite in Egypt to for my part hook up with the myths, the authors clarify how historic storytellers deliberately selected myths as a car for teachings simply because tale has a seed-like ability to implant itself within the subconscious and impression improvement with no the person being conscious of it. via crafting those sacred narratives, the traditional Sumerians and Egyptians offer instruments to rouse to the presence of upper recognition in addition to a street map for the person to return into unsleeping alignment with the perpetual unfolding of the universe.
By Ania Ahlborn
With not anything however the outfits on his back—and whatever terrible snapping at his heels—Jack wintry weather fled his rural Georgia domestic while he was once nonetheless only a boy. staring at the area he knew vanish in a trucker’s rearview reflect, he concept he was once leaving an unspeakable nightmare in the back of perpetually. yet years later, the intense new destiny he’s equipped all of sudden turns pitch black, as anything fiendishly popular looms useless forward.
When Jack, his spouse Aimee, and their babies continue to exist a violent motor vehicle crash, it sort of feels like a miracle. yet Jack is familiar with what he observed at the street that evening, and it wasn’t divine intervention. The profound evil from his previous won’t allow them to die…at least no longer quick. It’s again, and it’s hungry; able to make Jack pay for working, to paintings its malignant magic on his angelic youngest daughter, and to whisper a chilling promise: I’ve consistently been the following, and I’ll by no means leave.
Country convenience isn't any fit for spine-tingling Southern gothic suspense in Ania Ahlborn’s story of a typical guy with a demon on his again. Seed vegetation its page-turning terror deep on your soul, and shall we it develop wild.
By Aleister Crowley
In line with medieval symbolism and old Kabbalistic culture. The Equinox, quantity III, quantity five.
By Moshe Sluhovsky
From 1400 via 1700, the variety of stories of demonic possessions between ecu girls was once terribly excessive. through the comparable interval, a brand new kind of mysticism—popular with women—emerged that significantly affected the chance of ownership and, accordingly, the perform of exorcism. Many feared that during moments of rapture, girls, who had surrendered their souls to divine love, weren't experiencing the paintings of angels, yet quite the ravages of demons in conceal. So how then, asks Moshe Sluhovsky, have been practitioners of exorcism to differentiate demonic from divine possessions?
Drawing on unexplored bills of mystical faculties and religious strategies, tales of the possessed, and exorcism manuals, Believe no longer each Spirit examines how early smooth Europeans handled this quandary. the private stories of practitioners, Sluhovsky exhibits, trumped theological wisdom. nervous that this may result in a rejection of Catholic rituals, the church reshaped the which means and practices of exorcism, reworking this therapeutic ceremony right into a technique of non secular interrogation. In its efforts to tell apart among solid and evil, the church built vital new explanatory frameworks for the kinfolk among physique and soul, interiority and exteriority, and the normal and supernatural.
By Jim Bernheimer
My identify is Mike Ross. i am a Ferryman. I support individuals with ghost difficulties, or ghosts with humans difficulties. humorous factor, not anyone ever is helping me with my difficulties. Civil warfare ghosts bent on killing me, Skinwalkers who simply wish my physique, and a vindictive spirit associated either to my bloodline and my destiny... It seems the lifeless nonetheless carry a great deal of impact over the area, they usually don't need to offer it up. i am in excess of my head. thankfully, i am too obdurate to hand over.
By Edward Lee
Born in darkness, they come up. Seductive angels of homicide, insanity, and horrors past imagining. COVEN Bathed in moonlight, they feed their darkest hungers in a competition of perversion and dying, demented orgies that serve a merciless, unspeakable will... COVEN they're impossible to resist sirens in black, corrupting the dwelling and elevating the useless. Now the silent city of Exham will quit to their loving embody, their haunting attractiveness, and their starving desire for human flesh. Surrender--and die... COVEN attractiveness is simply epidermis deep. extra like a revved-up gross-out '70s B-movie, COVEN revels in its final editorial no-no: it's science-fiction dropped right into a modern horror plot, anything that horror editors appear to by no means purchase. perhaps this one sold...because it really works. initially entitled the ladies IN BLACK, this "turgid," unique tackle the There's anything Fucked-Up on the collage plot highlights Lee's gross-out abilities early on and demonstrates that pulp horror writers particularly can create clean, well-developed, easy-to-realize characters. Cameos of Lee's then-favorite beers--during his beer-snob days--appear in abundance, and Lovecraftian symbols abound (it's enjoyable simply identifying them out), yet wait until you meets the gals during this booklet. this is often the one present novel that Lee desires to sequelize.
Download e-book for kindle: The Way of Tarot: The Spiritual Teacher in the Cards by Alejandro Jodorowsky, Marianne Costa
By Alejandro Jodorowsky, Marianne Costa
Author note: Marianne Costa
This groundbreaking booklet exhibits that the Tarot deck in its entirety is based like a temple, or a mandala, that's either a picture of the area and a illustration of the divine. utilizing Tarology, a brand new mental procedure that attracts at the symbolism and optical language of the Tarot to create a replicate photo of the character, the authors provide a robust software for self-realization, creativity, and therapeutic. Jodorowsky and Costa paintings with the sacred artwork of the unique Marseille Tarot to take the artwork of studying the Tarot to a intensity by no means sooner than attainable.
By Caitlin R. Kiernan
Sarah Crowe left Atlanta, and the remnants of a tumultuous dating, to reside on my own in an previous condominium in rural Rhode Island. inside of its partitions she discovers an unfinished manuscript written through the house's former tenant-a parapsychologist captivated with the traditional oak turning out to be on a desolate nook of the valuables. and because the gnarled tree takes root in her mind's eye, Sarah hazards her overall healthiness and her sanity to unearth a revelation planted centuries ago...
By Joscelyn Godwin
Occultism and esotericism flourished in 19th-century France as they did nowhere else. Many philosophers sought the most important to the universe, and a few claimed to have came upon it. within the unitive imaginative and prescient that resulted, track continually performed a massive half. This account starts off with the anti-Newtonian "colour harpsichord" of Pere Castel, and closes with the disciples of Rene Guenon and their fierce anti-modernity; in among are the foremost figures of Fabre d'Oliver, Charles Fourier, Wronski, Lacuria, Saint-Yves d'Alveydre and their disciples. song was once for them a mix of technological know-how and artwork which could deliver perception into the cosmic order, or even into the brain of God. Theirs was once a "speculative music" within the culture of Pythagoras, Plato, Ficino, and Kepler, similar to is mostly inspiration to have died with the arrival of the Enlightenment. to the contrary, as this ebook indicates, it flourished extra vigorously than ever. the writer offers his matters straightforwardly, explaining the various problems of their works and giving a context for his or her frequently magnificent ideals. He exhibits how speculative tune pertains to perform, treating specifically the situations of Satie and Debussy, as composers accustomed to occultism.
By Carl Lehrburger
The true historical past of the hot international and the viewers, from either East and West, who traveled to the Americas lengthy sooner than 1492
• presents greater than three hundred images and drawings, together with Celtic runes in New England, Gaelic inscriptions in Colorado, and Asian symbols within the West
• Reinterprets many archaeological reveals, comparable to the Ohio Serpent Mound
• unearths Celtic, Hebrew, Roman, early Christian, Templar, Egyptian, chinese language, and eastern impacts in North American artifacts and ruins
As the parable of Columbus “discovering” the United States falls from the pedestal of tested historical past, we're given the chance to find the true tale of the recent global and the viewers, from either East and West, who traveled there lengthy sooner than 1492.
Sharing his greater than 25 years of analysis and commute to websites all through North the United States, Carl Lehrburger employs epigraphy, archaeology, and archaeoastronomy to bare huge facts for pre-Columbian explorers in historic the USA. He presents greater than three hundred pictures and drawings of web sites, relics, and rock artwork, together with Celtic and Norse runes in New England, Phoenician and Hebrew inscriptions within the Midwest, and old Shiva linga and Egyptian hieroglyphs within the West. He uncovers the true tale of Columbus and his explanations for coming to the Americas. He reinterprets many famous archaeological and astronomical reveals, equivalent to the Ohio Serpent Mound, America’s Stonehenge in New Hampshire, and the Crespi assortment in Ecuador. He finds Celtic, Hebrew, Roman, early Christian, Templar, Egyptian, chinese language, and jap impacts in recognized stones and ruins, reconstructing the list of what relatively occurred at the American continents ahead of Columbus. He additionally appears to be like at Hindu impacts in Mesoamerica and sacred sexuality encoded in archaeological websites.
Expanding upon the paintings of recognized diffusionists comparable to Barry Fell and Gunnar Thompson, the writer files the travels and settlements of trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific explorers, miners, and settlers who made it to the Americas and left their marks for us to find. analyzing their sacred symbols, he exhibits how their teachings, prayers, and cosmologies show the cosmic order and sacred panorama of the Americas.