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The Sonderman Constellation

Author : R. Prindle
ISBN : 9780595477234
Genre : Fiction
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The Sonderman Constellation is a novel of conflict both on the personal and societal level. A young boy struggles to find his way through the maze of difficult personal relationships and the pressure of a rapidly changing society. Ostensibly cast in a present from 1950-56 the psychological milieu shifts from a past including FDR to a future of Richard Speck. The huge cast of characters historical and fictional flash across the pages churning through the mind of the unknown narrator. Everyman speaks his mind, deconstructs and reconstructs his own and society's psychological state to bring order out of chaos, harmony out of discord. In only a couple hundred pages there are astonishing romps through psychology, mythology, stamp collecting, Mob activities and crime, murder, sex and mayhem. All within the context of a boy trying to get through Junior High and High School. Will he make it, can he make it, will they even let him into High School? That story alone is worth the price of admission. Don't wait. Act now. Give yourself an armchair trip. Place your order.

Witchcraft And Magic

Author : Helen A. Berger
ISBN : 9780812201253
Genre : Social Science
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Magic, always part of the occult underground in North America, has experienced a resurgence since the 1960s. Although most contemporary magical religions have come from abroad, they have found fertile ground in which to develop in North America. Who are today's believers in Witchcraft and how do they worship? Alternative spiritual paths have increased the ranks of followers dramatically, particularly among well-educated middle-class individuals. Witchcraft and Magic conveys the richness of magical religious experiences found in today's culture, covering the continent of North America and the Caribbean. These original essays survey current and historical issues pertinent to religions that incorporate magical or occult beliefs and practices, and they examine contemporary responses to these religions. The relationship between Witchcraft and Neopaganism is explored, as is their intersection with established groups practicing goddess worship. Recent years have seen the growth in New Age magic and Afro-Caribbean religions, and these developments are also addressed in this volume. All the religions covered offer adherents an alternative worldview and rituals that are aimed at helping individuals redefine themselves and make their interactions with the environment more empowered. Many modern occult religions share an absence of dogma or central authority to determine orthodoxy, and have become a contemporary experience embracing modern concerns like feminism, environmentalism, civil rights, and gay rights. Afro-Caribbean religions such as Santería, Palo, and Curanderismo, which do have a more developed dogma and authority structure, offer their followers a religion steeped in African and Hispanic traditions. Responses to the growth of magical religions have varied, from acceptance to an unfounded concern about the growth of a satanic underground. And, as magical religions have flourished, increased interest has resulted in a growing commercialization, with its threat of trivialization.

Psychonautica Dmt

Author : Mister Strange
ISBN : 1478163356
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Psychonautica: DMT the graphic novel is based on a series of postulations made after a breakthrough experience. Written and illustrated by Mister Strange in an brazen attempt to portray the ineffable journey into the psychedelic realm.


Author : Paul Doru Mugur
ISBN : 9798985965919
Genre : Fiction
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Psychonautica is a journey through many different worlds: virtual, onirical, esoterical, or simply the crazy Bucharest traffic; it is a quest for inner freedom in the maelstrom of our fast-forward culture. The stories weave concepts borrowed from literature, philosophy, IT, anthropology, cognitive science and quantum physics-and introduce a panoply of tripped post-human characters.

Shamanic Qabalah

Author : Daniel Moler
ISBN : 9780738757698
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Transform Your Life and Empower Your Soul through the Mystical Union of Qabalah and Shamanism Take a journey into the Mysteries with Shamanic Qabalah. Fusing Hermetic Qabalah and Peruvian shamanic practices, this book lays out a template for exploring the inner and outer worlds in the tradition of the ancients. Discover how you can make your own way through the Great Work—communing with the unseen entities and elements of the universe and achieving union with the Divine. Trained in Peruvian shamanism and in Qabalah, author Daniel Moler leads a journey through the dimensions of consciousness to help you live a sacred life in connection with the unseen and unknown Other and where you stand on the earth right now.

Science And Religion

Author : Lucas F. Johnston
ISBN : 9781317813415
Genre : Religion
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This collection offers new perspectives on the study of science and religion, bringing together articles that highlight the differences between epistemological systems and call into question the dominant narrative of modern science. The volume provides historical context for the contemporary discourse around religion and science, detailing the emergence of modern science from earlier movements related to magic and other esoteric arts, the impact of the Reformation on science, and the dependence of Western science on the so-called Golden Age of Islam. In addition, contributors examine the impacts of Western science and colonialism on the ongoing theft of the biological resources of traditional and indigenous communities in the name of science and medicine. The volume’s multi-perspectival approach aims to refocus the terms of the conversation around science and religion, taking into consideration multiple rationalities outside of the dominant discourse.

Miedo Y Religi?n

Author : Francisco Díez de Velasco
ISBN : STANFORD:36105121537216
Genre : Fear
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Mededelingen Van De Nederlandse Vereniging Voor Zeegeschiedenis

Author : Nederlandse Vereniging voor Zeegeschiedenis
ISBN : UOM:39015084873309
Genre : Netherlands
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