Posted on

Encyclopedia Of Pseudoscience.

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 7.17 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

Their Unions and the Mob made Disney�s studio one of their prime targets. Sometimes an operative uses several identities at once. So Stephen Jenkins could be correct in believing that at the nodal point of two ley lines, his own inner compass became affected by a kind of magnetic vortex. Why did this so-called occult revival occur in the late twentieth century? The Dublin Occult Grid has a number of monuments in its vicinity which carry a hidden message (This ‘showing without telling’ is an important principle in high-level magic).

Continue reading Encyclopedia Of Pseudoscience.

Posted on

Solitary Symbioses 2

Format: Print Length

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 5.66 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

As such, the counterculture significantly overlapped, though also sometimes resisted, the parallel rise of the New Left and its ideological and occasionally violent struggle against more-or-less the same “System.” Within a few short years after its emergence in the middle of the 1960s, the counterculture had transformed social forms, creative production, personal lifestyles, and religious experience across the globe.

Continue reading Solitary Symbioses 2

Posted on

My Quest for the Yeti: The World's Greatest Mountain Climber

Format: Hardcover

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 10.88 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

The problem comes in deciding whether something is part of the Occult and, if so, what should be done about it? The Vol. 2 book explained how the daisy programming is a life-or-death type program. For the next eight days Jack Seale remained completely paralysed, yet able to hear everything that went on. You could view this in a positive manner or more of a conspiratorial manner and claim that they are trying to lead people off the path of believing in God and His creation (since it’s defying the male-female nature He made).

Continue reading My Quest for the Yeti: The World's Greatest Mountain Climber

Posted on

Secret Societies of the Middle Ages [By T. Keightley]

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 6.64 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

Authors such as former counter-intelligence agent and OSS agent Paul A. This spiritual advancement reflects an upward mobility within the hierarchies that we already know on earth, and thus our search for the supreme power must go on. You will get the whole truth and nothing but the truth, as well a single chapter can present it. Carroll co-founded a magical order called the Illuminates of Thanateros (IOT), deriving its name from the two Greek gods Thanatos (death) and Eros (sexual love).

Continue reading Secret Societies of the Middle Ages [By T. Keightley]

Posted on

Pyramid of Fire: The Lost Aztec Codex: Spiritual Ascent at

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 6.23 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

And this, of course, is also the point at which most scientists would dig in their heels. The Golem: A Jewish Legend (see link to the right for more information) How do you know that what you see is as it is or is just an illusion? Instead, 19th century historians believed that a “lost white race” must have built the mounds. Here are the forces in order from strongest to weakest: Yes, a simple magnet can pick up paperclips from a desktop, thus demonstrating the relative weakness of gravity.

Continue reading Pyramid of Fire: The Lost Aztec Codex: Spiritual Ascent at

Posted on

Heaven is like a Vacation, Getting there is the Fun Part

Format: Print Length

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 12.80 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

Virtual no one realizes that the symbol with the pyramid with the eye on the top —What does that represent? And this was the example that was at the back of my mind in writing The Occult and its sequel Mysteries. I have conquered the tides, and the Ocean has sent its heavy waves farther into the land. Necromancy was practiced (necromancers were called ‘‘bone-conjurers’’), as was exorcism (since diseases in general and madness in particular were explained by possession), usually as a last resort when medical science failed.∏≤ Because he practiced exorcism and because of some popularized versions of the Gospels, Jesus was considered a magician by some Talmudic teachers and no doubt appeared as such to many Greeks and Romans who did not think of him as a religious leader.∏≥ It is easy to see how even Moses, in later antiquity, could appear to be a powerful magician in addition to being a great teacher and leader, the inventor of philosophy, learning, writing, and so on, like the Egyptian Thoth.

Continue reading Heaven is like a Vacation, Getting there is the Fun Part

Posted on

My Brother Is a Hairy Man: An Extraterrestrial View on

Format: Print Length

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 11.67 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

People have heard a lot of sounds made by the traditional anklets worn by women during dance performances. The child feels rewarded by the game of fantasy. The only viable solution was to learn how the brain coded memory and duplicate that process. Since then, he has confronted vampires, werewolves, ghosts and the devil himself... though none of them are exactly like the myths that inspired them. He mentions, for example, the Fox sisters, and how their extraordinary experiences generated a worldwide interest in Spiritualism.

Continue reading My Brother Is a Hairy Man: An Extraterrestrial View on

Posted on

The God Code:The Secret of our Past, the Promise of our

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 8.14 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

The Greek word PHOENIX, derived from the Egyptian word, PA-HANOK, actually means, "The House of Enoch". Budapest, who was arrested in 1975 for breaking a California law against “fortune telling” that she later led the effort to overturn, fused the rhetoric of radical feminism with an exclusive focus on female deities rather than the sexual polarity of traditional Wicca; for her coven and many others, “consciousness raising” had become the conscious raising of goddess energy. Fest.–Nock, 134; 4.2 and 5.5, 25n25 Daniel, 15, 373; 2.48, 373 Deuteronomy 18.9–14, 16 Didache Duodecim Apostolorum 11–12, 297 Dio Cassius, Historia Romana 49.43.5, 391–92; 52.36.1–2, 391–92 Diodorus Siculus, Bibliotheca Historica 17.50.6, 83 Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Demosthenes 22, 7 Ephesians 2:2, 466; 6:12, 385 Eunapius, Lives of the Philosophers and Sophists (Giangrande) 5.2.1–7, 169– 70; 6.6.5–8, 201–4; 6.9.11–17, 366– 68; 7.1.1–3, 171–73; 7.11.6–3.3, 484 Euripides — Bacchae 894, 207 — Iphigenia Taurica 1261–88, 289 Eusebius, Praeparatio Evangelica 4.1.6–9, 162–63; 4.5, 217; 4.5.1–3, 276–77; 9.27.3, 68 Exodus 7, 131, 178; 7:8–14, 57; 7:10–13, 16; 8:1–3, 16; 8:1–15, 57; 22:18, 16; ch. 30, 438–39 Firmicus Maternus, Libri Mathesis, 1.7.14–22, 412; 2.29.10–12, 412–13 Galatians 4:3–11, 372; 5:19–21, 459 Galenus, On Medical Terminology 187 (= 19.461 Kuhn), 484 Genesis 37:5–11, 288; 41:1–45, 16, 288; 44:5, 8, 15 Geoponica 11.2, 288, 482 Gregory the Great, Dialogorum Libri, 241 Heliodorus, Aethiopica (Ethiopian Tales) 6.14–15, 277–80 Heraclitus fr. 22 B 92 Diels-Kranz, 321 Hermes Trismegistus, The Precepts of, 443–46 Herodotus, Historiae 1.47, 80; 1.202, 484; 4.15, 214; 4.67, 314; 4.74–75, 484 Hesiod — Theogony 211–13, 289 — Works and Days 109–88, 229–30 Hippocrates of Cos, On the Sacred Disease 1–4 Jones, 97–100 Hippolytus, Refutation of All Heresies 4.35, 78; 6.20.3, 66 Homer — Homeric Hymn to Demeter 228–30, 22 — Homeric Hymn to Hermes 37, 22 — Homeric Hymn to the Pythian Apollo, 302 — Iliad 2.5√., 289; 2.308√., 308; 7.44–45, 298; 16.233–35, 324; 16.234–35, 324 — Odyssey 10.203–347, 93–96; 10.487√., 223; 11.12–224, 9, 223–27; 11.290 (schol.), 308; 14.327–28, 324; 17.485–86, 204; 19.296–97, 324; 19.562√., 289; 20.345√. 298 Horace — Epodes 5, 110–12 — Satires 1.8, 112–13 Hyginus, Fabulae 75, 308 530 Index of Ancient Sources Iamblichus (Neoplatonist) — Life of Pythagoras 65, 294; 114, 294; 154, 481 — On the Mysteries of Egypt, 4, 77; 1.9.19–32, 166–68; 1.20.61–3, 274; 2.1.67–2.79, 274–76; 2.11.95–98, 168–69; 3.4–6, 361–63; 3.11, 363– 65; 3.13, 484; 3.27, 52; 3.31.15, 207; 4.2.183–84, 161–62 Ignatius, To the Smyrnaeans 3.2, 208 Isaiah 29:14, 183; 44:25, 16; 47:13, 373 Isidorus of Seville, Etymologies 8.9.13, 311 Jerome, Life of Hilarion, 463 John 4:46b–54, 180 Josephus Flavius — Antiquitates Iudaicae 1.19, 8; 2.284√., 178; 8.45, 58 — Contra Apionem 1.232, 8 Judges 5:20, 573 Justin (martyr), Dialogue with Trypho 85.3, 58 1 Kings 3:4–15, 288 2 Kings 21:6, 2 Lucan, Pharsalia 1.584–610, 310; 5.86– 224, 341–45; 5.124–61, 298; 6.413– 830, 30, 246–56 Lucian — Alexander the Pseudoprophet 23, 297 —The Lovers of Lies 10–13, 195–97; 14– 17, 146–49; 17, 218; 21, 81; 34–36, 74 — Menippus, 74 — The Ship, 74 Lucretius, On Nature 4.749–822, 292; 4.961–1036, 292 Luke 7:1–10, 180; 7:24, 208; 8, 63; 11:15, 208; 11:18–19, 208; 23:44–45, 377 Manetho, Apotelesmatika 4.271–85, 419 Manilius, Astronomica 1.25–112, 392– 95; 1.149–254, 395–98; 1.475–531, 398–99; 1.758–804, 399–401; 2.60– 79, 401–2; 2.80–149, 402–4; 2.567– 607, 404–5; 3.47–66, 405–6; 3.560– 617, 406–8; 4.1–118, 408–11 [Marcellus Empiricus], De Medicamentis, 9; 15.11, 109 Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 1.6, 294; 1.17.20, 294; 9.27, 294 Mark 7:24–30, 180; 8:28, 297; 15:33, 377 Martyrium Petri 3 (1.4), 476n14 Matthew 2:1–12, 376; ch. 8, 63; 8:5–13, 180; 8:31, 207; 15:21–28, 180; 27:45, 377 Menander, frag. 550–52 KörteThierfelder (= 714 Sandbach), 216 Numbers 20:7–11, 314 Origen, Against Celsus 8.3, 76 Ovid —Fasti 2.569–82, 20 — Metamorphoses, 395; 4.444, 13 — Tristia 4.10.87–88, 13 Pausanias, Description of Greece 1.32.3–5, 239–40; 6.6.7–11, 265–67; 9.39.2– 14, 303; 10.28.1–29.1, 240–42 Petronius, Satyricon 35, 390; 39, 375; 130.7–131.5, 131, 126–27 Philo of Alexandria, De Plantatione 12, 377 Philostratus — Heroicus, 214 — Life of Apollonius of Tyana 3.38–39, 200–201; 4.20, 271–72; 4.25, 235; 4.44, 143–44; 4.45, 199–200; 5.12, 3, 352–53; 6.10, 217; 7.38–39, 197–99; 8.7, 67; 8.7.9–10, 144–46 Phlegon of Tralles, Strange Stories 1, 235–38 Plato — Apology of Socrates 33B8–E8, 233–35; 33C, 290; 39C–40B, 233–35 — Charmides, 149 — Laws 905D–907D, 211; 909B, 211; 933A–E, 211 — Phaedo 60C–61C, 290; 81C–D, 213; 107D–E, 216 — Phaedrus 242B, 215 — Republic 364B–E, 211; 571C, 290; 617D, 216; 620D–E, 216 —Symposium 202E, 207 — Timaeus 72A, 286 531 Index of Ancient Sources Pseudo-Plato, Theages, 83 Pliny the Elder, Natural History 2.6, 375; 11.250–51, 70; 12.82–83, 483; Bks. 20–32, 70; 25.59, 69; Bk. 28, 70; 28.4, 69; 28.85, 70; Bk. 29, 70; 29.20, 69; 30.5–6, 69; 37.40, 69; 37.75, 69 Plotinus, Enneads 2.3.1–5.12, 426–31; 2.9.14, 164–65; 3.1.5–6, 423–26; 3.4, 273; 4.3.13, 52; 4.4.38, 491n10; 6.6.11, 299 Plutarch — Consolation Addressed to Apollonius 109A–D, 263–64 —Convivium Septem Sapientium 159A, 287 — Life of Dio 2.3, 207 — Life of Julius Caesar 47, 79 — Life of Mark Antony 26, 439 — Life of Romulus 12, 71 — On Isis and Osiris 361A–E, 261–66 — On the Ceasing of Oracles, 43, 307; 414E–415D, 259–60; 418C–D, 260– 61; 418E–419E, 257–59; 419B, 217; 431E–432F, 348–50 — On the E at Delphi 387B–C, 352 — On the Oracles of the Pythia 396F– 397A, 351–52; 398F–399A, 350–51 — On the Sign of Socrates (De Genio Socratis), 233; 589B, 217 — Table Talk 5.7, 71 Pseudo-Plutarch, On Rivers 3.3, 484 Porphyry — Letter to Anebo 46–49, 165–66 — Letter to Marcella 21, 208 — Life of Plotinus 10, 161; 16, 300; 53– 55, 423; 56–60, 272–74, 423; 61, 365–66 Proclus — Commentary on Plato’s Republic 1.39.1√., 215 — Plato’s Theology 63 (Dodds), 51 Propertius 4.1, 389; 4.1.7–20, 373 Psalms 78:49, 76 Psellus — Chronographia 6.64√., 440 — How Daemons Work 14, 317n21 Ptolemy —Anthologia Palatina 9.577, 420 —Tetrabiblos 1.2.1–8, 413–15; 1.2.20, 415–16; 1.3.1–3, 417–18; 1.3.17– 19, 416–17; 3.14.4–5, 418–19 Revelation 1:20, 37; 2:28, 377; 18:2, 208; 22:16, 377 Romans 8:38–39, 377 1 Samuel 10:5√., 297; 19:24, 297; 28:6– 12, 15 Seneca the Elder, Suasoriae 4.1–3, 386n12, 389–91 Seneca the Younger — Agamemnon 710–78, 336–39; 867– 908, 339–40 — De Beneficiis 4.19.1, 244 [— Hercules on Mount Oeta] 449–72, 121–22; 1472–78, 340 — Medea 6–26, 122–123; 670–843, 123– 26 —Oedipus 530–626, 244–46 — Quaestiones Naturales 2.32–34, 18; 2.35, 385; 2.37–38, 292 Strabo, Geographika 10.3.7, 7 Suetonius, Augustus 6, 81 Synesius, De Insomniis, 294–95; 144B, 295 Tacitus — Annales 2.27.2, 383; 2.69.3, 127; 4.58.2–3, 383; 6.22, 383 — Historiae 1.22.1, 383; 2.78.1, 383 Theocritus, Idyls, 2, 5, 105–8 Theodoret, Historia Religiosa 13, 76 Theophrastus — Characters 28 Jebb, 101–2 — Concerning Odors 8.14–16, 21–23, 455–56 Varro — Antiquitates Rerum Humanarum et Divinarum Bk. 41, 311 — De Re Rustica 1.2.27, 108–9 Vettius Valens, Anthologiae 5.6.4–12, 421–22; 6.1.15–16, 422–23 Virgil — Aeneid 3.359 (Daniel ad loc.), 311; 4.450–705, 115–21; 6.98–102, 337; 6.756√., 400 — Eclogues 8, 8, 126; 8.64–109, 113–15 532 Index of Ancient Sources Wisdom of Solomon, 58, 376; 7:17–21, 376; 7:18–19, 376 Xenophon — Apologia Socratis 12, 233 — Memorabilia 1.1.1, 207; 1.1.1–9, 321– 24 Zosimus, On Completion 3:239–40, 446–48 PAPYRI Papyri Graecae Magicae (PGM) 1:14, 55; 1:74–75, 377; 3.1–25, 134; 3.591– 609, 135–36; 4.154–242, 131–33; 4.256√., 219; 4.296–434, 17, 129– 31; 4.785–89, 8; 4.1495–546, 134–35; 4.2943–66, 139–40; 4.3007–86, 242–43; 4.3086–124, 140–42; 7:451, 215; 12.14–95, 483–84; 12.121–43, 137–38; 12.238–40, 139; 13.62–71, 139; 13.242–44, 137; 13.762–67, 139; 89, 280 Papyri of Tebtunis 276, 420–21 Papyrus Chester Beatty, 288 Papyrus Ebers, 436 Papyrus Lee, 14 GREEK INSCRIPTIONS Inscriptiones Graecae (IG) 4.951–52, 185–89; 4.955, 191–92 Sylloge Inscriptionum Graecarum Dittenberger (SIG) —2nd ed. 793, 324–25 —3rd ed. 977.25–36, 325–26; 1157.1– 69, 326–28; 1160–61, 324–25; 1163–65, 324–25 —4th ed. 1168–69, 185–89 LATIN INSCRIPTIONS Amulets, nr. 13 Kotansky (1994), 281 Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL) 11.2.4639, 128 Defixionum Tabellae (ed.

Continue reading The God Code:The Secret of our Past, the Promise of our

Posted on

The Mammoth Encyclopedia of the Unsolved

Format: Print Length

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 5.92 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

By the end of 1940 the RFC-2 (Haunebu II) had entered service as a reconnaissance aircraft and there is certainly photographic evidence to support this, for example an RFC-2 was photographed near Antarctica in 1940 (see next chapter.) It should be noted that there is scant corroborative and historically verifiable information to support these claims, however the design of the Haunebu II should be noted for future reference. This volume provides a broad perspective on contemporary approaches to the nature and the fundamental questions of metaphysics.

Continue reading The Mammoth Encyclopedia of the Unsolved

Posted on

I'm O.K., I'm Just Mutating!

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 12.55 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

In contemporary times, many of these beliefs have coalesced into New Age spiritual movements. [15] Both secular and spiritual believers describe UFOs as having abilities beyond what are considered possible according to known aerodynamic constraints and physical laws. Lundeen, an FBI agent sent to tail him wherever he went, and eighteen other passengers died when their plane went down in a severe storm amid suspicions of Nazi sabotage.

Continue reading I'm O.K., I'm Just Mutating!