Monday, May 31, 2010

Astrological Secrets of Friendship, Love and Marriage

The importance of Love, Friendship and Marriage in life can never
be over emphasized. The Man-Woman relationship as a friend,
lover or spouse is significant. But what is the factor that where
one man is successful the other is not. Is he the incarnation of
'Kamadev't or does he know the art of 'Vashikaran''tt? We do
not think so. It is the placement of stars. All this and more is
described in the present book. It deals with the hidden and secret
principles of Astrology as related to one's Love life. There are
books. These tell us of how to be successful in relationships and
love or books like 'Kamasutra' or 'The Joy of Sex' which deal with
the performances or try to remove ignorance. There was a time
when even speaking of love was 'taboo'. But all this has changed.

It is all in our Stars, in our horoscopes, in the placements of Planets
and the periodic influences of directions and transits that we are
passing through; that our life takes shape. By this statement we
are not advocating Fatalism. We in the East do not believe in 'What
has to be has to be'. The theory of Karma is threefold and the main
thing it emphasizes is that by good actions the past can be
eliminated. Control on the mind, by prayers and precautions, the
Destiny can be changed. If Fatalism would be real it would bind all
our lives into a frigid mould from which none can escape. It would
bring the World to standstill and paralyze all activities. The
Scriptures do not support this. Even 'Koran' which at bottom so
very fatalistic counsels him who wants to go to sleep to hobble his
horse. If what has to be has to be then the Prophet Mohammed
would have told his disciples to beware of theft?

The present book describes the mysteries, i.e. the hidden
Astrological Secrets of Love, Friendship and Marriage and when
the effects would fructify.

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Revelations of a Hindu Astrologer

Astrologers who use both Hindu and Western
birthcharts for each astrological interpretation have a profound
advantage over those who use only one system.

Although the techniques of Hindu and Western astrology
must never be mixed, for the systems are dramatically
different, the information gained from the two provides
greater perspective as well as more essential, relevant
data. Hindu astrology is predictive and event-oriented,
while Western astrology excels in personality development,
habit patterns, and personal motivation. The
Hindu birthchart, being more fate- or destiny-oriented,
reveals what will occur in life while the Western chart
tells how the person experiences these occurrences.

To be fair, both systems are capable of predicting events
and psychology, but practically speaking each system
clearly excels in one feature or the other. One reason that
Eastern and Western astrologies are so different from each
other is due to cultural needs. Hindu astrology is born of
a culture schooled in predestiny, karma, and reincarnation;
hence a fate-oriented astrology. Westerners believe
in free will and causation and therefore have developed
an astrology more sophisticated in analyzing psychology,
behavioral patterns, talents, and potentials.

By distinguishing the important differences and benefits
of both systems, I especially intended to disarm intolerant
or small-minded astrologers who might take the
position that one system of astrology (theirs of course)
was qualitatively better than the other. I also wanted to
reduce the threat Western astrologers might feel about a
foreign system invading their territory. If the benefits of
Hindu astrology could be made abundantly clear and the
misconceptions of Hindu astrology's complexity dispelled,
then everyone would benefit.


Shiv- Mala



Sunday, May 30, 2010

IN GOD’S HAND Vol-2 by Mehar baba

This book’s main presentation in the preceding pages consists of
the facsimile reproduction of the manuscript in Meher Baba’s
handwriting, since the force of His authorship can be experienced
most immediately when the text is encountered in this form.

There will be readers, however, who would like to study the content
of what Meher Baba wrote more closely. For them, this Supplement,
the following Appendices, and other ancillary materials have been

The Supplement has been organized in this way: in the upper portion
of each page, the facsimile of Meher Baba’s handwriting, which in full
scale and full color was replicated earlier, appears again, though in a
reduced format and in black and white. In the lower part of each page,
a slightly edited version of that same text has been rendered in a standard
and easily readable typeface; footnotes beneath this edited
text explain emendations and provide other useful information.
This juxtaposing of the original with the edited version is meant for
readers who, while studying the content of what Baba wrote, would like
to be able to refer back to the handwritten original easily.

The editorial practices used in creating this “edited text” have been these.
For ease of reading, the indentation and paragraphing have been normalized.
Misspellings (in English and Gujarati) have silently been corrected,1 and
punctuation (including parentheses) has silently been brought into
conformity with current usage.

Capitalization too has been regularized, with the upper case applied
to nouns and noun phrases that refer to states of God-as-God and the
lower case used for nouns that refer to God-within-illusion. Actually,
this distinction (between God and illusion) is almost impossible to
sustain in certain instances, and readers should remember
that these conventions of capitalization have been applied by the
editors, to facilitate comprehension of the text, and not by Meher
Baba Himself.

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Healing stones by joel glick

This book was first published before the crystal craze, and it provides a very different approach to the uses of stones. It reads very much like both volumes of Gurudas's Gem Elixirs and Vibrational Healing.

This book may have some outdated information that is no longer really in line with much metaphysical thought regarding gemstones, but it really is a lovely addition to any library. It's approach does allow for insight into the coming trends in gemstone technologies that are still are only now being further theorised. I expect that many ideas that are only conceptually mentioned in this book will surface in the relatively near future.


I Know All About You!
The True Power of Astropsychology

This material will allow you to uncover the secrets of the
Universal Mind and know all you need to know about a
friend, a lover, a family member and even your own self.
Understanding and following this simple technique will
allow you to read a person almost immediately and to a
great extent, anywhere, anytime with uncanny accuracy.
Keep in mind that Nostradamus’ rare method of Divine
Astrology or Astropsychology is used in this original
method. Dr. Turi’s style is unique and does not reflect the
modern approach of mundane astrology that you may have
read, learned or practiced.

This is how we will proceed:

1. Familiarize yourself with the Astro-Psychology
Sun Sign Characteristics and read this section a
few times.
2. Master the Housing System and understand the
twelve specific areas of the human experience.
3. Build up a subconscious reflex by assimilating
all the information from the Housing System for
each sign of the zodiac.

As pretentious as it may sound, you will know more than
any and all psychologists, psychiatrists, so-called psychics
and modern astrologers combined together.

“Man is superior to the stars if he lives in the power
of superior wisdom. Such a person being the master
over heaven and earth, by means of his will, is a magus
and magic is not sorcery but supreme wisdom.”
— Paracelcus

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The Book Of Dagon Cursed Writings Of Assyrian Priests

The Book of Dagon is unique document written by priests of an Ancient
Assyria in XV B.C. Today members of Vermilion Brotherhood unsuccessfully
try to blame this writing as fiction of the late medieval times. They come
supported with propaganda of some false organizations and have only
one goal - to arouse and strengthen distrust to really useful knowledge
of Black Practice.

However, the fact that original document, preserved in the library
of Gallia Congregation of the Great Black Lodge, was written on oilpaper
but not on clay tablets, it can not be strong argument for those, who try
to dispute the ancient origin of this book. It’s not a secrete that late
Sumerian civilization spent its time in degradation. So that it can
explain how clay tablets became most popular things for writings
instead of coil-paper parchment. The last one was usually used for
writings of business and calculations.

Nevertheless, parchment was often used by Sumerian priests for
writing some magical signs, and as a result it might be that in last
centuries of Sumerian civilization parchment begot some sacred
meaning and later it was forbidden to write and depict on parchment
everything except magical information. It’s clear that such a
hypothesis doesn’t disprove possibility of someone person used
oilpaper for writing some document such as The Book of Dagon.

Title The Book of Dagon was given by Dutchman Jeremiah Van-Meier,
who lived in Holland in times of Spanish occupation. He was first
European occultist addicted and devoted to traditions of Sorcery
and worship of Elders and Ancient Ones. He found this rarity when
traveling through the Palestine.

Now about the language of this book. As there was a difference
between methods of sacred and business information, so the
language of priests could not be identical to average citizens. It’s
known that Assur, Embodiment of the Beast, founder of an Ancient
Assyrian Kingdom, granted to his tribe the alphabet UBRASH of 343
signs. It was lost in time, because some symbols were used seldom
and only by the most dedicated and devoted people. Usually priests
used about seventy signs to make up even very complicated texts
and formulas. These signs are the base of alphabet NAHAR, and the
rest of signs were used as prefixes, intanacles etc. So language of
Red and Black Scrolls is based on the alphabet NAHAR.

Latin translation, made by Van-Meier from original document, was
preserved in library of Genoa Company merchant Willem Lazarus.
As the result, this document along with original text was found by
Abbot Bartholomew. Later both texts appeared in Oaksford and came
to the hands of Black Lodge during Johann Kellenheims pontificate in 1904.
We introduce you translation from Latin and original version.

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In 1981 a Gallup poll revealed that 38 million Americans now believe
they've had past lives—about one fourth of our adult population. More
and more intelligent, successful people from all walks of life are seriously
beginning to consider the possibility that they have lived before. And
this growing interest in reincarnation is not limited to the general public.

Increasing numbers of psychologists, medical doctors, and therapists are
using past-life regression techniques to help people overcome emotional
and physical health problems and tap into skills and talents that some
believe were first learned in previous incarnations. As increasing attention
is focused on past lives, more people are becoming interested in exploring
the issue for themselves, in finding out how to unlock their own past-life
memories, as well as in learning what benefits to their relationships,
outlooks, and professional lives might come from unearthing these

This book will satisfy these interests. In it you will find step-by-step
exercises and techniques for all of the best- known methods for delving
into your past lives. These include meditation methods, ways for you to
inspire and remember dreams about your past lives, simple self-
hypnosis techniques, and guided imagery exercises for two or more
people. Included among these is a technique that I have developed
myself called the Resonance Method, which is a very simple way of
determining immediately and without meditation various possible
past-life dramas, geographic locations, and time periods hidden in
your unconscious, as well as numerous other pieces of information
which may represent your own past-life memories.

Because some of the methods of past-life recall now available can only
be done safely by trained professionals, the book also includes advice on
how to find a past-life therapist, what sort of training and
credentials to look for, and what sort of regression techniques are available
for you to choose from. Whatever your reasons for wanting to explore
your previous lives, and whether you believe in reincarnation or not, you
will find that the methods given in this book work. With them you will be
able to unlock a stream of remarkable stories which now lie hidden in
your unconscious mind. Whether you believe these stories are fantasies
or actual past-life memories is up to you. It is my hope only that you
learn from them and expand your horizons.

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Kali Worship and its Implication for the study of bengali Womens
By carolyn helen filteau

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Finding the Center Within

Imagine being a person whose whole consciousness consists only of
“concentration, lovingkindness, and peace.” Most of us would love to
be that way. Most of us would love to be happy, loving, and peaceful
individuals— people whom it was a blessing just to be around. Mos
t of us wish we knew how to be calm, how to hold our center even in
the face of the most extreme storms that life blows onto our path.
This desire is the deep reason people come to churches, synagogues,
and meditation centers, and it may be the unspoken wish of many
who come to a therapist’s office as well—simply to find the center within.

The center within is a spatial metaphor for a spiritual reality. It is
that which holds us together and keeps us from falling apart. In spatial
terms, you can think of it as being at the center of the chest at the heart
level. Sometimes this is helpful. But the true center is everywhere.
Temporally considered, the center within is a process. It’s your ongoing
mindfulness as you continue moment by moment to bring calm, accepting
awareness to what is going on, without fighting or struggling or
judging. To find the center, and hold it, is the capacity to live deeply and
fully, with boundless peace and happiness, in any external circumstance.

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This meditation will clear the field and connect one to earth to a greater degree
than perhaps one has previously experienced. The elements of air, water, fire and
earth are helpful in clearing and cleansing the field. This meditation can become
apart of one’s daily focus of synthesis if one so chooses.

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

by Ernest Wood

Chapter 1 The Ten Oriental Yogas 1
2 Patanjali's Raja Yoga 13
3 Shri Krishna's Gita-Yoga 39
4 Shankaracharya's Gnyana-Yoga 61
5 The Hatha and Laya Yogas 85
6 The Bhakti and Mantra Yogas 107

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Animal Magnetism or Mesmerism Its Phenomena
by William Gregory

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"Voudon Gnostic Workbook"

This is by far the best work in occult studies available for public. The book worth the money spent simply because methods described are working. Bertiaux is the only practicioner, who prefers TO PRACTICE instead of to just discuss the matter without applying any practical work (as many occultists do nowadays). He is real DOer and all his works confirm that. That is why all his books are so expensive and rare. Very practical.

"Wow! This is quite a book. I have collected many grimoires, both ancient & modern over the years, but this has to be the closest thing to a true dark grimoire ala Lovecraft that's ever been written. Many detailed instructions for entering into contact with extra-dimensional beings of a decidedly dark nature. Fascinating, the more so because it's not the same old hocus-pocus. This book could, however, be very dangerous in the wrong hands and should be avoided by those of nervous temperament or delicate mental condition." - reader's review.

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The Master Secrets of Covert Persuasion & Hypnotic Influence Complete Course
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Mind Force Library
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1.Pendulum - Black Hole (7:47)
2. Pendulum - Composition # 9 (7:08)
3. Pendulum - Audition (4:00)
4. Pendulum - Ulah Manusia (6:28)
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6. Pendulum - 666 (7:24)
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Andrew Weil & Kimba Arem - Self-Healing With Sound and Music

Proven Sound Healing Tools
Experience a Rejuvenating Journey through Sound and Music
Have you ever been powerfully moved by a piece of music? If so, then you may already recognize the incredible impact of sound on your health and well-being. Today, sounds therapy is used to effectively treat a surprising range of health challenges including chronic pain, stroke, stress, and much more. On Self-Healing with Sound & Music, bestselling author Dr. Andrew Weil teams up with sound therapist Kimba Arem to offer you a powerful new tool for healing and rejuvenation on two CDs.

On CD One, Dr. Weil discusses the latest medical research that demonstrates how music heals the body and mind, while Kimba Arem teaches breathing and vocalization techniques for harnessing this potential. On CD Two, Kimba Arem combines a decade of work in indigenous healing traditions with scientific breakthroughs in brain wave study to take you on a "sound journey" into expanded states of consciousness that promote healing. Through an integration of binaural beats, nature sounds, indigenous and classical instruments, and a state-of-the-art Holophonic™ recording process to renew every system of your body. Useful for relaxation, meditation, bodywork, or creative endeavors, Self-Healing with Sound & Music features didjeridu, Native American and Celtic flutes, Tibetan and crystal bowls, keyboards, voice, and more.
Andrew Weil, M.D.,a graduate of Harvard Medical School, has worked for the National Institute of Mental Health and for 15 years was a research associate in enthnopharmacology at the Harvard Botanical Museum. As a fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs, he traveled extensively throughout the world collecting information about the medicinal properties of plants, altered states of consciousness, and healing. He is Director of the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, where he practices natural and preventive medicine
Kimba Arem is a performer and recording artist, and has been a musician since age seven with classical training in piano and flute. She received a B.S. in molecular and cellular biology at the University of Arizona in 1993. While attending acupuncture graduate school studying Chinese Taoist Medicine, she was introduced to sound therapy. Since then she has developed her own unique practice, grown out of extensive subtle energy training in sound as medicine, herbology, Reiki (master level) and aromatherapy.

Kimba also works with light and color, and has incorporated these diverse elements into her frequency therapy practice in Kauai, Hawaii. Her main instrument is the Australian didjeridu, but she also uses Native American flutes, four-chambered Celtic flute, Tibetan and crystal bowls, keyboards, tingshaws, tuning forks, a harp, vocal overtoning, and recites various therapeutic mantras from different cultures around the world. Kimba has released eight CDs and tours internationally, playing at conferences and at institutes around the world. She is the founding member of Heartherapy; an organization dedicated to educating and assisting the planet in gentle awakening through sound.

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Vibration or the Law of Attraction in the Thought World
by William Walker Atkinson

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Louise L. Hay, best selling author, is an internationally known leader, her key message is : "If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed." The author has a great deal of experience and first hand information to share about healing, including how she cured herself after having been diagnosed as being terminally ill with cancer.

By listening to this four CD set and doing the exercises and repeating the affirmations and beneficial thought patterns, YOU CAN CREATE THE LIFE YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED.

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Friday, May 28, 2010

Secret Crystals and Gemstones

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The Roots of Consciousness

The Roots of Consciousness is a look at the history, folklore and science
that shapes our understanding of psychic capacities. The original edition
was published in 1975, while I was still a graduate student at U.C.,
Berkeley, working in an individual, interdisciplinary doctoral program
in parapsychology. It is, in part, a personal book containing descriptions
of significant events in my own life. It is also personal because in the
field of consciousness exploration there are so many competing
interpretations that any telling of the story -- even in strictly scientific
-- contains many individual choices.

I might have, for example, written an account from the perspective of a
proponent for a particular viewpoint regarding the existence or
non-existence of psychic functioning. In so doing, my goal would
not be to sift through competing claims to arrive at a balanced and
truthful account. Rather I would be interested in persuading you
that my version of reality is superior to those of my opponents.

If I were a skeptical debunker I would rail against magical thinking and
would argue that every purported psychic event is the result of human
error, folly or fraud.

This view, which is not uncomon in academic circles, has an ancient
history and a marvelously fascinating folklore whose heroes are
enlightened philosophers -- people who have struggled mightily to
break free from the shackles of superstition. By popping the illusory
bubbles of myth and magic, such heroes can presumably guide
humankind toward an age of rational enlightenment. Within the
perspective of this folklore, anyone attesting to such events as telepathy,
clairvoyance, precognition or psychokinesis is to be considered either
suffering pitiable delusion or perpetrating contemptible fraud.

While I doubt that all "skeptics" will feel comfortable with this book,
I have become convinced, over the past fifteen years since I wrote
the original edition, that the point of view debunkers represent
deserves greater respect. True, debunkers often argue from a
materialistic, positivistic or scientistic ideology. Their thinking is
as colored by their worldview that of other ideologues or "true
believers. (The mechanisms by which this can occur are detailed
explicitly in Section III.) However, thoughtless dismissal of either
true believers or true skeptics sometimes results from a protective
reaction which generally serves no other purpose than to
protect our own views from too sharp an outside challenge.

As the original edition of The Roots of Consciousness was widely
used as a college text, I am grateful for the opportunity to inject
more critical thinking into the revised edition.


The Eternal Hermes by Antoine Faivre

This small volume is a collection of Essays that the premier European scholar of Western Esoteric religious thought has published. The essays focus on what qualifies as Hermetic thought and esoteric thought. Faivre brings out the notion of the Hermes figure in history as a prophetic revealer of wisdom---and also a trickster and deceiver. This book includes art plates of representations of Hermes in different paintings and pictoral representations. He also addresses the Hermes figure in contemporary culture, such as in films like "Mad Max."

A good book for those intersted in Western Occultism, since Hermes and Hermeticism is the main sources in Western Culture for occult thought. Also read Copenhaver's "Hermetica" and Fowden's "The Egyptian Hermes" for a cross-disciplinary look at the figure of Hermes in ancient theosophy and in Greco-Egyptian religious culture.

Good translation---it's by Jocelyn Godwin, the premier American scholar of Western Esoteric thought. They are good friends, Godwin and Faivre--and I'm sure that the translation is faithful.


A Brief History of Ancient Astrology
by Roger Beck

Modern studies of ancient astronomy and astrology tend to accentuate
a dichotomy between the astronomy of antiquity as an emerging science
and its astrology as a superstition whose only historic value was that it
furnished a motive for investigating celestial regularities.

It is true that astrology, in the form in which it developed historically,
could not have done so unaided by mathematical astronomy. To predict
earthly ‘‘outcomes,’’ as in a natal horoscope, one must know the positions
of the stars and planets relative to each other and to the local
horizon of the subject at the time of birth. Direct observation is
obviously insufficient – births in daytime, cloud cover, phenomena
below the horizon, unavailability of an astrologically qualified observer,
and so on – and it was in fact seldom if ever used. Accordingly, ancient
astrologers, like their modern successors, worked with tables, and the
better the tables, the more accurate, so it seemed to the astrologers,
must be their astrological predictions. It was of course the astronomers,
or the astrologers themselves qua astronomers, who developed the
mathematical models from which accurate tables, notably tables of
planetary (including solar and lunar) longitudes, could be generated.

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