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Signs Symbols Omens

Author : Raymond Buckland
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As human beings, we live in a world of symbols. From traffic signs to the very letters that comprise these words, symbols are woven into every aspect of daily life. Since prehistoric times humans have used symbolic representation to communicate with each other and with the divine. In Signs, Symbols & Omens, leading occult authority Ray Buckland describes the form and meaning of over 800 symbols from ancient and modern religions, magical traditions, and indigenous cultures around the world: • Alchemy • Ancient Egypt • Astrology • Australian Aborigines • Aztec and Mayan • Buddhist • Celtic • Ceremonial Magic • Chinese • Christian • Freemasonry • Gnostic • Greek and Roman • Hindu • Islam • Judaic • Magical Alphabets • Native American • Norse • Rosicrucian • Runic • Shinto • Sikh • Travelers • Voudoun • Witchcraft • Omens Understand the symbols used throughout human history and gain a deeper appreciation for the depth of the human experience and the vast uncharted realm of the collective unconscious.

An illustrated guide to magical and spiritual symbolism the signs symbols and omens of life

Author : Raymond Buckland
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Rethinking Park Protection Treading the Uncommon Ground of Environmental Beliefs

Author : Will LaPage
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This book proposes answers to the question of why parks are failing their mandate to be preserved undiminished for future generations. Those answers are deeply embedded in one word: belief. The book provides a practical guide for preparing park managers for a new era where the beliefs that created parks are matched by the beliefs that steward them - an era where promises made to unborn generations are matters of honor, not to be dismissed by the limits of science, the reality of budgets, or the inconvenience of revising management models. The book offers a new way to view parks, as essential public services and as social assets rather than natural resources. The book has 19 chapters and a subject index.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division
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Library of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress
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Spirits of the Earth

Author : Bobby Lake-Thom
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Explores the symbolic meanings of animals in Native American legends

The Book of Phoebus

Author : Vayu Tiger
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In writing this book, we can see how the author, Vayu Tiger, willingly became a scribe of the gods; their voice is given life in his words. What the three gods that are central to this book teach us is a magical system that is complete, spanning across aeons from one astrological age to the next. The message here is given to us in a language both modern and ancient, in the form of allegory. The work here contains elements of kabbalism, numerology, astrology, divination, alchemical formula, Hermeticism and ceremonial ritual. You will find formula for ritual making, signs, symbols and omens, and other forms of occult symbolism interconnected with nature. It is through this aspect that the divine and sacred voice of the gods is brought and made manifest here on earth. But like many occult works and revealed words, even more important are the words that are unspoken.

Transformation and Healing by Ayahuasca Spirit in the Amazonian Rainforest

Author : Karel Hlobil
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Divination Magic and Healing

Author : Ronald H. Isaacs
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Starbook

Author : Ben Okri
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Starbook tells the tale of a prince and a maiden in a mythical land where a golden age is ending. Their fragile story considers the important questions we all face, exploring creativity, wisdom, suffering and transcendence in a time when imagination still ruled the world. A magnificent achievement and a modern-day parable, Starbook offers a vision of life far greater than ourselves.