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It is a story that narrates us about love that makes man stronger and which doesn't come to the end after death. It is a story written about an existed socialite - Franchezzo who squandered his life time on wine, women and song'. Of course because of such behaving he dies very early and after the death he finds himself roaming in some strange place - one of the lower realms. He is alone, terrified, but he finds the salvation receiving the messages that his beloved sends him through the prayers. Being touched by her selflessness with which she devotes herself to him he decides to find the way out of that cursed place. And he starts his journey to comeback to the earth during which he helps to the other lost souls.
Those who are the followers of the esoteric study have considered Wanderer as one of the most interesting, full and efficient description of the world that is waiting for us after our Earth -life.
The author being a natural physic writes in his natural way, about his own experiences in the physical and astral plane while using the 'clear sight'. Furthermore, he says that almost everyone can get this ability and shows the exciting advantages of having such gift. This practical yet complex book gives a few instructions which can be useful to people like who would like to develop and probably start seeing as clear as its author does. Clairvoyance means "clear view" and, as the author (who is clairvoyant himself) explains that the power to see is to see what is hidden from usual physical sight. The author addresses Simple Clairvoyance, Clairvoyance in Space, Clairvoyance in Time (past and future), and Methods of Development.
This is a carrying away work that presents a profound insight of the occult and its powers. In the first chapters Panchadasi Swami analyzes human senses and argues that humans have not fives senses as we used to think but seven senses adding to the list Telepathy and Clairvoyance. He proves his brave suggestion by going even further and divinding these senses to subcatagories. Telepathy, in his opinion, consists of telepathic mind reading, psychometry, crystal-gazing while clairvoyance is constituted with lairvoyant aura-waves-vibrations, space and time, second-sight, astral-body traveling. In the last chapters the author rises even more interesting and controversial questions such as basis and principles of psych, healing with magnetic waves, influencing others, attracting other people. The book is not very long but the information it provides is far more succinct. It is recommended to all fans of mysteries connected with human psych and senses.
The volume presents the author’s vision of the inner knowledge of the Rosicrucians. This extraordinary book, dealing with the ancient fire and serpent worshippers, explains the mystic symbols represented in the monuments and talismans of the primeval philosophers.
By Hargrave Jennings, a nineteenth century British Freemason, Rosicrucian, author on occult and esoteric works; published in 1870.
The Rosicrucians, their rites and mysteries; with chapters on the ancient fire- and serpent-worshipers, and explanations of the mystic symbols represented in the monuments and talismans of the primeval philosophers
“The term Modern Satanism is not intended to signify the development of some new aspect of old doctrine concerning demonology, or some new argument for the personification of the evil principle in universal nature.” By Arthur Edward Waite, an English mystic, occultist and prolific writer on Masonic and esoteric subjects is best known however by the creation of the Tarot deck.
The book touches upon the question of the Leo Taxil stupendous hoax and the surrounding mystery, beginning with the role of Modern Satanism and its alleged relationship to freemasonry.
The Mississippi Saucer, and Fourteen Other Classic Science Fiction Stories, From the 30's to the 60's Copyright 2009. G. Worshington. A TRANSMUTATION OF MUDDLES p. 3 By H. B. FYFE From Astounding Science Fiction September 1960 CUBS OF THE WOLF p.19 BY RAYMOND F. JONES From Astounding Science Fiction November 1955 GUN FOR HIRE p.62 By MACK REYNOLDS From Analog December 1960 HUNTER PATROL p.78 By H. BEAM PIPER and JOHN J. McGUIRE From Amazing Stories May 1959 A Scientist Rises p. 107 By D. W. Hall From Astounding Stories November 1932 GENESIS p.114 FEATURE NOVELET OF LOST WORLDS By H. Beam Piper From Future/Science Fiction Stories September 1951 BUT, I DON'T THINK p.135 BY RANDALL GARRETT UNSPECIALIST p.164 BY MURRAY F. YACO From Astounding Science Fiction, October 1959 The Mississippi Saucer p. 175 By Frank Belknap Long From Weird Tales, March 1951 THE EDGE OF THE KNIFE p.190 By H. BEAM PIPER From Amazing Stories, May 1957 The SKY TRAP p. 224 By FRANK BELKNAP LONG From Comet July 1941 ANCHORITE p.238 By JOHNATHAN BLAKE MACKENZIE From Analog Science Fact Science Fiction, November, 1962 IMPACT p.281 By IRVING E. COX, Jr. From Amazing Science Fiction Stories January 1960 The White Invaders p. 302 A Complete Novelette By Ray Cummings From Astounding Stories December 1931 OPERATION R.S.V.P. p.376 By H. Beam Piper From Amazing Stories January 1951
Every one is able to change his character in accordance with his desire – to turn quarrelsomeness into good nature, stinginess into breadth of soul. This book is devoted to a method of curing a wide range of deceases, called conscious autosuggestion that helps a patient to rule over inner strength of will and imagination. This method was created by a famous French psychotherapist, psychologist and pharmacist Émile Coué and allows forcing out painful negative notions and substitute them for positive.
THE subject of Talismans and Gems of the Zodiac covers a wide area, and the difficulty of arriving at a definite conclusion is increase became of the varying opinions between writers on these subjects as to the stones referred to, or in-tended by the Ancients, complicated still further by the different languages from which these records have been translated, and where Month or Zodiacal gems are referred to many of the writers arc obviously unacquainted with Astrology or Astronomy. The present volume, being the result of many years of study and research, it is not easy in all cases to specify the original source of our information, which has been collected, not only from ancient and modern writings, but also from personal experience and experiments, noted at the time they occurred, long before this book was contemplated. Again, we find that many, and more especially modern authors, quote from one another in places, and the original source of the information is obscure; we have, therefore, endeavoured to give as far as possible our authorities, although, owing to the antiquity of the subject, much is necessarily left to deduction and conjecture; and it than probable dace, may be unintentional omissions, to remedy which we give a list of books that we have at different times consulted and studied with advantage.