Books of New Age
Contains Books on Dream Interpretation, Paranormal Abilities, Astrology and Spirituality.
- Astrology | by M. M. Macgregor
- There seems to be need of a practical book on Astrology, sufficiently simple and clear for beginners, yet adhering strictly to the most correct and advanced ideas on this subject. It is the purpose of this book to take the best from all, reject the morbid and narrow, eliminate all sectarianism, fatality and technicalities, and present to the public a wholesome exposition of this ancient science
- Letters On Demonology And Witchcraft | by Walter Scott
- This is a series of essays by Sir Walter Scott on the subject of the witch-craze, demonology, and other occult topics To J. G. Lockhart, Esq.
- Hindu: Occult Art Magic | by Dr. K. T. Ramasami
- A short course of practical Research and experiments, based upon the Ancient Hindu Tantric Science, dealing with the Teli-Mag-netic or Tele-Kinetic force, employed to act upon Physical matter, in the production of Occult phenomena effected by the Super-conscious Will or Ego of Man.
- How To Intepret Your Dreams
- In this book, we'll look at dreams and dreaming as a science as well as the various meanings that dream content can have. This is not meant to be a definitive guide to dreams. It is simply a starting point for you to look at what "movies" your sub-conscious is creating at night and how you can apply it your life and affect change if needed. Remember that a dream unifies the body, mind, and spirit. It provides you with insight into yourself and a means for self-exploration. In understanding your dreams, you will have a better understanding and discovery of your true self. So stay awhile — explore, discover, have fun, and find out what's in your dreams!
- Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, And Superstitions Of Ireland | by Jane Francesca Wilde
- Contains various superstitions, charms, and legends originated in Ireland
- Irish Witchcraft And Demonology | by John D. Seymour
- It is said, though we cannot vouch for the accuracy of the statement, that in a certain book on the natural history of Ireland there occurs a remarkable and oft-quoted chapter on Snakes—the said chapter consisting of the words, "There are no snakes in Ireland." In the opinion of most people at the present day a book on Witchcraft in Ireland would be of equal length and similarly worded, except for the inclusion of the Kyteler case in the town of Kilkenny in the first half of the fourteenth century. For, with the exception of that classic incident, modern writers seem to hold that the witch-cult never found a home in Ireland as it did elsewhere.
- A Book Written By The Spirits Of The So-Called Dead | by Carl Gustaf Helleberg
- The communications in this little volume, purporting to come from disembodied spirits, came in the manner hereinafter stated, and all that I had to do with them was to faithfully and to the letter transcribe them from the slate on which they were written into blank memorandum books which I procured for the purpose. Before laying before the reader the modus operandi of their delivery, I deem it proper that I should give a brief outline of my own history, especially do I feel the importance of this since I am little known outside of the circle of my immediate acquaintances.