Bibliography of Occult and Fantastic Beliefes, vol.4 S-Z

e-paper EDITION of pseudonym-group "Paul Smith"

Bibliography of Occult and Fantastic Beliefes, vol.4 S-Z

EDITION of undercover-collective "Paul Smith", probably Melbourne/Australia - general purpose: mental hygiene in "esoteric matters", special purpose: esoterism around "Rennes-le-Chateau and Berenger Sauniere" - covering ca. 21.000 titles in 2017

Raising the Spiritual Light Quotient

Raising the Spiritual Light Quotient

The concept of raising the spiritual light quotient is similar to the intelligence quotient used in modern psychology, the IQ test. However the spiritual light quotient is not the same as intelligence. Rather, the SLQ reflects one¿s ability to understand spiritual concepts, to meditate and to connect with other dimensions. It also is a measurement of one¿s ability to understand the relationship between Earth and the environment of the Earth, and Earth¿s relationship to the galaxy. Finally, it is a measurement of one¿s ability to understand the existence of other dimensions as well as the relationship between the ascended masters and guides and our journey to higher realms for soul evolution. Thus it appears necessary to look at the SLQ of a person, the SLQ of an area and the SLQ of a planet. All of the channeling I bring forth is based on the concept of the Sacred Triangle, which is a new paradigm for spirituality. This paradigm states that in order to heal Earth and bring everything into balance, one must unite the concepts of galactic spirituality with ancient mystical thought and with the energies of native peoples, including Native Americans.

White Eagle

Medicine Wheel : Native American Wisdom as a Way of Life

White Eagle

Aims to show the reader how to contact the spirit of the Native American totem animals, using special cards. There are three levels of attainment: White Eagle Apprentice; White Eagle Medicine Student; and White Eagle Elder, which uses all the cards in the form of a medicine wheel.

Cloud-capped Towers

The Utopian Theme in Saskatchewan History and Culture

Cloud-capped Towers


Echoes of the Past

Echoes of the Past

Words spoken through the mists of time: Trustwe love with pure heart, pure intent! Truthwe seek that which cannot be seen! Soulwe touch that which cannot be felt! Bitternesswe taste that which does not pass our lips! Successwe smell that which so sweetly does it hold the senses, yet of aroma it has none! Logicwe understand the concept of life, yet do know not how! Emotionswe heal the wounds within where scars do not show, yet go deeper than most! This book is about the struggles of a proud and resilient people whose way of life was to be altered without thought for their traditions or culture as the white men infiltrated deeper and deeper into their lands. It reflects their way of life before it changed, and the effect it was to have on a nation ground down by ignorance and greed. There are many reasons for this work, and spirit laid no blame on those perpetrators; the main reason they have come forward now is the need to see our world saved from the power struggle going on between nations, and the rape of our beautiful lands. Having been taken on many journeys with them, I understand so clearly how the indomitable spirit of this culture must stay alive, this being the reason for every word channeled. To walk in shadow of sun is natural; to walk in shadow of another man is not. A Hand Held Out I am being shown a beautiful babbling brook. The sun is glistering on its surface as a thousand lights dancing with joy. A hand is being held out to me. I have to trust that all will be revealed as I walk into the picture. I can smell the newness of the morning, and sweet Bird song assails my ears. My (as yet to introduce himself) friend, tells me I am being taken on a journey of learning. So I follow... I follow a voice... a hand... I listen and I wait. I spy Red Squirrel scurrying around foraging among fallen leaves for nuts. They do not notice me, for I am not really there, only in the sense of illusion. Trailing along the brook i am shown a beautiful little Pawnee child. She is playing in the water with a small dog that is yapping and running in circles around the child who is giggling and laughing at its antics. I feel as though I am watching this on a cinema screen, and yet I am being pulled into the scene by some unknown force.

Salmon River Country

Salmon River Country

Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press A study in word and photos of one of the lower 48 states' most remote and celebrated rivers. The Salmon is respected and revered by whitewater enthusiasts worldwide. The wilderness area that surrounds it is among the most pristine in the U.S. This book brings the River of No Return wilderness to life.