The Arcane Schools

Author: John Yarker

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.


Category: Social Science

Page: 552

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This hardbound edition of Yarker's classic opus is not merely another facsimile edition. It has been completely reformatted, yet retains a look and feel that is comparable to the original 1909 edition, right down to the blue cloth binding and gold stamped spine. From Alchemy to Zoroaster, and everything in between, The Arcane Schools continues to be one of the most comprehensive and authoritative works concerning the history and migration of the Western Mystery Tradition. Students of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, and Theosophy will find this to be an indispensable addition to their collection.

How to Make White Magic

Working with the Forces of Nature for Personal Empowerment and Successful Spellweaving

Author: Michael Chinery



Category: Charms

Page: 256

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Basics Of Tarot

Author: Manisha Koushik

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan


Category: Fiction

Page: 118

View: 746

Tarot is a divination tool that not only shows the current situation of the person concerned but also gives an idea of what steps should be taken. This clarity is obtained through the pictorial presentation of the cards. Once the cards are held in the hands and are concentrated upon, the answers appear automatically in the cards. Through this book one can quickly and easily learn the meanings of the cards along with a few spreads that would help in day to day readings. The tarot cards are 56 in number and for ease are divided into 4 suits namely – Wands, Cups, Swords and Coins. Seems Tough? Do not worry! For making it simple, a grid between numerology and the archetypes of the four suits has been provided which would help a novice to easily remember the meanings. Thus instead of 56 cards only 18 cards have to be understood. The tricks and shortcuts further simplify the cards and make it easy to memorize them. The main aim of writing this book is to equip one with a reference book to guide those interested in learning this mystical science. Easy keywords have been given to memorize the cards, and short descriptions provided for reference.

Music Since 1900

Author: Nicolas Slonimsky

Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA


Category: Music

Page: 1260

View: 131

This indispensable music reference provides a day-by-day account of events and accomplishments in the world of music since the turn of the century. This new edition combines the 1971 fourth edition and the 1986 Supplement, and adds 500 new entries covering the years 1986-1991. It provides a complete history of this century's music in one volume. Includes a dictionary of terms and index.

Faint Trails

A Guide to Adult Adoptee-birth Parent Reunification Searches

Author: Hal Aigner



Category: Adoptees

Page: 97

View: 769

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Signs & Symbols

Identification and Analysis of the Visual Vocabulary that Formulates Our Thoughts and Dictates Our Reactions to the World Around Us

Author: Mark O'Connell

Publisher: Lorenz Books


Category: Reference

Page: 256

View: 693

Contains definitions and interpretations of over 1,600 signs and symbols and discusses the cross-cultural, sociological, and psychological uses, meaning, and development of signs and symbols as a whole.

The First Book of Luciferian Tarot

Author: Michael W. Ford




Page: 265

View: 755

The First Book of Luciferian Tarot is the first published Luciferian or Left Hand Path book on the Tarot. This books describes in detail the attributes and correspondences of tarot. The major and minor arcana are fully described in detail. The Adversary is explored from a trans-cultural perspective, with tarot spreads and full descriptions of purpose and aim, by divination or self-initiation. DECKS available from

Open Game Table

The Anthology of Roleplaying Game Blogs

Author: Jonathan Jacobs

Publisher: Jonathan Jacobs


Category: Games & Activities

Page: 140

View: 242

Open Game Table aims to bridge the gap between the RPG blogging community and the broader table-top gaming fan base by showcasing the best talent in the RPG blogosphere. Within these pages are 47 blog posts from 32 top-quality RPG blogs, plus a Foreword written by RPG luminary Wolfgang Baur. Packed with content and over 60 illustrations by a stable of talented new artists, this book is Pure Gold. A true grass roots effort; it is a tour de force of the RPG blogging universe. Check out the Open Game Table storefront for reviews by WIRED and Bards & Sages.

Arcana, societies of magic

Author: Kevin Brennan

Publisher: Green Ronin Pub


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 63

View: 842