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Palestine: An Account of 7000 Years of History (Used)
by Coleman, John
Publisher: World in Review Books
Book ID: WIR9, WIR9
A very accurate and historical account of Palestine at the time it belonged to Egypt. The story of how the sons of Noah came into Egypt, conquered the murdering priesthood, and then set up and ruled through a new system of government, is indeed an amazing one. Although heavily laced with history, the book is very readable, and throws new light on the 7000-year history of Palestine.
Dr. Coleman writes that contrary to most accounts, it was not an empty and barren land, but filled with people working in industries and agriculture. It was indeed a land “overflowing with milk and honey.” The book lays bare the history of the Pharaoh Amenhotep IV and corrects the belief held in many quarters that the ancient Egyptians built great works like the pyramids. Dr. Coleman gives very compelling confirmation that these monuments were built by the sons of Noah and his people known as the Hyskos.
Prior to 1917, for 7000 years the country was known as Palestina. It was the name used by both Romans and Arabs. After WWI it was ruled by the British, who received a so-called "mandate" from The League of Nations to administer Palestine as a future national home for the Jewish people.
Neither The League nor the British Government had the slightest right under international law to give away land that did not belong to them and "declare" that land as some other nation's territory (the so-called Balfour Declaration).
Herein lies the seeds of all wars and conflicts in Palestine that followed and which continue to this day (2008).
Israel was "created" in 1948 by UN Resolution 181, another illicit act that would be akin to the UN creating "Novo California" out of California and awarding it to Mexico under a "mandate."
Jailbreaking the Goddess: A Radical Revisioning of Feminist Spirituality
Allen, Lasara Firefox
Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
"Jailbreaking the Goddess
is an important contribution to the writings on Goddess tradition and feminist spirituality. . . . I love her political savvy, her sensitivity around issues of diversity and cultural awareness and appropriation, and her unabashed celebration of pleasure, sensuality, and life!" -- Starhawk
Jailbreaking the Goddess is a revolutionary revisioning of the feminine divine. Where the maiden, mother, crone archetypal system is tied to female biology and physic...
The Blazing Dew of Stars
Smith, David Chaim
London: Fulgur Limited, 2013. Limited to 1001 copies only. Square landscape folio. For those who have had the joy of handling and experiencing The Sacrificial Universe
released last year, this new book will continue that fine tradition. The Blazing Dew of Stars
is a complex mystical text which speaks with many voices to introduce the practice of Kabbalistic contemplative alchemy. The volume offers glimpses of a rare view of direct application and immersion into the Real, intertwini...More
The House of Owls
Yale University Press
For a quarter century, Tony Angell and his family shared the remarkable experience of closely observing pairs of western screech owls that occupied a nesting box outside their forest home. The journals the author recorded his observations in, and the captivating drawings he created, form the heart of this compelling book a personal account of an artist-naturalist s life with owls. Angell s extensive illustrations show owls engaged in what owls do hunting, courting, raising families, and exercisi...More
Beyond the Mauve Zone. Enhanced Edition.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2016. Limited Edition. A new, enhanced edition of BEYOND THE MAUVE ZONE, fully corrected by Michael Staley using Kenneth Grant's personal copy with his annotations. The volume has also been re-set, and includes a new index that should prove most useful. A FINE CLOTH COPY in illustrated dust jacket. Custom end papers. Colored frontispiece, and twenty-four page plate section with the majority of the images being in color. 324 pages, indexed. Octavo. This is the eighth,...More
The Sworn Book of Honorius: Liber Iuratus Honorii
Honorius of Thebes
Ibis Press / Nicolas-Hayes
As the title testifies, students were sworn to secrecy before being given access to this magic text, and only a few manuscripts have survived. Bits of its teachings, such as the use of the magic whistle for summoning spirits, are alluded to in other texts. Another key element of its ritual, the elaborate Seal of God, has been found in texts and amulets throughout Europe.
Interest in The Sworn Book of Honorius has grown in recent years, yet no modern translations have been attemptedunt...