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- St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 10.99
Demonic possession. Exorcism. Haunted Houses. Satanic Rituals. For most people this is the stuff of nightmares, horror movies, folklore, and superstition. For New York City police Sergeant Ralph Sarchie, it's as real?and dangerous?as midnight patrol . . . A sixteen-year NYPD veteran, Ralph Sarchie works out of the 46th Precinct in... more...
- Hay House 2006; US$ 6.99
After the publication of his best-selling book Power Animals, many people inquired about the meaning of spirit animals that were not contained in that work. In Animal Spirit Guides, Dr. Farmer provides concise, relevant details about the significance of more than 200 animals that may come to you in physical or symbolic form as guides and teachers.... more...
- HarperCollins 2012; US$ 12.99
In his revolutionary book Miracles Happen , Brian Weiss M.D., the New York Times bestselling author of Many Lives, Many Masters , examines the physical, emotional, and spiritual healing that is possible when you freely accept and embrace the reality of reincarnation. Trained as a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Weiss began to explore how reincarnation... more...
- The Floating Press 1912; US$ 6.99
The dictionaries define the word aura as: "Any subtle, invisible emanation or exhalation." The English authorities, as a rule, attribute the origin of the word to a Latin term meaning "air," but the Hindu authorities insist that it had its origin in the Sanscrit root Ar, meaning the spoke of a wheel, the significance being perceived... more...
- North Atlantic Books 2014; US$ 15.99
Throwing light on the mysterious phenomenon of crop circles within the context of modern psychological reality , Crop Circles, Jung, and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine in an engaging look at the science, history, and symbolic nature of the mystery of these annually occurring giant-scale works of art. Gary S. Bobroff offers a framework... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 14.95
Over fifty of the most fascinating accounts of history?s greatest unsolved mysteries. Did werewolves roam the countryside of fifteenth century France? What exactly is El Chupacabra, a creature whose name translates to “The Goat Sucker? in English? What phantoms and apparitions drift the halls of Borley Rectory, earning it the nickname of “The Most... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 27.99
A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice "Roger Clarke tells this [the story that inspired Henry James? The Turn of the Screw ] and many other gloriously weird stories with real verve, and also a kind of narrative authority that tends to constrain the skeptical voice within? [an] erudite and richly entertaining book." ? New York Times Book... more...
- Tom Doherty Associates 2007; US$ 17.99
Trapped miners from cave-ins long ago still calling for help. Ghostly women lurking in the shadows of city streets. Spectral holy men and outlaws from America's Spanish past making appearances in our modern age. They are all citizens of Haunted America, and this is HAUNTED HOMELAND. From a haunted castle in the wilds of Alaska to phantom clergymen... more...
- John Murray 2010; US$ 28.55
Of all the countries in the world, England has the richest history of magical lore and practice. English authors such as J.R.R.Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Terry Pratchett, and J.K.Rowling, dominate the world of magic in fiction, but from the earliest times, England has also acted as home to generations of eccentrics and scholars who have researched and explored... more...