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Maya Apocalypse: Seventeen Years with the Women of a Yucatan Village by Felicitas D. Goodman (2001-11-01)

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Urban Shaman

Now, even if you can’t get out into the wilderness or undertake a long apprenticeship, you can learn to practice the art of shamanism.

Uniquely suited for use in today‘s world, Hawaiian shamanism follows the way of the adventurer, which produces change through love and cooperation – in contrast to the widely known way of the warrior, which emphasizes solitary quests and conquest by power.

Here, in the first practical guide to applying this ancient healing art to our modern lives, you’ll learn how to:

-Interpret and change your dreams
-Heal yourself, your relationships, and the environment
-Cast the shaman stones to foretell the future
-Design and perform powerful rituals
-Shapechange
-Make vision quests to other realities

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Shamanism and the Light Body

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Jesus and the Lost Goddess: The Secret Teachings of the Original Christians

Why Were the Teachings of the Original Christians Brutally Suppressed by the Roman Church?

• Because they portray Jesus and Mary Magdalene as mythic figures based on the Pagan Godman and Goddess
• Because they show that the gospel story is a spiritual allegory encapsulating a profound philosophy that leads to mythical enlightenment
• Because they have the power to turn the world inside out and transform life into an exploration of consciousness

Drawing on modern scholarship, the authors of the international bestseller The Jesus Mysteries decode the secret teachings of the original Christians for the first time in almost two millennia and theorize about who the original Christians really were and what they actually taught. In addition, the book explores the many myths of Jesus and the Goddess and unlocks the lost secret teachings of Christian mysticism, which promise happiness and immortality to those who attain the state of Gnosis, or enlightenment. This daring and controversial book recovers the ancient wisdom of the original Christians and demonstrates its relevance to us today.

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Sekhmet Egyptian Statue (issue #9)

Each Egyptian Statue is made from resin and is simply finished in black.

Each Egyptian Statue comes individually packed.

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ANCIENT EGYPTIAN GODS AND DEITIES PYRAMID CREMATION URN FIGURINE FUNERAL SUPPLY

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Pathworking with the Egyptian Gods

Let your imagination unfold, glimpse a land shrouded in mystery, and become enlightened through the profound spiritual truths of an ancient land. This dynamic book enables you to work with the Egyptian gods and goddesses―and gain deep insight into your nature while experiencing a full awakening of your consciousness.

Pathworking with the Egyptian Gods takes you deep into the Egyptian Mysteries, bringing nineteen major deities to life through guided pathworkings. After a soul-level initiation, you will tour this ancient land through astral travel techniques, commune with the gods, and bear witness to ancient Egypt‘s history, mythology, daily life, and spiritual practices. Discover the enduring legends behind the deities and connect to their potent energies with rituals, meditations, blessings, consecrations, hymns, and their sacred names.

  • Bring out your nurturing side with Isis
  • Channel the primal spirit of Amun
  • Tap into the deep wisdom and strength of Horus
  • Create a more joyful life with Hathor
  • Discover the paths of Tefnut and Shu, Djehuty, Sobek, and many others

Embrace the Egyptian gods with your heart and mind―and discover your true, innermost self.

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Mary Meyer Wubbanub Pacifier, God Bless Lamb

Mary Meyer has made toys that are safe and fun for more than 75 years and has received numerous awards including multiple Oppenheim and Toy of the Year awards. As a young woman, Mary studied clothing design in New York City. In 1933, 29 year old Mary and her husband, Hans Meyer, put their talents together to design, manufacture, and sell tomato and animal pin cushions along with dolls. After several years, they added stuffed toys.

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Creatures of the Same God: Explorations in Animal Theology

“I don’t know why you’re spending all your time on this. They’re only animals—for heaven’s sake!” That was the reaction of one of Andrew Linzey’s fellow students at King’s College, London, when he was studying theology in the 1970s. Since then, the now Rev. Dr. Andrew Linzey has been arguing that animals aren’t only anything, but rather that they matter to God, and should do so to us.

In this collection of essays, Linzey counters with his customary wit, erudition, and insight, some contemporary (and perhaps surprising) challenges to animal rights—from ecotheologians, the Church, and politicians. He contends that far from the sometimes shallow judgments of those who think animals unworthy of theological consideration, the Christian tradition has a wellspring of sources and resources available to taking animals seriously. Instead of being marginal to the Christian experience, Linzey concludes, animals can take their rightful place alongside human beings as creatures of the same God.
There is a long forgotten spiritual tradition that two children, both named Jesus, were born in Bethlehem to two sets of parents named Joseph and Mary. This tradition is supported by the different accounts of the nativity and life of Jesus Christ in the gospels of Matthew and Luke. Although the Church chose to ignore this tradition, something of it survived in early Christian art and symbolism. The full tradition was preserved only in the literature of esoteric sects such as Gnosticism, which remained outside the official teachings of institutionalized Christianity.

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Aesthetic Animism: Digital Poetry’s Ontological Implications (MIT Press)

This book offers a decoder for some of the new forms of poetry enabled by digital technology. Examining many of the strange technological vectors converging on language, it proposes a poetics appropriate to the digital era while connecting digital poetry to traditional poetry’s concerns with being (a.k.a. ontological implications).

Digital poetry, in this context, is not simply a descendent of the book. Digital poems are not necessarily “poems” or written by “poets”; they are found in ads, conceptual art, interactive displays, performative projects, games, or apps. Poetic tools include algorithms, browsers, social media, and data. Code blossoms into poetic objects and poetic proto-organisms.

Introducing the terms TAVs (Textual-Audio-Visuals) and TAVITS (Textual-Audio-Visual-Interactive), Aesthetic Animism theorizes a relation between scientific method and literary analysis; considers the temporal implications of animation software; and links software studies to creative writing. Above all it introduces many examples of digital poetry within a playful yet considered flexible taxonomy.

In the future imagined here, digital poets program, sculpt, and nourish immense immersive interfaces of semi-autonomous word ecosystems. Poetry, enhanced by code and animated by sensors, reengages themes active at the origin of poetry: animism, agency, consciousness. Digital poetry will be perceived as living, because it is living.

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