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Barker, Clive. THE INHUMAN CONDITION (1986) Poseidon Press. Ever
wonder what happens when you tie knots in a string with a definite outcome
in mind? The Inhuman Condition is about such spell casting – and other
weirdness. Nice hardcover in dj, 178 pgs.
Bierce. Ambrose. GHOST AND HORROR STORIES OF AMBROSE BIERCE. (1964)
Dover reprint. 210 pgs. Paperback.
Carroll, Lewis. THE MAGIC OF LEWIS CARROLL (1975) edited by John
Fisher. Published by Penguin Books Ltd;.Paperback.ISBN: 0140040641.
Collings, Rex. Editor. CLASSIC VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN GHOST STORIES (1976) Wordworth Classics. A great anthology of ghost tales from many of the
acknowledged past masters of the genre. A great place to start a life long
obsession. Paperback, 290 pgs.
Fort, Charles. THE BOOKS OF CHARLES FORT. Henry Holt / Published for
the Fortean Society (1948) A huge book of weirdness. Four comprehensive
books in one mammoth 1,125 page tome: “The Book of the Damned”, “New Lands”,
“Lo!” and “wild Talents.” If you have read the popular “Fortean Times” magazine, this is where it all started: Stones and frogs falling from the
sky, magick and anomalies galore. In a protected dj.
Fortune, Dion. THE SECRETS OF DR. TAVERNER. Llewellyn (1971) One of
the first fictional “supernatural sleuths” created by one of the most
influential members of the early Spiritualism movement and a guiding force
in the Golden Dawn. Strange writings in the fashion of a psychic Sherlock
Holmes. Paperback, mint.
Harlen Ellison, Neil Gaiman, and others. IN THE SHADOW OF THE GARGOYLE (1998) If you love gargoyles, their lore and historic role in great
supernatural fiction, this book is for you. 257 pgs. Large format paperback.
Kaplan, Stuart. TAROT CLASSIC.
(1972) U.S. Games. In a somewhat tattered condition – but still useful if
you use the Tarot Marseille deck. Paperback, 240 pgs.
Lukeman, Alex. WHAT YOUR DREAMS CAN TEACH YOU (1990) Llewlyn. The
book I was required to read to qualify for a 900 dream interpretation
hotline back in June, 1991. Excellent advice and not just your typical
grocery store check-out line book of obvious symbols. Deep and comprehensive
steps. Including a loose “personal” letter to counselors who were hired from
the author Paper, 260 pgs.
Lyle, Jane. THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF TAROT – DISCOVER THE MYSTERIES.
(2003) Thunder Bay Press. Paperback.
Parker, Derek & Julia. DREAMING: REMEMBERING – INTERPRETING – BENEFITTING
(1983) Prentice Hall. A good text of standard symbolic interpretations in an
illustrated large format paperback. 228 pgs.
USA Weekend. I NEVER BELIEVED IN GHOSTS UNTIL… (1992) Barnes & Noble
100 real life “true” encounters collected and compiled by USA Weekend.
Hardbound in dj, mint 215 pgs.
Waite, Arthur Edward. THE PICTORIAL KEY TO THE TAROT. University
Books, NY (1959) A tight small sized hardbound volume in protected dj.
Perfect for carrying along for easy reference.
Wakefield, H.R. THE BEST GHOST STORIES OF H.R. WAKEFILED. Academy
Press 1978, large format paperback. If you haven’t read Wakefield’s work,
stories like “Mrs. Amworth” will stay with you for a long time. Highly
recommended and another book full of séance plots. Mint condition large
Wilhelm, Barnes. THE I CHING (1959) Princeton University Press,
Bolingten Series XIX. The original small volume that packs a big punch.
Hardbound in covered dj, 749 pgs.
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