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2012 and the Galactic Center—The Return of the Great Mother

By Christine R. Page, MD ISBN-10: 1-59143-086-0 ISBN-13: 978-1-59143-086-5 (Bear & Company, 2008) Since the beginning of recorded history, every civilization on down to today’s surviving indigenous peoples have spoken about this time in our human story, so I think it’s wise on our parts to learn about this event and its possible implications. These… Read more »

Eastern Wisdom, Modern Life: Collected Talks 1960–1969

By Alan Watts ISBN 1-57731-180-9 (New World Library, 2006) Being a child of the 1960s I was right at home with issues that challenge Western civilization’s constructs. In a time when reevaluating our paradigms are imperative, I found his lectures engaging on such things as: Does a divine patriarch really make sense intellectually in today’s… Read more »

Global Shift: How a New Worldview Is Transforming Humanity

By Edmund J. Bourne, PhD ISBN 1-57224-597-2 (Noetic Books, 2009) Never before in recorded history have we gone through such a rapid transformation in society at every level. Global Shift answers the right questions and questions the wrong answers that have most of society bewildered, scared, and confused. As we observe sacred feminine energy moving… Read more »

Earth under Fire: Humanity’s Survival of the Ice Age

By Paul A. LaViolette, PhD ISBN: 1-59143-052-6 (Inner Traditions, 2005) It’s not a matter of “if”; it’s a matter of “when” will we go through the next cataclysmic upheaval on Earth. Putting aside the debate of whether or not it’s manmade or natural, with the mounting information pointing to the fact that Earth is rapidly… Read more »

The Future of the Ancient World: Essays on the History of Consciousness

By Jeremy Naydler, PhD ISBN: 978-1-59477-292-4 (Inner Traditions, 2009) As a researcher of ancient religions I find myself being constantly drawn back into antiquity for clarity. The accepted history of today seems little more than a plagiaristic attempt of a more recent culture to write itself into a preexisting story. Jeremy Naydler brings clarity to… Read more »