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  • The Brown Fairy Book

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  • 317
  • Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx

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    John Rhys






     

  • 318
  • Indian Fairy Tales

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  • 319
  • Celtic Mythology

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    Introduces the Celts and their mythology, relating seven tales with their roots primarily in Ireland and Wales and placing each in historical and cultural context.





     

  • 320
  • The Mythology of Ancient Britain and Ireland

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  • [ recommended ] Roman Mythology

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    This book not only covers much of Roman Mythology - it excellently shows how Roman history, culture and Greek Mythology contributed to the development of the mythology. The additional expert comments at the end of each chapter add depth and insight into the subject of the chapter. Highly recommended.



     

  • 322
  • Old Indian Legends

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  • 323
  • Myths and Mythmakers. Old Tales and Superstitions interpreted by Comparative Mythology

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    John Fiske






     

  • 324
  • Celtic creation mythos

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  • 325
  • Sun Myth of the North American Indians

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  • 326
  • Natural History Lore and Legend

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    F Edward Hulme






     

  • 327
  • Mythical Creatures (Mysteries, Legends & Unexplained Phenomena) - Linda Godfrey

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    Legends and myths are full of impossible creatures and strange beasts, from the half-human, half-lion sphinx of ancient Egypt to fire-breathing dragons to mermaids in the oceans.


    Although stories of these creatures date back to the earliest history of humanity, they are no less fascinating or popular today as a steady stream of books, games, movies, television shows, and other media revisit their stories and reinterpret the myths.


    But what lies behind these myths and legends? Did these bizarre animals once exist in ancient times, inspiring the accounts and stories that have kept them alive?

    Or do these creatures large and small reflect the characteristics of the cultures in which they were created?


    Mythical Creatures describes many of the famous beasts of fable and legend and looks at their possible origins while recounting the tales that have kept them famous for millennia.


  • 328
  • Carl Nagel - Latin The Language of Magic

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    Latin was the language used by magicians in medieval times and is still employed in some secret occult lodges today. This booklet by Carl Nagel reveals for the very first time some of the secret Latin words of power for attracting love, riches and power. Latin is easy to pronounce and you will be able to use the words immediately you have read this booklet. You need absolutely no experience in Latin and nor does it matter if you mispronounce the words. You only have to read from this booklet to get the results you seek.

    Contents include: Money Saturation Ritual... Punishing An Enemy... Attracting Love... Protection Against Psychic Attack... How To Experience Erotic Dreams... The King Solomon Power Spell.

    This is the only publication anywhere, that we know of, dealing exclusively with Latin spells and incantations. This is secret knowledge which no occult student should be without. An added bonus is that no oils, candles or incenses are required (with the exception of "Punishing An Enemy" which requires two candles). You only need this booklet and the will to get what you want.


  • 329
  • Dictionary of Native American Mythology by S.D.Gill, I.F.Sullivan

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  • 330
  • Encyclopedia of Buddhism

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    Buddhism, according to the editor in chief of this encyclopedia, "is one of the three major world religions, along with Christianity and Islam." Unlike the other two, however, Buddhism lacks substantial reference works in Western languages. The majority are single-volume works, defining terms, concepts, deities, etc. The Encyclopedia of Buddhism, on the other hand, "seeks to document the range and depth of the Buddhist tradition in its many manifestations."

    The nearly 500 entries are alphabetically arranged, signed by their authors, and conclude with see references and supplemental bibliographies. Article length ranges from 50 to 4,000 words. There are illustrations throughout, including three maps on the diffusion of Buddhism in Asia as well as an eight-page insert of color plates in each volume. The set ends with several time lines of Buddhist history and a good index. Given the long history Buddhism has enjoyed and the many different cultural regions and national traditions in which it has developed, two volumes are not enough to do the subject justice. Consequently, the entries tend to be thematic and inclusive in nature, with specific mention of, say, an individual or place being made within a broader survey article. While the cosmological, doctrinal, and ritual aspects of Buddhism are covered extensively, entries also treat the cultural, social, and political contexts that have shaped and been shaped by Buddhist thought (e.g., Economics, Education, Law). Entries for geographic locations provide nice historical surveys of the development of Buddhism to the present day and include the U.S and Europe. Buddhism's interaction with other world religions and philosophies (e.g., Christianity and Buddhism, Communism and Buddhism, Jainism and Buddhism) is treated. Finally, recognizing that Buddhism is a force in the world today, the editor has included entries that provide Buddhist perspectives on issues of contemporary concern (e.g., Abortion, Gender, Modernity and Buddhism)


  • 331
  • Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls: 2 Volume set

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    This landmark reference work is the first of its kind. Featuring 450 articles by an international community of scholars it is the definitive account of what we know about the Dead Sea Scrolls--their history, relevance, meaning, and the controversies that surround them.

    Discovered in 1947 by a Bedouin shepherd, the collection of 800 manuscripts is older than any other collection of manuscripts of the Hebrew Scriptures by almost one thousand years. What do the scrolls tell us about the people who wrote them? What do they tell us about early Christianity and Second Temple Judaism? How do they confirm or contradict what we thought we knew about the Bible?

    With contributions from 100 distinguished scholars representing diverse traditions and fields of learning, this volume offers the most comprehensive critical synthesis of current knowledge about the Dead Sea Scrolls--and their historical, archaeological, linguistic, and religious contexts. Written in non-technical language this reference work provides authoritative answers and information for all readers.


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  • Dhammapada

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  • 333
  • The Gospel of Buddha

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  • 334
  • Buddha -The Word

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  • The Diamond Sutra

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  • 336
  • Esoteric Buddhism by A. P. Sinnet

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