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    In keeping with all the hub-bub about Jeffrey Epstein--let us not forget a great novel by Vladimir Nabokov - Lolita
    I read this last year, though the idea of the main character and his obsession with prepubescent girls was kind of silly, after awhile I got addicted to these two characters, the adult: Humbert and the child: Lolita and everyday I read more because I started to miss them! Well, that's good writing...

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    I read that novel years ago.

    Weird synchronicities regarding that novel and the movie (which I also saw). A friend of mine is a grip in the movies. In the nineties my boyfriend and I went to visit him on the set of the remake of that movie.

    I now live about two miles from Zemurry Gardens where the movie was filmed.

    It was also my spanish class name in high school, as given me by the teacher. I didn't choose it.
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    Quote Posted by Praxis (here)
    Quote Posted by frankstien (here)
    The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane

    A riveting story of a young soldier during the Civil War--an amazing intense account of being in battle.

    And--

    Wilhelm Reich's follow-up to his The Function of The Orgasm or a part 2 - The Cancer Biopathy

    In this book Reich documents his experiments to discover how cancer begins in an organism. This work led to his creating the Orgone Accumulator that helped reverse the effects of cancer in patients.
    The Cancer Biopathy changed my world. Very interesting book
    Sorry it's taken so long to comment on your comment--YES, you are right it is an interesting book and would change someone's world once they saw, with the evidence provided by Dr.Reich's work, how biogenius works,what causes cancer and how to reverse it.

    Years ago I worked for a large well known cancer research center. I wasn't in research, I worked a type of support job for their media presentations to universities. But what I noticed was each department was self-contained and they didn't know much what each other was up to, their primary focus was on maintaining or increasing their funding. This huge research center is no closer today to discovering a cure to cancer than when I was there years ago. They will never discover one, a real cure that is, because they do not know what Reich demonstrated in his book.

    They wouldn't need all that money and huge facilities, just one medium sized laboratory, a copy of Wilhelm Reich's Function of The Orgasm, The Cancer Biopathy, and Ether,God,and Devil - Cosmic Superimposition and within a year of replicating his work they'd be well on their way to really helping people with cancer. But no, there's more money in cancer/disease management, than in preventive medicine.
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    I just finished John Gardner's The Art of Fiction.

    If you are interested in the technique and process of what makes good writing, this book will be a treasure trove of helpful information.

    Just started William Burrough's "Junky"

    Promises to be an interesting read all about Burrough's addiction to heroin and the sub-culture of addicts in post WWII America.
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    https://www.amazon.com/Mount-Shasta-.../dp/0927978601

    The Mount Shasta Mission, 2005 by Machaelle Small Wright.

    For anyone who appreciates work with Nature and who is interested in our earths evolution I think that the Mt. Shasta Mission is a worthwhile, important, and valuable read. I think this book is more of a study manual; a text that one can use to get a greater sense of the depth of work involved with multi-dimensional endeavours. If you are looking to examine a co-creative, multi-level partnership/team work and working to expand your own awareness and everyday work with Nature, then this is the book to use.

    An important factor was that the energies released by the Mission were transferred to a level beyond our universe. The mission thus constituted a momentous event.

    The Mount Shasta Mission, its primary aim was to deactivate Piscean government/military leylines, simultaneously activating a new leyline grid supporting Aquarian structures. This mission was executed and took place between July 15-17 1985.

    One result of the mission, which I can reveal was successful - that can involve us all, was that owing to the leylines transfer we can now focus on specific situations and ask for and expect to receive new solutions, i.e. we will be assisted by the current team ‘another reality off planet’ and the new leylines.

    The Mount Shasta Mission is a story that starts slowly and quietly. Unbeknownst to Machaelle at that time, pieces that were seemingly unconnected but were later critical to the Mission were being put into place. This is where we see the importance of doing what we are supposed to do, even if we don't have a clue about the larger implications. And you'll know in new ways just how much we are not alone when we humans are faced with the sometimes daunting task of moving ourselves and our world forward.

    This book is not for you if:

    You don't like detail and prefer to read "A miracle occurs here and they all lived happily ever after."
    The Big Picture scares you.
    You believe thinking about government and its impact on the social structure around you is beneath you.
    You like being uninformed.
    You don't wish to live within your community (immediate and global) more responsibly.
    You don't want to know how a multi-level project such as the Mt. Shasta Mission is pulled off.
    You don't have the patience for a story that starts slowly.

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    Books I'm currently reading:

    The Illustrated Secret History of the World by Mark Booth

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    Foundations of High Magick: The Magical Philosophy by Melita Denning and Osborne Phillips

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    The Buddha's Teachings on Prosperity: At Home, At Work, in the World by Bhikkhu Basnagoda Rahula

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    I got a lot of reading on my plate. I enjoy reading books on Buddhism, Eastern medicine, Eastern philosophy, and occultism.

    Any recommendations, guys?

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    In a few days I will have David Icke's new book 'The Trigger'

    I've read most of his books--they are always interesting...…..
    Question Everything, twice or maybe trice..........

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    Studies in Consciousness "Mind Reach" by Russell Targ and Harold E. Puthoff.
    The genius consistently stands out from the masses in that he unconsciously anticipates truths of which the population as a whole only later becomes conscious! Speech-circa 1937

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    Just read a Larry Niven/Steven Barnes book: The Barsoom Project. Next is The Man Who Was Thursday by Chesterton. After that will be Clancy's Threat Vector or Jonathan Kellerman's, The Web...
    Forget about it

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    I am reading a philosophical book... a slim little book but densely packed with thought! It “popped out” at me while I was in the book shop.



    Quote The Scent of Time: A Philosophical Essay on the Art of Lingering
    by Byung-Chul Han

    In his philosophical reflections on the art of lingering, acclaimed cultural theorist Byung-Chul Han argues that the value we attach today to the vita activa is producing a crisis in our sense of time. Our attachment to the vita activa creates an imperative to work which degrades the human being into a labouring animal, an animal laborans. At the same time, the hyperactivity which characterizes our daily routines robs human beings of the capacity to linger and the faculty of contemplation. It therefore becomes impossible to experience time as fulfilling.

    Drawing on a range of thinkers including Heidegger, Nietzsche and Arendt, Han argues that we can overcome this temporal crisis only by revitalizing the vita contemplativa and relearning the art of lingering. For what distinguishes humans from other animals is the capacity for reflection and contemplation, and when life regains this capacity, this art of lingering, it gains in time and space, in duration and vastness.
    From: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/...-scent-of-time
    *I have loved the stars too dearly to be fearful of the night*

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    I’m listening to the audio book version of “Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon” by David McGowan. Wow! If you’re even remotely connected to the music and “counter-culture” movement of the 60’s and 70’s, especially as a fan, activist or enthusiast, prepare to be crushed. Everything you thought was real, isn’t. Everything you thought went in one direction actually went in reverse. I’m almost done with the audio book (available on audible.com) and I’m going to purchase the printed form because I’m certain this work will eventually be banned, especially In these times. I must surely be in some form of denial just as an involuntary survival mechanism. As a young professional musician who lived and worked in and around L.A. starting in 1973, I know and worked for some of the subjects of this revealing exposé, and taking in this book connects a lot of dots for me. I was a young and enthusiastic believer and naïve participant musically, culturally and “politically” but I had no idea that everything, every single thing I thought was authentic and part of a logical evolution, was in truth 100% shrewdly calculated social engineering perpetuated by the military intelligence community. It’s devastating, and it angers me. So much darkness. I have skeptical streak which has now turned decidedly cynical. As so many say regarding the fictionalized historical narrative we were taught in school, we’ve been lied to. It’s amazing to realize and understand how effective these nefarious agendas are, and the degree of precise planning and execution the controllers are able of perpetrating, in disinformative layers of smoke and mirrors. I recommend laying hands on the printed version of this book before it’s banned. Sadly, the author, David McGowan, a tireless veteran researcher with impeccable cred’s, was murdered soon after the book was released. A tough way for us to understand he hit the nail of Truth right on head, yet a sure sign that he knew too much and taking him out was no doubt a solution to the prospect of the author going out on the promotional speaking tour that normally follows a book release.
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    I’ve been on an astrology binge this past week. Trying to figure out some of the physical mechanisms for how astral physics and ‘the music of the spheres’ shapes life and matter on earth.

    The Greater and Lesser Worlds of Robert Fludd: Macrocosm, Microcosm, and Medicine — Jocelyn Godwin (pre-order to be released in December)


    Physics without Einstein - Harold Aspden


    Pythagorean Source Book and Library — Kenneth Guthrie


    Christian Astrology, Books 1 & 2


    Astrogeographia: Correspondences between the Stars and Earthly Locations — Robert Powell


    Planetary Influences Upon Plants: A Cosmological Botany — Ernst Kranich


    The Tree of Life: An Expose of Physical Regenesis on the Three-Fold Plane of Bodily, Chemical and Spiritual Operation — George W Carey


    The Splendor Solis: The World's Most Famous Alchemical Manuscript — Stephen Skinner


    Personal Panchanga: The Five Sources of Light — Komilla Sutton


    The Books of Jeu and the Untitled Text in the Bruce Codex (Nag Hammadi Studies) (Nag Hammadi Studies / Nag Hammadi Studies, the Coptic Gnostic Library)

    Image limit reached but this last book is probably one of the most important gnostic texts I’ve read. It’s a record of Jesus teaching the ‘The Treasury of Light’ to his disciples, which to me seems a lot like the Theurgy practices of the Greeks or Jyotish astrology in the Vedas. PDF copy available at Gnosis Study

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    Currently - Jane Austin's "Sense and Sensibility", it's enjoyable, kind of like reading an episode of Masterpiece Theater.

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    The Science of Mind - Ernest Holmes
    Synchronicity - Dr. Kirby Surprise
    The Memoirs of Billy Shears - Thomas E. Uharriet
    Recovery - Russell Brand
    The CIA as Organized Crime - Douglas Valentine

    Yes, hopping back and forth between them all.
    All the above is all and only my opinion - all subject to change and not meant to be true for anyone else regardless of how I phrase it.

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    I'm bouncing between a few, The Colossus of Maroussi by Henry Miller, read it years ago but it's such marvelous writing I decided to enjoy it again. The other is America Before - The Key to the Earth's Lost Civilization by Graham Hancock, and Lawrence Durrell's Notes on Travel, tho it's taking a back seat to to other two for now.

    A Jane Austin collection waiting in the wings and a mystery or two...
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    Cosmic Trigger by RAW - finished I and II and just got III.
    Also - People of the Lie by M. Scott Peck which someone(?) here recommended.
    "We're all bozos on this bus"

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    The New Testament


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    Hola my Avalonian friends. Sorry I have been missing ! Want to share what I have been reading and please continue sharing with us what you are reading. There is always going to be something of interest to somebody else.

    Longing for Darkness is Karen Blixen old friend and old majordomo Kamante ( the hero of her classic Out of Africa ) memories about their lives in Africa.

    Avid Reader is Robert Gottieb autobiography. The New Yorker editor for many years and for sixty years running publishing company Simon and Schuster.

    The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt won her a Pulitzer Price in 2014 for fiction. Had that book for years and could not read it. Decided to tacked it before the movie came out ( sept ) and it was like pulling teeth. Did not like it at all, but it seems you either love it ( my daughter )or hate it ( lots of friends and strangers )

    Circe by my favorite autor Madeline Miller did no disappoint. Love it, as her first book The Song of Achilles.

    The Medici Giraffe by Marina Belozerskaya is about how exotic animals have long entranced and inspired us.

    The 2 books by Michael Newton The Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls I devoured at fast as I Could
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    Quote Posted by AriG (here)
    I am currently reading ‘The Project Avalon forum’ and it is by far the biggest and most diverse tome I’ve yet to encounter ;-) ...
    Thanks for the laugh AriG, that was so funny I had to pause!

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    I've read all the bpooks mentioned at one point or another.

    Now I read anything.

    Just finished some star wars book.
    next will be reading some new Larry Niven collaborations with steve barnes. For me reading these days is just to entertain my mind for a bit - and forget this crazy world.
    Wow Ernie! That's a lot of books!

    I'm reading Star Trek Q-In Law by Peter David as opposed to your Star Wars ;-)

    I used to read a LOT, but currently the only thing that appeals to me is Star Trek books about Q or Data... (I imagine this will change over time)

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    Children from the Sky by Duncan Lunan

    This is the only book I have found that goes into great depths about the "Green Children" of the 12th century.
    This is a book that looks at the "Green Children" at every different angle or story you can imagine. From extra-terrestrials to coming out of an underground city to being transported from another part of the planet, the moon, a ship or somewhere else in the galaxy.

    A scholarly work with factual information that Lunan was able to obtain in the years 1066-1395 that took 10 years of research. The lives of all these people and their whereabouts and their personal dealings with the crown and each other.

    I do agree with the author in the fact that why weren't the children more amazed by the Sun and especially the Moon. Which leads me to believe that they had seen the Moon before somewhere.

    Background

    In the late 12th century, two very strange children came out of an ancient earthwork at the village of Woolpit in East Anglia. They wore clothes of a color and material never seen before, spoke a language nobody recognized, and were colored green all over. Later, when they had learned 'our manner of speaking', and lost their green color, they described a homeland which was no place on Earth. The boy died within a year, but the girl grew up and married. Is this a fairy story, or were the children runaways from some primitive tribe? In the 17th century Robert Burton included them in the astronomy section of The Anatomy of Melancholy, suggesting that they came from another world. Could it be true? Duncan Lunan has located the places in the story and traced the people, who turn out to be real, though mysterious, and very highly connected. The incident at Woolpit was one of a series at linked sites, and seems to have been anticipated by the authorities of the time. In particular, Crown, the King at the time and the Vatican, both sending military forces to surround Woolpit and protect it from outsiders.. The authorities realized the significance of the green children’s presence.

    Lunan traces the green girl, traces her descendants to the present day USA, and investigates strange things happening in the sky and other events relating to her 'arrival'. It suggests that in medieval times there might have been mass abductions from Earth, by extra-terrestrials, for experimental purposes, with the knowledge if not the agreement of some of the terrestrial authorities - if so, Lunan suggests, "The X-Files are set in the wrong century."

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