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1. Courageous Dreaming: How Shamans Dream the World into Being - Alberto Villoldo 2008

Modern physics tells us that we’re dreaming the world into being with every thought. The Courage to Dream Your Life tells us how to dream our world with power and grace. The ancient shamans of the Americas understood that we’re not only creating our experience of the world, but are dreaming up the very nature of reality itself—that is, “life is but a dream.” When you don’t dream your life, you have to settle for the nightmare being dreamed by others. This book shows how to wake up from the collective nightmare and begin to dream a life of courage and grace, a sacred dream that shamans throughout time have known and served.
Alberto Villoldo reveals ancient wisdom teachings that explain how to birth reality from the invisible matrix of creation; and reveals how we can interact with this matrix to dream a life of peace, health, and abundance. He shows us that courage is all that is required to create the joy we desire!

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3. The Multi-Orgasmic Man: Secrets Every Man Should Know - By Mantak Chia, Douglas Abrams

How any man can experience multiple orgasms and dramatically enhance his sexual relationship. The Multi-Orgasmic Man offers men clear and practical guidelines for researching their real but seldom realized sexual potential:

By learning to separate orgasm and ejaculation - two distinct physical processes - men can transform the momentary release of ejaculation into countless peaks of whole body orgasms.

Men who experience multiple orgasms - by avoiding the fatigue and depletion that follow ejaculation - report increased vitality and longevity.
At last, simple physical and psychological techniques that allow men to fulfill their dreams and women's fantasies.

4. Secrets of a Superthief - Jack Maclean 1983

Very rare, expensive, and out of print book about burglarly. In this remarkable book, the first of its kind, MacLean draws on his own experience as well as a unique survey of 300 burglars that he conducted in prison. Describing burglary as a "mind game," he tells you what burglars look for and what scares them off.Jack MacLean is a professional. In a career that netted him 133 million dollars in 2000 burglaries, he always worked alone and stole only from the rich. He owned a Hughes 300-C helicopter, a $40,000 high-speed boat, and used electronics to monitor police radios and even link into their stolen goods computer network. Only once did he violate his own rules; and today he is serving a fifteen-year prison term.In this remarkable book, the first of its kind, MacLean draws on his own experience as well as a unique survey of 300 burglars that he conducted in prison. Describing burglary as a "mind game," he tells you what burglars look for and what scares them off. Analyzing the techniques of amateurs as well as pros like himself, he describes the ideal "burglar-proof" home, evaluates current hardware and techniques, and suggests psychological deterrents that work better than any devices. This fascinating look at home security from the "other side" is essential for any homeowner who is serious about preventing burglaries.

5. The New Elite: Inside the Minds of the Truly Wealthy

Marketing consultant Taylor and branding specialist Harrison mine success stories of the truly rich to learn how they acquired their fortunes, whether it has changed them and how they live their lives. Arguing that the wealthy are poorly understood by the average American, the media and marketers of high-end products, the authors contend that accurately understanding this group is critical for success in the marketing, sales, product development, branding and advertising fields. They dispel the myth that most of the rich have inherited their money and reveal the socioeconomic factors behind their self-made rises to success. Exploring how the rich spend their money and what influences their buying decisions, the authors identify the five classes of the newly wealthy with distinct reactions to the value and purpose of money—neighbors, wrestlers, patrons, mavericks and directors—groups that greatly differ in their lifestyles and financial attitudes. Charts and graphs throughout distill key data into easy-to-grasp nuggets, lending clarity to this book whose fresh take on the habits of the American economic elite will be indispensable to marketers.

6. World Top Secret Our Earth is Hollow

World Top Secret: Our Earth Is Hollow! World Top Secret: Our Earth Is Hollow! Could the earth, moon, planets and stars all be hollow bodies? Amazingly, the answer is Yes! And very likely inhabited within! Come join us on our voyage of discovery

7. Were We On The Moon In 2309 B.C ?

n 1926, Professor A. W. Bickerton declared the concept of shooting at the moon to be foolish and impossible. In 1935, the noted astronomer F. R. Moulton wrote that man could never travel in outer space. In 1957, Dr. Richard van der Riet Wooley (former Astronomer Royal) called the idea of space travel "utter bilge". Eight months later Sputnik I was orbiting the earth. In a remote northern area of Tibet lie the ruins of the Hsing Nu capital, discovered by Duparc in 1725. Within the city, Duparc came upon a mass of monoliths (once coated with silver), a pyramid, part of a tower of blue porcelain, and a royal palace, containing thrones with sun and moon images. There was also a large milky white stone surrounded by exquisite drawings. Now for the stunning sequel. In 1952, a Soviet expedition arrived. The group was shown by Tibetan monks some ancient documents, whose descriptions agreed with those of Duparc.

8. The Secrets of the Mojave by Branton

The Secrets of the Mojave by Branton Product Description This book is aptly sub-titled, "Or the Conspiracy Against Reality". The author carefully lays out the evidence and facts as it pertains to the UFO-Alien arena. This is not "just another UFO book." It goes beyond the unexplained lights in the sky, the flickering electric lamp, and the dog that cowers in the corner. The evidence is deep, very deep. Astonishing conclusions are reached through this very thorough compilation from years of study from UFO researchers. Chilling reading, it is a must for every library. Fully indexed and illustrated. About the Author "Branton" is a name cautiously taken to hide this UFO researcher's true identity. He is American born, with a background of paranormal research. It took many years of hard work to put together "The Secrets of the Mojave." The information contained in this impressive volume is highly volatile. To preserve his safety, his identity cannot be revealed. His style of writing is pointed and witty. He leaves no stone unturned in his effort to expose the truth. reviewer at This book describes exactly where cash in the black budget is going and does it in a way that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. Amazing in that it really gives one a whole look at the entire U.F.O mystery and describes various contacts that certain groups of Indians have had over the ages with 'aliens', 'ufos' and the 'military'. It describes much of the military machine behind the censorship of any and all U.F.O related material and does so in a way that really wants to make you get out and do something about it. This book gets to the core of the mystery and pushes the limits. I would also advice the book be read CAREFULLY as it contains much hidden stuff like how to fight the 'enigma' itself. The most interesting aspect of this book is how the military/alien connection seem to always focus in on areas that are populated by human beings who are actively practicing some form of religion. This why much of the book is about Indians and New Mexico.

9. Make Your Own Working Paper Clock - James Smith Rudolph 1983

Cut this book into 160 pieces, glue them together, and have a paper clock operated by weights that keeps perfect time and can be rewound and regulated.

10. The Freemason's Manual - Jeremiah How

Originally published in 1862 and intended as a much-needed update to William Preston's Illustrations of Masonry, The Freemason's Manual sought to provide English Freemasons a deep explanation and education concerning many other Masonic degree systems recognized at the time. In addition, the book surveys the history of dozens of Masonic rites (both recognized and unrecognized) including the Ancient and Accepted Rite (Scottish Rite) and the York Rite (including the Mark Master, the Holy Royal arch, and the Knight Templar degrees), the Rite of Perfection, the Strict Observance, the Elu Cohens, the Rite of Philalethes, Swedenborg's Rite, the Rite of Mizraim, the Rite of Memphis, the Mopses, and Adoptive Masonry. Several details of these degrees are provided at a time before many subsequent changes made to the ritual work. This book offers a rare and intriguing glimpse into the Scottish Rite degrees before the influence of Albert Pike and from the perspective of English Freemasonry.

11. The Mystic Tie - Albert Mackey 1867

Or facts and opinions, illustrative of the character and tendency of Freemasonry. There are many good and well-meaning men and women, who, having been tainted or deceived by various pernicious publication, entertain the most ungenerous and prejudiced opinions of the Masonic Order. In friendly controversy with such persons, laboring under mistaken views, Mackey's brethren may find some assistance from the pages herein contributed toward the advancement of that institution, to which his attachment increased with his knowledge of its principles.

12. The Totalitarian Experiment in Twentieth Century Europe: Understanding the Poverty of Great Politics - David Roberts 2006

By developing a long-term supranational perspective, this ambitious, multi-faceted work provides a new understanding of totalitarianism, the troubling common element linking Soviet communism, Italian fascism and German Nazism. The books original analysis of antecedent ideas on the subject sheds light on the common origins and practices of the regimes.Through this fresh appreciation of their initial frame of mind, Roberts demonstrates how the three political experiments yielded unprecedented collective mobilization but also a characteristic combination of radicalization, myth-making, and failure.Providing deep historical analysis, the book proves that 'totalitarianism' best characterizes the common features in the originating aspirations, the mode of action and even the outcomes of Soviet communism, Italian fascism and German Nazism.By enhancing our knowledge of what totalitarianism was and where it came from, Roberts affords important lessons about the ongoing challenges, possibilities, and dangers of the modern political experiment.