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    • The Divine Pymander

    • By: Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus
    • Narrated by: Jim Wentland
    • Length: 4 hrs and 34 mins
    • Unabridged
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    This Book may justly challenge the first place for antiquity, from all of the Books in the World, being written some hundred of years before Moses' time, as I shall endeavour to make good. 

    Regular price: £13.79

    • The Initiate

    • By: Cyril Scott
    • Narrated by: John Marino
    • Length: 8 hrs and 51 mins
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    The story of Justin Moreward Haig is a true one, although, as explained later, I have been compelled for many reasons to conceal his identity.

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    • Enlightening!

    • By max whittle on 30-04-19

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    • The Lodestone of Life
    • By: Ernest Holmes
    • Narrated by: John Marino
    • Length: 13 mins
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    Man's three greatest needs are: to feel that he is needed, wanted and loved; to feel that he belongs to the universe in which he lives, and to have an object or objects upon which to lavish his affection. It is now known that most unhappiness comes from a sense of being rejected; of not being wanted, needed and loved. It is also known that a large percent of our physical troubles is a direct result of emotional congestions that follow in the wake of feeling that we don't belong to life.

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    • The Sphere Within

    • By: Neville Goddard
    • Narrated by: John Edmondson
    • Length: 19 mins
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    Entering this world of death, you brought all you have (or can have) with you. You are like a garden, already planted and sowed, for this world is too poor to produce one seed. Although William Blake was called a madman, he knew this great truth, and said: "The human imagination is the eternal body of the Lord Jesus." I tell you: The Lord Jesus is your own wonderful human imagination, who became as you are that you may become as he is.

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    • The Initiate in the New World

    • By: Cyril Scott
    • Narrated by: Greg Young
    • Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins
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    The reception accorded to The Initiate has been at once gratifying, instructive, and curious. No less than three different people have claimed to be its author and confided this intelligence to one of my friends “in the know”, who, with considerable amusement, passed it on to me without, I may add, divulging their names; neither did he inform them of the identity of the real author. 

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    • Gods in Exile

    • By: J. J. Van Der Leeuw
    • Narrated by: R. Paul Matty
    • Length: 1 hr and 45 mins
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    This audiobook is based on an awakening of ego-consciousness which came to me some little time ago. It brought with it knowledge which, though it came in but a single moment, has taken many days to realize and a long while to describe.

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    • The Telekinetic Theory of Levitation

    • By: Elliott Coues
    • Narrated by: Kane Prestenback
    • Length: 31 mins
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    The alleged spontaneous and even intelligent movements of various inanimate objects, under some circumstances, without the application of any known mechanical force, is a phenomenon which has never been explained to the satisfaction of scientific men. I do not think it possible to explain away the allegations of the fact on the assumption that all the persons who have testified to the evidence of their senses in this matter have been either mistaken or mendacious.

    Regular price: £3.89