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Earth Mysteries

Earth Mysteries Books Earth mysteries describes an interest in a wide range of scientific and pseudo-scientific ideas focusing on cultural and religious beliefs about the Earth, generally with regard to particular geographical locations of historical significance. The term 'earth mysteries' evolved in the 1970s, and the idea has been embraced and reinvented by various movements over the years.
Modern believers in Earth mysteries generally consider certain locations to be sacred, based on historical events or traditions; they believe that certain spiritual "energies" may be active at those locations and that these locations should be protected from industrial development. Subjects of interest include: Crop Circles, Labyrinths, Ley Lines and Trees.

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  • Earth Pilgrim

    In 'Earth Pilgrim', Satish Kumar draws on his personal experience of making pilgrimages and also his understanding of the spiritual traditions of both East and West. The book takes the form of conversations about both the inner and outer aspects of pilgrimage. If we want to tread the pilgrim s path, we need to go beyond ideas of good and evil, and to be dedicated to our quest to our natural calling. We need to shed not only our unnecessary material possessions, but also our burdens of fear, anxiety, doubt and worry; in this way we can find spiritual renewal and embark on the great adventure into the unknown. Being on a pilgrimage doesn t necessarily mean travelling from one place to another it means a state of mind, a state of consciousness, a state of fearlessness. Satish believes that at this stage of human history we now need a new kind of pilgrim, unattached to any form of dogma Earth Pilgrims who are concerned with this world, not the next. Such pilgrims are seeking a deep commitment to life in the here and now, upon this Earth, in this world. We need to realise that we are all related and connected, and through this connectivity we become pilgrims. Learn More
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  • Love Your Lady Landscape: Trust Your Gut, Care for 'Down There' and Reclaim Your Fierce and Feminine SHE Power

    There was a time, roughly 5000 years ago, when SHE Power reigned and lady landscapes were revered. A time when the space between a woman's thighs was considered a power portal with a direct hook up to Source. But for the last 2000 years, the potent powers of our wombs, our cyclic nature and our menstrual cycles have been disregarded. In modern times, this disconnect from the feminine cyclic experience is causing an epidemic of stress, emotional depletion and frustration, infertility and 'down there' pain and disease. In Love Your Lady Landscape, Lisa Lister takes us on a revelatory journey through the terrain of what it is to be a woman. Packed with tools and practices to reconnect women to their feminine wisdom, this book will help you to: - release guilt and shame from the past - explore self-pleasure and sensuality - learn about your menstrual cycle and its connection with the rhythms of nature - discover the sacred art of receiving - unleash your creativity - find your voice to communicate your needs, wants and desires This book will move you into a fiercely loving and healing relationship with your body, and teach you how to use its cycles and signs to create a life of vitality and fulfilment. Learn More
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  • In Search of the Common Good: Guideposts for Concerned Citizens

    In Search of the Common Good: Guideposts for Concerned Citizens is a sequel to the authors book Citizens of the Broken Compass: Ethical and Religious Disorientation in the Age of Technology. As the title indicates, the work is not addressed to an academic audience, but rather to a general readership, i.e. to concerned citizens who are interested in thinking through some of the ethical and moral issues facing us today. Still, the book is not a work on ethics or even on morality in the strict sense, but rather an attempt to locate certain guideposts for thinking about the common good in society. The basic theme of the entire book is this: Concern for the common good should be the context in which individual human rights are interpreted. Learn More
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  • North : The Rise and Fall of the Polar Cosmos

    In 1543, the ancient world began to unravel. The Polish astronomer Copernicus wrecked the old sense that the cosmos revolved around a stationary Earth, opening up the dizzying freedoms and dangers of the modern age. But was the cosmos that Copernicus unseated so ancient after all? This book argues that the importance of cosmic hierarchy, with Earth at the centre, only arose with agriculture and civilization. Learn More
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  • Celtic Tree Magic: Ogham Lore and Druid Mysteries

    Authentic Celtic teachings on tree magic from a Glastonbury-based pagan wise woman Learn More
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  • The Secret Language of Animals: Endangered Voices of Mother Earth

    There was a time when our ways were intimately woven with the pulse of the natural world. The answers to life's great questions were found not in books but in quiet communion with the voices of Mother Earth. Learn More
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  • Traditional Witchcraft and the Path to the Mysteries

    Traditional Witchcraft and the Path to the Mysteries, the sixth and last in the Traditional Witchcraft series, is a voyage of discovery and, as with every journey, it is essential that we understand where we are now and where we want to be. Learn More
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