Ghost Box by Chris Moon & Paulette Moon

Ghost Box by Chris Moon & Paulette Moon

When the wife of Thomas Edison died the famous inventor became extremely fascinated in the concept of life after death. Being of a scientific mind he started to consider the possibility that he could create a machine that had the capability of communicating with the spirits of the deceased. Edison began to build what has been called his Telephone to the Dead and soon posted project updates in periodicals such as Scientific American and Forbes, His ideas were not generally very well-received by his peers and sadly, Edison failed to…

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Woman Most Wild by Danielle Dulsky

Woman Most Wild by Danielle Dulsky

“A communal subterranean yearning for wild woman spirituality is drumming beneath our feet, and this longing has been born of the feminine’ spiritual starvation.” With those profound words artist, teacher, and writer Danielle Dulsky reveals the essential message contained within her book Woman Most Wild. So what, you might well ask, is ‘wild woman spirituality’? In Woman Most Wild Dulsky explains that it is essentially a living, breathing tradition that can be found deep within Witchcraft. She states that it is energised by a deep sense of freedom, sexuality and inherent…

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Decomposing the Shadow by James W. Jesso

Decomposing The Shadow by James W. Jesso

It is difficult to find anyone today who has not, at some point or other in their lives, been firmly and squarely bitten in the proverbial backside as the direct result of some innocent use of one drug or another. For James W Jesso it was the after effects of his initial consumption of the psilocybin mushroom that initiated him into a state of consciousness that was terrifyingly strange to his young mind. However despite his initial negative experiences with the powerful mind-bending drug he was drawn deeper into a…

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