“Learning Methodology for TAROT DE MARSEILLE: Tarot School Del Loco al Mundo” by Italo Augusto Marchioni Garcia

"This book was born based on the methodology I invented to implement it on my students and that today with much affection I will share with you. Through this methodology you shall learn each card through the symbols with in the card instead of remembering them one by one so your intuition works with your subconscious. So, take your cards and join me on this path DEL LOCO AL MUNDO."...>>

“Simple Tarot Card Meanings: Learn to Read Tarot Cards” by Angie Green

"Have you ever wanted to read tarot cards ‚ÄĒ without memorizing or struggling to remember the tarot card meanings? In this book, you will discover simple and modern interpretations of the 78 tarot cards, with sample tarot readings for Love, Money, Health, Work, and Spiritual Guidance. Perfect for tarot beginners and more advanced readers alike, each tarot card includes upright and reversed keywords, correspondences, and a clear and easy-to-remember description of the card. Written by Angie Green, best selling author and creator of The Simple Tarot Deck, this book can be used with any RWS-based tarot deck and is a perfect companion to The Simple Tarot Deck. If you want to learn the tarot card meanings...>>

“The Horse in Magic and Myth” by M. Oldfield Howey

"From Pegasus and the Trojan horse to the four horses of the Apocalypse, the familiar figure of the horse possesses an age-old mystique. Indeed, many cultures around the world attribute otherworldly qualities to the horse. This volume provides a rich compilation of legend and lore celebrating the sacred and magical symbolism traditionally associated with horses. Derived from classical mythology, the Bible, world folklore, literature, and other sources, these fantastic tales recount the exploits of angelic steeds and demonic horses as well as centaurs, hippogryphs, and unicorns. Supernatural warhorses and headless phantom horses gallop through these stories, in addition to fairy horses, sea horses, hobbyhorses, bridal horses, corn-horses, moon-horses, wind-horses, and many other fabulous equine exemplars....>>

“The Hastur Cycle: 13 Tales of Horror Defining Hastur, the King in Yellow, Yuggoth, and the Dread City of Carcosa” edited by Robert M. Price

"The stories in this book evoke a tracery of evil rarely rivaled in horror writing. They represent the whole evolving trajectory of such notions as Hastur, the King in Yellow, Carcosa, the Yellow Sign, the Black Stone, Yuggoth, and the Lake of Hali. A succession of writers from Ambrose Bierce to Ramsey Campbell and Karl Edward Wagner have explored and embellished these concepts so that the sum of the tales has become an evocative tapestry of hypnotic dread and terror, a mythology distinct from yet overlapping the Cthulhu Mythos. Here for the first time is a comprehensive collection of all the relevant tales."...>>

“Sorcerer’s Apprentice: My Life with Carlos Castaneda” by Amy Wallace

"Sorcerer‚Äôs Apprentice opens with Amy Wallace‚Äôs first meeting with Carlos Castaneda, the infamous anthropologist-turned-shaman, whose books described meetings with Yaqui Indian spiritual teacher don Juan. Castaneda‚Äôs rise was meteoric in the late 1960s as he wrote massive bestsellers, inspired many to experiment with psychedelics, and was dubbed ‚Äúthe Godfather of the New Age.‚ÄĚ The possibility that Castaneda‚Äôs experiences may have been fabricated did little to compromise his legend. As the daughter of best-selling novelist Irving Wallace, Amy was rarely shy around famous people. When her father insisted she meet Castaneda, she at first demurred. Little did she know that a delightful first meeting would begin a 20-year friendship, followed by her descent into the dramatic...>>