What is a Rune?

What is a Rune? And Other Essays Collin Cleary   The premise of What is a Rune? is explained in the introduction. The book is an expansion on a topic the author previously wrote about in an essay entitled “Philosophical Notes on the Runes”. Cleary also explains that despite the title

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Summoning the Gods

Summoning the Gods Essays on Paganism in a God-Forsaken World   Summoning the Gods presents an intriguing collection of essays, the majority of which relate to North European paganism. The author of the book is described in the Introduction as a Traditionalist, Hinduism, and a theologian of Nordic neo-paganism. [1]

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The Eldritch Evola

The Eldritch Evola & Others James O’Meara   James O’Meara is undoubtedly familiar  also to those with an interest in Julius Evola. In The Eldritch Evola & Others O’Meara draws a parallel between two seemingly incongruous authors – Julius Evola and H. P. Lovecraft. At first sight this may seem

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The Dharma Manifesto

A New Vision for Global Change Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya   Many of the readers will be already aware of the fundamental concept of dharma. Dharma is a very widely used term, and is the modern equivalent of dharman, which formed a trinity with rta, dharman,and karman. Initially rta represented

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Ayurvedic Astrology

Ayurvedic Astrology History and Insights from the Ancient Vedic Periods Durgadas (Rodney Lingham)   This is an intriguing gem of a book which is suitable for anyone interested in its signature topics; Ayurveda and Astrology. A fascinating aspect for prospective readers is the fact that unlike many books on Ayurvedic

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