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Contents: “I’ve Discovered the Immortal Cell”, "Grace Hess Letter”, Circular #3 “Grace Hess Notes on the B-Cell”
Contents: Non chaptered book, includes many handwritten notes. Describes Eula’s perception of what existence and reality was like before creation.
Contents: General Ethnology, Archeology, Folklore, Language, Music, Religion, Physical Anthropology, Botany, Malacology, Zoology, General, Entomology, Geology and Geography, Report of the Director, Miscellaneous. Catalogues the various publications attached to the Bernice P. Bishop museum.
Contents: Single volume. Describes various ills, and “Naturopathic Remedies” to them, also includes a letter from Mark L. Gallert to an unnamed correspondent, detailing his travels in Mexico, and return to the United States.
Contents: Hawaiian Folklore and Culture. Accounts of Hawaiian mythology and culture, written in Hawaiian and translated into English. Includes correspondence between “Ernie” and “Max” on the contents of the volume and Huna. Also includes part of a Reader’s Digest, a condensed version of a longer work by Sir Arthur Grimble, titled “We Chose the Islands.”
Contents: Describes the healing potential of music on the soul and body. Compilation of earlier works, with a foreword by Stebbing.
Contents: Describes what “Catalytic Foods” are, their effects on the body, how to obtain and prepare them, in the hopes of achieving a more spiritual diet. Most likely based on scripture.
Featuring Brad Steiger Books. Summary: Catalogue of various books on the occult, pseudo-sciences and religious works. Includes a large intro on the works of Brad Steiger.
Summary: This report is a 1967 copy of the PROJECT BLUEBOOK report, which studies UFOs and their sightings, in this case from 1954 to 1967. Included is correspondence between Pat Brooks and Margo de Camp, and Pat Brooks and her mother. Only the correspondence between Pat and Margo relates to PROJECT BLUEBOOK.
An Interpretation to Rudyard Kipling’s Brushwood Boy & Map by Dr. A.S. Raleigh,the Hermetic Publishing Company, 1932
Contents: “Esoterically and Mystically explains how Kipling reached Illumination and Initiation in the Dream State.” A.S. Raleigh’s interpretation of Kipling’s work.
Contents: Kapila – Sutram & Samkhya – Karika, includes commentary on Vedic texts, according to Narendra’s interpretation.
Contents: Abstract, Acknowledgements, Introduction and General Conclusion, the Reality of the Surgery, Materialization, Dematerialization and other Psychoenergetic Phenomena. This item attempts to document various cases of psychic surgery in the Philippines, contains observations and patient records, as well as photographs of some operations.
Contents: Continuation of Part 1
Contents: Legal briefs, affidavits and written evidence presented at the US vs Merlek Water Case of 1940. M. E. Lee and Ned Johnson were accused of selling purified sea water as a health tonic, and putting lives in danger. Also contains pamphlets for books on nutrition and a pamphlet from the Euthanasia Society of America.
Contents: Aspartame Consumer Safety Network Section, Research Section, Letters from Senate Hearing Records, Flying and Aspartame, Misc. This is a bound copy of a report presented to Congress on the dangers of Aspartame.
Contents: The Threat-Response Mechanism, Key to Tensions and Many Hidden Factors, Consequence of the Arousal of the Threat-Response Mechanism, How Memory Activates, the Threat Response Mechanism, How the Adverse Consequences of the Threat-Response Mechanism Can Be Eliminated, The Science of Personality. This item deals with stress experienced in the modern world, and how to deal with it homeopathically.
Contents: Gives a history of Ancient & Lost civilizations as discovered by Mrs. Ragan. Also includes a letter written by Mrs. Ragan to a so called Max, and a chapter from the “Kybalion” entitled “The Power of Sharing”.
Contents: Meher Baba, Gurus, Indian Mysticism. Gives the dates and itinerary of Meher Baba’s trip to the United States, as well as giving those interested a means to schedule interviews.
By: Timothy Leary & Walter Houston Clark. Summary: The published hypothesis and conclusion of Timothy Leary and Walter Houston Clark’s research on the effects of drugs on religious people and their spirituality.