TEMPLE of WOTAN is a composite source book for the complete cycle of ritual festivals, as well as oaths, rites, rituals, runes and historical mysticism. TEMPLE of WOTAN provides the framework for families and kindreds to pursue the virtually timeless Wotanist lifestyle for coming generations. We are deeply honored for this work to have been graced with a powerful foreword by the notable and distinguished ariosophist Miguel Serrano. Now in his 80’s, Mr. Serrano was a member of Jung’s Hermetic Circle and himself a dedicated Wotanist, author of over forty books translated into fourteen languages. TEMPLE of WOTAN is a vital link in the eternal chain of arcane gnostic Truth. There is a spiritual hunger in all free-thinking Aryans that cannot be filled by alien and counterfeit religions. As more people witness the inevitable decline of our race and our culture and our societies, they will and must seek solutions. The Wotansvolk path will be an inspirational and unifying catalyst to the rectification of this decline, as well as a gateway to our most ancient and esoteric wisdom that has long been denied us. The strength of a race is fed from the roots of its indigenous religions, its mythos—its heroes and legends. Life is reduced to meaningless survival without these redeeming elements.
West African Studies which was written by Mary Kingsley provides detailed study of the region from the creation of the first colonies to the post colonial period. The book would be recommended for all readers who are interested in the development of the countries belonging to this particular region.
This little book is but another chapter in the shy 'wild life of the fields and woods' of which "Ways of Wood Folk" and "Wilderness Ways" were the beginning. It is given gladly in answer to the call for more from those who have read the previous volumes, and whose letters are full of the spirit of kindness and appreciation. – By William Joseph Long (1857–1952), an American writer and naturalist.
Murray, G. The value of Greece to the future of the world.--Inge, W.R. Religion.--Burnet, J. Philosophy.--Heath, T.L., Sir. Mathematics and astronomy.--Thompson, D.W. Natural science.--Singer, C. Medicine.--Livingston, R.W. Literature.--Toynbee, A. History.--Zimmern, A.E. Political thought.--Gardner, P. The lamps of Greek art.--Blomfield, R., Sir. Architecture 2 26 29 31 35 43
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I. The weird witch of the willowherb -- II. The magician's tea party -- III. The hundredth princess -- IV. Somebody else's prince -- V. The tears of Princess Prunella -- VI. The palace on the floor -- VII. The Lady Daffodilia -- VIII. The kite that went to the moon
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