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The Tibetan Book of the Dead: Or The After-Death Experiences on the Bardo Plane
The Tibetan Book of the Dead: Or The After-Death Experiences on the Bardo Plane
"Dr. Evans-Wentz, who literally sat at the feet of a Tibetan lama for years in order to acquire his wisdom...not only displays a deeply sympathetic interest in those esoteric doctrines so characteristic of the genius of the East, but likewise possesses the rare faculty of making them more or less intelligible to the layman."--Anthropology...
Anti-Spam Tool Kit
Anti-Spam Tool Kit

The three of us began our tech careers at a small local Internet service provider, where every dollar was sacred and wasting one was the equivalent of sacrilege. What we discovered then is still true today: Any way you cut it, spam wastes money. Organizations and individuals devote more time, money, and strategy to thwarting...

Su-un and His World of Symbols
Su-un and His World of Symbols

"Su-un and His World of Symbols" explores the image which Choe Che-u (Su-un), the founder of Donghak (Eastern Learning) Korea's first indigenous religion, had of himself as a religious leader and human being. Su-un gave his life so that he could share his symbols, his scriptures and the foundational principals of his religion with all...

Sacred Schisms: How Religions Divide
Sacred Schisms: How Religions Divide
Schism (from the Greek 'to split') refers to a group that breaks away from another, usually larger organisation and forms a new organisation. Though the term is typically confined to religious schisms, it can be extended to other kinds of breakaway groups. Because schisms emerge out of controversies, the term has negative connotations. Though they...
Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice (Art and Imagination)
Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice (Art and Imagination)
About the Art & Imagination Series: Explore a range of interests, philosophies, religions, and cultures—from Kabbalah to Freemasonry, Buddhism to Hinduism, myth to magic. The distinguished authors bring a wealth of knowledge, visionary thinking, and accessible writing to each intriguing subject in these lavishly...
The God Part of the Brain: A Scientific Interpretation of Human Spirituality and God
The God Part of the Brain: A Scientific Interpretation of Human Spirituality and God

Acclaimed by a wide range of experts, The "God" Part of the Brain is a classic. Matthew Alper presents a stunning argument: that our brain is hardwired to believe in a God. He offers a scientific explanation that we inherit an evolutionary mechanism that allows us to cope with our greatest terror - death.

The author also...

iPod: The Missing Manual
iPod: The Missing Manual
With iPod and iTunes, Apple's gotten the world hooked on portable music, pictures, and videos. One thing they haven't delivered, though, is an easy guide for getting the most from your sleek little entertainment center. Enter iPod: The Missing Manual, 5th Edition-a book as breathtaking and satisfying as its subject.

Our latest edition...

Theology in Stone: Church Architecture from Byzantium to Berkeley
Theology in Stone: Church Architecture from Byzantium to Berkeley
Thinking about church architecture has come to an impasse. Reformers and traditionalists are talking past each other. Statements from both sides are often strident and dogmatic. In Theology in Stone, Richard Kieckhefer seeks to help both sides move beyond the standoff toward a fruitful conversation about houses of worship. Drawing on a wide range...
 
   
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