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We have added 100 NEW EBOOKS  Check out the titles!  As always. all ebooks listed under the category Ebooks are .99 cents

The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm
My Favorite Book of Fairy Tales
American Fairy Tales
Andersen’s Fairy Tales
The Arabian Nights
Classic Children’s Fairy Tales: Magic Myth and Morals
Myths Every Child Should Know
Peter Pan
The Complete Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault
The Scots and Medieval Arthurian Legend (Arthurian Studies) Book
Morte D’Arthur
Gildas: De Excidio Britonum
Alice In Wonderland
The Idylls of the King
Gawain and the Green Knight
The Mabinogion
The High History of the Holy Grail’ by Sebastian Evans
History of the Kings of Britain
Legends of the Middle Ages
Vita Merllini – The Life of Merlin
How To Make Your Own Spooky Halloween Crafts
19 + Classic Ghost Stories… Various Authors
Halloween Costumes
Halloween Recipes and Crafts
140 + Classic Pumpkin Carving Patterns
Halloween Ideas
Party Halloween (4 Ebooks)
Halloween Recipes
Pumpkin Pies and More!
Kid’s Halloween Coloring Book
The Ghoulish Gourmet Cookbook
Halloween Punch Recipes
Heart Pounding Tales
The Book of Hallowe’en
Caveman Coloring Book
Dogs Coloring Book
Cats Coloring Book
Astral Worship
Pagan and Christian Creeds: their origin and meaning
Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
MYTH RITUAL AND RELIGION
The Old Pagan Civilizations
PANTHEISM Its Story and Significance
LECTURES ON TH E ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF RELIGION AS ILLUSTRATED BY THE NATIVE RELIGIONS OF MEXICO AND PERU
THE MOUNTAIN CHANT: A NAVAJO CEREMONY
The Mide'wiwin or "Grand Medicine Society" of the Ojibwa
Unwritten Literature of Hawaii
Representation of Deities of the Maya Manuscripts
Rig Veda Americanus
The Religion of Ancient Rome
Bulfinch's Mythology: the Age of Fable
The Religion of Numa
Religion and Art in Ancient Greece
The Children of Odin
The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries
Myths of the Norsemen
The Edda Volume 1 & II
The Religion of the Ancient Celts
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
Custom and Myth
Legends of Babylon and Egypt in relation to Hebrew tradition
Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome
Intro to Shamanism
The Pagan Tribes of Borneo
Religions of Ancient China
The Tao Teh King or the Tao and its Characteristics
Myths and Legends of China
The Babylonian Legends of the Creation
Myths of Babylonia and Assyria
American Hero-Myths: A Study in the Native Religions of the Western Continent
The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi
Chinese Healing Exercises The Tradition of Daoyin
Shamanism: An Encyclopedia of World Beliefs Practices and Culture
Secret of the Golden Flower
The Archaeology of Shamanism
The Pocket Kama Sutra
Tropical Waves (MP3)
Torrential Rain (MP3)
Woodland Bridalway (MP3)
Tropical Storm (MP3)
Dusk At The Oasis (MP3)
Autumn In The Forest (MP3)
Babbling Brook (MP3)
Tropical Beach At Sunset (MP3)
Lazy Summer Day (MP3)
Hot Jungle Day (MP3)
Tranquil Waterfall (MP3)
Log Cabin Fire (MP3)
Exploration (MP3)
Dimensions (MP3)
Healing (MP3)
Relaxation (MP3)
Tranquility (MP3)
Still the Mind – Introduction to Meditation (MP3)
Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana
Natural Sounds: Relax with Nature (MP3)
Mother's Remedies
Outlines of Greek and Roman Medicine

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Culpeper’s Complete Herbal
by Nicholas Culpeper

It’s been the classic for over 350 years. As charming and elegant as the 17th-century original, this groundbreaking herbal guide combines Nicholas Culpeper’s fascinating text with up-to-date information and modern, delightful full-color illustrations. Culpeper—a famed astrologer, physician, and author—covered almost 400 herbs and plants from Aconite, Adder’s Tongue, and Agaric to Yarrow, Yew, and Yucca. For each entry, he gave both the Latin and common names of each, details on where to find it, and its flowering time, astrology, and medicinal virtues. Following the alphabetical list of herbs comes the inventory of illnesses and their cures, as it appeared in 1649. Many of these plants still occupy a prominent position in the dispensaries of today’s herbalists, so in addition to Culpeper’s entertaining and often caustic comments and descriptions there are notes on contemporary usage by an established practitioner. A beautiful and useful handbook.

It's been the classic for over 350 years. As charming and elegant as the 17th-century original, this groundbreaking herbal guide combines Nicholas Culpeper's fascinating text with up-to-date information and modern, delightful full-color illustrations. Culpeper—a famed astrologer, physician, and author—covered almost 400 herbs and plants from Aconite, Adder's Tongue, and Agaric to Yarrow, Yew, and Yucca. For each entry, he gave both the Latin and common names of each, details on where to find it, and its flowering time, astrology, and medicinal virtues. Following the alphabetical list of herbs comes the inventory of illnesses and their cures, as it appeared in 1649. Many of these plants still occupy a prominent position in the dispensaries of today's herbalists, so in addition to Culpeper's entertaining and often caustic comments and descriptions there are notes on contemporary usage by an established practitioner. A beautiful and useful handbook.
Culpeper’s Complete Herbal

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