Spirituality-Religions Religious History


Deon Chronicles
Crucifixion of the Truth
Lobsang Rampa : New Age Trailblazer
Twin Deception
Books of Enoch
Jesus - Last of the Great Pharoahs

Religious History


Ascension of Isaiah
Catalog #: SKU2857

The Jewish religion and its offsprings have produce more 'sacred texts' than most religions, but many have been hidden from people by the church.

Ascent of Olympus
Catalog #: SKU2822

The Religions of Rome... thier origin and dynasty.

Ashur Version of the Seven Tablets of Creation
Catalog #: SKU3492

The origin of the Semitic Deluge story.

Assyrian Doomsday Book
Catalog #: SKU3579

A good view of the Assyrian culture from one of their own manuscripts. It includes a quick study of the gods of the Assyrians. Interesting to see the ancients faced the same problems of taxes, religions, and making a living as we do today.

Astral Worship
Catalog #: SKU1205

The dogmatic element of religion, which was anciently designated as Astrology, is now known as Theology. All the evidences bearing upon the subject indicate that the founders of the primary form of religion were a sect of philosophers, known as Magi, or wise men

Astrology and Religion Among the Greeks and Romans
Catalog #: SKU1430

After a long period of discredit and neglect, astrology is beginning to force itself once more on the attention of the learned world.

Catalog #: SKU0795

The word Atrahasis means "extra wise" and refers to the earliest known version of Noah, who built an ark and saved mankind from destruction. This is that story, from ancient Sumeria, which many scholars believe was the original from which all known flood stories came from. This was the most popular story in the ancient world and has survived for over five thousand years.

Avesta - The Religious Books of the Parsees
Catalog #: SKU2328

Originally in 3 Volumes- Now Published in One Book- The Persians (Parsee) were once the cradle of known civilization. Their religions influenced all of today's religions. Sometimes these ancient scriptures would find their way into religious writings and scriptures of other religions.

Avesta Eschatology
Catalog #: SKU2858

How much influence did the Persian and Babylonian religions have on Judaism and its writers?

Babylonian Influence on the Bible and Other Popular Beliefs
Catalog #: SKU2821

Discover how much of your faith, your Christian or Jewish religion originated from the religion of Babylon.

Babylonian Legends of Creation - Fight Between Bel and the Dragon
Catalog #: SKU1781

The baked clay tablets and portions of tablets which describe the views and beliefs of the Babylonians and Assyrians about the Creation were discovered by Mr. (later Sir) A.H. Layard, Mormuzd Rassam and George Smith, Assistant in the Department of Oriental Antiquities in the British Museum. Told by Assyrian Tablets From Nineveh

Babylonian Oil Magic
Catalog #: SKU2655

The power of oil, the anointing oil, the magic of oil.... Oil was revered in early Semitic cultures.

Bel and the Dragon
Catalog #: SKU2904

A rare, short study of the Biblical apocryphal story of Daniel and the god Bel, and Daniel slaying a dragon.

Belief In Immortality and the Worship of the Dead Among The Aborigines
Catalog #: SKU3281

The subject of these lectures is a branch of natural theology. By natural theology I understand that reasoned knowledge of a God or gods which man may be supposed, whether rightly or wrongly, capable of attaining to by the exercise of his natural faculties alone. Thus defined, the subject may be treated in at least three different ways, namely, dogmatically, philosophically, and historically. We may simply state the dogmas of natural theology which appear to us to be true: that is the dogmatic method.

Belief In Immortality and the Worship of the Dead Among the Polynesians
Catalog #: SKU3282

The Polynesians are the tall brown race of men who inhabit the widely scattered islands of the Pacific, from Hawaii on the north to New Zealand on the south, and from Tonga on the west to Easter Island on the east. Down to the eighteenth century they remained practically unknown to Europe; the first navigator to bring back comparatively full and accurate information concerning them was our great English explorer, Captain James Cook.