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TGS Publishing

TGS Publishing

TGS Publishing, founded 1999, publishes out of print books, new authors, specialty books, and books for test marketing.

TGS has maintained a website presence via hiddenmysteries.com since 1999, making the top 100,000 websites in ranking several times during that period.

TGS is a wholesale supplier direct to bookstores and distributors, along with drop shipping orders for publishers, bookstores, and authors.

TGS maintains a Print on Demand operation for publishers and authors, keeping the price and costs the lowest in the industry, with 10 day turn around for orders.

TGS Services offers website construction, maintenance, shopping cart installations, domain name registrar services, and dedicated server leases.

TGS Publishing
22241 Pinedale Lane,
Frankston, Texas 75763
903-876-3256

Products

Dioscuri in the Christian Legends
Catalog #: SKU2816

From one of the best theologians of his era, his research into the oddity of the twins and their importance in religion is invaluable. The twins show up in Christianity and Judaism in the sacred texts, having a unique position in those religions, Jacob-Esau, Lea-Rachael, Jesus-Thomas, and possibly Cain-Abel.

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Disease-Spirits and Divine Cures
Catalog #: SKU2656

The ancient world believed that disease was brought by spirits, evil spirits. Now with modern science discovering the way disease is airborne, food-borne and spread, perhaps the ancients weren't all that far off.

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Divine Origin of the Craft of the Herbalist
Catalog #: SKU0720

This remarkable book traces the history of herbs far back into antiquity, and shows that the gods themselves were believed to be the original healers, not only by revealing the knowledge of their healing properties to mankind but by creating the sustaining herbs out of their own bodies.

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Divine Vision
Catalog #: SKU0183

IT is a true saying, and one experienced and proved by us all, that we rise to higher things on the stepping stones of our dead selves.

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Electric Bath, The
Catalog #: SKU2014

The tubs, which I have now in use for nearly three years are made of wood, and I find them to answer very well. It must not be forgotten, however, that a wooden tub requires to be well painted on the inside, in order to prevent its becoming water-soaked, because in that event it would become a conductor of electricity, and interfere to some extent, with the administration of the electric current in the bath.

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Eleusinian Mysteries and Rites
Catalog #: SKU2941

A quick look at the rites and practices of the Eleusinian religion.

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Empire of The City
Catalog #: SKU0088

The colossal political and financial organization centered in London, known as "The city," operates as a super-government of the world; and no incident has occurred anywhere in the world without its participation in some form. Its pretentions are supported in the U.S. by the secret International Pilgrim Society, sponsor of the Cecil Rhodes "One World" ideology which was launched about 1897.

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Epitome of the Homeopathic Healing Art
Catalog #: SKU1921

This book doesn't spend time defending homeopathy, but rather jumps straight into the homeopathic remedies and cures. Even if you only use homeopathy as first aid before seeking out your physician, these are time proven procedures used by homeopathic practitioners.

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Essays or Counsels, Civil and Moral
Catalog #: SKU3804

WHAT is truth? said jesting Pilate, and would not stay for an answer. Certainly there be, that delight in giddiness, and count it a bondage to fix a belief; affecting free-will in thinking, as well as in acting. and though the sects of philosophers of that kind be gone, yet there remain certain discoursing wits, which are of the same veins, though there be not so much blood in them, as was in those of the ancients.

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Fantazius Mallare : A Mysterious Oath
Catalog #: SKU2091

Originally this was published as a Limited Edition for private circulation only, consisting of two thousand and twenty-five numbered copies. Only two thousand copies were actually for sale.

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Food Poisoning
Catalog #: SKU3182

How frequently food poisoning occurs is not definitely known. Everybody is aware that certain articles of food are now and again held responsible for more or less severe "attacks of indigestion" or other physiological disturbances that have followed their consumption, but in many cases the evidence for assuming a causal connection is of the slightest. That convenient refuge from etiological uncertainty, "ptomain poisoning," is a diagnosis that unquestionably has been made to cover a great variety of diverse conditions, from appendicitis and the pain caused by gallstones to the simple abdominal distention resulting from reckless gorging. Large print 15 point font.

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Food Remedies
Catalog #: SKU3235

There is a sentence in the Talmud to the effect that the Kingdom of God is nigh when the teacher gives the name of the author of the information that he is passing on. With every desire to fulfil the rabbinical precept and acknowledge the sources of this booklet, I find myself in a quandary. If I make my acknowledgments duly I must begin with my grandmother and Culpeper's Herbal. -- Large Print 17 point font.

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Free Press, The
Catalog #: SKU1386

The power of the Press is not a direct and open power. It depends upon a trick of deception; and no trick of deception works if the trickster passes a certain degree of cynicism.

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Ghosts and Other Lectures
Catalog #: SKU3806

These lectures have been so maimed and mutilated by orthodox malice; have been made to appear so halt, crutched and decrepit by those who mistake the pleasures of calumny for the duties of religion, that in simple justice to myself I concluded to publish them.

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God and the World - A Survey of Thought
Catalog #: SKU3638

A man, so it has been said, is distinguished from the creatures beneath him by his power to ask a question. To which we may add that one man is distinguished from another by the kind of question that he asks. A man is to be measured by the size of his question. Small men ask small questions: of here and now; of to-day and to-morrow and the next day; of how they may quickest fill their pockets, or gain another step upon the social ladder. Great men are concerned with great questions: of life, of man, of history, of God.

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