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Book Review: Feng Shui: Secrets Of Chinese Geomancy

Feng Shui: Secrets Of Chinese Geomany, by Richard Creightmore This is the sort of book whose appearance signifies that certain aspects of Chinese culture have achieved a high enough degree of prestige in the culture of the West to be … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Principles Of Astrological Geomany

The Principles Of Astrological Geomancy, The Art Of Divining By Punctuation, by Franz Hartman I have to admit that I found this book to be highly disappointing on multiple grounds. For one, the book itself demonstrated far more interest in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Living Earth Manual Of Feng Shui

The Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui, by Stephen Skinner It is intriguing and somewhat telling that this book has so much bad to say about Hong Kong. After all, the siting for Hong Kong was done largely thanks to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sacred Geography

Sacred Geography: Deciphering Hidden Codes In The Landscape, by Paul Devereux If you want a good book on geomancy that features a lot of pictures and maps and that can demonstrate the persistence of pagan thought and religious worldview on … Continue reading

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Exodus 23:13: Nor Let It Be Heard From Your Mouth

In late 1995, my family and I visited a lock-in in Dothan, Alabama. Before managing to stay up almost the entire night playing sports and generally being slap-happy (as I tend to be when I stay up all night long, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Discovery Of Middle Earth

The Discovery Of Middle Earth: Mapping The Lost World Of The Celts, by Graham Robb Contrary to popular belief, this is not a book about J.R.R. Tolkien’s fiction, which is what I first thought as I picked up the book … Continue reading

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