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Graham, Jon E.

Works: 39 works in 62 publications in 1 language and 3,675 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Popular works  Biographies  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Miscellanea  Folklore 
Roles: Translator, Author, tra
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Publications about Jon E Graham
Publications by Jon E Graham
Most widely held works by Jon E Graham
Books on fire : the destruction of libraries throughout history by Lucien X Polastron( Book )
3 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 1,133 libraries worldwide
"A historical survey of the destruction of knowledge from ancient Babylon and China to modern times"--Provided by publisher
Arthur Rimbaud : presence of an enigma by Jean-Luc Steinmetz( Book )
2 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 459 libraries worldwide
The life of Arthur Rimbaud, a man who gave up writing at the age of 25, remains as legendary as his poetic work. The author delivers here the first biography which, rather than dividing Rimbaud's life in two halves-as have all of his other biographers-brings out the spiritual and logical continuity underlying his 36-year-long "pursuit of desire." He makes sense of a hurried, tempestuous life and offers what should be the standard life of Rimbaud for many years to come
The encyclopedia of healing points : the home guide to acupoint treatment by Roger Dalet( Book )
2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 320 libraries worldwide
A complete home health guide for treating more than 150 common illnesses with the stimulation of acupoints
The pagan mysteries of halloween : celebrating the dark half of the year by Jean Markale( Book )
3 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 281 libraries worldwide
Examines the Celtic roots of the holiday Halloween and explains how they influence modern celebrations, discussing the festival of Samhain, All Saints' Day, and ancient pagan and Christian beliefs about the fate of souls
The secret history of vampires : their multiple forms and hidden purposes by Claude Lecouteux( Book )
4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 257 libraries worldwide
The countless movies and books inspired by vampires who have a predilection for human blood are based on incidents recorded as fact in newspapers and judicial archives in the centuries preceding the works of Bram Stoker and other writers. Digging through these forgotten records, Claude Lecouteux unearths a very different figure of the vampire
The secret message of Jules Verne : decoding his Masonic, Rosicrucian, and occult writings by Michel Lamy( Book )
2 editions published in 2007 in Undetermined and English and held by 111 libraries worldwide
"An exploration of how Jules Verne used his writings to encrypt important Masonic and Rosicrucian secrets and sacred symbolism. Investigates Verne’s connections to the prominent secret societies of his time: Freemasons, Golden Dawn, Angelic Society, and Rosicrucians. Reveals how certain of Verne’s works hold the key to deciphering the Rennes-le-Château mystery. Explores Verne’s relations with other authors whose works reveal similar esoteric influence: George Sand, Gaston Leroux, Bram Stoker, and Maurice Leblanc Prolific author and pioneer of the science fiction novel, Jules Verne also possessed a hidden side that was encrypted into all his works--his active participation in the occult milieu of late-nineteenth-century France. Among the many esoteric secrets to be found are significant clues to the Rennes-le-Château mystery, including the location of a great treasure in the former Cathar region of France and the survival of the heirs to the Merovingian dynasty. Verne’s books also reveal Rosicrucian secrets of immortality, and some are constructed, like Mozart’s The Magic Flute, in accordance with Masonic initiation. The passe-partout to Verne’s work (the skeleton key that is also the name of Phileas Fogg’s servant in Around the World in Eighty Days) lies in the initiatory language he employed to inscribe a second or even third layer of meaning beneath the main narrative, which is revealed in his skilled use of word play, homonyms, anagrams, and numerical combinations. The surface story itself is often a guide that tells the reader outright what he or she should be looking for. Far from innocuous stories for children, Verne’s work reveals itself to be rich with teachings on symbolism, esoteric traditions, sacred geography, and the secret history of humanity"--Publisher's description
Black freemasonry : from Prince Hall to the giants of jazz by Marie-Cécile Révauger( Book )
2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 109 libraries worldwide
"Looking at the deep connections between jazz and Freemasonry, the author reveals how many of the most influential jazz musicians of the 20th century were also Masons, including Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Nat King Cole, Eubie Blake, Cab Calloway, and Paul Robeson. Unveiling the deeply social role at the heart of black Freemasonry, Révauger shows how the black lodges were instrumental in helping American blacks transcend the horrors of slavery and prejudice, achieve higher social status, and create their own solid spiritually based social structure, which in some cities arose prior to the establishment of black churches."--Page [3] of book jacket
Total reflexology of the hand : an advanced guide to the integration of craniosacral therapy and reflexology by Martine Faure-Alderson( Book )
2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 100 libraries worldwide
"How to apply the precise treatment techniques of Total Reflexology, which combines craniosacral therapy and foot reflexology, to the hands"--
Freedom from constipation : natural remedies for digestive health by Christopher Vasey( Book )
2 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 96 libraries worldwide
"A practical guide to discovering the cause of your constipation and finding the right natural remedy for your unique case"--
The esoteric secrets of surrealism : origins, magic, and secret societies by Patrick Lepetit( Book )
2 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 95 libraries worldwide
"A profound understanding of the surrealists' connections with alchemists and secret societies and the hermetic aspirations revealed in their works"--
The reality overload : the modern world's assault on the imaginal realm by Annie Le Brun( Book )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 94 libraries worldwide
Quel rapport peut-il y avoir entre l'extinction des baleines bleues, la détérioration du langage, les marées noires, etc.? Pourquoi tous ces phénomènes ont-ils lieu en même temps et maintenant? Que dissimulent ces coïncidences? A. Le Brun s'éloigne de l'habituel point de vue critique trop rationnel, pour attirer l'attention sur une réalité qui détruit toute cohérence sensible
The automatic message ; The magnetic fields ; The immaculate conception by André Breton( Book )
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 93 libraries worldwide
Christian mythology : revelations of pagan origins by Philippe Walter( Book )
3 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 70 libraries worldwide
"Reveals how Christian mythology has more to do with long-standing pagan traditions than the Bible"--
The way of tarot : the spiritual teacher in the cards by Alejandro Jodorowsky( Book )
2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 66 libraries worldwide
Filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky's insights into the Tarot as a spiritual path Works with the original Marseille Tarot to reveal the roots of Western wisdom Provides the key to the symbolic language of the Tarot's "nomadic cathedral" Transforms a simple divination tool into a vehicle for self-realization and healing Alejandro Jodorowsky's profound study of the Tarot, which began in the early 1950s, reveals it to be far more than a simple divination device. The Tarot is first and foremost a powerful instrument of self-knowledge and a representation of the structure of the soul. The Way of Tarot shows that the entire deck is structured like a temple, or a mandala, which is both an image of the world and a representation of the divine. The authors use the sacred art of the original Marseille Tarot--created during a time of religious tolerance in the 11th century--to reconnect with the roots of the Tarot's Western esoteric wisdom. They explain that the Tarot is a "nomadic cathedral" whose parts--the 78 cards or "arcana"--should always be viewed with an awareness of the whole structure. This understanding is essential to fully grasp the Tarot's hermetic symbolism. The authors explore the secret associations behind the hierarchy of the cards and the correspondences between the suits and energies within human beings. Each description of the Major Arcana includes key word summaries, symbolic meanings, traditional interpretations, and a section where the card speaks for itself. Jodorowsky and Costa then take the art of reading the Tarot to a depth never before possible. Using their work with Tarology, a new psychological approach that uses the symbolism and optical language of the Tarot to create a mirror image of the personality, they offer a powerful tool for self-realization, creativity, and healing
The book of ho'oponopono : the Hawaiian practice of forgiveness and healing by Luc Bodin( Book )
1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 60 libraries worldwide
The authors detail how to apply Ho'oponopono to deal with traumatic past events, destructive thought patterns, family dynamics, daily annoyances, or any other disagreeable event in your life. Based on an ancestral Hawaiian shamanic ritual, the healing practice of Ho'oponopono teaches you to cleanse your consciousness of negative memories, unconscious fears, and dysfunctional programming and grant yourself forgiveness, peace, and love
Nutripuncture : stimulating the energy pathways of the body without needles by Patrick Véret( Book )
2 editions published between 2012 and 2014 in English and held by 46 libraries worldwide
"A revolutionary nutrient therapy that stimulates the energetic pathways of the body to improve physical and psychological health--without needles"--
Démons et génies du terroir au Moyen âge by Claude Lecouteux( Book )
2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 41 libraries worldwide
An exploration of the wild spirits that once roamed the lands and inhabited the waters and the pagan rites used to gain their good will Explores medieval stories and folk traditions of brownies, fairies, giants, dragons, will-o'-the-wisps, and demons Explains the specific rites performed to negotiate with the local spirits and ensure their permission before building on new land Shows how these beliefs carried through to modern times, especially in architecture Our pagan ancestors knew that every forest has brownies and fairies, every spring its lady, and every river malevolent beings in its depths. They told tales of giants in the hills, dragons in the lakes, marshes swarming with will-o'-the-wisps, and demons and wild folk in the mountains who enjoyed causing landslides, avalanches, and floods. They both feared and respected these entities, knowing the importance of appeasing them for safe travel and a prosperous homestead. Exploring medieval stories, folk traditions, spiritual place names, and pagan rituals of home building and site selection, Claude Lecouteux reveals the multitude of spirits and entities that once inhabited the land before modern civilization repressed them into desert solitude, impenetrable forests, and inaccessible mountains. He explains how, to our ancestors, enclosing a space was a sacred act. Specific rites had to be performed to negotiate with the local spirits and ensure proper placement and protection of a new building. These land spirits often became the household spirit, taking up residence in a new building in exchange for permission to build on their territory. Lecouteux explores Arthurian legends, folk tales, and mythology for evidence of the untamed spirits of the wilderness, such as giants, dragons, and demons, and examines the rites and ceremonies used to gain their good will. Lecouteux reveals how, despite outright Church suppression, belief in these spirits carried through to modern times and was a primary influence on architecture, an influence still visible in today's buildings. The author also shows how our ancestors' concern for respecting nature is increasingly relevant in today's world
Gemmotherapy : the science of healing with plant stem cells by Roger Halfon( Book )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 36 libraries worldwide
"Harnessing the vital energy of plant buds for detoxification and rejuvenation"--Provided by publisher
Petite anatomie de l'inconscient physique : ou l'anatomie de l'image by Hans Bellmer( Book )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 24 libraries worldwide
The tradition of household spirits : ancestral lore and practices by Claude Lecouteux( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 12 libraries worldwide
Why do we hang horseshoes for good luck or place wreaths on our doors? Why does the groom carry his new bride over the threshold? These customs represent the last vestiges from a long, rich history of honoring the spirits of our homes. They show that a house is more than a building: it is a living being with a body and soul. Examining the extensive traditions surrounding houses from medieval times to the present, Claude Lecouteux reveals that, before we entered the current era of frequent moves and modular housing, moving largely from the countryside into cities, humanity had an extremely sacred relationship with their homes and all the spirits who lived there alongside them--from the spirit of the house itself to the mischievous elves, fairies, and imps who visited, invited or not. He shows how every aspect of constructing and keeping a house involved rites, ceremony, customs, and taboos to appease the spirits, including the choice of a building lot and the very materials with which it was built. Uncovering the lost meaning behind door and window placement, the hearth, and the threshold, Lecouteux shares many tales of house spirits, from the offerings used to cajole the local land spirit into becoming the domestic house spirit to the good and bad luck bestowed upon those who seek the help of the "Little Money Man." He draws on studies and classic literature from old Europe--from Celtic lands and Scandinavia to France and Germany to the far eastern borders of Europe and into Russia--to explain the pagan roots behind many of these traditions. Revealing our ancestors' charms, prayers, and practices to bestow happiness and prosperity upon their homes, Lecouteux shows that we can invite the spirits back into our houses, old or new, and restore the sacred bond between home and inhabitant
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