Spiral Into Life

This is an enthralling and intriguing conversation with the visionary philosopher Jean Houston, who serves as director of the Foundation for Mind Research in Pomona, New York. She...

Mescaline A Global History of the First Psychedelic

A definitive history of mescaline that explores its mind-altering effects across cultures, from ancient America to Western modernityMescaline became a popular sensation in the...

We Are Not Who We “Think” We Are

Gustin explores how we create our personal myths. This begins when, as toddlers, we start to use language. Our thoughts do a great job of defining us as a discrete individual with...

Dialogue With Sir Laurens Van der Post: A Mythic Journey, Part 1

The experiences of Sir Laurens Van der Post, including time in a Japanese prisoner of war camp and a sojourn in the Kalahari desert after World War II, give him a broad...

Dialogue With Sir Laurens Van der Post: A Mythic Journey, Part 2

Sir Laurens Van der Post had a long friendship with Carl Jung. He talks here about the significance of Jung’s work and the compelling story of events surrounding Jung’s...

Black Wall Street: The History of the Greenwood District Before the Tulsa Race Riot

Overall, Tulsa in 1921 was considered a modern, vibrant city. What had fueled this remarkable growth was oil, specifically the discovery of the Glenn Pool oil field in 1905....

Operation Pastorius: The History of the Nazi Intelligence Operation to Commit Sabotage in the United States during World War II

Four days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hitler declared war on America, almost casually and without seeming to consider the consequences. There was no diplomatic necessity...

The 5 Human Types, Volume 5 (The Thinker) The Hungry Philosopher

I never saw a book without wanting to read it,' said a Cerebral friend to us the other day. This expresses the interest every person of this type has in the printed page. 'I never...

From Midnight to Dawn The Last Tracks of the Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad was the passage to freedom for many slaves, but it was rife with dangers. While there were dedicated conductors and safe houses, there were also arduous...

Young and Damned and Fair: The Life and Tragedy of Catherine Howard at the Court of Henry VIII

Based on fascinating new material, a riveting account of Catherine Howard’s tragic marriage to one of history’s most powerful and endlessly fascinating rulers – Henry VIII.

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