Shambhala Review

Mysteries of the Bridechamber


Recommended Reading

Sales and Distribution


A Yoga of Love:
Western Tantra

An Arctic Origin Of Civilization Part 1

An Arctic Origin of Civilization Part 2

Spiritual Psychology: An Evolving Paradigm

Shambhala: The Spiritual Axis of the World

Enneagram, Jesus and the Way
by J.C. Fontes

The Javanese Mystical Tradition

"Keys To The Parables"
By John R. Francis

G.I. Gurdjieff -The Hidden History of the Sufi

Prophet of Hope

The Roerich Expeditions: Magical Gifts

Sufis and The Nine Unknowns

Prophecy in the Third Millenium

Lessons of Old Age

Is Democracy Under Threat?

                      Site Links

Insight Forum

Search This Site

Site Map





Recommended Reading

The Zelator: The Secret Journals of Mark Hedsel, David Ovason, Arrow Books.

An informed overview of some of the doctrinal secretss of the Zelator, the first  Grade in the Rosicrucian initiatic system.

The Rosicrucians, Christopher MacIntosh, Samuel Weiser.

MacIntosh discusses all the various Rosicrucian Orders that have arisen since the Seventeenth century, with many fascinating illustrations.

Jung and the Lost Gospels, Stephan A. Hoeller, Quest.

Modern depth psychology throws light on the similarities between the Essenesí secret tradition and early Gnostic mysticism.

A Practical Guide to Qabalistic Symbolism, Gareth Knight, Samuel Weiser.

Two volumes in one. The first volume discusses the spheres of the Qabalistic Tree Of Life.
The second is a comprehensive survey of the Paths on the Tree of Life and the Tarot.

The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, Drunvalo Melchizedek, Clear Light Trust.

The authorís famous Flower of Life workshop is explored in two volumes. The Second volume treats in greater depth the primary geometric Flower of Life Pattern, which is said to be the generator of all physical form.

The Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor, Godwin, Chanel and Deveney, Samuel Weiser.

The book brings together the initiatic and historical documents of an Order of Practical Occultism, with light thrown on early Theosophy etc.

Nicholas and Helena Roerich, Ruth A. Drayer, Quest.

A biographical review of the Roerichsí search for Shambhala in Central Asia, with fascinating researches into their vision of universal brotherhood.

The Morning of the Magicians, Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier, Souvenir Press.

One of the first New Age books, it has been called a classic of radical literature, a . first excursion into the as-yet scarcely explored realms of consciousness.

The Jesus Papers, Michael Baigent, Element Books.

A book that covers controversial theories about the origin of Christianity, the truth Of Jesusí life and death, and the identity of those working to hide the truth.

The Biology of Transcendence, Joseph Chiltern Pearce, Park St. Press.

The author examines the current neurocardiographical research which shows that the neural centres in both brain and heart together programme us to achieve transcendance.

 The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge, Jeremy Narby, Phoenix.

An anthropological study of shamanism while living among Peruvian Indians. The author concludes on the evidence that shamans have known for millennia about the double helix of the DNA and its powers.

No Boundary: Eastern and Western Approaches to Personal Growth, Ken Wilber, Shambhala.

A brilliant post-modern exposition on the nature of consciousness.

Galactic Alignment, John Major Jenkins, Bear & Co.,

An overview of the astronomical events that are bringing the solstice Sun into alignment with the centre of the Milky Way, and how this is affecting the present transformation of human consciousness.

The Beginnings of Christianity, Andrew Welburn, Floris Books.

Written from the perspective of Rudolph Steinerís teachings, this is an immensely comprehensive, erudite and yet free-thinking account of the subject.