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Reanimation Library Mesoamerican Long Countdown to the End Calendar By Reanimation Library
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In anticipation of the end of the world, the Reanimation Library brings forward this new 41-month calendar. Entitled the Reanimation Library Mesoamerican Long Countdown to the End Calendar, this is... More > potentially the last calendar that you will ever need. It runs from August 2009 until December 2012 and features the Italian holidays and 41 fantastic images culled from the Library’s image archive.< Less
2014 Aztec Calendar By Casa Del Curandero
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This 2014 Aztec Sacred Calendar is both a full color sacred Aztec calendar and a full standardised calendar for daily scheduling. This calendar includes Mexican and American Holidays plus a moon... More > calendar.< Less
Mermaid Reflections: A Small Collection of Poems By Beth Camp
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This collection of 27 poems reflects on the power of nature, the continuing influence of history, and an eclectic mix of topics -- from Jack Kerouac, to the true nature of mermaids, to the tragic... More > story of La Malinche and Cortez. These poems capture impressions and observations on spirituality, love and death, in ways personal and universal. Illustrated by author.< Less
Mermaid Reflections: A Small Collection of Poems By Beth Camp
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This collection of 27 poems reflects on the power of nature, the continuing influence of history, and an eclectic mix of topics -- from Jack Kerouac, to the true nature of mermaids, to the tragic... More > story of La Malinche and Cortez. These poems capture impressions and observations on spirituality, love and death, in ways personal and universal. Illustrated by author.< Less
The Mystery Land By William Tucker
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Amerindian poems freely adapted from various English sources, originally composed or transmitted by North American and Mesoamerican Native Peoples.
About 2012, The End of the World By Nicolae Sfetcu
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The 2012 phenomenon comprises a range of eschatological beliefs that cataclysmic or transformative events will occur on December 21, 2012. This date is regarded as the end-date of a 5,125-year-long... More > cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. Various astronomical alignments and numerological formulae related to this date have been proposed. A New Age interpretation of this transition postulates that this date marks the start of time in which Earth and its inhabitants may undergo a positive physical or spiritual transformation, and that 2012 may mark the beginning of a new era. Others suggest that the 2012 date marks the end of the world or a similar catastrophe. Scenarios suggested for the end of the world include the arrival of the next solar maximum, or Earth's collision with a black hole or a passing asteroid or planet called "Nibiru".< Less
Tribute of Death By Simon Levack
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Mexico, 1518: Aztec slave Yaotl learns of a tragedy. A friend's wife has died in childbirth. According to Aztec belief, her remains must be protected from warriors and sorcerers who would use them as... More > a talisman, before her soul is transformed into a demon. But the body goes missing and Yaotl gets the blame. Only by finding out for himself what has happened can he avert the bereaved husband's wrath. He soon finds there is more to the affair than meets the eye. An associate of the dead woman's may not be all that he seems, and her family seems strangely reluctant to help Yaotl investigate him. Then a series of violent deaths leaves the wily slave wondering whether he is hunting a thief – or a killer is hunting him.< Less
Tribute of Death By Simon Levack
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Mexico, 1518: Aztec slave Yaotl learns of a tragedy. A friend's wife has died in childbirth. According to Aztec belief, her remains must be protected from warriors and sorcerers who would use them as... More > a talisman, before her soul is transformed into a demon. But the body goes missing and Yaotl gets the blame. Only by finding out for himself what has happened can he avert the bereaved husband's wrath. He soon finds there is more to the affair than meets the eye. An associate of the dead woman's may not be all that he seems, and her family seems strangely reluctant to help Yaotl investigate him. Then a series of violent deaths leaves the wily slave wondering whether he is hunting a thief – or a killer is hunting him.< Less
Undersea Odyssey By William Leonard Wood
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In 2001, when a young kid ran a red light and crashed into me doing 30 kph, my new hybrid car was hurled into a concrete lamppost, spun 180 degrees, and flipped on the driver’s side. I was... More > hanging unconscious and lifeless from my seat belt and awoke with a policeman telling the paramedics “I can’t tell if he’s alive!” I later visited a friend who reminded me that I was just given a new life only this time with 50 years of experience. Following the accident, I made a commitment to live my life in a happy, loving, and caring way, with fun, adventure, and humor. To do that I had to recover and then rediscover a balance between body, mind, and spirit. So in November 2007, I volunteered for a 5 week scientific dive expedition with Global Vision International to assess the health of a coral reef recently hit by a Force 5 hurricane. This full color journal will take you with me day by day as I continued to refine that balance in the small, Yucatán Peninsula fishing village of Mahahual.< Less
Undersea Odyssey By William Leonard Wood
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In 2001, when a young kid ran a red light and crashed into me doing 30 kph, my new hybrid car was hurled into a concrete lamppost, spun 180 degrees, and flipped on the driver’s side. I was... More > hanging unconscious and lifeless from my seat belt and awoke with a policeman telling the paramedics “I can’t tell if he’s alive!” I later visited a friend who reminded me that I was just given a new life only this time with 50 years of experience. Following the accident, I made a commitment to live my life in a happy, loving, and caring way, with fun, adventure, and humor. To do that I had to recover and then rediscover a balance between body, mind, and spirit. So in November 2007, I volunteered for a 5 week scientific dive expedition with Global Vision International to assess the health of a coral reef recently hit by a Force 5 hurricane. This full color journal will take you with me day by day as I continued to refine that balance in the small, Yucatán Peninsula fishing village of Mahahual.< Less