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The Phrenology of Barack Obama By Bensa Magos
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Bensa Magos returns to reveal the secrets behind the occulted past of President Barack Obama using the pseudo-science of phrenology. Magos uncovers natural, unnatural, and preternatural features of... More > “Manchurian Candidate” Obama’s cranium and brainpan, including the mysterious “head scar” which the mass media refuses to discuss. Causes for the head scar range from CIA brain-implants to a partial lobotomy by his puppet master handlers, as well as the most shocking revelation: that Obama once had a horn. Magos follows a trail of evidence that leads from Obama’s brain surgery and dehorning, to government Mind Control programs like MKULTRA and MONARCH with roots in the Na zi Occult, and ultimately to the satanic endgame revealed by the Demon Horn of Moloch.< Less
It Falls Together: Poetic Phrenology By Alyssa Catapano
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Taking the seats of the brain proposed during the phrenology craze of the 19th century, I have written a poem to express the meaning of each. It was fun and it was self-exploratory, for sure...
Phrenology for the Psychic Entertainer By John Riggs
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Phrenology for the Psychic Entertainer is an easily-learned way to perform Phrenology readings. It has a hidden bonus--a mnemonic for memorizing a long list of cold-reading traits.
Archeopsychology and the Modern Mind By Douglas Keith Candland
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You read an article about repressed memories of sexual abuse returning in middle-age; a television program features actors as villains of a certain build and physiognomy; you chat with a friend about... More > the damage done to their personalities by their parents, siblings, or circumstances; you explain to someone how you forgot a task assigned because of an unconscious motivation. We are all natural psychologists, explaining behavior by the beliefs of our time and culture. We are captives, in a psychological sense, by theories and ideas that we accept tacitly, without knowledge or evaluation of their origins. We do not escape their influence, for they represent our idea of common sense. We can be, however, better evaluators of ourselves and others by examining the ideas’ origins and source of their power. To find and judge their source we are powerless if we use only our own sense of reason, for reason is contaminated by ideas of the past.Our best hope is to search for their origins.< Less
A Delineation By Michael Bartolotta
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Ethan Moore is absorbed by the creation of an important visual record that provides tangible evidence of life.  His life, the way he sees it.  As an artist, Ethan’s recent exploration... More > into self-awareness has thrust him into the world of critically analyzing who he is by documenting how he sees himself.  Through this book, a visual representation will create impressions of truth and allow the reader to better understand who Ethan really is. This book was a part of a Artist Installation in April 2010.< Less
A Delineation By Michael Bartolotta
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Ethan Moore is absorbed by the creation of an important visual record that provides tangible evidence of life.  His life, the way he sees it.  As an artist, Ethan’s recent exploration... More > into self-awareness has thrust him into the world of critically analyzing who he is by documenting how he sees himself.  Through this book, a visual representation will create impressions of truth and allow the reader to better understand who Ethan really is. This book was a part of a Artist Installation in April 2010.< Less
How to Read Human Nature: Its Inner States and Outer Forms By William Walker Atkinson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Walker Atkinson (December 5, 1862 – November 22,... More > 1932) was an attorney, merchant, publisher, and author, as well as an occultist and an American pioneer of the New Thought movement. He is also thought to be the author of the pseudonymous works attributed to Theron Q. Dumont and Yogi Ramacharaka.He is the author of an estimated 100 books, all written in the last 30 years of his life. He was also mentioned in past editions of Who's Who in America, Religious Leaders of America, and several similar publications. His works have remained in print more or less continuously since 1900.William Walker Atkinson was born in Baltimore, Maryland on December 5, 1862, to William and Emma Atkinson. He began his working life as a grocer at 15 years old, probably helping his father. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Walker_Atkinson< Less
The Foundations of Personality By Abraham Myerson
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This book contains a comprehensive study on the foundations of character and the guidance of character development for success in life and profession. The author debated character judging using... More > physiognomy, phrenology and palmestry; and provided profound medical, psychological, philosophical, sociological and spiritual insights into the nature, origin, fundamentals and training of character. The author examined the roles of conscience, instinct, emotion, intelligence, and will in character formation and explained the interdependency and interaction among character, body, mind, environment, social condition, education, culture heredity, race, religion and family, etc. The book also dedicates one chapter on the qualities of leaders and followers.< Less
The Foundations of Personality By Abraham Myerson
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This book contains a comprehensive study on the foundations of character and the guidance of character development for success in life and profession. The author debated character judging using... More > physiognomy, phrenology and palmestry; and provided profound medical, psychological, philosophical, sociological and spiritual insights into the nature, origin, fundamentals and training of character. The author examined the roles of conscience, instinct, emotion, intelligence, and will in character formation and explained the interdependency and interaction among character, body, mind, environment, social condition, education, culture heredity, race, religion and family, etc. The book also dedicates one chapter on the qualities of leaders and followers.< Less
World War I: poetry, ideology, society. A degree dissertation By Sergio Zenere
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Why did eminent critics sharply reject some war poems? Why did critics and war poets mention opposition between the home and the battle front? Why was the mass of war veterans so disquieted after the... More > war to stand behind the swift of diverse Fascist movements in various European countries? How did a war that seemed just another regional war turn into a geopolitical and social catastrophe comparable to the French Revolution? Why did war poems question the received notions of the socially acceptable? This study explores change in its most abrupt form, which spared nothing raising from the ashes of the unrepentant Belle Epoque positivism. From gender relations to societal fabric and emotional, financial and bodily integrity: the foundation of European civilization was at stake.< Less

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