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The Anatomy of the Ego (b&w) By Daniel O'Reilly
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QUR'AN THELEMA By Althotas David Aron Le-Qaraimi
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Index :: LIBER JASMINE - INTRODUCTION TO TASAWUFF ياسمين يبر (مدخل... More > إلى التصوف :: QUR'AN THELEMA - القرآن ثيليما :: LIBER A N Q - VEL AISSAWA, NAQSHABANDI, QARAIMI - يبر غير متوفر ك فيل العملا لمنزل إيسا، النقشبندي، والهدف كار :: LIBER OF THE PURE WOOL - ظفر من الصوف الخالص< Less
Trauma By Harry Polkinhorn
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The latest piece of experimental fiction by West Coast writer Harry Polkinhorn, TRAUMA follows in the footsteps of other prose seers like Celan and Beckett, spelunking the contours of the human... More > psyche with relentless wit and verve.< Less
Latent Contents By Gary Freedman
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Latent Contents is a collection of my dreams and my associations to those dreams. It is hoped that the associations shed light on the latent content of the dreams. I do not use the term analysis. ... More > I am not qualified to psychoanalyze my dreams. But I am qualified to set forth my associations to my dreams.< Less
The World of Dreams By Havelock Ellis
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WHEN we fall asleep we enter a dim and ancient house of shadow, unillumined by any direct ray from the outer world of waking life. We are borne about through its chambers, without conscious volition... More > of our own; we fall down its mouldy and rotten staircases, we are haunted by strange sounds and odours from its mysterious recesses; we move among phantoms we cannot consciously control. As we emerge into the world of daily life again, for an instant the sunlight seems to flash into the obscure house before the door closes behind us; we catch one vivid glimpse of the chambers we have been wandering in, and a few more or less fragmentary memories come back to us of the life we have led there. But they soon fade away in the light of common day, and if a few hours later we seek to recall the strange experiences we have passed through, it usually happens that the visions of the night have already dissolved in memory into a few shreds of mist we can no longer reconstruct.< Less
Demonology and Devil-lore By Moncure Daniel Conway
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Three Friars, says a legend, hid themselves near the Witch Sabbath orgies that they might count the devils; but the Chief of these, discovering the friars, said—‘Reverend Brothers, our... More > army is such that if all the Alps, their rocks and glaciers, were equally divided among us, none would have a pound’s weight.’ This was in one Alpine valley. Any one who has caught but a glimpse of the world’s Walpurgis Night, as revealed in Mythology and Folklore, must agree that this courteous devil did not overstate the case. Any attempt to catalogue the evil spectres which have haunted mankind were like trying to count the shadows cast upon the earth by the rising sun. This conviction has grown upon the author of this work at every step in his studies of the subject.< Less
ON THE FREUDIAN LIE By Robert Chantler
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An exploration of the extent to which Freud plagiarised the ideas of two earlier philosophers in order to present a more satisfactory theory of psychoanalysis.
Dream Psychology By Sigmund Freud
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Sigmund Freud (6 May 1856 – 23 September 1939) was an Austrian neurologist who became known as the founding father of psychoanalysis. Freud qualified as a doctor of medicine at the University... More > of Vienna in 1881, and then carried out research into cerebral palsy, aphasia and microscopic neuroanatomy at the Vienna General Hospital. He was appointed a university lecturer in neuropathology in 1885 and became a professor in 1902. In creating psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychopathology through dialogue between a patient and a psychoanalyst,[ Freud developed therapeutic techniques such as the use of free association (in which patients report their thoughts without reservation and in whichever order they spontaneously occur) and discovered transference (the process in which patients displace onto their analysts feelings derived from their childhood attachments), establishing its central role in the analytic process.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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