Folklore, Cryptozoology, and Mythology Books for Sale

The following is a continuously edited list of books about folklore, cryptids, and mythology which I have edited and released. All links are to Amazon, where I have self published my works.

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A fine work by Baring-Gould on lycanthropes, cannibalism, and berserkers. 

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Shepard’s great work on the history, symbolism, and legend of the unicorn.

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An interesting folkloric look at the use of horse shoes, salt, and animals in superstition.

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An extremely good look at Chinese, Hindu, and European dragon lore.

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A good compilation of history and folklore related to Halloween and its prior counterparts.

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A good look at the witch trials, cryptids, and ritual magick by Rydberg.


General Update Time! New Works in Progress, etc

It hasn’t quite been two weeks but I figure shaving a couple days off won’t hurt anyone.

The first news to report is a new work that will be ready tomorrow; the infamous “Stanzas of Dzyan” by Blavatsky, a short treatise she claimed was translated from Tibetan occult works which loosely relates to Buddhism. I decided to edit and release this manuscript not because of any support of Blavatsky (she was a fraud!) but because of the importance of some of her works in shaping pre-modern Victorian occultism. This facet of the spiritual history of that era can’t be denied; indeed her works were powerful enough to begin influencing human reality even long after her death.

The second news is that I’m editing the strange, Atlantean-style “City of the Sun” by Tomasso; added to this will be another work by Baring-Gould on ghost lore, a new Leland work on Etruscan culture, and the last three Phallic works. I’ve obtained a few new alchemical manuscripts also, and a slew of new material on demonology which always seems to be popular, demonology being of course the one field that virtually all cultures agree is interesting within spiritual paths.

I am also going to begin writing part II of “Sickness in Hell” next week; I will give an estimate of its length and when it will be ready at some later date. I have to return to working on “Macabre Tales” as well.

A Slew of New Work

Coming soon: Johannes Trithemius’ “The Art of Drawing Spirits Into Crystals”- a sort of short-ish grimoire and similar in infamy and length to De Septum Secundeis- these two works form the twin counterparts to the Steganographia and never obtained the level of fame of this much longer, Latinized work. I have already fully edited this manuscript and it will be released in two days.

In addition to this July release, I am looking forward to another double release; the Universal Fortune Teller, an 1860 work similar to the Oraculum, and a work on mesmerism and hypnotism of note from the 1930s which I scanned from my very own collection.

In addition to these two notable works of paranormal Americana, I want to begin the Nigromancia as soon as possible due to its fame, alongside beginning Sickness in Hell; it needs to take rough form before October, which is for obvious reasons the best month for editing works of darkness.