Occult & Paranormal

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Review: I usually don' t read romance novels, but when I do I expect a good story to go with it. This book did not give me that. It is maybe 100pages long and took me about 30 min to read. The content was lacking and I was disappointed since this could have been a good book. Read more

Behold a Pale Horse
Behold a Pale Horse

Review: My son wanted this book, he is a conspiracy nut. My husband read the book first, then we gave it to my son! My husband said it was a very good read, a little far out there, but a good read. Fast shipping. Thanks. Read more

A Separate Reality
A Separate Reality

Review: I await the next audiotapes by Peter Coyote on the Castaneda writings. I found his style of speaking perfect for how I image the conversations of Don Juan and Carlos. I rated the tape a number 8 because of the abrupt ending of the tape. I had to replay it twice to be sure that the tape wasn't damage. Also, It would be nice if the whole book was narrated, instead of the abridged portion of it. Read more

True Hauntings from an Old New England Cemetery (Ed & Lorraine Warren)
True Hauntings from an Old New England Cemetery (Ed & Lorraine Warren)

Review: I only gave this book two stars because I could not get through it. It is a lame book compared to The Demonologist. I like the Warrens, but not this book. If you are looking for stories about ghosts that live near the graveyard then you will like this book. Read more

Sequel to the International Bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods
Sequel to the International Bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods

Review: Very thought provoking. Enjoyed the homogenization of several areas of science and history and mythology into a cohesive story. Great follow up upon Fingerprints and other books in his series devoted to this topic. Read more

The Unhappy Medium: A Supernatural Comedy. Book 1
The Unhappy Medium: A Supernatural Comedy. Book 1

Review: Wow, this is best thing I've read in many years. An artful blend of comedy and thrills featuring a bloodthirsty revenant from the Spanish inquisition. The author has a knack for clever dialog and amusing phrases. The characters are interesting, and quite believable - if you make allowances for the wildly imaginative circumstances, and don't include the villains who are at once clownish and horrifying. Do yourself a favor, and ignore the naysayers who would doubtless emerge unscathed from a s... Read more

More Techniques of Natural Magic (Llewellyn's Practical Magick)
More Techniques of Natural Magic (Llewellyn's Practical Magick)

Review: I haven't had a chance to try any of the spells yet, but, as usual with Scott Cunningham's work, this is a pretty good book. As one who resides in the upper mid-west, the snow spells will definitely be nice. :) Read more

Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft (Llewellyn's Practical Magick)
Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft (Llewellyn's Practical Magick)

Review: I have had this book for several years. I have never read all the way through it. However, I do have a tendency to get sidetracked. I feel as if a lot of the information is good basic information, however he does heavily quote his beliefs going so far as to make a basic circle casting about his path. He teaches very little on writing your own rituals. I also feel less confident in it if for nothing else but because he quotes his other books every page or so. He also mostly recommends reading onl... Read more

A Pittsburgh Family’s Battle with Evil in Their Home
A Pittsburgh Family’s Battle with Evil in Their Home

Review: Probably the best book I have ever read on the paranormal. Bob Cranmer does an outstanding job telling the story of how he and his family overcame a demon that had been terrifying his family for years. Bob decides to fight back after his family starts waking up with claw marks on their skin and also seeing a grim reaper looking entity in the house. With help from numerous priests and mostly his strong faith in God and Jesus, Bob fights back at the Demon and never gives in. His persistence and co... Read more

In a Dark Place (Ed & Lorraine Warren)
In a Dark Place (Ed & Lorraine Warren)

Review: This book is "Outstanding" and don't read it at night while you are home alone...it stays with you long after the book is ended....You'll never be able to walk in any part of your house or be on a computer late at night without looking over your shoulder or feel that you are being watched....I know this book is hard to come-by but I will never sell mine...I wanted it for my home library collection...but if you can get your hands on a copy...it is a great read. Read more

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