“Magik Tales and Candle Light!” Willi Paul’s Recommended Books for a Sustainable Age, Christmas 2010

Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com

The Demise of America by Don Durrett

“Spiritual awareness won’t happen to everyone overnight. Initially, the spiritually aware old souls will lead the way and share their knowledge. Life will return to a simplistic, slower pace, and our stress levels will fall dramatic ally. We will recognize that we have something profoundly in common: that we are the privileged group who gets to experience this magnificent period in history.” (p. 157)

Supernatural by Graham Hancock

“… spirits, fairies, aliens – it really is almost as though the beings we are dealing with have been changing and developing alongside us for thousands of years, and that they therefore cannot simply be mass delusions, as scientists would like us to believe, but must have a definite, independent reality outside the human brain.” (p. 224)

Moonrise, edited by Nina Simons

“We’ve become disconnected from each other and from our places. Without these direct relationships, few of us think of the consequences our economic transactions have on other people, communities, animals and nature.” (p. 180)

The Witches’ Almanac, Stones and the Powers of Earth, Issue 30

“Since 1971, The Witches’ Almanac has been the source of fun, wisdom, trivial and magical lore for thousands of readers throughout the world. Modeled after the Old Farmer’s Almanac, it includes information related to the annual Moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes), as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, interviews, and spells. Read about Uzume, Goddess of holy hilarity; Orisha Oko, Divinity of the earth’s fruits, Celtic magic cauldrons and how Roman families bid farewell to their dead.” (web)

The Post Carbon Reader, edited by Heinberg & Lerch

“The Post Carbon Reader features articles by some of the world’s most provocative thinkers on the key drivers shaping this new century, from renewable energy and urban agriculture to social justice and systems resilience. This collection takes a hard-nosed look at the interconnected threats of our global sustainability quandary—as well as the most promising responses.” (web)

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