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Topic: Link to useful public domain books for bizarrists
Message: Posted by: mota (Dec 1, 2006 01:49AM)
http://www.wyldwytch.com/weavings/reading_room/index.htm
Message: Posted by: The Curator (Dec 1, 2006 02:39AM)
Good source.
Another one about rare texts on vampirism: http://users.net1plus.com/vyrdolak/histoire.htm
Message: Posted by: SeaDawg (Dec 1, 2006 04:56AM)
Very intersting links for bizarrists.

an undergraduate reading list in the occult....
Message: Posted by: sibbie (Dec 1, 2006 05:33AM)
Project Gutenberg - http://www.gutenberg.org

It contains a great deal of the books in the public domain. I am sure you can find something there to read!
Message: Posted by: Thamiel (Dec 1, 2006 04:42PM)
One more to throw into the mix:

http://www.sacred-texts.com

Contains copies of almost all existant spiritual texts from most traditions.

Thamiel
Message: Posted by: Gotama (Dec 1, 2006 06:03PM)
Although the sacred-texts site is free, I would recommend that you purchase their DVD. The DVD contains everything from the site and some additional materials. You do need to approach some of the materials with a critical eye as many items are old translations that reflect the bias or the state-of-knowledge at the time of the translation (usually late 19th century). The Egyptian materials include several translations by Budge (whose translations were sometimes fanciful or made up). While this is a problem, the cost of the DVD and the extent of the materials more than makes up for these slight problems.

Gotama
Message: Posted by: Magiguy (Dec 1, 2006 07:56PM)
Great resources. Thanks for sharing!