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OT: What Are You Reading?



  • @bob I think any Tarot reader worth their salt has spent a year studying The book of Thoth. Crowley's system opens up a whole other world. I think most Tarot readers are intimidated by the amount of study it takes to even grasp a basic understanding of the complexities of the Thoth but if they do it can change one's life. Once I learned the Open Key using the Celtic Cross was simply child's play.

    I would suggest to anyone with a remote interest in Crowley to read the Book of Thoth in conjunction with The Book Of Lies and the Book Of The Law. This would give a person a clear understanding of who Crowley was.

    Cheers Bob
  • jpsksjpsks Member
    edited September 2012 PM
    50 shades of grey ........ joking
  • In The Spirit Of Happiness
    by: The Monks of New Skete
  • XanderXander Member
    edited September 2012 PM
    A Right to be Hostile: The Boondocks Treasury by Aaron McGruder

    I've fallen in love with this show on CN's Adult Swim. Its the funniest show they've got. Now I'm collecting all the old comic strip albums.
    Hilarious, and witty!
  • GOT2
  • my man kurt vonnegut some short stories in a collection called welcome to the monkey house.
  • Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.
    William Gibson Neuromancer and Ulysses by James Joyce (what an amazing read.)
  • Mark Billingham..GREAT !!!

  • Daggerspell - Kathryn Kerr
    God put me on this earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am so far behind that I will never die.
    Bill Watterson
  • S.M. Stirling's Emberverse series, started with Dies the Fire, currently reading The Sunrise Lands. Good stuff if you like the post-apocalypse premise.
  • "The Immortal Game" (chess history, entertainingly written), "Cooking Provence" (love to eat), and St Auggie's "City of God."
  • don't know if I already said but Ulysses and Neuromancer switching between them. And it's doing strange things to me brain
  • Just finished 'Mr Standfast' by John Buchan. Ripping stuff and made me desperate to get out tramping over grousemoors which I finally got round to doing yesterday. Fortunately no fiendish agents of a foreign power were pursuing me though. Got loads lined up on my Kindle to read - now that autumn is here and the shadows are lengthening, I think I'll go for 'The Castle of Otranto'.
  • The Definitive Biography of P.D.Q. Bach
    by: Prof. Peter Schickele

    "As with all of Peter Schickele's musical musings, this is suberb humor reflecting a boundless knowledge of the world of music." --Victor Borge
  • howdydavehowdydave Member
    edited October 2012 PM
    For those too young to know about P.D.Q. Bach...
    P.D.Q. Bach was a phenominon that originated in the mid 70's.

    Think of it as classical music's equivalant of MAD Magazine!

    For those a little older...
    Think of it as classical music's equivalant of Spike Jones!
  • Heart of Dankness- underground botanists, outlaw farmers, and the race to the cannabis cup-Mark Haskell Smith (very entertaining author)
  • The Scroll of Nesphertau
  • Just finished Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut; constantly working through the second volume of The World as Will and Representation.
  • Stephen King- Full Dark, No Stars
  • Love Vonnegut.
  • my plan is tostart up some bradbury soon. Been too long
  • The Haunted Vagina- CARLTON MELLICK III. This is a genre that I really enjoy called "Bizzarro fiction". This book is only 100 pages and messed with my head on so many levels. If you decide to get into this genre you will have to get past the titles. Mellick is the Buddha of bizzarro.
  • Jesus in the Lotus : the mystical doorway between Christianity & Yogic spirituality. Paul Russill.
    God put me on this earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am so far behind that I will never die.
    Bill Watterson
  • Book 3 GofT. Shugun - for about the tenth time, Women in White by Wilkie Collins and The court of the red Tsar, Simon Sebourg Montefiore. I usually have three on the go because I have the attention span of a monkey.
  • American gods by Neil Gaiman
    For about the 5th time
  • American Gods (Neil Gaiman)
  • The internet where ever it weaves
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • Currently I have more books unfinished than I care to admit, but... At the top of the reading pile is Jung's Red Book (would be finished if not for the physical size of the tome, a good 1 1/2 foot tall & hard to handle), Dracula (a seasonal tradition), and a primer on biostatistics (I'm a masochists).
  • I'm about to start Steven Erikson's Gardens Of The Moon. It looks like it should keep me entertained this winter.
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