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1.) Morison, Elting E. – From Know How to Nowhere: The Development of American Technology, New American Library (A Mentor Book), 1974.

2.) Kuberski, Philip – Pound’s Sacred Technology in (The Journal) Paideuma, Volume 18, Number 3, Winter 1989, pp. 105-119.

3.) Woodward, Kathleen (Ed.) – The Myths of Information: Technology and Postindustrial Culture, Madison: Coda Press, 1980.

4.) Schoenrich, Otto – The Legacy of Christopher Columbus (2 Vols.), The Authur H. Clark Company, 1949.

5.) Scott-Smith, Giles and Hans Krabbendam (Eds.) – The Cultural Cold War in Western Europe 1945-1960, Frank Cass Publishers, 2003.

6.) Ferguson, William Scott – Athenian Tribal Cycles in the Hellenistic Age, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1932.

7.) Piper, Raymond Frank – The Hungry Eye: An Introduction to Cosmic Art, Los Angeles: DeVorss & Co., 1956.

8.) Schure, Edouard – The Great Initiates: Sketch of The Secret History of Religions (2 Vols.), London: William Rider & Son, Limited., 3rd printing of the first ed.(1913)1922.

9.) Saltus, Edgar – The Lords of the Ghostlands: A History of the Ideal, New York: Mitchell Kennerly, 1907.

10.) Kravitz, Bennett – The Truth is Out There: Conspiracy as a Mindset in American High and Popular Culture, in Journal of American Culture - 22 - (Winter 1999): 23–29

11.) Whately, Richard – Bacon’s Essays with Annotations, New York: C. S. Francis & Co., 1857.

12.) Whately, Richard (Ralph S. Pomeroy, Ed.) – Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Bonaparte - For those interested in Walter Bosley’s The Esoteric Napoleon this is a wonderful companion volume. - Berkeley and London: Scolar Press, 1985.

13.) Brignall III, Tom - The New Panopticon: The Internet Viewed as a Structure of Social Control, in Theory & Science: 3, 1., 2002.

14.) Bauman, Zygmunt – Liquid Life, Malden: Polity Press, 2005.

15.) Berger, John – The Moment of Cubism and other Essays, New York: Pantheon Books, 1969.


(Winston1984) Yep…never pass up an opportunity to indulge in one’s Bibliophilic obsessions.

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