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Peter Kolosimo – Not Of This World

Posted by demonik on January 19, 2012

Peter Kolosimo – Not Of This World    ( Sphere, 1971, 1977: originally Sugar Editore, Milan, 1969)

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Translated by A. D. Hills

Blurb

The ‘astronauts’ of ancient Japan, Mexico and the Sahara … the mysterious Great Wall of Peru … the legends of Mu and Atlantis… the astronomical clock at Stonehenge … the extra-terrestrial giants described in the Popol Vuh, ancient bible of the Maya Indians.

NOT OF THIS WORLD is a revolutionary survey of the evidence that a highly advanced technological people from another solar system had contact with our planet in the prehistoric past. The author backs his argument with an impressive array of fact drawn from history, myth and archaeology, and a unique collection of drawings
and photographs.

‘Superbly written … a powerful introduction to an awesome subject’ – Newcastle Journal

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Les Daniels – The Black Castle

Posted by demonik on November 13, 2011

Les Daniels – The Black Castle (Sphere, 1980)

Blurb:
DAMNED FOR ETERNITY!
In the shadow of the black castle the witches have met. And by sunrise their pagan rites and identities are known to the Grand Inquisitor. Soon a beautiful woman will be consigned to the flames of Hell.
For Don Diego, and his brother, all has gone according to plan. Don Diego has proved his faith to God. Sebastian has served his own dark master. The living and the undead have joined forces to spin a web of perfect evil.
Then, as the beautiful sinner’s life hangs in the balance, Sebastian conceives an unearthly passion for her body ‑ and her soul. Brother must fight brother in a terrifying struggle for control of the demonic powers housed within THE BLACK CASTLE.

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A. E. W. Mason – The Prisoner In The Opal

Posted by demonik on July 2, 2011

A. E. W. Mason – The Prisoner In The Opal   [#10] (Sphere, 1974)

‘The Two Men were standing face to face, the priest sheltering what knowledge he had behind a stolid face, Hanaud towering over him, like an inquisitor …

“You did not find all your vestments in the sacristy this morning. For one of them is in the mortuary at Villeblanch stained with the blood of a young woman who dined at the same table with you in this house last night, and was savagely murdered afterwards.””

The Prisoner In The Opal is #10 in the Dennis Wheatley Library Of The Occult.

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Donald McCormick – The Hellfire Club

Posted by demonik on June 19, 2011

Donald McCormick – The Hellfire Club [#26]  (Sphere, 1976)

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Blurb
Many myths have grown up around the activities of the Hell-Fire Club, deep in the caves at the heart of West Wycombe Hill. The mysterious rites, Satanic practices and masked orgies of some of the most elevated figures in the land – including the Prime Minister – captured the public imagination.
This book reveals the fascinating truth behind the legends of the infamous club.

The Hell-Fire Club is Volume 26 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult

grateful thanks to ‘nosferatu‘ for gifting me copies of The Hellfire Club, War In Heaven, Brood of the Witch Queen, Uncanny Tales #1, The Mighty Atom, Frankenstein and The Affair Of The Poisons. this board would be all the poorer for their omission.

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Mary Shelley – Frankenstein

Posted by demonik on June 19, 2011

Mary Shelley – Frankenstein [#39]  (Sphere, 1976)

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Blurb:
“I suddenly beheld the figure of a man, at some distance, advancing towards me with superhuman speed. He bounded over the crevices in the ice, among which I had walked with caution; his stature also, as he approached, seemed to exceed that of a man. I was troubled: a mist came over my eyes and I felt a faintness seize me.’

Such is Dr Frankenstein’s horrified reaction to the sudden encounter with the monster he has created. Filled with remorse at the ghastly results of his experiment, he feels that he must make amends…

Frankenstein is Volume 39 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult

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