Ed Augusts’ World – Hurricane Irma Special 09/08/2017

Friday 09/08/2017 – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT

Ed Augusts’ World of Books, History, Ancient Knowledge, World Politics, & a little Metaphysics

Tuesdays & Fridays – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT

See more at EdAugustsBooks.com & FreedomizerRadio.com

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Source: Ed Augusts’ World, followed by Mad Scientists Exposed – Hurricane Irma Specials 09/08 by FreedomizerRadio | Lifestyle Podcasts

Ed Augusts’ World – Ed’s Personal Tarot Deck – How to Make a Tarot Deck – 08/15/2017

Ed Augusts’ World – Tuesday 08/15/2017 – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT

The entire 90 minutes is devoted to the first-ever disclosure of Ed Augusts’ Card Deck, created in 1984, which has 235 cards, one of the largest card decks ever made, and which bears little resemblance to the well-known Waite-Rider-Smith deck.

Very sorry we suffered a bit of microphone/headset problems, which we were not aware of until the show was over, and which we could not edit… and Ed was uncaffeinated and talked more slowly than usual.

Ed Augusts’ World of Books, History, Ancient Knowledge, World Politics, & a little esoterica and metaphysics.

Tuesdays & Fridays – 6pm EDT, 3pm PDT

See more at EdAugustsBooks.com & FreedomizerRadio.com

 


Source: Ed Augusts’ World, followed by Mad Scientists Exposed 08/15 by FreedomizerRadio | Current Events Podcasts

 

 

The Walls of Constantinople

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Baker, R. Granville. The Walls of Constantinople. John Milne, London, 1910. Hardcover. Black lettering and design stamped on reddish brown cloth. Gilt lettering on spine. 30 illustrations. Good, with tear to top left edge of spine. Text and interior are very good and well-bound. Ex-lib with markings on spine and first few pages, as usual. Author spent years of investigation at the ancient wall, much of which has since disappeared. He describes the wall as he goes, and pieces together its chronology, as well. Scarce. $85.00

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Some Letters from Livingstone 1840-1872

Livingstone, David. Edited by David Chamberlin. Some letters from Livingstone, 1840 – 1872; with an introduction by R. Coupland.
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. xvii+280p., illustrated with facsimiles of letters, map, and several drawings. Sixty-eight letters. Includes list of books about Livingstone and the Arab slave trad. A fine reprint of the original Oxford University 1940 edition in publisher’s original gilt-lettered brown cloth, without names or markings.
$18.00

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The Black Journey: Across Central Africa with the Citroën expedition

Georges-Marie Haardt. The Black Journey: Across Central Africa with the Citroën Expedition. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. 326 pgs Complete with photos and maps. A fine copy in original cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine. No dust-jacket, as issued. Famous trans-Africa 1920’s expedition from Algeria to Capetown, in a fleet of eight Citroën half-track vehicles.
$35.00
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The Great Thirst Land

The Great Thirst Land

The Great Thirst Land

Gillmore, Parker. The Great Thirst Land: A Ride through Natal, Orange Free State, Transvaal and Kalahari Desert. With a Frontispiece. Cassell, Petter & Galpin. London, Paris & New York. (1878). Hardcover. Illustrated with numerous adventurous drawings, including frontis, which shows native thrown high in the air by a charging rhino. Good, with gilt and black lettering, florets and designs on light brown cloth covers. Covers sturdy, worn at spine ends and top corner of front cover. Frontis present Text and interior are very good. Contemporary quite fascinating newspaper clippings, some about the Zulu War, are attached to front and back end papers and paste-downs. Top margins of title and several other front pages stained. A great look into the Boers, early diamond mines, flora and fauns, by a great traveller and hunter. $165.00