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These are books in English intended for sale in Europe, mainly Switzerland. Most of the items are almost new (i.e. read once and stored in the attic), and they can be purchased for 5CHF each. Two to five books can be purchased for 3CHF each; six to ten for 2CHF each. Shipping in Switzerland is 7CHF up to 2 kg (four to six books, depending) and 9CHF up to 5 kg. Shipping in Europe is 12CHF to 1kg (about three books) and 21CHF to 2kg. I'm also willing to do trades, and of course I won't charge shipping to anyone in the Seetal who wants to come by and pick up books themselves. I accept cash, money order, money transfer and PayPal. Email me at moonchild at moonchild dot ch [note that's "ch" not "com"] with the titles you want, your address and preferred payment method. Then we'll go from there.

When you are finished browsing the Used Books, take a look at the T-shirts and stuff too, on the tabs up top.

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US  added: 03/20/08  

Etheric Anatomy

Anderson, Victor H.
Acorn Guild Press, 2004; 90 pages; cover price $12 ASIN: 0971005001 cover

The Three Selves and Astral Travel

Etheric Anatomy explains the Three Selves teaching for Witches, Wiccans, and Pagans. This book collects rare writings by Victor and Cora Anderson on etheric sight, astral sex, and Feri prayers for aligning the three souls and contacting the God Self. The author Victor H. Anderson is the founder of the Feri Tradition and one of the last Kahuna.

Womens Fiction  added: 01/19/12  

The Land of Painted Caves

Auel, Jean M.
Hodder, 2011; 774 pages; cover price £6.99; ISBN: 9781444720570 ASIN: 1444720570 cover

A Story from the Beginnings of Our Time

A remarkable woman—a huntress and healer who challenges every rule, but who yearns for acceptance.
Ayla lost her own people when she was a child. In the harsh landscape of the Ice Age, where to be alone is the greatest threat, her life has been a fight for survival—and a search for belonging.
But Ayla has an overwhelming sense of destiny that pulls against the needs of her heart. She hungers for knowledge and experience of the world. And what she learns will change life for ever ...

Jean M. Auel's magnificent conclusion to the Earth's Children series captures in mesmerising detail the realities of life in the last Ice Age, and sweeps you away in an epic tale of love, identity and struggle.

Other Fiction  added: 03/21/11  

The Secret Garden

Burnett, Frances Hodgson
Signet Classics; 288 pages; ISBN 9780451528834; cover price 2.95€ ASIN: 0451528832 cover

This timeless classic is a poignant tale of Mary, a lonely orphaned girl sent to a Yorkshire mansion at the edge of a vast lonely moor. At first, she is frightened by this gloomy place until she meets a local boy, Dickon, who's earned the trust of the moor's wild animals, the invalid Colin, an unhappy boy terrified of life, and a mysterious, abandoned garden...

Other Fiction, Womens Fiction  added: 11/08/12  

Rachel & Leah (Women of Genesis)

Card, Orson Scott
Forge, December 2005; 353 pages; cover price $6.99 ASIN: 0765341298 cover

In Rachel & Leah, Card paints a vivid picture of the intertwined lives of four women celebrated in the Bible. Leah is the oldest daughter of the Patriarch Laban; her poor vision prevents her from fully participating in the daily work of her nomadic family. Rachel is her sister, the spoiled younger daughter, the petted and privileged beauty of the family.

Bilhah is an orphan who was taken into the tribe by Laban. She is not quite a slave but not really a family member, a young woman desperately searching to fit in. Zilpah is a servant, but born into the tribe. She uses her beauty to manipulate men as she strives for something better than a life of drudgery.

Tracing their lives from childhood to maturity, Card shows how these women change each other--and are changed again by the holy books that Jacob brings with him when he joins their tribe in search of a wife. Ambition, jealousy, fear, and love motivate them as they vie for the attention of Jacob, heir to the spiritual birthright of Abraham and Isaac.

7.2 oz

Other Fiction, Womens Fiction  added: 11/08/12  

Rebekah (Women of Genesis)

Card, Orson Scott
Forge, December 2002; 400 pages; cover price $7.99 ASIN: 076534128X cover

Born into a time and place where a woman speaks her mind at her peril, and reared as a motherless child by a doting father, Rebekah grew up to be a stunning, headstrong beauty. She was chosen by God for a special destiny.

For Rebekah must leave her father's house to marry Isaac, the studious young son of the patriarch Abraham. Her struggles to find her place in the family of Abraham are a true test of her faith, but through it all she finds her own relationship with God and does her best to serve His cause in the lives of those she loves.

In Rebekah, Orson Scott Card has created an astonishing personality, complex and intriguiing, and her story will engage your heart as it captures your imagination.

7.2 oz

Womens Fiction  added: 11/08/12  

Sarah (Women of Genesis)

Card, Orson Scott
Forge, August 2001; 352 pages ASIN: 0765341174 cover

Sarai was a child of ten years, wise for her age but not yet a woman, when she first met Abram. He appeared before her in her father's house, filthy from the desert, tired and thirsty. But as the dirt of travel was washed from his body, the sight of him filled her heart. And when Abram promises Sarai to return in ten years to take her for his wife, her fate was sealed.

Abram kept his promise, and Sarai kept hers they were wed, and so joined the royal house of Ur with the high priesthood of the Hebrews. So began a lifetime of great joy together, and greater peril: and with the blessing of their God, a great nation would be built around the core of their love.

Bestselling author Orson Scott Card uses his fertile imagination, and uncanny insight into human nature, to tell the story of a unique woman--one who is beautiful, tough, smart, and resourceful in an era when women had little power, and are scarce in the historical record. Sarah, child of the desert, wife of Abraham, takes on vivid reality as a woman desirable to kings, a devoted wife, and a faithful follower of the God of Abraham, chosen to experience an incomparable miracle.

Horror/Suspense  added: 07/23/06  

Praying for Sleep

Deaver, Jeffrey
Signet, December 1994; 431 pages; cover price $5.99 ASIN: 0451181468 cover

A storm-lashed night. A dangerously paranoid schizophrenic. A woman with a reason to be terrified. And a desperate search for the ultimate truth behind a shocking murder.
Michael Hrubek has escaped from a mental hospital for the criminally insane. He's on a mission--to find Lis Atcheson, the woman who identified him as a vicious murderer.
No one will stop him. Not his psychiatrist, not the professional tracker, not Lis's husband. Only Lis can save herself from the unspeakable secret of her past. A past Michael Hrubek knows as well.

US  added: 03/20/08  

The Way of the Elders

Doumbia, Adama & Naomi
Llewellyn, 2004; 182 pages; cover price $15.95 ASIN: 0738706264 cover

Contemporary West African culture harbors rich and meaningful spiritual traditions. Yet, there are few written records of West Africa's major beliefs, rituals, and ceremonies. The Way of the Elders co-authored by a West African native raised in the Mande tradition offers rare and authentic insight into the spirituality of West Africa, and particularly the Mande culture.

This spiritual guidebook explains fundamental beliefs, such as reverence for the One Spirit, that permeate tribal life. Offerings, charms, herbal healing, shamans and their functions, the importance of wildlife, and the four elements of nature are discussed in detail. The second half of the book is devoted to sacred living and focuses on village life, sacred music and dance, pregnancy, birth, childhood initiation, marriage, death, and funerals.

Non-fiction  added: 12/31/07  

blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

Gladwell, Malcolm
Little, Brown and Company, 1st edition (January 11, 2005); 288 pages; cover price $24.95 ASIN: 0316172324 cover

How do we think without thinking, seem to make choices in an instant--in the blink of an eye--that actually aren't as simple as they seem? Why are some people brilliant decision makers, while others are consistently inept? Why do some people follow their instincts and win, while others end up stumbling into error? And why are the best decisions often those that are impossible to explain to others? Drawing on cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology, the author reveals that great decision makers aren't those who process the most information or spend the most time deliberating, but those who have perfected the art of filtering the very few factors that matter from an overwhelming number of variables.

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