Friday, October 4, 2019
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Thursday, September 19, 2019
BookLover Euro Style Bumper Sticker
A Barner Books created item - our book lover Vinyl Bumper Sticker
Measures: 3.75" x 5"
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Available in the shop or online (click the descriptive link below).
A distinctive sticker that lets the world know that you are Book Lover!
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Sunday, January 27, 2019
We are excited to introduce a new title to the shop, Healing with CBD written by local author and RN Eileen Konieczny. Healing with CBD is a comprehensive and reader friendly guide to the uses and benefits of cannabidiol (CBD).
Konieczny has worked extensively with cancer patients as a nurse and has dedicated her current practice to understanding and sharing cannabis as a powerful medicine. Healing with CBD dismantles the mystery and myth behind CBD, and discusses its legality and history along with how it differs from THC.
Learn how CBD is made, and how to purchase safe, quality products. Konieczny discusses dosing, side effects, and how to talk with your health care provider about getting started with CBD.
Healing with CBD is full of inspiring personal accounts of individuals taking control of their health. According to Michael H. Moskowitz, MD and Medical Marijuana advocate, “simply put, and politics aside, marijuana is the single most medicinally valuable plant that has ever existed.” Cannabidiol therapy is being used to alleviate anxiety, depression, migraines, fibromyalgia, cancer and more! Reading Healing with CBD is an excellent resource to get you started on a journey of healing in the New Year.
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Monday, November 12, 2018
The Rife Handbook
of Frequency Therapy and Holistic Health
Updated & Expanded 5th Edition
1104 pages include References, Index, and Nine Appendices
© 2018 by Nenah Sylver, PhD
Chapter 1: The Politics of Medicine and the Nature of Health. How we get sick: Sleep and oxygen deficit, injury and inflammation, electron and nutrient deficiencies, chemical / electromagnetic toxicities, pH imbalance, pathogens and bodily responses, weather, noise pollution, emotions and beliefs. Drug damage versus effectiveness. Clinical trials and hospital procedures. Iatrogenic disease and preventable deaths. Vaccine history, damage and substitutes; reversing damage after inoculations. Big Pharma’s marriage to the FDA, other government agencies, universities. How drugs are approved, marketed, and publicized. rBGH and aspartame. Corporate-owned media, the fallacy of “peer reviewed” articles, industry ties to medical journals, the bribing of doctors. Doping our children with psychotropic drugs. How electronic media affects the brain and social development. Drugs in our food and drinking water. Big Pharma’s campaign against natural remedies, including pine oil, ephedra, and aloe vera. Natural substitutes for common drugs.
Chapter 2: The History of Pleomorphism and Inventions of Royal Raymond Rife. Life cycles of a microbe (Béchamp versus Pasteur). Pleomorphism proponents Virchow, Nightingale, Enderlein, Haefeli, Reich, Rosenow, Livingston-Wheeler, Naessens, Mattman. Little known facts about Royal Rife’s life, his Universal Microscope, Ray, and clinical trials. How Rife’s devices worked. John Crane, John Marsh, and the next generation of rife machines. Detailed diagrams and measurements of a pleomorphic life cycle as viewed through a modern high-resolution German microscope. Photos of Rife, colleagues, microscopes, instruments, news articles.
Chapter 3: Complementary Therapies. Water and distillation, minerals, heavy metals. Cleaning and restoring water. Food: diets, biochemistry, metabolism, green drinks, gut flora. Factory farming, genetic engineering, irradiation, cloning. Organic, wildcrafted, heirloom, local, free range, Brix. Good and bad fats, chemicals, conditioners, preservatives, synthesized “foods.” Sweeteners: history, biochemical effects, and processing (agave syrup, xylitol stevia, more). Marijuana, hemp, coffee and chocolate. Food preparation methods and cookware. Potency and preparation of herbs. Food-based versus synthetic nutritional supplements (it’s not what you might think). Hydrogen peroxide. Ozone for drinking water, insufflation, funneling/bagging, inhalation, salve, generators, sauna. Colloidal Silver: history, properties, preparation, particle size, storage, home generators, how to use, dispelling toxicity myths and how to reverse argyria. Aerobic / anaerobic exercise and the lymph, and its anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. Physiological and emotional implications of touch, massage, craniosacral therapy, chiropractic. Fascia and Oriental medicine. Homeopathy: history, how it works, how to make your own remedies. Detoxification: liver detox, colon cleansing, sauna, clay, castor oil, activated charcoal. Light and color therapies, the pineal, SAD, lasers and LEDs, Dinshah’s Spectro-Chrome Color Therapy. Sleep, sleep-inducing food and supplements, Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT). Meditation: types of, studies, benefits. [see other side]
The Rife Handbook (page 2)
Chapter 4: Frequently Asked Questions about Rife Equipment and Sessions. Precautions and contraindications (heart condition, pacemaker / defibrillator, implants, pregnancy / nursing, blood clots, are taking pharmaceuticals / herbs, are sensitive to concentrated EM radiation). Giving sessions to infants, children, pets, farm or zoo animals. Eliminating toxic waste released by rifing. Types of machines (with and without RF); desirable traits of devices and manufacturers. Lasers and LEDs, general sweep units, frequencies on CDs and DVDs, coils. Terminology for non-engineers. Radionics. Muscle testing. How to convert to lower numbers. FAQs: rife sessions, frequency selection and microbe response, Herxheimer response, how the frequencies work and were calculated, updates on Rife technology and treatments. Special Practitioners section. Insert, “A Short Course on How to Give Yourself a Rife Session.” Diagrams and charts: waveforms, Hz conversions, Healing Response vs. Disease Crisis, more.
Chapter 5: Frequency Directory. Alphabetical, annotated, cross-referenced list of symptoms, diseases and frequencies for rife units. Along with single, stand-alone entries are the following: Arthritis; Blood Sugar Problems; Bone and Skeleton; Brain and Nervous System, Mind and Emotions; Chemical Sensitivity / Poisoning; Dental; Ears; Eyes, Gastrointestinal Tract; Glands; Headache; Heart, Blood and Circulation; Injuries; Insect Bites; Liver and Gallbladder; Lymphatic System; Muscles; Regeneration and Healing; Respiratory Tract; Skin; Tuberculosis; Urinary Tract; special problems of Men and Women. All types of pathogens: Bacteria; Candida, Fungi, Molds and Yeasts; Parasites, Protozoa and Worms; Viruses. Plus an all-new, comprehensive section on Cancer with nutritional support and complementary therapies. Each section includes how the body works, explanations of selected medical terms, and natural adjunctive therapies including nutrition, herbs, and compatible electromedical equipment.
Chapter 6: Creating a Better World, Inside and Out. The trauma of illness and death. The five stages of dying and the implications of letting go. Doctor support or lack of it. Politics of food and water. Legal theft and criminal commerce (when a privileged few and corporations control the world’s wealth). Corporatocracy propaganda and “front” groups. Electronic invasion of privacy. Overcoming the dominator (dominant) paradigm. Cutting edge scientific research: the interconnection of quantum particles and the human as hologram. The power of prayer, long distance healing, group intention, and healing with the heart. The Unified Field. Studies on the social effects of meditation. Changing the structure of water and our own DNA. Love as a resonance.
Nine Appendices include: Resources ♦ Electromedicine and Sound Therapies ♦ Published Rife Research ♦ Toxic Chemicals in Everyday Household Items and Safe Substitutes ♦ Published Studies on Electropollution (EMF) ♦ Build Your Own Footbath for Ten Dollars ♦ Published Research in Electromedicine from the 1800s to the present
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Thursday, June 21, 2018
SAVE THE DATE
September 29 - 30th
Some know that Bethel Woods is the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. We'll be glad to be there - be sure to visit our booth and enjoy the great activities.
Featured will be activities for families, music, and vendors. We'll be there and hope you'll join us!
Get together with fellow lovers of creativity, craft, DIY, and fun at In the MKNG: a new, unique festival at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel, NY September 29th-30th.
Celebrate and get inspired with live demonstrations, interactive activities, craft vendors, workshops, food, and music. Tickets on sale at http://inthemkng.com/
Use Promo Code EXMKNG43 to save $2!
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
A Movie by Pam Kray
DVD includes Full movie plus 30 Minutes of Extras
To purchase the Movie CLICK HERE
©2002 TRT: 55 minutes
©2012 Mushroom Seekers DVD w/30 minutes of new extras
Mushroom Seekers is a first-person exploration of the world of wild mushrooms and the
people who look for them. When American filmmaker, Pam Kray, noticed people
carrying baskets of wild mushrooms in the subways of Prague in 1993, she began to
examine her own lack of familiarity with mushrooms in her surroundings. The ensuing
journey of filmmaker into mushroom cultures took her from the Czech Republic through
the U.S. to Mexico, from national pastime to arcane hobby to sacred undertaking. The
dvd release includes extras from movie outtakes of herbalist Susun Weed and film artist
Bradley Eros, and from interviews shot in 2011 with world class mycologist and author,
Gary Lincoff, and with Paul Sadowski, of the New York Mycological Society.
To Purchase the Movie online, CLICK HERE
Pam Kray's Notes about the Mushroom Seekers
Mushroom Seekers is roughly an hour long, shot in an early digital video format. It
unfolds as partly a diary and partly a collage of time and space and memory. Interwoven
with our search for our various roots and with my perception of American self-
consciousness in the world, Mushroom Seekers investigates the intermingled histories of
the eastern and western hemispheres. Through footage gathered in the Czech Republic,
the United States and Mexico, the work explores the roles of nature and environment
according to both native (indigenous) and non-native (immigrant) cultures.
In the Czech Republic, mushroom picking is a family-based activity; the knowledge of
the mushrooms as well as the ritual of hunting, picking, cleaning and scraping the stems
is performed based, usually, on a family elder's demonstration. It is not studied in school.
In the United States, mushroom picking remains a relatively out-of-the-ordinary pursuit
that comes with a list of warnings (some well founded and some ridiculous). It is
considered dangerous, and the anecdotes as well as the statistics of poisonings are
reported. In addition, home remedies are generally suspect and the tradition of picking
one's food in neighboring forests has been largely uncommon.
From an American point of view, mushroom picking is an activity removed from the
experience of most people. The United States offers clubs and experts that help not only
the American mushroom neophyte, but also the immigrants and visitors from mushroom-
loving cultures to pick with relative confidence that what looks like a mushroom in their
homeland is or is not that mushroom. If Czech mushroom pickers compete in terms of
picking the biggest or cooking the tastiest dish, the U.S. is only recently gaining ground
in that area and also gleans the knowledge from “everywhere.” Mexico's history of
immigration and assimilation differs from that of the United States, making mushroom
picking and the use of herbs and more home-based traditional medicine a much different
All together, the three parts of the movie investigate an unspoken element: transmission
of knowledge, informal education of generations and how movement affects the very
fiber of knowledge in new contexts. Basically, you can't teach what you don't know. And
when the native people have been silenced as well, the gap that is revealed in the
language or in the transmission of knowledge cannot be filled. What once could have
been taught by example, practically without words, cannot be passed on now because one
can only describe the lack of words or the loss of knowledge itself.
I shot the Czech portion of the video during the fall of 1998. I also interviewed the
American herbalist (green witch, author), Susun Weed. She is not what I would delineate
an “expert” claiming to know everything about edible mushrooms; rather, Weed is a
leader in disseminating information about wild plants and their relationship to health and
the traditional shamanic place of women in societies. Her works and words are very
pertinent to my themes.
In 1999, I traveled in Mexico to Huautla, Qaxaca: the home of Maria Sabina who was
one of the most famous Mazatec shamans (at least to westerners) . The Mazatecs have
used psilocybin mushrooms for a long time. Although I was not allowed to take pictures
during the mushroom ceremony, I was affected by the intensity of the experience and
by the joy and sacredness of the “hongitos”* for the Mazatec people. In Mexico City, I
did shoot footage at the Museo de la Medicina Mexicana, which celebrates the history
of indigenous practices and practitioners alongside the modern western medicine.
Themes in the museum seemed to support my premise that the European invasion of
Mexico left a very different cultural legacy than that in the United States.
In 2000, I attended the Telluride Mushroom Festival at Telluride, Colorado. Here I found
experts and enthusiasts of both the United States and international sphere of mycologists,
biologists, doctors, chemists and amateur pickers. Besides learning about wild
mushrooms, I heard the terms mycophilia and mycophobia reiterated over and over again.
More than 10 years and many mushroom hunts later, I reissued Mushroom Seekers on
dvd with 30 minutes of extras, including some thoughts about cultural attitudes in
relationship to mushrooms (and other natural agents in our environment) by renowned
mycologist, Gary Lincoff; herbalist, Susun Weed; and artist, Bradley Eros.
* Hongos is a Spanish word for mushrooms. The Mazatec people use the diminutive,
hongitos, for the psilocybe mushrooms they use in prayer.
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