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xalhad
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23/08/2013 10:15 pm  

  I am selling the following books. They are currently on Craigslist (SF Bay Area)
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/

I can be contacted at [Moderator's Note: Email address deleted - see below.] if you are interested
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Nightside of Eden - $100
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 19:07  4019783626 
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Cults of the Shadow - $125
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 19:00  4019772617 
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QUTUB - $200
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 18:54  4019763756 
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Ars Philtron - $200
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 18:47  4019753863 
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Azoetia  - $1200
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 18:38  4019739149 
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Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God - $40
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 18:15  4019702689 
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Outside The Circles of Time - $100
sfo  books & magazines - by owner  2013-08-22 17:47  4019655851
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lashtal
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24/08/2013 12:17 am  

It might've been worth applying a bit of effort to the formatting and content of your post. Sometime a cut-and-paste just doesn't achieve the desired effect.

I am concerned that the email address you've given here doesn't match your registration address. Presumably there's nothing untoward here, but for safety's sake I've deleted the email address in your post and would recommend that anyone interested in contacting you does so by Private Message.

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xalhad
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24/08/2013 1:39 am  

I'm very sorry. I'm new to this and kind of a tecno dummy. I used that address because that's the one connected to my Paypal account. I'm sorry again. Absolutely nothing untoward here. Trying to sell some books to pay some bills. The USA is a third world country.  Won't happen again unless I am just more stupid about these things in the future, which is possible. Apologies again.
Bob


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lashtal
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24/08/2013 11:14 am  

Thanks for clarifying things. Good luck with the sales.

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Shiva
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24/08/2013 5:52 pm  
"xalhad" wrote:
The USA is a third world country.

??? I wonder what that statement is supposed to mean?


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Azidonis
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25/08/2013 9:06 pm  
"Shiva" wrote:
"xalhad" wrote:
The USA is a third world country.

??? I wonder what that statement is supposed to mean?

I don't know, but I also heard it some time last week.


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christibrany
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25/08/2013 10:19 pm  

It means that the middle class in America is eroding and we are all getting poorer. And that although that price for Azoetia is really good, I can't afford it and the number of people who can is probably smaller than it was a decade ago 😉


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Azidonis
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26/08/2013 1:12 am  
"christibrany" wrote:
It means that the middle class in America is eroding and we are all getting poorer. And that although that price for Azoetia is really good, I can't afford it and the number of people who can is probably smaller than it was a decade ago 😉

1. Devaluation of the dollar, wages remaining the same while inflation drives prices up, the 'top' squeezing the 'bottom' for every last bit, etc.
2. The fact that people are just sitting back and taking it like a bunch of masochists.
3. Many Americans find plenty of ways to waste their money.
4. In many states, welfare can pay better than an honest day’s work
6. A majority of Americans ASKED for this. They wanted it.
7. Third World

America is not a Third World country. America is a sick country. It is terminally ill. America is a country full of lazy, wasteful zombies, and their slave owners. Many people would rather stick their heads up to their cell phones and complain to their friends about financial hardships while simultaneously playing Candy Crush on their iPads as they drive themselves to the unemployment office and blame fate or karma (or some other mental delusion), than to put their toys down, get off their asses, group up, and do something about the atrocities that face this world... atrocities that are largely implemented and governed by a comparatively few amount of people. Either way, regardless of what happens, the society is on a path towards destruction.

[flash=200,200:36c9xpf1] http://www.youtube.com/v/YSlXjrxqDOE[/flash:36c9xpf1]

... Aren't you getting a military paycheck?


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bgruagach
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26/08/2013 1:42 am  

For an explanation about why that claim is bogus: http://madamenoire.com/293204/economic-researcher-debunks-claims-that-welfare-creates-entitlement-society/

Sorry for keeping this thread off topic.  (And shouldn't the thread be about Andrew Chumbley and Kenneth Grant, and not this Grant Chumbley person anyways?)


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lashtal
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26/08/2013 2:09 am  

Meanwhile, back on topic...

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michaelclarke18
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26/08/2013 1:12 pm  

It means that the middle class in America is eroding and we are all getting poorer. And that although that price for Azoetia is really good, I can't afford it and the number of people who can is probably smaller than it was a decade ago

The availability of good occult books, for me, is directly proportional to the state of the economy. I remember the early 1990's, when I first became interested in occult books. The prices during that recession were mad, Atlantis bookshop were selling KGs The Magical Revival. Muller, 1972 for £15.00. It was possible to buy Images and Oracles of AOS for £75.00. A good condition set of the Equinox was - second hand - £175. Memories.......


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