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Laszlo, Ervin. Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything. Inner Traditions, 2004. Abstract

The 'popular' book associated with the "Connectivity Hypothesis" by the same author. While his bias is toward materialism, his ideas are interesting, and I like to use some of them as a working hypothesis.

Ashcroft-Nowicki, Dolores. The Shining Paths. 2nd ed. New Leaf Distributing Company, 1997. Abstract

Dolores is a prime expositor of pathworking in the Western tradition, and this book is a treasure trove of insights into the Tree of Life. I borrow from some of these for my own twist on the art.

Kramer, Samuel Noah. Sumerian Mythology. Revised ed. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1972. Abstract