Sacred Nature: Bibliography

  1. Augros, Robert & Stanciu, George, The New Biology, New Science Library: Boston 1987.
  2. Bateman, Gregory, Mind and Nature, Fontana: London 1978.
  3. Bernbaum, Edwin, Sacred Mountains of the World, Sierra Club: San Francisco 1990.
  4. Bolle, Kees W., “Speaking of a Place,” in Myths and Symbols (edited by J.M. Kitagawa & C.H. Long), University of Chicago Press 1969.
  5. Bord, Janet & Colin, The Enchanted Land, Heart of Albion: Loughborough 2006.
  6. *Bostwick, Todd W. & Krocek, Peter, Landscape of the Spirits: Hohokam Rock Art at South Mountain Park, University of Arizona Press 2002.
  7. *Bradley, Richard, An Archaeology of Natural Places, Routledge: London 2000.
  8. Brereton, Joel P., “Sacred Space,” in Encyclopedia of Religion – volume 12 (edited by Mircea Eliade), MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1987.
  9. Campbell, Joseph (ed.), Spirit and Nature, Princeton University Press 1982.
  10. Carpenter, Edward, Civilization: Its Cause and Cure, George Allen & Unwin: New York 1914.
  11. Corliss, William R., Strange Phenomena: A Sourcebook of Unusual Natural Phenomena, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1974.
  12. Corliss, William R., Strange Artifacts: A Sourcebook on Ancient Man, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1974.
  13. Corliss, William R., Handbook of Unusual Natural Phenomena, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1977.
  14. Corliss, William R., Ancient Man: A Handbook of Puzzling Artifacts, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1978.
  15. Corliss, William R., Unknown Earth: A Handbook of Geological Enigmas, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1980.
  16. Corliss, William R., Lightning, Auroras, Nocturnal Lights, and Related Luminous Phenomena, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1982.
  17. Corliss, William R., Tornados, Dark Days, Anomalous Precipitation, and Related Weather Phenomena, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1983.
  18. Corliss, William R., Earthquakes, Tides, Unidentified Sounds, and Related Phenomena, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1983.
  19. Corliss, William R., Rare Halos, Mirages, Anomalous Rainbows, and Related Electromagnetic Phenomena, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1984.
  20. Corliss, William R., Science Frontiers: Some Anomalies and Curiosities of Nature, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 1994.
  21. Corliss, William R., Remarkable Luminous Phenomena in Nature: A Catalog of Geophysical Anomalies, Sourcebook: Glen Arm 2001.
  22. Deloria, Vine, Red Earth, White Lies, Scribner: New York 1995.
  23. Devereux, Paul, Symbolic Landscapes, Gothic Image: Glastonbury 1992.
  24. Devereux, Paul, “The Archaeology of Consciousness,” in Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 11, No. 4, 1997.
  25. Devereux, Paul, The Sacred Place, Cassell: London 2000.
  26. Devereux, P., Steele, J. & Kubrin, D., Earthmind, Harper & Row: New Yorks 1989.
  27. Digney, John (ed.), Scotland’s Wild Land – What Future?, Scottish Wild Land Group: Edinburgh 2002.
  28. Dixon, John, Pendle — A Mythic Landscape, Aussteiger Publications: Barnoldswick 2011.
  29. Eck, Diana L., “Rivers,” in Encyclopedia of Religion – volume 12 (edited by M. Eliade), MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1987.
  30. Edsman, Carl-Martin, “Stones,” in Encyclopedia of Religion – volume 14, MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1987.
  31. Eitel, Ernest J., Feng-Shui; or, the Rudiments of Natural Science in China, Trubner: London 1873.
  32. Eliade, Mircea, Patterns in Comparative Religion, Sheed & Ward: London 1958.
  33. Eliade, Mircea, The Sacred and the Profane, Harcourt: New York 1959.
  34. Eliade, Mircea, Zalmoxis: The Vanishing God, University of Chicago Press 1978.
  35. Eliade, Mircea, Shamanism, Arkana: London 1989.
  36. Eliade, Mircea, Rites and Symbols of Initiation, Spring Publications: Woodstock 1995.
  37. Eliade, Mircea (ed.), Encyclopedia of Religion – 16 volumes, MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1986-88.
  38. Eliade, Mircea & Sullivan, Lawrence E., “Center of the World,” in Encyclopedia of Religion – volume 3 (edited by M. Eliade), MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1987.
  39. Evans-Wentz, W.Y., Cuchuma and Sacred Mountains, Ohio University Press 1980.
  40. Evans-Wentz, W.Y.,The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries, Colin Smythe: Gerrards Cross 1988.
  41. Gill, Sam D., Beyond “The Primitive”: The Religions of Nonliterate Peoples, Prentice-Hall: Englewood Cliffs 1982.
  42. Gleick, James & Porter, Eliot, Nature’s Chaos, Abacus: London 1996.
  43. Graves, Robert, Mammon and the Black Goddess, Cassell: London 1965.
  44. Heinze, Ruth-Inge (ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on the Study of Shamanism, University of California 1994.
  45. Heyden, Doris, “Caves,” in Encyclopedia of Religion – volume 3 (edited by Mircea Eliade), MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1987.
  46. Holm, Jean (ed.), Sacred Place, Continuum: London 2001.
  47. Huxley, Francis, The Way of the Sacred, Star: London 1980.
  48. James, E.O., The Cult of the Mother Goddess, Thames & Hudson: London 1959.
  49. Jeck, Steve & Martin, Peter, Of Stones and Strength, Ironmind 1996.
  50. Kennedy, James, Folklore and Reminiscences of Strathtay and Grandtully, Munro Press: Perth 1928.
  51. Kitagawa, Joseph M. & Long, Charles H. (eds), Myths and Symbols, University of Chicago Press 1969.
  52. McIntosh, Alastair, Soil and Soul, Aurum: London 1992.
  53. McIntosh, Alastair, “The Future of Wild Land in Scotland,” in Scotland’s Wild Land, Scottish Wild Land Group: Edinburgh 2002.
  54. McLuhan, T.C., Touch the Earth, Abacus: London 1996.
  55. McLuhan, T.C., The Way of the Earth, Simon & Schuster: New York 1994.
  56. Maringer, Johannes, The Gods of Prehistoric Man, Weidenfeld & Nicolson: London 1960.
  57. Michell, John, The Earth Spirit: Its Ways, Shrines and Mysteries, Thames & Hudson: London 1975.
  58. Michell, John, Simulacra, Thames & Hudson: London 1979.
  59. Michell, John, At the Centre of the World, Thames & Hudson: London 1994.
  60. McOwan, Rennie, Magic Mountains, Mainstream: Edinburgh 1996.
  61. Molyneaux, Brian Leigh, The Sacred Earth, MacMillan: London 1995.
  62. Muller, Werner, “The Passivity of Language and the Experience of Nature”, in Myths and Symbols (edited by J.M. Kitagawa & C.H. Long), University of Chicago Press 1969.
  63. Nabokov, Peter, Where the Lightning Strikes, Viking: New York 2006.
  64. o’ Crualaoich, Gearoid, The Book of the Cailleach, Cork University Press 2003.
  65. Pavlinac, C.A., “Persistence of Spirit: Revered Sites in Britain,” in Proceedings 11th International Conference on the Study of Shamanism, University of California 1994.
  66. Pennick, Nigel, Celtic Sacred Landscapes, Thames & Hudson: London 2000.
  67. Redgrove, Peter, The Black Goddess and the Sixth Sense, Bloomsbury: London 1987.
  68. Robertson, A.E., Old Tracks, Cross Country Routes and Coffin Roads in the North-West Highlands, Darien Press: Edinburgh 1944.
  69. Saliba, John, Homo Religiosus in Mircea Eliade – An Anthropological Investigation, Brill Academic 1976.
  70. Schipper, Kristofer, The Taoist Body, University of California Press 1993.
  71. Sheldrake, Rupert, The Rebirth of Nature, Century: London 1990.
  72. Swire, Otta F., Skye: The Island and its Legends, Blackie & Son: London 1961.
  73. Swire, Otta F., The Highlands and their Legends, Oliver & Boyd: Edinburgh 1963.
  74. Swire, Otta F., The Inner Hebrides and their Legends, Collins: London 1964.
  75. Swire, Otta F., The Outer Hebrides and their Legends, Oliver & Boyd: Edinburgh 1966.
  76. Thomas, Lewis, The Lives of a Cell, Penguin: Harmondsworth 1980.
  77. Townsend, Richard F., “Lakes,” in Encyclopedia of Religion – volume 8 (edited by Mircea Eliade), MacMillan: Farmington Hills 1987.
  78. Vastokas, Joan M. & Romas K., Sacred Art of the Algonkians: A Study of the Peterborough Petroglyphs, Mansard Press: Peterborough 1973.
  79. Volk, Tyler, Gaia’s Body: Towards a Physiology of Earth, Springer-Verlag: New York 1998.
  80. Watson, Lyall, Earthworks, Hodder & Stoughton: London 1986.

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