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 Basic Concepts of Numerology
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 King James Bible: Numbers, Chapter 1
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 Basics of Magick: The Use of Color in Magick
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 An Introduction to Meditation
 "Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt." William Shakespeare The key to successful endeavors in the world of magickal, psychic and spiritual realms is your ability to harness and control your...

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 Can You Bhoga All Night Long? An Introduction to Tantra, East and West
 When you hear the word Tantra, what images come to mind? Turbans and Sitar music? Mindblowing sex? Most people in the Western world have heard the word Tantra, but few know anything in detail about what it means. The situation in India isn't much different....

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 The Living Tradition of Thelema
 Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. What Crowley began, others must continue and develop or Thelema will become but a memory in the history of the Western Mystery Tradition. Yes, he was a Prophet and the Ipsissimus that one could say invented...

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 SHARP BOUNDS FOR THE PSI FUNCTION AND HARMONIC
 Introduction. The n'th harmonic number Hn is defined by the finite sum Hn = n. ∑ k=1.
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 ON THE LARGEST PRIME DIVISOR OF AN ODD HARMONIC
 Jan 30, 2007 In this paper, we prove that every odd harmonic number greater than 1 must be divisible by a prime greater than 105. 1.
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 HYPERHARMONIC SERIES INVOLVING HURWITZ ZETA
 1. Hyperharmonic numbers. Introduction.
 www.inf.unideb.hu
 SUPERHARMONIC NUMBERS 1. Introduction If the harmonic mean
 Sep 5, 2008 Introduction. If the harmonic mean of the positive divisors of a natural number n > 1 is an integer, then n is said to be harmonic.
 epress.lib.uts.edu.au
 BINOMIAL SUMS INVOLVING HARMONIC NUMBERS 1. Introduction
 Similar importance play harmonic numbers of order 1 defined by Hn := n. ∑ j=1 consideration connected with harmonic numbers is presented in [20].
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 Harmonic series (mathematics)  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 The value of n at which this occurs must be extremely large, however, approximately e100, a number exceeding 1040.
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 SHARP BOUNDS FOR THE PSI FUNCTION AND HARMONIC
 Introduction. The n'th harmonic number Hn is defined by the finite sum Hn = n. ∑ k=1.
 files.elemath.com
 ANALYTIC EXTENSION OF HYPERHARMONIC NUMBERS 1
 Introduction.
 citeseerx.ist.psu.edu
 ON THE LARGEST PRIME DIVISOR OF AN ODD HARMONIC
 Jan 30, 2007 In this paper, we prove that every odd harmonic number greater than 1 must be divisible by a prime greater than 105. 1.
 www.ams.org
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