Folklore Mondays: The Sacred Text Archive

This week, to make up for missing the previous installment, I bring not one, but about a bajillion different books for your reading pleasure. If you haven’t heard of it already, the Sacred Text Archive is a collection of public domain texts in a huge range of areas, from world religions and philosophies to more properly fringy categories like “Atlantis” and “Occult.” These are generally primary texts (e.g., a collection of stories; a religious tome; etc.) rather than secondary, scholarly analyses.

There’s enough stuff here to keep us all reading for the foreseeable future, so if you’re interested in Zoroastrianism or the I Ching or the Book of Shadows, this is the place to go.


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