Reincarnation [Poetry Audiobook] by George Sterling

Once by the sea her lips, laid hushed on mine,
Stirred faintly, saying, ‘I love thee!’ Here, how still!
Nor in her eyes is that unchanging thrill
As of the starlight, solemn and divine,
Death being possessed of them, for if they shine,
‘T is by a sea that other shadows fill,
Where foileth ever her pursuing will
The unapproachable horizon line.
Alas! if irretrievably we part . . .
The spirit boweth with her weight of fears.
Ah! met again within the farther years,
Shall I not know thee for the ghost thou art?
Or will there be no wonder at the heart
And sudden starlight in remembering tears?
—- End —-
Reincarnation [Poetry Audiobook] by George Sterling
(from “The Testimony of the Suns, and other Poems”)

[The Highest Human Wisdom] Aitreya-Aranyaka Upanishad (Spirituality Audiobook)

The first section is the description of the ancient ritual (Mahavrata ritual) so if you want to skip it, go to the second section which starts from 01:13:49 mark. “The highest human wisdom” was the praise given to Upanishad by Arthur Schopenhauer. Aryanka (Snskrit) आरण्यक means means pertaining to the forest. Aranyaka refers to a treatise to be read or expounded by anchorites in the quiet of the forest. Some Upanishads are incorporated inside Aranyakas. The subjects treated by Aranyakas are, in general, liturgical whereas the Upanishads are philosophical. The Aitareya-Aranyaka consists of three Aryankas. The first Aranyaka is purely liturgical, giving a description of the Mahavrata ritual. The second and third Aranyankas consist of the Mahaitareya Upanishad, while the Upanishad generally known as Aitareya Upanishad comprises 4th, 5th, and 6th adhyayas of the second Aranyaka. The date of Aitareya Upanishad is not known but has been estimated by scholars to be sometime around 6th or 5th century BCE. ( – Summary by Jothi)
[The Highest Human Wisdom] Aitreya-Aranyaka Upanishad (Spirituality Audiobook)

The Hope of the Infinite (Clark Ashton Smith) Poetry Audiobook

My hope is in the unharvestable deep
That shows with eve the treasure of the stars
To mournful kings behind their palace-bars,
And wanderers outworn, and boys who weep
A shattered bauble — or above the sleep
Of headsmen, and of men condemned to die,
Pours out the moon’s white mercy from on high,
Or hides with clement gloom the hours that creep
Like death-worms to the grave. . . . And I have ta’en
From storming seas by sunset glorified,
Or from the dawn of ashen wastes and wide,
Some light re-gathered from the lamps that wane,
And promise of a translunary Spain
Where loves forgone and forfeit dreams abide.
—- End —
The Hope of the Infinite (Clark Ashton Smith) Poetry Audiobook

[Analysis of Body and Soul and their Interaction] The Soul (by Emanuel Swedenborg) Part 2

This is a thorough analysis of the body and the soul and their interaction written by Emanuel Swedenborg who was famous for his astral journey into the other worlds. The first part of this book is mainly focused on the body and then the analysis of the soul and their interaction follows. This is a scholarly book and not a easy listen but for those who are interested in the occult anatomy of the human’s body and soul, this is a great listen.
[Analysis of Body and Soul and their Interaction] The Soul : or Rational Psychology (by Emanuel Swedenborg) Part 2
by Emanuel Swedenborg

[Analysis of Body and Soul and their Interaction] The Soul (by Emanuel Swedenborg) Part 1

The main text starts at 1:25:10 mark. This is a thorough analysis of the body and the soul and their interaction written by Emanuel Swedenborg who was famous for his astral journey into the other worlds. The first part of this book is mainly focused on the body and then the analysis of the soul and their interaction follows. This is a scholarly book and not an easy listen but for those who are interested in the occult anatomy of the human’s body and soul, this is a great listen.
[Analysis of Body and Soul and their Interaction] The Soul : or Rational Psychology (by Emanuel Swedenborg) Part 1
by Emanuel Swedenborg

Deirdrê [Irish Mythology from the Ancient Ulster Cycle] Audiobook

The Ulster Cycle (Irish: an Rúraíocht), formerly known as the Red Branch Cycle, one of the four great cycles of Irish mythology, is a body of medieval Irish heroic legends and sagas of the traditional heroes of the Ulaid in what is now eastern Ulster and northern Leinster, particularly counties Armagh, Down and Louth, and taking place around or before the 1st century AD. (quoted from wikipedia.org)
Deirdrê [Irish Myth from the Ancient Ulster Cycle] Audiobook (by Jean Lang)