The Mystery of Numbers (Oct., $24.95) by Marc-Alain Ouaknin tackles the history, symbolism and philosophy of figures and numbers.
Witches' Craft: A Multi-Denominational Wicca Bible (Nov., $15.95) by Bruce K. Wilborn covers the history and philosophy behind the Wiccan religion.
Breaking Free: Women of Spirit at Midlife and Beyond (Oct., $16), edited by Marilyn Sewell, is an anthology for women who are searching for spiritual guideposts in the second half of life.
BEAR & COMPANY
Survivors of Atlantis: Their Impact on World Culture (Jan., $22.95) by Frank Joseph claims that the downfall of the Atlantean Empire is the story of early civilization.
The World's Most Haunted Places (Sept., $15.99 paper) by Jeff Belanger takes readers on a tour of the supernatural and the macabre.
Mars & Man: Are We Alone? (Sept., $14.95) by Nicolas Montigiani offers insight into President Bush's current plan to send missions to Mars, and provides new information about the red planet Ad/promo.
Wicca for One: The Path of Solitary Witchcraft (Sept., $14.95) by Raymond Buckland provides a guide for those who practice Wicca alone.
Alchemy at Work: Using the Ancient Arts to Enhance Your Work Life (Sept., $14.95) by Cassandra Eason shows how to use alchemy to achieve career satisfaction and prosperity.
Crystal Therapy: How to Heal and Empower Your Life with Crystal Energy (Feb., $9.95) by Doreen Virtue. This pocket guide focuses on crystals that are easily obtainable.
Tarot and Individuation: A Jungian Study of Correspondences with Cabala, Alchemy, and the Chakras (Sept., $29.95) by Irene Gad explores tarot's cabalistic and alchemical symbolism.
Mastering Astral Projection: 90-Day Guide to Out-of-Body Experience (Nov., $21.95) by Robert Bruce and Brian Mercer is a program for achieving this unique phenomenon; includes CD-ROM.
Diary of a Medical Intuitive: One Woman's Journey from No-Nonsense E.R. Nurse to Open-Hearted Healer and Visionary (Sept., $13.95) by Christel Nani explains the relationship between secrets and breast cancer and gives specific steps to begin the healing process. Author tour.
NICOLAS-HAYS (dist. by Red Wheel/Weiser)
The Pregnant Darkness: Alchemy and the Rebirth of Consciousness (Oct., $18.95) by Monika Wikman explains alchemical symbolism and how it can be used to interpret dreams and visions.
READER'S DIGEST BOOKS
Tarot for Today: Use the Insights of the Cards to Gain Clarity and Direction in Your Life (Oct., $19.95) by Joanna Watters is a guide to practicing the art of tarot and developing useful interpretations.
Sky Above, Earth Below (Dec., $15.95) by John P. Milton shows how to use the power of natural energy to create a new relationship with oneself.
SOUVENIR PRESS (dist. by IPG)
I Ching in Plain English (Oct., $11.95) by George Hulskramer, trans. by Rosalind Buck, interprets the ancient text.
Chi Energy Workbook: A Practical Guide to the Essence that Links All Holistic Therapies (Jan., $17.95) by Simon G. Brown explains chi—the essential energy behind holistic therapy and the key to a balanced life. One Spirit Book Club main.
I Ching Decision Maker (Sept., $9.95) by Kim Farnell, illus. by Jan Budkowski. This ancient Chinese oracle helps users to find answers to pressing questions.
THAMES & HUDSON
The New Age: The History of a Movement (Nov., $29.95) by Nevill Drury traces the origins and precursors of the New Age movement, its flowering in the 1960s and growth into an international phenomenon.
366 Celt: A Year and a Day of Celtic Wisdom and Lore (Feb., $16.95) by Carl McColman gives daily inspirations.
Templars in America (Nov., $17.95) by Tim Wallace-Murphy and Marilyn Hopkins claims the existence of two European Templar families who may have come to America before Columbus.