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INTERSTELLAR SOLAR/LUNAR DYNAMICSprice: $3
Written: 2006
Ever wonder what sex is like in another solar system? Uh, gender that is, not the activity! It is possible that gender on Earth gets its Yin-Yang character and functioning from our planet?s unique Sun and Moon cycles, and also our position between Venus and Mars. Gender as we know it may not exist on a life-supporting planet in another solar system if it has different solar-lunar and planetary dynamics.

THE COMPATIBILITY OF COMPOSITE AND DAVISON RELATIONSHIP CHARTSprice: $6
Written: 2007
Relationships are as unique as any individual; whether they are harmonious or antagonistic, they're always one of a kind. While the use of the Composite method in understanding relationships is common amongst astrologers, many are not familiar with the Davison technique. It's sometimes denegrated, or misrepresented by software companies or missapplied by assigning specific roles between them. Amir Bey has discovered essential and consistent parallels between the two that suggest their combined use; by using those parallels and their differences valuable insights are gained. (15 pages)

THE EQUINOX CELEBRATION TAROTprice: $25 for one deck and book; postage included- with expanded instruction book emailed, $35
Written: 1993-2010
THE EQUINOX CELEBRATION TAROT may be the only tarot deck where the images are directly derived from 3-D images. Photographed from bronzes cast from from Amir Bey's stone carvings for The Equinox Celebration at the Pyharam, they are the result of occult and visual research that began in 1976. Comprised of 36 cards inspired by the 36 Egyptian decans, this unique contribution to tarot is a remarkable tool for understanding complex issues using interactions between the images.

BLACKBEAR, BRICELAND, & ALL POINTS NORTH AND SOUTHprice: $5
Written: 2000
An autobiographical account of Amir Bey's years in several communes, The Motherfuckers of the East Village, Black Bear Ranch in Siskiyou County, CA, and at Briceland, California, between the years 1969-71. Moving from the nihilism of a counter cultural commune in New York to the highly motivated utopian vision of a unique California commune and back, Bey took a journey through social and physical environments that no longer exist and were instrumental in forming his personal aesthetics and the communities that they speak to. (10 pages)

LETTERS TO THE KING #1price: $1.50
Written: September, 2001
A series of letters to The King from the legendary geni, Sharif Al Din. The geni was sent by The King on a mission to observe and protect his son, The Prince, who was intensely in love with The Shaman.

LETTERS TO THE KING #2price: $1.50
Written: October, 2001
The second installment of the letters of the legendary geni, Sharif Al Din to The King. Here, The Prince and The Shaman have had the most unusual offspring.

LETTERS TO THE KING #3price: $1.50
Written: January, 2002
The Prince and The Shaman are temporarily physically separated and The Prince, who misses The Shaman, is later visited by two of their children.

LETTERS TO THE KING #4price: $1.50
Written: April, 2002
In this fourth installment, The Shaman returns home to find her timple desecrated by the foul troll, Bone. The Prince and The Shaman team together to cleanse the temple after The Shaman rids her domain from Bone's presence.

LETTERS TO THE KING SERIES, #S 1-4price: $5.00
Written: 2001-02
Purchase all four letters from the legendary Geni, Sharif Al-Din to his king concerning the prince's love for the shaman, for a reduced price.

OMISSIONS AT THE METprice: $3
Written: Dec 1, 2003
THE NEW TIMES HOLLER!'s critical review of the New York Metropolitan's exhibit, Turning Point: Oribe and the Arts of Sixteenth-Century Japan. This is a two-part article, which includes a review of the exhibit in the first part, and a description of a discussion between the curator, Miyeko Murase, and Amir Bey, in the second.

USANAGI, OR USAGI FINDS HIS ROOTSprice: $4
Written: 2004
This is the story of a rabbit, Usagi, who finding out his name means "Rabbit" in Japanese, wonders if he is related to Unagi, which means "Eel" in Japanese. He goes on a perilous journey to discover the mystery of his roots. This story is also Amir Bey's recipe for eel and rabbit casserole. Here is an excerpt from the story: "Usagi did not listen very closely to Unagi, because he was absorbed in this question of their connection, and decided to consult the experts on the possibility of their kinship. First he went to a chef in a very popular restaurant. ?How do you do, Mr. Chef, would you know what the connection is between Unagi and me? Are we related? After overcoming his amazement at this talking rabbit, the chef said, ?I have no idea what you are thinking about, or why it is of any importance. I think you are either a very brave rabbit or a foolish one for coming to me. I have several pans and choice plates to cook and serve you in ? I will offer you a choice, if you?d like!? Hearing this Usagi bounded down the street."

BUSH/KERRYprice: $1
Written: October 2004
A preview of an upcoming debate between George Bush and John Kerry, viewed from the perspective of a boxing match that uses their astrological charts to describe their strengths and weaknesses.

RICEprice: $1
Written: February 6, 2005
A whimisical look at the pligth of Rice Basmati, a grain of rice who struggles to maintain his life and dignity in the face of cavity-infested molars.

JIMI HENDRIX LIVESprice: $1
Written: April 1, 2005
A review of a powerful performance of Jimi Hendrix's music played by The World Saxophone Quartet held at The Jazz Standard, which featured David Murray, Hamiet Bluiett, Oliver Lake, Bruce Williams, and for that night, Craig Harris on Trombone, and the rhythm section featured two jazz scions, Jimmy Garrison's son Mathew on electric bass and Oliver Lake's son Gene on drums.

24price: $1
Written: April 5, 2005
A THE NEW TIMES HOLLER! review of the popular adrenalin-producing TV show "24", Starring Keifer Sutherland.

AN IMAGE OF AFRICAprice: $1
Written: February 18, 2006
From THE NEW TIMES HOLLER!'s Science Section, this is a description of a phenomenon in East Harlem that attracted the attention of an array of scholars and spiritualists. What was it? A portentous image that appeared in a sidewalk on East 110th street!

HURRICANE ERNESTOprice: $1
Written: September 1, 2006
An interview with Hurricane Ernesto, the nephew of Katrina. The Hurricane decides he's had enough of the hipocracy of humans and returns to being a force of nature.
 
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