Bruno Hare, creator of the Archive, passed away on
April 27, 2010. His
vision included a sacred text archive of largely
Public Domain works
that would remain accessible worldwide, and
would be forever free
The vision of John
Bruno Hare is alive and well. Plans for new
texts, new products and
mobile applications, and new versions of the
site itself have been
underfoot for some time, and patiently await birth.
In memory of JBH's
passing, ISTA presents the first new content ever added to the
Archive since April 2010, along with some featuring of existing
content. The theme, loosely, is Remembering Bruno, the Afterlife, and
1. "The Death and
Afterlife of Mellen-Thomas (How I Died and Lived To Tell About It)",
by celebrated afterlife authority Mellen-Thomas Benedict (2012).
2. "Yogic Alchemy
in Taijiquan," by Greg Brodsky (2012).
3. John Bruno Hare
2012 Tribute Video, by Evinity Publishing, Inc. (2012).
4. Book of the
Dead, by E. A. Wallace Budge (1895) (Project Gutenberg).
5. "The Mayan
Calendar," by John Bruno Hare (Undated).
6. Articles by John
Bruno Hare and Related Content:
7. The Dance of
Death, by Francis Douce, Hans Holbein (1833), Plus Dance of
Death, by Austin Dobson, Hans Holbein (1903).
8. Project Gutenberg texts generously furnished by Mr. Robin Knapp: