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I’m having a baby boy in December and I’m stumped on names! I’m suddenly realizing that I dislike a LOT of boy names.
His last name will be Gray, and we currently live in the southern USA. I really like traditional names with one widely accepted pronunciation and spelling. I also like longer names that have short nicknames, where both names are pretty widely accepted/known. Both I and my partner are white, and while my family is of Italian origin, I’m not sure it’s a big enough part of our identity as a new family to justify using an Italian name.
If you want to help out, I’d mostly love to discuss the names we have on our “like” list but I’m also open to more suggestions! Tell me which ones don’t go with Gray, which ones do, which are too trendy, etc.
At the risk of looking totally insane, I’ll include all the names people have suggested that we don’t like in case it helps.
His middle name will be one of a few possible family names, we’ll choose it based on how well it flows with the first name.
We sort of like these: Adam Andrew Cameron Christopher Daniel Elijah Emmett Ethan Evan Everett Isaac Jonathan Jordan Joseph Levi Michael Noel Samuel
Like these but can’t/don’t want to use these: Adam Alexander Anthony Benjamin Bennet Conrad David Derek George Henry Jacob Joel John Julian Lee Leo Matthew Michael Nicholas Owen Thomas Victor
Don’t love: Aaron Abraham Aiden/Brayden/Jaden Alan Anton Arthur Ashton Barrett Bradley Beckham Brendan Caleb Calvin Carter Charles Charlie Clarence Colby/Cole Colin Cooper Curtis Dean Dexter Donovan Douglas Dylan Elliot Emerson Eric Flynn Francis Franklin Fredrick Geoffrey Harry Harrison Hudson Hugo Hunter Hyrum Isaiah Jackson Jason Jeremiah Johnson Jonas Judson Justin Kelvin Landon Liam Lincoln Logan Louis Lucas/Luke Mark Martin Mason Maxwell Max Mitchell Nash Nathan Noah Nolan Oliver Orion Patrick Paul Peter Phillip Richard Robert Ryan Sawyer Scott Seth Sebastian Stephen/Steven Sutton Thaddeus Theodore Timothy Todd Trevor Tyler Vincent Warner Warren Wesley Wesson William Wyatt Zachary
I like fantasy drafts
What if each team could build around their star player the right way? No longer limited by bad contracts, poor fits, offsetting time-lines, and fruitless attempts to take down super teams, each team tries to field the most competitive team possible around their designated star.
The rules are simple, complete NBA redraft, each team gets one keeper. Most teams are fairly obvious who the keeper will be, but some are up for debate. Then used the nba
top 100 to rank the order the keepers, best to worst. This will be used as the draft order. Since Simmons and Ball were unranked, I decided to slide them into slots 25 and 26.
So who will be the Championship favorites? What teams will the cellar dwellers? Who will be the most fun to watch? Obviously this is all based on my selections, so I'm sure there will be more than a few that are off base and unpopular. But this took a while, so it's not like I'm going to change anything now! The Keepers
|Team ||Player ||Rank |
|Celtics ||Irving ||10 |
|Nets ||Russell ||28 |
|Knicks ||Porzingis ||18 |
|76ers ||Simmons ||25 |
|Raptors ||DeRozan ||14 |
|Bulls ||Lavine ||27 |
|Caveliers ||James ||1 |
|Pistons ||Drummond ||23 |
|Pacers ||Turner ||21 |
|Bucks ||Antetokounmpo ||7 |
|Hawks ||Schroder ||24 |
|Hornets ||Walker ||19 |
|Heat ||Whiteside ||17 |
|Magic ||Gordon ||29 |
|Wizards ||Wall ||8 |
|Warriors ||Curry ||2 |
|Clippers ||Griffin ||15 |
|Lakers ||Ball ||26 |
|Suns ||Booker ||20 |
|Kings ||Hield ||30 |
|Rockets ||Harden ||5 |
|Mavericks ||Barnes ||22 |
|Grizzlies ||Gasol ||12 |
|Pelicans ||Davis ||4 |
|Spurs ||Leonard ||3 |
|Nuggets ||Jokic ||16 |
|Timberwolves ||Towns ||9 |
|Thunder ||Westbrook ||6 |
|Trail Blazers ||Lillard ||13 |
|Jazz ||Gobert ||11 |
Some contraversial selections:
DeRozan over Lowry - Yes Lowry is better, but he is just more of a complementary player. More fun to build around a center piece, not the ideal second banana.
Simmons over Embiid - Embiid is hurt so much, he just doens't feel like the focal point of the 76ers rebuild anymore.
Curry over Durant - The Warriors are who they are because of Curry, seems only fair. The Results
|Team ||PG ||SG ||SF ||PF ||C ||6th Man |
|Celtics ||Irving ||Allen ||Crowder ||Gibson ||Horford ||Turner |
|Nets ||Russell ||Caldwell-Pope ||Miles ||Markkanen ||Green ||Zeller |
|Knicks ||Fultz ||Murray ||Ingram ||Randle ||Porzingis ||Randolph |
|76ers ||Teague ||Thompson ||Fournier ||Simmons ||Cauley-Stein ||Bender |
|Raptors ||Williams ||DeRozan ||Aminu ||Millsap ||Aldridge ||Jackson |
|Bulls ||Smith Jr. ||Lavine ||George ||Nance Jr. ||Thompson ||Mirotic |
|Caveliers ||Hill ||Matthews ||Iguodala ||James ||Gasol ||Dellavedova |
|Pistons ||Thomas ||Brogdon ||Hood ||Patterson ||Drummond ||Ginobili |
|Pacers ||Lowry ||Waiters ||Simmons ||Morris ||Turner ||Monroe |
|Bucks ||Smart ||Brown ||Middleton ||Williams ||Antetokounmpo ||Lopez |
|Hawks ||Schroder ||Crabbe ||Jackson ||Saric ||Embiid ||Ntilikina |
|Hornets ||Walker ||Smith ||Issac ||Love ||Howard ||Clarkson |
|Heat ||Conley ||Green ||Tucker ||Evans ||Whiteside ||Rose |
|Magic ||Paul ||Barton ||Gay ||Gordon ||Capela ||Vucevic |
|Wizards ||Wall ||Curry ||Kidd-Gilchrist ||Parker ||Jordan ||Lee |
|Warriors ||Curry ||Gordon ||Chandler ||Harris ||Adams ||Payton |
|Clippers ||Mills ||Beal ||Ross ||Griffin ||Noel ||Parker |
|Lakers ||Ball ||Richardson ||Ingles ||Nowitzki ||Cousins ||Beasley |
|Suns ||Rondo ||Booker ||Hayward ||Favors ||Maker ||Rivers |
|Kings ||Lin ||Hield ||Ariza ||Durant ||Kanter ||Faried |
|Rockets ||Joseph ||Redick ||Harden ||Gallinari ||Gortat ||Livingston |
|Mavericks ||Fox ||Oladipo ||Butler ||Barnes ||Ibaka ||Korver |
|Grizzlies ||Bledsoe ||Wade ||Covington ||Green ||Gasol ||Young |
|Pelicans ||Holiday ||Hardaway Jr. ||Batum ||Young ||Davis ||McConnell |
|Spurs ||Rubio ||Bogdanovic ||Leonard ||Ilyasova ||Lopez ||Johnson |
|Nuggets ||Harris ||McCollum ||Snell ||Anderson ||Jokic ||Labissiere |
|Timberwolves ||Beverley ||Wiggins ||Winslow ||Dieng ||Towns ||Smith |
|Thunder ||Westbrook ||Bradley ||Porter ||Chriss ||Valanciunas ||Kaminsky |
|Trail Blazers ||Lillard ||Roberson ||Johnson ||Anthony ||Nurkic ||Powell |
|Jazz ||Dragic ||Johnson ||Tatum ||Johnson ||Gobert ||Mbah a Moute |
1.- Kevin Durant - Sacramento Kings
Doesn't matter who the team is or who the keeper is, this pick was always going to be Durant.
2.- Chris Paul - Orlando Magic
Paul is a pretty clear cut 2nd pick as well. Paul and Gordon are the start of a pretty formidable defensive team.
3.- Draymond Green - Brooklyn Nets
Here is where things get less obvious. What best to pair with a ball dominant combo guard? 3&D Wings fit with anything, and George is one of the best players available. Hayward would probably be the best option to supplement the play-making Russell lacks. Cousins is probably the most talented player available. But I think you take Draymond as the do everything guy to mask Russell's considerable flaws and allow him to shine with the great strengths he does have.
4.- Paul George - Chicago Bulls
Lavine is hopeless on defense, so getting a strong wing defender is a must. George is a great fit, and one of the best talents available.
5.- Demarcus Cousins - Los Angeles Lakers
Cousins is the best player available, and a good fit to pair with the pass-first Ball.
6.- Klay Thompson - Philadelphia 76ers
Priority has to be to get the best shooter available to pair with Simmons. Thompson should fit perfectly.
7.- Joel Embiid - Atlanta Hawks
This is a tough pick to make. Butler is the best player available, but that gives you a ball dominant back-court that doesn't space the floor exceptionally well. Hayward and Love both have the spacing you need, but their below average defense and above average play-making don't fit great with Schroder either. I think rolling the dice with the dynamic big man is the way to go.
8.- Isaiah Thomas - Detroit Pistons
Having a dynamic partner for Drummand in the PnR is the absolute top priority. IT seems like a no brainer here.
9.- Jimmy Butler - Dallas Mavericks
Butler is easily the best player available. Him and Barnes probably form the top wing combos in the league.
10.- Kyle Lowry - Indiana Pacers
The Pacers have three solid options here; Hayward, Conley, and Lowry are all on about the same level. Getting a back-court player I think helps more, and I give the edge to Lowry on talent, so that's the pick.
11.- Gordon Hayward - Phoenix Suns
Similar to the Nets with Russell, I think you need a do everything 2nd option to best utilize Booker's offensive talents. Hayward won't cover his defensive deficiencies, but he has the perfect complimentary skills offensively to really open up the floor for Booker. Plus, he is one of the best available.
12.- Kevin Love - Charlotte Hornets
Not too many worries about fit alongside Walker, so they go with the best available second option in Love.
13.- Markelle Fultz - New York Knicks
The Knicks focus has to be to get a young play-maker to pair with Zinger. Conley is the best available PG, and probably overall player too, but doesn't really fit the time-line with Porzingis. I think they look to the future and draft Fultz.
14.- Mike Conley - Miami Heat
A defensive focused play-maker is the perfect pairing for Whiteside and the win now Heat.
15.- CJ McCollum - Denver Nuggets
Getting a crafty cutter and elite shooter is the ideal fit next to the play-making Jokic. Luckily McCollum is one of the best available.
16.- Bradley Beal - Los Angles Clippers
Clippers are definitely win now with Griffin, and Beal is the best guard available. Plus Griffin can handle some play-making duties, so reaching for a PG isn't necessary.
17.- Paul Millsap - Toronto Raptors
Millsap is easily best available and would be a nice win now complement for DeRozan.
18.- Carmelo Anthony - Portland Trail Blazers
Similar to Charlotte and Toronto, I think Portland just goes with the best available forward they can try to win now with. Dame finally gets Melo to come to Portland in this universe.
19.- Eric Bledsoe - Memphis Grizzlies
I think Memphis tries to follow the same blueprint as Miami, with defensive minded PG/C combo. Bledsoe edges out Dragic in this scenario.
20.- Goran Dragic - Utah Jazz
I think a crafty play-maker that can turn Gobert into an unstoppable dunk machine is the goal here. Dragic should work nicely for that.
21.- Al Horford - Boston Celtics
Getting a rim protector to help deal with Kyrie's defensive shortcomings is a priority. So Jordon is certainly an option here, but Horford is a better fit for their scheme, so I think they go that direction.
22.- Andrew Wiggins - Minnesota Timberwolves
I think Minnesota keeps things familiar, Wiggins is a top talent available and fits the time-line with Towns
23.- DeAndre Jordan - Washington Wizards
Someone who can run the floor with Wall and finish at the basket is the priority. Jordan fits this perfectly.
24.- Khris Middleton - Milwaukee Bucks
Defensive versatility and 3pt shooting is what to surround Giannis with. Just like in real life, Middleton is perfect for that.
25.- Otto Porter - Oklahoma City Thunder
Catch and shoot talent is the best thing to surround Russ with, since he will do everything else for you. Porter is the best available here.
26.- Danilo Gallinari - Houston Rockets
Same thing for Houston as for OKC, except for more of a focus on offensive movement over transition opportunities. Gallinari projects to be a good fit at PF in this system.
27.- Jrue Holiday - New Orleans Pelicans
New Orleans focus is on giving Davis the room to operate, and building a defensive identity. Holiday continues to be the best option here.
28.- Brook Lopez - San Antonio Spurs
Movement, basketball IQ, and defense are the hallmarks of what the Spurs do. Lopez seems like a Pop kind of player, and one of the best available.
29.- Eric Gordon - Golden State Warriors
Curry is still going to cause opposing defenses to gravitate his way, so a 3pt shooter to take advantage is key. Motion and screens are also a priority. Gordon is no Thompson, but will fill the same role.
30.- George Hill - Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron is going to run the offense, doing his drive and kick to the open corner three. Hill is the perfect off ball player for this. Round 2
31.- Andre Iguodala - Cleveland Cavaliers
A wing defender is a must here. Adding Iguodala almost seems unfair.
32.- Steven Adams - Golden State Warriors
Warriors need someone to set hard picks. Adams will do wonders for freeing up Curry and Gordon.
33.- Ricky Rubio - San Antonio Spurs
Spurs really need a play-maker with this pick. Rubio is the perfect Pop'esque player and best PG available.
34.- Nicolas Batum - New Orleans Pelicans
A wing defender and some playmaking to supplement Jrue is the need with this pick. Batum fits the bill.
35.- J.J. Redick - Houston Rockets
Bradley makes a lot of sense here to add 3pt shooting and guard opposing PGs. But Redick is just so good coming off screens, and is a much deadlier shooter than Bradley.
36.- Avery Bradley - Oklahoma City Thunder
Bradley doesn't slip far though, and fills the same role for the Thunder.
37.- Jaylen Brown - Milwaukee Bucks
Bucks have the option to recreate their current big three, but should probably stick with their philosophy of defensive versatility and 3pt shooting to surround Giannis. Brown is a bit of a reach, but is exactly the mold of player they prioritize.
38.- Jabari Parker - Washington Wizards
Another elite finisher and transition player to play with Wall.
39.- Patrick Beverley - Minnesota Timberwolves
The Timberwolves definitely need a defensive ace to play alonside Wiggins. Beverley is very much a Thibs kind of player.
40.- Jae Crowder - Boston Celtics
Boston needs a 3&D player, and Crowder obviously fits Boston's scheme well.
41.- Jayson Tatum - Utah Jazz
Jazz really need a scoring wing with this pick, so they go with the high upside Tatum.
42.- Robert Covington - Memphis Grizzlies
Memphis needs a wing, and is trying to build a defensive juggernaut. Covington is a reach, but best fills the need.
43.- Jusuf Nurkic - Portland Trail Blazers
The Dame/Nurkic partnership seems to be going well, so they will go that direction now too.
44.- LaMarcus Aldridge - Toronto Raptors
DeRozan and Millsap have enough shooting, playmaking, rebounding, and defense to go pretty much any direction here. Aldridge is best available, so he gets the call.
45.- Nerlens Noel - Los Angles Clippers
The Clippers could desperately use a rim protecting center here. Noel seems like the better pick here over Howard or Ibaka.
46.- Gary Harris - Denver Nuggets
Nuggets are going to continue their quest for crafty cutting and 3pt shooting around the point center. Harris has formed great chemistry with Jokic, so he is the pick.
47.- Danny Green - Miami Heat
Heat need a 3&D wing if they are going to succeed at their defensive identity. Green is the best available for this.
48.- Brandon Ingram - New York Knicks
Knicks need a wing, and look to the future again with Ingram.
49.- Dwight Howard - Charlotte Hornets
Hornets could go a lot of directions here, but Howard is probably the top player.
50.- Derrick Favors - Phoenix Suns
Suns biggest need here is a big man with some toughness and rebounding. Favors best available for that.
51.- Dion Waiters - Indiana Pacers
Waiters is one of the top offensive talents left, and Lowry is able to complement him well.
52.- Serge Ibaka - Dallas Mavericks
The Mavs should be looking to play small ball with Barnes and Butler sliding up a position. Ibaka fits this perfectly going up to the 5.
53.- Malcolm Brogdon - Detroit Pistons
Detroit should focus on flanking the IT/Drummond PnR with 3 3&D wings. First priority of which is getting someone to cover top PGs for IT. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is an option, but doesn't feel right after they just jettisoned him. Brogdon feels like the better fit.
54.- Josh Jackson - Atlanta Hawks
The need for Atlanta here is a high upside wing. Jackson is the premier option left for this criteria.
55.- Jeff Teague - Philadelphia 76ers
76ers biggest need for this pick is probably a secondary playmaker to pair with Simmons. Teague is the top PG left.
56.- Dirk Nowitzki - Los Angeles Lakers
Top need for the Lakers is more spot up shooters for Ball to dish to. A Nowitzki/Cousins front-court would present some fascinating matchup issues.
57.- Dennis Smith Jr. - Chicago Bulls
Bulls are on a mission to have the most explosive back-court in NBA history.
58.- Kentavious Caldwell-Pope - Brooklyn Nets
Nets need some wings, since why have Draymond if you aren't going to use him at C? Caldwell-Pope is a good place to start to take pressure off of Russell defensively.
59.- Clint Capela - Orlando Magic
I think the focus for the Magic with this pick has to be a Center who can finish at the rim. Capela makes sense for a PnR partner for Paul.
60.- Jeremy Lin - Sacramento Kings
Kings finally have to determine what their identity will be. With back to back picks they can figure out how to build around Durant. I think Durant is better suited to the 4, so the priority here is a playmaker and a wing. I have Lin as the top PG. Round 3
61.- Trevor Ariza - Sacramento Kings
Ariza has the defensive skill to let Durant focus his energy on offense.
62.- Rudy Gay - Orlando Magic
Magic have to get another scorer here. Gay is the top scoring wing left.
63.- C.J. Miles - Brooklyn Nets
Focus is another wing. Miles is one of the best 3pt shooters that will counteract KCP lackluster offense.
64.- Tristan Thompson - Chicago Bulls
Bulls definitely need an impact big with this pick. Thompson seems like a good fit to add possessions with his offensive rebounding.
65.- Joe Ingles - Los Angeles Lakers
Lakers definitely need best wing available. Ingles seems like just the kind of guy to always know how to be open for Ball.
66.- Evan Fournier - Philadelphia 76ers
Another shooter is the priority here.
67.- Dario Saric - Atlanta Hawks
Saric is a good fit with timeline and skillset.
68.- Rodney Hood - Detroit Pistons
Definitely need a wing here. Hood is the top option.
69.- Victor Oladipo - Dallas Mavericks
Definitely need a guard. Oladipo best available.
70.- Markieff Morris - Indiana Pacers
Morris best available and should fit well.
71.- Thon Maker - Phoenix Suns
Need is either a stretch 5 or PG here. Maker seems like the best fit.
72.- J.R. Smith - Charlotte Hornets
Hornets need a wing shooter here, JR seems like the best fit.
73.- Julius Randle - New York Knicks
I think Knicks could use an old school PF to do some of the dirty work in the paint and take the pressure off of Porzingis. Randle can live in the paint, and help with play-making duties too.
74.- P.J. Tucker - Miami Heat
Heat need their lock-down wing, and Tucker is the best one left.
75.- Ryan Anderson - Denver Nuggets
The Nuggets aren't playing any defense with this lineup, might as well embrace it.
76.- Patrick Mills - Los Angles Clippers
Clippers really need a play-maker here. Mills isn't a pure PG, but the Clippers can lean on Griffin to run Point anyway.
77.- Lou Williams - Toronto Raptors
Raptors need the best floor spacing guard or wing they can get here. Lou seems perfect and they can rely on DeRozan for their play-making.
78.- Andre Roberson - Portland Trail Blazers
Trail Blazers need an off ball wing with this pick, ideally with some defensive skill. I think they determine they have enough offense and go with Roberson.
79.- Dwyane Wade - Memphis Grizzlies
Grizzlies have some great defense and spot up shooting, but lack shot creators. I think Wade is good value here.
80.- James Johnson - Utah Jazz
Jazz are pretty well balanced at this point, so I think they go with best available player. Johnson adds a lot of versatility.
81.- Taj Gibson - Boston Celtics
Boston needs some toughness in their front-court here. I think Taj makes up for some of Horford's softness.
82.- Justise Winslow - Minnesota Timberwolves
Thibs wants a defensive focus'd SF here, and Winslow could be a steal here if he picks back up on his pre injury projections.
83.- Seth Curry - Washington Wizards
I think a floor spacer is key here, and Curry is one of best available.
84.- Marcus Smart - Milwaukee Bucks
At this point with what is available, the Bucks are best off just running Giannis as your primary center. Then have your 6th man be the traditional center that can protect Giannis against bad match-ups and foul trouble. This allows them to get the switching, defense, and play-making they need in Smart, but otherwise couldn't afford with his lack of spacing.
85.- Jonas Valanciunas - Oklahoma City Thunder
Thunder need some talent in the front-court. Valanciunas is a good value and decent fit here.
86.- Cory Joseph - Houston Rockets
Rockets really need someone to play off ball and guard opposing PGs here. The Beverly/Hill players are long gone, but Joseph isn't a bad fit.
87.- Tim Hardaway Jr. - New Orleans Pelicans
Pelicans have a pretty balanced team right now so have some flexibility with this pick. Hardaway Jr. seems like the best value.
88.- Bojan Bogdanovic - San Antonio Spurs
Spurs need some spacing here to offset Rubio. Ginobili is hard to pass up, but I think Bojan is the better player and still fits Pop's mold.
89.- Wilson Chandler - Golden State Warriors
Warriors need a wing here. Chandler seems like a decent off ball option.
90.- Wesley Matthews - Cleveland Cavaliers
Cavs look to get the best player available here. Matthews should be a good fit playing with LeBron. Round 4
91.- Pau Gasol - Cleveland Cavaliers
Same thing for Cavs, looking for the best win now Center to go with their veteran team. Gasol is a good fit here.
92.- Tobias Harris - Golden State Warriors
A stretch 4 is the priority here, and Harris is best available.
93.- Ersan Ilyasova - San Antonio Spurs
Spurs can go big or small here, but I think they choose to go big, knowing Lopez can stretch the floor. Ilyasova seems like he could work here.
94.- Thaddeus Young - New Orleans Pelicans
Pels go with best available PF here, Young should fit in well.
95.- Marcin Gortat - Houston Rockets
Rockets are loaded with shooting and went small, so I think they go for the best rebounderim protector available here. Gortat can also set some nasty screens for this offense.
96.- Marquese Chriss - Oklahoma City Thunder
I think the Thunder go with a PF who can run the floor with Westbrook. I think Criss is a good high upside pick here.
97.- Marvin Williams - Milwaukee Bucks
Bucks look for another plus defender who can space the floor here. Rebounding is also key, so I think Williams fits well.
98.- Michael Kidd-Gilchrist - Washington Wizards
Wizards need a wing defender here. MKG best available.
99.- Gorgui Dieng - Minnesota Timberwolves
The Wolves have plenty of spacing, just in need of some defense in the front court. Dieng should help take the pressure off KAT.
100.- Tony Allen - Boston Celtics
Boston desperately needs a lock-down guard. I think they trust they have enough offense with Kyrie and go with Allen.
101.- Tyler Johnson - Utah Jazz
Jazz go with the best two way SG available, who should be Johnson.
102.- JaMychal Green - Memphis Grizzlies
Memphis needs a PF, and I think they stick with their current one here.
103.- Joe Johnson - Portland Trail Blazers
Portland needs some shooting to offset Roberson, so I think they go with Johnson.
104.- Al-Farouq Aminu - Toronto Raptors
Raptors could use a wing defender here. Aminu seems like a good fit.
105.- Terrence Ross - Los Angles Clippers
Clippers also need a 3&D wing. Not many of those left, but Ross seems the best fit.
106.- Tony Snell - Denver Nuggets
The Nuggets will be abysmal on D, but should at least try to get a versatile defender here. Snell can be that, and stand in a corner and wait for open 3's while the rest of the offense goes crazy.
107.- Tyreke Evans - Miami Heat
Heat have lots of defense, but they need another shot creator here. Whiteside is big enough to handle the paint himself, so the Heat can go without a PF. Evans maybe able to thrive on this team.
108.- Jamal Murray - New York Knicks
The Knicks continue to go with upside.
109.- Jonathan Issac - Charlotte Hornets
A defensive wing is the need here. Hornets roll the dice with a high upside guy.
110.- Rajon Rondo - Phoenix Suns
A defensive PG is the definite need for the Suns here. Rondo is a good fit, and the Suns have enough spacing to cover him.
111.- Jonathon Simmons - Indiana Pacers
A defensive wing is what the Pacers need here. But with none available, Simmons seems as close as they can get.
112.- De'Aaron Fox - Dallas Mavericks
Dallas needs a PG, and with no established ones available that would really put them over the top, they go for Fox.
113.- Patrick Patterson - Detroit Pistons
A defensive minded perimeter 4 would be the best fit here. Patterson seems to fit that bill the best.
114.- Allen Crabbe - Atlanta Hawks
Hawks need a SG here. Kind of a toss up between Crabbe, Barton, Rivers, and Powell. I'll go with Crabbe, since he is the best shooter.
115.- Willie Cauley-Stein - Philadelphia 76ers
76ers actually need a Center for a change. Cauley-Stein seems like the best option.
116.- Josh Richardson - Los Angeles Lakers
Lakers could use a 2 guard who is a plus defender here. Richardson seems like he has the most upside as a 3&D player who fits here.
117.- Larry Nance Jr. - Chicago Bulls
Bulls are looking for a PF that fits their explosive identity. Sounds like Larry Nance Jr.'s music to me.
118.- Lauri Markkanen - Brooklyn Nets
This Nets team isn't going to amount to anything if they don't take full advantage of Green's versatility. So they skip a traditional Center and try to find another shot creator. Markkanen seems like a high upside option.
119.- Will Barton - Orlando Magic
Magic need a SG. Will Barton is best available.
120.- Enes Kanter - Sacramento Kings
Kings need a Center, and trust Durant's defense and rim protection enough to take on Kanter. Round 5
121.- Kenneth Faried - Sacramento Kings
Kings have a deadly small ball Center in Durant, so their 6th man has to fit in that lineup. Faried can be a beast in the paint for them.
122.- Nikola Vucevic - Orlando Magic
Magic have an undersized starting lineup, so I think they opt to grab a big bruiser here. Vucevic hasn't been great to them with their current team, but fits much better here.
123.- Cody Zeller - Brooklyn Nets
Draymond can't play Center all game, so the Nets grab a traditional 5 to play certain matchups. Zeller should be a good fit to free up Miles and Russell on screens.
124.- Nikola Mirotic - Chicago Bulls
Bulls could use a stretch 4/5 for their bench. Mirotic is best available.
125.- Michael Beasley - Los Angeles Lakers
Lakers could use a smaller, defensive focused 4 to protect Dirk from some mismatches. Beasley doesn't fit that perfectly, but definitely gives them flexibility with what they can do.
126.- Dragan Bender - Philadelphia 76ers
I think the 76ers best option to create mismatches is to run a big, athletic lineup, swapping Teague for an athletic forward who can space the floor. Using Bender in this lineup could be very interesting.
127.- Frank Ntilikina - Atlanta Hawks
I think the Hawks roll the dice on a high upside player for their 6th man, knowing Schroder probably has one of the lowest ceilings of any the keepers.
128.- Manu Ginobili - Detroit Pistons
Pistons target a spark plug off the bench, knowing they are short on shot creators outside of IT. Ginobili can do that.
129.- Kyle Korver - Dallas Mavericks
Mavs don't have a lot of spot up shooting in their backcourt, so they go with Korver, who thrives on the drive and kick that Mavs should generate a lot of.
130.- Greg Monroe - Indiana Pacers
Pacers could use a rebounding post man to come off the bench. Monroe should work nicely, and can be protected by Turners rim protection if he slides down to the 4.
131.- Austin Rivers - Phoenix Suns
Suns want an off ball PG here, for when they want to run the offense through Gordan/Booker. Rivers should fit nicely in that role.
132.- Jordan Clarkson - Charlotte Hornets
Hornets want to be able to use Love as Center, so are looking for another shooter here. Clarkson should fit well.
133.- Zach Randolph - New York Knicks
I think the Knicks need a veteran leader here, someone who can go in and get buckets when the young guys are slumping, and spell Zinger at Center. Randolph seems perfect for that.
134.- Derrick Rose - Miami Heat
Heat definitely need an offensive spark plug off the bench. Rose seems like he could be that guy.
135.- Skal Labissiere - Denver Nuggets
The Nuggets need a rim protecting 4 here, someone who can stop the bleeding if opponents are eating this defense alive. I think Labissiere is as close to that as you can get here.
136.- Tony Parker - Los Angles Clippers
Biggest need for the Clippers is a play-maker off the bench. Parker seems like the best value for that.
137.- Reggie Jackson - Toronto Raptors
Raptors also need another pass first PG off the bench, but also needs to space the floor next to DeRozan. Jackson best available here.
138.- Norman Powell - Portland Trail Blazers
Portland needs another SG in the event Roberson can't make his damn free throws. Powell is best available.
139.- Nick Young - Memphis Grizzlies
Memphis doesn't really have that explosive scoring option, so they will look to have one coming off of the bench. That's Swaggy P's game.
140.- Luc Mbah a Moute - Utah Jazz
Utah has a pretty balanced team, biggest need it probably a lockdown wing defender. Luc is one of the last ones left in that area.
141.- Evan Turner - Boston Celtics
Boston's biggest need here is a secondary play-makeshot creator. Turner isn't what he used to be in that regard, but maybe a return to Boston will help.
142.- Ish Smith - Minnesota Timberwolves
Wolves have a definite need for a pass first PG. Ish seems like a good fit for that.
143.- Courtney Lee - Washington Wizards
Another sharpshooter to spell MKG seems like the biggest need for the Wizards. Lee is best available here.
144.- Robin Lopez - Milwaukee Bucks
Bucks definitely need a traditional 5 to take pressure off of Giannis. Lopez is the best of the field here.
145.- Frank Kaminsky - Oklahoma City Thunder
Thunder are pretty well balanced. Adding a stretch big in case Criss' shot doesn't develop is the priority.
146.- Shaun Livingston - Houston Rockets
Rockets need a secondary play-maker to spell Harden. Livingston is best available here.
147.- T.J. McConnell - New Orleans Pelicans
Pels are pretty balanced, could probably use another play-maker. McConnell seems like the best fit here.
148.- Amir Johnson - San Antonio Spurs
Spurs are just going to take the most Spurs'ie player left. Amir Johnson seems like the right guy.
149.- Elfrid Payton - Golden State Warriors
Warriors definitely need another play-maker. Not many good ones left, but playing next to Curry will definitely counter-act Payton's lack of shooting.
150.- Matthew Dellavedova - Cleveland Cavaliers
Cavs need another guy to help out with play-making, play solid defense, and wait for open 3's with LeBron at Center small ball lineup. Outback Jesus was made for this.
So one of my hobbies is making lists of things, for some reason I love it. A while ago I started making a list of books that I wanted to read so I thought I would post it here in case anyone else is interested. I've deleted some books that I've already read so unfortunately it doesn't have a lot of books that I really like in it - one day I will go back and figure out what all I've read and add them. Please add your recommendations!
(It's too long for one post so the rest will be in the comments, also there are prolly a bunch of typos, fair warning!)
Adele g dawson – herbs: partners in life
Bill mollison – introduction to permaculture
David Hoffman – holistic herbal
David Hoffman – medical herbalism
David Hoffman – the herbal handbook: a user’s guide to medical herbalism
David Winston and steven maimes – adaptogens
Frank j lipp – herbalism
Gaea and shandor weiss –growing and using the healing herbs
Henry lu – legendary Chinese healing her bs
Jon hyslep and paul ratcliffe – a folk herbal
Joseph tomocik and leslie garisto – water gardening
Jt garrett – the Cherokee herbal
Judy glattenstein – waterscaping
Judy griffin – mother nature’s herbal
M grieve – a modern herbal
Madonna sofia Compton – herbal gold
Manfred m junius – spagyrics: the alchemical preparation of medicinal essences, tinctures, and elixirs
Maria treben – health from god;s garden
Nancy arrowsmith – essential herbal wisdom
Nicholas culpepper – culpepper’s complete herbal
Pam Montgomery - Plant spirit healing
Pam Montgomery – plant spirit healing: a guide to working with plant consciousness
Paul bereryl – the master book of herbalism
Penny royal – herbally yours
Ran knishinsky – the clay cure
Ran krishinsky – prickly pear cactus medicine
Ruth macfarlane – collecting and preserving plants
Scott Cunningham – the complete book of incense, oil,s and brews
Scott Cunningham – magical herbalism
Simon mills – the dictionary of modern herbalism
Stephen harrod buhner – sacred plant medicine
Stephen harrod buhner – the secret teachings of plants
Susan weed 0 the wise woman herbal for the childbearing year
Thea summer deer – wisdom of the plant devas: herbal medicine for a new earth
Timothy lee scott – invasive plant medicine
Ulrich hist – the healing power of energized water
Varro and tyler – the honest herbal
Alan schmukler – homeopathy: an a to z handbook
Anne read, carol ilstrup, and Margaret gammon – edgar cayce on diet and health
Barbara griggs – green pharmacy
Bernie siegel – love, medicine, and miracles
Bernie siegel – prescriptions for living
Carl Pfeiffer – nutrition and mental illness
Christopher vasey – the naturopathic way: how to detox, find quality nutrition, and restore your acid-alkaline balance
Christopher vassey – the healing power of fever
Cindy l a jones – the antibiotic alternative
David Anderson, dale buegel, and dennis chernin – homeopathic remedies for physicians, laymen, and therapists
Doug marsh – restoring your eyesight
Guido mase – the wild medicine solution
Harish johari – ayurvedic healing cuisine
Henry lu – Chinese system of food, cures, prevention, and remedies
Louisa Williams – radical medicine: cutting-edge natural therapies that treat the root causes of disease
Maesimund panos and jane Heimlich – homeopathic medicine at home
Malcolm strut – wholistic health and livng yoga
Marc Bonnard – the Viagra alternative
Mark bricklin, et al. – rodale’s encyclopedia of natural home remedies
Nathaniel altman – the honey prescription
Pamela Hirsch – the travelers natural medicine kit
Patrick veret, cristina Cuomo, Fabio burigana, and Antonio dell’aglio - nutripuncture
Rajan sankaran – homeopathy for today’s world
S. madhihassan – Indian alchemy or rasayana
Stephen cummings and dana ullman – everybody’s guide to homeopathic medicines
Stephen harrod buhner – the natural testosterone plan
Stephen harrod buhner – the transformational power of fasting
Steve gagne – food energetics
Yann rougier – delta medicine
Ann Berwick – holistic aromatherapy
Erich keller – aromatherapy handbook for beauty, har=ir and skin care
Gabriel mojay – aromatherapy for healing the spirit: restoring emotional and mental balance with essential oils
Kurt schnaubelt – advanced aromatherapy
Kurt schnaubelt – the healing intelligence of essential oils
Scott Cunningham – magical aromatherapy
Shirley price – practical aromatherapy
Arthur kleinman – patients and healers in the context of culture
Benjamim o. bibb and joseph j weed – amazing secrets of psychic healing
Bernard kolster – the acupressure atlas
Brad Huber – Mesoamerican healers
Carol mccain – women as healers
Daniel reid – the tao of detox: the secrets of yang-sheng dao
Donna finando – trigger point self care manual
dossey – healing words
Eric pearl – the reconnection: heal others, heal yourself
Evelyn Monahan – the miracle of metaphysical healing
Harish johari – ayurvedic massage: traditional Indian techniques for balancing body and mind
Harold reilly and ruth hagy brod – the edgar cayce handbook for health through drugless therapy
Jack angelo – self healing with breathwork
Jacob Lieberman – light: medicine of the future
Janet and stewart farrar and gavin bone – the healing craft
John duffy – the healers
Keith Sherwood – art of spiritual healing
L dossey – recovering the soul
Larry dossey – space time and medicine
M Schlitz, amorok, and micozzi – consciousness and healing: an integral approach to mind body medicine
Malcom strut – wholistic health and living yoga
Mary bond – the new rules of posture
Mary Ellen carter and William mcgarvey – edgar cayce on healing
Maureen lochart – the subtle energy body
Michael fox – the healing touch
Mircea eliade – yoga: immortality and freedom
Music therapy for non-musicians
Nicki scully and mark hallert – planetary healing: spirit medicine for global transformation
Peter fraser and harry massey – decoding the human body field
Richard gerber – vibrational medicine
Richard grossinger – planet medicine
Roger dalet: the encyclopedia of healing points: a home guide to acupoint treatment
Shaykh hakim moinuddin chisthi – the book fo sufi healing
Stephen chang – the complete system of self-healing internal exercises
Ted Andrews – how to do psychic readings through touch
Ted Andrews – how to heal with color
Ted Andrews – the healer’s manual: a beginner’s guide to energy therapies
The nature of healing, forward by larry dossey
Ulrich hoist – the healing power of energized water
Wb jonas and cc Crawford – healing, intention, and energy medicine
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – healing arts
Adrienne rich – a wild patience has taken me this far
Adrienne rich – of woman born
Adrienne rich – on lies, secrets, and silence
Adrienne rich – the dream of a common language
Carol Christ – diving deep and surfacing: women writers on spiritual quest
Carolyne larrington – the feminist companion to mythology
Charlene spretnak, ed - The politics of women’s spirituality
Cherrie moraga and Gloria anzaldua, eds – this bridge called my back
Christiane northrup – women’s bodies, women’s wisdom
Clarissa pinkola estes – the creative fire
Denise linn – secrets and mysteries: the glory and pleasure of being a woman
Diane mariechild – motherwit: a feminist guide to psychic development: exercises for healing, growth and spiritual
Diane stein – the women’s book of healing
Elizabeth davis – the circle of life: 13 archetypes for every woman
Elizabeth davis – women’s intuition
Elizabeth dunningham – the wild mother
Elizabeth fisher – women’s creation
Emma goldman – my disillusionment in Russia
Faye ginsburg – contested lives
Gerda lerner – the creation of patriarchy
Gloria hull – all the women are white, all the blacks are men, but some of us are brave
Halie ingelhart – womanspirit: a guide to women’s wisdom
Irene diamond and Gloria Orenstein – reweaving the world: the emergence of ecofeminism
James p spradley – the nacirema
Jan brunvand – the study of americna folklore
Judith plaskow and carol Christ, eds – weaving the visions: new patterns in feminist spirituality
Marilyn frye – the politics of reality
Mary giles – the feminist mystic and other essays on woman and spirituality
Max gluckman – riturals of rebellion in south east Africa
Maya angelou – now sheba sings the song
Monique wittig and sande zeig – lesbian peoples
N Goldberg – changing of the gods: feminism ad the end of traditional religion
Robin morgan – sisterhood is powerfull
Robin morgan – the anatomy of freedom
Sarah lucia hogland – lesbian ethics: toward a new value
Sark – sark’s journal and playbook
Sonia Johnson – going out of our minds: the metaphysics of liberation
Stephanie demetrakapalos – listening to our bodies: the rebirth of feminine wisdom
Suellen m fast – celebrations of daughterhood
Susan griffin – pornography
Susan griffin – woman and nature
Zora Neale Hurston - Folklore, Memories, & Other Writings
Alice bailey – a treatise on cosmic fire
Alice bailey – esoteric astrology, vol 3: a treatise on the 7 rays
Alice bailey – glamour: a world problem
Alice bailey – the rays and initiations
Ambrose bierce – the devil’s dictionary
Andrew Collins – from the ashes of angels
Barbara hand chow – the pleiadian agenda
Barbara marciniak – bringers of the dawn: teacfhings from the pleiadians
Christine r page – 2012 and the galactic center: the return of the great mother
Christopher dell - monsters
Frank joseph – survivors of atlantis
Frederick buechner – on the road with the archangel
Gray henry and Susannah Marriott – beads of faith
IM lewis – ecstatic religion
John de salvo – deoding the enochian secrets
John michell – the dimensions of paradise
Julius evola – revolt against the modern world
Julius evola - The doctrine of awakening
Kenaz filan and raven kaldera – talking to the spirits
Kenneth grant – cults of the shadow
Kingsley dennis – forgotten worlds: from atlantis to the x-woman of Siberia and the hobbits of flores
Len karsten – secret journey to planet serpo
Linda leonard – meeting the madwomen
Mary ann woodward – edgar cayce’s story of karma
Michael hayes – the hermetic code in DNA
Mircea elidae – the sacred and the profane
Nicholas roerich – heart of asia: memoirs from the himalays
Nicholas roerich – shambhala: in search of the new era
Otto frahn – lucifer’s court
Richard wingate – atlantis in the amazon
Robert temply – the Sirius mystery
Ted Andrews – enchantment of the faerie realm
Ted Andrews – the occult Christ
Ted Andrews – the sacred power in your name
Ted Andrews – treasures of the unicorn
The big book of death
The encyclopedia of death
Thomas moore – care of the soul
Timothy wylie – confessions of a rebel angel
Timothy wyllie – the return of the rebel angels: the urantia mysteries and the coming of the light
Tobias churton - Gnostic philosophy
Von braschler – seven secrets of time travel
Will Johnson - the spiritual practices of rumi
William segal and marielle bancou segal – a voice at the borders of silence
WY Evans wentz – the fairy faith in celtic countries
WY Evans-wentz, ed – Tibetan yoga and secret doctrine
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – faerie charms
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – spirits, ghosts, and guardians Zecharia sitchin – divine encounters
B Rowland – birds with human souls: a guide to bird symbolism
Barry lopez – desert notes
Edward o Wilson – in search of nature
Katherine briggs – an encyclopedia of fairies
Kenny ausubel – restoring the earth
Leonie Caldecott and Stephanie Leland, eds – reclaim the earth
Michael bright, ed – exploring the secrets of nature
Paul rezendes – tracking and the art of seeing
Roger Peterson – how to know birds
Sean o’heochaidh – fairy legends of the donegal
Tamarack song – enetering the mind of the tracker
Ted Andrews – animal speak
Ted Andrews – animal wise
Tompkins and bird – the secret life of plants
Alan c kors – witchcraft in Europe
Dj Conway – a witch’s travel guide to astral realms
Edain mccoy – celtic myth and magic
EO James – seasonal feasts and festivals
HRE Davidson – myths and symbols in pagan europe
John desalvo – the lost art of enochian magic
Kenaz filan – the new Orleans voodoo handbook
Luisah teish – carnival of the spire
Luisah teish – jambalaya: the natural woman’s book of personal charms and practical rituals
Margot adler – drawing down the moon
Marion Weinstein – earth magic
More simplified magic
Neil pannick – the pagan book of days
Particia telesco – cat magic
Raymond buckland – practical color magic
Rossell hope robins – the encyclopedia of witchcraft and demonology
Starhawk – dreaming the dark
Starhawk – the fifth sacred thing
Starhawk – the pagan book of living and dying
Starhawk – truth or dare
Ted Andrews – imagick
Ted Andrews – magical name
Ted Andrews – magickal dance
V newall – the witch figure
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – magic of believing
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – star magic
Carmen blacker – the catalpa bow: a study of shamanistic practices in japan
Chas s Clifton, ed – witchcraft today: witchcraft and shamanism
Claudia muller-ebeling, Christian ratsch, and surendra bahadur shahi – shamanism and tantra in the Himalayas
Claudia muller-ebeling, Christina ratsch, and wolf-dieter storl – witchcraft medicine: healing arts, shamanic practices, and forbidden plants
E. jean matteson-langdon and Gerhard baer, eds – portals of power: shamanism in south America
Gary doore – the shaman’s path
Gary seaman and jane s day, eds – ancient traditions: shamanism in crentral asia and the Americas
Joan Halifax – shaman voices
Kenneth meadows – shamanic experience
Kenneth meadows – shamanic spirit
Linda star wolf – sacred medicine of bee, butterfly, earthworm, and spider
Linda star wolf – shamanic breathwork
Linda star wolf and anne Dillon – visionary shamanism: activating the imaginal cells in the human energy field
Martin prechtel – secrets of the talking jaguar
Michael harner – the way of the shaman
Michael winkelman – shamans, priests, and witches: a cross cultural sturdy of magical religious practicitoners
Mircea Eliade – Shamanism
Mircea eliade – shamanism: archaic techniques of ecstasy
Nevill drury – shamanism
Nevill drury – the visionary human
Nevill drury – vision quest
Nicholas brink – the power of ecstatic trance
Nicki scully and linda star wolf – the Anubis oracle
Paul devereux – shamanism and the mystery lines
Paul devereux – symbolic landscapes
Piers vitebsky – the shaman: voyages of the soul – trance, ecstasy and healing from Siberia to the amazon
Raven kaldera and galina krasskova – Neolithic shamanism
Ross heaven – cactus of mystery
Ross heaven and howard g charing – plant spirit shamanism
Simon buxton – the shamanic way of the bee
Buddhism/Taoism/New Age Spirituality/Mysticism
365 Tao: daily meditations
Annie besant – path of discipleship
Austine waddell – Tibetan Buddhism
Beyond good and evil
Bika reed – the rebel in the soul
Brenda Shoshanna – zen miracles
Chet raymo – natural prayers
Claude lecouteux – the secret history of poltergeists and haunted houses
Compendium of all sutra
Dagsay tulku rinpoche – the practice of Tibetan meditation
Damnion brinkely – saved by the light
Dawna morkova – I will not die an unlived life
Deena Metzger- entering the ghost river
Devdutt pattaniak – Indian mythology
Dialogues with a moden mystic
Dzogchen ponlep – mind beyond death
El moray – the sacred adventure
Elizabeth clare prophet – a spiritual approach to parenting
Elizabeth clare prophet – ashram notes
Elizabeth clare prophet – creative abundance
Elizabeth clare prophet – keys to the kingdom
Elizabeth clare prophet – lords of the seven rays
Elizabeth clare prophet – mary Magdalene and the divine feminine
Elizabeth clare prophet – soul reflections
Elizabeth clare prophet – the masters and the spiritual path
Elizabeth clare prophet – the path to attainment
Elizabeth clare prophet – the story of your soul
Elizabeth clare prophet – understanding yourself
Everett ruess – vagabond of beauty
Harold Henderson – an introduction to haiku
Jack cornfield – a path with heart
Jack cornfield – the art of forgiveness, loving kindness, and peace
Jack kornfield – after the ecstasy, the laundry
Jack lee Rosenberg – body, self, and soul
Janet schaffran and pat kozak – more than words: prayer and ritual for inclusive communities
Jean shinoda bolen – the tao of psychology: synchronicity and the self
John blofield – the trantic mysticism of Tibet
John ferguson – encyclopedia of mysticism
John roger barrie – mysticism: contemporary and classical pathways to the infinite
Jonathan montaldo – dialogues with silence
Kyoko nakamuna – miraculous stories from the Japanese Buddhist tradition
Lao tzu – tao te ching
Leonard koren – wabi-sabi for artists, designers, poets, and philosophers
Lin chi – the Taoist classics
Logchempa – you are the eyes of the world
Lucien stryk – zen poems of china
Paul reps – zen flesh, zen bones: a collection of zen and pre-zen writings
Peter marchand – the yoga of the nine emotions
Rachel carson – the sense of wonder
Rampuri – autobiography of a sadhu
Raoul vaneigem – the revolution of everyday life
Rc zaeher – zen, drugs, and mysticism
Richard moss – the I that is we
Rob breszny – images are dangerous
Sue monk kidd – when the heart waits
Surya das – snow lion’s turquoise mane
The compendium of all practices
Thich nhat hanh – a guide to walking meditation
Thich nhat hanh – being peace
Thich nhat hanh – breathe! You are alive
Thich nhat hanh - interbeing
Thich nhat hanh – our appointment with life
Thich nhat hanh – present moment wonderful moment
Thich nhat hanh – the heart of understanding
Thich nhat hanh – the miracle of mindfulness
Thich nhat hanh – the moon bamboo
Thich nhat hanh – the pine gate
Thich nhat hanh – the sun my heart
Thich nhat hanh – the sutra on the eight realizations of the great beings
Thich nhat hanh – transformation and healing
Thich nhat hanh – zen poems
Thich nhat hanh –a rose for your pocket
Tulku thondup – peaceful death, joyful rebirth
Tw rhys davids – sacred books of the Buddhist, dialogues of the buddha
Wes nisker – crazy wisdom
Wes nisker – if you don’t like the news go out and make some of your own
Wes niskur – buddha’s nature
Will Johnston – breathing through the whole body
Wy evans wentz – Tibetan yoga and secret doctrine
Yuan mei – I don’t bow to buddhas
Zoe brezsny – secret freedom
Satirical Psychology (couldn't think of a better name for this section)
Adult children of normal parents
Alan r pratt – the dark side: thoughts on the futility of life
Andrew boyd – life’s little deconstruction book
Andrew boyd – the activist cookbook
Getting in touch with your inner bitch
Healing your inner dog
I am my own best casual acquaintance
I feel much better now that I’ve given up hope
Jerry mander – four arguments for the elimination of television
Mark deny – pyrotechnic insanitarium
Meditations for miserable people who want to stay that way
Mel ash – shaving the inside of your skull
on winokur – the portable curmudgeon
Sylvia plath – Johnny panic and the bible of dreams
Thus spake Zarathustra
Today I will nourish my inner martyr
Echo bodine – a still, small voice: a psychic’s guide to awakening intuition
Jane Roberts – psychic politics
Jodi livon – the happy medium: awakening to your natural intuition
Laila del monte – psychic communication with animals for health and healing
Larry dossey – the power of premonitions
Sharon doubiago – the book of seeing with one’s own eyes
Sherrie dillard – discover your psychic type
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – psycic power
Chaterine shainberg – kabbalah and the power of dreaming: awakening the visionary life
Racehl Pollack – the kabbalah tree: a journey of balance and growth
Billie potts – a new womans tarot
Mary greer – tarot constelaltions: patterns of personal destiny
Mary k greer – 21 ways to read a tarot card
Past life and karmic tarot
Rachel Pollack – forest of souls: A Walk through the tarot
Richard prosapio – intuitive tarot
Rose gwain – discovering yourself through the tarot
Sallie Nichols – jung and the tarot
Cyndi dale – new chakra healing
David pond – chakras for beginners
Harish johari – chakras: energy centers of transformation
Hiroshi motoyama – theories of the chakras
Keith Sherwood – chakra therapy
Sri shyamj bhatnagar and david Isaacs
Arnold mindell – dream body
Catherine shainberg - Kaballah and the power of dreaming
Denise linn – the hidden power of dreams
Klaus vollmar and james Napoli – the big bad ass book of dreams
Marilyn c barrack - dreams
Mary summer rain – in your dreams
Micahel lennox – dream sight
Patricia Garfield – creative dreaming
Patricia telesco – the language of dreams
Raymond buckland – gypsy dream dictionary
Robert moss – dreaming true
Robert moss - The dreamers book of the dead
Sandra Thompson – cloud nine: a dreamer’s dictionary
Ted Andrews – dream alchemy
Trish and rob Macgregor – the everything dreams book
Barb rogers – feng shui in a day
Denise linn – feng shui for the soul
Denise linn – sacred space
Denise linn – space clearing
Denise linn – space clearing a to z
Karen Kingston – creating sacred space with feng shui
Richard craze – feng shui made easy
William spear – feng shui made easy
Alice bailey – esoteric astrology
John Jocelyn – meditations on the signs of the zodiac
Raven kaldera – moon phase astrology
William Thomas and kate pavitt – the book of talismans, amulets, and zodiacal gems
Bm alman and pt lambrou – self hypnosis: the complete manual for health and life change
William w Hewitt – self hypnosis for a better life
Daniel heydon – little giant encyclopedia of numerology
Ghanshyam singh birla – destiny in the palm of your hand
Greg Nielsen and joseph polansky – pendulum power
Little giant encyclopedia – tea leaf reading
May t watts – reading the landscape
Michael brill – numerology for decoding behavior
Paul o’brien – divination: sacred tools for reading the mind of god
Scott Cunningham – divination for beginners
Sirona knight – the little giant encyclopedia of runes
Tom graves – the diviner’s handbook
Young person’s school of magic and mystery – divination and scrying
Ae powell – the etheric double
Maureen lockhart – the subtle energy body: the complete guide
We butler – how to read the aura
Albert c moore – iconography of religions
Barbara g walker – woman’s encyclopedia of myths and secrets
Barbara g walker – women’s dictionary of signs and sacred symbols
Cas Williams – outlines f Chinese symbolism and art motifs
denise linn – the secret language of signs
George ferguson – signs and symbols in Christian art
Jo forty – mythology: a visual experience
Joseph cambell – the mythic image
Joseph cambell – the way of animal powers
Marie louise von franz – alchemy: an intro to the symbolism and psychology
Marie louise von franz – patterns of creativity mirrored in creation myths
Mary beth edelson – seven cycles: public rituals
Mary douglass – natural symbols
Mary douglass – purity and danger
Mircea eliade – birth and rebirth: the religious meaning of initiation in human culture
Mircea eliade – myths, dreams, and mysteries
Mircea eliade – primitives to zen, pt 3
Mircea eliade – rites and symbols of initiation
Wayland hand – popular beliefs and superstitions
C m bache – lifecycles: reincarnation and the web of life
denise linn – past lives, present dreams
Denise linn – past lives, present miracles
Dr. verny – the secret life of the unborn child
Helen wambach – life before life
I Stevenson – children who remember previous lives
I Stevenson – reincarnation and biology: a contribution to the etiology of birthmarks and birth defects
Sabine lucas – past life dreamwork
Ana Castillo – my father was a Toltec
Andrew Harvey – the return of the mother
Carl kerenyi – goddesses of sun and moon
Cf vogelin – the Shawnee female deity
Charlene spetnak – the lost goddesses of early greece
China galland – longing for darkness
Christine r page – the healing power of the sacred woman
Claribel alegria – guerrilla poems of el Salvador
Claribel alegria – woman of the river
Cynthia iamh – brigid’s charge
D jenness – the corn goddess and other tales from Indian canada
De traci regula – the mysteries of isis
Deldon anne mcneely – animus alternus
Diana paul – women in Buddhism
Edain mccoy – celtic women
Elinor gadon – the once and future goddess
EO James – cult of the mother goddess
Erich Neumann - the great mother
Esther harding – woman’s mysteries, ancient and modern
Francesa de grandis – be a goddess
Gareth knight – magic and power of the goddess
Gloria Steinem – outrageous acts andeveryday rebellions
Hallie inglehart austen – the heart of the goddess
Helen andelin – fascinating womanhood
Jean markale – women of the celts
Judith ochshorn – the female experience and the nature of the divine
Lawrence dundin Robertson – the goddesses of Chaldea, Syria, and egypt
Lawrence dundin-robertson – the cult of the goddess
Lawrence durdin-robinson – goddesses of india, Tibet, china and japan
Lenore friedman – meeting with remarkable women
Letty russel – human liberation in a feminist perspective
Letty Russell – the liberating word
Louise erduch – love medicine
Mainrad Craighead – the mothers songs
Margaret murray – the god of the witches
Margaret starbird – the woman with the alabaster jar
Margo adler – drawing down the moon
Marie lousie von franz – alchemy
Marko pogacnik – Christ power and the earth goddess
Mary crow – woman who has sprouted wings
Mfk fisher – sister age
Mircea eliade – birth and rebirth
Miriam and jose arguelles – the feminine as spacious as the sky
Miriam robbins dexter – whence the goddess, a sourcebook
Mj vermaseren – Cybele and attis – the myth and the cult
Monica sjoo and Barbara mor – the ancient religion of the great cosmic mother of all
Nancy rose Exeter – 8 facets of woman spirit
Natalie Goldberg - writing down the bones
Nina simons – moonrise
Nor hall – the moon and the virgin
Norma gooduck – priestesses
Padma prakasha – the power of shakti
Padma prakasha and anaiya prakasha – womb wisdom
Pamela berger – the goddess obscured
Patricia grace – wahine toa
Paul reid bowen – goddess of nature
Paula gunn allen – grandmothers of light
Paula gunn allen – shadow country
Paula gunn allen – the sacred hoop
Penelope washburn – seasons of woman
Polingaysi poyawayma – no turning back
Rita gross and nancy falk – unspoken worlds: womens religious lives in nonwestern cultures
Rosemary burb and nancy manhattan – lesbian nuns
Shirley Nicholson – the goddess reawakening
Susan gitler-emmer – lady of the northern light: a feminist guide to the runes
Susan griffin – woman and nature
Ajit mookerjee – kundalini
Ajit mookerjee – tantra art
Alain danielou – gods of love and ecstasy: the traditions of shiva and dionysis
Alexander lowen – love and orgasm
Amara Charles – the sexual practices of quodoushka
Arthur Avalon – shakti and shakta
Arthur Avalon – the serpent power
David abram – the spell of the sensuous
David Kinsley – the sword and the flute
Derrick Jensen, ed – listening to the land: conversations about nature, culture, and eros
Donald mic – modern sex magic
Dorit marhenke and ekkehard may – shunga: erotic art in japan
Eduardo galeano – book of embraces
Edward Dahlberg – the sorrows of priapus
Elizabeth davis – women’s sexual passages: finding pleasure and intimacy at every stage of life
Eric yudelove – Taoist yoga and sexual energy
Gaston bachelard – the poetics of reverie
gayle Delaney – sexual dreams
Harriet g lerner – the dance of intimacy
His lai – the sexual teachings of the jade dragon
His lai – the sexual teachings of the white tigress: secrets of the female Taoist masters
IM lewis – ecstatic religion
J henslin – studies in the sociology of sex
James n powell – energy and eros
Jean Houston – the search for the beloved
Jessie l Weston - from ritual to romance
Julie Henderson – the lover within
Julie mcintyre – sex and the intelligence of the heart
Lee sannella – the kundalini experience
Lewis hyde – the gift, imagination, and the erotic life of property
Lillian silbarn – kundalini
Mabel – sex and the perfect lover
Margo woods – masturbation, tantra, and self love
Micahela reidl and jurgen becker – lingam massage: awakening male sexual energy
Michaela riedl – yoni massage
Nik douglas and penny slinger – sexual secrets
Nik douglas and penny slinger – the secret dakini oracles
Octavio paz – the double flame: love and eroticism
Paschal Beverly Randolph and maria de naglowska – magia sexualis
Peter marchand – the yoga of the nine emotions
Phillip rawson – tantra the Indian cult of ecstasy
Riane eisler – sacred pleasure
Richard alan miller – the magical and ritual use of aphrodisiacs
Steve penny – how to have great laughing sex
Susan griffin – pornography and silence cultures revenge against nature
Trebbe Johnson and annelise heurich – the world is waiting lover: desire and the quest for the beloved
*Pregnancy and Childbirth *
Ami mckay – the birth house
Andrea Eagan – the newborn mother
Andrea Robertson – empowering women
Anne frye – holistic midwifery
Armstrong and fedlman – a midwifes story
Aviva jill romm – vaccinations: a thoughtful parent’s guide
Balaskas – active birth
Barbara duden – disembodying womn
Barbara Ehrenreich – withces, midwives, and nurses
Barbara harper – gentle birth choices
Blandine clais-germain and nurla vivees pares – preparing for a gentle birth
Brian burthc – trials of labor
Brigette Jordan – birth in four cultures
Carol laderman - wivest midwives
Carol leonard – lady-s hands, lions heart
Carol maccormack – ethnography of fertility and birth
Caroline flint – communicating midwifery
Caroline oblasser – the faceless cesarean
Carolyn merchant – the death of nature
Cecilia benoit – midwives in passage
Chamberlain – babies remember birth
Cynthia carver – patient beware
D eyer – maternal; infant bonding
D stewart – 21st century obstetrics now
D stewart – safe alternatives in childbirth
D stewart – the five standards for safe childbearing
Dana schandt – pregnancy relaxation
David chamberlain – babies remember birth
Dean rafflock and Virginia rountree – a natural guide to pregnancy and postpartum health
Debby takikawa 0 what babies want
Doris havie – the cultural warping of chilbrith
Dr entwisle – the first birth
Elisabeth bing – making love during pregnancy
Elisabeth bing – six practical lessons for an easier childbirth
Elizabeth davis – energetic pregnancy: a guide to achieving balance, vitality, and well being from conception to birth and beyond
Elizabeth davis – orgasmic birth
Elizable noble – essential exercises for the childbearing year
Em cioran – the trouble with being born
Emily martin – the woman in the body
Evlyn bowen – prebirth boding
Faith mcnulty – the burning bed
Faye ginsburg – African American midwifery in the south
Faye ginsburg – conceiving the new world order
Fisher and ury – getting to yes
Gail and tom brewer 0 what every pregnant woman should know
Gena corea – the mother machine
Grantley dick read – childbirth without fear
Gro nylander – breast is best
Gynne Jenkins – reproduction gone awry
Harvey kamp – the happiest baby on the block
Heather bruce – birthing
Helen Churchill – how to avoid a unnecessary cesarean
Hence goer –the thinking woman’s guide to a better birth
Ina may gaskin – ina may’s guide to childbirth
Ina may gaskin – spiritual midwifery
Jane donegan – womena and men midwives
Jane English – childlessness transformed
Jane English – different doorway
Janelle taylor – consuming motherhood
Janet balaskas – active birth
Janet Isaacs ashford – birth stores
Janet Isaacs ashford – natural love
Janice morse – childbirth in America
Jean donnison – midwives and medical men
Jean Sutton – let birth be born again
Jill aviva romm – the natural pregnancy book
Jo Murphy lawless – reading birth and death
Judith goldsmith – childbirth wisdom
Judith Leavitt – brought to bed
Judith rooks – midwifery and childbirth in America
Judy barrett – American midwives
Judy barrett – the American midwife debate
Judy Chicago – the birth project
Kalpana ram – maternities and modernities
Karen michaelson – childbirth in America
Kathryn allen rabuzzi – mother with child
Korte and scaer – a good birth, a safe birth: choosing and having the childbirth experience you want
Lester dessez hazel – commonsense childbirth
Lim – after babys birth
Linda whiteford – new approaches to human reproduction
Lowe and Zimmerman – doulas guide to birth
Maggy howell – effective birth preparation
Marcia good maust – midwives in mexico
Marden wagner – creating your birth plan
Margaret alic – hypatias hertige
Margot Edwards – reclaiming birth
Marie mongan – hypnobirthing
Marilyn moran – birth and the dialogue of love
Marsden wagner – born in the usa
Marsden wagner – pursuing the birth machine
Mary lay – body talk
Mary lay – the rhetoric of midwifery
Mavis Kirkham, ed – birth centers: a social modle for maternity care
Michael kearl – endings
Michel odent – birth reborn
Michel odent – the cesarean
Michel odent – the farmer and the obstetrician
Michelle leclaire o’neill – hypnobirthing
Myra bluebond langer – the private worlds of dying children
Nancy cohen – silent knife
Nancy rose hunt – a colonial lexicon of birth, medicalization, and mobility in the congo
Naomi wolf – misconceptions
P perez – the nurturing touch at birth
Pam England – birthing from within
Pam England and rob horowitz – birthing from within
Pamela Eakins – the American way of birth
Panuthos and romeo- ended beginnings
Partirica stuart macadam – breastfeeding
Preez and snedeker – special women
Raymond devries – regulating birth
Raymond devues – birth by decision
Raymond devues – making midwives legal
Richard moskowitz – homeopathic medicines for pregnancy and childbirth
Ricki lake – your best birth
Rima beth star – the healing power of birth
Robbie davis Floyd – birth models that work
Robbie davis Floyd – daughters of time
Robbie davis Floyd – from doctor to healer
Robbie davis-floyd – mainsteaming midwives
Robbie pfeuffer kahn – bearing meaning
Robert coles – the spiritual life of children
Robert mendelsohn – confessions of a medical heretic
Robert mendelsohn – mal(e)practice
Robin Lim, et al – after the baby’s birth: a woman’s way o wellnessL a compelte guide for the postpartum
Sage femme – birth day
Sage femme – home birth
Sage femme – miss Margaret
Sally inch – birth rights
Sarah buckley – gentle birth
Sears and sears – the birth book
Sheila kitzinger – birth your way
Sheila kitzinger – ourselves as mothers
Shelly romalis – childbirth
Sherri menelli – journey into motherhood
Sirpa wrede – decetering care for mothers
Susanne colson – biological nurturing
Tess coslett – women writing childbirth
Therese blanchet – meanings and rituals of birth in rurual Bangladesh
Tina Cassidy - birth
Toi deriette – natural birth
Valeri am wormwood – the pampered pregnancy birth box
Valerie lee – granny midwives
Valmai elkins – the rights of the pregnant parent
Vicki lukere – birthing in the pacific
W penn handwerker – births and power
Wendy savage – birth and power
William ray anney – power and the profession of obstetrics
Wito – care in normal birth
Working women in labor
Ybonne brackbill – birth trap
Yvonne lefeber - Indigenous customs in childbirth and childcare
Yvonne lefeber – midwives without training
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