In 1982, the publishing company, Die Silberschnur, was founded by Helga Huber, the mother of the present general manager, Stefan Huber. She was motivated by the desire to bring spiritual knowledge closer to the broader public.
The best seller author of the beginning years of the publishing company is the well-known doctor and death researcher, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. Her book Über den Tod und das Leben danach (About Death and Life Thereafter) quickly became a big success. It has been translated into several languages and at the present, it has sold over a million copies around the world.
Then, the publishing company published the healing angel symbols from the successful author, Ingrid Auer, which thus makes the support from the world of angels accessible to everyone. Other books such as Erfolgrezepte (Recipes for Success) by Franziska Krattinger show the possibilities for supporting healing processes with mental powers and successfully shaping one's life. In this connection, special mention is to be made of Kurt Tepperwein, a non-medical practitioner and psychotherapist, who as a master of positive thinking also examines the topics of health, healing, success and mental training. An enrichment of the publishing company's assortment is provided in particular by the books by Olivia Moogk, which examine the subject of Feng Shui, and the health titles, which were published under the name, Caducee-Edition. More bellestristically oriented esoteric titles have recently appeared in the Tazy-Edition and these include the world best sellers by the Canadian author, Anne Robillard.
In the meantime, the publishing company, Die Silberschnur, has over 300 books in its publishing program and publishes 30 to 40 new books each year. The company's intent is to provide an impetus for new perspectives, which are to contribute to further spiritual and mental development.
In our Rights Catalogue, we are pleased to give you an overview about a selection of books from the SILBERSCHNUR programme and the new publications.
Please take your time to look through our Rights Catalogue:
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