Please suggest sites here for Retail businesses selling consumer items, that have a substantial local presence (for example, as an employer) in Salem, Massachusetts, USA. Businesses that offer sales online or by phone/mail only to customers in a limited geographic area (example: online grocery delivery services) may be suggested here. Sites with multiple locations or offering online sales at a national level should be suggested to the one most appropriate category in Shopping. Business that offer specialized items for sale sites such as machinery, vehicles, construction materials, etc, should be suggested to their specific industry category.

Before you suggest your site:

  • The title should be the agency, business or organization name as it appears on your website.
  • The description should be a brief summary of your website''s purpose or products and services. It may also include information about some features of the site. It should be written in English and in complete sentence form.

If your site''s locality is somewhere other than Salem, please select the appropriate Locality. If your site is for a business or organization that has multiple locations, please select the best County or Regional category.

Esoteric and Occult is a broad category embracing religious and mystical traditions and practices throughout history which have served as alternatives to mainstream religions. Esoteric and Occult also encompasses secret societies, underground groups and unusual activities that fall within occultism, meaning the study of hidden things, that is, the hidden structure of reality and of humanity.

The esoteric movement in the West began with Græco-Roman traditions of magic and mystery, and has continued to the present day through such well-known traditions as Neo-Platonism, Alchemy, Kabala, and Theosophy.

Egyptian and other ancient religions have long been of esoteric interest although they are not truly alternative; they were mainstream religions in their native cultures, and only became esoteric after they were revived centuries or millennia later. These revivals have sometimes embraced traditions of questionable historicity such as occult Templarism and medieval Witchcraft, as well as real traditions seen through a distorted historical lens.

Since the 19th century many Western esotericists have cultivated interests in Eastern mysticism as well. Yoga is commonly practiced by esotericists today, and modern occult conceptions have been strongly influenced by Hinduism, Buddhism and Taoism, especially as interpreted by Theosophy and Thelema.