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It is one esoterkc those rare works that really is ideal for beginners or advanced students alike. He is also the editor of an esoteric journal. If you are looking for a fine guide to assist in your work, regardless of whether you want to practice alchemy, qabala, or astrology, I can suggest nothing better than “Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge”.
There is no wasted language in Dubuis’ explanation of things. Knowlege in many manuscripts from the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries, Abano’s ‘handbook’ deals extensively with interpretive methods.
The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge
A small detail overlooked by many, but signifying the complex dual aspects of the four edoteric ‘Elements’ as seen in Hermetic texts. Schrodter is an encyclopedic author who manages to synthesize several hundred years worth of information on energy transference and healing into slightly over pages. Where many books give specific Qabalistic, Celtic, or Egyptian style tours of the Inner Planes, Highways explains in detail the process whereby they are created, as well as how and why they work.
Return to Book Page. The short section on zodiacal meditations takes a year itself. Given the current climate and need for people feel as if they can have some impact on the ‘course of human events’, this book is a welcome addition to attempting to integrate esotericism into practical daily life without getting overly political in direction.
Refresh and try again. He deals with difficult subjects and presents them in an intelligent and experienced jnowledge. The extraordinary power and intensity of Tarot de Paris incorporates a dazzling array of classic and contemporary art and architecture from the world’s most beautiful city.
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In an increasingly fickle market where many beginners books come and go, Techniques of High Magic has managed to hold its own. Alchemy in art and entertainment. April 29, Vauciennes. It supplies a foundation that will carry you through several lifetimes.
KJ Wesley marked it as to-read Mar 26, At the end of reading Highways of the Mind the reader is left with the confidence that they not only understand pathworkings, but are also able to create them on their own, regardless of their chosen tradition or pantheon.
As such, the deck is not a good ‘starter set’. The box for The Tarot de Paris reads: Sky Feather marked it as to-read Dec 04, Chuck Shumway added it Sep 14, Students of healing, Rosicrucianism, Qabala, and Alchemy with find it of much interest and use. Heavily influenced by the Aurum Solis writings of Denning and Phillips, Regardie, William Gray, and other modern authorities on ritual magic, the book sets forth their purpose, methods of work, rituals performed, and suggested reading list and study guide.
His scientific and highly analytical mind allows the information to be presented in an amazing clarity free of the usual ‘occult speak’ and mumbo jumbo that often leaves the reader feeling either dissatisfied or simply bored. The Experience of Eternity.
Greer is a longtime student of Hermeticism. This awakening has led knowkedge a lifetime of experience in European and American esoteric circles which he brings to his present work.
For more information on The Body of Light, see: The core of their practice was in the development of the ‘Body of Light’ through breathing, visualization, and the power of the egregore, or group mind. Chapters on astral projection, divination, the tarot, and evocation round out the text. Some people were even doing dubuus with it prior to the events of Sept.
Kevin Ellis is currently reading it Mar 15, Eight is the number of Mercury in qabala and alchemy, and Mercury plays a significant role in jsan deck.
Author of numerous works on esoteric practices and philosophy, Evola is a name that all serious students of esotericism should be familiar with.
Melanie Wolfe marked it as to-read Mar 17, Jennifer Keithley marked it as to-read Apr 30, Books by Jean Dubuis. Ryan O’neill marked it as to-read Jul 21, Fulcanelli looks at the great cathedrals of France and explains the symbolism and structure in alchemical and qabalistic fundamentqls. While this may appear to have been ‘done before’, what makes this book different is that each paragraph is packed with information.
For the Minor Arcane, Earth become ‘Matter’, and in several instance is symbolized by octagon shaped coins. All areas of significance are covered: The Tarot de Paris is a finely designed box of 78 unique and original cards, along with a hardbound book dbuis the inspiration, history, and meaning of the deck.
Easy to read and use, as far as geomancy goes, Greer has made a lasting contribution to knowledfe field of practical occult research. Also, despite its format of twelve lessons, there is no way the material it contains can be performed in a single year. Qabala and Magic Titles. Author of four books published by Llewellyn he is certainly not their best selling author, but is by far one of their best.
In The Hermetic Tradition, Evola discloses in clear and meaningful terms the ideas present and their use in practice. Com marked it as to-read May 30,