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The system of magic from this book regained popularity in the 19th… more. Besides the biblical five books of Moses Pentateuchthere are other writings ascribed to Moses pseudepigraphically no doubt. The so-called Sixth and Seventh books of Moses in particular consists of a collection of texts which purport to explain the magic whereby Moses won the biblical magic contest with the Egyptian… more. The Golden Verses of Pythagoras are… more. Anton Szandor LaVey was a man full of biting wit, iconoclastic insight and, above all, a most astute and adroit observer of human folly and misinterpretation, himself being subjected to the latter more than anyone in recent memory.
In this book, published after two decades of inactivity to the world of printLaVey sheds light… more. In “A Manual of Cartomancy” appeared, heavily revised with a few additional chapters. The title page identifies the book as the fourth edition it was actually the second and it is this edition that is reproduced by University Books… more. First published in Latin in”The Hermetic Museum” is an anthology of alchemical writings, some so ancient as to be anonymous. Writers included have become part of historical legend: Helvetius, Delphinus, Michael Maier.
Readers will find here an alchemical initiation, a sign to the seeker that there is a mystery and that… more. While Waite was an occultist, he was very concerned with the accuracy of the symbols he used for his deck, and he did much research into the traditions, interpretations,… more. Waite, first in “The Key to the Tarot” p. The Turba Philosophorum Called also The Book of Truth in the Art and the Third Pythagorical Synod reprint of a edition or assembly of the alchemical philosophers, is one of the earliest Latin alchemical texts, probably dating from the 12th century.
It introduced many of the key themes of the alchemical tradition and was… more. Eliot Wolfson corroborates this claim, calling the Sefer Yetzirah “one of the most ancient books of Jewish esotericism,” and cites sources dating the Sefer Yetzirah back to the third century C.
The text itself is quoted as… more. Basil LaCroix is one of those old-time great Magicians who learned by the pragmatics of worldly travels in lieu of the theoretics found in most books. Now in his late 80s, Basil LaCroix a. Basil Crouch has decided to reveal the secret of The Egyptian Mystical Box a device that can change -the course of life! But this is not simple magic it requires time and commitment.
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You are asked to call upon powerful… more. This is the most dangerous book you will ever hold in you hands. It is books of secret rituals.
The ceremonies are powerful beyond belief. They can be dangerous if treared lightly, but if directions are faithfully followed then no barm should befall you. After reading this books you life will never be same, its magic will… more. To the Seers and the Occult Initiates alike, this book will appeal with magical force. Truth needs no apology therefore, none will be offered as an excuse for this publication.
Basil Lacroix – Book of Forbidden Knowledge
It is our desire that our readers may some… more. All effective magick stands on three legs: If any of these three is lacking, then the work is likely to fail once… more.
WHAT I HAVE to tell about the hereafter, and about life after death, consists entirely of memories, of im ages in which I have lived and of thoughts which have buffeted me. These memories in a way also underlie my works for the latter are fundamentally nothing but attempts, ever renewed, to give an answer to the question… more. Jung chose the name of a gnostic writer who taught in Alexandria around A.
It was a custom for authors of spiritually oriented material to attribute the… more. In the essay titled “The Major Arcana” I emphasize that “something happened” to the Tarot in the late s, when a new trend emerged in the images of the Major Arcana. I point to the Marseilles family of decks and the Etteilla Tarots to illustrate my point. It was usually written on a papyrus scroll which was sent with the prepared… more. Zanoni is an novel by Edward Bulwer-Lytton This piece of literature describes a fascinating story of love and occult aspiration.
By way of introduction, the author confesses: His book presents a well researched and easily readably description of this religion. Mostly he focuses upon how the religion was spread in the Roman Empire, where it originated and some of its basic dogmas.
However, if you are looking for… more. Reprint of the Edition, Wizards,pages. Paracelsian text translated and commented on by Hartmann with some of the footnotes by H. Used by the renowned 11th edition as well as the current edition of The Encyclopedia… more.
As an interpretive essay I found it quite interesting, delving deeply into the meanings of the various mystical symbols in the drama, although I… more.
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The lesser crystal sphere The greater crystal sphere Universal crystalline sphere A consideration of the ancient methods Further considerations the methods of Dr. Dee and Sir Edward Kelly… more. Although the title of this book may seem, to some who have not read its contents, to be both presumptuous and unwarrantable, it is hoped that these will reserve their judgment until they have given due attention and consideration to the study of such an important subject.
We are living in strange times. This little book has been written in the spirit of Suggestive Inquiry, and the writing of it has led to many illuminating ideas in regard to the Universal Tradition as disclosed by the Tarot Trumps. Light on the Egyptian Revival Essence of… more. Rumi was a Persian jurist and theologian best known for being perhaps the finest of all Sufi poets.
His writings have been widely translated and remain especially popular in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Jamia scholar and mystic, is considered by many to be one of the greatest Persian poets of the 15th century. This volume, edited by F. Apollonius of Tyana was a Greek Pythagorean philosopher and teacher. He was roughly a contemporary of Jesus.
At the age of 20 Apollonius began a five year silence, after the completion of this term of silence he traveled to Mesopotamia and Iran…. According to Mead, the hymns here presented were inspired by the best of ancient Egyptian wisdom filtered through Greek philosophy.
He greatly regretted the fact… more. The hymn of Jesus is part of the Acts of the apostle John, a text rejected at the second council of Nicaea Mead thought it was almost certain that the hymn was actually a mystery rite, and possibly the earliest Christian rite to have survived. Modern scholars still think this is a very plausible suggestion and assume the… more. The first instalment in the Echoes from the Gnosis series is itself an echo of Meads qualification of the Hermetica as the Religion of the mind.
He celebrated the Hermetic gnosis as the gnosis whichhas as its foundation the Single Love of God, it endeavours to base itself upon the True Philosophy and Pure Science of Nature and… more. The Gnostic crucifixion is also part of the Acts of the apostle John along with The hymn of Jesus Echoes 4the Hymn of the robe of glory Echoes 10 and The wedding song of Wisdom Echoes 11 it belongs to the Christian-gnostic works. The apostle John receives a vision in which Christ explains to him the signficance of… more.
The next instalment in the Echoes series was the translation of a fourth-century manuscript which had only recently been discovered by the German scholar Albrecht Dieterich in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris in and published by him in Prior to this edition, the knowledge of Mithraism was based on a few fragments … more.
The Hymn of the robe of glory is also known as the Hymn of the pearl and belongs to the Acts of Thomas, which were written in Edessa around The hymn narrates how a prince encounters the robe which he had left behind at home in heaven: At once, as soon as I saw it,The Glory looked like my own self. The idea of the mirror… more. Astrological geomancy is an ancient method of divination.
The word geomancy means earth divination and is believed to have come from the use of sand to generate the geomantic figures, the basis of prediction in geomancy. This also accounts for its Arabic name, ilm al-raml, literally the science or wisdom of the sand.
This is the text of the Gardnerian Book of Shadows. In one sense, this is the central sacred text of the Wicca religion. Typically each coven has a hand-written copy of a Book of Shadows, sometimes in cypher or code, which reflects its own… more. THIS book, which now leaves our hands, concentrates in a small compass -the results of very considerable labour, and the diligent study of very many books in languages living and dead. Geomancy is an Art of Divination, wherby the judgement may be rendred by lot, or destiny, to every question of every thing whatsoever, but the Art hereof consisteth especially… more.
But the 4th Book was obviously not written by Agrippa and bears no… more. But the 4th Book was obviously not written by Agrippa and bears no resemblance to his style of writing. IT is exceedingly gratifying to me that a second edition of this book should be called for.
But still more welcome is the change in the attitude of the educated world towards the old-time alchemists and their theories which has taken place during the past few years. The theory of the origin of Alchemy put forward in Chapter I… more.
The Case of Charles Dexter Ward has long been one of my favorite books. Charles Ward is an intellectual young recluse steeped in antiquarianism much as Lovecraft himself was who discovers horrible secrets about a distant ancestor, one consciously expunged from public records and histories at the end of his ill-begotten life….
My book has been praised as a good meaningful book by some reviewers and by many readers, to judge from the mail I have received during the past thirty years.
It is patently an open sesame to one level of interpretation. The Occult Review, now defunct, published a critical review by Archibald Cockren who took me rather severely… more. A treatise concerning the treasure and most precious stone of the philosophers. Or the method and procedure of this divine art with observations drawn from the works of Arnoldus, Raymondus, Rhasis, Albertus, and Michael Scotus THIS work casts out cruel disease from the human body, disease produced by malignant… more.
This was a key work of 17th century alchemy. A number of editions were issued over the gasil decades and it was included in a number of alchemical compendia.