This is a collection of 21 essays on a variety of occult-themed topics, covering the full spectrum of classic esoteric and related subjects, which include Hermeticism, alchemy, magic, the Kabbalah, ancient wisdom and philosophy, the Tarot, Rosicrucianism, Freemasonry, Theosophy, and spiritualism, by some of the most notable and prominent names in the history of those subjects.
This collection was compiled specifically with the student in mind. The contents include:
- “Ceremonial Magic and Sorcery” by Manly P. Hall
- “Hermetic Philosophy” by William Q. Judge
- “Rosicrucian Letters” by Franz Hartmann
- “Notes on the Astral Light” by Eliphas Levi
- “The Stone of the Philosophers” by Arthur Edward Waite
- “Ritual Unity of Roman Catholicism and Hinduism” by C. Jinarajadasa
- “Gematria and the Letter G” by Leopold F. Strauss
- “The Grail Romances and the Tarot” by Julius Lachner
- “The Story of John Dee and Edward Kelly” by William Henry Davenport Adams
- “Symbolism of the Equilateral Triangle” by Lydia Bell
- “How Clairvoyance is Developed” by C. W. Leadbeater
- “Regarding Paracelsus” by Silas Browning
- “Egyptian Mysteries and Modern Freemasonry” by Henry Ridgely Evans
- “The Mystery of Numbers” by Seth Pancoast
- “Symbolism of the Masonic Apron” by Joseph Fort Newton
- “The Society of the Rosicrucians: A Rough Sketch of Their Fundamental Doctrines” by William Q. Judge
- “A Lecture to Enquirers into Theosophy and Practical Occultism” by William Wynn Westcott
- “Philosophy of the Sublime” by Henry T. Edge
- “The Veil of Alchemy” by Arthur Edward Waite
- “Aphorisms from the East” by Helena P. Blavatsky
- “The Legend of Hiram Abiff” by Manly P. Hall
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- Lacey James
Just what I was looking for. I kept going back and listening to it and as I continued my study I heard things that I missed from my first & second time.
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Love the Book Not a fan of the Reader voices
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this was a very good collaboration of information for any esoteric reader. I found it very insightful.