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However, occultists who want to understand a man who was a major force in Italian esotericism, and who to this day is having more of an impact after this death than when he was alive as a result of translations and symposiums, will find a wealth of knowledge and esoteric insight.
All areas of significance are covered: Dramatic colors, ‘Daliesque’ juxtaposition of images, and a keen sense of simplicity yet detail, are the hallmark of these cards. While it is titled an ‘Introduction’ beginners may find it not only daunting but frightening. The use of Hebrew and alchemical terms is almost non-existent giving this very old material a very fresh perspective. The short section on zodiacal meditations takes a year itself.
The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge
Not so with John Wsoteric Greer. Alchemy in art and entertainment. York Beach, Maine pages, index, photo Paperback. The short section on zodiacal meditations takes a year itself.
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Writing from the perspective of an experienced occultist, Evola warns the reader of potential problems of undertaking Eastern systems, Hatha Yoga in kmowledge, without a fuller knowledge of their purpose and potential.
Chapters on astral projection, divination, the tarot, and evocation round out the text. Much of the information it contains, its take on the cards, and especially as noted the new names for many of the cards, is highly insightful and transferable to what have become modern ‘traditional’ decks – be they Rider-Waite, Papus, Wirth, Case, or even Crowley’s Thoth deck.
Published by Triad Publishing. A silk cloth inspired by the famous rose window of Notre Dame is included and estoeric be used to wrap the deck when not in use, or for laying them on when doing a reading.
Frater Adsum Iterum and a small band of magicians in Duubis, Washington were some of them. Introduction to Magic is no different. Also, despite its format of twelve lessons, there is no way eubuis material it contains can be performed in a single year.
Institute for Hermetic Studies
The shortened rituals they present for the consecration of the four principle Elemental Tools alone is worth the price. Frater Fsn rated it it was amazing Feb 08, Retrieved from ” https: Contact them directly by email or phone for ordering information.
Schrodter helps us to bridge that gap and makes the visible and invisible worlds of the Renaissance Magi accessible to modern practitioners of the arcane arts.
It is the kind of text that one refers to again and again, replacing so many of the other texts you’ve grown familiar with. Jacob Senholt marked it as to-read Jan 09, Alicia Whitney marked it as to-read Mar 22, His previous works published by Inner Traditions should be standard reading for any serious academic or practical student of occultism.
Schrodter is an encyclopedic author who manages to synthesize several hundred years worth of information on energy transference and healing into slightly over pages. Melissa marked it as to-read Mar 11, In addition to The Hermetic Tradition, Inner Traditions has also published several additional works of his in translation: Author of four books published by Llewellyn he is certainly not their best selling author, but is by far one of their best.
It supplies a foundation that will carry you through several lifetimes. While this may appear to have been ‘done before’, vubuis makes this book different is that each paragraph is packed with information. Appearing in many manuscripts from the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries, Abano’s ‘handbook’ deals extensively with interpretive methods.
Author of numerous works on esoteric practices and philosophy, Evola is a name that all serious students of esotericism should be familiar with.
The use of Hebrew and alchemical terms is almost non-existent giving this very old material a very fresh perspective. Nihal rated it it was amazing Dec 29, The book however is a different matter.
It supplies a foundation that will carry you through several lifetimes. Having experienced both the First and Second World Wars, Evola firmly believed that knoledge are in the Hindu Age of Darkness or the Kali Yuga, and that enlightenment would only come to those who sought it out and achieved it through power of their will.
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Evola is a major force in the area of modern European esotericsm, but is little known in the English speaking world. In The Hermetic Tradition, Evola discloses in clear and meaningful terms the ideas present and their use in practice. In addition, unlike many courses of instruction that are just the ‘Golden Dawn’ revisited, this material has a distinct flavor and feel of an earlier period. Eight is the number of Mercury in qabala and alchemy, and Mercury plays a significant role in this deck.
Once in a lifetime there comes along a course, or book, like Jean Dubuis’ “Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge”. There is no wasted language in Dubuis’ explanation of things.
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