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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.
Refresh and try again. The only downside to The Tarot de Paris is in many ways, the cards themselves. Experienced occultists will welcome it as a breath of fresh air and a journey into little discussed territories. Creation — The Macrocosm: The core of their practice was fundamenyals the development of the ‘Body of Light’ through breathing, visualization, and the power of the egregore, or group mind.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. While not a book for beginners, it is an excellent adjunct knowpedge anyone attempting to read Cornelius Agrippa’s “Three Books of Occult Philosophy” or even the works of Dee, Ficino, Trithemius, or Albertus Magnus. Greer is a longtime student of Hermeticism.
The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge
Be the first to ask a question about The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge. There is no wasted language in Dubuis’ explanation of things.
Romy Nava marked it as to-read Jul 22, Chapters on astral projection, divination, the tarot, and evocation round out the text. Other titles by Greer include: Appearing in many manuscripts from the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries, Abano’s ‘handbook’ deals extensively with interpretive methods.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Taken together, the mass of images and photographs displayed, the deck becomes a virtual tour of the ‘City of Lights’. With the majority of their time and efforts aimed at the “cash cow” of the adolescent Wiccan and “teen witch” market, they spend far too little energy on producing the kind of works they had in the earlier part of their publishing career, instead, leaving it to Samuel Weiser and Inner, Inner Traditions, and a handful of smaller presses such as Phanes, Trident Books, and the university presses to keep the standards.
To ask knosledge readers questions about The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledgeplease sign up. George Mpai marked it as to-read Mar 28, Highways of the Mind is an excellent book on the fsoteric and structure of pathworking.
At the end of reading Highways of the Mind the reader is left with the esoterix that they not only understand pathworkings, but are also able to create them on their own, regardless of their chosen tradition or pantheon.
Easy to read and use, as far as geomancy goes, Greer has made a lasting contribution to the field of practical occult research.
Fluent in Latin and medieval French, he has studied esotericism from its practical as well as theoretical and academic viewpoints. Shide Lim rated it it was amazing Nov 03, Creation — The Microcosm: Return to Book Page. In Earth Divination, Earth Magic, Greer gives the reader a complete overview of the practice of geomancy, its relation to astrology, its later adaptations by the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and a complete set of instructions of its use.
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Ron Michaeli marked it as to-read Jun 29, Greer has also privately published several works on knowlevge fencing’ translating Latin manuals on swordsmanship from when it was a fighting form and not a sport. 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.
There has been a lot of talk recently about the power of collective thought to make the world a better place. The box for The Tarot de Paris reads: Author of numerous works on esoteric practices and philosophy, Evola is a name that all serious students of esotericism should be familiar with.
The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge by Jean Dubuis
Chuck Shumway added it Sep 14, The dissemination of his works in French and English is carried on by the legally registered Portae Lucis  association in France. It supplies a foundation that will carry you through several lifetimes.
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fundakentals Evola is not for everybody, and those more attuned to New Age fluff had better leave him alone. The report included Le Philosophes du Nature as a sectarian movement of between 50 and adepts.