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Absolute Key To Occult Science, The Tarot Of The Bohemians

Absolute Key To Occult Science, The Tarot Of The Bohemians

Papus

This fully illustrated book is intended for initiates of the tarot. Papus is after a ‘Theory of Everything’, and finds evidence for it in the Tarot and a set of correspondences with everything from the tetragrammaton to numerology and astrology. Chapters include: Introduction To The Study Of The Tarot; The Sacred Word Yod-He-Vau-He; The Esoterism Of Numbers; Analogy Between The Sacred Word And Numbers; The Key To The Minor Arcana…

Abtala Jurain – Hyle und Coahyl

Abtala Jurain - Hyle und Coahyl

Unknown

The tongues of the wise men say that the secret of the Work Adamisch, is not only inside of the Coahyl. When the Work Adamisch has cleaned off the excrement and impurity which are in the flesh of the Coahyl, it will not only be able to heal all sicknesses, but it might also create the delicious gold from the earth and the excrement. And this Coahyl is the fire of all fires and the water of all waters and its earth is real earth and its air is real air.

Albertus Magnus: Egyptian Secrets, White and Black Art for Man and Beast

Albertus Magnus: Egyptian Secrets, White and Black Art for Man and Beast

L. W. De Laurence

Subtitled, ‘The book of Nature and the Hidden Secrets and Mysteries of Life Unveiled; Being the Forbidden Knowledge of Ancient Philosophers. By that Celebrated Occult Student, Philosopher, Chemist, Naturalist, Psychomist, Astrologer, Alchemist, Metal-lurgist, Sorcerer, Explanator of the Mysteries of Wizards and Withcraft; Together with Recondite…

Alchemy: Ancient and Modern

Alchemy: Ancient and Modern

H. Stanley Redgrove

This book is subtitled; ‘Being a Brief Account Of The Alchemistic Doctrines And Their Relation To Mysticism On The One Hand And To Recent Discoveries In Physical Science On The Other Hand; Together With Some Particulars Regarding The Lives And Teachings Of The Most Noted Alchemists.’ The book has 16 full page illustrations and has chapters covering things like the Aim of Alchemy, the Basic Idea of Alchemy, the Nature of the Philosophers Stone…

Alchemy Rediscovered and Restored

Alchemy Rediscovered and Restored

Archibald Cockren

Alchemy Rediscovered and Restored is a book by Archibald Cockren published in 1941. Cockren discusses not only the alleged history of alchemy, but also makes the claims that he had rediscovered and perfected the alchemical methods and that he had successfully created the philosopher’s stone.

All About Devils

All About Devils

Moses Hull

An Inquiry as to Whether Modern Spiritualism and other great reforms come from his Satanic Majesty and His Subordinates in the Kingdom of Darkness.

The Anatomy of the Body of God

The Anatomy of the Body of God

Frater Achad

The Anatomy Of The Body Of God; Being The Supreme Revelation Of Cosmic Consciousness Explained And Depicted In Graphic Form. Written from a Thelemic point of view, this relatively short book deals with Qabalastic geometry and how the ‘Tree Of Life’ can be used as a model for viewing creation multi-dimensionally.

Ancient and Modern Initiation

Ancient and Modern Initiation

Max Heindel

Hidden secrets within the life of Christ and the Christian religion, revealed by Max Heindel, as he gives a mystical insight into the alchemical process of the initiation of man. Chapters include The Atlantean Mystery Temple, East Room Of The Temple, The Ark Of The Covenant, The Sacred Shekinah Glory, The Last Supper And The Footwashing and…

Anima Astrologiae Or a Guide for Astrologers

Anima Astrologiae Or a Guide for Astrologers

William Lilly

The Astrologer’s Guide was edited and compiled in 1675 by noted astrologer William Lilly. It includes the 146 Considerations of astrologer Guido Bonatus and the choicest aphorisms of the Seven Segments of astrologer Jerome Cardan. Translated from the Latin by Henry Coley, The Astrologer’s Guide was first published in English in 1886. It includes…

Anthroposophia Theomagica

Anthroposophia Theomagica

Thomas Vaughan

A discourse of the nature of man and his state after death: grounded on his creator’s proto-chimistry and verifi’d by a practicall examination of principles in the great world.

The Anti-Christ

The Anti-Christ

George W. Carey

A very short tract from George W. Cary on the Anti-Christ. “Primitive Christians, the Essenes, fully realized and taught the great truth that Christ was a substance, an oil or ointment contained especially in the Spinal Cord, consequently in all parts of the body, as every nerve in the body is directly or indirectly connected with the wonderful ‘River…

The Anti-Universalist, or, History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures

The Anti-Universalist, or, History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures

Josiah Priest

From the Preface: ‘No subject that has been agitated since man was created, can be said to have engaged the attention of all people, as that of religion, whether among Pagan or Christian nations. That it is thus, is, however, perfectly natural; because it claims to involve the interests of man, relative to both time and eternity, as universally allowed…

Arbatel of Magick

Arbatel of Magick

Robert Turner

The Arbatel De Magia veterum (English: Arbatel: Of the Magic of the Ancients) was a Latin grimoire of renaissance ceremonial magic published in 1575 in Switzerland. It mainly focuses on the relationship between humanity, celestial hierarchies, and the positive relationship between the two. A. E. Waite writes that the book is devoid of black magic…

The Arcane Formulas: Or Mental Alchemy

The Arcane Formulas: Or Mental Alchemy

William Walker Atkinson

The ‘Arcane Formulas’ is a supplementary addition to the ‘Arcane Teaching’, and includes exercises to achieve a higher consciousness to be used to transmute one mental state into another. Its occult beginnings are not to be confused with witchcraft or any other form of archaic magic, negative or positive. It is simply a Truth, and if used correctly…

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