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The Adornment of the Spiritual Marriage

The Adornment of the Spiritual Marriage

Jan van Ruysbroeck

Jan van Ruysbroeck was a Flemish mystic. He led a life of asuterity, eventually founding a congregation in Groenendaal. His writings were widely circulated in his lifetime and he influenced an entire generation of Christian mystics. He was beatified on December 1st, 1908, by Pope St. Pius X. The writings here include The Adornment of the Spiritual Marriage, The Sparkling Stone, and, The Book of Supreme Truth.

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…

The Candle of Vision

The Candle of Vision

George William Russell

A set of transcendent essays on Celtic mysticism, describing Russells’ luminous excursions into the otherworld, including clairvoyant and prophetic visions, precognition of Gnostic concepts, past-life and astral journeys, and, always, heightened awareness of the beauty that pervades mundane reality. Russell describes encounters…

Christian Healing, The Science of Being

Christian Healing, The Science of Being

Charles Fillmore

Charles Fillmore teaches you how to heal yourself in this New Thought classic. He writes about the power of thought and words, of prayer, praise, faith and imagination. And of course, love. Each chapter ends with some affirmations, or little one line prayers. And right at the end of the book is a sort of question and answer thing, to prove…

Christian Mysticism

Christian Mysticism

William Ralph Inge

This book consists of eight lectures, given at the University of Oxford by William Inge, as part of the Bampton Lectures. It begins with an extract from the last will and testament of the late John Bampton and then goes on to the lectures, which include General Characteristics of Mysticism, The Mystical Element of the Bible, Christian Platonism…

The Cloud of Unknowing

The Cloud of Unknowing

Evelyn Underhill

This is Evelyn Underhill’s translation of the medieval spiritual guidebook called The Cloud of Unknowing, written by an anonymous English monk. At the core is a mystical approach to Christian prayer, in which God is found not through rote knowledge, but through ‘blind love.’ It has been described as Christianity with a Zen outlook.

The Cloud Upon the Sanctuary

The Cloud Upon the Sanctuary

Karl Von Eckartshausen

Karl von Eckhartshausen was an 18th century German mystic who wrote extensively on esoteric topics. This work, The Cloud Upon the Sanctuary, is Christian mysticism veiled in hermetic code. Eckhartshausen was briefly a member of the Bavarian Illuminati, but left for spiritual reasons. He cryptically mentions a ‘society of the Elect’…

The Collected Poems, Volume 1

The Collected Poems, Volume 1

Arthur Edward Waite

With several collections including: Strange Houses of Sleep; A Book of Mystery and Vision; The Quest of the Golden Gate; A Garden of Spiritual Flowers; Paths of Zion; and, The Poor Brother’s mass-Book.

Coming World Changes

Coming World Changes

Frank Homer Curtiss and Harriette Augusta Curtiss

Chapters include: The Prophecies; Geological Considerations; The Philosophy of Planetary Changes; The King of the World; The Heart of the World; The Battle of Armageddon; and, The Remedy.

The Confessions of Jacob Boehme

The Confessions of Jacob Boehme

Jacob Boehme

Jacob Boehme was a German Christian mystic, who, despite humble origins, wrote encyclopedic works detailing a visionary universe, densely inhabited by spirits. Like many other mystics, Boehme saw dualities and trinities everywhere. He believed that there were three worlds: the world of Light, the world of Darkness, and the world of Fire…

Dialogues on the Supersensual Life

Dialogues on the Supersensual Life

Jacob Boehme

Taken from the Preface: “Man has a spark of the Light and Spirit of God, as a supernatural gift of God given into the birth of his Soul to bring forth by degrees a new birth of that life which was lost in Paradise. This holy spark of the Divine Nature within him has a natural, strong, and almost infinite tendency or reaching after that eternal…

An Encyclopaedia of Occultism

An Encyclopaedia of Occultism

Lewis Spence

A Compendium of Information on The Occult Sciences, Occult Personalities, Psychic Science, Magic, Demonology, Spiritism And Mysticism.

The Epistles of Jacob Boehme

The Epistles of Jacob Boehme

Jacob Boehme

From the title page: ‘Very useful and necessary for those that read his Writings, and are very full of excellent and plaine Instructions how to attaine to The Life of CHRIST’.

Esoteric Christianity

Esoteric Christianity

Annie Besant

From the Foreword; ‘The object of this book is to suggest certain lines of thought as to the deep truths underlying Christianity, truths generally overlooked, and only too often denied’.

Freher’s Process in the Philosophical Work

Freher's Process in the Philosophical Work

Dionysius Andreas Freher

Dionysius Andreas Freher wrote an extended commentary, in many manuscript volumes and amounting to thousands of pages, on the writings and mystical ideas of Jacob Boehme. Boehme’s mysticism incorporated a number of alchemical ideas and it is not surprising that Freher sought to find parallels between alchemical philosophy and his mysticism.

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