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.

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Biblia Cabalistica

Biblia Cabalistica

Walter Begley

Shows how the various numerical cabalas have been curiously applied to the holy scriptures, with numerous textual examples ranging from genesis to the apocalypse, and collected from books of the greatest rarity, for the most part not in the British Museum or any public library in Great Britain.

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The Cabala

The Cabala

Bernhard Pick

This is a short monograph on the Kabbalah, written from a purely academic and somewhat critical point of view. Pick traces the origins and background of the Kabbalah to Jewish scholars of mediaeval Spain. He does not attribute any deeper roots to it historically, nor does he examine the roots of Jewish mysticism except for a brief mention…

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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…

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Collectanea Hermetica Volume IV

Collectanea Hermetica Volume IV

William Wynn Westcott

This is Volume 4 (Aesch Mezareph) of 7 Volumes. From the Preface: “THE Aesch Mezareph or Ash Metzareph, is only known to persons of Western Culture from the Latin Translation found in a fragmentary condition in the work entitled Kabalah Denudata by Knorr von Rosenroth, published at Sulzbach in 1677-84. These volumes have as a sub-title “The Transcendental, Metaphysical and Theological Doctrines of the Hebrews”, and they…

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The Doctrine and Literature of the Kabalah

The Doctrine and Literature of the Kabalah

Arthur Edward Waite

Contents: Post-Christian Literature of the Jews; Doctrinal Content of the Kabalah; Source and Authority of the Kabalah; Written Word of Kabalism First, Second and Third Period; Some Christian Students of the Kabalah, Raymond Lully, Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, William Postel, The Rosicrucians, Robert Fludd, Thomas Vaughan, Ralph Cudworth, Saint-Martin, Eliphas Levi, Papus; Kabalah and Other Channels of Esoteric Tradition, The Kabalah…

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Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie Part I

Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie Part I

Eliphas Levi

Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie (English: Dogma and Ritual of High Magic) is the title of Eliphas Levi’s first published treatise on ritual magic, which appeared in 1855. This is Part I, The Doctrine of Transcendental Magic. Chapters include: The Candidate; The Pillars Of The Temple; The Triangle Of Solomon; The Tetragram; The Pentagram; Magical Equilibrium; The Fiery Sword; The Kabalah; The Magic Chain; Necromancy; Black…

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An Introduction to the Study of the Kabalah

An Introduction to the Study of the Kabalah

William Wynn Westcott

This 1910 primer to the Kabalah, the arcane Jewish mysticism, remains an exciting introduction to the philosophy, explaining its provocative speculation on our role in the grand, divine design of the universe and offering tantalizing hints of the tradition’s cryptic devotional and magical practices.

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Jewish Mysticism

Jewish Mysticism

J. Abelson

Many of the books on the subject of Kabbalah are by Occultists, and however valuable they are, tend to have their own agenda. Abelson puts the Kabbalah into context as the outgrowth of a long-term evolution of Jewish mystical thought, starting with the Essenes and the Merkabah (Chariot) mysticism of the Talmundic era. He explains how neo-Platonism, Gnosticism, Christianity and other currents influenced and were in turn impacted by…

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The Kabbalah

The Kabbalah

Adolphe Franck

This is a scholarly study of the origin and evolution of the Kabbalah. Originally published in French in 1843, with a second French edition in 1889, this book traces the origins of the philosophical concepts of the Kabbalah to the ancient Zoroastrians. Franck goes into fascinating detail about the doctrine of the Kabbalah, as expressed…

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The Kabbalah: Its Doctrines, Development and Literature

The Kabbalah: Its Doctrines, Development and Literature

C. D. Ginsburg

In this work, the author states that the Kabbalah was first taught by God himself to a select company of angels, who formed a theosophic school in Paradise. After the fall, the angels most graciously communicated this heavenly doctrine to the disobedient child of the earth, to furnish the protoplasts with the means of returning to their pristine nobility and felicity.

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The Kabbalah Unveiled

The Kabbalah Unveiled

S. L. MacGregor Mathers

Explores three important books of the Zohar; Siphra Dtzenioutha: The Book Of Concealed Mystery; Greater Holy Assembly; and, Lesser Holy Assembly. Together, these three books examine the development of the creative deity and of creation itself.

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