By Lon Milo DuQuette
Dr. John Dee (1527-1608) used to be one of many maximum minds of the Elizabethan Age, and his process of angelic verbal exchange was once the results of the main dramatic magical operation ever recorded. It has survived to develop into the cornerstone of the trendy ceremonial magician’s perform. In 1582 Dee and his clairvoyant companion Edward Kelley made magical touch with a couple of non secular entities who pointed out themselves as angels -- an analogous that communicated with Adam, Enoch, and the patriarchs of the outdated testomony. Over the subsequent 3 years they published to Dee and Kelley 3 particular magical structures of imaginative and prescient magick. The 3rd and final of those included a chain of "calls" to be recited in an angelic language to be able to elevate the recognition of the magician to a degree the place angelic touch is feasible. Best-selling writer and magician, Lon Milo DuQuette, who has practiced Dee’s procedure for over twenty-five years, has seized upon parts of the unique Dee fabric missed by way of adepts of the Golden sunrise, Aleister Crowley, and different glossy magicians, and taken them to mild in Enochian imaginative and prescient Magick>/i>. DuQuette deals the professional and beginner alike the sensible potential wherein they could turn into attuned within the related basic step by step demeanour that first ready Dee and Kelley. There hasn't ever been a publication on Enochian magick like this one.
By C. W. Leadbeater, Annie Besant
It is a secret inside of a secret as Leadbeater and Besant take you on a trip all the way down to the atomic point of subject. i used to be surprised and surprised. attention-grabbing learn.
By Cassandra Eason
The perform of witchcraft (or Wicca) is at the moment the fastest-growing religious perform within the Western global. each person has the facility to make spells, and this e-book takes the reader step-by-step via a menu that comes with every little thing from self-help for chuffed households to eco-friendly magic for saving the planet. Cassandra Eason is aware her topic good and offers it in a fashion that's either interesting, down-to-earth and informative. this is often the basic reference consultant to the rules and practices of magick and witchcraft.
By Galina Krasskova
Sigyn, the Norse goddess of fidelity and compassion, is the second one spouse of the Trickster God Loki. She gathers damaged issues, and folks, to her breast to heal. during this publication, Galina Krasskova unearths the great thing about this little-known Goddess whose identify potential Victory girl. With prayers, poetry, own and crew rituals, it is a guide for all those that would provide to devotion to this gentlest of divine figures.
By Max Heindel
A treatise on clinical astrology and prognosis utilizing the horoscope and the arms. Contents: Foreword; advent; half I. The Anatomical And Physiological houses Of The indicators; Rulerships And traits Anatomy And body structure Correlated To The Zodiac; Sympathy And Antipathy; The technology Of correct residing; The Mentality; The 6th residence affects; initial Steps In Diagnosing; tricks And is helping For The Healer; Aphorisms; Diagnosing From The arms And Finger Nails; half II, analysis From Horoscopes (A Lesson In Directing); The Ears; The Eyes; The Throat; The Lungs; the guts; the tummy; The Kidneys; intercourse; The backbone; The Liver And Gall Bladder; The movement; Leprosy; Paralysis; The Nerves; The Bones; Spirit regulate; The Ductless Glands; targeted stipulations; madness; bronchial asthma; melanoma; Rosicrucian therapeutic.
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By Andrei Znamenski
Many comprehend of Shambhala, the Tibetan Buddhist mythical land of religious bliss popularized by means of the movie, Shangri-La. yet few may perhaps be aware of of the position Shambhala performed in Russian geopolitics within the early 20th century. maybe the one one at the topic, Andrei Znamenski's publication provides a unconditionally various glimpse of early Soviet heritage either erudite and interesting. utilizing archival assets and memoirs, he explores how non secular adventurers, revolutionaries, and nationalists West and East exploited Shambhala to advertise their fanatical schemes, targeting the Bolshevik try and use Mongol-Tibetan prophecies to railroad Communism into internal Asia. We meet such characters as Gleb Bokii, the Bolshevik mystery police commissar who attempted to take advantage of Buddhist options to conjure the suitable human; and Nicholas Roerich, the Russian painter who, pushed through his otherworldly grasp and blackmailed through the Bolshevik mystery police, posed as a reincarnation of the Dalai Lama to unharness non secular conflict in Tibet. We additionally examine of clandestine actions of the Bolsheviks from the Mongol-Tibetan portion of the Communist overseas who took over Mongolia after which, dressed as lama pilgrims, attempted to set Tibet ablaze; and in their opponent, Ja-Lama, an "avenging lama" keen on spilling blood in the course of his tantra rituals.
"The above [Alexander Barchenko, Ja-Lama and Nicholas Roerich]are in basic terms 3 out of the 11 figures historian Andrei Znamenski introduces firstly of pink Shambhala, and of their oddness and ambition--and the oddness in their ambitions--they are consultant of the eccentric would-be messiahs (sincere and differently) who populate Znamenski's energetic account of the methods conventional ideals universal in Tibet, Mongolia, and surrounding parts got here into play within the pageant among Russia and England for dominance in that region." --David comfortable, Japan Times
"I've been expecting a great excuse to raise Andrei Znamenski's crimson Shambhala: Magic, Prophesy, and Geopolitics within the middle of Asia. the arriving exhibition of Buddhist paintings at New York's Asia Society has supplied one. released via Quest Books (the publishing condo of the Theosophical Society), purple Shambhala is a major paintings of scholarship, that explores makes an attempt to co-opt and control Buddhism in Tibet and Mongolia through Russian Bolsheviks after the October Revolution, in addition to different curious characters." --European Son blog
"Znamenski describes the myths and prophecies in a few aspect, however the tale itself begins within the quick aftermath of the Russian Revolution. The Bolshevik mystery police, and none except Gleb Bokii, the manager cryptographer, had turn into drawn to mysticism, telepathy and within the "ancient technological know-how" of Shambhala, whose life they didn't completely discount...Znamenski tells an excellent tale, balancing study with storytelling.
" --Asian assessment of Books
"Those missing really good wisdom of arcana haven't discovered a lot of this tale, for until eventually the autumn of the Soviet empire, many files were sequestered or linger in Russian-language educational journals. a number of very minor slips in English utilization replicate the author's Russian origins, yet those events are a ways outweighed via the precious contributions he offers so the remainder of us can find out about those occasions and their scholarly assets. The transcripts pressured out of doomed prisoners approximately their function during this purple Shambhala undertaking make for poignant reading.
"Red Shambhala enters a maze of intrigue with a colorful forged of Bolshevik mystery cops, spies, occultists, Mongolian warlords and Buddhist priests. Andrei Znamenski indicates how Soviet Communists within the Twenties sought geopolitical effect over Mongolia and Tibet, projecting their international revolution onto old messianic prophecies among internal Asian tribesmen. encouraged by means of the parable of hidden sages directing the world's future, the Roerichs upload visionary experience amid the nice online game of competing powers, England, Russia, China, for mastery of the East. a primary espionage tale, all from lately opened Soviet archives.
" --Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, writer of The Occult Roots of Nazism and Black Sun
About the Author
Andrei Znamenski studied background and anthropology either in Russia and the USA. previously a resident pupil on the Library of Congress, then a overseas traveling professor at Hokkaido college, Japan, he has taught on the college of Memphis and Alabama nation college. His fields of pursuits contain religions of indigenous humans of Siberia and North the United States, shamanism, and esotericism. Znamenski is the writer of Shamanism and Christianity (1999), via Orthodox Eyes (2003), Shamanism in Siberia (2003), the great thing about the Primitive: Shamanism and Western mind's eye (2007), and the editor of the three-volume anthology Shamanism: severe ideas (2004).
By Dane Rudhyar
Particolarmente adatto alla personality di ampi interessi e cultura, allo studioso di psicologia desideroso di acquisire nuovi strumenti introspettivi, al cultore di astrologia interessato a una visione d’insieme e a un maggiore approfondimento psicologico, questo libro di Dane Rudhyar dedicato ai rapporti tra psicologia del profonda e astrologia fornisce una guida di prim’ordine in step with Tesplorazione di un territorio affascinante e sconfinato che esercita un profondo influsso su tanta parte della nostra vita.
By Don Lattin
The sixties remodeled America's non secular existence. together with his attribute perception, wit, and dramatic reporting, well known San Francisco Chronicle journalist Don Lattin takes the 1st complete examine the non secular legacy of that notable time, seen during the eyes of these who grew up on the middle of a few of the era's wildest experimentation.
The sixties introduced an explosion of non secular and religious exploration, remarkable in its scope, fervor, and sheer creativity. Lattin finds how and why New Age ideals, feminist spirituality, jap religions, Tai Chi and yoga, non secular therapeutic, and different replacement practices have taken such company root in American culture.
Lattin not just explores dramatic adjustments within the center American groups of religion -- Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish -- he additionally tells the tales of what has occurred to the likes of the Moonies, the Hare Krishnas, communes and ashrams, and to the kids born into a variety of non secular groups. He indicates how non secular tendencies this present day, together with the booming Christian rock move, Buddhist punks, and modern Catholics wrestling with sexual ethics and church authority, have their roots in debates began within the sixties.
In this stimulating odyssey via American spirituality -- then and now -- Don Lattin makes it transparent why we have to comprehend sixties spirituality if we wish to notice who we're today.