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31 books of Eliphas Levi

So concludes what Levi considered to be his testament, his most important and final treatise, and a summation of his esoteric philosophy. This volume is the conclusion of the work he started as Book One,, published as (Weiser, 1984). contains his final two works. In Book Two,, Levi discusses such topics as Evil, the Outer Darkness, the Great Secret, Magical Sacrifice, Evocations, the Arcana of Solomon's Ring, and the Terrible Secret. In Book Three,, he expounds on the subjects of Aberrant Forces, the Chaining of the Devil, Sacred and Accursed Rites, Divination, Dark Intelligence, and the Great Arcanum.

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This is Eliphas Levi's (1810-­1875) best-­known book. This work arguably made Levi THE most influential writer on magic since the Renaissance. Originally issued in French, the English translator is A.­E. Waite and it is doubtful that anyone else could have better captured the essence of Levi's work. The book is divided in two parts; the first is theoretical, the second practical. This is a fascinating and often debated work. Searchable text PDF format.

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Magia significa “grande ciência”. A Magia pode ser “branca”, “cinzenta” ou “negra”. É branca se aplicada de modo desinteressado e altruísta; cinzenta, se tem alguma finalidade egoísta, ainda que leve; e negra, se visa à prática do mal, quando então se torna “feitiçaria”, considerada criminosa. É importante, portanto, distinguir uma da outra, com consciência de que sua aplicação boa ou má envolve grandes e terríveis responsabilidades ao seu agente. A ciência da Magia é muito complexa e sutil, e por isso não está ao alcance de qualquer um, moral e mentalmente preparado, tanto para expô-­la como para aprendê-­la. Entre os seus expositores mais aptos se considera Éliphas Lévi, por sua cultura e seu passado de sacerdote católico e cabalista emérito, e que legou ao mundo obras notáveis como esta História da Magia, com 49 capítulos, expostos num estilo claro, brilhante e atraente que, sem dúvida enriquecerá qualquer biblioteca e fascinará todos os que se interessam pela sua prática.

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Lévi links the Old and New Testaments by comparing the qabalistic imagery and concepts inherent in both "The Prophecy of Ezekiel" and "The Apocalypse of St. John.­" Includes Lévi's illuminating commentary on Ezekiel. He explains how the d...

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HISTOIRE DE LA MAGIE AVEC UNE EXPOSITION CLAIRE ET PRÉCISE DE SES PROCÉDÉS, DE SES RITES ET DE SES MYSTÈRES PAR...

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Eliphas Le'vi was steeped in the Western occult tradition and a master of the Rosicrucian interpretation of the Qabalah, which forms the basis of magic as practiced in the West today. The Key of the Mysteries represents the culmination of Le'vi's thoughts and is written with subtle and delicate irony. It reveals the mysteries of religion and the secrets of the Qabalah, providing a sketch of the prophetic theology of numbers. The mysteries of nature, such as spiritualism and fluidic phantoms, are explored. Magical mysteries, the Theory of the Will with its 22 axioms are divulged. And finally it offers "the great practical secrets.­"The true greatness of this work, however, lies in its ability to place occult thought firmly in Western religious traditions. For Le'vi, the study of the occult was the study of a divine science, the mathematics of God.

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Fully illustrated. 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 II, The Ritual of Transcendental Magic. Chapters include The Triangle Of Pantacles, The Blazing Pentagram, The Ceremonial Of Initiates, The Key Of Occultism, The Writing Of The Stars, The Science Of The Prophets, The Book Of Hermes, Transmutations, The Great Work and Warning To The Imprudent.

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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 Kabalah, Necromancy, The Tetragram, The Triangle Of Solomon, The Pillars Of The Temple, Initiation, Astrology, Black Magic, Bewitchments, The Stone Of The Philosophers – Elagabalus and Charms And Philtres.

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A great literary work as well as a classic of occultism, this 1860 survey chronicles the practice of magic through the ages. Intriguing topics include hypnotism, astrology, and the Illuminati.

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This is the first part of Eliphas Levi's last great descourse on the mysteries of occultism that was continued and concluded in The Great Secret. In it, Levi examines with great precision and insight the inner meanings of Qabalism and their relationship to the occult sciences. Part One is a commentary on the Spihra Dzeniuta by Simeon Ben-­Jochal, which includes an examination of the affinities between Qabalism and Freemasonry. Part Two pursues the correspondences between Qabalism, Numerology and the Tarot. This edition includes an appendix by Papus (Dr. Gerard Encausse) summarizing Levi's doctrines and teachings and supplying some fascinating information on some of the master's many disciples.

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