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31 books of Eliphas Levi

First published in 1913, this classic text is an invaluable source book on the history and practice of magic and occultism. The contents include: Magic of the Magi, Magic in Ancient Greece, the Kabalah, Primitive Symbolism, Mysticism, Oracles, Mag...

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This is the complete English version of Eliphas Levi's treatise on ritual magic. This work is in two parts: in the first one, called "The Doctrine of Transcendental Magic", we establish the kabalistic and magical doctrine in its entirety; this he...

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Das Werk von Eliphas Levi „Die Salomonischen Schlüssel“ und Gustav Meyrink´s „Kernings Testament“ dienen der sinnvollen Ergänzung zu dem Werk „Der Schlüssel zur wahren Quabbalah“ von Franz Bardon. Die beiden Bücher bieten dem Leser viel Unbekanntes und deshalb Neues, welches für das hermetische Studium bereichernd wirkt.

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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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This translation of a previously unpublished work by the late Alphonse Louis Constant, or, as he preferred to call himself, Eliphaz Levi, is published with the consent of its possessor, Mr. Edward Maitland, the eminent collaborateur of the late Dr. Anna Kingsford, to whom it was given by the Baron Spedalieri, so well known as the friend, disciple, and literary heir of Eliphaz Levi. The original MSS., which is in the handwriting of Levi himself, is written upon pages interleaved with the text of a printed copy of a work by Trithemius of Spanheim, entitled De Septem Secundeis: the edition was published at Cologne, and is dated 1567. This work of the Abbot Trithemius is a very curious and interesting dissertation upon the ruling of the world by the seven great Archangels, to each of whom in succession is alloted a period of 354 years and 4 months. The Archangels are referred to the Planets of the ancients, and their successive periods of dominion are taken in the following order:- . . .

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For as long a Man has tried to control his environment, the magicians of long ago, and even today, attempt to control the four natural powers of the traditional elements. The four refer to Fire, Air, Earth, and Water, and it is the aim of the magician to align him or herself with the individual elemental powers. To feel these energies, understand them, and request their assistance.

This work on the rituals of the Elemental Spirits is a classic in the history of Magick manuscripts. Much of the information it contains has been widely adopted by other Magickal Traditions. This is a practical book, not a work of philosopy. Archan Publishing has also release The Book of Angelic Elements as a companion to the worl by Levi.

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This was the first of Lévi's books to be translated into English. The original French version was published in 1856. This translation (by an unknown hand) was first published in 1883 by the Theosophical Society, and re-­issued in 1922, with additional extensive footnotes by 'an Eminent Occultist' (herein, E.­O.­). The identity of E.­O. is unknown, but it is believed from the style and views expressed that it was none other than Helena P. Blavatsky.

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I suoi metodi, i suoi riti, i suoi Misteri Lo scopo essenziale e il fine ultimo al quale tendono il mago e la magia, in qualsiasi forma ed espressione, è la «volontà di potenza». La magia, infatti, secondo la definizione dello stesso Crowley, è l'arte di provocare cambiamenti conformi alla propria volontà. Tale cambiamento non si limita però al piano fisico; infatti, secondo la tradizione magica, l'uomo è dotato di tre corpi, ciascuno dei quali funzionante su un diverso piano, o mondo: il corpo fisico, l'anima e lo spirito. Tali livelli non sono indipendenti, e determinate azioni condotte su uno di essi — particolarmente secondo alcune precise modalità — agiscono anche sugli altri, influenzandoli. Ciò avviene anche naturalmente. L'obiettivo del mago è quello di agire contemporaneamente, tramite un atto di volontà, sui tre mondi: questa è la vera esplicazione del «potere assoluto». Per conseguire tale potere, e per poter agire sui tre mondi, il mago deve scoprire, individuare e . . .

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I suoi metodi, i suoi riti, i suoi Misteri Lo scopo essenziale e il fine ultimo al quale tendono il mago e la magia, in qualsiasi forma ed espressione, è la «volontà di potenza». La magia, infatti, secondo la definizione dello stesso Crowley, è l'...

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