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Esoteric Training in Everyday Life by Gareth Knight

“The task of the neophyte is to render himself sensitive to the impressions available to him from his inner teacher. These may be in the form of actual teachings to be disseminated to others, or of actions to perform in … Continue reading

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Suicide Bridge by Iain Sinclair

A brand new edition comprising the most complete version of Suicide Bridge yet published, it includes three extra “books” of material, which formed part of the original work but was not included in previous editions. It also includes photographs and … Continue reading

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Conversation with Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight, an author of some forty books on a wide array of subjects following his training in Dion Fortune’s Society of the Inner Light, is now firmly established as one of the world’s foremost authorities on ritual magic, the … Continue reading

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Magical Images and the Magical Imagination by Gareth Knight

In times past the knowledge and use of magical images was once a closely guarded secret stowed in the minds and vaults of initiates and adepts in the Mystery Schools. But now celebrated esoteric scholar and practitioner, Gareth Knight, offers … Continue reading

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A History of White Magic by Gareth Knight

Originally published by Mowbrays of Oxford, then reissued as Magic of the Western Mind by Llewellyn, A History of White Magic was an attempt by a then up-and-coming author (in his words) to “explain to the intelligent layperson that an interest … Continue reading

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