Tag Archives: Kabbalah

Paul Sédir’s ‘Initiations’ translated by Gareth Knight

These savants proclaim that the material universe is perfectly organised, and that all will occur according to rule since, they say, everything is subject to laws of causation and the conservation of energy. Agreed. But they expect the moral universe … Continue reading

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Patrick Harpur on Skylight Press

Born in Windsor, Patrick Harpur began writing professionally in 1983, aged 33. Previously, he had travelled for a year in Africa before going to St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, to read English. Subsequently he did much of the reading and research … 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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The Christ, Psychotherapy and Magic by Anthony Duncan

In 1533 Cornelius Agrippa remarked –  “The outstanding question is this: why is it that although magic originally occupied the pinnacle of excellence in the judgment of all the ancient philosophers and was always held in the highest veneration by … Continue reading

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Tarot & Magic: The Treasure House of Images by Gareth Knight

In recent commentary and conjecture the Tarot is so often presented solely, or at least principally, as a means for fortune-telling and psychic readings.  One glance at Gareth Knight’s Tarot & Magic will expose that approach is a gross reduction of what the … Continue reading

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