Esoteric and Mysticism
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An esoteric look at the life of Jesus, here considered the ultimate of a long line of ‘Initiates.’ Chapters include: Condition Of The World At The Birth Of Jesus; Mary—First Development Of Jesus; The Essenes—John The Baptist—The Temptation and much more – Pub 1908
If you’re the sort of person who has no use for traditional spiritual systems of any sort and hope that somehow, someday, you can find spiritual meaning in the natural world around you, this book is for you. Mercer approaches the natural world from a distinctly western perspective. The writers who have shown him how to find spiritual truth in nature are the great poets and philosophers of the western canon, not the eastern.
Originally published in 1531-3, De occulta philosophia libri tres, (Three books of Occult Philosophy) proposed that magic existed, and it could be studied and used by devout Christians, as it was derived from God, not the Devil. Agrippa had a huge influence on Renaissance esoteric philosophers, particularly Giordano Bruno. This is the English version. Pub 1913
An Expose of Physical Regenesis on the Threefold Plane of Bodily, Chemical and Spiritual Operation Carey explains the wonders and possibilities of the human body, the Bridge of Life and the Optic Thalmus and how to search for the oil that feeds the lamp of the All-Seeing Eye. Pub 1917
The contents of this book are among the last writings of Max Heindel, the mystic. They contain some of his deepest thoughts and are the result of years of research and occult investigation. Found within this book are twenty-four lessons which were formerly sent out to students. Pub 1922
This short work is an attempt to show that all humans, even the non-religious ones, have an innate spirituality within them. Written in an almost poetic style, Practical Mysticism cuts to the core of mysticism and teaches you how to get involved with the whole thing.Pub 1915