Nephilim Press, 2014. First edition. Seven Spheres is more than a simple book of traditional Hermetic Magic. It is designed to be a series of rituals that function on many levels to take an average ordinary magician and turn them into a self-actualized powerhouse of proactive reality engineering. It's entirely...
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Nephilim Press, 2016. First edition. While digging through a dozen manuscripts from the court of Alfonso X of Castile and his school of occult and learned translators I happened upon this volume entitled Pactum: The Masterpiece of Ancient Sorcery. The volume intrigued me, as it fit perfectly in with the...
Utrecht: Eureka Editions, 2007. First edition. This study covers Gurdjieff's concepts of subjective and objective time, time as energy and time as space. It exposes his exposition of the universality of semiotic expressions in the arts - dance, theatre, weaving, and writing - opposing a general devolution of man's linguistic...
Dover, MA: Awareness Techniques, 1975. 64 pages.
Dover, MA: Awareness Techniques, 1975. 62 pages.
Dover, MA: Awareness Techniques, 1978. 77 pages.
Mainz: Schott, 1997. First edition. Three page preface and eight page Critical Notes printed in English, French and German; 140 pages.
London: Shrine of Wisdom, 1983. Third printing. An arrangement of the teachings of the Gita in their relation to the five paths of attainment with comments by the editors of The Shrine of Wisdom. 72 pages.
Edinburgh: 1985. Transcribed from Sloane 3188 in the British Library by Joseph Peterson; Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks Series No. 20; Limited edition of 250 copies: Numbered and signed by the publisher, Adam McLean; 293 pages.
Germany: Schott, 1996. Sheet Music; Three page preface and eight page Critical Notes printed in English, French and German; 152 pages.
New York: Crescent Books, 1083. First US edition. 88 pages.
Kuwait Bookshop co., 1995. Text in English and Arabic; 235 pages.
London: Stacey International, 1984. Third printing. 128 pages.
New York: Vintage, 1970. 311 pages.
Berkeley: University of California, 1974. First edition. 252 pages.
Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1942. First edition. 266 pages.
New York: Pantheon, 1961. First edition. Introduction by Herbert Read; 63 pages.
The National War College, 1967. Introduction by Thomas Merton; 332 pages.
San Francisco: Harper Collins, 19692003. 154 pages.
London: Arkana, 1987. 162 pages.
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 1987. Second Impression. Compiled and transalted by Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie with additional translations by Thomas Taylor and Arthur Fairbanks, Jr.; Introduced abd edited by David R. Fideler; Foreword by Joscelyn Godwin; 361 pages.
Parabola, 1991. This astonishing autobiography tells the gripping, heroic story of the early life of Jacques Lusseyran, an inspiring individual who overcame the limitations of physical blindness by attending -- literally -- to the light within his own mind. Through faith in the connection between vivid inner sight and outer...
New York: Dutton, 1976. First US edition. Contributions from Idries Shah, Doris Lessing, William Foster, and others; 154 pages.
London: Oxford University, 1969. According to the Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English rendering; New Foreword by Donald S. Lopez, Jr.; 315 pages.
New York: Pastoral Psychology Book Club, 1955. First US edition. Translated by R.F.C. Hull; 194 pages.