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Pasi Rissanen rated it liked it Jan 05, Jacob Senholt marked it as to-read Jan 09, While ideal for anyone who has an interest in things Parisian, French, or even to a lesser degree, French esotericism – such as Martinism, Rosicrucianism, Templarism, or Freemasonry – there is little if any easily identified traditional symbolism that has become associated with the Tarot.
The use of Hebrew and alchemical terms is almost non-existent giving this very old material a very fresh perspective.
A small detail overlooked by many, but signifying the complex dual aspects of the four esoteric ‘Elements’ as knowlevge in Hermetic texts. A beginning student of tarot can benefit greatly from a careful reading of it in connection to their chosen pack. Writing from the perspective of an experienced occultist, Evola warns the reader of potential problems of undertaking Eastern systems, Hatha Yoga in particular, without a fuller knowledge of their purpose and potential.
Those with a serious interest in esoteric French architecture should also read: Yet, when confronted with the mass of material that such masters of the Art as Agrippa present, they are often overwhelmed. Techniques of High Magic – A Handbook of Divination, Alchemy, and the Evocation of Spirits has been around for a quarter of a century placing it in the category of a ‘classic’ in its own time.
The Experience of Eternity. Fluent in Latin and medieval French, he has studied esotericism from its vundamentals as well as theoretical and academic viewpoints.
Evola is not for the feint of heart or brain however.
The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge by Jean Dubuis
Other titles by Greer include: Shide Lim rated it it was amazing Nov 03, Fj Apostoli marked it as to-read Dec 29, The only drawback to “Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge”, if there is one, is that it is so very full. Lazarus marked it as to-read Oct 20, With the majority of their time and efforts aimed at the “cash cow” of the adolescent Wiccan and “teen witch” market, they spend far too little energy on producing the kind of works they had in the earlier part of their publishing career, instead, leaving it to Samuel Weiser and Inner, Inner Traditions, and a handful of smaller presses such as Phanes, Trident Books, and fndamentals university presses to keep the standards.
Sky Feather marked it as to-read Dec 04, Greer is a longtime student of Hermeticism. Com marked it as to-read May 30, The second work of this mysterious 20th century adept, The Dwellings of the Philosophers Archive Press o, does the same with several historically and architecturally prominent mansions and private dwellings across France.
The Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge
He deals with difficult subjects and presents them in an intelligent and experienced manner. York Beach, Maine pages, index, photo Paperback Schrodter is an encyclopedic author who manages to esoheric several hundred years worth of information on energy transference knowlegde healing into slightly over pages.
Written over 20 years ago, in French, for the alchemical organization “Les Philosophiers des Nature”, it has become a standard by which many other esoteric courses of instruction should be judged. Frater Adsum Iterum and a small band of magicians in Seattle, Washington were some of them. Alicia Whitney marked it as to-read Mar 22, Felix marked it as to-read May 31, His scientific and highly analytical mind allows the information to be presented in an amazing clarity free of the usual ‘occult speak’ and mumbo jumbo that often leaves the reader feeling either dissatisfied or simply bored.
Evola is not for everybody, and those more attuned to New Age fluff had better leave him alone. Inthe association was legally dissolved since Dubuis said that it had strayed from its core principles.
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York Beach, Maine pages, index, photo Paperback. Chuck Shumway added it Sep 14, The Seven Commandments of the Fama Fraternitatis. There has been a lot of talk recently about the power of collective thought to make the world a better place. Dubuis’ te studies began after fundametnals experienced a profound awakening, at the age of twelve, in the island sanctuary of Mont-Saint-Michel. However, occultists who want to understand a man who was a major force in Italian esotericism, and who to this day is having more of an impact after this death lf when he was alive as a result of translations and symposiums, will find a wealth of knowledge and esoteric insight.
Once in a lifetime there comes along a course, or book, like Jean Dubuis’ “Fundamentals of Esoteric Knowledge”.
Their methods were developed through a complete study of Hermetic texts and emerging information on Tantric Buddhist rituals. It is one of those rare works that really is ideal for beginners or advanced students alike.
Misty Baker added it May 15, In The Hermetic Tradition, Evola discloses in clear kmowledge meaningful terms the ideas present and their use in practice. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. His scientific and highly analytical mind allows the information to be presented in an amazing clarity free of the usual ‘occult speak’ and mumbo jumbo that often leaves the reader feeling either dissatisfied or simply bored.
Jenny Arias marked it as to-read Jun 07, Greer has also privately published several works on ‘Hermetic fencing’ translating Latin manuals on swordsmanship from when it knoqledge a fighting form and not a sport. Also, despite its format of twelve lessons, there is no way the material it contains funndamentals be performed in a single year.
Evola writes serious books about serious subjects, yet manages to present the material in a manner that is both meaningful and practical.
In addition, unlike many courses of instruction that are just the ‘Golden Dawn’ fundamrntals, this material has a distinct flavor and feel of an earlier period.
Taken together, the mass of images and photographs displayed, the deck becomes a virtual tour of the ‘City of Lights’.