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The Rosicrucian Cosmo-conception, Score Ros Rcc

By: Max Heindel

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Message of the Stars

By: Max Heindel

Description: Danish-American mystic and astrologer MAX HEINDEL (1865-1919) is considered by some the greatest Western spiritualist of the 20th century, and with the aid of his wife, research assistant, and fellow occultist AUGUSTA FOSS HEINDEL (1865-1949), he helped develop the modern teachings of the esoteric Christian philosophy of Rosicrucianism. Here, in this 1918 work, the Heindels examine the art of astrology through this lens of this mysterious strain of mystici...

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The Chaldæan Oracles of Zoroaster

By: W. Wynn Westcott

Description: Attributed to, but probably not of Chaldean origin; not oracles (in the sense of prophecies); and definitely not Zoroastrian; this is a famous collection of aphorisms cherry-picked from classical sources. The earliest editions of the COZ were published during the renaissance, when Chaldea was a land of mystery to Europeans. Many of the cryptic 'Oracles' seem to reflect Neo-Platonism, the Kabbalah and Gnostic views, which would have been considered heretical ...

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The Virgin of the World

By: H. M. Trismagistus

Description: The anthology of Stobaeus called the Kore Kosmu, variously translated as The Virgin of the World. The record of a conversation between the goddess Isis and her son Horus, that explains the traditional belief held by the Egyptians that their Gods came from the heavens, being sent to Earth by the Father of all to bring about civilization. This is Anna Kingsford and Edward Maitland's translation of the Hermetica, a series of treatises attributed to the legendary Hermes Trismegistus.

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The Goal of Life

By: Hiram Butler

Description: Hiram Butler, a 19th Century American occultist best known (if at all) for the book Solar Biology, started the Esoteric Society in Boston in the late 1880s. He fled Boston in 1891 after a murky dispute with the better-known Theosophical Society. He ended up in Applegate, California, a small town on the outskirts of Auburn in the Sierra foothills. The Esoteric Society was set up on land purchased from Leland Stanford in 1892, and Butler and a handful of disci...

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The Most Holy Trinosophia, Score Eso Mht

By: Comte De Saint-germain

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The Signature of All Things

By: Jacob Boehme

Description: If Signatura Rerum by the German mystic Jacob Boehme looks like a book you'd find in the library at a certain school of wizardry, you're not too far off. Boehme discourses at length here on one of the fundamental laws of Magic: the law of signatures, the concept that every object in the real world has some hidden meaning, and particularly how these signatures interact. At the core of Boehme's philosophy is a mystical Christianity. However, his beliefs were...

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The Rosicrucians

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The Way of Power

By: Lily Adams Beck

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Ancient and Modern Initiation

By: Max Heindel

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The Philosophy of Natural Magic, Score Eso Pnm

By: H. C. Agrippa

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The Isiac Tablet of Cardinal Bembo, Score Eso Isi

By: W. Wynn Westcott

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Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment, Score Eso Khw

By: Steiner Rudolf

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Tilak of Tibet Reveals Life's Purpose, Score Eso Tot

By: Ann Hackett

Description: This long-forgotten esoteric novella, written in the waning days of World War II, is a series of parables held together by a fictional Tibetan character, Tilak. The author expounds on a diverse set of esoteric themes, including reincarnation

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Unveiled Mysteries, Score Eso Um

By: Godfré Ray King

Description: This is the first book written by Guy Ballard, founder of the I AM Activity, onetime mining engineer, student of Theosophy, and alleged stock swindler. Although most of his later work was properly renewed at the US copyright office, and is

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Yoga Lessons for Developing Spiritual Consciousness, Score Eso Dsc

By: A. P. Mukerji

Description: This is one of the Yogi Publication Society (YPS) titles, which may have been in part or whole written by William Walker Atkinson. At the very least, this volume seems to have been padded out a bit. The first few chapters are consistent in to

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Creative Mind

By: Ernest Shurtleff Holmes

Description: In the Creative Mind, Earnest Shurtleff Holmes explores what it means to be a human being and how we all can become better human beings. He explores the role of man and God/Higher Power and how they can be, or are, one. This book will help your feel more in tune with the greater forces of the universe and be the best you that you can be, thereby opening up creativity and happiness previously undreamt of. Earnest Shurtleff Holmes was the founder of the Church...

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Gleanings of a Mystic, Score Ros Gleen

By: Max Heindel

Description: This is the last writings of the famous mystic and occultist Max Heindel. In this book Heindel shares his deepest knowledge, obtained through years of research and initiation in many secret societies.

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A Wanderer in the Sprit Lands

By: Franchezzo

Description: In 1896 A. Farnese was given a glimpse into the after life when a spirit contacted him and told him to write down this story. I do not claim to be the author of this book, since I have only acted the part of an amanuensis and endeavored to write down as truthfully and as carefully as I could, the words given to me by the Spirit Author himself, who is one of several spirits who have desired me to write down for them their experiences in the spirit world. I ha...

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The Paradoxes of the Highest Science, Score Eso Levi

By: Éliphas Lévi

Description: This was the first of Lévi's books to be translated into English. The original French version was published in 1856. This translation (by an unknown hand) was first published in 1883 by the Theosophical Society, and re-issued in 1922, with ad

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