• The Mystic Way

    The Mystic Way by Raymund Andrea, published in 1938 in London. The author was associated with the AMORC Rosicrucians of H. Spencer Lewis. Sections Include: Mystical Knowledge, Mystic Meditation, The Contemplative Mind, Mystic Inspiration, The Awakening Fire, The Dark Night, Mystical Participation, Mystical Quietude, The Mystical Challenge, etc. Hardcover with original jacket. Shelfwear to jacket.

  • The Philosopher’s Stone A Modern Comparative Approach to Alchemy from the Psychological and Magical Points of View

    The Philosophers Stone by Israel Regardie, published in 1970. A Modern Comparative Approach to Alchemy from the Psychological and Magical Viewpoints, Sections Include: The Golden Treatise of Hermes, The Magnetic Theory, The Six Keys of Eudoxus, The Magical View, Etc. etc. Occasional very well researched neat light pencilled notes in the margin from the prior owner which I have left in case they might be of use to the new owner of the book, but they could easily be removed. Hardcover with light shelfwear.

  • The Secret Rituals of the Golden Dawn

    The Secret Rituals of the Golden Dawn by R.G. Torrens, published in 1973. A beautiful copy of this work on the rituals, practices and symbols of some of the most guarded secret degree’s of the Golden Dawn system. Sections Include: The History of the Golden Dawn, The Holy Qabalah, The Ten Sephiroth, The Grade of Neophyte, The Zelator Ritual, Theoreticus Ritual, Members and Their Mottoes, etc. etc. Hardback with original pictoral jacket with some chipping to ends but in protective mylar.

  • The Rosicrucians and Magister Christoph Schlegel Hermetic Roots of America

    The Rosicrucians and Magister Christoph Schlegel: Hermetic Roots of America by Manly P. Hall, published in 1986. Sections Include: German Foundation, The Rosicrucian Manifestoes, Rosicrucian Landmarks in the Seventeenth Through Nineteenth Centuries, Esoteric Foundations in England, etc. etc. Bound hardcover with original pictoral jacket near fine.

  • The Mystical Qabalah

    The Mystical Qabalah by Dion Fortune, published in 1970. Sections Include: The Yoga of the West, The Method of the Qabalah, The Unwritten Qabalah, The Paths Upon the Tree, The Subjective Sephiroth, The Gods Upon the Tree, Kether the First Sephirah, Netzach, Yesod, etc. etc. Illustrated with diagrams. Hardcover with original jacket with chipping to corners but now in protective mylar.

  • Syzygy


    Reflections on the Monastery of the Seven Rays

    By Tau Palamas 

    The two worlds of Voudon and Gnosis merged together within the unique expression of a religious community called the Monastery of the Seven Rays. Having a history that is as colorful and mysterious as the variety of individuals involved in this esoteric movement of the spirit, the Monastery stands apart from traditional expressions of monasticism in the East and in the West by existing on a physical plane, but more especially by also being a psycho-spiritual locale, accessible to all who knock upon her celestial doors. For each Postulant of this Monastery there is a particular work to do, a particular Gnostic space to dwell within, and a particular sacred injunction to fulfill for the betterment of the globe. SYZYGY by Tau Palamas is one such legacy. It is simply the reflections of one student of this delightful and challenging superstructure of mind.

    –The Monastery of the Seven Rays.

    “This true Labor of Love offers one of the best introductions to our School and Work that we’ve read. From the curious seeker to the seasoned Pilgrim on the Path, there is guidance and illumination in this volume which will speak time and again to the deepest levels of spiritual longing…With gratitude to Tau Palamas, we whole heartedly recommend SYZYGY as one of the best books of the year!”

    –Kyle Fite, SGM, Ordo Templi Orientis Antiqua & La Couleuvre Noire

    “A wonderful exposition and elaboration of the Monastery of Seven Rays material through the eyes of a true modern-day Christian mystic! I highly recommend it to anyone studying the work of Michael Bertiaux, but the Opus stands alone in that you could create a system of Work from this book alone! For those interested in Martinism and Ecclesiastical Gnosticism this book is also of great value, and certainly compliments the work of L’Ordre Martinesiste de Chenu (it is on the reading list)!  Highly recommended!”

    –Kevin Davis, Sov. Insp. V°, Ordre Martinesiste de Chenu