Jewish Mysticism

  • Occult Science in India And Among the Ancients: With an Account of Their Mystic Initiations and The History of Spiritism by L. Jacolloit

    Occult Science in India And Among the Ancients: With an Account of Their Mystic Initiations and The History of Spiritism by L. Jacolloit, Theosophical Publishing edition 1908. The author, an ancient sanskrit scholar, believed that the roots of western occultism could be found in ancient India. He discusses ceremonial magic invocation, links to the Kabbalah, and extensive references to Freemasonic style secret initiations. Also various first hand accounts of entity apparitions and spirit communications and manifestations are discussed and studied. Also the priest of brahmin magic occult powers, etc. etc. The authored claimed that powerful occult Vril energy was seen by him firsthand among the Jains in Mysore and Gujarat. The author also claimed and ancient and powerful civilization had been in the pacific, similar to the Atlantis myth. Bound hardback with shelf wear to corners and ends with decorative embossing to cover and spine and soiling to covers but internally very clean.

  • Magica Sexualis: Mystic Love Books of Black Arts and Secret Sciences by Emile Laurent and Paul Nagour

     

    Magica Sexualis: Mystic Love Books of Black Arts and Secret Sciences by Emile Laurent and Paul Nagour, published in 1934. Limited but unnumbered. Sections Include: Universality and Eternity of Sexual Magic, White and Black Magic-Sexual Occultism, Love of Angels for Women, The Hermetic Essence and Alchemy, Astrology: Enormous Influence on Amours, Satanism and Demon Worship, Erotico Mystic Perversions, Demonomania and Human Sexuality, Incubi and Succubi, Immoral Mysteries of the Succubus, etc. etc. etc. Hardcover in gilt decorated boards with shelfwear and spotting to boards.

  • The Sacred Magic of Abra-Melin the Mage As Delivered by Abraham the Jew Unto His Son Lamech A Grimoire of The Fifteenth Century Translated by S.L. MacGregor Mathers

    The Sacred Magic of Abra-Melin the Mage As Delivered by Abraham the Jew Unto His Son Lamech A Grimoire of The Fifteenth Century Translated by S.L. MacGregor Mathers, published in 1948. Illustrated with occult diagrams. Hardcover with light shelfwear and gilt design on cover.

  • A Practical Guide to Qabalistic Symbolism: Complete in One Volume by Gareth Knight

    A Practical Guide to Qabalistic Symbolism: Complete in One Volume by Gareth Knight, published in 1965. Sections Include: The Uses of the Qabalah, A Yoga for the West, An Outline of the Tree of Life, The Sephirothic Attributions, The Unmaifest and the Veils of Negative Existence, Kether, Binah, Daath, Chesed, The Qliphoth, The Esoteric Grades, etc. etc. Hardcover with original jacket with light shelfwear only.

  • The Mysteries of the Qabalah

    The Mysteries of the Qabalah Vol. II Writen down by Seven Pupils of E.G., published in 1922. Sections Include: The Hebrew Alphabet and Its Hieroglyphical Significance, Explanatory Notes on the Letters, The Qabalistic Definition of the Snake Nachash, The Lesson of Nachash, The Brotherhood of the White Lodge, Initiation According to the Qabalah from a Scientific and Philosophical Point of View, The Soul of the Qabalah, Examples of Permutation and Numerical Valuation, The Literature of the Qabalah Throughout the Ages, etc. Hardcover with light shelfwear only.