Books - Kabbalah
An introduction to Jewish Mysticism and its Secret Doctrines. 76 pages.
The Mystical Qabalah presents a thorough explanation of the Tree Of Life and provides a key to the practical working of the mystical system. 306 pages.
This work, by acclaimed scholar William G. Gray, explains the topic within our own cultural symbolism, leading to a way to enlightenment that we can practice on a daily basis. The Tree of Life and its theoretical perceptions provide a working method that allows each of us to participate more creatively when
walking the mystical and magical path. He shows the value of "nothing," the purpose of the cross, the archangels, the Tree of Life, pillars and powers, worlds within and without, elemental energies, and path working. 375 pages.
A lucid exposition of the Cabala, the hidden inner teachings of Jewish mysticism. Outlined in general principles, Halevi gives practical examples that relate to the present time and how the Tree functions in the ordinary as well as the metaphysical world. 206 pages.
Recovering the key to Hebraic Sacred Science. This brilliant new work reveals the Kabbalah to be the product of a sophisticated, though largely forgotten, Hebraic sacred science that was the rival of any Egypt or Greece. Unlike previous historical explorations of the Jewish esoteric tradition, this book resurrects this ancient body of knowledge to reveal eternal truth that can have a profound and positive impact on contemporary spirituality. New experimental methods of practicing Hebraic sacred science are explored that explain as never before the meaning of the central cosmological diagram of the entire Western esoteric tradition...the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. 459 pages.
One of the most revolutionary books of the late 19th century, this volume owes its high reputation to the august literary style of its author, as well as its remarkable contents. Its strong influence on modern
mysticism was acknowledged by Aleister Crowley and F. Bligh Bond, among others, and has long been a prized item in the library of the discerning mystic. Hardbound 424 pages.
Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan has therefore translated the Sefer Yetzirah, the oldest and most mysterious of all kabalistic texts, and now brings its theoretical, meditative and magical implications to light. He expounds on the dynamics of the spiritual domain, the worlds of the Sefirot, souls and angels. 398 pages.
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