By André Barbault, Enzo Barillà
Quest’opera pionieristica ha segnato una svolta nella storia dell’astrologia contemporanea. Scritta originariamente verso il 1946, rielaborata nel 1960, dovette attendere il 1961 prima di entrare nelle librerie di Francia, e il 1971 according to essere presentata in prima traduzione al pubblico italiano da una minuscola casa editrice senese. Strano destino consistent with una pietra miliare del pensiero astrologico, punto di sutura tra l’antica scienza degli astri e l. a. psicoanalisi di Freud. In questa nuova edizione, los angeles traduzione è stata interamente rifatta, e resa più fruibile al lettore anche digiuno sia di psicoanalisi che di astrologia.
By Jean Shinoda Bolen
Jean Shinoda Bolen’s celebrated paintings of lady psychology that makes use of seven archetypical goddesses to describing habit styles and character characteristics, as correct and undying this present day as whilst it was once first released thirty years ago.
Myths are interesting tales that turn into much more interesting once we notice that they could show intimate truths approximately ourselves and others. Jean Shinoda Bolen brings the Greek pantheon to lifestyles as our internal archetypes and applies the facility of fable to our own lives. when we comprehend the traditional development from fable to archetype to non-public psychology, and discover that confident presents and unfavourable traits are traits linked to a specific goddess inside, we achieve robust insights.
Depending on which goddess is extra energetic inside of, one girl may be extra dedicated to attaining expert luck, whereas one other extra fulfilled as a spouse and mom. From the self sufficient Artemis and the cool Athena to the nurturing Demeter and the artistic Aphrodite, she teaches girls the right way to make a decision which to domesticate and which to beat, and the way to faucet the ability of those enduring archetypes to develop into a greater “heroine” of their personal lifestyles story.
By Zecharia Sitchin
Why is it that our present twenty-first century A.D. is so just like the twenty-first century B.C.?
Is background destined to copy itself?Will biblical prophecies come precise, and if this is the case, while?
It has been greater than 3 many years when you consider that Zecharia Sitchin's trailblazing publication The twelfth Planet delivered to existence the Sumerian civilization and its checklist of the Anunnaki—the extraterrestrials who formed guy and gave mankind civilization and faith. during this new quantity, Sitchin exhibits that the tip is anchored within the occasions of the start, and when you research of this starting, it really is attainable to predict the Future.
In The finish of Days, a masterwork that required thirty years of extra examine, Sitchin offers compelling new proof that the earlier is the Future—that mankind and its planet Earth are topic to a predetermined cyclical Celestial Time.
In an age while non secular fanaticism and a conflict of civilizations bring up the threat of a nuclear Armageddon, Zecharia Sitchin shatters perceptions and makes use of background to bare what's to return at The finish of Days.
By Arthur Edward Waite
"This is Arthur Edward Waite's learn of the elusive Rosicrucians, a mystery society of which the 1st public realize was once in early seventeenth century Germany. used to be this an exact association, or simply a myth? No real Rosicrucians ever surfaced, yet there has been lots of documentation approximately them. the matter is that those files are, for the main half, evidently fictional. In time, a mythology grew up round the Rosicrucians. this present day there are teams which declare the identify. those date on the so much to the past due nineteenth century, even though and they declare professional forma to return so far as Egypt or Atlantis. The Rosicrucians have additionally been woven by means of conspiracy theorists into their net along the Freemasons, Illuminati, Templars, etc, although there isn't a shred of proof for this.
Waite provides whole translations of all the texts which outlined the Rosicrucians, together with the Fama Fraternitatis, the Confessio Fraternitatis, and the Chemical marriage ceremony of Christian Rosencreutz. The longest textual content, the Chemical marriage ceremony is a fever-dream that's a thinly veiled alchemical allegory. The authorship of those files is disputed, however it could have been written via Johann Valentin Andreas, a German theologian and author. Waite additionally surveys Rosicrucian literature from successive centuries, together with wide fees from authors who wrote in regards to the Rosicrucians similar to Michael Maier, Robert Fludd, Thomas Vaughan and John Heydon. Heydon wrote Voyage to the Land of the Rosicrucians, similar to Thomas More's Utopia, a few voyage to an vague continent inhabited via Rosicrucians, integrated right here in its entirety. Waite concludes with a glance at a nineteenth century 'Rosicrucian' association: Hargrave Jennings used to be, particularly, a member of this staff. conversing of whom. . .
The actual historical past stands in stark distinction to Hargrave Jennings' The Rosicrucians, their Rites and Mysteries, which Waite (justifiably) criticizes all through. The very name of this publication can be thought of a riposte to Jennings. The Rosicrucians are defined as celibate, which contradicts Jennings' concentrate on the position of phallicism within the Rosicrucian mysteries. Waite additionally debunks 'historical' anecdotes which Jennings cites, in particular the subterranean sepulchre, and the immortal Venetian. those incidents have been pointed out for this reason through different authors as truth, utilizing Jennings because the resource. Caveat Lector.
All in all, this serves either as a survey of the literature approximately Rosicrucians and a useful anthology of that literature. Waite, even if he had an excellent heritage within the occult, is in a firmly rationalist mode during this booklet. the genuine heritage may be of use to either educational and basic readers." (Quote from sacred-texts.com)
Table of Contents:
Publisher's Preface; Preface; advent; at the country Of Mystical Philosophy In Germany on the shut Of The 16th Century; The Prophecy Of Paracelsus, And The common Reformation Of the total extensive international; The Fama Fraternitatis Of The Meritorious Order Of The Rosy pass, Addressed To The realized usually, And The Governors Of Europe; The Confession Of The Rosicrucian Fraternity, Addressed To The realized Of Europe; The Chymical Marriage Of Christian Rosencreutz; at the Connection Of The Rosicrucian Claims With these Of Alchemy And Magic; Antiquity Of The Rosicrucian Fraternity; The Case Of Johann Valentin Andreas; growth Of Rosicrucianism In Germany; Rosicrucian Apologists: Michael Maier; Rosicrucian Apologists: Robert Fludd; Rosicrucian Apologists: Thomas Vaughan; Rosicrucian Apologists: John Heydon; Rosicrucianism In France; Connection among The Rosicrucians And Freemasons; glossy Rosicrucian Societies; end; extra Notes; Appendix of extra records; Endnotes
About the Publisher: &l
By T. Lobsang Rampa
Probably the most recognized and debatable mystics of the 20 th Century tells of his reviews, as a tender boy, within the lamaseries of Tibet.
touring along with his advisor, the Lama Mingyar Dondup, into the undying international of the Caves of the Potala, the younger disciple witnesses breathtaking visions and phenomena of the previous and destiny.
By Carolyn Brown
Kim Brewster’s ill-fated marriage used to be annulled so fast that she suggestion she may retain the whole lot a secret…until she discovered she was once pregnant. yet prior to her confession can blow a gap within the doubtless ideal lives of the Brewster girls, her great-grandmother, Hannah, drops a bomb of her personal. She’s promoting her lodge and relocating to a farm in Oklahoma—and the entire Brewsters are coming together with her. Kim is definite her grandmother, Karen, and mom, Sue, won’t associate with the plan, yet Hannah may be very convincing. quickly the ladies are operating the farm, promoting their wares from a roadside stand, and eventually feeling like a kinfolk.
And because the Brewster women’s lives take form in methods they by no means anticipated, Kim could have came across one other shot at love. Luke concept he’d washed his palms of girls, but if he stops by means of the vegetable stand and meets Kim, he’s immediately smitten. to discover love, even though, they’ll either need to dig prior their hidden secrets.
By Arthur E. Powell
Editeur : Adyar Date de parution : 1994 Description : In-8, 284 pages, broché, celebration, très bon état. Envois quotidiens du mardi au samedi. Les commandes sont adressées sous enveloppes bulles. images supplémentaires de l'ouvrage sur uncomplicated demande. Réponses aux questions dans les 12h00. Librairie Le Piano-Livre. Merci. Please tell us in case you have any questions. thank you
By Jake Stratton-Kent
Geosophia lines the improvement of magic from the Greeks to the grimoires, laying naked the chthonic roots of goetic ritual. via exposing the necromantic origins of a lot of contemporary magic we can reconnect with the resource of our ritual culture. there's a continuity of perform within the West which encompasses the pre-Olympian cults of Dionysus and Cybele, is located within the Greek Magical Papyri and Picatrix and flows into the grimoires. instead of a litter of superstition, the grimoire culture is printed because the dwelling descendant of the traditional practices of the Goes.
This is a piece which redefines our figuring out of the Western culture, one that doesn't commence with Cabbala or Solomon, yet really descends into the Underworld and brings forth new existence. the writer illuminates scarce and missed texts with an incisive statement, from volcanic conjurations to over 70 pages facing Picatrix. Following the voyage of the Argonauts, Geosophia bargains biographies of the heroes and gods, and discovers the hidden magical meanings and value in their activities and adventures.