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The Masters Revealed
The Masters Revealed (August 1994)
Madame Blavatsky and the Myth of the Great White Lodge
K. Paul Johnson - Author

"Previous works about the mysterious Madame Blavatsky are full of conflicting information, since she left behind a trail of concocted legends. The Masters Revealed, by K. Paul Johnson, strips away most of the fantasy and provides a wealth of new material.
"K. Paul Johnson's book is a real original. In straight-forward, readable prose, it presents a panorama of heroes, heroines, and eccentrics. Tracing Madame Blavatsky's secret life, it of...(Read More)
 
 
Gnosis
Gnosis (November 1993)
An Esoteric Tradition of Mystical Visions and Unions
Dan Merkur - Author

"I like the passion and enthusiasm of an author in touch with something real who pursues it with an open mind. Implicit here is the author's seriousness and commitment. He believes his subject makes a difference and he communicates this to the reader. The author's perspective gives some startling and important insights into a tradition that is for the most part unknown and ignored." -- Christopher Bamford, Lindisfarne Press

Gnosis t...(Read More)
 
 
Paranormal Experience and Survival of Death
Paranormal Experience and Survival of Death (September 1993)
Carl B. Becker - Author

"This book is lucidly written, well organized, and succinct as an overview of the empirical evidence for survival. The author efficiently summarizes the arguments and counterarguments surrounding alleged cases of reincarnation, apparition, out of body experiences and near death experiences. Some of the theoretical material is superb. For these reasons, it is a book I want on my shelf. Most other studies of this kind are hopelessly partisan; this stu...(Read More)
 
 
Hadewijch and Her Sisters
Hadewijch and Her Sisters (August 1993)
Other Ways of Loving and Knowing
John Giles Milhaven - Author

Hadewijch, a thirteenth-century woman, describes her relationship with God as a mutual loving in which God and she affect each other personally and profoundly. This book presents in detail the account by Hadewijch of this supreme and most satisfying experience.

Presented here are phenomenologically specific traits of the bodily knowing that Hadewijch and other women of her time and place prized in their devotion...(Read More)
 
 
The Nature of Shamanism
The Nature of Shamanism (May 1993)
Substance and Function of a Religious Metaphor
Michael Ripinsky-Naxon - Author

"This book is provocative! It is a 'thinking book;' the reader cannot remain passive. It makes one realize that truths are constantly being rediscovered in all cultures throughout all time--how we create culture and how culture in turn creates us--the circle of truths, ancient and modern. I was sometimes awestruck by the comprehension of the author. A profound and powerful work, I enjoyed it to the last sentence." -- Lana Clark
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The Golden Fleece and Alchemy
The Golden Fleece and Alchemy (March 1993)
Antoine Faivre - Author

"Fascinating. A magisterial presentation of the historical data." -- Dan Merkur, University of Toronto

"By showing the continuous presence of the idea of the Argonauts and the voyage of the Golden Fleece in our history, the author demonstrates this myth to be a basic archetype of Western culture. The book is continually interesting to read." -- Christopher Bamford, Lindisfarne Press

This book traces the Golden Fleece myth from late p...(Read More)
 
 
Neoplatonism and Gnosticism
Neoplatonism and Gnosticism (July 1992)
Rich T. Wallis - Editor
Jay Bregman - Editor

In recent decades our view of Gnosticism has been revolutionized by the discovery of a Coptic Gnostic library at Nag-Hammadi, Egypt. Currently, Gnosticism is seen as a phenomenon extending far beyond Christianity and displaying a strong Platonic influence. The opposition between the two systems was certainly not as sharp as Plotinus claimed. Where, why, and how the ideological lines were drawn is discussed in the light of the new historical evide...(Read More)
 
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