Qabalah: A Magical Primer
Weiser Books, 2002 M03 15 - 224 páginas
While it began as a mystical interpretation of Jewish scriptural texts, today Qabalah is much more. As John Bonner writes in his introduction, "Qabalah is a metaphysical philosophy, or rather a theosophy, that sets out to answer a series of vital questions regarding the nature of God, His creation, and the place of man in His divine plan." It is a living, growing system of personal development. In addition, much of contemporary Western magick is founded on the work of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, which based its ritual and teachings firmly in Qabalah. This scholarly introduction explores the mysteries of Qabalah through the symbolism of the Tree of Life and its four distinct elements: the three Pillars of Manifestation, the ten Holy Sephiroth, the Paths that run to and from the Sephiroth, and the Veils. For each Sephirah, Bonner provides detailed information on magical, astrological, and tarot correspondences - as well as how different religious traditions relate to the concepts contained in each.
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An excellent book on the subject
I was pretty snags by how good third book is. I have read a few books on the the kabbalah, but this sets out the subject master in a clear and practical way. I would recommend this for beginners or people revisiting the basics of kabbalah.
OTZ CHIIMTHE TREE OF LIFE
THE FOUR WORLDS
AIN AIN SOPH AIN SOPH AUR
THE LITERAL QABALAH
LESSER BANISHING RITUAL OF THE PENTAGRAM