3 edition of The Esoteric Tradition Part One 1935 found in the catalog.
October 15, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||608|
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The Esoteric Tradition Part One by De Purucker, G. (Author) out of 5 stars 1 customer review. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Reviews: 1. The esoteric tradition / G. de Purucker. — 3rd & revised edition. pages cm The original two-volume set of The Esoteric Tradition was compiled from material dictated by G. de Purucker over the course of some time and contained much that was repetitious.
The major task of editing and condensing the text was done by A. Studley Hart and Grace F. The Esoteric Tradition, 3rd & Revised Edition. Foreword to the 3rd and Revised Edition.
The original two-volume edition of The Esoteric Tradition was compiled from material dictated by G. de Purucker over the course of some time and contained much that was repetitious.
The major task of editing and condensing the text into a single volume was done by A. Studley Hart and Grace F. Knoche. Learning to Live by Living to Learn (a course of 40 sequential pamphlets—listed below) Unseen Forces That Affect Our Lives: Special Edition, a book for students of "Learning to Live by Living to Learn" The Natures of the Human Body The Physical Nature Prenatal and Birth (Lesson 1) Where do we come from.
Why are we here. Where are we going. 5 Must Haves on Your Esoteric Bookshelf. An excellent guide for the Western Esoteric tradition.
It continues the work of Israel Regardie (founder of Sedona, Arizona and wrote the Complete Golden Dawn). Brian Copenhaver does an excellent job in compiling the Corpus Hermeticus in such a way that it follows one book/letter to the next.
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Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marksAuthor: De Purucker, G. Long before the runic spring of the early part of this century, there was an earlier flowering of an esoteric runic tradition.
This was essentially the work of the much neglected Swedish scholar and mystic Johannes Bureus (). Bureus was one of the very first scholarly runologists.
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I bought it hoping to learn something substantive about the "secrets of the Western esoteric tradition," but that subtitle is misleading. Wallace-Murphy writes very little indeed about the "secrets" of this tradition, and what he does write about it is either mistaken or self-contradictory (quite possibly deliberately so)/5.
Inner Christianity is the first introduction to mystical and esoteric Christianity for the general reader. It speaks from a nonsectarian point of view, unearthing insights from the whole of the Christian tradition, orthodox and heretical, famous and obscure/5.
The Fourth Way is a teaching of spiritual development that leads to the realization of one's Higher Self. Its origins draw upon ancient esoteric traditions that were brought to the West in the early part of twentieth century by George Gurdjieff and Peter Ouspensky, who reinterpreted them in language suitable for modern-day man.
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Throughout the ancient world, therefore, the Initiates established Mystery Schools for the worthy while, around these, popular religions full of myth and superstition developed among the multitudes. As civilization declined and mankind entered the. Full text of "Inner Christianity By Richard Smoley" See other formats.
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Long before the runic spring of the early part of this century, there was an earlier flowering of an esoteric runic tradition. This was essentially the work of the much neglected Swedish scholar and mystic Johannes Bureus ().
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