Magic White and Black

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Book Tree, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 300 pages
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This inspiring book has been recommended to others for decades and has become a classic in the field of magic, metaphysics and spirituality. The title is misleading because there is much more covered that goes far beyond magic. Subjects include Spiritual Law in the Natural World, Consciousness, The Spiritual Body, Karma, Transformations, Meditation, Alchemy, Magicians and Mediums, Theosophy, and Divine Wisdom: the Realization of Truth. This is the perfect book for those interested in the fundamental elements of Magic and its philosophy and purpose. Additional subjects include the philosopher s stone, the true cross, forbidden knowledge, Rosicrucian wisdom, states after death and the inner world.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
23
CHAPTER I
49
CHAPTER II
67
CHAPTER III
85
CHAPTER IV
110
CHAPTER V
124
CHAPTER VI
143
CHAPTER VII
164
CHAPTER VIII
183
CHAPTER IX
204
A NEW GUIDE ON THE PATH
214
CHAPTER X
227
Spirit and formFreedomPersonality and individuality
250
THEOSOPHY
267
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Franz Hartmann (22 November 1838 - 7 August 1912) was a German physician, theosophist, occultist, geomancer, astrologer, and author of esoteric works. He wrote esoteric studies and a biography of Jakob Bohme and of Paracelsus. He translated the Bhagavad Gita into German and was the editor of the journal Lotusbluten. He was at one time a co-worker of Helena Blavatsky at Adyar. In 1896 he founded a German Theosophical Society. He also supported the Guido-von-List-Society (Guido-von-List-Gesellschaft). He cofounded the Ordo Templi Orientis with Carl Kellner and Theodor Reuss.

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