Chaldaean Oracles

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 184 pages
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Contents: Vol. I The Supreme Principle; The End of Understanding; Mystic Union; The One Desirable; The Divine Triad; God-nurturing Silence The Holy Fire; Mind of Mind; The Monad and Dyad; Once Beyond and Twice Beyond; The Great Mother; All Things are Triple; The Mother-Depths; The on; The Utterance of the Fire; Limit the Separator; The Emanation of Ideas; The Bond of Love Divine; The seven Firmaments; The True Sun; The Moon; The Elements; The Shells of the Cosmic Egg; The Physiology of the cosmic Body; The Globular Cosmos; Nature and Necessity; The Principles and Rulers of the Sensible World. Vol. II The Starters; The Maintainers; The Enders; The Daimones; The Dogs; The Human Soul; The Vehicles of Man; Soul-Slavery; The Body; Nature; The Divine Spark; The Way of Return; The Armour of Sounding Light; The Way Above; Purification by Fire; The Angelic Powers of Purification; The Sacred Fires; The Fruit of the Fire Tree; The P an of the Soul; The Mystery-Cultus; The Mystic Marriage; Purifying Mysteries; Fire-Gnosis; Manifestations of the Gods; Theurgic Art; Royal Souls; Light-Spark; Unregenerate; Perfecting of the Body; Reincarnation; Darkness; Infernal Stairs; On Conduct; Gnosis of Piety.

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G. R. S. Mead is regarded as a pioneer in the field of Gnostic and Hermetic studies. A highly intuitive scholar, Mead joined the company of Madame Blavatsky and her close associates. In this circle, he learned the profound mysteries of the Gnostics and became a translator of these writings. Mead evidently suffered some scholarly prejudice because of his connections with Theosophy. However, he also visited with C. G. Jung during his last years, and Jung thanked him for his dedicated work, his outstanding use of the English language, and for his affinity toward the experience of Gnosis.

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