The Morning of the Magicians

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Independent Publishing Group, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 295 pages
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A classic of radical literature, this revolutionary study has challenged conventional knowledge and assumptions for decades, offering unique perspectives on everything from alchemy, politics, history, and supernatural phenomena to magic, Nazi occultism, and mankind’s place in the universe. Drawing from the work of Charles Fort and Carl Jung, among others, the authors explore the importance of history and its varied perceptions and propose new ways of interpreting reality. Through these visionary ideals, they assert that mankind can ultimately achieve cosmic interconnectedness.

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User Review  - Loptsson - LibraryThing

An interesting book. The section on alchemy was questionable but who knows. The section though which held my interest the most concerned the nazis. I have always felt that there was an extremely ... Read full review

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User Review  - kencf0618 - LibraryThing

This hilarious mish-mash was one of the first books to link National Socialism with The Occult. ("The Occult" explains everything and nothing.) Lots of interesting bits and pieces which don't add up. Inspired the song of the same title by The Flaming Lips on Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Louis Pauwels founded the magazine Plančte. Jacques Bergier was an internationally distinguished nuclear physicist. They were the coauthors of The Eternal Man.

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