Gnosis: An Esoteric Tradition of Mystical Visions and Unions

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State University of New York Press, Oct 5, 1993 - Religion - 387 pages
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Traces the use of powerful gnostic visionary techniques from Hellenistic Gnosticism and Jewish merkabah mysticism, through Muhammad, the Ismaeilis, and theosophical Sufism to medieval neoplatonism, and renaissance alchemy.

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Dan Merkur is a Lecturer in the Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto.

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