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The classic tarot deck, recoloured by Mary Hanson-Roberts. The renowned Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck, designed over a hundred years ago, has been hugely popular for decades. The Universal Waite Tarot Deck is a recoloured version of the Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck. Its combination of softer colour tones with a naturalistic approach offers a more visually soothing alternative to the Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck. It includes an instruction booklet with an Introduction by Stuart R. Kaplan.
Facsimile edition of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck originally printed from plates that were destroyed during the bombing of London during World War II. The Deck and book set comes with the rider-Waite Tarot deck by Pamela Colman Smith with original Tudor Rose back design, Celtic Cross divinatory chart, and "The Key to the Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite.
The companion to the Original Rider Waite Tarot - the most popular deck in the world. First published in 1910, The Key to the Tarot is the essential guide to unlocking the secrets of tarot from the legendary creator of the Rider Waite Tarot Deck and renowned scholar of occultism, A. E. Waite. This practical book explains the history and symbolism of the tarot deck as well as providing a step-by-step guide to using the cards for divination practices. From mapping out your next career move to discovering your true passion in life, this is your key to harnessing the power of the tarot.
The classic tarot deck, reimagined for the modern era by Virginijus Poshkus. The renowned Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck, designed over a hundred years ago, has been hugely popular for decades. The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Deck is a recoloured version of the Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck. Its jewel-like colours highlight the traditional symbolism that readers rely on for insightful readings, and bring new energy, radiance and depth to guide you. The deck includes an instruction booklet with an Introduction by Stuart R. Kaplan.
Long used in telling fortunes and popular today among New Agers,
Tarot cards are regarded by many as "the training wheels" on the
bicycle of psychic development. Centuries of scientific progress
have not diminished the irresistible attraction of gazing at
picture cards to see the future and determine one's fate.
This survey of the Jewish Kabbalah presents and comments upon the mystic tradition's fundamental ideas. Author A.E. Waite is among the few to write a sound and sensible book on Kabbalah. He offers an extensive and lucid history that embraces the literature of the Kabbalah, its foremost interpreters, its impact on Christian scholars, and its reputation as "the secret tradition." Unbridged republication of the edition originally published by University Books, New hyde Park, New York, 1960.
The Secret Tradition in Goetia, including the rites and mysteries of Goetic therugy, sorcery and infernal necromancy. Completely illustrated with the original magical figures. Partial Contents: Antiquity of Magical Rituals; Rituals of Transcendental Magic; Composite Rituals; Key of Solomon; Lesser Key of Solomon; Rituals of Black Magic; Complete Grimoire; Preparation of the Operator; Initial Rites and Ceremonies; Descending Hierarchy; Mysteries of Goetic Theurgy; Mystery of the Sanctum Regnum; Method of Honorius.
The Original Rider Waite Tarot is the most popular and widely used tarot card deck in the world. First issued in 1910, each card is rich in symbolism and striking in its design. The deck is accompanied by an invaluable instructional book, The Key to the Tarot explaining the history and usage of the tarot cards, of which there are 78 divided into the Major and Minor Arcanas. The book can be used in conjunction with any set of tarot cards, but it was written in particular to accompany the 78-card Rider Waite tarot deck which was designed by Pamela Colman Smith in accordance with A. E. Waite's instructions. The Key to the Tarot explains the history and symbolism of the cards and gives instructions on how to use them for purposes of divination. This edition includes a specially commissioned foreword by Liz Greene.
A Lexicon of Alchemy or An Alchemical Dictionary Containing a full and plain explanation of all obscure words, Hermetic subjects, and arcane phrases of Paracelsus.
"Some Characteristics of the Interior Church," is I.V. Lopukhin's account of his exploration of the "inward spiritual man." Ivan Vladimirovich Lopukhin (1756-1816) was a Russian statesman, writer and philanthropist. He was one of the leading Freemasons and Rosicrucians in Moscow during the late 18th century and published many mystical, Masonic, and alchemical books through his "I.V. Lopukhin Free Press." Lopukhin was not only a printer and publisher, but also an accomplished author. The idea of a spiritual "inner church" was a prominent theme in many of his writings. Arthur Edward Waite, provides a lengthy Introduction to this book and analyzes Lopukhin's work and his contribution to Hermetic literature.
The first Russian edition of "Some Characteristics of the Interior Church" appeared in 1798. A French translation was made by Lopukhin and published in 1799. A German translation followed. The first English version was published by the Theosophical Publishing Society, London, 1912.
Scriptoria Books has transcribed this edition word for word from the 1912 English translation by D.H.S. Nicholson. It was then edited, formatted, typeset, and proofread through each revision. This book is not a facsimile, nor does it contain OCR interpreted text. This is a carefully created new edition of a classic work.
First published in Latin in 1678, "The Hermetic Museum" is an anthology of alchemical writings, some so ancient as to be anonymous. Writers included have become part of historical legend: Helvetius, Delphinus, Michael Maier. Readers will find here an alchemical initiation, a sign to the seeker that there is a mystery and that you must begin here to unravel it. This hardback edition includes all the original engravings, and can be read not only as an esoteric text of extraordinary richness, but as a compendium of the early history of chemistry.
The Grimoire Of Honorius The catalogue of Fallen Angels and how to raise them utilising the arts of Demonology and Evocation, ensuring the conjugation and control of said demons to answer and enforce to they bidding. This booke to be given only to priests of the highest calling, by the order and the hand of Pope Honorius III. Let no man who toucheth these words be without the Glory of God, lest he fail in his worke.
The Hermetic Tracts comprised in this volume are printed from a quarto manuscript (itself a transcript from an older but now untraceable work) belonging to the celebrated collection of the late Mr. Frederick Hockley, who was well known among modern students of the secret sciences, not only for the resources of his Hermetic library, but for his practical acquaintance with many branches of esoteric lore, and for his real or reputed connection with the numerous but unavowed associations which now, as at anterior periods, are supposed to dispense initiation into occult knowledge. Being a collection of alchemical works. Contents: The Secret of the Immortal Liquor called Alkahest; Aurum Potabile; The Admirable Efficacy of the True Oil of Sulphur Vive; The Stone of the Philosophers; The Bosom Book of Sire George Ripley, The Preparation of the Sophic Mercury. Highly recommended.
Photographic reproduction of A. E. Waite's classic 1924 work on the Rosicrucian Order. Waite presents his view of the development and history of the Rosicrucians from the very early days in the Middle Ages and takes them through their various incarnations. A fascinating and detailed work. Many consider this the finest book on the Rosicrucians available.
The mystic tradition in Christian Times is preserved, apart from all questions and traces of Instituted Mysteries, in the literature of Christian Mystical Theology; it is a large and exceedingly scattered literature; some of its most important texts are available in no modern language; they stand very seriously in need of codification, and--if I may be so frank--even of re-expression. But if, for other reasons, they are in their entirety a study which must be left to the expert, there is no person now living in Europe who has not close at his hands the specific, simple, isolated texts--much too numerous to name--which are sufficient to give some general idea of the scope and aims of the tradition. If I were asked to define the literature shortly and comprehensively as a whole, I should call it the texts of the way, the truth and the life in respect of the mystic term. It is not only full but exhaustive as to the way--which is that of the inward world, recollection, meditation, contemplation, the renunciation of all that is lower in the quest of all that is higher--but perhaps the most catholic word of all would be centralisation. It is very full also on the fundamental truth, out of which it arises, that a way does exist and that the way is open.
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