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The Occult Book A Chronological Journey from Alchemy to Wicca

Descubra el pasado oculto desde la Antigüedad hasta nuestros días con uno de los profesionales y expertos más respectados Emprenda un esclarecedor viaje a través de la historia oculta explorando 100 dramáticos incidentes conocimiento Okay So I am an ordinary citizen of a modern republic I am grounded in a worldview centered on the 18th century enlightenment mostly I did not come to this book looking for magic spells or to talk to dead relatives I approached this book in the spirit of Umberto Eco or Jorge Luis Borges as a history of Arcana in the western tradition which cross pollinated of course with other traditions in Africa and Asia and native Americans That is pretty much what I got out of this book and it is why I enjoyed it I like how this chronological catalog of rejected ideas in the Western tradition holds up a funhouse mirror to its main intellectual tradition It is like seeing Western Civ through a looking glass darkly Good stuff and written in a Borgesian style See my updates for detail

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El primer tarot y los caballeros templarios y de los primeros horóscopos a las prácticas adivinatorias y el nacimiento de la brujería moderna o wicca Cada entrada acompañada de una impresionante imagen o un fascinante objeto efímero The Occult Book is a fantastic source for interesting footnotes and personalities in the history of The Occult It's a great place to start deeper research on the subject or to find reference material for specific aspects of The Occult that interest you I initially purchased the audio version to listen to during my commute to and from work but I will definitely be purchasing a print version for easy reference


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  1. says:

    Okay So I am an ordinary citizen of a modern republic I am grounded in a worldview centered on the 18th century enlightenment mostly I did not come to this book looking for magic spells or to talk to dead relatives I approached this book in the spirit of Umberto Eco or Jorge Luis Borges as a history of Arcana in the western tradition which cross pollinated of course with other traditions in Africa and Asia and native Americans That is pretty much what I got out of this book and it is why I enjoyed it I like how this chronological catalog of rejected ideas in the Western tradition holds up a funhouse mirror to its main intellectual tradition It is like seeing Western Civ through a looking glass darkly Good stuff and written in a Borgesian style See my updates for detail


  2. says:

    This is the bathroom book of the occult It is a series of short entries about the major figures and movements in Western Occultism arranged chronologically I can imagine a BBC series with David Attenborough doing the voice over If you're looking for detail and inclusiveness then you want Greer's New Encyclopedia of the Occult though that is arranged alphabetically and not written for the casual reader It was interesting breezy and seeing the info put down chronologically was a nice touch It suffered for me from already having been exposed to most of this information before but I expected that This book ends at 2012 not because any of the prophecies came to pass but like his Encyclopedia he shies away from writing about people who are still living If you've ever read a comments thread on an internet forum devoted to the occult you will understand why Come to think of it if you've ever read a comment thread on the internet you will understand why


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    I know that I hung on the windy tree Nine full nights Pierced by a spear offered to Odin Myself to myself Upon that tree of which none knows Where its roots runI love this book It gives you just enough about a topic for you to decide if you want to look up about a certain topic and subject and it's short enough that if you don't care about a topic that you don't have to read a lot about it So it works out wellAlso the book sis simply beautiful Outside and inside Every single entry has pictures of what the topic is and they are stunning Such an easy read and simple history of the occult Great for anyone whose just getting into the occult and wanting to know the basic history of it


  4. says:

    A whistle stop tour that i learned a great deal from Encouragingly unbiased and respectful of the characters which made it all the readable


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    A list of men erasing women from historyThis is one of those history books that make it seem as if men multiplie via vegetative reproduction Spiritual practices performed buy women have for a great part of history been regarded as occult as anything conducted buy women were outside of the norm This book completely fails to even mention how the victims during the burning times were mostly nonconforming people ie women or non binary individuals It does not even mention how the spiritualistic movement consisted mostly of women who found a way to excel in something as they were regarded as sensible and thus susceptible to travels into a spiritual realmIf you are seeking historical information I suggest you look for other resources


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    This book follows the same setup as ”Death and the Afterlife” which appears to be in the same series The authors are not the same though but if you’ve read one of the books you know what you’re in for It’s a nice little journey through the ages this time dealing with the history of occult traditions and phenomena There is one page per topic each and every one of which comes with a picture painting or image connected to that subject The content is definitely relevant beginning from the ancient Greeks moving through the Platonists and the Neo Platonists continuing through the middle ages and all the way up to the recent 2012 speculations I particurlarly enjoyed reading about the late middle ages and the renaissance where we become familiar with some highly influential yet relatively unknown names Giordano Bruno Marsilio Ficino Tomasso Campanella and Paracelsus are a few examples all being important figures in their timesWe also follow the known beginnings and evolution of Tarot as well as some sections on the rosecruzians probably didn’t spell that right Individuals such as Manley P Hall Madame Blavatsky and Aleister Crowly also get some space There is even a section on Freud and his split with Carl Jung the latter who gets a much favorable mention in occult contextsJust like with any book with a similar layout it’s good for anyone who wants an introduction to a subject but that is not it’s main attraction if you ask me Rather it’s the visual aspects with its vivid and epic pictures that really leaves a trace in one’s memory In other words it’s one of those books you just want to have in your bookshelf; a show and tell kind of thing Bring it out whenever you have a friendly visit of an intellectual nature4 hidden deities out of 5 possible


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    I'm a sucker for a beautiful hardcover book and this one was no exception It was given to me not that long ago and I finally started reading it before bed which was the ideal time to read it The chapters are all one page long making it perfect to pick up and put down at one's leisure Each entry also contains uick references to other pertinent information So if you're reading about the origins of Tarot you can also check out the origins of the Rider Waithe deck as well as Wicca going mainstream There are far comprehensive occult books on the market but this is a good overview and it's extremely pretty to boot


  8. says:

    Fun book to read for the person interested in the Occult John Michael Greer covers the usual suspects but there are gems in this book well worth pursuing for example Andrew Jackson Davis who I had never heard of and found fascinating And I was especially happy to see Greer in the entry on the Rider Waite Tarot deck mention Pamela Colman Smith the unsung and often unappreciated artistic genius behind the deck It's a shame it isn't known as the Rider Waite Colman Smith deckit should beAlso refreshing is Greer's attention to detail and what can be reliably substantiated Rare with books on the Occult Fun and Fascinating read for a pleasant afternoon


  9. says:

    The Occult Book is a fantastic source for interesting footnotes and personalities in the history of The Occult It's a great place to start deeper research on the subject or to find reference material for specific aspects of The Occult that interest you I initially purchased the audio version to listen to during my commute to and from work but I will definitely be purchasing a print version for easy reference


  10. says:

    It was a surprisingly interesting read The chronological stories are like highlights that go over the progression of the two It references a lot of literature and gives a different perspective on what we think we know It made me feel like I was back in school and glad for it


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