Theosophy Religion and Occult Science

A foundational text of the theosophical movement and an indispensable source for research into nineteenth-century spiritualism and occult philosophy.

Author: Henry Steel Olcott

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108072649

Category: Political Science

Page: 390

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A foundational text of the theosophical movement and an indispensable source for research into nineteenth-century spiritualism and occult philosophy.

Modern Occult Rhetoric

De Prurucker, Occult Glossary, 46–47. 35. Blavatsky, The Key to Theosophy, 1–71, and Isis Unveiled, 1:v–viii. 36. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, 2:711. 37.

Author: Joshua Gunn

Publisher: University of Alabama Press

ISBN: 9780817356569

Category: History

Page: 370

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A broadly interdisciplinary study of the pervasive secrecy in America cultural, political, and religious discourse. The occult has traditionally been understood as the study of secrets of the practice of mysticism or magic. This book broadens our understanding of the occult by treating it as a rhetorical phenomenon tied to language and symbols and more central to American culture than is commonly assumed. Joshua Gunn approaches the occult as an idiom, examining the ways in which acts of textual criticism and interpretation are occultic in nature, as evident in practices as diverse as academic scholarship, Freemasonry, and television production. Gunn probes, for instance, the ways in which jargon employed by various social and professional groups creates barriers and fosters secrecy. From the theory wars of cultural studies to the Satanic Panic that swept the national mass media in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Gunn shows how the paradox of a hidden, buried, or secret meaning that cannot be expressed in language appears time and time again in Western culture. These recurrent patterns, Gunn argues, arise from a generalized, popular anxiety about language and its limitations. Ultimately, Modern Occult Rhetoric demonstrates the indissoluble relationship between language, secrecy, and publicity, and the centrality of suspicion in our daily lives.

Occult Tales

GLOSSARY It has also been thought useful for the serious reader to include a small glossary . Few subjects for lack of space could be included , and the ...

Author: H. P. Blavatsky

Publisher: Health Research Books

ISBN: 0787313602

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Page: 218

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Contents: an Allegory; Karmic Visions; a Bewitched Life; Can the Double Murder?; an Unsolved Mystery; the Luminous Shield; the Cave of the Echoes; from the Polar Lands; the Ensouled Violin; a Weird Tale; Where the Rishis Were; a Curious Tale;.

Changing World Religions Cults Occult

... through communication with the dead, typically using occult methods. ... Source: Craig Hawkins, The Modern World of Witchcraft, part 2, glossary ...

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Publisher: Jerry Stokes

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Metaphysics Terminology

esoteric glossary Silvio Guerrinha. our body, emanated by our body and chakras (Arats). It also contains information about us, like a mini Akasha field.

Author: Silvio Guerrinha

Publisher: Silvio Guerrinha

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 230

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This book involves in-depth research, conducted over the last ten years. It covers subjects such as metaphysics, parapsychology, paranormal, ovniology, occultism, transhumanism, spiritism, conscientiology, alchemy, gnosis and quantum physics.It includes new and little known terminology, creating a correlation between them, over 650 terms and 231 pages. Contains illustrations.

Occult Glossary

This is a new release of the original 1933 edition.

Author: G. De Purucker

Publisher:

ISBN: 1258836394

Category: Theosophy

Page: 192

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This is a new release of the original 1933 edition.

Dictionary of Mysticism

Larva: In occultism, a visible manifestation of the astral shell or etheric ... (G. de Purucker, Occult Glossary, Theosophical University Press, 1953.) ...

Author: Frank Gaynor

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781504055079

Category: Social Science

Page: 422

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Dictionay of Mysticism provides concise definitions for over 2,200 terms used in many philosophies, religions, and doctrines which relate to the influence of the superhuman and supernatural on man’s everyday life. Terms relating to esoteric philosophy, occultism, religious mysticism, spiritualism, alchemy, and psychical research are defined. Particular attention is given to the Oriental philosophies of Buddhism, Brahmanism, Sufism, Lamaism, Zoroastrianism, Theosophy, and Cabbalism. Also included are terms used in magic and demonology.

Creator and Creators

Purucker, G. de, Occult Glossary, 98-99, 1972. Pasadena, Theosophical University Press. 2. Theosophy calls human archetypes 'Manu' (the word 'Manvantara', ...

Author: Roza Riaikkenen

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781785357084

Category: Philosophy

Page: 224

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Creator and Creators starts from the point of Nothing/Everything and the cosmic Rhythm, and gradually includes and explains the esoteric and exoteric mechanisms that lead to manifestation of life as we know it. Through an analysis of personal experience and the synthesis of spiritual philosophy and modern discoveries in cosmology, quantum physics, and the holographic mechanisms of genetics and neurophysiology Creator and Creators develops a new definition of Matter and new explanations of the nature of Time, Gravitational Waves, and Dark Energy. The book also solves the argument between the creationists and evolutionists by providing a cyclic theory of Creation and Evolution.

The Poetic Enigma of Alfred de Vigny

The Rosetta Stone of Esoteric Literature Denise Bonhomme ... The Occult Glossary of G. de Purucker defines Chakra as follows: “A word signifying in general ...

Author: Denise Bonhomme

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781553954705

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 502

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This book is devoted to the veiled message transmitted in the works of famous authors over a period of centuries. Esoteric literature is the massive body of Western and other writings containing a philosophical "contraband"-ever the same under a deceptive variety of surfaces or veils. In the words of Marcel Proust, "the great writers have never done but one work." Alfred de Vigny- a nineteenth century poet, novelist and playwright- belongs to the literary brotherhood involved in the transmission of the concealed message. Rabelais, Voltiare, Anatole France, Ibsen and Proust are only a few of his fellow-smugglers. English and American literatures have their share of such writers. So does the literary heritage of other European nations and of Latin America. This book contains a glossary of major key-words of the verbal "algebra" used by esoteric writers. Sensitive readers are encouraged to read the biography and the glossary first and the poetry of Vigny next. This will enable some of them to discover by and for themselves the full beauty and depth of the texts. Extraordinary findings await the esoteric readers of the literary production of Vigny. There are hints of the greatness of Atlantis. There is a vast panorama of Time and Space. There are suggestions of a startling view of the inner structure of planet Earth, a view that is also reflected in the various utopias of classical authors. Last but not least, there is the generally unsuspected, radiant reality of the works and the life of Vigny. Please visit: www.degn.org/Bonhomme

A History of Magic Witchcraft and the Occult

fits well with the strong tradition of brujería (folk magic and occult religious ... CONTENTS GLOSSARY GLOSSARY ACKNOWLEDGMENTS g GLOSSARY g CONTENTS GLOSSARY.

Author: DK

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9780241483978

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 320

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Discover the beguiling history of witchcraft, magic, and superstition through the centuries in this stunningly illustrated title. A History of Magic, Witchcraft and the Occult charts the extraordinary narrative of one of the most interesting and often controversial subjects in the world, covering everything from ancient animal worship and shamanism, through alchemy and divination to modern Wicca and the resurgence of the occult in 21st-century literature, cinema, and television. Providing readers with a comprehensive, balanced, and unbiased account of everything from Japanese folklore and Indian witchcraft to the differences between black and white magic, and dispelling myths such as those surrounding the voodoo doll and Ouija, the book explores the common human fear of, and fascination with spells, superstition, and the supernatural. The perfect introduction to magic and the occult, it explores forms of divination from astrology and palmistry to the Tarot and runestones, mystical plants and potions such as mandrake, the presence of witchcraft in literature from Shakespeare's Macbeth to the Harry Potter series, and the ways in which magic has interacted with religion. The most comprehensive illustrated history of witchcraft available, A History of Magic, Witchcraft and the Occult will enthral and fascinate you with its lavish illustrated, accessible entries, whether you are a believer or sceptic.

Routledge Revivals Ethnomethodological Studies of Work 1986

The esoteric doctrine is the common property of mankind, ... (G. de Purucker, Occult Glossary The prescriptive suspension of the relevance of historical and ...

Author: Harold Garfinkel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351714303

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 206

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First published in 1986, this collection of essays brings together ethnomethodological studies from key academics of the discipline, including the renowned scholar Harold Garfinkel who established and developed the field. In addition to four case studies, the volume begins and ends with two essays which discuss some of the theory employed by ethnomethodologists. The essays in this collection look at a range of areas, from truck wheel accidents and their regulation, to martial arts and alchemy and provide concise and insightful examples of the ways in which ethnomethodology can be applied to a number of settings and subjects. This work will be of interest to those studying ethnomethodology and sociology.

Ethnomethodological Studies of Work

The esoteric doctrine is the common property of mankind, and it has always been thus. ... (G.de Purucker, Occult Glossary The prescriptive suspension of the ...

Author: Harold Garfinkel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134812042

Category: Social Science

Page: 204

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First published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.