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Publisher Marketing: A unique and humorous -- and also practical -- approach to the increasingly popular study of Qabalah. This is a seriously funny book! Traditional Qabalistic (or Cabalistic, or, indeed, Kabbalistic -- read this book to find out what the difference is. . .we know youve always wondered) sources tend to be a bit, er, dry. DuQuette spices up the Qabalah and makes it come alive, restoring the joy of learning the fundamentals of this admittedly arcane system by using simple, amusing anecdotes and metaphors. This account, written psuede-pigraphically (fictitiously attributed to a supposed authority), allows DuQuette as Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford to soar to outrageous heights and, when necessary, stand apart from the silliness to highlight the golden eggs of Qabalistic wisdom nested therein. Sure to be a revelation to those who think that learning about the Qabalah needs to be tedious and serious, DuQuette shows that great truths can be transmitted through the medium of laughter.

Contributor Bio: Lon Milo DuQuette:
DuQuette, since 1975, has served as a national governing officer of Ordo Templi Orientis, and influential magical society.

The first and only comprehensive one-volume guide to the lore of the great Jewish esoteric tradtions, incuding the Kabbalah and ancient Hebrew stories and magics. EMBODIED KABBALAH

Experiential. Poetic. Revolutionary. A New Approach to the Tree of Life.

This dynamic, radical departure from traditional Kabbalah books takes you into the Tree of Life not as an observer but as an active participant who engages with every part of the Tree. Presenting dozens of rituals, meditations, memoirs, and hands-on activities, Falling Through the Tree of Life immerses you in living, breathing magic, transforming Kabbalah from a complex topic into an embodied dance of love and learning.

No matter your experience level, Jane Meredith helps you explore each sephira in depth and use its real-world lessons to grow your practice. You'll begin like a butterfly falling through the Tree, unaware of its full power. But the farther you go, the more you'll fall in love with each sephira, from the beauty of Tiferet to the scholarship of Hod. This masterwork shows you how to enjoy the journey—full of heart, spirit, and magic.
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One of the most trusted reference works ever published on the Cabala, now available in a deluxe hardcover edition

This book is a complete guide to Cabalistic magic in which every demon, angel, power, and name of Godevery sephirah, path, and plane of the Tree of Lifeand each attribute and association is fully described and cross-indexed by the Hebrew, English, and numerical forms. An invaluable reference tool for all Cabalists, pathworkers, magicians, and scholars, Godwin’s Cabalistic Encyclopedia explores the most important terms from the Hebrew language, Freemasonry, the Cthulhu mythos, the Aurum Solis, and much more.
Kabbalistic practices to connect with the natural genius of your subconscious and liberate the light within

In this step-by-step guide, Catherine Shainberg reveals how to tap instantly into the subconscious and receive answers to urgent questions. She shares 159 short kabbalistic exercises and practices to help you begin dialoguing with your subconscious through images and discusses how to understand the images that arise.
Dion Fortunes Mystical Qabalah remains a classic in the field. She explores all aspects of the Qabalah-whose disciplines include the esoteric sciences of astrology and tarot, and forms the basis of the Western Mystery Tradition. Her thorough explanation of the Tree of Life, which lies at the heart of Qabalistic teaching, provides a key to the practical working of this mystical system for both novice and initiate.
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In this revision of his critically acclaimed book, More Simplified Magic, Ted Andrews continues to make Qabalistic teachings understandable and accessible to the average individual. This sequel to his groundbreaking work, Simplified Qabala Magic, explores the power of pathworking. CEREMONIAL MAGIC ON THE PAGAN PATH

Explore the Tree of Life from a Pagan Point of View

You don't have to shy away from Qabalah anymore—this book makes it easy to use ceremonial magic and incorporate its symbolism into your Wiccan rituals and workings. Join Jack Chanek on an exploration of Hermetic Qabalah and learn how its concepts can be interwoven with the essential elements of Wicca.

Featuring an abundance of journal prompts, exercises, and correspondences, Qabalah for Wiccans is the ideal resource for understanding Qabalah as a Pagan practitioner. You'll uncover Qabalistic connections to Wiccan theology, ascend the Tree of Life through meditation and ritual, and explore the Tree's ten Sephiroth using the four elements, tarot, and more. Revealing many similarities between the two practices, this remarkable book shows you how Qabalah works and why it matters to your Wiccan path.

Branch Out from Antiquated Interpretations of the Tree of Life

The Hermetic Qabala is a rich framework for understanding ourselves, our magickal workings, and the universe, but outdated descriptions often obscure its intrinsically queer and nonbinary nature. With updated, affirming metaphors and word choices, this guide makes it easy for any practitioner to understand and work with the Tree of Life.

Enfys J. Book welcomes queer people to see themselves in this esoteric practice and offers a variety of pathworkings, exercises, and spells to deepen their understanding of each of the ten spheres (sephiroth). This book also shows magickal communities how to co-create spaces and structures that are friendlier and more accessible to all. With a modern, inclusive understanding of the Qabala, you can enhance your magick, fully express your identity, and conquer life's challenges.
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Now in its 7th printing since republication in 1997, the Sefer Yetzirah has established itself as a primary source for all serious students of Kabbalah. Rabbi Kaplans translation of this oldest and most mysterious of all Kabbalistic texts provides a unique perspective on the meditative and magical aspects of Kabbalah. He expounds on the dynamics of the spiritual domain, the worlds of Sefirot, souls and angels.

This translation is based on Gra version of the Sefer Yetzirah and includes the authors extraordinary commentary on all its mystical aspects including kabbalistic astrology, Ezekiels vision and the 231 gates. Also included are three alternative versions to make this volume the most complete work on the Sefer Yetzirah available in English.
Transform Your Life and Empower Your Soul through the Mystical Union of Qabalah and Shamanism

Take a journey into the Mysteries with Shamanic Qabalah. Fusing Hermetic Qabalah and Peruvian shamanic practices, this book lays out a template for exploring the inner and outer worlds in the tradition of the ancients. Discover how you can make your own way through the Great Workcommuning with the unseen entities and elements of the universe and achieving union with the Divine. Trained in Peruvian shamanism and in Qabalah, author Daniel Moler leads a journey through the dimensions of consciousness to help you live a sacred life in connection with the unseen and unknown Other and where you stand on the earth right now.
This simultaneously funny and serious book provides the easiest, fastest way for readers to painlessly attune themselves to the mysteries of the Hebrew alphabet and immerse themselves in the fundamentals of practical Qabalah. It is a road map from the Godhead to your heada clear and lucid guide to an extremely complex, mystical topic. By performing the exercises and rituals in the book, the reader can complete the self-initiatory process comprising the three main degrees of Rabbi Lamed Ben Cliffords Practical Qabalah course.
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Integrating the Kabbalistic meditative practice of Counting the Omer with the Tarot, Mark Horn explains how this ritual can lead to spiritual revelation, personal insight, and connection with the Divine. Includes a detailed workbook with the Sephirot and Tarot cards for each day, along with questions for reflection and teachings from spiritual traditions. An explanation of the Tree of Life and how its spheres and paths correspond to elements in the Pagan tradition.  Because the classic writings on Qabalah have been expressed primarily in the terminology of the Western Mysteries, ceremonial magic or Judaism This is Volume One of a three-volume set, comprising much of Crowley's early material, written mostly between 1898-1902. His earliest works, written between 1887-1897, were almost entirely destroyed by authorities due to their offensive nature. In writing the material that appears in this volume, Crowley toned things down a notch and moved away from the more lurid and graphic sexual themes he had been primarily focused on. He concentrates almost entirely on religion and mythology in this collection. This reflects a time in his life when he was awakening to an important mystical and spiritual level. It can be seen by the reader how Crowley continues to grow and mature into more advanced ideas in the two remaining volumes, as well. It is hard to think of Crowley as a poet, but his style and advanced mystical vocabulary are unique and go beyond that of everyday poets. His plays are also interesting. Crowley once said that the last play, "Tanhauser: The Story of All Time," contained the theory of special relativity, which Einstein clarified more fully and scientifically three years later, in 1905. This volume contains four poems, five plays, four sections of shorter poems, an Epilogue, and an interesting Appendix on Qabalistic Dogma.
This book contains early works written by Crowley between 1902-1905 and is Volume Two of a three-volume set. He concentrates mostly on mystical poetry and eastern religion in this volume, along with his first important works in the area of magick. The Sword of Song, aka Book of the Beast, is where Crowley makes his first appearance as "The Beast." Science and Buddhism includes Crowley's complete views on Buddhism and reveals its strong connection to modern science. Both of these writings include useful information for those involved in Crowley's secret magickal order, the A..A... Ambrosii Magi Hortus Rosarum is an important mystical book referencing Quabalistic and Hermetic knowledge, in addition to magick and alchemy. The Three Characteristics is a jakata - a Buddhist incarnation story, with himself and Allan Bennett injected as characters with different names. It covers deep philosophical issues on the nature of reality, the workings of the cosmos, and our place within it. Essays in Ontology tries to reconcile the three major religions of Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism through the use of mathematics rather than spiritual or theological concepts. The Excluded Middle and TIME are philosophical satires that close out the book. There are also a number of poems. The more one understands Crowley's magickal terms, the more will be gained from the poetry found here. This book contains early works written by Crowley between 1904-1907 and is Volume Three of a three-volume set. His earliest works, written between 1887-1897, were almost entirely destroyed by authorities due to their offensive nature. In writing the material that appears in this set of books, Crowley toned things down and moved away from the more graphic sexual themes he had been primarily focused on. He concentrates mainly on mystical poetry in this volume, along with an Epilogue containing a scathing indictment of religion. In total we have five poetry sections, two plays and the final essay called Eleusis in the Epilogue and Dedication to all three volumes. Two Appendices close out the work with Notes and an Index to all three volumes. This third volume contains a more flamboyant tone, which carried over into his next great achievement, The Equinox. Almost half this volume contains the poem Orpheus: A Lyrical Legend, which glorifies mythical characters with complex rhyming schemes that mirror his later incantations to various gods. The more one understands Crowley's magickal terms, the more will be gained from the poetry found here.