Entance to the Magical Qaballah

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In this significant new work, Denning and Phillips set forth the essential traditions and teachings of the treasury and arcane learning which is known as the Qabalah.

Everything that is, ourselves included, is seen by the Qabalah as existing in some or all of four "worlds" or levels of being.

These Worlds supply the whole fabric of our existence, and we in turn are integral parts of them. It is from this primal unity of person and kosmos that ...

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Overview

In this significant new work, Denning and Phillips set forth the essential traditions and teachings of the treasury and arcane learning which is known as the Qabalah.

Everything that is, ourselves included, is seen by the Qabalah as existing in some or all of four "worlds" or levels of being.

These Worlds supply the whole fabric of our existence, and we in turn are integral parts of them. It is from this primal unity of person and kosmos that our great aspirations spring: our longing to know and to experience the reality, not only of that mystery which encompasses us. For each of these mysteries reflects the other.

This very fact of the reflected likeness gives us a key to both mysteries, a key to mystical and to psychological understanding. It is this fact which makes magic possible. It is this same fact which makes the Qabalah a coherent system in which the aspirant does not follow blindly but with a comprehension ever increasing, and without ever losing that uplifting sense of wonder and adventure which are rightfully a part of life itself.

With clarity and insight, the authors explore the origins and spirit of this system, its relationship to the Hermetic writings and the Zohar, its great patterns of thought and method, its spiritual sources of power and it's tremendous creative potential. The question of evil is addressed in a study of the Qlippoth and unbalanced force. Here also, among many other vital topics, are considered the role of the Supernal Mother in the cosmic scheme, the structure and functions of the psyche, spiritual realms, the destiny of the soul after death, the nature of the Gods, the way of the magical attainment and the crossing of the Abyss.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781870450355
  • Publisher: Thoth Publications
  • Publication date: 12/31/1997
  • Pages: 170

Table of Contents

Part 1 The Fundamentals

1 The Qabalah and the Zohar - a first word 9

2 The Four Worlds and the dynamic archetypes 12

3 The contribution of the Hermetic Corpus 20

4 Traditions continued in the Zohar 25

5 The Ten Sephiroth 35

6 Binah and the seven planetary powers 41

7 The Three Columns 46

8 The Words of Power 52

Part 2 The Worlds of The Fallible and The Nature of Man

9 The Qlippoth 61

10 Humankind, earthly and archetypal 68

11 The powers within us 74

12 Heavens, hells and the soul 83

13 Sons of the Most High 94

Part 3 The Paths and The Way of Return

14 The Ascent of the Tree 104

Part 4 Correspondences

Table 1 The ten Sephiroth 127

Table 2 Sephirothic Divine Names 127

Table 3 Planetary colours and metals 128

Table 4 The Heavens of Assiah 128

Table 5 The seven Heavens of Yetzirah 129

Table 6 The seven Hells 129

Table 7 The seven Palaces in Briah 129

Table 8 The sephirothic choras of angels 130

Table 9(a) The Hebrew alphabet 130

Table 9(b) Influences on the alphabetic Paths 131

Table 10 Archangels of the 32 Paths 132

Table 11 Angels of the alphabetic Paths 133

Table 12 Incenses, perfumes, botanical symbols 134

Table 13 Gemstones and other minerals 135

Notes On The Correspondences 137

Bibliography 165

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