The Secret Source: The Law of Attraction is One of Seven Ancient Hermetic Laws--Here are the Other Six

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The Secret Source reveals the actual occult doctrines that gave birth to “The Law of Attraction” and inspired the media phenomenon known as The Secret.

Why did The Secret divulge only one of the seven Hermetic Laws? What are the others, what do they say, and how could they enrich your life?

The Secret Source provides the actual texts and fascinating stories behind the “Emerald Tablet,” the Kabbalistic treatise...

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Overview

The Secret Source reveals the actual occult doctrines that gave birth to “The Law of Attraction” and inspired the media phenomenon known as The Secret.

Why did The Secret divulge only one of the seven Hermetic Laws? What are the others, what do they say, and how could they enrich your life?

The Secret Source provides the actual texts and fascinating stories behind the “Emerald Tablet,” the Kabbalistic treatise known as “The Kybalion,” and Manly P. Hall’s essay on the occult movement that produced it.

Maja D’Aoust lectures at the Philosophical Research Society; Adam Parfrey, editor of Apocalypse Culture, is writing a history of secret societies in America; and Jodi Wille is editing a book on the mystical commune known as “The Source.” Manly P. Hall is the author of The Secret Teachings of All Ages.

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Picking up where Rhonda Byrne's The Secretleft off, coauthors D'Aoust (lecturer, Philosophical Research Soc.) and Parfrey (Cult Rapture: Revelations of the Apocalyptic Mind) explain how believers and visionaries from a variety of teachings have improved their well-being using mental powers. They guide readers through several Hermetic teachings, shed light on the New Thought spiritual movement, explain how the Christ mythos and Jewish kabbalistic texts borrowed from the Hermetic tradition, and reveal how many of today's get-rich-quick schemes have roots in Hermetic laws. While not for everyone, this book provides an unbiased view of the teachings of secret societies and will interest many patrons. Recommended for all libraries.


—Deborah Bigelow
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  • ISBN-13: 9781934170076
  • Publisher: Process
  • Publication date: 9/1/2007
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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Jodi Wille is Editor of "Starstruck: Photographs from a Fan" by Gary Lee Boas (Dilettante Press), and "The End is Near!" by Roger Manley (Dilettante Press). She also Edits "Tease" magazine.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2008

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    The Secret Source reveals the occult doctrines and the modern equivalents that gave birth to 'The Law of Attraction' and inspired the media phenomenon known as The Secret. The Secret Source traces the seven Hermetic Laws back to ancient Greece and Egypt and shows how they filtered down through various religions and into the mainstream consciousness of the modern world. This book provides the actual texts and fascinating stories behind the 'Emerald Tablet,' the Kabbalistic treatise known as 'The Kybalion,' and the prosperity consciousness beliefs of the New Thought movement that have given sustenance to health and wealth-oriented seekers of every generation since the late 19th century. If you recognized the power behind 'The Law of Attraction' but felt ambivalent about The Secret's materially-driven, hard-sell approach, you will appreciate this deeper understanding and examination of the Law's true nature and the wisdom required to use it effectively.

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  • Posted December 16, 2010

    MUST READ!!!!

    KNOW THY SELF!!

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