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Alchemy & Kabbalah: The Keys of Radical Spiritual Transformation

Alchemy & Kabbalah: The Keys of Radical Spiritual Transformation

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by Samael Aun Weor

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The most ancient sciences in the world are Alchemy and Kabbalah, which are the practical, spiritual knowledge hidden in the depths of every great religion and mystical tradition.

Modern scientists are only recently discovering what these ancient teachings have always known: that we are a part of a multidimensional universe, and that our Consciousness, our


The most ancient sciences in the world are Alchemy and Kabbalah, which are the practical, spiritual knowledge hidden in the depths of every great religion and mystical tradition.

Modern scientists are only recently discovering what these ancient teachings have always known: that we are a part of a multidimensional universe, and that our Consciousness, our awareness, can expand to perceive matter and energy that are invisible to the flesh. Just as physics and chemistry illuminate our understanding of the physical world, Alchemy and Kabbalah constitute a scientific method to awaken the Consciousness and fully develop the human being, opening the doors to vast worlds that are hidden from the physical senses.

This awakening or alchemical birth requires a precise scientific method, for everything that exists depends upon causes and conditions. Hidden in centuries of mystical texts and obscure drawings are the specific instructions that lead towards the opening of their inner senses and the entrance into a higher life. The Philosopher's Stone, the secret of transmuting lead into gold, and many other sacred mysteries long restricted to initiates who had proven their trustworthiness were publicly revealed for the first time by the author Samael Aun Weor.

These mystical sciences are hidden in the twenty-two primary Tarot cards, whose origins and precise meanings have never before now been publicly revealed. Now, see for yourself how these ancient traditions are all truly one science. Discover the keys to unlock the mysteries hidden in scriptures, mystical texts, and enigmatic images, and most importantly the mysteries hidden within us.

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There are two types of kabbalists: intellectual kabbalists and intuitive kabbalists. The intellectual kabbalists are black magicians, whilst the intuitive kabbalists are white magicians.

Many times the sidereal gods answer our questions by showing us a Tarot card; we must intuitively comprehend the answer that is given onto us. Intuitive kabbalists comprehend what destiny held in reserve to them by just seeing any card of the Tarot.

Gnostic Kabbalah is the doctrine of practical Christification. We do not theorize here. This is a one hundred percent practical work. Many students long for their Christification but they do not know where to start, because they do not know the clue, the secret.

Here we give away the clue, the secret, the key, to every stu- dent. Here is the clue, thirsty lovers of the truth: now practice.

You are not alone. We love you profoundly, thus when you tread on the path of the razor's edge, you will be internally assisted by the brethren of the temple.

In this course we deliver the clue of resurrection. We have torn the veil of the sanctuary. Here you have all the secrets; here are all the clues of Christification. Here is written the doctrine that the Adorable taught in secret to his humble disciples.

The Adorable One will remain with us until the end of times. This is his doctrine. Here you have it: study it and prac- tice it.

Meet the Author

The name Samael Aun Weor is Hebrew and is pronounced sam-ayel on vay-ohr. Samael Aun Weor wrote over sixty books, gave thousands of lectures, and formed the worldwide Gnostic Movement, whose members number in the millions. And yet, in spite of his wisdom and generosity towards mankind, he said: "Do not follow me. I am just a signpost. Reach your own Self-realization." His lifelong mission was to deliver to humanity the total and exact science to develop the complete human being, that mysterious and ancient wisdom long hidden in the bosom of every great religion.

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Alchemy & Kabbalah: The Keys of Radical Spiritual Transformation 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
VO1177 More than 1 year ago
Alchemy and the Kabbalah in the Tarot is detail orientated covering all aspects of the Tarot, of the obstacles we may face and enlightenment we may obtain along the path. The book flows along from number to number making it easy to follow. This book emphasizes the same powerful message that divine sexuality is the base of all religions and demonstrates this ancient knowledge as you move through each card. It offers practical work and measures of your state of being that the reader can use to apply in that present moment. It’s an excellent study and a great addition to your personal library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This has to be one of the most straight-forward, informative and practical books out there on the subject ? period. In comparison to most books on Alchemy and Kabbalah, this crystalline exposition clears away many of the cobwebs that have gathered on this mystical science for the last century and a half, after the origination and dissipation of occult societies like Theosophy, or the eclipse of other esoteric schools such as the Golden Dawn. This is not to say that the information gleaned from these societies are futile and vain; in fact, the author of this book, Samael Aun Weor, often refers to the insights of previous esotericsts in conjunction with his own verse. The principle difference between the insights of this author with others is that none have ever been so clear, so comprehensive, and so inclusive of all mystical traditions without discrimination. Nothing is left unsaid, and this is a tremendous feat given the relatively small size of this book in comparison with the tomes (or perhaps better said, tombs) of ancient lore. A lot of the wisdom of previous authors is often glossed over or ignored simply because those authors did not give the entire breadth of their knowledge. While the manner they used to treat upon these subjects is quite extensive and scholarly, a lot of the subject matter remains ambiguous and obscure, due to the restrictions placed upon those authors in relation with the maturity of their occult societies and the exoteric populace. Most times such works were intended only for the Initiated to grasp through an intuitive intellection, available solely through the cultivation of spiritual discipline. Those who managed to step beyond the limitations provided by exterior circumstances were capable of understanding this knowledge, despite the lack of preparation amongst many occult orders and humanity's collective psychology across different races and cultures. Another unique quality of this book is that, given the spiritual atmosphere of the Western psychology, it meets those students' needs through a Western system: that founded upon the wisdom of the Gnostics, which as Dion Fortune wrote is the mysticism of Hebraic Kabbalah, the ceremonial magic of the Egyptians, and the dialectics of the Greeks. Samael Aun Weor's book lives up to these branches of esotericism within the Initiatic Tarot: it contains a timeless philosophy founded upon the basis of Western religion and the occult magic of the great Mystery Schools. If you do not know what any of this means, but are interested in studying the Tarot, then this book is an excellent place to start. Samael Aun Weor's later masterpiece, Tarot and Kabbalah, is a more in-depth study of the subject, but this smaller volume in itself is a wonderful introduction to the divine laws of man and the cosmos, symbolized by the Twenty-two Major Arcana (pl. Arcana, sing. Arcanum, "law") wherein is found the structure and development of the soul towards perfection. There are countless books on the Tarot, and I have read into many systems of divination, but none have been as fruitful as the one given in this work. The wonderful part about this text is that after reading it, one can read authors like Gurdjieff, Blavatsky, Steiner, Mathers and others, and reap so much more wisdom than before, since the knowledge, once posited with delicacy so as to escape suspicion, opens new doors of understanding that were previously locked.