The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life : An Illustrated Study in Magic

By (author) Israel Regardie , Volume editor Chic Cicero , Volume editor Sandra Tabatha Cicero , Edited by Chic


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Delve into the astonishing depths of Regardie's magical magnum opus - one of the most comprehensive books on magic ever to appear * From the author of A Garden of Pomegranates, The Golden Dawn, and The Middle Pillar * A lavishly illustrated edition of The Tree of Life, annotated with critical commentary and explanatory notes * Includes a new introduction, glossary, bibliography, and index In 1932, when magic was a 'forbidden subject', Israel Regardie wrote The Tree of Life at the age of 24. From the day it first appeared, this book has remained in high demand by ceremonial magicians for its skillful combination of ancient wisdom and modern magical experience.

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  • Paperback | 552 pages
  • 154 x 232 x 38mm | 939.99g
  • 26 Jan 2001
  • Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
  • Minnesota
  • English
  • 3rd
  • ill
  • 1567181325
  • 9781567181326
  • 62,599

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Israel Regardie (1907-1985) was credited with removing the excessive secrecy surrounding modern occultism and for making the techniques of high magic available to all interested students. This edition was annotated by two Senior Adepts of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

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A Twenty-first-century Edition of a Magical ClassicSince it was first published in 1932, The Tree of Life has provided spiritual seekers and aspiring magicians with the most comprehensive study of the common threads of magical theory and practice. Israel Regardie's mission of bringing magic into the light of understanding takes a giant step forward in this new edition. Two Adept associates of Regardie's have contributed these enhancements: -- Annotations throughout, with critical commentary and explanatory notes -- A new introduction, glossary, bibliography, and index -- Askenazic Hebrew translated to common Sephardic -- A large number of new illustrationsIf you are looking for a complete introduction to the study of magic, or if you have an older copy and would like a clearer, more usable version, you will not find a better choice than this edition of The Tree of Life.

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