Ora et Labora

Ora et Labora : An OTO Research Journal: Volume III

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With wide-ranging and highly eclectic essays from around the world, Ora Et Labora gathers together the research and findings of the practitioner-scholars of Thelema.

Gathered, curated, and produced by the Grand Lodge of Australia, OTO.

Contents for this Volume:

Alba ad Rubrum: Waratah Blossoms - J. Daniel GuntherLord of Life & Joy - Brent GrayThe 'Occult Macrohistory' of Aleister Crowley - Ian DrummondMundus Imaginalis, the Stone of the Wise - Chris CarrBread and Salt: To be taken with a grain of salt - Frater O.I.PInitiation and the Hermetic Tradition - Shawn GrayThe mantras and the spells: Language and magick - Frater S.P"Anything can be Animated" The Visionary Cinema of Jordan Belson and its Esoteric Core - Gordan DjurdjevicOccultists, Nazis, Atlanteans and Alawites. Vril and the Occult Revival - Daniel Brant Corish'That I may follow and dispel the night': Wagner's Parsifal and Liber XV - Percy A. MindnichA Crack in Everything: Finitude and the Ceremony of the Introit - EntelecheiaAn Examination of the Symbolism of the Gnostic Mass Temple - Michael KolsonTemple Theology in the Gnostic Mass - Padraig MacIainApokalypsis II: Temple mysticism in the New Aeon: An Introduction - Steve KingThe Island of Flames and the spiritual heart. A reflective commentary on Rev. Cosmé Hallelujah's "Notes towards a preliminary analysis of a peculiar motif in the Stele of Ankh-af-na-khonsu" - Shokufeh AlwaziExcursus on Notes towards a preliminary analysis of a particular motif in the Stele of Ankh-af-na-khonsu - Rev. Cosmé Hallelujah
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  • Paperback | 414 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 22mm | 476g
  • English
  • 0645103926
  • 9780645103922
  • 166,118