Occult Science

The book sets out, in systematic order, the fundamental facts concerning the nature and constitution of the human being and, in chronological order, the history of the universe and man.

Occult Science

Author: Rudolf Steiner

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press

ISBN: 1855842963

Page: 224

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Given his energetic involvement in practical initiatives and extensive lecturing, Rudolf Steiner had little time to write books. Of those he did write - belonging almost entirely to the earlier years of his work - four titles form an indispensable introduction to his later teaching: Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, Theosophy, The Philosophy of Freedom and Occult Science. The anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner is not a theoretical system, but the results of research based on direct observation. As Steiner's research was so vast and conducted over such a long period of time, no single book can be said to contain the whole of his spiritual teaching. However, of all his books Occult Science comes closest. Steiner even referred to it as 'an epitome of anthroposophical spiritual science'. The book sets out, in systematic order, the fundamental facts concerning the nature and constitution of the human being and, in chronological order, the history of the universe and man. Whereas the findings of natural science are derived from observations made through the senses, the findings of spiritual science, or anthroposophy, are 'occult' inasmuch as they derive from direct observation of realities which are hidden to everyday perception. And yet these elements of humanity and the universe form the foundation of the sense world. A substantial part of Occult Science is occupied by a description of the preliminary training which is necessary to make such spiritual observations. Although Occult Science is not all-inclusive, it is indispensable to any serious student seeking to master Rudolf Steiner's extraordinary philosophy.

Secrets Of Occult Science

What sun sign we are born under and how it affects our personality and life; the use of lucky charms and Tantric articles to mitigate evil influences and attain good health, wealth and happiness; modern yantras like Crystal Ball Gazing and ...

Secrets Of Occult Science

Author: L. R. Chawdhri

Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd

ISBN: 9781845570231

Page: 144

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God has created this world and everything in it has a meaning. It is for man to discover these hidden meanings or messages and decipher them, for his own good. Ancient civilisations like those of the Hindus, Greeks, Romans, Chaldaeans, Chinese and Sumerians considered these hidden meanings to be of vital significance in the context of the destiny and personality of human beings. Dreams, omens, moles on a person's body, twitching of certain parts of the body, handwriting -- all have a hidden meaning for us to discover. What sun sign we are born under and how it affects our personality and life; the use of lucky charms and Tantric articles to mitigate evil influences and attain good health, wealth and happiness; modern yantras like Crystal Ball Gazing and the Mystic Eye, are all dealt with in this book in a simple and interesting manner for the uninitiated reader, as well as for astrologers, palmists and others.

The Occult Sciences

Medicine formed a part of the Occult Science : it was not long exercised by the
Priests ; Diseases were supposed to be sent by Malevolent Genii , or the irritated
Gods ; the Cures were considered Miracles , or Works of Magic . - Credulity and ...

The Occult Sciences

Author: Eusèbe Salverte

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Elementary Treatise of Occult Science

This volume, translated and annotated by Mark Mikituk with a foreword by John Michael Greer, provides a captivating view of Papus's visionary mind and his radical ideas.

Elementary Treatise of Occult Science

Author: John Michael Greer

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ISBN: 9780738754970

Page: 312

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An Essential Work of 19th-Century French Occultism from the Leading Intellectual of the Era Explore Papus's Pivotal Teachings on the Secret History of the World, Symbols and Their Meanings, and the Nature of the Magical Universe Available in English for the First Time One of the most important books in the modern history of occultism, Papus's Elementary Treatise of Occult Science helped establish the shape of occult thinking and practice for decades...and its legacy as a source of spiritual philosophy continues today. Never before published in English, this work explores a fascinating interpretation of the history of the world and develops a powerful approach to decoding esoteric symbolism, a crucial skill for contemporary occultists. Papus also provides a stunning analysis of ancient mysteries, including Hermeticism, astrology, magic, alchemy, theosophy, signification of numbers, the astral plane, sacred geometry, Kabbalah, the tetragrammaton, the pyramids, and much more. This premium hardcover edition introduces the contemporary occultist to the ideas of one of history's most profound metaphysical thinkers. Front Flap: "Let us open the door and let us not be blinded by the light which escapes it, let us not be afraid to say that which must be said, because the masters wished that certain mysteries be revealed...What then have you seen on the occult side of the Universe?"--Papus Elementary Treatise on Occult Science was one of the most influential books to emerge from the turn-of-the-century French occult revival--a detailed and readable description of the magical universe and humanity's place in it. Many important teachers and authors of the esoteric arts--including Madame Blavatsky, Rudolf Steiner, and Manly P. Hall--were influenced by Papus's vision of occult philosophy and the hidden side of history. This volume, translated and annotated by Mark Mikituk with a foreword by John Michael Greer, provides a captivating view of Papus's visionary mind and his radical ideas.

Occult Sciences in the Renaissance

"The only short and acceptable summary and analysis of the five Renaissance occult sciences." - Times Literary Supplement "The . . . usefulness of this book for students of Renaissance literature and culture will not soon be ended.

Occult Sciences in the Renaissance

Author: Wayne Shumaker

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520038401

Page: 287

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"The only short and acceptable summary and analysis of the five Renaissance occult sciences." - Times Literary Supplement "The . . . usefulness of this book for students of Renaissance literature and culture will not soon be ended." - Virginia Quarterly Review "The absence of contaminating traces either of condescension or of credulousness give this absorbing volume a special authority and place on the shelves of any reader or any library where the history of modern thoughts is relevant." - Scientific American "A remarkable summary and analysis of the five systems of esoteric science so influential in the Renaissance." - Milton Quarterly "A magnificent job of tying together a vast number of diverse sources into a unified whole . . . engrossing in its entirety." -The Sciences

Occult Science in India and Among the Ancients

Upon reaching the third degree of initiation, the Brahmins were divided into tens,
and a superior Guru, or professor of the occult sciences, was placed over each
decade. He was revered by bis disciples as a god. The following is a portrait of ...

Occult Science in India and Among the Ancients

Author: Louis Jacolliot

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 159605400X

Page: 280

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Though deeply sceptical with regard to spirits, I often wondered, whenever I saw an experiment of this kind, whether or not some natural force had not been brought into play, with which we were totally unacquainted. I merely state the facts without further comment.-on the "trick" of "the magic stick"Spirit forces that make leaves dance in still air and buoyant wooden sticks sink in water and fakirs who levitate themselves and induce plants to grow overnight. A European observer in mid-19th century India reports-in the straightforward and unsensational fashion of a religious skeptic-the seemingly wondrous feats of Indian mystics, offering a unique first-person perspective on extraordinary phenomenon that continues to be referenced today by modern spiritualists and those interested in the paranormal. First published in English in 1884, this intriguing book also includes a translation of esoteric works of Indian magic that have been likened to the Jewish Kabbalah.French writer and jurist LOUIS JACOLLIOT (1837-1890) served in French India as a government official. Among his extensive works on Indian culture are Voyage au pays des fakirs charmeurs (1881).

The Occult Sciences

This ancient and principal branch of the occult sciences derives its name from
ασης , a star , and royos , discourse , meaning the doctrine of the stars . In early
ages astronomy and astrology were one study , and with this agrees the
definition of ...

The Occult Sciences

Author: Edward Smedley

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Page: 376

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Occult Science

It requires the search by the student for the AS YET , to him , invisible ; for the
Occult or " hidden " parts in man and Nature ; that the invisible may become
visible by being brought into manifestation . Contemporary science makes its
efforts ...

Occult Science

Author: Reuben Swinburne Clymer

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Page: 271

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An Outline of Esoteric Science

In this basic work of spiritual science, readers learn how the creation and evolution of humanity is embedded at the heart of the vast, invisible web of interacting cosmic beings through whom the alchemical processes of cosmic evolution ...

An Outline of Esoteric Science

Author: Rudolf Steiner

Publisher: SteinerBooks

ISBN: 9780880104098

Page: 435

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"As vital and relevant as when it was first published in 1910, this materpiece of esoteric, Rosicrucian cosmology (on which Rudolf Steiner worked and then reworked for many years, making it ever more precise and accurate) remains the most effective presentation to date of the spiritual alternative to contemporary materialist cosmologies and the Darwinian view of human nature and evolution. In this basic work of spiritual science, readers learn how the creation and evolution of humanity is embedded at the heart of the vast, invisible web of interacting cosmic beings through whom the alchemical processes of cosmic evolution unfold. There are also descriptions of the different bodies of the human being and their relation to sleep and death, as well as a detailed practical guide to the methods or exercises, including the "Rose Cross Meditation," by which such initiation knowledge can be attained. Most remarkable and revolutionary of all, perhaps, is the central function that Rudolf Steiner allots to the Christ and to the entrance of Christ into early evolution through the Mystery of Golgotha." -- back cover.

Occult Science and Occult Development

The findings of occult investigation can be understood today by every human
being who is willing to clear away obstacles to comprehension . What can be
learnt as the result of occult development is occult science , and in the present
cycle of ...

Occult Science and Occult Development

Author: Rudolf Steiner

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press

ISBN: 9788544041390

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English Mechanics and the World of Science

THE OCCULT SCIENCES AND ANIMAL MAGNETISM.–I. B Y MI. B A U C H E .
IN introducing to our readers the subject of the occult sciences and animal
magnetism, we are well aware that we are not calling their attention to what is
called a ...

English Mechanics and the World of Science

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Healing with Occult Science

By viewing the unique sigils in this book daily, you'll build powerful fields of healing energy within yourself. Without a connection to the fields of healing consciousness, you cannot express your true healing potential.

Healing with Occult Science

Author: Kenyata Long

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781720411093

Page: 70

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Unleash your natural healing ability with this first ever Mysterious Book Of Masters Talismanic Book created by the leader in the occult sciences, The Intergalactic Guild Of Occult Sciences.You'll learn powerful methods to help heal yourself and others. By viewing the unique sigils in this book daily, you'll build powerful fields of healing energy within yourself. Without a connection to the fields of healing consciousness, you cannot express your true healing potential. All doctors with a amazing bedside manner, anybody around whom you feel better just by spending time in their presence possesses strong healing field connections. Whether you want to increase your proficiency in healing arts such as reiki, therapeutic touch, quantum touch, or you just want to give yourself magical insurance against sickness and disease, this book is the book for you.This healing talisman book can be used to increase the healing power you project during healing rituals. It's a living book that aids on your journey to unleash the soul mechanic within you. Become a field of healing energy and enjoy life to the fullest with the occult sciences.If you're in the health care industry and you work as a doctor, nurse, nurses aide, etc, then you'll be able to use the techniques in the book to bring healing energy to every patient that you see.

Occult Scientific Mentalities

The essays in this volume present a collective study of one of the major problems in the recent history of science: To what extent did the occult 'sciences' (alchemy, astrology, numerology, and natural magic) contribute to the scientific ...

Occult Scientific Mentalities

Author: Brian Vickers

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521338363

Page: 424

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The essays in this volume present a collective study of one of the major problems in the recent history of science: To what extent did the occult 'sciences' (alchemy, astrology, numerology, and natural magic) contribute to the scientific revolution of the late Renaissance? These studies of major scientists (Kepler, Bacon, Mersenne, and Newton) and of occultists (Dee, Fludd, and Cardano), complemented by analyses of contemporary official and unofficial studies at Cambridge and Oxford and discussions of the language of science, combine to suggest that hitherto the relationship has been too crudely stated as a movement 'from magic to science'. In fact, two separate mentalities can be traced, the occult and the scientific, each having different assumptions, goals, and methodologies. The contributors call into question many of the received ideas on this topic, showing that the issue has been wrongly defined and based on inadequate historical evidence. They outline new ways of approaching and understanding a situation in which two radically different and, to modern eyes, incompatible ways of describing reality persisted side-by-side until the demise of the occult in the late seventeenth century. Their work, accordingly, sets the whole issue in a new light.