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    The Comte de Gabalis

    ISBN-10: 1909735094
    ISBN-13: 9781909735095
    Edition: 0
    Description: First published in 1670 to instant acclaim, 'The Comte de Gabalis' is held in great respect by the Rosicrucians and other occult groups. The work comprises a series of five lectures purportedly given to a French priest, the Abbe De Villars, by the  More...
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    Publisher: Aziloth Books
    Publication Date: 5/20/2013
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 162
    Size: 3.54" wide x 59.84" long x 90.16" tall
    Weight: 499.4
    Language: English

    First published in 1670 to instant acclaim, 'The Comte de Gabalis' is held in great respect by the Rosicrucians and other occult groups. The work comprises a series of five lectures purportedly given to a French priest, the Abbe De Villars, by the eponymous Comte de Gabalis, an adept of the Order of Sages. The book describes a supersensory world populated by elemental beings. We learn that true adepts reject human sexual relations in favour of intercourse with these spirits of the air, water, earth and fire. Zoroaster, Apollonius and Merlin are among the offspring of such "divine marriages," as is Melchizedek, the teacher of Abraham. The Count also expounds such subjects as Meditation, Oracles, "Holy Medecine" and astral travel. Just as intriguing and informative is the extensive commentary to the work, which covers an even wider range of esoteric topics. It may even be that the book reveals too much forbidden knowledge. The Abbe De Villars was assassinated three years after its publication."

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