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Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple: The Seven Palaces and the Work of the Chariot. Second Edition

Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple: The Seven Palaces and the Work of the Chariot. Second Edition (New)

by Fraser, Alrah

Publisher: CreateSpace

Binding: Paperback

Book ID: 9781495922633, 1495922634

$39.95

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This second edition includes the keys to the newly deciphered Liber Tzaddi vel Hamus Hermeticus and it features new full colour esoteric illustrations in a 'larger than standard' 7 x 10 book. 1,000 years before Kabbalah, there was the Merkabah... In 1900 Aleister Crowley discovered the Holy Name of God, and thus the correct attribution of the letters and paths to the Seven Palaces of the Merkabah Mystics. He concealed this ancient mystical system behind a cryptogram written into the Book of the Law - the infamous 'Riddle of Liber Al'. This work demonstrates that Aleister Crowley keyed at least 6 of his Class A texts to the Seven Palaces of the Chariot Wheel and placed the master key in the Book of the Law. By using the Seven Palaces of the Merkabah Mystics, Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple gives the full keys to A.'.A.'. texts such as Liber Ararita, Liber Arcanorum, Liber B vel Magi, Liber Tau & Liber Tzaddi and shows how these texts aid the magical and mystic aspirant of the A.'.A.'. system. It takes a look at the ciphers, puzzles and cryptograms of the Book of the Law and other A.'.A.'. texts. When Crowley once referred to a secret yet "complete qabalistic system of greater depth and sublimity than any other" - he meant the Merkabah of the A.'.A.'.. This book also explores the biblical and pre-biblical origins of the Merkabah in the Ancient Egyptian schema of the Ennead; in the Ancient Near East cults of Ba'al Hadad and the Goddess Inanna; their prototypes in the Indus valley; and discusses how directly it inspired the Jewish Kabbalists of the European Middle Ages.

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