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The Academy of the Sword (New)
by Thibault, Gerard
Publisher: Aeon Books Ltd UK
Book ID: 9781904658849, 1904658849
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Four centuries ago, the famed swordsman Gerard Thibault d'Anvers wrote one of the forgotten classics of the Western esoteric tradition--a comprehensive manual of swordsmanship as a Western martial art based on Renaissance sacred geometry.
Rescued from oblivion and translated into readable English by widely respected modern occultist John Michael Greer, The Academy of the Sword is an astonishingly detailed instructional guide on the way of the sword as it was practiced in the age of the of Musketeers. It covers every aspect of sword training from stance and footwork and the development of sensitivity and timing to hundreds of detailed techniques for overcoming opponents armed with all of the standard weapons of the time.
This new volume also lavishly reproduces the beautiful 17th-century etchings that accompany the instructions, and which provide a compelling glimpse into the ritualistic world of duelling.
The Academy of the Sword will be invaluable to readers interested in historical Western martial arts, students of stage fight, and practitioners of sacred geometry alike.
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