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Gnosis. A Journal of the Western Inner Traditions - Complete Set, 51 Issues (New)
Book ID: GNO00, GNO00
The complete run of all 51 Gnosis issues from 1985 through 1999.
For nearly 15 years, Gnosis Magazine was the world's leading journal covering the field of esoteric and mystical traditions, with particular emphasis on the Western mysteries. Because each issue focused on a different topic of the Western "inner traditions," a full set of all 51 issues constitutes a virtual encyclopedia of esoterica. Gnosis showcased the best writers and scholars in the field, and each issue featured a probing interview with a leading thinker such as Huston Smith, June Singer, Karen Armstrong, Jacob Needleman, Robert Anton Wilson, and many others. Best of all, Gnosis issues barely date at all, due to the timeless nature of the material.
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