Hidden Wisdom: A Guide to the Western Inner Traditions

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Quest Books, 2006 M06 25 - 430 páginas
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Contemporary seekers on the hunt for an overview of the Western mystery traditions often face a small selection of dense, out-of-date tomes. Alternatively, Hidden Wisdom is a fresh, coherent, and accessible work that expounds many of the teachings of Western esotericism, examining its key figures and movements.
 

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During the 1960s, many Americans began seeking answers to their most pressing spiritual needs in various Asian religions, and this eastward focus has continued. Smoley and Kinney, editors of Gnosis ... Leer comentario completo

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Jung and the Discovery of the Unconscious
1
The Search for an Alien God
25
Esoteric Christianity
45
The Kabbalah
75
Sculptors of the Astral Light
101
Witchcraft
127
Technicians of Ecstasy
157
Alchemy
183
The Teachings
207
The Poles of Love and Knowledge
233
Secret Societies
253
The Eternal New Age
283
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Richard Smoley is an author and philosopher focusing on the world's mystical and esoteric teachings, particularly those of Western civilization.

Jay Kinney is an American author, editor, and former underground cartoonist. A member, along with Skip Williamson, Jay Lynch and R. Crumb, of the original Bijou Funnies crew, Kinney also edited Young Lust, a satire of romance comics, in the early 1970s with Bill Griffith.

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