MerjurIn the Key to the True Kabbalah, Franz Bardon demonstrates that mysticism of letters and numbers -- the true Kabbalah -- is a universal teaching of great antiquity and depth. Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah. This book, the third in Bardon's remarkable texts of Hermetic magic, is nothing less than a practical guide to such attainment.
Using the common German alphabet, Bardon guides the reader through ever greater levels of Kabbalistic achievement. No other available text reveals as great a depth of Kabbalistic wisdom or provides the reader with as much practical training.
Though intended primarily as a working text for those who have completed Bardon's first and second volumes, Initiation into Hermetics and The Practice of Magical Evocation, the present work stands on its own, and even those without the requisite background in practical Hermetics will be fascinated by the author's intellectual journey through the mysticism of Tantric India, Tibet, the Hebrew Kabbalah, and the ancient sources of the Western magical tradition.
Paperback, 286 pages
Publisher: Merkur Publishing, Published: June 2015
Size: 5.25 x x0,75 x 8 inches, Weight: 0.950 Lbs
(1909 - 1958)
Born on December 1, 1909, in the Czech Republic, Bardon is considered a leader in Hermetic literature, and destiny proved him to be one of the most remarkable magicians of the 20th century. Though he maintained a normal life as an industrial mechanic and family man in the Czech town of Opava, his other, occult life was full of attainment and tragedy.
During the last years of WWII, Bardon spent 3-1/2 months in a concentration camp and was subjected to various tortures because he would not aid the powers that be in winning the war with his occult powers. After the war, he dedicated himself to writing of his now famous books on Hermetics.
His work was interrupted forever in 1958 when he was falsely incarcerated for not paying taxes on alcohol used in the preparation of his spagyric remedies.
On July 10, 1958 Bardon died in a prison hospital in Brno, Czechoslovakia.
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