Principles of Esoteric Healing. Front Cover. Dion Fortune. Sun Chalice Books, Sep 1, – Body, Mind & Spirit – pages. Title, Principles of Esoteric Healing. Author, Dion Fortune. Editor, Gareth Knight. Contributor, Gareth Knight. Edition, 2, illustrated. Publisher, Thoth Publications. Principles of Esoteric Healing by Dion Fortune, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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However this edition adds much in the form of additional writings which Gareth Knight has collected and which form the commentaries along with his own introductions. Its Qabalistic equivalent might be regarded as a higher analogue of the Moon associated with the Sephirah Daath forfune which certainly seems to be the state of consciousness of the two at the climax of the book and of their ritual.

An attendant commentary by Gareth Knight, following each chapter, amplifies her explanations and practical exercises with a series of full page illustrations, an option not open to her when she first wrote up these works for her students.

He did not do anything or say anything, and the experience lasted but a few seconds, but it was sufficiently powerful for me to go straight out and buy a devotional book to mark the occasion.

An introduction and overview of eion Western Mystery Tradition, its origins, its division into occult schools and fraternities, the approach and workings of those schools and their inner plane contacts known as The Masters.

Central to this fortuje one of the first books that Dion Fortune wrote, on a high prknciples trance contact, The Cosmic Doctrine dating from July to February Waite to form his own more mystical group, the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross. The letters are presented alongside some excellent and explanatory commentary by Gareth Knight. The title possibly belies its contents which are a frank discussion on attitudes towards sex and sexuality, and the control and fotrune of the sex force into higher spiritual energy for the greater good.

Out of curiosity he answers the invoker and is surprised to find Murchison, an old wartime acquaintance down on his luck. This volume is a reprint of the original Jarrold edition. After a roller coaster ride of misunderstandings and magical adventures, in the course of which the powers of magnetic interchange and induced autosuggestion are demonstrated, he infiltrates an obscene and dangerous ritual in which she is to be the willing victim, or saves her from her captors and herself.


Here, through telepathic means, she attracts the service of a dour, repressed, yet psychically gifted Dr. It shows how from ancient Qabalistic, Greek and Egyptian roots the torch of the Western Esoteric Tradition has been handed on in unbroken line from adept to neophyte. Firth] Strictly speaking this little book could be bracketed with the above three titles, but it has been reissued under the Dion Fortune name.

An fogtune chapter is that dealing with the Path of the Hearth-Fire, which emphasises that those who for personal and family reasons cannot actively be part princpiles a Lodge or undergo formal training, can still walk the Path.

Principles Of Esoteric Healing

An early thunderclap and pyrotechnic display was to be witnessed at the foundation of the London Lodge of the Theosophical Society in Butler to create a correspondence course in Qabalah ; this course later formed the basis of the Servants of the Light school of occult training. It also appears that C. A vital reference book for anyone interested in the esoteric philosophy of the west, and the acknowledged corner stone of any decent occult library.

She felt it necessary in this early work to try to define the difference, which at the time caused a certain amount of fluttering in the esoteric dovecots. The Orange Ray describes the study of symbolism and its manipulation in ceremonial or visualised forms, frequently in terms of the Tree of Life of the Qabalah. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In all cases the most recent publication is cited so far as we are aware but there will be many others which can be found new or second hand in bookshops and via the internet sellers; most can be found on Amazon.

It was always intended that they should be put together as a book although it was unfortunately not published until now. Morgan eventually departs to take up work elsewhere later revealed in Moon Magic leaving a renewed and rejuvenated Maxwell, who casts off the domestic family shackles, marries Molly, a young girl from his office, and they embark on life together as two initiates in the world, devotees of the goddess.


I have it before me now: Not a text book by any means but it points you in the right direction and flags up the ideals of any human being, not just budding or practising magicians.

What he gets is not the Great God Pan but Colonel Dsoteric his old superior officer who appears out of the mist. One of the most lucid expositions of the Tree of Life of the Qabalah, the traditional mystical system of the Hebrews, which forms the backbone of much of the Western Esoteric Tradition.

In esoteric terms it is Dion Fortune’s fictional representation of inner powers relating to the Qabalistic sphere of Malkuth — the Sephirah pertaining to Earth. This helpful section elucidates some of the concepts set out in the main body of the work and is written in less archaic terms. Dion Fortune, The Secrets of Dr. Kind regards, Alexander C-W [ps. Dion Fortune explains clearly the esoteric principles of polarity between the sexes, and upon the different planes of existence.

Ethical, Theoretical and Practical which together give details and practical help for the approach, ideals, preparation and training of a would-be initiate. Aspects of Occultism A companion volume to Applied Magic with much the same provenance.

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Originated in a series of articles in various journals of the s that reflected her trenchant no-nonsense approach to many pseudo-occult pretensions. Newer Post Older Post Home. However, whatever part of the spiritual spectrum we come from, we all have to make the best of how others choose to see us, and I do not lack, among the righteous, a fair number who regard me as somewhat to the nether side of a Dennis Wheatley villain.

Life’s Works of Dion Fortune. So hot and fast did the sparks fly that little documentary information has survived to tell the story. It covers the use and power of ritual, the meaning and function of oaths and obligations, and the ways to seeking a Master and choosing an appropriate occult school for those who aspire to the path of initiation.