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PAGANISM

Astral Worship
Dialogues_Concerning_Natural_Religions_Thumbnail
Lectures_on_the_Origin_and_Growth_of_Religion_as_Illustrated_by_the_Native_Religions_of_Mexico_and_Peru
Myths of the Norsemen
Pagan and Christian Creeds
Pagan and Christian Rome
Pantheism,_Its_Story_and_Significance
Religion and Art in Ancient Greece
Religions of Ancient China
Rig Veda Americanus
The Antichrist
The Belief in Immorality and the Worship of the Dead
The Children of Odin
The Edda, Volume 1
The Edda Volume 2
The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries
The Mide wiwin or Grand Medicine Society of the Ojibwa
The_Mountain_Chant,_A_Navajo_Ceremony
The pagan tribes of Borneo
The Religion of Ancient Rome
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
The Religion of Numa
The Religion of the Ancient Celts
The Tao Teh King, or the Tao and its Characteristics
The Witch-cult in Western Europe
Unwritten Literature of HawaiI

NEWLY ADDED BOOKS

Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike

First reported from 1872 to 1969, “Morals and Dogma” is one of the most intelligent pieces usually assembled for Freemasonry. It is a compilation of thirty-two articles which produce an explanation for the Scottish Rite degrees. It involves a review of Freemasonry, sane thought, antique questions, tradition, custom, and ritual. It serves the practical purpose of giving Masonic philosophy and virtues within the situation of the public, and wishes fellow to figure out great to cast aside the minor interests of ordinary living and to develop ourselves.

Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike
Dogma Et Rituel De La Haute Magie Part I

The piece has recently appealed to the attention of scholars for its judges on the study of magic, religion, natural science and alchemy. Lévi sees magic in between science and religion and views it serves a potential conciliatory or mediating function between the two views. Lévi rejects views, such as E. B. Taylor’s, that magic or religion is inherently irrational and has been superseded by modern science. Instead he posits magic as an “esoteric science” and suggests that Hermeticism could be adapted to find the underlying truth behind all magical systems, calling for a “comparative magic.” Levi thus posits a type of Perennialism buttressed by comparative theology and comparative religion, anticipating modern-day religious studies and paralleling contemporary comparative projects in anthropology and philology such as the work of Max Müller.

Dogma Et Rituel De La Haute Magie Part I
Dogma Et Rituel De La Haute Magie Part II

The piece has recently appealed to the attention of scholars for its judges on the study of magic, religion, natural science and alchemy. Lévi sees magic in between science and religion and views it serves a potential conciliatory or mediating function between the two views. Lévi rejects views, such as E. B. Taylor’s, that magic or religion is inherently irrational and has been superseded by modern science. Instead he posits magic as an “esoteric science” and suggests that Hermeticism could be adapted to find the underlying truth behind all magical systems, calling for a “comparative magic.” Levi thus posits a type of Perennialism buttressed by comparative theology and comparative religion, anticipating modern-day religious studies and paralleling contemporary comparative projects in anthropology and philology such as the work of Max Müller.

Dogma Et Rituel De La Haute Magie Part II
The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia

The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia are not a precise statement of the relation of these ( ancient ) religions. Slightly, it is an experiment of the statistics of those religions as previously started out through a (where feasible) precise classical research, in place to determine how their opinions support for or against some of the spiritual ideas and forms of our current lives. They shared the printed activity into two parts negotiating with ‘the religion of ancient Egypt’ in Separate I and ‘the religion of the Babylonians’ in Separate II.

The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia (1)
The Religious Quest of the Graeco-Roman World

An account of how Graeco-Roman religion set the execution for Christianity in Europe, examining numerous Greco-Roman notions such as mysticism, redemption, gnosticism, and sacraments.

“From ancient records, Dr. Angus reconstructs a vivid picture of that magnificent civilization contemporaneous with the founding of the Christian church, with the result that a more significant conception of the faith we know today emerges from his study of the rich intellectual and spiritual currents of the pagan world as they aided or opposed or modified the struggling young religion from the East.”--Publisher’s note.

The Religious Quests of the Graeco-Roman World