The Tree of Life: A Study in Magic
Weiser Books, 1972 M01 1 - 284 pages
Over fifty years ago Israel Regardie set himself the gigantic task of making accessible to the intelligent layman the root principles upon which Magic is built - principles which Aleister Crowley devoted his life to exploring and revealing. Drawing on his experience as personal secretary to Crowley and his involvement with the Golden Dawn system, Regardie skillfully unifies a wealth of diverse material into a marvelously coherent whole. The result is "The Tree of Life, " a book which has become the definitive overview of the western Mystery Tradition.
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Brilliant book, but a tough read, which invites much study and contemplation! Regardie provides the reader with a a good theoretical introduction to the topic of High Magic and then proceeds with a ... Read full review
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