Walter Begley - Biblia Cabalistica (1903)
Shows how the various numerical cabalas have been curiously applied to the holy scriptures, with numerous textual examples ranging from genesis to the apocalypse, and collected from books of the greatest rarity, for the most part not in the British Museum or any public library in Great Britain. With introduction, appendix of curios, and bibliography. A large portion of this book is in Latin.
178 pages, 13.2 MB, PDF. Scan.
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The Kabbalah Manual - Dancing with Angels
1087 pages, 9.39 MB, PDF.
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Lon Milo DuQuette - Chicken Qabalah
A unique and humorous—and also uniquely practical—approach to the increasingly popular study of Qabalah. This is a seriously funny book! Learn the basics of Qabalah in spite of yourself! Traditional Qabalistic (or Cabalistic, or, indeed, Kabbalistic—read this book to find out what the difference is…we know you’ve always wondered) sources tend to be a bit, er, dry. DuQuette spices up the Qabalah and makes it come alive, restoring the joy of learning the fundamentals of this admittedly arcane system by using simple, amusing anecdotes and metaphors. This account, written psuedepigraphically (fictitiously attributed to a supposed authority), allows DuQuette as Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford to soar to outrageous heights and, when necessary, stand apart from the silliness to highlight the golden eggs of Qabalistic wisdom nested therein. Sure to be a revelation to those all who think that teaching about the Qabalah needs to be tedious and serious, DuQuette shows that great truths can be transmitted through the medium of laughter.
234 pages, 8.35 MB, PDF. Scan.
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Gershom Scholem - Origins of the Kabbalah
Gershom Scholem's Origins of the Kabbalah provides a painstakingly detailed history of Kabbalah's rise among medieval French and Spanish Jews, describes the first publication of Jewish mystical texts, and investigates the growth of their influence on Jewish religious life. The book also doubles back to describe secret traditions of Jewish Gnosticism, which describe a Creation story so numerological and esoteric it makes the New Testament book of Revelation look as simple and straightforward as a Saturday-morning cartoon. This book is much denser than Scholem's excellent On the Kabbalah and its Symbolism, but for readers with a basic knowledge of Kabbalah, it shouldn't be rough going. --Michael Joseph Gross
504 pages, 4.89 MB, PDF.
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S.L. MacGregor Mathers - Kabbala Denudata (Kabbalah Unveiled)
The Ancient Wisdom, the Sacred Books, taught. that we cannot understand Matter without understanding Spirit, that we cannot understand Spirit without understanding Matter. That Matter and Spirit are only opposite poles of the same universal substance. All through the Qabalah runs this axiom: "that Malkuth is in Kether, that Kether is in Malkuth." The same idea is repeated through the Gnostic teaching: "the earth that is in the heaven, the heaven that is in the earth."
Containing the Following Books of the Zohar: The Book of Concealed Mystery; the Greater Holy Assembly; The Lesser Holy Assembly. Translated into English from the Latin Version of Knorr Von Rosenroth
Siphra Dtzenioutha: The Book of Concealed Mystery
Greater Holy Assembly
Chapter I: The Ingress and the Preface
Chapter II: Of the Condition of the World and the World of Vacancy
Chapter III: Concerning the Ancient One, or Macroprosopus, and Concerning His Parts, and Especially Concerning His Skull
Chapter IV: Concerning the Dew, or Moisture of the Brain, of the Ancient One, or Macroprosopus
Chapter V: Further Concerning the Skull of Macroprosopus
Chapter VI: Concerning the Membrane of the Brain of Macroprosopus
Chapter VII: Concerning the Hair of Macroprosopus
Chapter VIII: Concerning the Forehead of Macroprosopus
Chapter IX: Concerning the Eyes of Macroprosopus
Chapter X: Concerning the Nose of Macroprosopus
Chapter XI: Concerning the Beard of Macroprosopus in General
Chapter XII: Concerning the Beard of Macroprosopus in Particular, and in the First Place, Concerning its First Part
Chapter XIII: Concerning the Second Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XIV: Concerning the Third Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XV: Concerning the Fourth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XVI: Concerning the Fifth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XVII: Concerning the Sixth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XVIII: Concerning the Seventh Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XIX: Concerning the Eighth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XX: Concerning the Ninth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XXI: Concerning the Tenth and Eleventh Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XXII: Concerning the Twelfth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XXIII: Concerning the Thirteenth Part of the Beard of Macroprosopus
Chapter XXIV: The Conclusion of the Matter Concerning Macroprosopus
Chapter XXV: The Ingress of Microprosopus.
Chapter XXVI: Concerning the Edomite Kings
Chapter XXVII: Concerning the Skull of Microprosopus and its Appurtenances; Namely, Concerning the Subtle Air, and the Fire and the Dew.
Chapter XXVIII: Concerning the Brain and Membrane of the Brain of Microprosopus
Chapter XXIX: Concerning the Hair of Microprosopus
Chapter XXX: Concerning the Forehead of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXI: Concerning the Eyes of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXII: Concerning the Nose of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXIII: Concerning the Ears of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXIV: Concerning the Beard of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXV: Concerning the First Part of the Beard of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXVI: Concerning the Second Part of the Beard of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXVII: Concerning the Second Part of the Beard of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXVIII: Concerning the Seven Last Portions of the Beard of Microprosopus
Chapter XXXIX: Concerning the Body of Microprosopus in General, Under the Condition of an Androgyn
Chapter XL: Concerning the Feminine Portion of Microprosopus
Chapter XLI: Concerning the Separate Members of Each Personification, and Especially Concerning the arms of Microprosopus
Chapter XLII: Concerning the Separation of the Masculine and Feminine, and Concerning their Conjunction
Chapter XLIII: Concerning the Judgements
Chapter XLIV: Further Remarks Concerning the Supernal Man
Chapter XLV: Conclusion
Lesser Holy Assembly
Chapter I: Which Containeth the Introduction
Chapter II: Concerning the Skull of the Ancient One...His Brain...Three Heads...Hair...Discriminatory Paths
Chapter III: Concerning the Forehead of the Most Holy Ancient One
Chapter IV: Concerning the Eyes of the Most Holy Ancient One
Chapter V: Concerning the Nose of the Most Holy Ancient One
Chapter VI: Concerning the Beard of the Most Holy Ancient One.
Chapter VII: Concerning the Brain and the Wisdom in General
Chapter VII: Concerning the Father and Mother
Chapter IX: Concerning Microprosopus and His Bride In General
Chapter X: Concerning Microprosopus in Especial, with Certain Digressions, and Concerning the Edomite Kings
Chapter XI: Concerning the Brain of Microprosopus and its Connections
Chapter XII: Concerning the Hair of Microprosopus
Chapter XIII: Concerning the Forehead of Microprosopus
Chapter XIV: Concerning the Eyes of Microprosopus
Chapter XV: Concerning the Nose of Microprosopus
Chapter XVI: Concerning the Ears of Microprosopus
Chapter XVII: Concerning the Countenance of Microprosopus
Chapter XVIII: Concerning the Beard of Microprosopus
Chapter XIX: Concerning the Lips and Mouth of Microprosopus
Chapter XX: Concerning the Body of Microprosopus
Chapter XX: Concerning the Bride of Microprosopus
Chapter XXII: Concerning the Remaining Members of Microprosopus
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