The Tree of Life : An Illustrated Study in Magic Paperback
Delve into the astonishing depths of Regardie's magical magnum opus - one of the most comprehensive books on magic ever to appear * From the author of A Garden of Pomegranates, The Golden Dawn, and The Middle Pillar * A lavishly illustrated edition of The Tree of Life, annotated with critical commentary and explanatory notes * Includes a new introduction, glossary, bibliography, and index In 1932, when magic was a 'forbidden subject', Israel Regardie wrote The Tree of Life at the age of 24.
From the day it first appeared, this book has remained in high demand by ceremonial magicians for its skillful combination of ancient wisdom and modern magical experience.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 552 pages, ill
- Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
- Publication Date: 08/12/2000
- Category: Magic, spells & alchemy
- ISBN: 9781567181326
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Review by BajorRon
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 more practical approach: how to train the Will of the Magician, how to astrally project and how to work with ancient grimoires, to name a few, as well as a thorough outline of the method of Abramelin the mage. Using a beautiful yet right to the point and sometimes very down-to-earth style, Regardie obviously knows what he is talking about. And the wonderful emblems and occult illustrations provide you with endless triggers for meditation. A must have for every serious student of the occult!