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  • Eliphas Levi and the Kabbalah by Robert L. Uzzel, Transcendental Magic by Eliphas Levi Translated by Arthur Edward Waite, and The History of Magic by Eliphas Levi Translated by Arthur Edward Waite
  • A masterful account of Éliphas Lévi, one of the most celebrated Kabbalistic authors of all times.
  • Eliphas Levi’s, “Transcendental Magic” is often said to be the most influential book on Magic in Western culture since the Renaissance.
  • Levi’s “The History of Magic” set the standard for esoteric writing and is a major factor in the occult revival of the 19th and early 20th century.

Eliphas Levi Book Bundle

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Eliphas Levi Collection

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Eliphas Levi and the Kabbalahby Robert L. Uzzel

A masterful account of Éliphas Lévi, one of the most celebrated Kabbalistic authors of all times.The influence Lévi exerted on such esoteric movement leaders as A.E. Waite; Madame Blavatsky; Papus; Aleister Crowley; Rudolf Steiner; Max Heindel; H. Spencer Lewis; Paul Foster Case and others is explored as well as remarkable insights into Lévi’s life and times.One entire chapter, devoted to Masonic legend Albert Pike, analyzes Pike’s “Morals and Dogma” revealing entire sections Pike took verbatim from the works of Lévi. This is a powerful and essential book by a respected Masonic and esoteric scholar.

Original Price: $18.95

Transcendental Magic - by Eliphas Levi, Translated by Arthur Edward Waite

Eliphas Levi’s 1854, “Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie” is often said to be the most influential book on Magic in Western culture since the Renaissance. Arthur Edward Waite’s 1896 English translation of the work changed the title to “Transcendental Magic” and further cemented Levi’s enormous influence as as esoteric leader and writer. This is Levi’s most popular and talked about work. Index. Photographic reproduction of the 1896 first English translation.

Original Price: $24.95

The History of Magicby Eliphas Levi, Translated by Arthur Edward Waite

First published in French in 1860, and then translated into English by Arthur Edward Waite in 1913, this is one of the true classics of esoteric literature. This ground-breaking work by Levi was quoted extensively (without credit) by Albert Pike in the Scottish Rite masterpiece, “Morals and Dogma.” Levi’s “The History of Magic” set the standard for esoteric writing and is a major factor in the occult revival of the 19th and early 20th century. This is a photographic reproduction of the 1922 Second English Language Edition. Includes a preface by A.E. Waite as well as illustrations and an index.

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