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"Visions & Voices" Lecture & New Book Signing with James A. Eshelman

  • Jan 29, 2011 · 3:00 PM
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The College of Thelema is proud to present: Visions & Voices Aleister Crowley’s Enochian Visions with Astrological & Qabalistic Commentary by James A. Eshelman The event will include the book presentation, a lecture and book signing by the author. -------------------- In 1909, Aleister Crowley and his protégé Victor Neuburg obtained a series of 33 mystical visions. At once beautiful, horrible, and inspiring, these inner world explorations (and two earlier ones) were published in 1911 as The Vision & the Voice. A classic, both of the Enochian magick of Elizabethan wizard John Dee and of Crowley’s then-emerging Thelemic magick, The Vision & the Voice remains a living work, its value increasing with each generation. Astrologers also will find a previously unexploited treasure in this collection: Most of the visions include exact dates, times, and places they were received, providing a unique opportunity to study astrology’s relationship to magical vision. This research bonanza lay untapped for nearly a century. In Visions & Voices, James Eshelman joins the text of Aleister Crowley’s Enochian visions with horoscopes for each. To this he adds a masterful astrological and Qabalistic analysis, expanding and deepening his original landmark study [masked]). It is his most mature work to date, blending rare expertise in many subjects. Preliminary chapters provide a valuable introduction to Qabalistic and astrological topics including: the Four Worlds, the Tree of Life, Qabalistic psychology, Enochian magick, the Three Æons, the Holy Guardian Angel and the Abyss, the impact of astrological factors on deep psychological states, and induced mystical vision as a means of exploring the personal and collective unconscious. The lengthy Glossary will be a standard reference on many an occultist’s book-shelf for decades to come. Visions & Voices will be of considerable interest to astrologers, ceremonial magicians, devotees of mythology and comparative religion, and all who are interested in the operation of symbols (and the archetypes that engender them) in the workings of the human psyche and in crises of transformation. This book also describes historically rare, extraordinary spiritual states that are becoming increasingly accessible to living women and men. By its words and images, it engenders a contagion of a higher mode of consciousness spread by sympathy. Reading this book mindfully will provide one form of spiritual initiation. Additionally, it portrays an eclectic spirituality that enthuses our universal need to intimately connect with our own spiritual ideals, rather than dictating what that ideal should be. -------------- Please join us in this event. RSVP today! Visions & Voices Aleister Crowley’s Enochian Visions with Astrological & Qabalistic Commentary by James A. Eshelman Cloth, 600 pp., US$49.00 Published by College of Thelema ISBN[masked]-X

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  • A former member
    A former member

    "Visions & Voices" is a pioneering work with exciting new insights. The talk was excellent, the book also.

    February 2, 2011

  • Marion

    It was a very enjoyable and informative talk. And I'm loving the book!

    January 31, 2011

  • Marion

    I'm really excited about this event today!

    January 29, 2011

  • FraterPantha

    I was planning on attending but this last storm has caused major mayhem here and sadly I need to spend my time making some repairs.

    January 29, 2011

  • Jeremy

    Wish I could make it, but im gonna still be overseas. Hopefully you will do another!

    January 18, 2011

  • Will L.

    This is also the feast of the Blessed Joachim of Calabria, "who was in error called heretic."

    November 6, 2010

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