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Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple: The Seven Palaces & the Work of the Chariot (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

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Aleister Crowley is the most famous and influential western author in the field of Esotericism but his biographers have been unable to explore much of his writings in any depth because the texts he wrote specifically for his magical order - the A.’.A.’. were encrypted with a secret 'key of it all'.

This book discusses each encrypted text and delivers the complete keys to the A.'.A.'. system - allowing YOU to go further in your magical research and development.

Aleister Crowley discovered the true Holy Name of God in 1900. It was encrypted within a text on Jewish mysticism called 'The Book of Concealed Mystery'. However - Crowley disliked the moral teachings adopted by the Abrahamic religions and so he employed his new-found knowledge to forge an a new Temple based magical system upon the ancient Calendar of the Temple of Solomon.

Known as the 'Wheel of Ezekiel'; the 'Seven Palaces' (of the Merkabah Mystics) and referred to by Crowley as the 'Silver Star' - this ancient calendar is rivaled only by the Antikythera Mechanism of Greece in its beauty and precise mathematical complexity. It provides crucial insights to biblical scholars and archeologists of the ancient near east. Crowley called it "a complete qabalistic system of greater depth and sublimity than any other".

'Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple' gives the full keys to A.'.A.'. texts such as Liber Al vel Legis, Liber Ararita, Liber Arcanorum, Liber B vel Magi, Liber Tau & Liber Tzaddi and shows how these texts aid the aspirant of the A.'.A.'. system.

Additional information and material related to Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple - including audio and video read-throughs from chapters of the Book and news of the latest research - can be found on our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aleister-Crowleys-Secret-Temple/601868803231674

Biographie de l'auteur

Alrah Fraser was born in Newcastle upon Tyne. She is a mystic, a writer, a photographer, a cryptographer and is currently engaged in research about the cryptography of Aleister Crowley, the ancient system of spiritual ascent - the Merkabah, and the Penrose/Hammeroff Orch OR theory of Quantum Consciousness.

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4 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 the next classic of kabbalistic reformation texts 31 juillet 2014
Par lasphodelius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I am very skeptical about gematric proofs, usually because they contain more ego than is possible to see clear truth. Alrah's, however, is free from the common mistake of talking overmuch. The thing about truth is that it should be obvious. This book is simply explained, but does require at least some qabalistic background (I recomment QBL and The Anatomy of the Body of God as prerequisites).

Everyone who studies magick wants to more deeply understand the universe, and this book greatly assists in meditation and reflection of Liber AL as well as other texts. The addition of the Merkabah as a map of understanding is especially useful for those who have seen the perfection of the universe, to which the Tree in its classical sense is no longer completely valid.

I recommend it to anyone that knows that the Work is beyond their own ego, for shamanic kinds of magickians, to which the Merkabah seems especially suited as well as for those that can't wrap their minds around the Tree, or for those who were inspired personally by Achad's or Grant's work to discover more in the class A texts.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing new connections found in Crowley's esoteric symbols! 1 juillet 2015
Par Marie Clewley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
For those of us who love Tarot, Numerology, Gematria, Qabalistic studies, Crowley, the mysteries of the universe and more, this carefully illustrated and explained study of the Tree of Life is an informative and enjoyable read.
BethSheba Ashe is gifted with an eagle's eye and the sharp intellect to expertly fit and connect some amazing dots in this field of esoteric symbols, details and angles. She has succeeded in revealing deeper meanings and her explorations have brought new perspectives and considerations for her colleagues, opening doors to new questions to be further explored. In this new book, she is expanding the field both subjectively and objectively, bringing us along on her quest to a new level of understanding.
Truly, this is a must read and a valuable reference to the collection of any good student of the mystic or esoteric arts.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure inanity! 12 avril 2014
Par Paul R. - Publié sur Amazon.com
The book is pure ignorance; right from the start. First, Ms. Fraser copyrights the book as if by the A.'.A.'.; a non-temporal order founded by Crowley that by Crowley's insistence, cannot copyright or pursue trademark enforcement, as that would be a temporal act. So right off, the book can claim no insight into the nature of the working of the order of which, the Book of the Law is its chief prophecy. And things devolve from there.
We can start with the editor, Steven Ashe...
The Assyrian Hymn on the page facing the Table of Contents has the word Assyrian mispelled. Then the first numbered note we find in the book is note number 3 (notes 1 and 2 are missing). And the notes in the back of the book are unnumbered; though on counting, notes 1 and 2 are listed there; though they don't appear in the book. And the editor's note on page 18 declares how the English translation of the Qabalistic texts employed flows and streams "perfectly from one line to the next"-completely ignoring the fact that this would have to be so in Hebrew and not English. The unusual spacing between paragraphs brings the entire text out to 89 pages for what would normally be at least 10 pages less.
But that's not the only problem with the editor. In his forward, he first declares that AURI is the Hebrew word for light and is equal to 217...when actually the Qabalistic word is AUR, which equals 207 (without the Yod, which is artificially and incorrectly asserted). And then, Mr. Ashe finds value in the fact that 651 is equal to the word 'Temurah.' Though this is a correct valuation, it has no Qabalistic significance for anyone that understands Qabalah. So the editor is no more a Qabalist than the author.
The author then bases the entirety of her work on the pretense that ABRAHADABRA is an anagram of BARAHDD. So the author doesn't even know what an anagram is. An anagram must have the same letters wherein the new word is a rearrangement of the lettering of the original word. BARAHDD is missing 1 B, 3 A's and 1 R with an extra D. And if this alone didn't nullify the work, there's more. The author claims a text that simply doesn't exist in Qabalistic literature: the "Hebrew Origin Qabalah." She next formulates what she calls the "Merkabah Temple" by using the Sefirot belonging to Yetzirah with its corresponding paths, which she then assigns letters to. Letters are not attributed to the Sefirot, but to the lesser paths exclusively. Any Qabalist knows this, but Ms. Fraser does not. Ms. Fraser then uses the values of these misguided Sefirotic letters to add values to the letters on the lesser paths between the Yetziratic Sefirot; these being obviously, falsely derived. And in listing the corresponding verses of the various selected Qabalistic texts (unlisted: there are so many Qabalistic texts of which she selects only five for 41 and three for 44 and 45) she offers no validation for these choices nor does she derive any conclusion based on these choices with the editor only noting that the "text streams perfect," as I discussed above.
With her alleged solving of the riddle of II:76 her work goes from ignorant to sublimely ridiculous. The letters and the numbers are ignored in some cases...for example, the letter X is turned into a mathematical symbol; the number 24 is changed to 0.24 and 89 is changed to 890, as she claims to add the 0 degrees of "two" annual Summer Solstices. Actually, of course, the Summer Solstice below the equator does not occur in Cancer and for that matter, there is an entirely different zodiac for the Southern Hemisphere; the traditional zodiac only applying to the Northern Hemisphere.
In her exposition entitled "The 'K' Cryptogram," she makes 8 and 80 the same number for AL:I.46; again, applying the same ill-though out double solstice idea. And in the numbers she lists in her "Invoking triangle" (a lower case letter in the title-did this editor look at the text at all?) she attaches no meaning, which means her gematric work is consistent in yielding no results. The same follows for the next section called "Anagrams and other puzzles of the Book of the Law"--a host of meaningless associations and non-anagrams that she incorrectly claims to be anagrams.
She then applies her 'Merkabah Temple' diagram to Liber ARARITA with her own lurid idea of what the H.G.A. experience is and is not--an explanation that defies everything ever written on the subject. And she then moves into a false explanation on the nature of Astral Projection by vaguely referencing the Orch OR Model of Quantum Consciousness and stating that one actually leaves one's physical body. Anyone understanding the nature of the work of the Hebrew Merkabah Mystics knows that they descend into their visions; moving deep inside themselves to the seven heavens (Hekaloth). If the soul were to actually leave the body, a real death would occur and Astral Projection does not "trick the body into believing it is dying"--a patent absurdity. She then follows this up with some New Age hogwash: "...it would be wise for the Philosphus to carefully plan a diet that is rich in aromatic substances and adopt it both before and after Kundalini rising..." as Kundalini rising, she claims, soaks the body with a "highly floral smelling sweat--reminiscent of attar of Roses."
As if all of her pretense at understanding the Philosophus initiation and the work of the Philosophus, she moves to pure condescension (seemingly more eager to prove her own mastery than to offer anything to the reader) by stating: "...I'm withholding the publication of the Merkabah keys form Liber Ararita so that the Philosophus can get the maximum benefit out of working it out for themselves..." And I actually think she has nothing to say about the book at all. Indeed, the rearrangement of the verses, as directed in the book is what appears on the next seven pages of this already short and artificially lengthened book (per the paragraph spacing I mentioned above).
The next page has another graphic of her Merkabah Temple glyph (another useless page) and then she moves onto "The Merkabah keys to Liber Arcanorvm." Note again, the lower case word in the title...how can the editor have missed this?...and with such consistently poor editing overall. Noting that this book corresponds to the Tarot, she then claims that "using the Tree of Life with this book is a complete and utter waste of time." The obvious contradiction here would only need to be elaborated upon by someone that supposes the Tarot to have no attributed connections to the Tree. And certainly, she's never been exposed to any A.'.A.'. teaching on this book, which uses the glyphs of this book for Astral Projection--something she has proven she knows nothing about.
Ms. Fraser then goes on to give but one illustration of her forced association of 'like a pearl' from the verses of this book, as if that suffices. And it clearly doesn't. Considering that there are 22 x 2 sets of glyphs, she would have to give more than several examples to prove her assertion; otherwise, we have but one meaningless coincidence. And I dare her to show more by composing a rebuttal to this review. She then uses up three pages by printing the verses of this holy book and including yet another copy of her Merkabah Temple glyph.
And on the next page, she starts what she calls her analysis of "The Merkabah keys to Liber B vel Magi" by again inserting a copy of the glyph (and again, "keys" in the title is in lower case-editor). She follows this with the verses to Liber B with the names of the Hebrew letters at the beginning of each verse in succession and without explanation. This is completely and utterly worthless.
And after half a blank page, she starts at the bottom of page 53 with "The Merkabah kes to Liber Tau." Here she adds on the next page, new attributions to her Merkabah Temple and reprints the book in miniature below that. And without explanation, she then moves onto page 55 and "Genesis and the Seven Palaces." Here she intersperses she adds shallow comments to various quotes by R. Simeon and with the unusually large paragraph spacing takes us all the way to page 60.
Page 61 she leaves blank and we're supposed to find that clever; I assume--61 being NOT.
She then gives us three pages with various numerical permutations to her ill-conceived Merkabah Temple; bringing us to page 65, wherein we get 2 and one-tenth page of meaningless numerical and astrological correspondences. These are followed by two more pages of "Research Notes" that gives more meaningless numerical correspondences.
The next to last chapter is entitled: "Aleister Crowley and the Merkabah" which is a basic Qabalistic exposition that offers nothing new and is followed by the last chapter: "The Seven Palaces in the Ancient Near East & the Indus Valley" of which anyone could have copied off the Internet.
Page 87 gives yet another copy of her Merkabah Temple glyph, as the cover page for her Appendix, which is followed by two extracted pages from Crowley's 777. And finally, one and one-tenth of a page of "Notes" that as I stated above, are not numbered...and should be.
Quite frankly, I need to wash my eyes to clean off the filth from having them cast themselves over this book...and I wouldn't even try to read this book with your eyes...if you get my drift. This book wouldn't fool a qabalist, an initiate, nor the least expert in cryptography. It's little more than an egoic romp that openly proclaims to the world: "Look at what I don't know." And certainly, no initiate of the A.'.A.'. would concur with tiniest tid-bit offered.
12 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 "the desolate land of Barren Words" 2 mars 2014
Par M. - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm sad to say I found this book nothing but dry intellect spiced with grandiose claims. Fraser sees Liber Legis as little more than a puzzle to be solved. As every Thelemite and sincere student of Crowley knows, the point of the Work is To Go, not to sit around thinking, thinking, thinking. Fraser is certainly educated and clever, and put considerable effort into the book, but there's no real substance, no inspiration, no magick, nothing to help the aspiring Thelemite on her path. If you enjoy pointless games with numbers, this might interest you, but as a practicing Thelemite, I found nothing here to aid me in my work. And even if you come just for the gematria and puzzles, there are some rather difficult claims to swallow, particularly the pathetically forced interpretation of II:76. The sharp contrast here with Crowley is telling. Crowley was one of the greatest spiritual teachers to have ever lived--and yet there are really no spiritual teachings here at all, only "the desolate land of Barren Words" (LXV, V:59).
4 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is the Key to the locked door! 3 juillet 2014
Par PLaGuardia - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is the KEY!!! If I could have given it 10 stars I would have. It's about time this knowledge was brought forth to give people a better understanding. After all my years of study, FINALLY, it comes together! Keep in mind, knowledge is NOT gender specific. This isn't the dark ages any longer. To the author: thank you so much for writing this book! Bravo!!
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