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relating to esoteric and occult beliefs. Although miniscule in
comparison to even the smallest of the world religions, or even of the Neopagan community with which they are often
incorrectly grouped, these page archives some of the best material in
Paradoxes of the Highest
by Éliphas Lévi;
translated by Anonymous .
Comments by an Eminent Occultist (H.P. Blavatsky?).
The Secret Teachings of All
Manley Palmer Hall [1928, copyright not renewed]
A comprehensive introduction to the
Esoteric, including the Qaballa, Tarot,
Ceremonial Magic, Neo-Platonic Philosophy, Mystery Religions, Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry.
The Science of Mind
Ernest Holmes 
Holmes' book is representative of the
very popular postive-thinking, self-help
philosophies, many of which, like Holmes, originated in in Southern California in the 20th century.
Texts of Thelema
famous occultist Aleister Crowley who
founded the organization A.'. A.'. (Argentium
Astrum -- the Silver Star) as well as
others by members of the OTO (Ordo Templi Orientis -- Order of the Eastern Temple) (founded by Theodor Reuss and
Karl Kellner in 1895).
Enochian Magic was originally
developed by Dr. John Dee, (1527-1608). This is a complex system of
ceremonial magic, utilizing an otherwise unknown language chanelled by Dee.
The Calls of
angelic invocations, the central text of Enochian
Magic, are not to be taken lightly.
The Secret Doctrine by Helena P. Blavatsky.
This is one of the central texts of
from the American past with esoteric knowledge.
classic texts from the 19th Century about lost continents and doomed
The Pictorial Key to the
Tarot by A.E. Waite.
Read up on the Tarot, then
get a tarot reading.
texts of the alchemists have deeper meaning for those who seek
of the first secret societies, revived in modern times.
to the sacred-texts Freemasonry index.
Historic Lecture 10,291 bytes
The Chaldæan Oracles 54,600 bytes
texts relate to the Order of the Golden Dawn, a
occult secret society noted for its elaborate system of ritual magic,
founded at the turn of the 20th Century.
The works of Charles Fort
Fort's books were the original X-Files; he cataloged and attempted to
explain all kinds of anomolous phenomena.
The predictions of Nostradamus
quatrains of Nostradamus are some of the
most famous prophetic books in history. Nostradamus'
writings are presented here in both French and English.
The Book of Oahspe
Oahspe is a 'channelled' 19th century book.
Chaos Magic Archives
collection of texts relating to Chaos Magic can be found here.
loosely affiliated set of anarchistic belief systems can best be
described as a dadaist cult of the Goddess
of Chaos, Eris. It is closely associated
with the contemporary counter-culture, borrowing heavily from (or
attributing its beliefs to) Paganism, Shamanism, Ritual Magic, and
This text was a starting point for Erisianism. Robert Anton Wilson had a hand in
this text (going beyond just writing the introduction), which is one of
the first 'copyleft' documents.
The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy,
Poetic Terrorism by Hakim Bey 287,797 bytes
greatly influenced rave culture and the tatooing/body
piercing craze of the nineties.
ultimate Dada religion, the Church of the SubGenius,
the cult of 'Bob Dobbs', is not for the irony-deficient. The entire
body of SubGenius literature is now online
here [External site].
Cybershamanistic beliefs founded by
Genesis P-Orridge, of the groundbreaking
90s proto-techno music collective Psychick
to the Thee Temple ov Psychic Youth (the Greybook) 35,932 bytes.
(the Greyer book) 41,977 bytes.
Thee Sigils Book
(The Black Book).
TOPY FAQ 6,671 bytes.
#1 8,087 bytes.
#2 22,595 bytes.
TOPY 9,858 bytes.
Note: the official website of TOPY is http://www.topy.net/ [External Site].
Necronomicon 35,214 bytes,
Necronomicon 75,965 bytes
is an imaginary book. It is described by the American fantasy writer H.P. Lovecraft as
written by Abdul Alhazred, 'a mad Arab
poet of the Yemen', in 950 A.D. in Damascus. Two completely different
versions of this text (both with dubious copyright status) have
The Vampire Codex
The Piri Re'is Map
The best known evidence for a global ice