Magi and Maggidim: The Kabbalah in British Occultism 1860-1940
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Magi and Maggidim: The Kabbalah in British Occultism 1860-1940

by Liz Greene (Author),
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Book Description
The growth of the occult 'underground' is one of the most fascinating features of late 19th and early 20th century British society. After decades of neglect, a growing body of scholarship is now dedicated to various aspects of Victorian and Edwardian magical practices and personalities, in an effort to understand why such a powerful cultural current could emerge simultaneously with the rise of modern science, and why it continues to exercise such a pervasive influence in many contemporary spiritualities. The books, articles, letters, and diaries produced by major figures in the occult revival, such as Aleister Crowley and Dion Fortune, reveal the centrality of the Jewish Kabbalah
Book Specifications
ISBN-13 9781907767029
Language English
Binding Paper Back
Publisher Sophia Centre Press
Publishing Date 2012-08-15
Total Pages 576