Glorian Publishing has new copies available of three popular books by Samael Aun Weor. Each features an updated cover, minor typo corrections, and general improvements.
Alchemy and Kabbalah in the Tarot: Originally released in Spanish in 1969 as "Esoteric Course of Kabbalah," we have published it in English with a title that more directly describes what the book teaches: that the Tarot reveals the mysteries of the ancient alchemists and kabbalists. This richly illustrated book exposes centuries of protected knowledge, and provides a firm foundation upon which anyone can become an true alchemist and kabbalist, and work with the forces of nature for the benefit of humanity.
Esoteric Medicine and Practical Magic: This unique handbook of traditional healing methods derived from Nature has more than 300 recipes provided by the native doctors of the Santa Marta region in South America, and a complete overview of the training needed to become a true healer. Since it was first published in 1952, it has remained one of the most popular and widespread books by Samael Aun Weor. This book was formerly published with the word "occult" in the title, causing many English speakers to misunderstand the origin and purpose of the book and assume it was a work of black magic (English speakers associate the word "occult" with witchcraft and Satanism). Therefore, this new edition is uses the word "esoteric" instead, in order to convey to humanity the special, pure qualities of the knowledge presented.
Kundalini Yoga: Another popular book by Samael Aun Weor, this pocket edition clarifies the practical basis of awakening the kundalini, the living intelligence of nature, and includes an excerpt from the important yoga scripture "Shiva Samhita," which reveals that the teachings of Samael Aun Weor are not his invention, but are in fact the true teachings of yoga, a fact obscured by the so-called "kundalini yoga" that is widespread today.
All of these books are available now from your favorite bookseller. And: they are all on sale at the Gnostic Store.
"The student is not ready until he seeks truth and honesty in all things."