The Adepts Bundle: The Esoteric Classical Tradition
This bundle includes the following titles:
The Initiates of Greece and Rome: The Adepts in the Esoteric Classical Tradition, Part 1
This illustrated work on classical paganism explores the “lost” period of mystical tradition, between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance, in the search for a better understanding of Man’s place in the Divine Plan.--
p. 7 -- “One of the teachings of the initiate tradition in Greece related to the mystery of time.
The temple did not divide duration into past, present, and future. Divine and universal laws manifest themselves in an eternal now. Enlightenment belongs to no generation, nor does it increase or diminish. It is always and everywhere. Those who deserve it receive it and, if institutions fade away, the individual remains leader of his own destiny.”
Copyright ©1981 ISBN: 0-89314-541-6 | Paperback. 104 pages.
Mystics and Mysteries of Alexandria: Adepts in the Esoteric Classical Tradition, Part 2
Preface by Manly P. Hall.
Covering the esoteric schools which flourished in Alexandria for over 500 years and combined the teachings of the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians, as well as Jewish scholars and early Christian Mystics Manly continues in the exploration of later Greco-Roman initiates.
This illustrated text explores the doctrines Alexandria in Asia Minor, North Africa, and Eastern Europe, and how they laid the foundations of alchemy, Rosicrucianism, astronomy, and the hermetic arts which have survived in the secret societies of the modern world.
Cover Illustration: "Head of Serapis and Zodiac" from Georg Eber's EGYPT: Descriptive, Historical, and Picturesque, Vol. I, London, Paris, and New York, n.d.
Copyright ©1988 ISBN: 0-89314-544-0 | Paperback. 122 pages