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What is Occultism and how does it work? As opposed to Science, which is the systematic effort to develop a better understanding of our material existence, Occultism attempts to embrace the non-material, yet equally real dimension of consciousness and being. The Scientific Method deals with what can be objectively proven within a given context. The techniques of Occultism take the same basic experimental approach, but instead seek to reveal an understanding that is relevant in a broader sense. In other words, where the Scientist believes in exactitude and perfection, the Occultist comes to realize that perfection can only be realized by acknowledging how everything fits. This book is an attempt to present a perspective on Occultism sensible to the Technological Age. In plain language and utilizing a common sense approach, Liber Quantum has been written for those who would clearly recognize the validity of Occult Philosophy if they could have it presented to them in the practical and grounded fashion in which it was originally conceived. As a result, this is not a work promoting either fantasy or dogma, but rather a set of experiments showing how the Occult systems created long ago are an inner technology that can help us to better understand the deeper meaning of our lives here in the 21st Century.
A complete, advanced magical training course for the individual or for groups, with details of the author's magical order, an outline for setting up a temple, and instructions for carrying out the essential rituals of Chaos Magic. Includes a fresh look at aeonics, cosmogenesis, auric magic, and shadow time, as well as discloses the technical aspects of spells and equations. Illustrated. Appendices. References.
The Liber mahameleth is a work in Latin written in the mid-12th century based (mainly) on Arabic sources from Islamic Spain. It is now our principal source on mathematics in Islamic Spain at that time; There are few extant Arabic texts and no one is as complete as the LM. It is also the second largest mathematical work from the Latin Middle Ages (the other is by Fibonacci, some 50 years later). Since the three main manuscripts preserving it are incomplete and there are many scribal errors, a reliable Latin text has been established, which reports (in notes) the various readings of the manuscripts and the errors in them. This is how a so-called critical edition is made. This edition of the Latin text is preceded by General Introduction, describing the various manuscripts, the content of the work and what we know about its author. Part Two of the volume is a translation of the text and ends with a glossary of Latin terms. The glossary will be of great importance for the knowledge of Latin scientific terms from that time, since there is no other mathematical text of this size from the 12th century. Part Three begins with a short introduction and then analyzes all the problems from the text, with a summary of the mathematical methods involved in each chapter. The commentary is a companion to the translation and explains the author's solving methods.
This volume aims to make Stephen of Pisa and Antioch’s work on the celestial sciences accessible to a wider readership, providing not just the text but a translation and introduction as well. The edition is based on the only known manuscript of the Liber Mamonis, MS Cambrai, Médiathèque d’Agglomération, A 930. It is split into two parts: the first provides an extensive introduction to Stephen and his work, while the second features the edition and translation. A comprehensive glossary and collection of photographs of plates are also included.
This volume contains the Latin text of the third book of Manilius, first published in 1916 and then reissued in a second edition in 1937.

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