The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)
The Complete Introduction to Magic by Julius Evola and the Ur Group- Translated by Joscelyn Godwin (Three Hardcovers Box Set)

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The Complete Introduction to Magic
Author: Julius Evola and The Ur Group
Format: Three Hardcovers (Boxed Set)
Pages: 1,241 in total
Condition: NEW

In 1927 Julius Evola and other leading Italian esotericists formed the mysterious UR group. The purpose of this group was to study and practice ancient rituals from the mystery traditions of the world, both East and West. They produced a monthly journal containing techniques for spiritual realization, initiatory exercises, magical rites, accounts of personal experiences, translations of ancient texts, and original essays on the occult. Many years later, in 1971, Evola gathered these essays into three volumes.

Available together as a deluxe boxed set for the first time in English, these volumes present the steps necessary to purify the soul with the light of knowledge and the fire of dedication as well as allowing the reader to be liberated from conventional dogmasreligious, political, scientific, and psychologicaland see with the clearer eye of realization.

Volume I
Includes translations of rare texts alongside rites, practices, and arcane magical knowledge.

Volume II
Offers studies of mystery traditions throughout history and shares authentic initiatic wisdom and a rigorous selection of initiatory exercises.

Volume III
Explores esoteric practices for individual development and realization of immortal and divine potential, handed down from a primordial tradition.

CONTENTS:
BOOK I
Editor's Note ix Foreword: Julius Evola and the UR Group by Renato Del Ponte
Introduction

PART I
I.1 PIETRO NEGRI - Sub Specie Interioritatis
I.2 LEO - Barriers
I.3 ABRAXA - Knowledge of the Waters
I.4 LUCE - Opus Magicum: Concentration and Silence
I.5 EA - The Nature of Initiatic Knowledge

PART II
II.1 The Path of Awakening according to Gustav Meyrink
II.2 LUCE - Opus Magicum: Fire
II.3 ABRAXA - Three Ways
II.4 LEO - Attitudes
II.5 Commentaries on the Opus Magicum

PART III
III.1 LEO - First Steps toward the Experience of the "Subtle Body"
III.2 Knowledge as Liberation
III.3 ABRAXA - The Hermetic Caduceus and the Mirror
III.4 LUCE - Opus Magicum: The "Words of Power" and the Characters of Beings
III.5 PIETRO NEGRI - Knowledge of the Symbol

PART IV
IV.1 Apathanatismos: Mithraic Ritual of the Great Magical Papyrus of Paris

PART V
V.1 Summary
V.2 ABRAXA - Instructions for the "Awareness of Breath"
V.3 OSO - Notes on the Logos
V.4 AROM - First Experiences
V.5 EA - The Problem of Immortality

PART VI
VI.1
LEO - Beyond the Threshold of Sleep
VI.2 EA - On the Magical View of Life
VI.3 ABRAXA - The Second Preparation of the Hermetic Caduceus
VI.4 IAGLA - Experiences: The Law of Beings
VI.5 The Path of Realization according to Buddha
VI.6 Various Commentaries

PART VII
VII.1 LUCE - Instructions for Ceremonial Magic
VII.2 EA - The Doctrine of the "Immortal Body"
VII.3 De Pharmaco Catholico

PART VIII
VIII.1 ABRAXA - Magical Operations with "Two Vessels"Reduplication
VIII.2 Tibetan Initiatic Teachings: The "Void" and the "Diamond-Thunderbolt"
VIII.3 ARVO - On the Counter-Initiation
VIII.4 LUCE - Opus Magicum: Perfumes

PART IX
IX.1 ARVO - Conscious ThoughtRelaxationSilence
IX.2 EA - Considerations on Magic and Its Powers
IX.3 ABRAXA - Magic of the Image
IX.4 PIETRO NEGRI - An Italian Alchemical Text on Lead Tablets

PART X
X.1 LUCE - Opus Magicum: Chains
X.2 LEO - The Attitude toward Initiatic Teaching
X.3 EA - Freedom, Precognition, and the Relativity of Time
X.4 Commentary on the Opus Magicum

PART XI
XI.1 IAGLA - Serpentine Wisdom
XI.2 LUCE - Invocations
XI.3 Excerpts from De Mysteriis
XI.4 The Message of the Polar Star
XI.5 SIRIUS - Mist and Symbols
XI.6 EA - On the General Doctrine of Mantras

PART XII
XII.1 ALBA - De Naturae Sensu
XII.2 LEO - Aphorisms
XII.3 PIETRO NEGRI - Adventures and Misadventures in Magic
XII.4 Various Commentaries

BOOK II
Foreword: The "Magical" Gruppo di UR in Its Historical and Esoteric Context by Hans Thomas Hakl
Introduction to the Second Volume
PART I

I.1 PYTHAGORAS - The Golden Verses
I.2 ARVO AND EA - The Esoteric Doctrine of the "Centers" in a Christian Mystic
I.3 ABRAXA - Ritual Magic

PART II
II.1 Instructions for Magical Chains
Individual Instructions for Preparation
First Instructions for the Chain
Instructions for a Later Phase
II.2 IAGLA - Subterranean Logic
II.3 PIETRO NEGRI - On the Western Tradition
1. Devaluation of the Pagan Tradition
2. East, West, and Christianity
3. The Initiatic Tradition in the West
4. The Roman Tradition
5. Roman Initiatic Wisdom
6. The Legend of Saturnus
7. Etymology of Saturn
8. Addenda
9. Agricultural Symbolism in Rome

PART III
III.1 HAVISMAT - Tradition and Realization
III.2 OSO - A Solar Will
III.3 PIETRO NEGRI - The Secret Language of the Fedeli d'Amore
III.4 ABRAXA - Solutions of Rhythm and Liberation
III.5 LUCE - Opus Magicum: The Diaphanous Body

PART IV
IV.1 ARVO - Vitalizing the "Signs" and "Grips"
IV.2 EA - Initiatic Consciousness beyond the Grave
IV.3 Various Commentaries
The Magic, The Master, The Song

PART V
V.1
IAGLA - On the "Corrosive Waters"
V.2 ARVO - Ethnology and the "Perils of the Soul"
V.3 On the Art of the Hermetic Philosophers
V.4 Various Commentaries
Desire in MagicMeaning of the RitualFeeling and RealizationAnticipations of Physical AlchemyOn Shamanic Initiation

PART VI
VI.1 Experiences: The "Double" and Solar Consciousness
VI.2 EA - On the Metaphysics of Pain and Illness
VI.3 LEO - Notes for the Animation of the "Centers"
VI.4 ARVO - Kirillov and Initiation

PART VII
VII.1 HAVISMAT - Notes on Ascesis and on Anti-Europe
VII.2 MILAREPA - Excerpts from the Life of Milarepa
The Demon of the SnowsThe Song of JoyThe Song of the Essence of Things
VII.3 ARVO - The Magic of Effigies

PART VIII
VIII.1 EA - Esotericism and Morality
VIII.2 NILIUS - Medicine and Poison
VIII.3 Turba Philosophorum: The Assembly of the Wise
VIII.4 Various Commentaries
Corporealizing ConsciousnessOn "Mortification"On Power

PART IX
IX.1 ABRAXA - The Magic of Creation
IX.2 PIETRO NEGRI - On the Opposition Contingent on Spiritual Development
IX.3 Some Effects of Magical Discipline: The "Dissociation of the Mixed"
PART X
X.1 The Contrast between Positive Science and Magic: Positions and Solutions
X.2 ABRAXA - The Magic of Conjunctions
X.3 OTAKAR BŘEZINA - Perspectives
X.4 Various Commentaries
Prodigies and Former TimesSexual Magic

PART XI
XI.1 BRENO - Notes on Occult Morphology and Spiritual Corporeality
XI.2 ZAM - A Pagan Magical Spell
XI.3 ARVO - On the Hyperborean Tradition
XI.4 The Golden Flower of the Great One
XI.5 Various Commentaries
Woman and InitiationEx Oriente lux
Index

Book III
Introduction to the Third Volume
PART I

I.1 Paths of the Western Spirit
I.2 ABRAXA - The Cloud and the Stone
I.3 BRENO - Modern Initiation and Eastern Initiation
I.4 HAVISMAT - The Zone of Shadow
I.5 EA - Poetry and Initiatic Realization

PART II
II.1 EA - Aristocracy and the Initiatic Ideal
II.2 BŘEZINA - Canticle of the Fire 5
II.3 ARVO - About an "Arithmetical Oracle" and the Backstage of Consciousness
II.4 AROM - Experiences: The Crown of Light
II.5 GERHARD DORN - Clavis Philosophiae Chemisticae
(The Key of Alchemical Philosophy)
Edited by Tikaipôs
II.6 Various Commentaries
Difficulties of Belief
He Who "Saw" the Gods
Men and Gods

PART III
III.1 EA - The Legend of the Grail and the "Mystery" of the Empire
III.2 HAVISMAT - The Instant and Eternity
III.3 ABRAXA - Communications
III.4 PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA - The Dignity of Man
III.5 Commentaries

PART IV
IV.1 APRO - The Cycles of Consciousness
IV.2 TAURULUS - Experiences
IV.3 EA - What Is "Metaphysical Reality"?
IV.4 IAGLA - On the "Law of Beings"
IV.5 Various Commentaries

PART V
V.1 PLOTINUS - Maxims of Pagan Wisdom
V.2 LEO - Human Rhythms and Cosmic Rhythms
V.3 Experiences of a Chain
V.4 EA - On the Limits of Initiatic "Regularity"

PART VI
VI.1
C. S. NARAYANA SWAMI AIYAR - Transmutation of Man and Metals
VI.2 EA - On the Symbolism of the Year
VI.3 ABRAXA - The Magic of Victory
VI.4 ARVO - The "Origin of Species," According to Esotericism

PART VII
VII.1 Various Commentaries
More on Survival - On Pacts, Fear, and More
VII.2 EA - On the "Sacred" in the Roman Tradition
VII.3 Liberation of the Faculties

PART VIII
VIII.1
Starting Magic, According to Giuliano Kremmerz
VIII.2 RUD - First Ascent
VIII.3 ABRAXA - Knowledge of the Sacrificial Act
VIII.4 Various Commentaries
On Sacrifice

PART IX
IX.1 SIRIO - Noise
IX.2 PAUL MASSON-OURSEL - On the Role of Magic in Hindu Speculation
IX.3 EA - Esotericism and Christian Mysticism
IX.4 GIC - From "The Song of Time and the Seed"
IX.5 Metapsychology and Magical Phenomena
IX.6 LEO - The "Plumed Serpent"

PART X
X.1 AGARDA - Remarks on Action in the Passions
X.2 SAGITTARIO - Awakening
X.3 ARVO - The "Primitives" and Magical Science
X.4 AGNOSTUS - Two Hyperborean Symbols
X.5 GALLUS - Experiences among the Arabs
X.6 Various Commentaries

PART XI
XI.1 MAXIMUS - Notes on "Detachment"
XI.2 The Ascetic, Fire, Rock, Space - From the Milindapañha
XI.3 EA - Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power
XI.4 About Drugs
XI.5 Various Commentaries
Seeing Without Wanting to See Ways to the "Void"

PART XII
XII.1 EKATLOS - The "Great Sign" On Stage and in the Wings
XII.2 EA - Esotericism, the Unconscious, Psychoanalysis
XII.3 ANAGARIKA GOVINDA - The Double Mask
XII.4 Magical Perspectives, According to Aleister Crowley
XII.5 Envoi
Index

Julius Evola (1898-1974)

Julius Evola (1898-1974), was one of the leading authorities on the world's esoteric traditions, and has only recently become known to more than a handful of English-speaking readers. He was a controversial philosopher and critic of modern Western civilization, and wrote widely on Eastern religions, alchemy, hermeticism, sexuality, politics, ancient traditions, and mythology.

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