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Der Occultismus des Altertums

Der Occultismus des Altertums

Volume 1. Akkader, Babylonier, Chaldäer, Assyrier, Meder, Perser, Inder Ägypter, Hebräer

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  • Date Published: May 2012
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108044363

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  • A leading German theosophical writer, Karl Kiesewetter (1854–95) published several influential works in the years just before his early death. They included a history of modern esotericism (1891), a biography of Mesmer (1893, also reissued in this series), studies of John Dee and of the Faust legend (both 1893), and this two-volume account of occult beliefs and practices in the ancient world (1895), which was completed by Ludwig Kuhlenbeck (1857–1920), a scholar of ancient philosophy and law. Volume 1 focuses on the civilisations of the ancient Near East, including Babylon, Persia, Egypt and Israel, and also contains a chapter on South Asia. Each general description is followed by more detailed investigations of particular aspects of that community, such as individuals (Zoroaster), practices (divination, healing and magic), teachings and texts (the Kabbalah and the Bundehesh), together with textual excerpts (in German translation).

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    • Date Published: May 2012
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108044363
    • length: 450 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.57kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Erstes Buch. Der Occultismus bei den Akkadern, Babyloniern, Chaldäern und Assyrern:
    1. Religionsphilosophie, weisse und schwarze Magie der Akkader
    2. Das Divinationswesen der Chaldäer
    Zweites Buch: Der Occultismus der Meder und Perser: Erste Abteilung. Der medische Magismus
    Zweite Abteilung. Der Zoroastrismus:
    1. Das Leben Zoroasters
    Dritte Abteilung. Der religionsphilosophisch-occultistische Inhalt und die Kosmogonie des Zoroastrismus:
    1. Der religionsphilosophisch-occultistische Inhalt des Zoroastrismus
    2. Der zoroastrische Kultus
    3. Auszug aus dem Bun-Dehesch, der parsistischen Kosmogonie
    4. Die Orakel Zoroasters
    Drittes Buch. Der Occultismus der Inder
    Viertes Buch. Der Occultismus der Ägypter:
    1. Der ägyptische Occultismus als Priesterwissenschaft
    2. Der Heilmagnetismus bei den alten Ägyptern
    3. Die eigentliche magische Heilkunde der Ägypter
    4. Die Seelenlehre der alten Ägypter
    Fünftes Buch. Der Occultismus der Hebräer:
    1. Die schwarze Magie der Hebräer
    Zweite Abteilung. Die Kabbala:
    1. Das Alter der Kabbala
    2. Die kabbalistischen Bücher. Die Authenticität des Sepher Jezirah
    3. Die Authenticität des Sohar
    4. Die Lehren der kabbalistischen Bücher. Analyse des Sepher Jezirah
    5. Analyse des Sohar. Die allegorische Methode der Kabbalisten
    6. Die Anschauungen der Kabbalisten über die göttliche Natur
    7. Die Weltanschauung der Kabbalisten
    8. Die Lehrmeinung der Kabbalisten von der menschlichen Seele
    Anhang. Blüten vom Baume der Kabbala.

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    Karl Kiesewetter

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