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Science and Religion in Ancient Greece

How far has the Western intellect come since Homer and the earliest Greek philosophers? Nearly three millennia have passed and in our own eyes we have made enormous progress since those times, especially in the last five […..]

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Self and Spirit

What is the basis and purpose of esoteric religion, and what is the self? Self and Spirit answers these questions in depth and in a way true to the spirit of traditional wisdom. This book illuminates from a […..]

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Shadow of the Rose

Charles Upton: Human love has fallen on hard times; it has been ‘officially discredited.’ Even liberal humanitarianism is not what it used to be; how then can romantic love, which in its origins is essentially aristocratic (in […..]

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Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power

Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power is an analysis of cyclical manifestation, and more specifically of the relationship between royal and sacerdotal power. In accord with the Hindu doctrine of manvantaras and Plato’s depiction of historical degeneration in the Republic, […..]

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Studies in Freemasonry and the Compagnonnage

Studies in Freemasonry and the Compagnonnage is both an attempt to rediscover the lost roots of Masonry and a fascinating look into the many controversies swirling around the subject of Masonry in serious intellectual circles during the […..]

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Studies in Hinduism

Studies in Hinduism consists of articles published posthumously, to which has been added a separate study, Eastern Metaphysics, the text of a lecture delivered at the Sorbonne. In this work Guénon completes his presentation of Hindu metaphysics, which […..]

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Symbols of Sacred Science

The articles that comprise Symbols of the Sacred Science appeared in a number of French journals and were only collected after the author’s death. Though many of his themes, such as those of the Grail, the Tree of […..]

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Tales of Nasrudin

Mulla Nasrudin, called Hodja Nasrudin in India and Turkey, is the major comic figure in Islamic folklore. Both ‘mulla’ and ‘hodja’ meanmaster, with the connotation teacher; Nasrudin, if he ever existed, was an educated man. The tales of […..]

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The Black Virgin

Hani’s The Black Virgin: A Marian Mystery differs from his previous writings through its sharper theological focus. In Hani’s view, the key to the enigma of the Black Virgin was given at Lourdes by Mary herself: in declaring […..]

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The Collected Works of Ramana Maharshi

This is the definitive authorized (tenth, revised) edition of the works of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, containing almost everything written by him, both his inspired compositions and a collection of translations from ancient Advaitic texts, which together […..]

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