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Many books have been written about the Kabbalah, but in practice very little can be used, since most of the original books were written in Hebrew. Therefore, it stands to reason that a person who practices the Kabbalah must have knowledge of Hebrew. This is now no longer the case. Once you have studied this book you will get an entirely different idea of the Kabbalah than what you previously had. Kabbalah is the science of the letters, of language and the word and not the language of the intellectual.
It is the universal language. From the Hermetic point of view a true Kabbalist is the highest initiate, for he represents the divinity in the microcosm. Therefore it is clear that a perfect Kabbalist must be a person who connects with God, a person who has realized God within himself and who, being a god-man, makes use of the universal language, whereby whatever he utters! This book not only contains the theory necessary to practice the Kabbalah, but it also provides the step by step practice.
Again, in order to be successful, the student must have completed the previous two volumes, Initiation into Hermetics and The Practice of Magical Evocation, otherwise he will fail. Most educated people possess knowledge, but no wisdom at all.
Knowledge depends upon the development of the intellectual part of the spirit; wisdom, on the other hand, necessitates the balanced development of all four aspects of the spirit. A Kabbalist is the perfected sovereign in the microcosm and the macrocosm. As in the two preceding volumes, Initiation into Hermetics and The Practice of Magical Evocation, The Key to the True Kabbalah will guide the student step by step through the exercises.
Some writers make mention of the cosmic language which they sometimes term the Uranian language. It may well be that some letters of the cosmic langua! The cosmic language is the language of God, the language of Divine Providence. In the practical part of Kabbalah, the reader is introduced to the mysticism of each letter. To save considerable time for those who are unfamiliar with the Hebrew alphabet, the regular Latin letters are used. Here each letter is expressed in a particular color.
The student practices the visualization of each letter in its particular color, then in a particular part of the body, etc. He will also learn to which element each letter belongs, for example the letter A belongs to the element of air. All this knowledge is very important to the student, otherwise he will not be effective as a Kabbalist. Also the ten Kabbalistic keys are explained, and an explanation is given as to their significance. The student will also learn how to pronounce the letters into the Akasha principle, and the mental, astral and material spheres.
This will release the effects that t! And with the next step he will enter into the practice of formula magic which begins with the Kabbalistic alphabet of the two-letter key. For example, the two-letter key B-I is a Kabbalistic formula. With this formula it is possible to remove from one's consciousness any painful memory, unpleasant experience or unnecessary pangs of conscience. In many writings of the freemasons and other secret societies, the lost key or the lost Word of God is much discussed.
The rituals which were once practiced by these societies are now, for the most part, simply imitations, performed traditionally without any understanding of their deeper sense in relation to the cosmic laws. Therefore, the rituals which at one time were introduced and practiced by true initiates, are naturally quite ineffective today, since the key to their correct application has been lost.
Not even the most concealed, most secret libraries or secluded monasteries in the East, ashrams which are inaccessible to ordinary mortals, can pride themselves on possessing the true Kabbalah in one single script of such clear and distinct wording. After the reader peruses this book, even those who already have a good knowledge of the Kabbalah will concede that they have a good deal to catch up on before they can call themselves Kabbalists.
Upon careful consideration, the reader will be convinced that it is worth his while to forego all other incomplete teachings and work faithfully in his own interests with the methods outlined in this text. It should also be mentioned that any description of these books is pale by comparison to the entire content which by far exceeds any description or review. Franz Bardon states that on earth, every human being has two teachers: first, himself, and secondly, destiny.
In The Key to the True Kabbalah, Franz Bardon demonstrates that the mysticism of letters and numbers the true Kabbalah is a universal teaching of great antiquity and depth. Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah. This book, the third in Franz Bardon's remarkable texts of Hermetic magic, is nothing less than a practical guide to such attainment.
Using the common German alphabet, Bardon guides the reader through ever greater levels of Kabbalistic achievement. No other available text reveals as great a depth of Kabbalistic wisdom or provides the reader with as much practical training. Though intended primarily as a working text for those who have completed Bardon's first and second volumes, Initiation Into Hermetics and The Practice of Magical Evocation, the present work stands on its own, and even those without the requisite background in practical Hermetics will be fascinated by the author's intellectual journey through the mysticism of Tantric India, Tibet, the Hebrew Kabbalah, and the ancient sources of the Western magical tradition.
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Many books have been written about the Kabbalah, but in practice very little can be used, since most of the original books were written in Hebrew. Therefore, it stands to reason that a person who practices the Kabbalah must have knowledge of Hebrew. This is now no longer the case. Once you have studied this book you will get an entirely different idea of the Kabbalah than what you previously had.
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