THE METAPHYSICAL WORKS OF BRUCE FISHER
Fisher had been a professional chemist for 43 years, having worked in both
industry and government. He received a doctorate in organic chemistry from
Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1957. His work has included the
development of an improved artificial kidney dialysis membrane, as well as
several new types of synthetic polymers, for which he has received a number of
patents. He retired in April 1995 to devote full time to teaching, lecturing and
writing on philosophical and metaphysical topics.
Dr. Fisher's works books stress the various facets of ascending the path to Self-Realization - i.e., realizing one's Core Self or Divine Spark - who and what we really are and always have been. The process of moving along this path first requires that we thoroughly know the various levels of ourself - how to recognize them, their manifestations, the obstacles which they put in the way of attaining the final goal, and how to overcome these obstacles. This is complete Self-awarenes or "Self-remembering." The companion to Self-awareness is knowledge of the lower and the higher worlds within which we operate - the nature of their energies and how we interact with them. In the ancient mystery schools, three stages along the path were prescribed: PHILOSOPHICUM or knowing what it is, THEORETICUM or knowing how it works, and PRACTICUM or knowing how to do it.
Dr. Fisher has been a student of the Ancient Wisdom teachings for over 30 years, and has the unique ability to integrate both Eastern and Western occultism and mysticism with modern scientific views. He was for five years a regular lecturer at the Philosophical Research Society in Los Angeles, California. He and his wife, Suzanne, who is also a teacher and student of philosophy and metaphysics, reside in Prescott, Arizona. He can be contacted at: Dr. Bruce Fisher, P.O. Box 3387, Prescott, AZ 86302-3387.
Taken from the Preface:
"You might legitimately ask: Does the world really
need another book; and would it not be better for people to read, understand and
apply much of what has already been written? It is indeed true that all of the
Ancient Wisdom is available to anyone who is ready to receive it. Only certain
details are temporarily withheld, or concealed in mystical language, to protect
those who have not yet prepared themselves through appropriate trials and
disciplines. It is a given, however, that High Wisdom is so global and
all-encompassing in its scope, that it, as an active, masculine potency, must be
presented in a variety of forms and styles to the analytical mind before it can
be assimilated by the passive, receptive feminine potency of the equally global
and all-encompassing intuitive faculty. The harmonizing and reconciling of these
two polarities constitutes the essence of both Kabbalistic and Alchemical
"It has been my intent, then, in writing this 'one more book' to present certain aspects of the Ancient Wisdom in my own style and manner, true to my own inner revelation. Sharing one’s insights with others prevents one from becoming like the Dead Sea—which retains all that it receives so that it can no longer support life—rather than the Sea of Galilee, which is both dynamic and vital.
"The aim of this work is to penetrate to the core of the Science of Personal Transformation or Art of Inner Magic—which is Spiritual Alchemy—with an economy of words, a minimum of explanation and avoiding unnecessary background material. As is my wont, I have drawn from a number of sources, and have tried to be as eclectic as possible, using both Eastern and Western terminology, as well as modern scientific constructs. I hope that this approach will clarify more than confound you, the reader, and that it will serve as a catalyst for further inquiry on your part."
Spiritual Alchemy: The Science of Personal Transformation through the Art of Inner Magic is a thorough treatment of the truly magical process of self-transformation through combination of depth psychology with an understanding of the functioning of our physical, vital, emotional, mental and intuitional bodies—bringing to bear the Life-Force as the Universal Agent of Transmutation at various levels to refine and develop these bodies in a harmonious way. 8 1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, hard laminated covers, 110 pp., 25 tables and illustrations: 11 in color. ORDER THIS BOOK
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EXPERIENCING THE CABALISTIC TREE OF LIFE (with CD)
Forward by the Author
"The Cabala, more accurately spelled in the English transliteration Kabbalah or Qabbalah is the mystical doctrine of Judaism. The word means literally “revealed,” so that the Kabbalah as a whole includes all the esoteric teachings—oral and written—which “reveal” the knowledge hidden within or implied by the exoteric Scriptures. All genuine expressions of the Universal Wisdom—and the Kabbalah is preeminently one of these—are uttered by individuals by means of direct intuitive perception, by extraordinary revelation, or more indirectly through inspiration from spiritual and divine sources originating in realms of higher consciousness. Such sources, particularly in ages past, have often been attributed to superhuman beings of life-waves more highly evolved than the present humanity—whether called “gods”, “angels”, “archangels”, “devas”, “ancient astronauts” or extraterrestrials from Sirius or the Pleiades’."
"The Sepher Yetzirah (Book of Formation), the Sepher Ha Zohar (Book of Splendor) and the Bahir (Book of Illumination) are the main classical texts which comprise the formal Jewish Kabbalah. Some Christian Kabbalists consider the Book of Revelation (Apocalypse of St. John) as a Kabbalistic text. The essence of these texts must be considered ageless in historical terms. The oldest of these, the Sepher Yetzirah, has been declared by Kabbalists to have been written by Abraham, but more likely it originated in the 2nd Century A. D. from the pen of Rabbi Akiba. The origins of the other books are likewise indeterminate, the Zohar written possibly (as legend has it) as early as the 2nd Century A. D. by a disciple of Akiba (Simeon ben Jochai) but more likely it was compiled by Moses de Leon in A. D. 1305. The poetic readings in this presentation are taken from the Sepher Yetzirah and from the 32 Paths or Gates of Wisdom—a later addition to the former, as well as from Old Testament writings (Exodus Chapters 25 and 26).
The original teaching diagram, described exoterically in the instructions for building the Tabernacle in the Wilderness (Exodus 25: 31-40), was the seven-branched candelabra or Menorah—which incorporates the whole scheme of the 4 Kabbalistic Worlds, the 10+1 Sephiroth, and the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. That the latter (as well as the other ancient alphabets, such as Sanskrit and Arabic, in their original free-flowing forms) are projections of a universal creative energy paradigm which manifests as the force carrying particles (bosons) of modern physics, is implied in the 22 bowl and the flower trinities in the candelabra—which describe the three aspects (active, resistive and reconciling) of the Universal Life-Force—as shown in the diagram on page 7. The Sephirothal Tree of Life—which is the main instrument of this presentation—is a more sophisticated representation of the teaching which appeared later in medieval and early Renaissance times.
"Although popular interest in the Kabbalah centers upon profane magic and numerology, the emphasis in this presentation is placed upon the inner magic of spiritual alchemy which leads to true Self-realization or union with one’s inner divinity. The great esoteric teaching embodied in the Kabbalah, though expounded by a particular religious discipline, is of universal origin and applicability, is open to many interpretations, and belongs to the whole world."
This multimedia presentation of the Tree of Life is an esoteric adventure in music, poetry, and prose. This is truly an esoteric adventure in music, poetry and prose—an unusual and experiential way of presenting the heart of kabbalistic teaching, utilizing musical selections as both a background and a portrayal of the essence of the Holy Name, the Scriptural Roots of the teaching, the nature and different ramifications of the Sephirothal Tree as the teaching diagram of the Kabbalah, the four kabbalistic worlds, the 10 + 1 sephiroth as centers of consciousness, the significance of the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet as force-carrying energy patterns which serve as the building blocks of the Cosmos, the unfoldment of consciousness both in the Holy Name and in the generation of the Tree as a lightning flash, and, finally, the Path of Return up the center column of balance and mildness—from crystallization in space/time in the physical world—to one's inner divinity. The presentation includes readings from the Sepher Yetzirah (Book of Formation) and the 32 Paths or Gates of Wisdom, with other descriptive commentaries. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, hard laminated covers, 65 pp., 53 illustrations: 30 in color; with 72-minute CD. Item# 1023. ORDER THIS BOOK
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Forward by the Author
"Pythagoras, “the most initiated man in history,” had declared that “All is Number” with respect to the creation and objective expression of the Cosmos. “God geometrizes” echoes this statement. The Book of Formation (Sepher Yetzirah) of the Kabbalah states that “. . . the Lord . . . created the Universe by three Sepharim (Universal Books or Numerations), namely, Numbers, Letters and Sounds, which are in Him one and the same”; and elsewhere, with reference to the many examples of cycles that occur in seven steps, “For this reason God loves the number 7 more than any other thing under the heavens.” Such utterances point up the fact that the world of objective form in which we gain experience is not constructed haphazardly, but is the reflection of a marvelously systematic conception of the Divine Mind, terribly complex in its adherence to mathematical laws of proportion and spatial relations—though flowing, changeable and relative in light of the insights of modern quantum philosophy.
I have prepared this summary to demonstrate the Pythagorean approach to the theory and behavior of numbers—especially from a metaphysical standpoint—in terms of their more esoteric or hidden properties, which bear witness to the reality of the Divine Plan of the Universe as we experience it. In particular, I have presented herein an analysis of the first nine “perfect numbers” of Pythagoras that reveals a remarkable hidden symmetry unique to them, and is certainly a reflection of a unifying cosmic paradigm.
"Of particular value as reference works, used in the preparation of this booklet, were Thomas Taylor’s “Theoretic Arithmetic of the Pythagoreans,” and Manly P. Hall’s “The Secret Teachings of All Ages.” Other useful references are given in the Bibliography at the end of this book."
Pythagorean Numerology—A Summary of the Esoteric Properties of Numbers presents the Pythagorean theory of numbers; the esoteric properties of the first eight "perfect numbers" with speculation as to the value of the ninth—and revealing the remarkable symmetrical pattern hidden in them; and treats philosophically and mystically of the first twelve numbers. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound with hard laminated covers. Amply illustrated with diagrams and tables. 60 pp., 22 illustrations, 12 in color. ORDER THIS BOOK
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STUDIES IN OCCULT ANATOMY: MAN, GRAND REFLECTION OF THE GREATER COSMOS (3 Volume Set)
"The great Law of Correspondences (or Hermetic Axiom)— “As above, so below”—stated in the preamble of the Emerald Tablet of Hermes, indicates that by increasing our knowledge of the world most familiar to us—i.e., ourselves, the lesser world or microcosm—we are better able to infer knowledge of the worlds immediately above and below us—i.e., the greater world or macrocosm in which “we live and move and have our being”; and the microscopic world of organs, cells, atoms and molecules, elements and fundamental particles or quantum events which our being encompasses. The meaning of the ancient admonition “Man, know thyself” becomes evident from consideration of the above idea.
"The study of the immediate world of ourselves can be divided into two aspects: (1) the objective side or personality which consists of four bodies of form—the gross physical, the etheric or vital, the desire or emotional (astral), and the concrete mental or lower mind; and (2) the subjective side or spiritual Ego which consists of three qualities—Will or pure Being, Wisdom or pure Knowing, and Active Intelligence (abstract or higher mind) or pure Doing. The author has endeavored to deal with all of these aspects of Man, the Microcosm in these Studies in Occult Anatomy—which were originally given as a series of twelve lectures. The intent has been to cover the subject as completely as possible, from the metaphysical and esoteric standpoint as well as conventional medical and scientific views.
The present series is divided into three volumes of four parts each, and draws from a number of sources which are given in the bibliography. These volumes constitute one of the most extensive treatments of this topic available."
Studies in Occult Anatomy: Man, Grand Reflection of the Greater Cosmos is a three volume set dealing with the physics and metaphysics of the human body. Volume 1: Introduction; The Macrocosm and the Microcosm; Occult Embryology; The Brain and Its Organs. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, 158 pp., 93 tables and illustrations: 49 in color. Volume 2: The Heart and the Blood; The Spinal Column and the Chakras, Parts I and II; The Endocrine Chain. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, 135 pp., 58 tables and illustrations: 36 in color. Volume 3: The Astral or Desire Body; Sight and the Mental Body; Healing and Disease in Light of Our Subtle Bodies; The Evolutionary Path—The Causal Body and the Ego. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, hard laminated covers, 122 pp., 62 tables and illustrations: 30 in color. Item# 1022. ORDER THIS BOOK
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ST. GERMAIN, THE GREAT ENIGMA
Forward by the Author
"Perhaps once in a millennium, if not in a century or two, the great benevolent hierarchy of divine teachers and human adepts sends one or more of its sons out into the world to assist in the evolutionary progress of mankind. Two such highly evolved men were Sir Francis Bacon—Viscount St. Albans, Baron Verulam, Lord High Chancellor of England in the 17th Century; and that other extraordinary human entity which assumed the body and identity of the Comte de St.Germain in 18th-Century France. Some commentators have speculated that these two personalities were projected by one and the same entity. Such is, indeed, the lore of every high adept—who must by the very power and force of his or her individuality remain an enigma shrouded in a mystery. We cannot by any process of logic or imagination fathom the character of such extraordinary personages, or apply the normal standards of human nature in judging their motives. Both of these entities—from the esoteric viewpoint—underwent feigned or philosophic deaths in order to free themselves up to serve more effectively in accomplishing the secret goals of the spiritual hierarchy. Both were impeded in their public work by the failings of mediocre men—an unfortunate occurrence which has been repeated much too often in the history of human civilizations.
"To derive the most benefit, then, in this commentary on the more mysterious of the above two personalities—which I have the temerity to attempt—I will approach this difficult task from the standpoint of the adept as the expression of the ultimately unlimited potential of a human being. This boundless potential was certainly stressed and demonstrated by our hero, the Comte de St. Germain himself. The great majority of human geniuses have an imbalance in their overall character—their extraordinary talent(s) or faculty(ies) being countered by deficiencies in other aspects of their constitution. That this is so is a given since a balance of extraordinary powers and traits in a person by definition would remove him or her from the great mass of ordinary folk and place them in the extremely lonely and exalted category of the superhuman or high adept. The many extraordinary abilities and accomplishments of the Comte de St. Germain have certainly been documented anecdotally in the diaries of those who were privileged to encounter him: master chemist, alchemist, gemologist, jeweler, perfumist, proficient musician and composer, poet, painter, conqueror of the physical aging process, diplomat, conversationalist, story teller, connoisseur of art and literature, animal lover, benefactor of the poor, inventor, military man, possessor of impeccable character, personal detachment, kindness and power of concentration, etc., etc.
"We will deal systematically with our venerable subject by assembling what has been gleaned from personal anecdotes of his contemporaries, and speculation derived from esoteric considerations, into the following categories: (1) Who was he? (2) How old was he? (3) What was the secret of his longevity? (4) What was his mission? and (5) selected anecdotes about his activities and personality."
St. Germain, The Great Enigma: A Study of the Adept as an Expression of the Ultimate in Human Potential is a look at the immortal alchemical genius. The life and work of a high adept of the caliber of that entity who assumed the name and identity of the Comte de St.-Germain in 18th Century France must remain an enigma shrouded in a mystery. This is an ancient law which must be obeyed and respected. This presentation endeavors to speculate upon the identity, age, secret of the fabled longevity, and worldly mission of this extraordinary "Wundermann" of Europe who was called by Frederick the Great "the man who never dies." A number of the most reliable sources are drawn from, including anecdotes from the memoirs of individuals who had met him. 8.5 x 11 inch comb-bound book with hard laminated covers. 73 pp., 16 illustrations, 5 in color.
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MUSIC, THE LANGUAGE OF THE SOUL (with 2 CDs)
Forward by the Author
"Just as the astral, desire or emotional world has been described as one of color, so the thought world has been described as one of tone. For this reason, good music reminds us of our true home—which for us at our stage of evolution, is the very center of the thought world. This presentation aims to assist you in the great adventure of realizing spiritual inspiration, creative thought and a high, aesthetic emotional experience.
"Good music is highly mathematical, obedient to harmonious mathematical relationships, patterns and sequences; and just as mathematical relationships and geometrical proportions express the universal language of the cosmos, music is the universal language of humanity. Mozart has been said to have been a mathematical genius, visualizing a whole musical selection within a moment—as a result of an intuitional realization; or once hearing a musical selection, was able to reproduce it exactly. The much touted “Mozart Effect” is perhaps due to the ordering of a person’s thought processes as a result of listening to a piano sonata written by the composer.
"Emotions, as well as thoughts, are expressions of the human soul. “Emotions” are indeed actualized thoughts, or thoughts put into motion. As the analytical mind, the instrument of concrete thought, functions as the rational agent with which a person is able to control his or her emotions, the latter serve as the force which impels action. Generally, a particular thought pattern, or sequence of thoughts can become rapidly “clothed” with emotional energy. The working together of thoughts and emotions, then, constitute the feelings which a person experiences, and is an important part of the soul’s expression. An intense and well developed emotional organization combined with a sensitive mind may constitute an invaluable asset in a great composer of fine music. Such sensitivity in the finely tuned mental-emotional nature can, and usually does, result in the exquisite suffering experienced by many of the great composers. Ludwig van Beethoven was certainly a powerful example of this, and indeed had stated that suffering was God’s gift to creativity.
"Music is preeminently the language of the human soul, and through listening to and assimilating the music of a great composer, we are communing with the soul of that composer—our soul and the soul of the composer are merged at a certain level, and if we possess the requisite sensitivity and development, a resonance between souls is set up in which we will share the life experience—the sufferings, joys, frustrations and triumphs—of that other person. This can be a profoundly moving, and sometimes even frightening, experience. Listening to the late string quartets of Beethoven is an outstanding example of such an experience.
"I hope that this presentation will afford you, the reader, to utilize this special language to communicate with the some of the great souls of the world of music and by so doing, to enrich your own soul powers through this experience."
Music, the Language of the Soul: A Presentation Designed to Inspire Creative Thought and the Higher Emotions is a penetrating presentation on the metaphysics of music given in three parts: Part 1 - Beethoven's Soul Development as Experienced through His String Quartets: This part follows the development of the composer's music in its most intimate form through his Early, Middle and Late Periods as a reflection of his own vision and experience of life, and of his soul growth; and as was also revealed through the changes in his facial features (physiognomy). Part 2 - The Emotional Life of the Soul and Music which Expresses Its Higher Levels: This part first provides a brief background as to the nature and functions of emotions and the seven levels of the emotional world; then goes on to illustrate through various musical selections the three highest positive and synergistic emotional levels of Soul Life, Soul Light and Soul Power. Part 3 - Music to Express the Three Major Nadis or Pranic Force-Streams and the Major Etheric Psychic Centers or Cerebrospinal Chakras: This part first provides a metaphysical foundation, and then proceeds to describe the major force-streams and psychic centers by means of specific musical selections. A more detailed exposition of the psycho-spiritual centers is given in the appendices, including illustrations of the Chakras and the triple creative Kundalini Serpent-Fire. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound with hard laminated covers, 83 pp., 51 illustrations: 28 in color; with a 112-minute presentation of music and commentary on two CDs. Item# 1029. ORDER THIS BOOK
THE GURDJIEFF TEACHINGS
"To approach these teachings, lucidly expounded by P. D. Ouspensky, Maurice Nicoll and J. G. Bennett, we must start with the premise that we are automatons—not truly awake; and then we must answer the question: "What keeps us asleep and how do we wake up?" The clarification of these philosophical issues proceeds with the elucidation of the core theory of self-transformation and the workings and control of the machine of the personality. In short, we must learn to be mechanics. The final phase of the work is concerned with the practical methods. This compilation attempts to present in a concise manner the important facets of the Gurdjieff teachings in line with these considerations."
The Gurdjieff Teachings—A Practical System of Instruction for Attaining Higher Consciousness through Self-Awareness is a clear and enlightening treatment of the Forth Way teachings. 8-1/2 x 11 inch format, elegantly comb-bound, hard laminated covers, 106 pp., 51 tables and illustrations: 31 in color. ORDER THIS BOOK
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This series of booklets by esoteric scholar Dr. Bruce Fisher presents a variety of Hermetic and esoteric subjects in his direct and to-the-point style. Dr. Fisher's works stress the various facets of ascending the path to Self-Realization - i.e., realizing one's Core Self or Divine Spark - who and what we really are and always have been. The process of moving along this path first requires that we thoroughly know the various levels of yourself - how to recognize them, their manifestations, the obstacles which they put in the way of attaining the final goal, and how to overcome these obstacles. This is complete Self-awareness or "Self-remembering." The companion to Self-awareness is knowledge of the lower and the higher worlds within which we operate - the nature of their energies and how we interact with them. All are 5-1/2 X 8-1/2 inch saddle-stitch booklets with illustrations.
Letting Go—An Essay on Self-Therapy
Presents in a classical way the steps involved in attainment of knowledge of the REAL—i.e., Observation, Concentration, Discrimination (Discernment), Meditation, Contemplation and Adoration. This approach to True Self-Realization constitutes a most effective therapy because it enables a person to achieve a global perspective of life. 19 pp., 2 illustrations. Item# 1002. $3.95
The Mystic Union—An Essay on Self-Realization
Treats of the three mirrors or lenses which focus and reflect our innermost Core SELF—the glorious Divine Spark or Microcosmic Sun. Self -Realization requires that these mirrors be cleaned and polished so that they reflect this marvelous effulgence in its true glory during our day-to-day existence. The Mystic Union of the purified "Mind" and "Heart" entails building and consolidating Antahkarana—the bridge between lower and higher mind—and is the ultimate personal achievement. 32 pp., 2 illustrations. Item# 1003. $4.95
The Magical Universe—A Melding of Modern Science and Metaphysics
Discusses the ideas of higher dimensions of reality in terms of numbers of possibilities perceived at various levels of consciousness in the subtle Worlds of Emotion, Thought, Intuition and Pure Being; of Entropy or the degree of disorder or randomness as the driving force for the "Arrows of Time"; and of the "atomic" and "molecular" structure of the subtle worlds. 32 pp., 9 illustrations. Item# 1006. $4.95
The Universal Life-force—A Metaphysical Essay
Presents a philosophical and metaphysical treatment of that mysterious agency behind the four primary forces of modern physics which, for our immediate worlds of existence, originates in three aspects from the sun. Its description in both Eastern and Western Scriptures, and in Hermetic writings, is given; and its expression as the connection between cause and effect is elaborated upon. 38 pp., 12 illustrations. Item# 1007. $4.95
The Emerald Tablet—An Interpretation
A detailed interpretation of and commentary on the ancient and fundamental alchemical formula contained in this great Hermetic statement. The presentation is given in two parts with ample tables, diagrams and notes. 72 pp., 21 illustrations. Item# 1009. $6.95
Macrocosm and the Microcosm—An Essay on the Greater and the Lesser Worlds
The fundamental idea that man is a miniature world is developed here, with the concomitant idea that man the microcosm is the reflection of a greater world or macrocosm—the basis for the great Hermetic axiom "As above, so below." 38 pp., 12 Illustrations. Item# 1010. $4.95
Poemandres, the Vision of Hermes—an Interpretation
An interpretation in three parts of another of the most well known of the Hermetic fragments, Poemandres—the Vision of Hermes. This Second Book of the Divine Pymander of Hermes deals with the fundamental issues of Cosmogenesis or world-building, the Lesser Mysteries or the descent of man into generation, and the Greater Mysteries or the spiritual regeneration of man. 86 pp., 29 illustrations. Item# 1012. $6.95
Mystical Christianity—A Summary of the Teachings of Meister Eckhart and San Juan de la Cruz
A complete but concise presentation of the teachings of two of the greatest Christian mystics—both combining a balanced development of their intellectual and devotional natures; both teaching the importance of spiritual detachment (or non-attachment) as a prerequisite for Self-Realization; both pointing out that this inner development proceeds in stages which they described both experientially and theoretically; both noting the obstacles to this process in people at various stages of development; and both having been persecuted by the Church. 83 pp., 8 illustrations. Item# 1013. $6.95
Pythagorean Numerology—A Summary of the Esoteric Properties of Numbers
Presents the Pythagorean theory of numbers; the esoteric properties of the first eight "perfect numbers" with speculation as to the value of the ninth—and revealing the remarkable symmetrical pattern hidden in them; and treats philosophically and mystically of the first twelve numbers. Amply illustrated with diagrams and tables. 60 pp., 22 illustrations. Item# 1015. $6.95
St.Germain—A Study of the Adept as an Expression of the Ultimate in Human Potential
The life and work of a high adept of the caliber of that entity who assumed the name and identity of the Comte de St. Germain in 18th Century France must remain an enigma shrouded in a mystery. This is an ancient law which must be obeyed and respected. This presentation endeavors to speculate upon the identity, age, secret of the fabled longevity, and worldly mission of this extraordinary "Wundermann" of Europe who was called by Frederick the Great "the man who never dies." A number of the most reliable sources are drawn from, including anecdotes from the memoirs of individuals who had met him. 88 pp., 16 illustrations. Item# 1028. $7.95
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