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The book was alright It didn t go into depth on the practice of theurgy like I was hoping It does though attempt to align alchemy and its processes with what theurgy was supposed to produce Essentially all you really take away is prayer meditatio. Theurgy means the science or art of divine works
In alchemy this process is called the Great Work which is the purification alchemy this process is called the Great Work which is the purification xaltation of our lower nature by the proper application of soteric principles so that it may become united with its higher counterparts
Whereby We May Attain Spiritual we may attain spiritual ultimately
E.J. Langford Garstin ✓ 6 Free readN and development of the Wow this is a tough one to review What you re reading here is an xtended analogy illustrated by uotations form other works The writing and arrangement is clever and apt but I don t see who this book is for
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