Gnosticism: New Light on the Ancient Tradition of Inner Knowing
by Stephan A. Hoeller
There has long been need for a comprehensive introductory guide to the Gnostic
tradition. Hoeller supplies just such a book with this new offering. This
delightful study gives clear voice to the essential message of Gnosticism, and
supplies an invaluable introduction to the history and import of Gnosticism in the Western
and the Lost Gospelsby Stephan A. Hoeller
With a psychological perspective drawn from the work of C. G. Jung, this book provides
an excellent introduction to Gnosticism and its relationship to the spiritual quest of our
own age. Several key mythic motifs of Gnosticism are explored both in a religious and
Gnostic Jung and the Seven Sermons to the Dead by Stephan A. Hoeller
This widely acclaimed and influential book was the first to fully explore the Gnostic
underpinnings of C. G. Jung's personal vision and psychology. It is "must
reading" for anyone with interests in Jung, depth psychology, and Gnosticism.
Fool's Pilgrimage: Kabbalistic Meditations on the Tarot by Stephan A.
Just released in a beautiful new edition after thirty years in print,
this is truly a classic! (Note that the title of the first edition was slightly different:
The Royal Road: A Manual of
Kabalistic Meditations on the Tarot.)
This little book provides an excellent introduction both to Kabbalah and
to the use of Tarot imagery in guided meditations upon the Kabbalistic
Tree of Life. You will find few better introductions to Tarot or Kabbalah.
Also included with this fine new edition is a CD with the author reading
the Meditations. Highly Recommended!
The Fall of Sophia: A Gnostic Text on the
Redemption of Universal Consciousness by Violet MacDermot with a commentary
by Stephan A. Hoeller
This is a valuable new translation of the Pistis Sophia by Violet
MacDermot, who also served as one of the original translators of the Nag Hammadi
collection. Stephan Hoeller provides an introduction to the text, helping place this
important Gnostic scripture in context. Highly recommended. (Pistis
Sophia, the traditional title of this text, is taken from "the Books of
the Savior" contained in the Askew codex).
Freedom: Alchemy for a Voluntary Society by
Stephan A. Hoeller
examines the psychology of tyranny, and the contrasting Puritanical and Hermetic roots of
American society. The book suggests that in the Hermetic underpinnings of Western culture,
we find a longing for freedom much like that of ancient Gnosticism.
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