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I appreciate this book for the foundation it gave me, but I have yet to see if it has anything to do with the Greek Alphabet Oracle.

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Available for download now. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. To be honest, I had my doubts about the title. Those, like myself, whose main introduction to Kiersn mysticism was through the works of Gershom Scholem, might recall that Scholem argued that the literal Qabalah may have come from within Judaism.


He includes chart after chart of associations that I would originally copy in my journal but then I realized that he has it all in the back, which is super cool and very useful and I appreciate it.

One of my tasks for this year is to learn the Greek Alphabet Oraclewhich has very few resources, unfortunately. The author documents the use of the alphabet in philosophy, religion, oracles and magic in ancient history, focusing on the use of the qabalah in the Bible and Gnosticism.

Kieren Barry (Author of Greek Qabalah)

He overviews how each of these groups of people or belief systems used the Greek Alphabet in regards to mysticism and numerology, which was really cool but eventually got tedious. This is all in Chapter ten, which shows how the Christians used alphabetic and numerical symbols. Barry starts with a little introduction and then a useful chapter that overviews the history of the Alphabet, including Egyptian hieroglyphs, linear B, cuneiform, and even proto-Sinaic symbols.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. And I appreciate the depth of his survey of Mediterranean mysticism, magic, and numerology. The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable.

This chapter was fascinating, but brief. Textbooks in Ancient Greek.

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Save on Nonfiction Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. Even so, it is no book to start with if you know next to nothing about these things.

Its dualism makes it more Zoroastrian than Christian and Barry even argues that it should not have been incorporated into the New Testament. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Includes are appendices for tables of alphabetic symbolism, a list of authors, and a numeric dictionary of Greek words, which represents the largest collection of gematria in print. The book is “necessarily academic in style” but gives much of the relevant background history for those readers who are not familiar with the ancient world or the early Christian era.

Are you an author? Get to Know Us. The Greek Qabalah is a great book but is heavy going at times my knowledge of Greek letters being paltry but its bibliography will no doubt lead me – and you – elsewhere: Scholem, to be fair, was free to speculate as he did not have access to all the same evidence that Barry does.