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Morning of the Magicians: Louis Pauwels

Morning of the Magicians: Louis Pauwels

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Alchemy, secret societies, Nazis and mages...
CAUTION: This is only part of the book, dealing with alchemy, mostly- all the stuff about the Nazis is missing..
Alchemy, secret societies, Nazis and mages...
CAUTION: This is only part of the book, dealing with alchemy, mostly- all the stuff about the Nazis is missing..

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Published by: Phantom 309 on Feb 22, 2013
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Destiny Books
One Park Street
Rochester, Vermont 05767www.DestinyBooks.comDestiny Books is a division of Inner Traditions InternationalCopyright © 1960 by Ed itions GallimardOriginally published in French under the title
Le Matin des Magiciens
by EditionsGallimard, ParisThis edition published in 2009 by Destiny BooksAll rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any formor by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or byany information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing fromthe publisher.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Pauwels, Louis, 1920 Aug. 2-[Matin des magiciens. English]The morning of the magicians : secret societies, conspiracies, and vanished civilizations / Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier ; translated from the French by Rollo Myers,p. cm.Includes index.ISBN 978-1-59477-231-3 (pbk.)1. Occultism. I. Bergier, Jacques, 1912- II. Title.
BF1412.P3813 2009001.9—dc22
Printed and bound in Canada by Transcontinental Printing
10 987654321
Text design and layout by Priscilla BakerThis book was typeset in Garamond Premier Pro, with Trajan and Throhand usedas display typefaces
To the fine soul, to the warm heart of Gustave Bouju,a worker, a realfather to me. In memoriam.
L. P.
The Future Perfect 
Salute to the reader in a hurry—A resignation in 1875—Birds of ill omen—How the nineteenth century closed the doors—Theend of science and the repression of fantasy—Poincares despair—We are our own grandfathers—Youth, Youth!
Bourgeois delights—A crisis for the intelligence, or the hurricaneof unrealism—Glimpses of another reality—Beyond logic andliterary philosophies—The idea of an Eternal Present—Sciencewithout conscience or conscience without science ?—Hope 10
Brief reflections on the backwardness of sociology—Talkingcross-purposes—Planetary versus provincial—Crusader in themodern world—The poetry of science 17
 An Open Conspiracy
The generation of the "workers of the Earth"—Are you a behind-the-times modern, or a contemporary of the future?—A posteron the walls of Paris 1622—The esoteric language is the technicallanguage—A new conception of a secret society—A new aspectof the "religious spirit" 23

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