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Bardon Key to the True Qabala

Bardon Key to the True Qabala

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Franz Bardon
 
 The Key to the True Quabbalah
 
The Quabbalist as a Sovereign in the Microcosm and the Microcosm
 1956 / 1986 ~ Publisher: Dieter Ruggeberg / Wuppertal / GermanyISBN 3-921338-03-4 ~ Library of Congress No. 85-670007
Contents
Preface
 
Introduction
 
Part I ~ Theory
 
Symbolism of the 3rd Tarot Card
 
Theory - The Quabbalah
 
Man as Quabbalist
 
The Laws of Analogy
 
Esoterics of Letters
 
The Cosmic Language
 
The Magic-Quabbalistic Word -- Tetragrammaton
 
The Mantras
 
The Tantras
 
Magic Formulas
 
Theory of Quabbalistic Mysticism
 
Quabbalistic MagicPart II ~ Practice ~ Preconditions
 
Practice -- Preconditions
 
Step I -- Mysticism of Letters
 
Step II -- Quabbalistic Incantation
 
Step III -- Aqua Vitae Quabbalisticae
 
Step IV -- Quabbalistica Elementorum
 
Step V -- The Ten Quabbalistic Keys
 
Step VI -- The Tetragrammaton -- Jod-He-Vau-He -- The Quabbalistic FourfoldKey
 
Step VII -- The Quabbalistic Mysticism of the Alphabet -- First key -- SimpleLettersPart III ~ Practice ~ The Magic of Formulas
 
 
Step VIII -- The Quabbalistic Alphabet -- Twofold Key
 
Step IX -- The Use of the Threefold Key
 
Step X -- The Use of the Fourfold Key -- Formula of Elements
 
Step XI -- Quabbalistic Use of Divine Names & Beings
 
Step XII -- The Quabbalist as Absolute Master of the Microcosm & theMacrocosmEpilogue
 
Preface
As promised in the two foregoing works Initiation Into Hermetics and The Practice of Magical Evocation, the author Franz Bardon has now published his third textbook, dealingwith the cosmical language, called Quabbalah by the initiates.Those who are already well advanced in their studies of the spiritual, i.e., the hermeticscience, by practical work on themselves will naturally be seized with great pleasure and, onaccount of their having already acquired practical experience, strengthened in their confidence that the road they have taken is virtually the most reliable one and will, withoutexception, meet all their expectations.Many scientists who have been induced, by their great interest in Quabbalah, to take up thestudies of this science in accordance with diverse theoretical pieces of advice will be lost inamazement at the contents of this textbook. If not at once, then certainly very soon will theyhave to admit, whether they like it or not, that all the specified and widely approvedquabbalistic methods in their richness, variety and truthfulness differ widely from thosecontained in the quabbalistic books hitherto published. Not even the most concealed, most secret libraries of the completely secluded monasteries inthe Far East, the so-called ashrams, which are inaccessible to any ordinary earthly being, can pride themselves on possessing the true Quabbalah in one single secret script of such clear and distinct diction.After a perusal of this book even those who have already a good knowledge of the Quabbalahwill admit that they have to bring up a good deal until they can call themselves a trueQuabbalist. Upon mature consideration the reader can come to the conviction that it counts todrop all incomplete teachings and keep on going with the methods in this textbook.In the history of man, many a Quabbalist has devoted all his life to the untiring but fruitlesssearch for the unpronounceable name of God lost by mankind in the days of yore. Having alsogone through this third work conscientiously, the Quabbalist will suddenly have theimpression of a miracle, of an immense treasure put into his lap by Divine Providence when,as a reward for his untiring, honest efforts, the true name of God, apart from many other things, will be revealed to him spontaneously. And this exceedingly high reward is being provided for all seekers of truth for whom the three volumes, which are unparalleled in theoccult literature, are not merely interesting reading, but a valuable impulse towards the practice of Magic and Quabbalah.Otti Votavova
 
Introduction
To my third volume of initiations into hermetics I have given the title of Key to the TrueQuabbalah, which, strictly speaking, is a theology dealing with the Knowledge of the Word.When engaged in Theurgy, one must, in any case, have gone through a magic development;i.e., one must at least completely master the practices described in my first volume
 Initiation Into Hermetic
s. Like my first two works, the present book, too, consists of two parts. In itsfirst part, the theory, I prepare the reader for the difficult field of the Quabbalah, whereas thesecond part contains the actual practice.Much has been written about Quabbalah, a hard nut in hermetic literature, but in practice onlylittle can be used of all this. Nearly always it is claimed that the person engaged in Quabbalahmust have a command of the Hebrew language, without which it is impossible to studyQuabbalah. The academic Quabbalah, in most books, is usually of Hebrew origin and is saidto convey to the scholar a philosophy of life on the line of a quabbalistic paragon. But thenumber of books also indicating the practice and the use of the true Quabbalah is verylimited. A few Jewish clergymen (rabbis) had a knowledge of Quabbalah, but, probably due totheir orthodox thinking, kept it strictly confidential, thus not even fragments of quabbalistic practices have become known to the public.The many descriptions of Quabbalistics do not even offer any theoretical details to theseriously interested student, to say nothing of any true hints for the practice. They only supplyat the most, a philosophical representation of the micro-and the macrocosm. The student of Quabbalah cannot get any idea of the Quabbalistic philosophy of life at all, since, on the onehand, he will not be able to see his way in this great confusion of ideas and since, on the other hand, he will still be left in darkness due to the contradictory statements made in different books.My present volume contains the theory as well as the practice, the latter being especiallyample, as the diligent student of Quabbalah will see for himself. To represent the whole,comprehensive Quabbalah in one book is, of course, impossible for mere technical reasons.However, I have taken pains to string together the pearls of this wonderful science to anextremely beautiful chain. In doing so, I have naturally taken into account the laws of analogies referring to the micro- and macrocosm, for it could not be done otherwise, if thetotal aspect of the Quabbalah is to be done without any gaps. I make as little use as possibleof the numerous Hebrew terms which have commonly been used in Quabbalah up to now and prefer such terms which are easily understood by everybody. At any rate, the reader studyingmy book will get quite a different idea, i.e., the right idea of the Practical Quabbalah.He who wants to be successful in convincing himself of the reality of the Quabbalah in practice must go through my two first books
 Initiation Into Hermetics
and
The Practice of  Magical Evocation
systematically. Otherwise, the training to achieve perfection would taketoo long and any success would ensue very late. However, it is quite up to the reader to studymy books merely theoretically. In doing so, he will acquire a knowledge which he would not be able to get from any philosophical book. But knowledge is not yet wisdom. Knowledgedepends on the development of the intellectual features of the spirit; wisdom, on the other side, necessitates the equable development of all four aspects of the spirit. Therefore,knowledge is mere philosophy, which by itself alone can make a man neither a Magician nor a Quabbalist. A learned man will be able to say a lot about magic, Quabbalah, etc., but hewill never be able to understand the powers and faculties rightly.

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