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Carl Jung, had written extensively on Abraxas. In his 1916 book called The Seven Sermons to the Dead, Jung called Abraxas a God higher than the Christian God and Devil that combines all opposites into one Being. He said that Abraxas was a polymorphous world spirit which permeates — or even encompass — the very fabric of existence: "Abraxas is ...

The original version of Julius Evola's Mystery of the Grail formed an appendix to the first edition of his masterpiece, Rivolta contra il mondo moderno (1934). -  Revolt against the Modern World. Three years later he reworked that appendix into his "The Mystery of the Grail" book, which first appeared as part of a series of religious and esoteric studies published...

A standout amongst the most well-known otherworldly and magical practices in European Black Arts from the Middle Ages until the present is scrying. Scrying is the craft of seeing visions in a crystal, a magic mirror, or the scryer's own creative mind. It is also known as clairvoyance (from the French for “clear seeing”). Scrying often had an important role...