Éliphas Lévi and the Kabbalah

 The Masonic and French Connection of the American Mystery

Fun at the Mikeby Robert Lesley Uzzel
Cornerstone Book Publishers
208 pages
ISBN: 978-1940130774
(c) 2003
First Edition

A masterful account of Éliphas Lévi, one of the most celebrated Kabbalistic authors of all times. The influence Lévi exerted on such esoteric movement leaders as A.E. Waite; Madame Blavatsky; Papus; Aleister Crowley; Rudolf Steiner; Max Heindel; H. Spencer Lewis; Paul Foster Case and others is explored as well as remarkable insights into Lévi's life and times. A chapter is devoted to Masonic legend Albert Pike and analyzes Pike's classic Morals and Dogma revealing entire sections Pike took verbatim from the works of Lévi. This is a powerful and essential book by a respected Masonic and esoteric scholar.


History of the Book:

This book was written with the conviction that,

in a very real sense, Lévi was the French connection of the American Mystery Tradition; and that Lévi was correct in his claim that Jesus is the New and Eternal Solomon Who came not to destroy but to fulfill the

Secret Tradition of the Jews.


Robert Lesley Uzzel - March 30, 2015



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Éliphas Lévi and the Kabbalah - The Masonic and French Connection of the American Mystery

The Durhams of Fairfield: An African American Genealogy

Fun at the Mikeby R L Nolen
Self Published
400 pages
ISBN: 9781939889140
(c) 2014

Deadly Thyme is a psychological suspense set in a sleepy seaside village in Cornwall, England. A girl disappears from a village full of people who are keeping secrets. One secret is deadly!


History of the Book:

I love all things British and knew I had to set a psychological suspence in the wilds of Northwest Cornwall where D. Maurier set Rebecca and the Birds



R L Nolen - September 26, 2015

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