Posts Tagged ‘ KAMIL VACLAV ZVELEBIL ’

Hippalos

Hippalos

For those interested in my study “Isis in India” you might enjoy this electronic version of Zvelebil’s factional account of the life of Hippalos. The late Kamil Zvelebil was a great scholar of South India, although not such a good novelist . . . even so it has much value as an account of...

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Siddha Quest for Immortality

In South India there is a society where priests and lay people claim supernatural powers. Where a sophisticated medical system underlies a quest for physical longevity and psychic immortality. And where arcane and sexual rituals take place that are far removed from the Brahmanic tradition. That society is the Tamil Siddhas. In the Siddha...

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Kamil Vaclav Zvelebil

17 NOVEMBER 1927 – 17 JANUARY 2009 Kamil Vaclav Zvelebil, Professor Emeritus of the Universities of Chicago and Utrecht, was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Professor Zvelebil was an ordained Buddhist and world-renowned expert on South Indian languages and culture. He wrote many books including The Lexicon of Tamil Literature. The Siddha Quest for Immortality...

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Chaotopia! Dave Lee

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS October 1997 – October 2017, since the 1st publication of Chaotopia! Sorcery and Ecstasy in the Fifth Aeon ‘Once one is...

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The Blog of Baphomet

A thought provoking, mind expanding blog about Magick, Occultism, Altered States and more. https://theblogofbaphomet.com/

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Treadwell’s Bookshop & Events

Treadwell’s Bookshop, 33 Store Street, WC1E 7BS, London, UK. Hours: 11-7pm weekdays | 12-7pm Saturday and Sunday. Telephone: 020 7419 8507 / Email: info@treadwells-london.com...

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic

Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, The Harbour, Boscastle, North Cornwall, PL35 0HD. The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic is located by The Harbour in...

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Grimoires, Goetia, Enochiana, Solomonic Magick – David Rankine & Stephen Skinner

For centuries, Grimoires have fascinated the public’s imagination. People often ask us about how they could learn more about this topic and what books...

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