René-Adolphe Schwaller de Lubicz (1887-1961), the great twentieth century occultist, made his name in the margin of the history of ideas. During his lifetime René Schwaller opposed all biographical texts concerning him, preferring to draw an artistic veil over the subject of his life and the source of his knowledge, thereby impeding solid criticisms of his work. The general doctrines of Schwaller de Lubicz merit a non-exhaustive presentation through a careful selection of significant texts. The rare or unique writings presented in this book, which cover a period of over fifty years, have been reorganized according to their respective eras: the theosophic era, the apostolic group, the mystic conquest and the symbolist stranglehold. Four faces of the same writer, a soul in search of the absolute, presented from the height of his productivity.
|Author||R SCHWALLER DE LUBICZ|
|Editor||AGE D HOMME FRANCE|
|Number of pages||230|
|Type of book||Broché|
|Dimensions||21,5 x 27|