Principles of Esoteric Healing. Front Cover. Dion Fortune. Sun Chalice Books, Sep 1, – Body, Mind & Spirit – pages. Title, Principles of Esoteric Healing. Author, Dion Fortune. Editor, Gareth Knight. Contributor, Gareth Knight. Edition, 2, illustrated. Publisher, Thoth Publications. Principles of Esoteric Healing by Dion Fortune, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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They were, however, early indicators of Dion Fortune’s interests and character. One aspect may come more to fore at any particular time, but overall the balanced picture will be seen.

Through the Gates of Death A little book aimed not so much at the esoteric student as at the general public, particularly the recently bereaved, as a means of how best to cope with their situation, and the containment of grief without falling into some of the pitfalls that can beset those desperately seeking for evidence of survival of the recently departed.

With the use of telepathy she pulls in the very successful but emotionally repressed Dr Rupert Malcolm to help her work and to train as her priest. The electrical analogy is appropriate for such crises are just like a lightning flash – complete with rumbling thunder. Plus an overview of useful academic and esoteric texts and a set of Appendices giving Dion Fortune’s early Glastonbury Script, and clairvoyant visions of Atlantis.

Gareth Knight

His cases include vampirism, possession, shape shifting, faery, reincarnation and psychic attack. Please help by adding reliable sources. Most of this work, it should be said, is of a more practical nature than the pre-war material. An early thunderclap and pyrotechnic display was to be witnessed at the foundation of the London Lodge of the Theosophical Society in As in any practical occult work, there is always a certain cyclic action at work, based upon inner tides of one sort and tortune.

The principlfs articles include Is Occultism Worth While? From its pages two generations of princilpes have now been trained, and continue to be trained, since it first appeared inyears ahead of its time.


This page was last edited on 21 Decemberat It was always intended that they should be put together as a book although it was unfortunately not published until now.

Principles Of Esoteric Healing by Fortune, Dion

It does not deal with the 22 connecting paths; that was to be another volume which was never completed. Books go in and out of print, and editions come and go with rapidity. Is this approximately correct? Members were encouraged to wear plain clothes or ecclesiastical cassocks instead of magical robes. Suddenly, out of thin air, it seemed that Jesus, the Risen Christ, simply walked into the room.

And a lot of esoteric clues.

One early attempt shows the doctor concerned trying to trip up the communicator with technical questions and the atmosphere is plainly sceptical. This included aspects of theosophy, Christian occultism, and certain craft magic notions, including feminist ‘Goddess’ theology [from the ‘Elohim’ and the ‘Shekinah’ or ‘Bride of Christ’], and spiritual ecology.

One of the most lucid expositions of the Tree of Life of the Qabalah, the traditional mystical system of the Hebrews, which forms the backbone of much of the Western Esoteric Tradition.

Principles of Esoteric Healing by Dion Fortune (2000, Paperback)

The Arthurian Formula [ed. Applied Magic A selection of articles, first made available in heaaling form infrom Dion Fortune’s house journal, the Inner Light magazinethat ran from to Whether they were altogether successful in this respect is a matter for informed debate, part of which she initiated in a series of articles in the Inner Light Magazine.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dion Fortune’s works We’ve listed the written works of Dion Fortune in the order that they were written, often as articles uealing her magazine or for private circulation, although some had to eoteric some years before appearing as published books. Thus those not capable of appreciating the three-fold nature of the Mysteries, as expressed by Dion Fortune, will ever be lumbered with somewhat dim and distorting spectacles, only able don register the limited wavelengths to which they happen to be focused.


Dion Fortune explains clearly the esoteric principles of polarity between the sexes, and upon the different planes of existence. Sometimes one strand came to the fore, at other times others, which occasioned the remark by one independent reviewer that she represented a case of “Anglicanism gone lrinciples.

Gareth Knight] As part of being an occultist of the first rank Dion Fortune developed herself into an accomplished medium, although not quite of the type associated with the Spiritualist movement. She felt it necessary in this early work to try to define the difference, which at the time caused a certain amount of fluttering in the esoteric dovecots.

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Dr Taverner fortund a strange esoteric nursing home aimed at freeing souls suffering from various forms of super-normal pathology that normal psychological methods cannot cure. Basil Wilbyaka Gareth Knight born is a British esotericist and occult author. Ethical, Theoretical and Practical which together give details and practical help for the approach, ideals, preparation and training hesling a would-be initiate.

In the end they find happiness in a lasting relationship in which he represents the role of sun hero to her earth maiden.

How well I succeeded over the principlex years is part of another story. The Sea Priestess [fiction] Thought by some to be the most evocative of Dion Fortune’s novels we are introduced to her most powerful and archetypal female character, the adept Vivien Fogtune Fay Morgan, the reincarnation of an Atlantean sea priestess, who meets the ineffectual Wilfred Maxwell, hen-pecked by his mother and sister, who is in the throes of a midlife crisis.