The Morning of the Magicians
- Author: Louis Pauwels, Jacques Bergier
- Year: 03-11-2016
- Translator From French: Georgi Tsankov
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- Product Code: 1837-01
- SKU: 20.0028
- ISBN: 978-619-209-022-7
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A classic of radical literature, this revolutionary study has challenged conventional knowledge and assumptions for decades, offering unique perspectives on everything from alchemy, politics, history, and supernatural phenomena to magic, Nazi occultism, and mankind’s place in the universe. Drawing from the work of Charles Fort and Carl Jung, among others, the authors explore the importance of history and its varied perceptions and propose new ways of interpreting reality. Through these visionary ideals, they assert that mankind can ultimately achieve cosmic interconnectedness.
Pauwels and Bergier worked on the book during five years, compiling voluminous documentation incorporated into the BNF. The authors' primary aim was to arouse the curiosity of their readership, stating "Let us repeat that there will be a lot of silliness in our book, but this matters little if the book stirs up a few vocations and, to a certain degree, prepares broader tracks for research".
Cautioned by the hostile reception of the book by rationalist reviewers , the authors went on to pursue their interest in the paranormal in the review Planète, dedicated to what they termed réalisme fantastique (fantastic realism).
The book is the origin of the claims of a fictional "Maria Orsic", a Vienna-born Croatian-woman who was supposedly involved with the Vril Society and vanished in 1945, going to "Aldebaran." The mythology of Maria Orsic has spread in the internet age, particularly among those inclined to Esoteric Nazism.
About the Author
Louis Pauwels, Jacques Bergier
|Translator||From French: Georgi Tsankov|
|Genre||Esoterism, Spiritual Teachings|