This is a short treatise by a western, esoteric writer of the early 20th century. The author speaks in very general terms, referring most often to Alchemy, Yogic and mystical Christian concepts, and... More > only vaguely alluding to the Kabbalah.
The actual author of this book may be the prolific William Walker Atkinson. This hypothesis is supported by the tone and content of this work, which are similar to his other books.< Less
This is the second book on the Kabbalah by Elias Gewurz, the other being Hidden Treasures of the Ancient Qabalah. Written from a Theosophical viewpoint, this thin volume has a lot more Kabbalah... More > content than the previous one. Gewurz explains 'signatures' of each Hebrew letter, the use of techniques such as permutation and numerology to find deeper meaning in the sacred writings, and the history and bibliography of Jewish mysticism.< Less