Book One of Julia Budenz's long poem in five books is subtitled By the Tree of Life. As she described it, "The first garden is the garden of the holy; its book explores transcendence, is... More > located partially in Eden, and draws upon imagery from the Bible and the liturgy."< Less
With the subtitle Towards a Greek Garden, this is the second book of the author's long poem in five books. Julia Budenz said of it, "The second garden is the garden of the beautiful; its book... More > contemplates the aesthetic, is situated partially in Greece, and makes use of Greek literature, mythology, and geography."< Less
With the subtitle Rome, this is the third book of Julia Budenz's long poem in five books. As she described it, "The third garden is that of the true, specifically of academic knowledge, of... More > scholarship, of learning. Its book . . . uses material from Roman literature, history, and topography."< Less
With the subtitle Towards Farthest Thule, this is the fourth book of the long poem in five books by Julia Budenz. She wrote of it, "The fourth garden is that of the good and blooms with human... More > relations. Its book . . . is set partly in Britain, finally in Shetland."< Less
Bearing the subtitle By the Tree of Knowledge, this is the last of the five books of Julia Budenz's long poem. She considered its garden to be "the garden of the whole" and described it as... More > "the philosophical book, the one most fully placed in Flora's native America but also situated in her native world, in her homeland the earth, in her home the universe. It is the book of the elm, rooted and reaching."< Less
Der Magische Mensch und sein Werden
„Schau in Dich! Schau um Dich! Schau über Dich!“ Der Weg der Selbsterkenntnis und Selbstentwicklung, wie er in den westlichen Mysterienschulen... More > gelehrt wird, ist untrennbar mit dem Bild des Baumes des Lebens verbunden. Von der Geburt (und davor) bis zum Tode ist das Bild von Wachstum und Entfaltung in jedem Menschen allgegenwärtig.
Ein origineller Einblick in magische, kabbalistische und thelemische Aspekte der Selbstentwicklung – aus weiblicher Perspektive.
Enthalten: Schwangerschaft und der Baum des Lebens, der Magische Spiegel, theoretische und praktische Sexualmagie.
Als besonderer Anhang enthalten: "Liber V vel Reguli" mit den Kommentaren von Rodney Orpheus.< Less