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This course of study in Hermeticism stretches over a set of ten volumes. Named below: - Vol I Probatur Temporis (Temporary trial - Probation) - Vol II Probatur totus (Completion of Probation) - Vol III Ars Imperium Mens (The Art of Controlling the Mind) - Vol IV Prima Alchemae ( Primer Lab manual) - Vol V Discipulus Inceptor (Apprentice Papers) - Vol VI Regula (Regulations and rules) - Vol VII& VIII Miftach Aben (The Key to the Stone - Adept Papers) - Vol IX Aspicio Mens (Advanced Trancework) - Vol X AnnexesLiber Probatur Te... More >>>
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This course of study in Hermeticism stretches over a set of ten volumes. Named below:

- Vol I Probatur Temporis (Temporary trial - Probation)

- Vol II Probatur totus (Completion of Probation)

- Vol III Ars Imperium Mens (The Art of Controlling the Mind)

- Vol IV Prima Alchemae ( Primer Lab manual)

- Vol V Discipulus Inceptor (Apprentice Papers)

- Vol VI Regula (Regulations and rules)

- Vol VII& VIII Miftach Aben (The Key to the Stone - Adept Papers)

- Vol IX Aspicio Mens (Advanced Trancework)

- Vol X Annexes

Liber Probatur Temporis Vol I Excerpt:

It is important right from the outset to understand exactly what this introductory discourse seeks to achieve, so that we might focus on what is important and avoid unnecessary distractions, thereby making the most of an

intention to study productively.

First and foremost it should be accepted that many aspirants who desire and seek initiation via the ancient western mystery tradition often have either extremely unrealistic expectations or a healthy degree of ignorance about the subject. Experience demonstrates that sooner or later either or both of these things will conflict with the reality of training and possibly interfere with the student's ability to maintain a productive study regime.