Symbol1.GIF (2100 bytes)A Miscellany of Essays

Colin Low
Publication or copying of these essays in any form without written permission from the author is a breach of copyright.
Emanation and Ascent in Hermetic Kabbalah (1.4 Mbyte PDF)
Colin Low 2004. Presentation and notes on the mystical and historical roots of Hermetic Kabbalah.
The Star Trek Tree
Colin Low 2000. Updating Kabbalah with current mythology.
The Princess, the Labyrinth, and the Tower (700 Kbyte PDF)
Colin Low 2003. A fable concerning cognition.
Dr. John Dee, the Necronomicon, and the Cleansing of the World - A Gnostic Trail
Colin Low, 1996. The Olde Ones unmasked. This is not a spoof.
I have written spoofs about the Necronomicon before, and this is not one of them.
The Necronomicon and Ontological Pressure
Colin Low, 2000. "And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?"
On Separation
Colin Low 1998. An unravelling of the fabric of reality.
Why is it Reasonable to be Rational
Colin Low 1999. Why was rationality at the core of Hellenistic mysticism, why has it replaced religion, and why bother with it at all?
A Magick Life, by Martin Booth.
A biography of Aleister Crowley, reviewed by Colin Low. Colin Low 2000.
The Towering Inferno
Colin Low 1999. How to find heaven in hell.
Zen in the Art of Motorcycling
Colin Low 2000. You always thought motorcyclists were thoughtless, but didn't know it was a
mystical discipline.
Ritual Theory and Technique
Colin Low 1990, 1998. A modern view of ritual which attempts to provide a basis for understanding how ritual works. Much of this material was subsumed into Notes on Kabbalah, but if you prefer the original, shorter, Kabbalah-free version, read this.

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