Thu, 13 Jun | Treadwell's Books

Eliphas Levi, the Socialist Magus

Father of the 19th century French occult revival: his life, magic and politics.
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Eliphas Levi, the Socialist Magus

Time & Location

13 Jun 2019, 19:15 – 20:45
Treadwell's Books, 33 Store St, Fitzrovia, London WC1E 7BS, UK

About The Event

Eliphas Levi was the magisterial occultist and writer who launched the French occult revival of the late 19th century, bringing kabbalah and tarot into the Western occult renaissance. Levi made a huge impact on many, not least the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley.  Less known is the fact that Levi was deeply involved in socialist politics. Tonight's lecturer, Dr Julian Strube, brings this beloved magus to life, and shows new insights on him arising from his historical research for this doctoral thesis. A wonderful for evening for newcomers and oldtimers alike. Drinks and socialising follow.

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