Theosophist and author Moon Laramie presents Blavatsky's occult masterwork Isis Unveiled in modern English. The new release removes the linguistic challenges posed by Blavatsky's dense, heavily Victorian prose, a fact that has put off many a would-be reader. Now suddenly readable, we can appreciated the unstoppable Madame B. taking us on a Gnostic trip through worlds populated by large truths, annoying skeptics, mystical spirits, wise sages and philosophers like Schopenhauer.
New seekers and seasoned magicians alike will find this book packed cover-to-cover with 19th century supernatural study that also manages to be wildly entertaining. To help further, Laramie provides extensive notes and 'Who's Who' index. Heartily recommended by Treadwells, it's a gift to occult scholars, enquiring seekers and lovers of esoteric history.
This is the first tome in Laramie's ambitious project to translate all of Blavatsky's works into accessible modern English.
London: Martin Firrell Company, 2020. 356 pages, paperback. New.