The Seventh Tower
Our Favorite Links
Divinus Verum est Eternus Lumen
Here are some of our favorite links to interesting places
elsewhere on the internet:
The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus
The Corpus Hermetica
University of Amsterdam's Hermetic Studies Department
Website of the J. R. Ritman Library in Amsterdam
Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
The Gnostic Society Library
The Alchemy Website
Kosher Kabbalah Online (from Safed, Isreal)
The New Kabbalah (Dr. Sanford Drob's site)
The Sepher Yetzirah
The Sepher Ha-Bahir
The Names of God
Esoteric Hebrew Names of God
The Light of Egypt
Vol. II of Thomas H. Burgoyne's work on the philosophy
and rituals of The Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor , the
19'th century esoteric organization that immediately preceded
the Golden Dawn.
Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor
More data from kheper.net about the magical organization
that inspired the Golden Dawn and the O. T. O.
The Golden Dawn Lectures
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
Esoteric Order of the Golden Dawn
Golden Dawn Research Center
Order of the Golden Dawn
Outer Order of the Rosicrucian Order of A + W
History of the Golden Dawn
From the Metareligion Website
Provides a thorough magical curriculum.
of the Golden Dawn
Provides thorough instructions for self-initiation
into this powerful Order.
Interactive Thelemic Resources
A wonderful website with flashcards and other
interactive learning aids!
The Rose Cross Sigil Creator
Astrological Planetary Positions
Time your rituals accurately
Planetary Hour Calculator!
With Ruling Archangels!
Free Spirit Project Horoscopes
Bill Heidrick's Works
The Hermitage: A Tarot History Site
Carte da Trionfi: Michael's Tarot Notebook
Sources of the Waite/Smith Tarot Symbolism
The Mystical Experience Registry
(Jungian Active Imagination & Hypnagogia)
W. B. Yeats' A Vision
Philosophy on the Internet
Symbolist Art and Poetry
Romantic and Gothic Literature Resources
The William Blake Archives
Misc. Fun Links
This one is simply fun! You won't find vintage paranoia
like this anywhere else in the world!
Death and Photography in Nineteenth Century America!
Remember those creepy photographic portraits of dead people in
the Nicole Kiddman thriller The Others? Well, here are the
real things! This is really morbid and cool!
the Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo!
This is the Holy Grail of morbid websites, devoted entirely
to one of the weirdest places in the world. See hundreds of
mummified corpses posed, mounted, and hanging from
the walls of these famous Sicilian catacombs.
Peter Lorre Collection
A Peter Lorre tribute like no other! Nancy SimPanda
has created a fan site that even Peter Lorre would love!
The Carnivorous Plant Database
Martindale's Reference Desk
John Walker's Earth and Moon Viewer
See Live Worldwide Views of Current Events
Ditch's Puzzle Palace
Alas, this great website is no longer available since
the death of its creator, R. T. (Ditch) Gault three years ago.
But I just can't bring myself to remove the Puzzle Palace
from my main page.
Great Caesar's Ghost!
I just discovered that a few magnificent ruins of Ditch's Puzzle Palace
remain accessible to tourists online! His incomparable website on the
Order of the Twilight Star
is still available!
The Absolute Elsewhere: Fantastic, Visionary, and Esoteric
Literature in the 1960's and 1970's
is also still online!
A priority of mine will now be the shameless copying of these priceless
works of R. T. (Ditch) Gault onto CD and their subsequent online
publication online, through Time's Seventh Tower!
Ditch, buddy! Your memory lives on!
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