And the Secrets of the Phoenician Tradition
This book is an esoteric work of three Parts that may shed light on our true divine nature and our direct relationship with the Divine Archetype, the Universe, and Humanity, as well as our substantial duty toward the existence as a whole, our Unitas state.
Part I primarily deals with Enoch’s Acceptance of the Divine Laws from the Angels of God, say, the Good Watchers, the authentic Tradition of the Kabbala he was entrusted to transmit to Phoenician Initiates first. Then, we discover where The First Initiation Temple was erected and how it was copied in the Canaanite-Phoenician Land before Transmitting the Tradition primary to Egypt along with the masonic operative work of the Temple and its gradual spread all across the world. We tackle also the undoubtedly Phoenician connection to the Christian Savior by revealing The Sacerdotal Line to Jesus Christ, before ending this exploratory and explanatory Part with the foundation of The Babylonian Brotherhood in Babylon through Persian influence, and that which stands as a deviated and corrupted form of the Initiatic Tradition from its often recognized—but systemically overlaid original—Phoenician/Egyptian system taught by the very few chosen adepts of the Great White Fraternity.
In Part II, we start by showing the visions of the Sacred Alphabet as per the esoteric and occult meanings of the Kabbalistic letters inspired by Enoch and described within the Authentic Enochian-Hermetic Tradition. This Part also focuses on the other two essential levels that will altogether awaken the human unconscious to become conscious of itself. The three levels are depicted in the following manner. First, The Sacred Alphabet: the 22 letters of the Alphabet’s Occult Doctrine; the Enochian Kabbala. The twenty-two visions here presented are my personal experience with the occult meaning of the 22 Alphabetical letters inscribed in the Enochian Kabbala of the authentic Phoenician Tradition. Second, The Occult Numbers: “they are the Divine Powers that are in action within the Macrocosm and Microcosm. They are the movers of the Kosmos and rulers of all forms and ideas. They are gods! The Number is not an abstract quantity but indeed a real and active virtue of the Supreme One—Source of the Universal Harmony! Number itself is also a factual and dynamic asset of the harmonious structure of the Psyche. It is the wisest!” Pythagoras taught. Thence, the ten meditations later presented are in direct concordance with the ten numbers (1 to 10) taken from Pythagoras’ esoteric interpretation and occult teachings transmitted to his disciples. Last, The Mystic Symbols: the eight symbols herein presented carry deep mystical meanings that shall trigger one’s primordial faculties of both intuition and inspiration. With every new mystical revelation, a flicker of light awakens the state of one’s intuitive and inspirational knowledge for a higher understanding of the Kosmic secrets.
Part III starts by setting forth a knowledgeable apprehension On God or Deity in its global general form but focuses precisely on the Canaanite-Phoenician perception of the Divine Archetype and the concept of Monotheism, which had initially originated with Phoenician High Priests and Initiates. Although there was a Pantheon of divine beings in Phoenician theology, each playing their role, they were all actually part of the Assembly of Gods presided over by El (El-Elyon), regarded as their Father (the Creator God) and that of humanity. Then, we treat a chapter On Creation and Man, where we shall tackle the very concept of the creation of the universe, the physical manifestation of Man in its dual nature—Male and Female—which is not but a division from unity, the implication of such partition, and how can we restore union with the One. Followed by a chapter in which we reveal some of the mysteries On the Secrets of Initiation, naturally Phoenician Initiation, engaging other than Enoch himself, very well-known characters in the ancient Initiatic Circles, such as Tubal-Cain, Hiram Abif, Melki-Sedek, etc.! Finally, an introductory On the Ancient and Primitive Phoenician Rite!
by Karim El Koussa
Page Count: 281
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: June 15, 2021
Imprint: Ars Metaphysica
Genre: Mind & Body / Mysticism