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It was a short but interesting read In just two and a half years, I could make myself into a living philosophers stone. Download Pdf ⚖ Secret Practices of the Sufi Freemasons ⚕ Reveals The Secret Spiritual Exercises Of The Bektashi Order Of Sufis Shows How This Order, Also Known As Oriental Freemasonry, Preserves The Ancient Spiritual Doctrines Forgotten By Modern Freemasonry Explains How To Transform The Soul Into The Alchemical Magnum Opus By Combining Masonic Grips And The Abbreviated Letters Of The Qur An Includes A Detailed Biography Of Baron Von Sebottendorff Originally Published In Germany In , This Rare Book By Baron Rudolf Von Sebottendorff Reveals The Secret Spiritual Exercises Of The Bektashi Order Of Sufis As Well As How This Order, Also Known As Oriental Freemasonry, Preserves The Ancient Spiritual Doctrines Forgotten By Modern Freemasonry Sebottendorff Explains How The Mysterious Abbreviated Letters Found In The Qur An Represent Formulas For Perfecting The Spirit Of The Individual When Combined With Masonic Hand Signs And Grips And Conducted Accordingly To A Precise Schedule, These Formulas Incorporate Spiritual Power Into The Body And Transform The Soul From Its Base State Into A Noble, Godlike State The Magnum Opus Of The Medieval Alchemists Laying Out The Complete Program Of Spiritual Exercises, Sebottendorff Explains Each Abbreviated Word Formula In The Qur An, The Hand Gestures That Go With Them, And The Exact Order And Duration For Each Exercise Including A Detailed Biography Of Sebottendorff And An Examination Of Alchemy S Islamic Heritage, This Book Shows How The Traditions Of Oriental Freemasonry Can Ennoble The Self And Lead To Higher Knowledge no idea what i just readdefinitely not islamic, and definitely not sufism to say the least sufism is than a secret hand gestures and strange sign language. This brief text doesn t offer a lot, although it s possible that the simple practice recommended will work well for some people It is likely to disappoint most who come to it, however, because they won t be looking for a simple meditational outline, they ll be hoping for something mysterious and dramatic, because of knowing another side of the author s life The author was born Adam Glauer, and like many German v lkisch occultists ennobled his name in adulthood though in his case, he managed to do this through a late in life adoption by a Sebottendorf He is primarily known for having run a secret organization in Munich called the Thule Society which did include a few early Nazis before they were Nazis and is sometimes claimed by conspiracy theorists as the secret power behind Hitler By the time this book was written, 1924, Sebottendorf was already in self imposed exile to Switzerland, and, if this book is anything to judge by, had become interested in Islam and Freemasonry than National Socialism At any rate, if that s what you come to the book for, you won t find anything Sebottendorf s knowledge of Ancient Turkish Freemasons comes from years of travel in the Middle East, especially Egypt and Turkey, where he probably was initiated into a practicing lodge What he claims to have found and this is credible is that Islamic Freemasons had retained spiritual goals and practices that had been lost, or relegated to mere symbolism, by their brethren in the West The book essentially describes how to use Masonic grips as a focus for meditational activity It makes some claims about effects and powers that I won t attempt to verify, but as a testament to obscure Masonic theories and practices, it holds some minor interest. Huh The one thing that my heart desires was eluded to in this book, but the exercises and language on ancient texts made it incomprehensible to my modern mind Not for me. I like this book Writer is an interesting personality and really interesting book But it is not for learning Islam, Sufism or Freemasons and even you couldn t learn their secret practices It is interesting for showing perception of Islam and some Islamic practices to a foreigner It was not so long ago, just 100 years.Probably it is because of my language or imagination capacity I couldn t visualize practices Maybe there is some illustrations in the book it could be understandable Even I couldn t understand in the very beginning of the practices I, A, O sounds Is it English reading like I am , Apple , On or, trIcky , Amsterdam , On. I didn t necessarily agree the Baron on the connections between Sufism and Freemasonry, for he has his own orientalist way of considering and understanding the East but again, interesting enough to read about some blurred history of my nation s past and its supposed connections to the Craft. Masonic Sufi Spiritual WorkThis book desperately needs illustrations to go along with what the author is writing Sufi meditations and Masonic work require the use of certain hand positions and grips all of which have specific meanings The author describes what the hand positions and grips are supposed to look like but illustration or pictures would do a much better job.This book may be appropriate for someone with a advanced knowledge of Sufi practices and freemasonry I did not get much out of this book at all In fact I captured a small part of it To be fair some books should not be made available to the public as the meaning can be missed or misconstrued.The book starts off with a history of Sebetendirf and how he being the typical German feels than a healthy dose of national pride and a strong urge of wanderlust This German fell in love with Turkey and met a Jewish bektashi family Bektashi is a school of Sufism and Sufis accept everyone regardless of background This Jewish family also was well versed in the Kabbalah and Rosicrucianism.The book then follows with a history of Islam and Sufism The meat of the book discusses different hand positions and grips along with meaning of mantra like sounds The book has an outline of practice.Personally if one is interested in these subjects I would look elsewhere I normally like Mr Thorsons work but not this one. This book desperately needs illustrations to go along with what the author is writing Sufi meditations and Masonic work require the use of certain hand positions and grips all of which have specific meanings The author describes what the hand positions and grips are supposed to look like but illustration or pictures would do a much better job.This book may be appropriate for someone with a advanced knowledge of Sufi practices and freemasonry I did not get much out of this book at all In fact I captured a small part of it To be fair some books should not be made available to the public as the meaning can be missed or misconstrued.The book starts off with a history of Sebetendirf and how he being the typical German feels than a healthy dose of national pride and a strong urge of wanderlust This German fell in love with Turkey and met a Jewish bektashi family Bektashi is a school of Sufism and Sufis accept everyone regardless of background This Jewish family also was well versed in the Kabbalah and Rosicrucianism.The book then follows with a history of Islam and Sufism The meat of the book discusses different hand positions and grips along with meaning of mantra like sounds The book has an outline of practice.Personally if one is interested in these subjects I would look elsewhere I normally like Mr Thorsons work but not this one.