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Waite attempts to make a connection between the occultist and the mystic, who he describes as searching for the same experience. The difference being that one is what he calls the saint and the other is what he deems a specialist. He also points out general occultists, who may be neither but who were well read and have helped to harmonize information but didn't actually do anything, such as Robert Fludd and Cornelius Agrippa.

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The Gift of the Mystic vs Occult

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Very enjoyable short read. Whets the tongue to understand more of the life of a Mystic vs. other psychic phenomenons. Hypnotism, spiritualism, psychic research differs from Mystic or Occultist according to the author. The Mystic turns his head toward Jerusalem and forgoes the ties to materialism. The difference between science and spiritual views and paths.

What other book might you compare The Life of the Mystic to and why?

Transcendental views of life

What about Jason Newcomb’s performance did you like?

Good narrator. Speed, tone and rate nice with verbal inflections at appropriate times.