Rosicrucians, Occultism, and Kabbalah

Theosophical Classics
Narrated by: Sandra Brautigam
Length: 28 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Renowned occultist and founder of the Theosophical Society, here Madame Blavatsky explores the legitimacy of Rosicrucianism and what that brotherhood means in a greater sense to the occult movement in general. She also compares different types of Kabbalah and discusses how they relate.

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Poor Narration!

The awkward narration is very distracting which is very unfortunate considering the caliber of the work from such a renowned author. It's astonishing that such little consideration was taken in the choice.

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very brief and not much informative

I was looking forward to detailed information about the three disciplines but this was just a gloss over. The writing and presentation was not fluid and appeared forced or technical. The presentation just seemed to address the history of the subject's.

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  • 05-03-20

Listened twice and it’s still gibberish

This has to be the most bizarre narration ever. The tone is monotonous and it sounds like a computerised voice with the speed set to 50% real time. I had high hopes for this but I was left feeling very let down.