The Occult Symbolism of Stones, Metals and Gems

Esoteric Classics
Narrated by: Michael Strader
Length: 55 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Renowned author Manly P. Hall covers a range of esoteric history, showcasing the significance behind numerous instances of important stones. He discusses the ancient Greeks, Saturn, logan stones, the philosopher's stone, Moses and the tablets of law, the Qabbalah, the pillars Jachin and Boaz, the Holy Grail, lodestones, the four ages of Greek mystics, magical rings and talismans, gems and the zodiac, days of the week and planets and the gems that correspond with them as well, and much more.

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A good listen

Not what I was expecting but still pleased with this one. Lots of relating information from throughout the world compiled neatly into one place.

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It doesn't really go into modern occult uses.

It was okay. It is definitely hermetic in nature and it was more of an overview of occult history rather than an educational reference to uses of gems and metals in spiritual practice. I thought it would have more applicable information, so I'm a little disappointed. it's essentially a "this is how the earth was used by ceremonial magicians in the past according to our opinion" and I felt like some of it was completely irrelevant to the discussion entirely.

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What a great deception!

I guess people should read their Scriptures more so that they won't be fooled here.

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