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The Atelier du Pied d'Or. I t is not so much the Tarot and medieval illuminations than the ignored Thought enclosed in their features and colors which is worthy of the greatest interest But we are so little prepared to discover it, the ways which it borrows appears so strange at first sight that it disconcerts, even disturbs and irritates, so much our usual modes of reflection, our ways of appreciating and measuring the world, our cut and dried conceptions of life, the human being or the societies is radically different T he task is not easy.

I n addition to the common opinion, "vulgar" or "erudite", which is very often the more or less explicit negation of it, it is also necessary to take into account the one which, though recognizing its existence, limits it in some manner and restricts the range of it, deforms it, to such a point that it makes it inintelligible and finally completes to discredit it near those which are however laid out to discover and appreciate its deep kindness. T hat is not new :.

Limojon de St Didier. I n order to help you to unravle the threads and surely walk troughout this psychic and mental jungle, obscure and deep forest which frightens so much Dante at the beginning of his "Comedy", here below is a list of some english spoken or translated authors and titles of some of their works.

Most enlightening of them but also more depreciated and funny thing, plagiarized by loads of literary hacks so discrete on their unavowable source! One is not completely the same anymore And when I say "completely" I t is well-known that "calumny, opposition, do not miss to who speaks and acts ; From all sides, those whom it disturbs in their ambitious projects, their idleness, their illusion, shout, resist, persecute if they can, want to extinguish this obtrusive light at all costs" Pentacle known as by"Khunrat" And that is undoubtedly in the nature of things.

I n any case, my Friend, go ahead to see, I ensure you will be bewildered! Paris : M. Carmagnola : Arktos, Barcelona : Obelisco, Milan : Rusconi, , Istanbu l : Iz Yayincilik. Paris : Payot, , East and West.

London : Luzac, Oriente e Occidente. Turin : Luni, , Paris : Ed. London : Rider and Co. Paris: J. Vrin, Paris : G. Milan, Maddi Iktidar Manevi Otorite. Marseilles : Publiroc, Paris : Ed. Paris : Ed. Vega, Paris : Gallimard , , Il simbolismo della croce. Barcelona : Obelisco, Die Symbolik des kreuzes. Paris: Ed. Vega, Gli Stati molteplici dell'Essere. Turin, The Multiple States of Being. Barcelona : Obelisco, Paris : Chacornac, Paris: Ed.

Istanbul : Iz Yayincilik, ND. Istanbul: Iz Yayincilik, ND. Paris : Chacornac, Chicago : Kazi, La grande triade. Paris : Gallimard, , 8. Barcelona, Obelisco, La grande Triade. Milan : Adelphi, The Great Triad. Cambridge : Quinta Essentia, Barcelona : Obelisco, Considerazioni sull'esoterismo cristiano.

Paris, Simboli della scienza sacra. Rome : Basaia, Studies in Hinduism. Barcelona : Obelisco, Formes traditionnelles et cycles cosmiques. Barcelona : Obelisco, Forme tradizionale e cicli cosmici.

Roger Maridort. Paris: Gallimard , Considerazioni sull'esoterismo islamico e il taoismo. Barcelona : Obelisco, Comptes rendus. Stockholm : NP, S on of a lawyer of Indian origin and an Englishwoman, Ananda K. Coomaraswamy was born in Colombo, August 22, He made his studies in England and turned initially to sciences : In , he was nominated director for mineralogical research of the Island of Ceylon. Soon however he devoted his efforts to create a movement for the constitution in India of a national teaching ; Disappointed on this side, he specialized finally in the questions of art.

In , he directed the artistic section of the "United Provinces Exhibits" in Allahabad ; during the First World War, he was called to the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston to belong to the scientific staff ; and he remained until the end of his life in this institution, where he was especially in charge of the department of arts of Islam and the Middle East. He projected to go back to India and started to get ready for it, when he suddenly died in September 9, H is capacity for work and assimilation was extraordinary.

H is work is substantial and is distributed in about forty pieces and several hundreds of articles, those having been published in many reviews in America, India and Europe. The art of India holds the first place. His main work in the field of art is represented by his "Elements of Buddhist Iconography" , where symbolic interpretation of the Buddhist art holds a much greater place than the external questions relating to it.

O ne cannot, indeed, be interested in Eastern art without wondering about the meaning of its features ; and, to answer that, it is necessary to know the "myths" and the Writings.

The direct interpretation of the vedic and bouddhic texts became one of the subjects of study of Coomaraswamy and took, starting from his book"A New Approach to the Vedas" , an increasing place in his works. A lthough he treated a very great number of subjects, perhaps his work will be more kept in mind particularly owing to the topic of Angels and Titans, of the inverted Tree, to which he devoted a splendid study, finally to that of "Self" and transmigration ; this last subject provided him, as it is known, the occasion to restore the true significance of original Buddhism, which had been denatured by the orientalists.

The principal conclusions of his research were joined together in "Hinduism and Buddhism" [ A complete bibliography of the works of A. Coomaraswamy can be found in the book entitled "Art and Thought" , prepared for his seventieth anniversary by his colleagues and his many friends from all over the world.

This work, published after his death, gathers forty original contributions of men versed, for different reasons, in the study of the traditional questions of the East and Occident. Translation : Pierrick Pinot. Mediaeval Sinhalese Art. Madras : Theosophical Publishing Hse.

NY : Dover Pub. Press, History of Indian and Indonesian Art. NY : Dover pub. Bibliography Foreword I t is not so much the Tarot and medieval illuminations than the ignored Thought enclosed in their features and colors which is worthy of the greatest interest T hat is not new : "Our practice [Alchemy, in the first and "spiritual" meaning of the word ] is a way in sands where one must steered by North Star, rather than by the relics that one sees printed there.

Carmagnola : Arktos, Barcelona : Obelisco, L'erreur spirite. Catania Le symbolisme de la croix. Bibliography of A.

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The Atelier du Pied d'Or. I t is not so much the Tarot and medieval illuminations than the ignored Thought enclosed in their features and colors which is worthy of the greatest interest But we are so little prepared to discover it, the ways which it borrows appears so strange at first sight that it disconcerts, even disturbs and irritates, so much our usual modes of reflection, our ways of appreciating and measuring the world, our cut and dried conceptions of life, the human being or the societies is radically different T he task is not easy. I n addition to the common opinion, "vulgar" or "erudite", which is very often the more or less explicit negation of it, it is also necessary to take into account the one which, though recognizing its existence, limits it in some manner and restricts the range of it, deforms it, to such a point that it makes it inintelligible and finally completes to discredit it near those which are however laid out to discover and appreciate its deep kindness.

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