Elementary Treatise of Occult Science ― Understanding the Theories and Symbols Used by the Ancients, the Alchemists, the Astrologers, the Freemasons & the Kabbalists
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Papus' Elementary Treatise on Occult Science was one of the most influential books in the modern history of occultism. Never before published in English, this work explores a fascinating interpretation of the history of the world and it develops a powerful approach to decoding esoteric symbolism, a crucial skill for contemporary occultists. Papus also provides a stunning analysis of ancient mysteries including Hermeticism, Kabbalah, theurgy, magic, alchemy, theosophy, sacred geometry, the tetragrammaton, the pyramids, and much more. This premium hardcover edition will open the contemporary occultist's eyes to the ideas of one of history's most profound magical thinkers.

One of the most respected writers and teachers in the occult field today, John Michael Greer has written more than fifty books on esoteric traditions, nature spirituality, and the future of industrial society. An initiate in Druidic, Hermetic, and Masonic lineages, he served for twelve years as Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America (AODA). He lives in Rhode Island, USA with his wife Sara. He can be found online at

Mark Anthony Mikituk (France) is a translator and teacher. He previously collaborated with John Michael Greer on a translation of Eliphas Levi’s The Doctrine and Ritual of High Magic (TarcherPerigee 2017).


Dr. Gerard Encausse (1865–1916), also known as Papus, was an influential French occultist. He was the cofounder of premier occult journal L’Initiation and a lively weekly paper of occult news and opinion, Le Voile d’Isis (The Veil of Isis). He also founded the Groupe Independant d’Etudes esoteriques (Independent Group of Esoteric Studies) and was an important leader of Ordre de la Rose+Croix Kabbalistique (Order of the Kabbalistic Rose+Cross), the leading French magical order of the time. Papus played a crucial role in reformulating the Martinist Order, an organization that remains active today.