The Mystical Hexagram Book

Our book The Mystical Hexagram just became available of Kindle and so I thought it might be worth discussing this book in a little more detail.

I began working on the Mystical Hexagram immediately after Inner Journeys was published. It all boiled down to three chapters of material and no matter what I did, I couldn’t seem to extend the material beyond those three chapters. However, I think those three chapters are the most important chapters I ever wrote in my life.

The book looks at a symbol – The Hexagram. It uses the Hexagram to analyse several different systems – the Elements, Kabbalah, Tarot, Numerology and Alchemy – finding that this symbol unites the systems and reinforces certain meanings and relationships.

I will be honest and say that I didn’t go too deep, rather I trusted my own inner intuition and pointed out the main part of my thesis leaving the reader to explore further. Sue and I even wrote a set of exercises that would help with that exploration. Sue added the introduction and much of the supporting material at the end. She seemed to instinctively know what to add to round out the book and make it both usable and practical. Sue is like that.


The book needs to be read slowly and carefully. Here are some things that you may learn via the book;

1. You will discover that the time-space continuum is a construct of your brain and this reality,
2. You will discover that balancing something involves three dimensions and that these three polarities or Cycles bring new meaning to the Tree of Life and possibly have similarities to three Alchemical principals,
3. You will discover that the ALL or the ONE is everything in motion and that GOLD contains all the metals,
4. You will grasp the idea that you create reality and that you can wilfully change reality.

There is much more hidden in this little book. It’s not just about the hexagram but how that symbol is the KEY to much, much more.

The book is unfinished. It awaits you and if you choose, it is for you to finish. It is the work. The Great Work.

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