The Heretics Handbook PDF/EPUB Æ The Heretics PDF \

The Heretics Handbook PDF/EPUB Æ The Heretics PDF \

The Heretics Handbook ❮Download❯ ➻ The Heretics Handbook ➿ Author Jonathan Black – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In a universe where mind has power over matter—in a world where conventional common sense wisdom cannot help us achieve our highest desires or escape our deepest fears—we need to look to the wisdo In a universe where mind has power over matter—in a world where conventional common sense wisdom cannot help us achieve our highest desires or escape our deepest fears—we need to look to the wisdom of the ancientsIn The Heretic’s Handbook the internationally bestselling author of The Secret History of the World has collected and codified ancient secret wisdom from around the world formulating a complete philosophy on how to live a happy and successful life An acclaimed author and public speaker Black shows how this body of knowledge has been declared ‘heretical’ both by the established The Heretics PDF \ church and by today’s atheistic intellectual eliteFinally he outlines in the clearest terms possible the supernatural laws that govern our universe and describes rules for living that take us beyond consensual thought rules that may at first seem crazy even dangerous but which contain the secrets for achieving success happiness and a higher state of being.


10 thoughts on “The Heretics Handbook

  1. Carter Diggs Carter Diggs says:

    A most important little bookThis book is great because for spiritualistic readers who don't reuire an excessive amount of historical or technical interplay to get to the heart of what's what this book provides a uick read on what's most important This world's travail isn't necessarily permanently out of step with the Grand Design The goal is the same as it ever was but as a global society we are learning that we who are aware are not alone I don't want to give it all away because I think you should read this book The Sacred History and The Secret History of the World are both great books but this shorter volume in a sense distills the truths to be found in the larger works A good exercise for any readers of this book would be to continue writing on each of the books mini chapters to see where you are in your own development in relation to what the author is writing about Five stars


  2. Russell Avis Russell Avis says:

    Valid believable pointsThis is written to be understood if you think about what is said it offers an alternative an alternative to staunch religious typecast pigeon holed theology and likewise it offers an alternative to atheism in its fullest senseIt might nay it probably won't resonate with everyone but if read with an open mind and blank canvas then it raises some valid thinking pointsIt certainly placed things in a different perspective without being irrational or far fetched A good read if just for a different view point


  3. Pascal Zielke Pascal Zielke says:

    Let me start with stating that I love the books of Jonathan Black aka Mark Booth and i adore the way he is able to describe complicated spiritual truths in an easy digestible and entertaining way and at the same time making the reader think That said this is his fourth book on spiritual subjects and also the weakest Especially if you read his previous works and know a bit about mysticism and esoteric teachings there’s not much new content here His first book „The Secret History of the World“ is still one of the best books ever written on the esoteric teachings The Seuel „Sacred History“ is a very good addition although it reads a bit directionless in places Then there is the „Secret life of Dante“ a very interesting readWith „The Heretic‘s Handbook“ Jonathan Black tries to deliver some form of guide book He draws some ideas from Hermes Tresmegistos and other mystics here so if you know the original teachings inside out this can be either a bore or a good reminder However this is certainly written for „beginners“ and those who maybe haven’t read the author‘s previous books as most of the content here is a re visit to what he had written about beforeStill I enjoyed this The content may be 3 stars for me but the way the author writes and guides the reader through the book is five stars


  4. Marion Biddle Marion Biddle says:

    An interesting book opening up previous thoughts about life love and interaction with other peopleThis book has re opened many ideas that I had in the past regarding life on the material and spiritual planes It certainly has created a lot uestions and a hunger to explore thoroughly my spiritual and daily living ideas about life as we know it


  5. Jeanne Lambrianou Jeanne Lambrianou says:

    This book made me want to read and LESS at the same timeI call my diary the Work I bless every notebook of it I knew I wasn't crazy Mr Black I send you a warm palm to cradle your right cheek then your left cheek then press to your heart Here you are I will get out of my head and into my heart Thank you


  6. Anil Swarup Anil Swarup says:

    Everything may seem on the surface to run according to natural laws but at a deeper level there are super natural forces that modify them This is the essence of the book that attempts to counter what the atheists like Richard Dawkins have attempted to prove in their offerings However Black fails miserably to prove his point despite uoting from religious texts from all over the world


  7. Bill White Bill White says:

    Some interesting history but one would have to go much deeper than this to go beyond the woo woo of this metaphysics Recommended only for neophytes needing an inexpensive survey for the Kindle Many references and notes are a plus


  8. Paul Thompson Paul Thompson says:

    InterestingThis work is a good introduction to a way of thinking that encourages the individual to think for herhimself The reader is introduced to ideas uestions and traditions of thought that can if approached correctly open up new and fascinating pathways for exploration


  9. Ryan Ryan says:

    Rather sparse and disappointing after the brilliance of the Secret History of the World


  10. John John says:

    ExThis is a book of two halves the first being newish and having something to say The second half is tired lots of already heard uotations and the usual new spiritually but it is not


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10 thoughts on “The Heretics Handbook

  1. Carter Diggs Carter Diggs says:

    A most important little bookThis book is great because for spiritualistic readers who don't reuire an excessive amount of historical or technical interplay to get to the heart of what's what this book provides a uick read on what's most important This world's travail isn't necessarily permanently out of step with the Grand Design The goal is the same as it ever was but as a global society we are learning that we who are aware are not alone I don't want to give it all away because I think you should read this book The Sacred History and The Secret History of the World are both great books but this shorter volume in a sense distills the truths to be found in the larger works A good exercise for any readers of this book would be to continue writing on each of the books mini chapters to see where you are in your own development in relation to what the author is writing about Five stars

  2. Russell Avis Russell Avis says:

    Valid believable pointsThis is written to be understood if you think about what is said it offers an alternative an alternative to staunch religious typecast pigeon holed theology and likewise it offers an alternative to atheism in its fullest senseIt might nay it probably won't resonate with everyone but if read with an open mind and blank canvas then it raises some valid thinking pointsIt certainly placed things in a different perspective without being irrational or far fetched A good read if just for a different view point

  3. Pascal Zielke Pascal Zielke says:

    Let me start with stating that I love the books of Jonathan Black aka Mark Booth and i adore the way he is able to describe complicated spiritual truths in an easy digestible and entertaining way and at the same time making the reader think That said this is his fourth book on spiritual subjects and also the weakest Especially if you read his previous works and know a bit about mysticism and esoteric teachings there’s not much new content here His first book „The Secret History of the World“ is still one of the best books ever written on the esoteric teachings The Seuel „Sacred History“ is a very good addition although it reads a bit directionless in places Then there is the „Secret life of Dante“ a very interesting readWith „The Heretic‘s Handbook“ Jonathan Black tries to deliver some form of guide book He draws some ideas from Hermes Tresmegistos and other mystics here so if you know the original teachings inside out this can be either a bore or a good reminder However this is certainly written for „beginners“ and those who maybe haven’t read the author‘s previous books as most of the content here is a re visit to what he had written about beforeStill I enjoyed this The content may be 3 stars for me but the way the author writes and guides the reader through the book is five stars

  4. Marion Biddle Marion Biddle says:

    An interesting book opening up previous thoughts about life love and interaction with other peopleThis book has re opened many ideas that I had in the past regarding life on the material and spiritual planes It certainly has created a lot uestions and a hunger to explore thoroughly my spiritual and daily living ideas about life as we know it

  5. Jeanne Lambrianou Jeanne Lambrianou says:

    This book made me want to read and LESS at the same timeI call my diary the Work I bless every notebook of it I knew I wasn't crazy Mr Black I send you a warm palm to cradle your right cheek then your left cheek then press to your heart Here you are I will get out of my head and into my heart Thank you

  6. Anil Swarup Anil Swarup says:

    Everything may seem on the surface to run according to natural laws but at a deeper level there are super natural forces that modify them This is the essence of the book that attempts to counter what the atheists like Richard Dawkins have attempted to prove in their offerings However Black fails miserably to prove his point despite uoting from religious texts from all over the world

  7. Bill White Bill White says:

    Some interesting history but one would have to go much deeper than this to go beyond the woo woo of this metaphysics Recommended only for neophytes needing an inexpensive survey for the Kindle Many references and notes are a plus

  8. Paul Thompson Paul Thompson says:

    InterestingThis work is a good introduction to a way of thinking that encourages the individual to think for herhimself The reader is introduced to ideas uestions and traditions of thought that can if approached correctly open up new and fascinating pathways for exploration

  9. Ryan Ryan says:

    Rather sparse and disappointing after the brilliance of the Secret History of the World

  10. John John says:

    ExThis is a book of two halves the first being newish and having something to say The second half is tired lots of already heard uotations and the usual new spiritually but it is not

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