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A Study Of Numbers: A Guide to the Constant Creation of the Universe

by R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz Author

In this brief treatise, R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz lays out the science of numbers and their relation to the absolute metaphysical order of the universe. Numbers, rather than expressing an absolute truth, are a simplification of a larger and inarticulable reality. First published in 1917, this work of metaphysics has been reprinted and reread numerous times over the last century, and has influenced more contemporary metaphysical formulations. An important work to be familiar with for modern metaphysicians.

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I saw this book in Whitehorse and I almost bought it, but I didn't want to fit it in my pack. Just last week I was thinking about how I should have bought it and then it showed up on Microcosm! I'm so excited to buy this book :D