Aghora: At the Left Hand of God

Robert E. Svoboda

“A rare view into the life of a practicing tantric master. Aghora teaches that the world is not as it seems, that reality is obtained by embracing the world rather than renouncing it, and that only by totally giving oneself to the Mother can we break through into the Light.”

Publisher: Brotherhood of Life
Paperback: 328 pages

Fulcanelli: Master Alchemist—Le Mystère des Cathedrals, Esoteric Interpretation of the Hermetic Symbols of The Great Work


To understand the process of alchemy is to understand one’s own spiritual evolution. The fabled alchemist Fulcanelli describes the symbols and process of the Great Transformation of the human Spirit which is alchemy, the everlasting secrets of the Argonauts (the spoken Kabbalah) and the transmission of their message by means of the Language of the Birds (the encoding of words). These symbols are openly displayed in the sculpture, tiles, pillars, rose windows, flying buttresses and iconography of the ancient Gothic cathedrals of Europe, built by alchemists, and deciphered by Fulcanelli.

Publisher: Brotherhood of Life
Paperback: 186 pages

Experiments With Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency, with Appendix: The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires

Nikola Tesla

Transcription of a lecture delivered before the Institution of Electrical Engineers in London. Appendix covers his Colorado experiments in transmission of electric energy without wires. Originally published in 1904.

Publisher: Brotherhood of Life
Hardback: 162 pages

Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla

John J. O’Neill

An overview of the life of Nikola Tesla, one of the most unusual thinkers of our millennium, originally published in 1944 by a guy that Tesla himself said understood him “better than anyone else in the world.” The best thing about this book is a little surprise regarding “the love story of Tesla's life,” early on promising the skinny on “a romance the like of which is not recorded in the annals of human history,” and he's not kidding. Sure, the stories of his 1897 invention of our modern polyphase alternating-current electrical distribution system, his unsung creation of what later became broadcast radio, and his experiments with the wireless transmission of power through the air and even the Earth itself are all pretty interesting, but you'll forget all about that trivia when you get to the part where he explains his tendency to obsessively feed pigeons. “There was one pigeon,” Tesla reveals, “a beautiful bird, pure white with light gray tips on its wings; that one was different. It was a female… I loved that pigeon. Yes,” he replies to an unasked question, “yes, I loved that pigeon, I loved her as a man loves a woman, and she loved me.” Oh, the humanity! DB

Publisher: Brotherhood of Life
Paperback: 329 pages