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Please see below for some recent media coverage of Revolutionaries of the Soul: Reflections on Magicians, Philosophers, and Occultists by Gary Lachman:

  • In this Patheos interview, Gary speaks about his books on Aleister Crowley and Madame Blavatsky before mentioning Revolutionaries of the Soul, which contains mini biographies of both these fascinating luminaries, among others.
  • Read an excerpt on P.D. Ouspensky as featured on Reality Sandwich.
  • Read an excerpt on Julius Evola on Gary’s website, Daily Grail.
  • A review by Rene Wadlow, a member of the Fellowship of Reconciliation and of its Task Force on the Middle East and president and U.N. representative (Geneva) of the Association of World Citizens, can be read on the Transcend Media Service website.



Revolutionaries of the Soul: Reflections on Magicians, Philosophers, and Occultists by Gary LachmanRevolutionaries of the Soul is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound and other friendly retailers.


For more information about the author, visit



Sufism and the Way of Blame: Hidden Sources of a Sacred Psychology, by Yannis Toussulis, Ph.D., has been recommended by New Consciousness Review!

“Yannis Toussulis may be the first to explore the relation between this controversial movement and the larger tradition of Sufism, as well as between Sufism and Islam generally, throughout history to the present. Both a Western professor of the psychology of religion and a Sufi practitioner, Toussulis has studied malamatiyya for over a decade. Explaining Sufism as a lifelong practice to become a ‘perfect mirror in which God contemplates Himself,’ he draws on and critiques contemporary interpretations by G. I Gurdjieff, J. G. Bennett, and Idries Shah, as well as on Frithjof Schuon, Martin Lings, and Seyyed Hossein Nasr.”

Click here to read the full review.

Buy Sufism and the Way of Blame on Amazon today, and visit Dr. Toussulis’ website for more information about the author and his newest book.

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This review was originally published on May 7, 2011.

Webhost of and well-known spirituality blogger Katinka Hesselink give’s Sy Ginsburg’s ‘The Masters Speak’ a 5-star review!

Sometimes a book comes just at the right time – and for me this is one  such book for me. It blows me away on so many levels…Theosophists and followers of Gurdjieff will find …in this book not just  inspiration for their own spiritual path, but also inspiring  perspectives on their chosen spiritual lineage. —Katinka Hesselink

Read the full review: Here!

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