The Witches’ Hexagram
A Wiccan View of the Cabbala
By Robert Hardy
Cover and book design by Agnieszka Hulewicz
Following on from my book The Witches’ Pyramid, The Witches’ Hexagram is the second book in the series. It explores the middle of the Cabalistic Tree of Life. Working through the first book should arm you with the necessary knowledge to start working through The Witches’ Hexagram.
The Witches’ Hexagram covers the centre of the Tree of Life which reveals the character of the three Sephiroth, Geburah, Chesed, and Tiphareth, and the eight central paths linking them with each other and with the lower Sephiroth. Over the course of this book you will become familiar with them and all the treasures they hold.
The central hexagram also covers the seven classical planets. Since the hexagram has six points, the seventh planet, the Sun, sits in the centre of it, and is assigned to the Sephira Tiphareth. The remaining orbiting six planets help model the flavour of the Sephiroth in which they reside. Like The Witches’ Pyramid, The Witches’ Hexagram is self-contained. In this book you will work mainly within its boundaries, and hope-fully you won’t wander outside its remit.”
This is a great practical guide to a Wiccan approach to the Cabalistic Tree of Life. The author has spent decades exploring and developing his understanding of this topic and it shows. The subject matter is handled with great insight and presented with clarity, which provides the reader with a workable set of practices designed to explore the Cabala in a uniquely Wiccan way.
Julia Phillips Author of Madeline Montalban: the Magus of St Giles and Witches of Oz
This is a wonderful introduction to the central portion of the Tree of Life: humane, good-humoured, shrewd, colourful, and with a profound love of life itself.