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Zoom in to see updated info. Updating Map TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. Taxes, fees not included for deals content. About Us Help Centre. South Africa. The service is exellent Visited Oriental Magic Restaurant with friends last November. Really lovely meal and very warm welcome - we would recommend this lovely restaurant and will try to go back again. Very nice food and nice location ambaince woooow one of my favorite dishes is chicken cordon blue it's very tatsy and well represented amazing and another favorite dish is an Arabic dish mandi chicken or meat very delightful.
Must visit and try Oriental Magic Restaurant, food and services is very excellent and you will love the ambience of the place so cosy and relaxing. It's the first time that we tray kebab stuffed with cheese its new and rely yammmmy and lamb biriane is the best. Its amazing restaurant and you will discover the realty of oriental magic taste I love it. Its the first syrian restaurant in jalan semantan. Also they have tasty syrian grilled and try the grilled chicken its amazing and also the Arabic shawerma and Flights Holiday Rentals Restaurants Things to do.
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View all details meals, features, about. Location and contact. Is this an Indian restaurant? Yes No Unsure. Is this restaurant good for brunch? Is this an Asian restaurant? Is this a Chinese restaurant? Is this a Thai restaurant? Is this a Turkish restaurant? Does this restaurant offer outdoor seating? Is this a Malaysian restaurant? Is this a Pakistani restaurant? Is this a Vietnamese restaurant? What more could you want? This early Idries Shah book seems like an experiment, yet it is also full of information and knowledge about magic from the Ancient Egyptians to China.
One clear lesson built into its text: magic is not for everyone, maybe not even many magicians.
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Feb 28, Ita rated it really liked it. Jun 25, David rated it it was amazing. Despite the apparent differences between peoples the world over in terms of levels of 'sophistication' and other cultural indices, the NY or London banker and the Amazonian pygmy are in most respects pretty much identical, as we all share a common collective unconscious and this is the subterranean stream - repressed in the West good title for a book lol but on the surface in 'primitive' and fairly recent Western societies - that magic taps into.
Idries Shah was the doyen of the subject, a resp Despite the apparent differences between peoples the world over in terms of levels of 'sophistication' and other cultural indices, the NY or London banker and the Amazonian pygmy are in most respects pretty much identical, as we all share a common collective unconscious and this is the subterranean stream - repressed in the West good title for a book lol but on the surface in 'primitive' and fairly recent Western societies - that magic taps into.
Idries Shah was the doyen of the subject, a respected and pioneering anthropologist, and this is a good introduction. Magic is just like drilling to a common bedrock of oil, an oily continent vaster than we can possibly imagine, a shared humanity. Which of course is why Western and Eastern magic and mythology intersect at so many points, and share many things with the ancients' belief systems, and why Schopenhauer's philosophy pushed the bouundaries so far that he merged it in with Eastern, especially Hindu, thought and created a synthesis.
Mar 22, Ronald Tailor rated it it was amazing. Feb 24, WJ rated it it was amazing. One aspect of this book could well be summed up by the photograph at the very front. It depicts a house decoration in Northern Sudan where the star and crescent motif, - being both Islamic and Byzantine,- is supported by ancient Egyptian and African magical designs. This idea of the amalgamation and persistence of belief and ritual is an interesting one and reminds me of two excellent monographs, Nos.
They can still be downloaded for free. Sep 27, Mikel C. I think I was looking for more of a history book about the evolution of Asian religion and thought, focusing on some of the darker or more 'pagan' Asian religions. This book touched on some of that, but did not go too in depth. Chris rated it it was amazing Jul 21, NeguraBunget rated it liked it Jan 10, Susan rated it really liked it Feb 16, GaryandRuth rated it it was amazing Apr 16, Carlos rated it really liked it Dec 12, Ross rated it really liked it Jul 17, Jasmine rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Julius Lagman rated it it was amazing Nov 08, Jesse rated it really liked it Nov 23, Ivan Tyrrell rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Rebecca Levett rated it it was amazing Feb 03, Sem rated it it was ok Nov 07, Jacob rated it it was amazing Feb 27, Ramsay Wood rated it it was amazing Mar 09, Jason Kyle rated it it was amazing Jun 02, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Idries Shah. Born in India, the descendant of a family of Afghan nobles, Shah grew up mainly in England. His early writings centred on magic and witchcraft. In he established a publishing house, Octagon Press, producing translations of Sufi classics as well as titles of his own.
His most seminal work was The Sufis, which appeared in and was well received internationally. In , Shah founded the Institute for Cultural Research, a London-based educational charity devoted to the study of human behaviour and culture. In his writings, Shah presented Sufism as a universal form of wisdom that predated Islam.