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  Correspondences Online Journal for the  Academic Study of Western Esotericism  Editors   Jimmy Elwing and Aren Roukema 5 (2017)  © Contributing authors 2017 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons  Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, All articles are available at http://www.correspondencesjournal.comEditorial contacts: Jimmy Elwing: Aren Roukema: Associate Editor Allan Johnson: allan.johnson@correspondencesjournal.comBook Review EditorEgil Asprem: ISSN 2053-7158 (Online)Editorial board: Franscesco Baroni (Université de Lausanne), Henrik Bogdan (University of Gothenburg), Juan Pablo Bubello (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Dylan Burns (Universität Leipzig), Peter Forshaw (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Christian Giudice, Kennet Granholm (Stockholm, Sweden), Amy Hale (Helix Education), Boaz Huss (Ben-Gurion University of Negev), Birgit Menzel (Universität Mainz).  Contents Editorial: Celebrating Our Wood Anniversary 1 Research Articles    WOUTER J. HANEGRAAFF .  The Theosophical Imagination 3  JAMES F. LAWRENCE .   Correspondentia:  A Neologism by Aquinas Attains its Zenith in Swedenborg 41  JULIE CHAJES . Reincarnation in H. P. Blavatsky’s The Secret Doctrine    65 Review Articles ETHAN DOYLE WHITE.   A Review of Recent Publications in the Study of Satanism   95 Book Reviews  Andrew Colin Gow, Robert B. Desjardins, and François V. Pageau. 113  The Arras Witch Treatises   Reviewed by FRANTIŠEK NOVOTNÝ  . Lonny Harrison.  Archetypes from Underground. Notes on the 117  Dostoevskian Self   Reviewed by STANISLAV PANIN .   Paul Youngquist.  A Pure Solar World: Sun Ra and the Birth 121  of Afrofuturism   Reviewed by  JUSTINE M. BAKKER  . Henrik Bogdan and James R. Lewis.   Sexuality and New Religious Movements   127Reviewed by  JAY JOHNSTON . Eric Kurlander. Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich   130 Reviewed by  JULIAN STRUBE .    Editorial: Celebrating Our Wood Anniversary Correspondences   5 (2017) 1–2ISSN: 2053-7158 (Online) Five years ago, we published the inaugural issue of Correspondences  , which makes this volume a celebration – our Wood anniversary. What a journey it has been. For those of you who are late to the party, let us recapitulate what we’ve been doing these past years .  As described in our rst editorial, 1  the idea behind the journal came in 2012 when we were both working with a student journal at the University of Amsterdam. We saw space and need for a web-based, globally accessible, open access journal devoted to the academic study of Western esotericism, and formed Correspondences   to ll that gap. After much hard work and many mistakes, we proudly presented the rst issue during the summer of 2013. Since then we’ve made many additions and adaptations: We welcomed Dr. Egil Asprem, already an active member of our Editorial Board, as our Reviews Editor; changed our publication model to allow advance versions that give researchers the opportunity to present new work much more quickly than non-web-based publication models; and added another member to the Correspondences   family in Dr. Allan Johnson, who has been working diligently to improve the journal’s digital infrastructure. With Allan at the helm, we switched the journal’s management and publishing software to Open Journal Systems (OJS). Allan is also the hidden hand behind our Facebook and Twitter feeds (see and ).  And so came 2017. In this year’s volume we’re happy to bring you three excellent research articles: Wouter J. Hanegraaff provides an examination 1 Jimmy Elwing and Aren Roukema, “Editorial,” Correspondences 1, no. 1 (2013): 1–4.  Jimmy Elwing and Aren Roukema © 2017 Jimmy Elwing and Aren Roukema This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
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