Author Scott Michael Stenwick presents this material in a coherent manner suitable for both modern magicians and traditional grimoire practitioners, with an eye towards producing measurable, practical results.
Author: Scott Stenwick
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Dr. John Dee, England's most famous Renaissance magus, spent seven years working with scryer Edward Kelley in the late sixteenth century. Together the two men established contact with various angels who endeavored to teach them a new spiritual system described as the true art of magick. Dee's diaries chronicling these communications formed the basis of the Enochian magical system, which has profoundly influenced the development of ritual magick for centuries and is reputed by many to be especially effective. The Heptarchia Mystica is the only part of the Enochian system that Dee ever managed to assemble into a usable grimoire, but paradoxically it also seems to be the most overlooked portion of his work. Author Scott Michael Stenwick presents this material in a coherent manner suitable for both modern magicians and traditional grimoire practitioners, with an eye towards producing measurable, practical results. The powers of the Heptarchial Kings and Princes are extensive, and yet conjuring and conversing with them is a relatively simple process. Unlock the secrets of this remarkable grimoire, and employ them to transform your life.
... which places the system in its proper historical context and at the same time
demonstrates how it is currently implemented by the various magical traditions.”
—Scott Stenwick, author of Arcana and Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy “
Author: Frater Barrabbas
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Discover the history and theory of Qabalah as well as its practical ritual uses. Explore the five basic but essential parts of Qabalah: the ten Sephiroth, the twenty-two paths, the Four Worlds, the Three Negative Veils, and the Tree of Life. The Qabalah is the symbolic key to the Western Mystery tradition. Gain invaluable insights into all occult systems including high magic, Tarot, astrology, alchemy, hermetics, and more. In Magical Qabalah for Beginners, Frater Barrabbas shows ritual magicians, Pagans, and occult students how to incorporate the Qabalah into practice, using tables of correspondences, numerology, acronyms and formulae, sigils and ciphers, contemplation, and the theurgy of ascension. Now is the time to penetrate the mystical properties of Qabalah and make them work in your life. “Frater Barrabbas has crafted a comprehensive overview of the Qabalah that is clear and accessible.”—Chic and Tabatha Cicero, Chief Adepts of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and authors of The Essential Golden Dawn “Those starting out on the path of learning magical Qabalah would do well to explore this book.”—Scott Stenwick, author of Arcana “Magical Qabalah for Beginners is the introductory book that I wish we’d had back when I was first being trained in the Craft.”—Veronica Cummer, author of Sorgitzak: Old Forest Craft
being a Raised Master in the Masonic Fraternity as well as a Master Magician in
Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), one of the ... —Scott Michael Stenwick, author of
Arcana and ArcanaArcana Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy “Jaime Paul Lamb ...
Author: Jaime Lamb
In MYTH, MAGICK & MASONRY, Jaime Paul Lamb develops four thought-provoking interpretations of the symbolism and allegorical content of Freemasonry and some of its appendant bodies. By viewing the craft through the interpretive lenses of ceremonial magick, solar and astrological lore and symbolism, classical mythology and the Roman Mystery cult, Mithraism, Lamb establishes four distinct vantage points from which to survey Freemasonry. Thereby, Jaime Paul Lamb enables Masons, new and old, to develop a more nuanced appreciation of the Craft and a deeper understanding of the Fraternity's priceless initiatory heritage.
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from his \\ THE LANDING-PLACE AT BOUNTY BAY ... simply meant a peasant or
a town existing at the time of the Heptarchy. ... influences and and varied a
perspective, in which the deep glooms of over. mastering solicitude contrast with