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  • Simon Says -The Exorcism Barra Edinnazu

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  • 233
  • The Necronomicon - (Wilson-Hay-Turner-Langford Version)

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  • 234
  • The R'lyeh Text - (Wilson-Hay-Turner)

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    Hidden Leaves From The Necronomico






     

  • 235
  • The Necronomicon as translated by John Dee

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    Book of Dead Names of Abdul Alhazred as made plain from the Arab by Dr. John Dee





     

  • 236
  • Simon Says - The Necronomicon Lecture at Magick Childe Shop

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  • 237
  • Hidden Keys of The Necr0nomicon

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    The second of two contributions to the Necronomicon Mythos - a very short book consisting only of various seals and sigils to be used with the incantations found in the Simon Necronomicon. While those who study the Necronomicon mythos will undoubtedly find this valuable, for its rarity alone if nothing else, I personally deem it one of many such titles put together in an hour or less and threw in their catalog to make a few extra bucks when times were tough. Nevertheless, it is what it is and I'm sure some will find it useful.


  • 238
  • Asenath Mason - Necronomicon Gnosis

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    Gnosis means "knowing". The knowledge about the Necronomicon is not based on any historical or mythological tradition but on dreams, visions, vague impressions, and subtle transmissions from the Beyond, which reach sensitive individuals and those who seek to receive them.

    The authenticity of Necronomicon as a concrete book has never been proved and its worth as a magical system was often questioned. However, if we consider it as a collection of knowledge about the forces from outside the world of creation, dimensions in-between the planes known to humans, the practical work with them acquires a new sense.

    This book is based on a very wide literary tradition of the Cthulhu Mythos and diverse aspects of the Lovecraftian magic. The author, who has explored the Necronomicon magic for many years, introduces the reader into this dark and mysterious world: the realm of the Great Old Ones where the forgotten gods lie dead but dreaming and await their return.

    The book presents basic magical concepts and techniques of their practical use in the context of the Necronomicon gnosis: pacts and ceremonies, astral journeys, dream magic, scrying and traveling through gateways to interstellar dimensions, evocations, invocations, sex magic, shapeshifting, necromancy, etc.

    These techniques allow for a shift of consciousness in which we are able to experience the nature of the Lovecraftian gods which is normally completely alien to our perception. These forces represent human potentiality – what we may become if we manage to transgress beyond the world of creation which is the prison of our minds.

    Then we will be able to become like the Great Old Ones – entities of unlimited potential, ever-changing and mutable, creatures of an infinite nature – with possibilities as vast as the eternal Chaos itself.”


  • 239
  • James Campbell - The Necronomicon

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    This Necronomicon is 583 pages in length and has everything in it.






     

  • 240
  • Donald Tyson - Grimoire of the Necronomicon

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    Grimoire of the Necronomicon features ritual forms and invocations for the daily and yearly rites of the Old Ones, individual rituals devoted to each of the seven major figures of the mythos, and most importantly, a grand ritual for personal attainment. The daily rituals provide an excellent system of esoteric training for individual practitioners. This grimoire also provides structure for an esoteric society


     

  • 241
  • Necronomicon: The Wanderings of Alhazred by Donald Tyson

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    This grimoire traces the wanderings of Abdul Alhazred, a necromancer of Yemen, on his search for arcane wisdom and magic. Alhazred's magical adventures lead him to the Arabian desert, the lost city of Irem, ruins of Babylon, lands of the Old Ones, and Damascus, where he encounters a variety of strange creatures and accrues necromantic secrets.



    Anyone familiar with H. P. Lovecraft's work knows of the Necronomicon, the black magic grimoire he invented as a literary prop in his classic horror stories. There have been several attempts at creating this text, yet none stand up to Lovecraft's own descriptions of the Necronomicon . . . until now. Fans of Lovecraftian magic and occult fiction will delight in Donald Tyson's Necronomicon, based purely within Lovecraft's own fictional universe, the Cthulhu Mythos.


  • 242
  • A Note on a Hematite Falcon of Horus

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  • 243
  • Serge Kahili King - Urban Shaman: A Handbook for Personal and Planetary Transformation Based on the Hawaiian Way of the Adventurer

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    A handbook for personal and planetary transformation. Includes a history of Hawaiian shamanism, a detailed discussion of the seven principles of Huna, and an abundance of shamanic healing techniques for use in the urban environment. You will learn how to

    * interpret and change your dreams

    * heal yourself, your relationships, and the environment

    * cast the shaman stones to know the unknown

    * design and perform powerful rituals

    * shapechange for healing and adventure

    * make vision quests to other realities without leaving town


  • 244
  • King Serge Kahili - Mastering Your Hidden Self: A Guide to the Huna Way

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    Huna philosophy is about learning to become a conscious cocreator with the Universe. Hawaiian shaman King uses Kahuna healing methods to help us access the hidden energy of life, develop powers of concentration, and make friends with the deepest aspect of our being.



    Learn how your Higher Self, or aumakua, is contacted in the dream dimension

    Get in touch with the Mana, the hidden energy of life

    Develop higher powers of concentration by utilizing the tikis, created images of sight, sound, and feeling in meditation

    Become aware of your subconscious, an integral part of your being, which impatiently awaits communion with the ego


  • 245
  • Serge Kahili King - Hawaiian Shaman Training Workshop

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    The first comprehensive training session on CDs available to the serious student of Hawaiian shamanism. Recorded live. Bring the Huna wisdom to your home. Learn about the three selves, the four levels of the Hawaiian shamanic system, and techniques as only Serge King can present them. Learn ancient breathing exercises, telepathic techniques, dream interpretation, creative imagination, journeying, working with power animals, and more.


     

  • 246
  • Clark Wilkerson - Hawaiian Magic

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    According to a Huna site online "Author of Hawaiian Magic, highly recommended book. (It is strong in areas of removing fixations and mental complexes. Not pure huna, also includes laws of the universe, and channeled information.) His other books, from which Hawaiian Magic draw mightily, were Know Thyself Subconsciously, Celestial Wisdom, Cosmic Wisdom Attunement, Private Consultations of a Kahuna. He also authored Wisdom from Venus...." Includes chapters on: mental power - astral and etheric contact - mental fixations - harmony within - ego body - removing mental complexes - casting out demons - universal planetary contact - self-realization of god within - your higher self - contact with the impersonals - curses removed - treasures beyond description - 33 cosmic laws - ghosts among us - humanoids - then there were none - there was light


  • 247
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 2

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    Harry Middleton Hyatt was a minister who collected folklore and spells throughout the American South from the 1950s through the 1970s. His wife, Alma, typed up all Harry’s notes and they were assembled into the five volume set called Hoodoo, Conjuration, Witchcraft and Rootwork.  These volumes are much more than a collection of spells and hoodoo tales.  They are a remarkable snap shot of African American culture, captured by a an unassuming minister who greatly loved the folks he spoke to and who was willing to travel, at his own expense, to speak with them about their lives, their stories and their histories.

    "Hoodoo - Conjuration - Witchcraft - Rootwork" (HCWR) is a 5-volume, 4766-page collection of folkloric material gathered by Hyatt in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia between 1936 and 1940. Supplementary interviews were conducted in Florida in 1970.

    The "Hoodoo" collection consists of 13,458 separate magic spells and folkloric beliefs, plus lengthy interviews with professional root doctors, conjures, and hoodoos. All but one of Hyatt's 1600 informants were African-Americans, but several narrations by European-Americans (collected for his earlier book, "Folklore From Adams County, Illinois") were also included

    The collection of volumes were produced in five different print runs.  The earliest book was the titled Folklore from Adams County, IL (FACI) and it featured many snippets of stories, spells and magical incantations from all kinds of people. Hyatt was exploring his hobby and talked to African Americans as well as Europeans. Hyatt appeared to be cataloging stories from everyone he could locate within a specific area. There are two volumes in this little collection - if you can call over 10,000 entries little! The first edition was printed in 1935, followed by a second edition in 1965. Both of these copies are rarely offered on the public market today and are virtually nonexistent outside of a library or private collection.


  • 248
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 3

    Downloaded: 1 times | Size: 966 pages | Add to wishlist | Download for @300 credits

    Harry Middleton Hyatt was a minister who collected folklore and spells throughout the American South from the 1950s through the 1970s. His wife, Alma, typed up all Harry’s notes and they were assembled into the five volume set called Hoodoo, Conjuration, Witchcraft and Rootwork.  These volumes are much more than a collection of spells and hoodoo tales.  They are a remarkable snap shot of African American culture, captured by a an unassuming minister who greatly loved the folks he spoke to and who was willing to travel, at his own expense, to speak with them about their lives, their stories and their histories.

    "Hoodoo - Conjuration - Witchcraft - Rootwork" (HCWR) is a 5-volume, 4766-page collection of folkloric material gathered by Hyatt in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia between 1936 and 1940. Supplementary interviews were conducted in Florida in 1970.

    The "Hoodoo" collection consists of 13,458 separate magic spells and folkloric beliefs, plus lengthy interviews with professional root doctors, conjures, and hoodoos. All but one of Hyatt's 1600 informants were African-Americans, but several narrations by European-Americans (collected for his earlier book, "Folklore From Adams County, Illinois") were also included

    The collection of volumes were produced in five different print runs.  The earliest book was the titled Folklore from Adams County, IL (FACI) and it featured many snippets of stories, spells and magical incantations from all kinds of people. Hyatt was exploring his hobby and talked to African Americans as well as Europeans. Hyatt appeared to be cataloging stories from everyone he could locate within a specific area. There are two volumes in this little collection - if you can call over 10,000 entries little! The first edition was printed in 1935, followed by a second edition in 1965. Both of these copies are rarely offered on the public market today and are virtually nonexistent outside of a library or private collection.


  • 249
  • Dragon Tradition Wicca

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    Simon Craft






     

  • 250
  • Tactical Magic by Seth

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    The purpose of this book is to provide you with magical tech and survival skills. Techniques, technologies, and skills that will give you an edge in living with magick in the harsh and beautiful realm that is reality. Their purpose is to illustrate the use of magick to resolve situations effectively, which is the result of the incorporation of magick, requisite skills, and their usage into one's daily life. The goal is to promote understanding of the role of magick as both a tool and as a method of spiritual enrichment, though the material presented within is a magical system primarily concerned with results and situation resolution. A system that incorporates anything and everything depending upon personal relevance and usefulness. Tactical Magick is a book that presents a way of taking magick out of the inner sanctum and onto the streets of the real world. This is results magick right to the core.


  • 251
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 5

    Downloaded: 1 times | Size: 1000 pages | Add to wishlist | Download for @500 credits

    Harry Middleton Hyatt was a minister who collected folklore and spells throughout the American South from the 1950s through the 1970s. His wife, Alma, typed up all Harry?s notes and they were assembled into the five volume set called Hoodoo, Conjuration, Witchcraft and Rootwork. These volumes are much more than a collection of spells and hoodoo tales. They are a remarkable snap shot of African American culture, captured by a an unassuming minister who greatly loved the folks he spoke to and who was willing to travel, at his own expense, to speak with them about their lives, their stories and their histories.

    "Hoodoo - Conjuration - Witchcraft - Rootwork" (HCWR) is a 5-volume, 4766-page collection of folkloric material gathered by Hyatt in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia between 1936 and 1940. Supplementary interviews were conducted in Florida in 1970.

    The "Hoodoo" collection consists of 13,458 separate magic spells and folkloric beliefs, plus lengthy interviews with professional root doctors, conjures, and hoodoos. All but one of Hyatt's 1600 informants were African-Americans, but several narrations by European-Americans (collected for his earlier book, "Folklore From Adams County, Illinois") were also included

    The collection of volumes were produced in five different print runs. The earliest book was the titled Folklore from Adams County, IL (FACI) and it featured many snippets of stories, spells and magical incantations from all kinds of people. Hyatt was exploring his hobby and talked to African Americans as well as Europeans. Hyatt appeared to be cataloging stories from everyone he could locate within a specific area. Over 10,000 entries! These are rarely offered on the public market today and are virtually nonexistent outside of a library or private collection. Single hardcopy volumes regularly sell for over $200 - and sometimes for $400 or more!


  • 252
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 4

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    Harry Middleton Hyatt was a minister who collected folklore and spells throughout the American South from the 1950s through the 1970s. His wife, Alma, typed up all Harry’s notes and they were assembled into the five volume set called Hoodoo, Conjuration, Witchcraft and Rootwork.  These volumes are much more than a collection of spells and hoodoo tales.  They are a remarkable snap shot of African American culture, captured by a an unassuming minister who greatly loved the folks he spoke to and who was willing to travel, at his own expense, to speak with them about their lives, their stories and their histories.

    "Hoodoo - Conjuration - Witchcraft - Rootwork" (HCWR) is a 5-volume, 4766-page collection of folkloric material gathered by Hyatt in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia between 1936 and 1940. Supplementary interviews were conducted in Florida in 1970.

    The "Hoodoo" collection consists of 13,458 separate magic spells and folkloric beliefs, plus lengthy interviews with professional root doctors, conjures, and hoodoos. All but one of Hyatt's 1600 informants were African-Americans, but several narrations by European-Americans (collected for his earlier book, "Folklore From Adams County, Illinois") were also included

    The collection of volumes were produced in five different print runs.  The earliest book was the titled Folklore from Adams County, IL (FACI) and it featured many snippets of stories, spells and magical incantations from all kinds of people. Hyatt was exploring his hobby and talked to African Americans as well as Europeans. Hyatt appeared to be cataloging stories from everyone he could locate within a specific area. There are two volumes in this little collection - if you can call over 10,000 entries little! The first edition was printed in 1935, followed by a second edition in 1965. Both of these copies are rarely offered on the public market today and are virtually nonexistent outside of a library or private collection.


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