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  • Ordines Descendens or Descending Hierarchies of Dr.John Dee

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    Published Anonymously 2007 Limited edition of 200 each copy being individually numbered.

    Edited by Peter Mills, who supplies a 19pp introduction in which he places the text into historical context and comments upon it as well as describing how he was given access to the original document some thirty years ago which he carefully transcribed. Mr. Mills estimates the document to date from the late 18th Century and he typeset the text to match the original printed document. The title page informs us that this was privately printed for a Jeremiah Hobbs for Sir Francis Dashwood and certain others, presumably the Hellfire Club. Jeremiah Hobbes gives a detailed account as to how some of Dee's papers parted company from those that found their way to the Ashmolean Museum and the British Library and how he came into possession of those manuscripts. He then capably explains how the names of Enochian Angels are derived from the Watchtowers before giving the text of Ordines Descendens. This text is the lost counterpart of the better-known Enochian material. Whereas they describe the watchtowers, names and calls of the Angelic hierarchy Ordines Descendens describes its demonic mirror. A set of infernal Watchtowers are given from which are derived the four names of Satan and the rest of the infernal hierarchy. The process used is cognate but significantly variant from that used for the Angels. As well as giving the names of these diabolical beings their powers are described with detailed information as to how they may be evoked using a magic circle and a triangle or art. The invocation is sealed using some of the thirteen Descending Clavicules which are given in Enochian with the English translations. These evoke infernal forces in a similar manner that the Enochian Keys or Calls invoke Angelic forces. This is effectively an Enochian Grimoire of Satanic beings, the counterparts of the Angelic beings.

    The question arises, is this text truly the work of John Dee transcribed and printed by Jeremiah Hobbs in the 18th Century. The text came from out of the blue, already typeset, and neither the publisher nor I have any information aside from that printed in the book. I would observe that there is a long tradition of false attribution of grimoire material. The Key of Solomon was not written by King Solomon; neither the Grimoire or Sworn Book of Pope Honorius has nothing to do with any Pope, let alone either of the two called Honorius; the Book of Secrets of Albertus Magnus was not written by Albertus Magnus and of course none of the real authors of the various Necronomicons were actually torn apart by unseen forces in an Arab marketplace! In fact there is a long tradition of texts being falsely attributed to John Dee namely The Book of Rosie Crucian Secrets which was transcribed by E.J. Langford Garstin from an old manuscript which claimed Dee as author and was published with an introduction by Ithell Colquhoun. Indeed, if the truth be known, there are question marks about the real authorship of the traditional Enochian material. Dee considered the information came from spirits, but sometimes wondered if they were truly Godly. Many think Kelly contrived the communications that suggested he and Dee swap wives and others think he contrived more than that. Others agree but speculate that, unknown to him, praeterhuman intelligences may have communicated via his contrivances. Moreover some consider Enochian a system that was only partly and imperfectly revealed to Dee and Kelly and suggest it is for others to add material. In the introduction to Ordines Descendens Mr. Mills describes how a practicing magician found the text frighteningly effective. Ultimately it will be for Enochian magicians to judge whether this text represents a useful extension to the corpus of Enochiana. Regardless of their origins texts can be useful to the magician. Everyone knows the Necronomicon is a fiction but for Kenneth Grant it is also represents a significant mindspace on the edge of human consciousness, a mindspace that can be evoked by books of the title.


  • 128
  • [ recommended ] Lou Paget - How to Giver Her Absolute Pleasure: Totally Explicit Techniques Every Woman Wants Her Man to Know

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    "Women are like golf courses," writes sex educator Lou Paget. "Even though you may have played a course a hundred times, chances are your approach shot rarely lands in the same place on the green." How to Give Her Absolute Pleasure was written for men who want to please women. Much of the book focuses on foreplay (Paget comments that we need to rename it) designed to "excite both her mind and her body." The author offers a variety of strategies for romancing and relaxing a woman and making her feel comfortable. If you don't, she claims, "nothing you can do can rev her engine". Then she describes ways of "kissing her, touching her, and teasing her." Paget includes "a topographical guide" of a woman's body, starting with the sensual areas of the head and face and moving down. She describes ways to massage, caress, lick, kiss, and otherwise excite all these regions. She also discusses lubricants ("slippery, slidy, marvelous stuff"), condoms, manual stimulation, "the art of tongue," sex toys, and a variety of positions (clearly illustrated) for everything you might do. The book is in no way formulaic--in fact, Paget continually stresses that some women love having a particular body part touched in a certain way, while others can't stand it. Whether you're a novice or consider yourself sexually sophisticated, you'll learn plenty from Paget


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  • Sepher Sephiroth

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    A dictionary of Hebrew words arranged according to numerical value. An encyclopedia of the Qabalah, a map of the universe, enabling man to attain perfect understandin





     

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  • Frabato the Magician

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    Though cast in the form of a novel, Frabato the Magician is in fact the spiritual autobiography of Franz Bardon, one of the 20th century's greatest Hermetic adepts. Frabato was the author's stage name during his career as a performing magician, and it is Frabato who occupies center stage in the novel as well. Set in Dresdent, Germany, in the early 1930s, the story chronicles Frabato's magical battles with the members of a powerful and dangerous black lodge, his escape from Germany during the final desperate days of the Weimar Republic, and the beginning of the spiritual mission which was to culminate in Franz Bardon's classic books on Hermetic magic. More than an occult novel, Frabato the Magician is itself a work of magic which illuminates Bardon's other books as well as providing a revealing look into the dark occult forces which lay behind the rise of the Third Reich.


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  • The Universal Master Key by Franz Bardon

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    The Magician's path is one of self-mastery and inner transformation. This new text by Franz Bardon not only contains the master keys to spiritual development, but also the universal keys to every element and to every positive attribute with which you can learn to control and overcome your negative attributes.

    In this text Franz Bardon lists each virtue a Hermetic adept should cultivate and the powers that each attribute opens within the practitioner. As the tentative student transforms his vices into virtues and cultivates harmony and balance throughout his entire being, he discovers that all aspects of his path are interdependent. As he masters his concentration and meditation exercises he gains greater control over himself. As he masters his short comings his ability to meditate and focus increases. As he masters the elements of Earth, Air, Water and Fire within himself his powers over the external forces increase in dramatic proportion. In truth, the master of the magical arts is he who has truly mastered himself.>rb<:revoc kcab eht morF>rb<>rb


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  • The Key to the True Quabbalah by Franz Bardon

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    In the Key to the True Kabbalah, Franz Bardon demonstrates that mysticism of letters and numbers -- the true Kabbalah -- is a universal teaching of great antiquity and depth. Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah. This book, the third in Bardon's remarkable texts of Hermetic magic, is nothing less than a practical guide to such attainment.



    Using the common German alphabet, Bardon guides the reader through ever greater levels of Kabbalistic achievement. No other available text reveals as great a depth of Kabbalistic wisdom or provides the reader with as much practical training.



    Though intended primarily as a working text for those who have completed Bardon's first and second volumes, Initiation into Hermetics and The Practice of Magical Evocation, the present work stands on its own, and even those without the requisite background in practical Hermetics will be fascinated by the author's intellectual journey through the mysticism of Tantric India, Tibet, the Hebrew Kabbalah, and the ancient sources of the Western magical tradition.


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  • Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram (LBRP)

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  • Files/General%20Occult/Keith_Morgan_-_Making_Magickal_Incenses_

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  • The Ancient Book of Formulas

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    Lewis de Claremont. The world?s only complete catalogue of occult recipes for use during ceremonial practice and in everyday life. Formulas include incenses, oils, sachet powders, perfumes and many others, as well as preparation instruction and guidance.




     

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  • Book of the Law

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  • The Astral World

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  • [ recommended ] Magick in Theory and Practice by Aleister Crowley

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    This book covers everything that a true practitioner must know when approaching magick. The first half of the book is highly informative, and helps you cover all the bases in creating the proper mood sets as well as enviroment for your work. A masterwork by one of the most profound magicians of the twentieth century has more useful information per page than other occult book on the market. There is a great deal of occult information and background on the cards that isn't to be found anywhere else. No one can say they understand the Tarot without having read this book. It's a must for anyone who wants to understand Thelema.


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  • [ recommended ] Prometheus Rising by R.A Wilson

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    This book explains human experience in terms of biological circuits and imprints. It tells you how to alter your brain in a positive fashion. He teaches you to see the world differently, though not necessarily his way. The author demonstrates how the human mind can be either used for freedom or slavery in this book. The choice is up to us. Using Leary's model of the Eight Circuit nervous system Wilson explain such things as patriotism, brainwashing, and morality. He then systematically shows you how to brainwash yourself for fun and profit. The exercises are the main benefit of the book. This is taking into account all the useful information he provides on each circuit, along with correspondences to the Tarot and James Joyce.


  • 140
  • Sexual Occultism: The Sorcery of Love in Practice and Theory by by Jonn Mumford

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    A book that reveals the once hidden and forbidden practices of sex magic.The author, an initiate in Tantra Yoga, looks at both Eastern and Western sex magic, including Tantra, Kundalini, witchcraft and other systems.Guiding the reader through a series of exercises for developing psycho-sexual power, the book shows how sex can be used to bring about psychic energy arousal, altered states of consciousness and mystical experiences.

    A thorough and well documented look at Tantra and Tantric Sex practices by a learned scholar. Frank and explicit in places and further illustrated with tasteful colour photographs.


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  • Al-Buni - Berhatiah: Ancient Magick Conjuration of Power

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    How would you like to possess King Solomonís ring, the Holy Grail, the Ark of the Covenant, or a Magic Carpet? These icons of magic and power have been at the center of many tales and legends. Possessing them may very well be impossible. Many would argue they are not real. However, there is another item of legend that rivals them, that does exist and is indeed real. In the Near East, sages, wizards, and sorcerers have passed this gem from master to disciple for at least 1,000 years. It is called the Great Covenant or the Berhatiah.

    In Berhatiah: Ancient Magick Conjuration of Power, you will learn:
    Why the greatest mages of the Near East prized it as their most precious of treasures, more than any other conjuration in history.
    How to tap into its power to harness the forces of the realms of spirits and jinn.
    How to use it to empower your magic and produce results for every purpose, from increasing your psychic power to healing.
    The names of its servitors (khodam) within the heavenly realm. Very important hidden key!
    How to unleash its potent energy through retreat and meditation.

    Plus, for the first time in known history, its twenty-eight powerful talismans have been revealed.

    The book also includes a faithful translation of Master Ahmed Al-Buniís beginnerís guide to the conjuration from the original medieval Arabic manuscript.


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  • The Stone Missal: A Grimoire on the Magick of the Gargoyles

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    This book contains hard-to-find information on gargoyle and stone guardian forms, and includes reprintings of original drawings.





     

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  • Magic of Atlantis: Real Source of The Necronomicon By Frank Ripel

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    A difficult to obtain work on dark magic. The work offers new insights into Egyptian Mythology as well as mysteries of the 12,000 year old Atlantean Magical Cult. The first part of the book consists of th fifth of the "nine unknown books'-Sauthenerom. This work should be regarded as the source of the Necronomicon.

    This book will change your understanding of magic. Its author is an Italian Magician, a direct heir to the Atlantean Tradition & at the time of writing the book he was the Head of the ORDO ROSAE MISTICAE (O.R.M.) which has roots in a current of occult wisdom nearly 4,000 years old. This title is the first part of Ripel's SABEAN trilogy that is the only complete magical manual of all times. The real source of the Necronomicon. First part of a trilogy, but the only part to be appear in English. First part presents the text of the Sauthenerom, which is supposed to be the text from which the Necronomicon arose. The second part describes the nature and teachings of Ripel's organisation the Ordo Rosae Misticae.


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  • Celestial Magic: Principles and Practises of the Talismanic Art by Nigel Jackson

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    .A concentrated handbook of Lunar and Astrological wizard lore with material on Hermetic and Stellar magick. Topics include: Sabean System of Fifteen Fixed Stars, the Erotic Philosophy of Magick, the 28 Mansions (Manazil-al-Qamar), and Hermetic Foundations and Transmissions.

    'This book is subtitled 'Principles and Practises of the Talismanic Art' which gives the reader more than a hint about what is to be found within its pages. Jackson begins with a very brief overview of the development of Lunar and Stellar Magic, condensing in a few pages the journey from Syrian, Judaic, Persian, Babylonian and Graeco-Roman esoterica through to the Middle Ages in Europe. This provides a context for the next stage of the book, which discusses the philosophy of magick, and the alchemical process developed and practised by hermetic philosophers in Renaissance Europe.

    The next section of the book is devoted to consideration of the three-fold nature of the universe, and the seven great powers expressed through the angels and their attributions. This is supported by the inclusion of Jackson's English translation of 'De Umbris Idearum' (Giordano Bruno), of the seven images of each of the seven planets.

    The next chapter describes the 28 Mansions of the Moon, and provides examples of how these may be used to construct and empower talismans. Jackson then looks briefly at the Fifteen Stars (based on specific fixed stars), before discussing the daemon (or Daimon), and its role in the creative process.

    The book concludes with some practical rituals based on concepts described in the preceding chapters, and a select bibliography that will assist the reader to delve more deeply into subjects touched upon by the author.


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  • Secret of Secrets: The Unwritten Mysteries of Esoteric Qabbalah by Michael-Albion Macdonald

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    The scope of all Qabbalah can be categorized under four headings: Practical Qabbalah, Dogmatic Qabbalah, Esoteric Qabbalah, and Magical Qabbalah. The Practical Qabbalah involves the mystical interpretation of Scripture through the means of the Sacred Letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, which of themselves comprise not only letters, but numbers also.

    The use of the letters and their numerical values are further divided into three sciences: Gematria, the Straight interpretation of a passage by its numerical value; Notariqon, or the Study of passages by: means of the initial or final letters thereof only; and Temura, or the Study of decyphering and recyphering the mystical passages through the permutation of letters by subStitution with others (often by means of complex tables or formulce) It is because of the innumerable purposes and uses to which these sciences can be put that it has been termed practical.

    The Dogmatic Qabbalah represents the bulk of the written Qabbalah. All the works - such as the Sepher Yetzirah, the Sepher Ha- Tzenioutha, and the Greater and Lesser Holy Assemblies of the Sepher Ha-Zohar fall into this category generally though most derrive conclusions through more than one means of Qabbalah. In the majority of these works the Ten Sephirot or "Numerations of Deity" are either discussed directly or intimated at through myStical wording. Of these a great deal will be said later.

    The Esoteric Qabbalah is the most highly mystical and by consequence, the least understood division of the Hebrew Tradition. It is sometimes called the 'Unwritten Tradition' or the 'Secret of Secrets' because it has been kept closely and hidden for many centuries. It is partly philosophical, and partly dogmatic, and for the most part concerns the understanding of the written word in its true and secret light. Many things once considered 'unwritten' or secret are now available to all, by virtue of books such as this which elabourate the mysteries at great length. There are so many such books available in our present Century that the term, 'unwritten' can scarce be applied to it any longer.

    The final division, or the Magical Qabbalah deals mainly with the application of the Tradition to ceremonial and talismanic Magic; the evocation of spirits, &c., for the purpose of greater understanding of the World Divine. In this heading may be placed such books as the Sepher Raziel Ha-Malachim, and its ilk and variants.

    The work of this present volume is to clearly elaborate for the reader the mysteries hidden in the Qabbalah. Although all four divisions of Qabbalah shall be dealt with at some length, it does not fall within the scope of this work to give a word for word translation of the major works of the Qabbalah seeing as there are already many excellent works of that kind-but only to rend the veil which shrouds them, that through-meditation and study, the reader may come to a fuller harmony with the Absolute.


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  • Mastering the Art of Ritual Magick: Foundation, Grimoire and the Greater Key

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    "This is a new Grimoire for a New Age for the magickal explorer willing to seek out that 'love which moves the sun and the other stars.'" This omnibus edition contains all three volumes of Frater Barrabbas's acclaimed Mastering the Art of Ritual Magick series; a comprehensive work on how to create a personal magickal system. While suitable for readers already having a few years' experience with magick, the series is also ideal for diligent practitioners of any level who seek to develop a complete, customized magickal system.

    Volume 1's 'Foundation' establishes the basic practices and sets the magician on the path to knowledge and experience. Volume 2's, 'Grimoire' is based upon a set of nine rituals used to build up a complete Wiccan or Pagan ritual magick regimen, including elemental magick within a seasonal and monthly periodic cycle, and volume 3's 'The Greater Key', presents a system of correspondences that the magician builds up with his or her own personalized symbology. Together, these volumes present a thorough and enlightening system that will enrich the magickal lives of any dedicated practitioner.


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  • [ recommended ] Yoga For Men Only

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    Yoga For Men Only by Frank R. Young, D.C. is without question the very best book on yoga ever written. That's a very strong statement but it's true. The reasons are actually quite simple - he has a narrow yet powerful focus.

    The first thing that Dr. Young does is make seemingly outlandish claims of what the practice of yoga can do for a man - that it can give a man vigorous life at any age. He discusses yoga secrets for self-mastery, self-protection, greater personal energy, powerful muscles, sex power, leadership, and youth. He combines yoga lore with chiropractic and what seems to be his own thoroughly unique, utterly efficient and surprisingly effective singular idea of bodybuilding that he calls yogametrics. I have read this book at least one hundred times since I purchased a first edition in 1969 and have practiced this brand of yoga ever since almost exclusively. It sings!

    Virtually everything I've tried from this book does indeed work. I've used it for over thirty years. I have even used his self-defense techniques to a great advantage - mainly because it was easy.

    I have read books on Kundalini or Raj, and Hatha yoga by many authors. These books usually diagram an asana - a yoga movement or position - along with a short explanation. These books expound the positive aspects of widening the openings of the body and stretching the muscles as a whole. Rarely will they speak of anything but stretching. I'm sorry but stretching will not work a muscle.

    To work a muscle a person must contract that muscle. Stretching is good for warming up and widening some of the openings in the body is a paramount issue, but not for serious muscle health. Once in a while these authors will get into meditation, mysticism, or a little bit of anatomy.

    Yoga For Men Only is the only book I know that even gives a definition of yoga! These yoga asanas help the mind tell the body what to do. Yoga means union. The union of the mind and body is the core of yoga. This book tells how to overcome hypertension, high blood pressure, and even wrinkles. Two years ago I got arrested because a Redwood City policewoman refused to believe that I was as old as my driver license stated - with yoga I erased my wrinkles. That is a true story.

    Other books merely touch on how yoga differs from isotonics, isometrics and calisthenics. This book wades into it. Dr. Young - that's his real name - has invented yogametrics. He uses yogametrics not only for muscle building but also for controlling the blood supply to the mysterious youth-giving (or with misuse, taking) endocrine gland system. Dr. Young treats the endocrine glands in a scientific yet ancient manner - from a health perspective.

    This book gives the most dynamic method for deep breathing ever devised by man. This doesn't get into the Kundalini breathing techniques or the variation that Edgar Cayce taught which opens the sevens seals, but it is practical and should be a must for any serious body builder. I used it to increase the girth of my chest by over three inches without gaining a pound in just six months with only half an hour a day.

    Yoga For Men Only is not just for men. I believe that the title is more for catching the prospective buyer's eye - it worked for me. This book spends no time on mysticism, or meditation. For those items read books on Edgar Cayce. They are the best. Cayce's books treat the endocrine glands not only from a health perspective but also from a mystical viewpoint. Dr. Young does not treat the endocrine glands as chakras like Cayce or the yoga mystics of old, but from a very practical viewpoint instead. The asanas that Dr. Young describes with respect to the endocrine glands have interesting details. They show the muscle combines which in turn stimulate the specific nerve ganglia that control the blood supply to a specific endocrine gland. It is awesome. I myself have invented a handful of asanas using his ideas. It is a shame that this book is out of print. It is magnificent.


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