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  • Pearson - Treading the Mill: Practical Craft Working in Modern Traditional Witchcraft

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    Starting with explanations and definitions the book goes on to contain: Crafting the Compass - Introduction, Crafting the Compass, Tools, Calling the Directions, Content of the Rite, Closing Statement & Thanks, Honouring the Directions, Opening/Dismissing the Compass, Place of Working, Examples; WandCrafting - What is a Wand? Traditional Tree Lore, Dryads, Types of Wood, Tree Properties & Attributes, Cutting wood for magical purposes, Creating your Wand, A Hallowing Rite; Raising the Cup - Introduction, The Cup, Raising the Cup, Wines, The Recipes, Other Brews; and, Entering the Twilyte - In preparation, but will include techniques of focus, concentration, visualisation, raising energy, trance-work and projection.It also covers: SpellCrafting - What is a Spell? Charms & Chants, Herbal Magic & Wortcunning, Simples Potions Oils & Lotions, Elemental & Nature Magic, On collecting plant materials for magical use; Spirit Working - Introduction, Spirits of the Natural World, Spirits of Home & Hearth, Concerning Familiars, The Fetch Body, The Ancestors & The Mighty Dead, The Elvenkind or Faerie-folk; and, Approaching the Powers - Introduction, The God (King of the Woodland, Lord of the Mound, Master of Light), The Goddess (Bright Queen, Dark Queen).


  • 254
  • Conaissance de soi

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    (French) The knowledge of thyself - This set of aphorisms by Shankaracharya is amazing and full of flavor to those who are fond of eastern philosophies.





     

  • 255
  • The Vampire Codex: A Manual of Magick and Energy Work by Michelle Belanger

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    In The Psychic Vampire Codex, Michelle Belanger, author and psychic vampire, introduces readers to the fascinating system of energy work used by vampires themselves and provides the actual codex text widely used by the vampire community for instruction in feeding and other techniques. Belanger also examines the ethics of vampirism and offers readers methods of protection from vampires. The Psychic Vampire Codex explodes all preconceptions and myths about who and what psychic vampires really are and reveals a vital and profound spiritual tradition based on balance, rebirth, and an integral relationship with the spirit world.


  • 256
  • [ recommended ] Frater U.D. - High Magick In Theory and Practice Vol II: Expanded Theory and Practice

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    Europe’s best-known mage and contemporary occult author, Frater U∴D∴, shares his extensive magical expertise in the companion volume to his highly acclaimed High Magic. Previously unavailable in English, High Magic II has been eagerly awaited by ceremonial magicians, mages, and Hermetic practitioners.
    This comprehensive guide explores a variety of magical topics—mirror magic, sigil magic, shamanism, magical orders, mudras, folk magic, and divination—in a modern, non-dogmatic way. The integrated, progressive approach of this book on high magic is designed to help the reader develop a holistic understanding of the underlying magical theories and a true mastery of the magical techniques. Themes in the text recur, focusing on different aspects of core topics but taking the reader further along each time, using the format proven effective in High Magic.
    High Magic II also delves into magic and yoga, magic in the Bible, the Kabbalah, forms of initiation, and the magic of ancient Egypt and the late Hellenistic period. Many provocative practices are addressed, including demonic magic and combat magic. Some of the techniques have never before appeared in an English-language book.


  • 257
  • [ 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.


  • 258
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 3

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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.


  • 259
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 5

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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. 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!


  • 260
  • [ 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.


  • 261
  • [ recommended ] De Nigromancia by Roger Bacon

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    De Nigromancia, or, Concerning the Black Art, is a Latin manuscript attributed to Roger Bacon, first appearing some time in the 16th century. The text is concerned with Goetic summonings, especially of wraiths. Goetia is the common name for that branch of Ceremonial Magic that deals with the conjuration of infernal spirits or demons. Rare manuscript.



     

  • 262
  • [ recommended ] Frater Barrabbas - Mastering the Art Of Ritual Magick - Complete Volume: 1-3

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    Mastering the Art of Ritual Magic series: a new paradigm for the practice of magick.

    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 Barrabbass 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.


  • 263
  • [ recommended ] The Vengeful Djinn: Unveiling the Hidden Agenda of Genies by Guiley & Imbrogno

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    If you fear one thing in life, fear the djinn. This groundbreaking book presents the findings of Rosemary Ellen Guiley and Philip J. Imbrognos investigation into the powerful and mysterious interdimensional beings known as djinn or genies. It reveals what the djinn are, where they can be foundand their hidden agenda against the human race.

    Working with material compiled from a variety of sourcesincluding their own case files, Middle Eastern lore, the Quran, teachings of Islamic scholars, and the latest theories in quantum physicsthe authors explore the relationship between the djinn, demons, fairies, shadow people, and extraterrestrials. They discuss the militarys interest in these clandestine beings, offer eyewitness accounts of modern human encounters with the djinn, and reveal the location of interdimensional entry points in North America.


  • 264
  • The Secret Rituals of the OTO

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    Francis King's (1973) infamous, much sought-after and obscenely priced compilation of Crowley OTO rituals and Sex Magick Instructions. This is the corrected and revised edition issued by 'Black Flag & Naughty Nun New Media', in 2006.




     

  • 265
  • [ recommended ] Dictionary of Demons by Fred Gettings

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    A guide to demons and demonologists in occult lore.

    This book is a magnificent resource book and is more an encyclopedia than a dictionary. Fred Gettings supplies a fantastic introduction that includes information on the content of the book, info. on some influential figures in middle aged to modern occultism, some basic occult principles and history. The dictionary itself includes not only a huge amount of angels, demons and other spiritual creatures/entities but lists other names they are known as, what they may do and what literature they are mentioned in. Also, the dictionary has information on various occult practices such as necromancy, geomancy etc. And info. on leading occult figures and many occult terms. This book serves as not only an excellent resource for the learned occultist but as a book for beginners to learn many occult terms and some history.


  • 266
  • Israel Regardie - The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley

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    This is the masterful biography of the Magus Aleister Crowley, written by the one person most qualified to write it. Israel Regardie was a friend and student of Crowley, and served as his personal secretary for some time.

    In this book, Regardie manages to write a fair and balanced view of Crowley. It is an intelligent and insightful look into Crowley's life, Magick and Mysticism. Dr. Regardie interprets all this from the wisdom of experience.

    A member of the Golden Dawn, O.T.O. and A.A., Regardie writes with deep insight and compassion, openly revealing his own feelings, and thus providing a unique insight into Crowley. This book is the classic biography of Crowley!


  • 267
  • [ recommended ] Brian Sher - What Rich People Know & Desperately Want to Keep a Secret

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    The first book of its kind to reveal these easy to follow,money-making gems. Whether you currently own a business and are in need of some good advice, or you are in search of some guiding principles to get you started on the road to riches,this unique book is for you. If you seriously want to be rich--just read this book.

    Finally, the secrets of the truly wealthy are revealed! Now you can uncover what the world's richest people know that you don't


     

  • 268
  • The Spirit Molecule: A Doctor's Revolutionary Research into the Biology of Near Death Mystical Experiences

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  • 269
  • David Rankine - The Book Of Treasure Spirits

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    THE BOOK OF TREASURE SPIRITS Conjurations of Goetic spirits, old gods, demons and fairies are all part of a rich heritage of the magical search for treasure trove. During the Middle Ages and Renaissance the British Monarchy gave out licenses to people seeking treasure in an effort to control such practices, and this is one reason why so many grimoires are full of conjurations and charms to help the magician find treasure. Published here for the first time, from a long-ignored mid-seventeenth century manuscript in the British Library (Sloane MS 3824), is the conjuration said to have been performed at the request of King Edward IV, with other rites to reveal treasure, to have treasure brought from the sea, and to cause thieves to bring back stolen goods. Conjurations to call any type of spirit are also included, recorded by the noted alchemist and collector Elias Ashmole, as is an extract on conjuration practices from the Heptameron, transcribed into English for practical use by a working group of magicians, before its first English publication by Robert Turner in 1655. These conjurations demonstrate the influence of earlier classic grimoires and sources, with components drawn from the Goetia, the Heptameron, and Reginald Scot's Discoverie of Witchcraft. The material includes spirit contracts for Agares, Padiel and Vassago, as well as techniques like lead plates for binding, and summoning into a glass of water, which hark back to the defixiones of Hellenistic Greece and the demonic magic of the Biblical world. This material forms part of a corpus of conjurations all written in the same hand and style of evocation, linking Goetic spirits and treasure spirits with the archangels and planetary intelligences (in Sloane MS 3825), and demon kings and Enochian hierarchies (in Sloane MS 3821), making it a unique bridge of style and content between what are often falsely seen as diverse threads of Renaissance magic. About the Author David Rankine is an occult scholar and author of more than 20 books on the subject of magic, the western esoteric traditions, folklore and mythology. Since the 1970's he has been researching and exploring magical and spiritual practices throughout history; a journey which has taken him from ancient Sumeria, Babylonia and Egypt through Greece, Rome and Britain through the middle ages and rennaisance and the modern Western Mystery Traditions. With Stephen Skinner he has produced works such as The Veritable Key of Solomon and the Goetia of Dr Rudd, both highly regarded groundbreaking works which make available previously unpublished source for the first time.materials for the first time.


  • 270
  • Goetia: Luciferian Edition

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    Darkness is always found within first. Your entire life has been found in either an embrace of shadow or a carefully forgotten endless banishing of it. The Luciferian Path instructs the student to awaken darkness, to manifest demons from the abyss of the Subconscious and master them - the end result being self-mastery and the transformation into a Luciferic Spirit.The Luciferian Goetia is a grimoire which presents the 72Spirits of Solomon as daemonic forces within the minditself, giving possibility to their anthropomorphic existence outside of humanity itself. The interpretation and experience is as unique as the Shemhamforasch itself. Herein is LEGION, the Book of Howling. Contains a different approach to the 72 Demons, Invocations and Evocations written by a Luciferian and a working methodology on summoning and controlling powerful forces.


  • 271
  • Five Dragons Complete Acupuncture Course

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    Acupuncture Correspondence Course in 31 Lessons - The Five Dragons Acupuncture College





     

  • 272
  • [ recommended ] The Complete Acupuncture Program

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    This program introduces and describes the skilled use of acupuncture and moxibustion. It details the body points and needles used, diagnosis and treatment of common diseases, as well as use in medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, opthamology, and skin diseases.

    534 clinical research studies using acupuncture are described in great depth. Videos include an acupuncture demonstration and a comprehensive lecture by Wei Liu, Doctor of Chinese Medicine.

    Also included are body charts, a glossary of acupuncture points, over 60 diagrams, tables relating to the study of acupuncture, full-text search, annotations, bookmarking, and more.

    Anyone with an interest in acupuncture, whether practitioner or patient, can benefit from this detailed, yet easy-to-use program.


  • 273
  • Holding the Tiger's Tail - An Acupuncture Techniques Manual in the Treatment of Disease by Skya Gardner-Abbate

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    Holding the Tiger's Tail is primarily a book on technique, but its particular charm lies in the ability of the author to make crystal clear subjects whose complexity can often perplex and mystify students and newly qualified practitioners. It is eminently readable, and an excellent technical and practical reference book for both the clinical student and novice to mid-range practitioner. It makes no attempt to be a comprehensive textbook - more, it is a collection of ideas which clearly interest the author and are well worth taking on board as part of the elaborate tool kit of a skilled practitioner. The book covers much of the practical groundwork of an acupuncture clinician. It is not as basic, for instance, as Acupuncture and Moxibustion- A guide to Clinical Practice by Auteroche, Gervais, Auteroche, Navailh, Toui-Kan, and yet produces a strong sense of the real-life energetics of qi. The evolution of oriental acupuncture into a system suitable for use in the West on western patients is demonstrated through the very human yet eclectic style of this book. Her sources are wide and varied and, where understanding is not readily available from outside sources, Ms Gardner-Abbate is not at all averse to presenting her own hypotheses based on sound clinical experience. A strong point of this book is in the author's ability to convince us that her well developed ideas arise from long-term and varied clinical experience: experiences on which she has reflected at length and constructively, which encompass the entirety of the therapeutic encounter rather than stopping at the level of technical expertise. It is unusual to read a good practical book and, at the same time, get a sense of the author as a rounded, highly evolved practitioner - Ms Gardner Abbate's patients 'live' and so does she.

    The book is written in two parts. Part 1, General Treatment Approaches, contains 14 chapters on various techniques.

    The first chapter looks at protocols for making a diagnosis and treatment strategies and the second looks at different needling techniques. Here there is a very interesting section on point pathology; using inspection, auscultation, olfaction, palpation and inquiry to determine pathological conditions from points alone. In this section of the book is also a brief but interesting overview of different interpretations of what a point actually is.

    There is a simple, straightforward and clear explanation of point classification including luo points, xi (cleft) points, influential points, coalescent points, confluent points etc. Later on in the book, a chapter is exclusively devoted to these points with a stress on the gynaecological implications. This is particularly helpful in view of the proportion of female patients one sees, and the large amount of gynaecological conditions presenting.


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