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  • Raymond Buckland - Practical Candleburning Rituals

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    This trusted guidebook by popular author Raymond Buckland has introduced candle magick to more than 300,000 readers.

    From winning love to conquering fear, obtaining money to improving relationships, Practical Candleburning Rituals is filled with simple candle rites that get real results. Newly updated and re-organized, this edition includes thirty-seven rituals-adapted for Christians and Pagans-that can be performed at home with readily available materials.

    No prior magickal knowledge is necessary. Diagrams and simple instructions make this candle magick primer an ideal practical guide for beginners.


  • 338
  • Treatise on Occult Medicine and Practical Magick by Samael Aun Weor

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    Introduction to Occult Medicine; Preparation and Discipline of the Gnostic Doctor; Classification of Plants (Elemental Magic); Occult Medication and Magical Works. Herein one finds many explanations of the medical knowledge preserved by the Lamas of Tibet and the Mamas of the Sierra Nevada, demonstrating with undeniable force the limitations of modern medicine and indicating the way to return to ancient medical wisdom. This work features treatments for an incredible variety of illnesses and conditions, such as cancer, asthma, the common cold, and leprosy.


  • 339
  • Greater Mysteries by Samael Aun Weor

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  • 340
  • Three Mountains by Samael Aun Weor

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  • 341
  • Boris Mouravieff - Gnosis - Book I - Exoteric Cycle

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  • Boris Mouravieff - Gnosis - Book II - Mesoteric Cycle

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  • 343
  • [ recommended ] Mysteries and Secrets of Magick

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  • 344
  • Hanan Paca - Magic of the Inca

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    The magical rituals and spells of the ancient Incas for the modern world.





     

  • 345
  • James Campbell - The Necronomicon

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






     

  • 346
  • "Simon" - The Necronomicon (Avon Books Edition)

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    "This is the testimony of all that I have seen, and all that I have learned... For this is the Book of the Dead, the Book of the Black Earth, that I have writ down at the peril of my life."

    H.P. Lovecraft himself denied the Book's existence, but the dreaded NECRONOMICON has finally surfaced. Written in Damascus in the Eighth Century A.D. by the "Mad Arab"Abdul Alhazred, the accursed volume is filled with myths and rituals that have survived the darkest days of magic and occultism - long-forgotten formulae for evoking incredible things, beings, and monsters into physical appearance. Editor Simon overcame huge obstacles during his daring efforts to bring to light this, the most famous, the most potent, and potentially, the most dangerous Black Book known to the Western World...

    Simon is a student of magic, occultism, and religion since the mid-1960s and the editor of the Necronomicon. Speaking on topics as diverse as religion and politics, occultism and fascism, ceremonial magic, demonolatry, the Tarot, the Qabala, and Asian occult systems, Simon was a frequent lecturer for the famed Warlock Shop in Brooklyn and the Magickal Childe Bookstore in Manhattan. The media events he organized in the 1970s and 1980s - with rock bands, ritual performances, and celebrity appearances - helped to promote the occult renaissance in New York City. For undisclosed reasons his whereabouts have been unknown since 1984.


  • 347
  • Lycanthropy: A Handbook of Werewolfism

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    This book contains the basic elements for exploration into a fascinating, yet largely untouched, facet of occultism; Lycanthropy (Werewolfism)





     

  • 348
  • A Rite of the Werewolf

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  • 349
  • [ recommended ] The Spirit's Book by Allan Cardec

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    'The Spirits Book' (1857), written by Allan Kardec, is widely regarded as the most important piece of writing in the 'Spiritist' canon. It is the first in a series of five books that Kardec wrote that are collectively known as the 'Spiritist Codification'. Although the other four books; 'The Medium's Book', 'The Gospel According to Spiritism', 'Heaven and Hell' and 'The Genesis According to Spiritism' are of great importance to the Spiritist movement it is 'The Spirits Book' that lays out the doctrine of the belief system. The Spiritist movement was founded by Allen Kardec and although its roots lay in Spiritualism there are differences in belief. The most important of these differences is the Spiritist belief in reincarnation. Although some Spiritualists believe in reincarnation and some do not, all Spiritists consider it as a basic truth of their ideology. In the 1850's, whilst investigating the afterlife, Kardec communicated in séances with a collection of spirits named 'The Spirit of Truth' who discussed many important topics such as life after death, good and evil, the universe and the origin of spirits, amongst others. 'The Spirit of Truth' counted many of history's great thinkers amongst its number such as Thomas of Aquino, Voltaire and Augustine of Hippo. Over time and after several sessions with the group Kardec had gathered enough information to convince him of life after death and he was compelled to spread the teachings of 'The Spirit of Truth'. He 'codified' their comments and listed them as answers to questions and this is the content of 'The Spirits Book'. The subjects that Kardec discusses, via 'The Spirit of Truth', laid down the foundations for the Spiritist philosophy and all of the concepts that would become, and still are, key to the movement's thinking have their genesis in the book. The belief that there is one Supreme Being, God, who created everything in the universe, is postulated. According to the text the Devil does not exist and Jesus is a messenger of God. Although the book does not refer to Jesus as the son of God and no mention is made of the 'immaculate conception' he is considered God's perfect messenger and his teachings are to be adhered to. Reincarnation and the survival of the soul after death are vital beliefs and it is stated that it is through reincarnation that lessons are learnt that can be taken into the next life and that every life moves the soul closer to perfection. According to the book man is made up of three separate elements; the body, the spirit and the spiritual body. One's spirit also predates the matter of the universe and will outlast it. After the publication of 'The Spirits Book' Kardec's Spiritist doctrine began to take root, firstly in France from where it spread throughout Europe and found its way to North America. Most significant, however, was the reaction to Spiritism in South America. In Brazil the Spiritist movement swept across the nation and it is still one of the country's main religions to this day with millions of Kardec's followers from Brazil visiting his tombstone in Paris every year.


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  • Draja Mickaharic - Materia Magica

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    A Compendium of many of the Various Materials used in the Practice of Practical Magic. With some examples of their use. (Guide to herbs and natural mateials useful in the practice of practical magic. Includes suggestions for making oils and powders used in magic)




     

  • 351
  • Magical Use of Psalms

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  • 352
  • Witches Potions & Spells

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    This is a delightful treat. Written in 1971, this book is a treasure trove and collection of dark spells before witches lost their bite with the coming of Wicca. Within it's 62 pages readers will find spells utilising those nasty ingredients such as animal parts and blood. Retro 1950s-style drawings compliment the text.

    Witches' Potions And Spells is definitely a keeper for the non-Wiccan variety of witches or for those who still remember a time when witches and witchcraft had an edge and was delightfully dangerous.


  • 353
  • [ recommended ] Hoodoo Conjuration Witchcraft & Rootwork Vol 1

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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.


  • 354
  • Brazilian Wish-Asking Method

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  • 355
  • The Biological Function of the Third Eye

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  • 356
  • Summoning Spirits: The Art of Magical Evocation by Konstantinos

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    Learn to safely evoke powerful spirits to aid you with any task.Create sigils charged with the energy of spirits to magnify the effects of your evocations. Make an etheric egregore, a manufactured spirit that will perform the task of your choice. Perform easy exercises to train your magical abilities and to develop clairvoyance and clairaudience. Construct, prepare, and use special magical tools to aid your evocations. Summoning Spirits is a complete manual for evoking entities to effect positive changes in your life. Learn how the spirits that dwell on the other planes can be evoked to the astral and physical planes to help you obtain mystical abilities, locate hidden "treasure," and even command a spirit "army" to protect your home while you're away.


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  • [ recommended ] Joseph Lisewski - Ceremonial Magic & The Power of Evocation: A System of Personal Power

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    For centuries, the ceremonial evocation of spiritual beings has been Magic's darkest corner. Reputed to fulfill the Magician's material desires, evocation has been the topic of the most famous Grimoires---the Grammars of Magic. From the Sworn Book of Honorius the Magician, to the Greater Key of Solomon and the Goetia; from the Grand Grimoire, to the complete treatise of the Lemegeton, all give direct, yet difficult, directions to the individual desiring to have the 'good life'; in the here-and-now. But the simplest of Grimoires, the Heptameron of Peter de Abano, has escaped the attention of modern Ceremonialists. Its simplicity and power in summoning the Aerial Spirits is second to none. Ceremonial Magic lays bare the operation of the Heptameron. Its Magical Axioms, extensive Commentaries, copious notes, and personal instructions to the reader---all gained from Dr. Lisiewski's forty-years of study and practice in Ceremonial Magic---make this a resource that no serious student of Magic can afford to be without. It is all here, as in no other Grimoire. Use its instructions and the world of evocation and personal gratification are well within your grasp!


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