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  • The Powerful and Deadly Spells of the Javanese

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    A very rare text with actual spells from these Indonesian peoples originallyfrom the isle of Java. Some of the most potent spells known!





     

  • 149
  • Crystal Correspondences

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  • 4=7 Philosophus by Aleister Crowley

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  • 151
  • [ recommended ] The Keys to the Gateway of Magic: Summoning the Solomonic Archangels and Demon Princess

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    This classic text of the Nine Great Keys by Stephen Skinner & David Rankine details the invocation of the Archangels, the full hierarchy of spiritual beings (including Olympic Spirits and Elementals) and the evocation of the four Demon Princes.

    Highly sought-after, this edition of a rare early seventeenth century grimioire has never before appeared in English. Occult scholar Stephen Skinner, along with magician and author David Rankine, trace the history of the Keys and offer full transcriptions of four key seventeenth century manuscripts in the British Library and in the Bodleian Library.


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  • Stephen Skinner - David Rankine - A Collection Of Magical Secrets

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    A Collection of Magical Secrets Taken from Peter de Abano, Cornelius Agrippa and from other Famous Occult Philosophers and A Treatise Of Mixed Cabalah Which comprises the Angelic Art Taken From Hebrew Sages Translated from Wellcome MS4669 by Paul Harry Barron from the original French manuscript dated 1796 With Introduction by Stephen Skinner & David Rankine This book bridges the worlds of learned magic and village cunning, providing rare and previously unavailable material from the late eighteenth century. It comprises two parts, A Collection of Magickal Secrets and A Treatise of Mixed Cabalah, both of which contain unique and exciting magical material, that were previously bound together in a French manuscript with The Clavicule of Solomon and The Universal Treatise of the Keys of Solomon. These are reproduced along with The Keys of Rabbi Solomon, in the most significant grimoire publication of modern times, The Veritable Key of Solomon by Stephen Skinner & David Rankine. A Collection of Magical Secrets contains a collection of charms, ranging from the very simple to the complex. There are charms for healing, winning in love and gambling, gaining familiar spirits, regaining stolen or lost property, instructions for the creation of magic rings for controlling spirits, and a rare angelic conjuration of a Prince of the Thumb. A wide range of sympathetic magick techniques such as dreaming, poppets, using bread, herbs and sieves, are utilised to ensure the success of the charms. A Treatise of Mixed Cabalah contains four parts, three of which fit together to develop a greater knowledge of the practical Qabalah. This includes a ritual sequence of prayers and actions for increasing knowledge, practical instructions for the construction, consecration and use of wax pentacles for absent healing, a technique for angelic dream incubation and a system of divination with 112 possible answers.


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  • Beginning Ocult Magic

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  • Mark Stavish - How to Develop Psychic Abilities

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  • [ 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.


  • 156
  • The Meanings of the Runes

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  • Doctor Beowulf's Guide to Runes

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  • 158
  • The Book of Eris

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  • 159
  • The Mystical World of Ancient Witchcraft

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  • Gary Cantrell - Wiccan Beliefs & Practices: With Rituals for Solitary & Covens

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    Modern Wicca is a vibrant, uplifting nature religion practiced by hundreds of thousands of people in the United States alone. But wearing "witchy" jewelry and casting a few spells does not make one a witch, for Wicca is a lifestyle and those who walk its path have solemnly dedicated themselves to the service of the Goddess and God.



     

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  • Denning & Phillips - Vol. 1 - The Foundations of High Magick: The Magical Philosophy

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    There are many books availiable for those who wish to learn the way of ritual magick- but few books for those who wish to learn the philosophy behind it, without having to contend with the opinions of often overbearing (Crowley), dogmatic (Fortune), muddle-headed (Regardie), or overly cautious (Kraig) writers. This book not only teaches pure Qabalistic and Hermetic thought, but insightfully and lucidly ties in connections to Oriental, Native American, and even the often overlooked ideas of those anomalous American Transcendentalists, such as Emerson and Whitman. There's no strange yoga, badly-translated words of mystic power, or misunderstood mythology- only the finest piece of magical literature availiable today. If you're a psychologist interested in exploring the transpersonal realms, a layperson wanting to explore spirituality beyond the confines of exoteric religion, a pagan interested in exploring a more reason-oriented spirituality searching for answers - this book is for you.


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  • The Magus or Celestial Intelligencer Book I

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    The Magus has proved to be the most sought after set of bookson magic and alchemy ever published. There is very good reasonfor this. These books are powerful, and were considered sodangerous that for many years, rare copies could only be foundin certain libraries, locked away from the general public andfrom those who would use (or misuse) its power. The originalset of books was first published in 1801 by its author,Francis Barrett, who had an extensive background in themedieval and occult sciences. He spent many years of diligentstudy before releasing them. His premise for the material,that is, before putting anything into these books, Barrettfirst subjected the various theories to certain tests that hadto be "substantiated by nature, truth, and experiment" first.They were written for those seeking the key to thephilosopher's stone and the powers of magic. The illustrationsin this book were taken from ancient and medieval texts,magical tables, planetary tables, talismans and images ofangels and demons. Book One covers natural magic, amulets andcharms, potions, precious stones, lights, candles, alchemy,the philosopher's stone, transmutation, the four elements,numbers, and planets. Book Two covers magnetic powers,Cabalistic magic, the names of angels and spirits, theperforming of invocations, conjuring spirits, magic circles,receiving oracles in dreams, positive and evil spirits, andconcludes with a major biographical section on the greatmagicians of history. 


  • 163
  • Thoughtform Manifestation

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  • The Complete Book of Incense Oils and Brews

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    One of the secrets of real magic is that it is controlled by the mind. The more things in your ritual to help your mind associate with your goal, the more powerful your ritual may be. Colored candles, scented oils, natural incenses, and more all add to the impact of the magic you wish to do. But how do you know which incense to burn? Is it possible to add scented oils together to get a more powerful oil? And how do you make your own, appropriately-scented tools? The answers to questions like these and hundreds more can be found in The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews by world-famous author Scott Cunningham. This is a greatly expanded and rewritten version of The Magic of Incenses, Oils and Brews. It includes over 100 new formulas, proportions for each element of the recipes (the most requested feature from his previous book), how to substitute ingredients, and much more. Besides the formulas, it also includes the exact methods of making all of these scented tools, including how to extract the essences from the herbs.


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  • Mark Stavish - How to Study Enochian Magic

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  • Notes on the Lesserand Greater Ritual of the Pentagram

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  • A Brief Outline On Ritual Structure

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  • The Complete Book Of Demonolatry Magic

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    Demonic Magic is not for the faint of heart! Demonolators and Theistic Satanists alike know the power... Discover the art of Demonolatry Magic, where Demons are respected. Learn how and why Demonolatry Magic has been heralded as powerful and dangerous. This unmatched work of Demonolatry Magic guides students through the various practices of Demonic Magic including the taboo topics of Blood Magic and Sex Magic. This text, used by the traditional Demonolatry Priesthood to train members of their covens, is the perfect complimentary volume to The Complete Book of Demonolatry, giving students a well rounded education. It includes thorough chapters on divination, ascension, methods of working, correspondences, ritual, and includes a rich array of magical mixtures that anyone can make. It is, irrefutably, the most complete book of Demonolatry Magic ever written.


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