The Equinox became the standard for English language esotericism in the early 20th century, aptly termed the "Encyclopedia of Initiation" by its principal editor and contributor, Aleister Crowley. This ten-volume collection had remarkable variety, depth, and the utility of its contents encompass Qabalah, tarot, yoga, and the essential papers of Crowley's teaching order, A.A. Unfortunately, much of this material is currently out of print. Now, renowned scholar and U.S. Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette offers readers The Best of the Equinox, Volume One of this four-volume collection presents readers with the Enochian selections from The Equinox and contains the Enochian Magic of John Dee and Edward Kelley--perhaps the most powerful and most popular of all magical systems.
Volume II in this four-volume Weiser series, The Best of the Equinox by Aleister Crowley, offers a treasure chest of dramatic rituals. The Equinox became the standard for English language esotericism in the early 20th century, aptly termed the "Encyclopedia of Initiation" by its principal editor and contributor, Aleister Crowley. This ten-volume collection had remarkable variety, depth, and the utility of its contents encompass Qabalah, tarot, yoga, and the essential papers of Crowley's teaching order, A. A. Unfortunately, much of this material is currently out of print. The Best of the Equinox, Volume II, curated by scholar and U.S. Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette, collects the best of Crowley's material from both in-print and out-of-print editions of The Equinox. For Crowley collectors and the curious alike, this is an accessible, affordable volume packed with high magick and secrets.
Sex Magick, the practice of utilizing sexual energy and sacred sex rituals as a potent force to reach higher states of consciousness, has been cloaked in secrecy for centuries. Some scholars believe that the practice can be traced back to Jesus and Mary Magdalene, and was later passed down as a Secret Doctrine through many esoteric orders, from the Knights Templar to the Rosicrucian's, the Freemasons, and finally the O.T.O. 20th century English occultist, mystic, ceremonial magician, and O.T.O. leader Aleister Crowley believed that sexual magick was the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe. He dedicated the entire second half of his life to exploring its mysteries. Sex Magick presents the bulk of Crowley's written works on the subject including: The Gnostic Mass, Energized Enthusiasm, Grimorium Sanctissimum, Star Sapphire, Liber Ash, Liber Chath, and Liber Stellae Rubeae. Sex Magick, is the third volume in Weiser’s The Best of the Equinox series, curated by scholar and U.S. Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette, which offers the best of Crowley’s material from both in-print and out-of-print sources.
The Book of Abramelin is the first modern translation of this magical work since Mathers’s original translation over 100 years ago. Not only is the language updated, but Georg Dehn, the compiler and editor, has sourced his work from all extant manuscripts, while Mathers used just one. The result is a stunning new translation that has already set the occult world abuzz. It includes voluminous important material left out of Mathers’s work, including an entire Part 2 filled with magical recipes, important distinctions in the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel ritual, and complete word grids that were only half-completed by Mathers. This is an essential work for any serious practicing magician or student of occult history.
Drawing on his own private collection of grimoires and magical manuscripts as well as his privileged access to the rare book archives of major European universities, Claude Lecouteux offers an extensive study of ancient books of magic and the ways the knowledge within them was kept secret for centuries through symbols, codes, secret alphabets, and Kabbalistic words. Touching on both white and black magical practices, he explains the basic principles of medieval magic, including the doctrine of names and signatures, mastery of the power of images, and the laws of sympathy and contagion. He gives an overview of magic in the Western Mystery tradition, emphasizing both lesser-known magicians such as Trithemus and Peter of Apono and famous ones like Albertus Magnus and Hermes Trismegistus. Creating a universal grimoire, Lecouteux provides exact reproductions of secret magical alphabets, symbols, and glyphs with instructions for their use as well as an illustrated collection of annotated spells, rituals, and talismans for numerous applications including amorous magic, healing magic, and protection rites. The author also examines the folk magic that resulted when the high magic of the medieval grimoires melded with the preexisting pagan magic of ancient Europe.
The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley is a witty, instructive, and admirable collection of paradoxes; however, it is not a philosophical or mystical treatise. It is wiser for readers to make their own interpretation.
About one of the most popular Tarot decks worldwide, this book by Aleister Crowley explains his deck in his own words how to interpret the numerological, Qabalistic and astrological symbolism mingled with his Tarot.
Learn the ways of magic and healing from the living, oral tradition of Appalachian Conjure in The Candle and the Crossroads. Orion Foxwood offers a primer on the real magic and techniques of Southern root magic, knowledge he learned first-hand growing up in rural Appalachia.
The Clavis or Key to the Magic of Solomon is one of several notebooks from the estate of Ebenezer Sibley, transcribed under the direction of Frederic Hockley (1808-1885). Sibley was a prominent physician and an influential author, who complemented his scientific studies with writings on the "deeper truths" including magic, astrology, alchemy, and hypnotherapy. Both Sibley and Hockley were major inspirations in the occult revival of the past two centuries, influencing A.E. Waite, S.L. Mathers, Aleister Crowley, as well as the Golden Dawn, Rosicrucian, and Masonic movements. This collection reflects Sibley's teachings on the practical use of celestial influences and harmonies. The Clavis contains clear and systematic instructions for constructing magical tools and pentacles for many practical purposes. It includes eight separate magical texts: The Mysterious Ring, Experiments of the Spirits, Birto, Vassago, Agares, Bealpharos, The Wheel of Wisdom, and the Complete Book of Magic Science. The manuscript reproduced here is the most accurate and complete known, very beautifully and carefully written complete with extraordinary hand-colored seals and colored handwritten text. 282 color pages with a color fold-out and a huge index.
Throughout history humankind has come to realize the full potential and benefit of spiritual oils that can bring forth emotional and material things that can alter your life and turn it around in an instant. Furthermore, these oils enhance the ability to connect with spirit realms, arch angels and promote more positive dreams and enhance individual visionary powers. They also protect and purify as well as repel negativity that may be clinging to your aura.
From Dr. Stephen Skinner and the Golden Hoard Press comes a historical grimoire that features a fascinating blend of high magic and local village magic. Originally a handbook for a working sorcerer, this book includes a wealth of magical workings in addition to a treasure trove of critical astrological information, including a unique set of astrological tables that are generally absent from other grimoires. Going beyond the planetary days and hours, A Cunning Man's Grimoire reveals detailed aspects of timing and magical operations connected with the 28 Mansions of the Moon and image magic, which rarely appear in Solomonic grimoires. This practical manual of magic is strongly influence by Arabic and Indian roots, placing it at the crossroads of several powerful magical streams.
If you are considering an occult approach to life's difficulties, this easy to read, step-by-step tutorial will teach you how to summon deities, angels, archangels, or any sort of inter-dimensional being, as well as the protocols for conversing with whatever entity arrives at your command. Maria's methods give you 100 percent control of the situation as you delve into what the sages of old have termed "ceremonial magick." However, not only does Maria teach how to bring spirits into your presence, she also teaches proper cleansing and banishing techniques to help the student in the aftermath of the spirits' visit. You cannot be taken over or "possessed" if you follow Maria's instructions to the letter. Indeed! If you approach contacting the various benevolent spirits who await your summoning with the proper caution and respect for ritual, you may get the kind of personal help you've needed for years but could never find elsewhere in the "real" world. What mortals cannot do for themselves, spirits will do for them. Maria's "Evocation" is here to aid in your contact and dealings with the "Other Side."
Learn to aid yourself with ancient magical arts in Goetia: Lesser Key of Solomon by Liddell/Mathers. Goetia has meant "low" magic since classical Greece, and is considered magic for practical human concerns, from finding love and knowledge to acquiring wealth.
First published in 1937, Israel Regardie’s The Golden Dawn has become the most influential modern handbook of magical theory and practice. In this new, definitive edition, noted scholar John Michael Greer has taken this essential resource back to its original, authentic form. With added illustrations, a twenty-page color insert, additional original material, and refreshed design and typography, this powerful work returns to its true stature as a modern masterpiece. An essential textbook for students of the occult, The Golden Dawn includes occult symbolism and Qabalistic philosophy, training methods for developing magical and clairvoyant powers, rituals that summon and banish spiritual potencies, secrets of making and consecrating magical tools, and much more.
Knowledge is power. And when it comes to magic, the more you know, the more successful you will become. This book provides you with a thorough introduction to magical theory along with proven and useful exercises and spells designed to enhance and expand your magical abilities. Often called ceremonial or ritual magic, high magic incorporates occult and esoteric knowledge from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome as well as medieval Judaism and Christianity. This stream of knowledge has been practiced by diverse magical groups: the Freemasons, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and the Ordo Templi Orientis, as well as luminaries such as W.B. Yeats, Alesiter Crowley, and Kenneth Anger. Respected magician and occult scholar Frater U:. D:. is an adept with decades of experience in the theory and practice of high magic. Novice and even advanced magicians will find many practical gems within these pages, and those familiar with occult theory will appreciate his practical perspective on many key magical topics, including money magic, chaos magic, cyber magic, trance work, and planetary and sigil magic. The techniques presented in this text, practiced regularly with diligence and dedication, provide the basis for a lifetime of truly powerful magical experiences. Paperback English | 432 pages | 8 x 9 x 1 IN.
The Magus, or Celestial Intelligencer; being a Complete System of Occult Philosophy is a handbook of the occult and ceremonial magic compiled by Francis Barrett and published in 1801. This book facilitated the modern revival of magic by making information from otherwise rare books readily available. It may have influenced novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton and occultist Eliphas Levi. More controversially, it has been identified as an influence on Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, in Reed C. Durham, Jr.'s speech "Is There No Help for the Widow's Son? " Reproduction of 1801 Edition.
In the occult classic The Mirror of Magic, renowned Surrealist Kurt Seligmann (1900-1962) draws from his encyclopedic practitioner’s knowledge and extensive antiquarian collection to offer a comprehensive, illustrated history of magic and the occult from Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt through the 18th century. He explores the gods and divinatory arts of the legendary Sumerians and the star-wise Babylonians, including the birth of astrology. He examines the afterlife beliefs of the ancient Egyptians and the dream interpretation practices and oracles of ancient Greece, including the mysteries of Eleusis and the magical philosophy of Plato, Socrates, and other Greeks. He uncovers the origins of Gnosticism and the suppression and banishment of magic by the post-pagan, Christian emperors of Rome.