Thank you for checking out this book by Theophania Publishing. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you soon. We have thousands of titles available, and we invite you to search for us by name, contact us via our website, or download our most recent catalogues. The Secret Grimoire of Turiel An Anonymous Scholar A SYSTEM OF CEREMONIAL MAGIC THE GREAT ARCANUM (The Rites of Ceremonial Magick) Turiel, Turel in later translations was the 18th Watcher of the 20 leaders of the 200 fallen angels that are mentioned in an ancient work called the Book of Enoch. The name is believed to originate from "tuwr, el" meaning "rock of God." "The Secret Grimoire of Turiel" in which the magician is given instructions on how to contact Turiel. It was believed to have been written in about 1518, but may have been copied from something older. It came to light in 1927 after being sold to Marius Malchus in Spain by a defrocked priest and was then translated into English from the original Latin."
Now in its 7th printing since republication in 1997, the Sefer Yetzirah has established itself as a primary source for all serious students of Kabbalah. Rabbi Kaplan's translation of this oldest and most mysterious of all Kabbalistic texts provides a unique perspective on the meditative and magical aspects of Kabbalah. He expounds on the dynamics of the spiritual domain, the worlds of Sefirot, souls and angels.
The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn has been considered one of the most important Western magical systems for over a century. Although much of their knowledge has been published, to really enter the system required initiation within a Golden Dawn temple — until now.
Regardless of your magical knowledge or background, you can learn and live the Golden Dawn tradition with the first practical guide to Golden Dawn initiation. Self-Initiation into the Golden Dawn Tradition by Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero offers self-paced instruction by two senior adepts of this magical order.
Limited to 400 copies. A FINE CLOTH VOLUME. Colored frontispiece. Associated sigil illustrations included. Introduction by Michael Staley of the Typhonian OTO. This new work explores the Typhonian tradition and its special Current from ancient times through Kenneth Grant and our present. In SHADES OF MAUVE, the emphasis is placed upon the artistic and creative nature of the Current. Kenneth Grant’s work forms a constant undercurrent to the discussion. The text leads out from themes that initially appeared in Kenneth Grant’s THEN MAGICAL REVIVAL, and elaborates a number of topics found in that first volume of the Trilogies.
Essays and articles contained in this book were originally printed in Dragon's Blood magazine in the years 2004-2007. Chosen from four issues that are no longer in print, i.e. #1 Beasts of Watery Abyss, #2 Practical Necromancy, #3 Dark Witchcraft, and #5 The Adversary. The list of contents: A Few Thoughts on Tiamat Alchemical Rebirth in the Waters of Tiamat Apep, the Serpent Chaos Demon The Ceremony of Apep Azrael and the Death Principle Invocation of Azrael Coitus cum demone: Incubus and Succubus in Legend and Occult Arts Evil in the Eye of the Beholder Great Journey Backwards - Into The Shadow Embrace Of Infernal Sabbat- In the Desert of Sutuach Invocation of the Four Goddesses of the Sabbat Ladies of Infernal Dimensions – Goddesses of Death and Rulers of the Underworld Ceremony of Persephone Leviathan – "King over all the Sons of Pride" Invocation of Leviathan Luciferian Gnosis Conjuration of Lucifer Niantiel: "Where the last of the borders is crossed" Nitocris – Queen of Ghouls and the Lady of the Pyramid Descent into the Temple of the Sphinx The Dark Side of the Moon: Presentation of the Gamaliel Qlipha The Vision of Gamaliel The End of All Flesh The Path of Cain The Sabbatic Ritual of the Horned God and Goddess
The essays and articles contained in this book were originally oprinted in DRAGON'S BLOOD Magazine in the years 2006-2010. They have been chosen from four remaining issues that were not included in SINISTER PATH Volume 1: #4 Egyptian Magic, #6 Lilith, #7 Samael and # 8" Via Nocturna.
London: Starfire. This work consists of two novellas, both concerning the Voodoo Bultu, or Cult of the Spectral Hyena. The first of these entitled, Snakewand, concerns a pair of Voodoo drums which lure a township to destruction. The second story is "The Darker Strain", and tells of possession by dark atavisms in the guise of the Spectral Hyena, with cataclysmic results for all affected. Both stories were written during the years that New Isis Lodge was operational. Octavo. New.
London: Fulgur Limited, 2012. Limited Edition 800 copies only. In premium cloth and custom black dust jacket, this volume will continue the theme of the previous works. In describing this work Orryelle says SOLVE dissolves the gold distilled in COAGULA, tears apart our egos, dismembers our bodies and hurls any conceptions of perfection back into the primal void. Herein lies death, destruction, and the Prima Materia, the base matter, the Al Khem‚ – the fertile black soil of decomposing forms, the compost for new growth. In an exploration of the Nigredo, or Blackening phase, of Alchemy, the concepts of Black Magic are re-examined in this ThanatErotic tome of the backward winding path; from the darkness of the womb to the darkness of the tomb. In preparing this dark vision, the artist has broken new ground with a series of extraordinary images executed on black paper. The entire book is printed in black, with highlights in silver, gold and red. 4to
Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilization, where writing and the first cities developed in the 4th Millennium BCE, is also the birthplace of Western Magick. Known as the Art of Marduk to the Babylonians, Magick was used in the earliest historical records for protection, healing, to bind and control spirits, and to gain the favor of the gods. Despite its foundational importance, very few modern witches or magicians know much about the Mesopotamian origins of their art. Sumerian Exorcism, compiled by renowned occult scholar Michelle Belanger, aspires to reveal this long forgotten knowledge to the contemporary reader. Containing illustrative examples of ancient Mesopotamian spells, along with commentary and explanatory essays, this book explores the beliefs and practices at the very heart of modern Witchcraft, Demonology, and Ceremonial Magick. -Adam, Magus Arch Minion
With ten magickal illustrations and tables. On the mysteries of the Thirty Aethyrs (or Circles) of Existence. Edited by Adrian Axworthy. Crowley-Thelema Series II. Hand bound wraps with parchment overlay.
Practical Magic techniques of the Golden Dawn revealed! Founded in 1888, by legendary magicians Wynn Westcott and S.L. MacGregor Mathers, the Golden Dawn has been a major influence on the development of Western Magic. Although the material which inspired adepts such as Aleister Crowley and W.B Yeats has been available, until now there has been little explanation as to how this group performed its rites of ritual magic.
"Tarot of the Morning Star" is not like other books on the tarot. Instead, it treats the Major Arcana as meditative tools for challenging and recreating oneself.
The first two pages of the introduction say more than most Tarot books manage to say in 200. Part one details Williamson's views on magical experiences, magical community, and the nature of magic. The part consists of full-color reproductions of Williamson's paintings of the Major Arcana. Each image is accompanied by a brief and thought-provoking commentary.