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The Madness of Poems and the curse of Prose Philosophy

eBook (PDF), 214 Pages
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My work is only for the worthy of mind and strong of will. I did not write this work for everyone in mind. I have studied under some of the more well known occultist of this age and have had students of my own in calling. We have no real label. We are many and vast in intelligence. I am just a Wyzard who is offering you a link into the unknown. This work is writen no more evil or good then any unknown tome. My intentions are the same of anyone’s name who you guess. I have no remorse. I have written this manuscript from my thoughts, deep desires, hopes and dreams. In many ways this work deals with my trances, channeling and metaphysical thought. This testament is a living text to help and answer some questions using the intrinsic energy around you. My work in this book is more or less a tool of divination then just a common book and comes with forces most don’t see but can feel. I give to you for now “The book of Baphomet.”
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Product Details

Publisher
Dark dream press
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
214
File Format
PDF
File Size
6.42 MB
Product ID
17448339

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