Learn the essential craft skills for any occult path!
This books gives clear and detailed instructions for making nearly anything used in occult practices.it is divided into five sections: metal,... More > stone, wax, cloth, and wood.
The chapter on metal describes how to make rings and talismans from engravings and lost-wax castings, forging daggers, and the shaping of braziers and burners. The chapter on stone instructs how one can turn rocks into riches with cabochon, faceting, inlay, and intaglio. Wax carving techniques and candle-dipping are followed by instruction on how to produce a complete magical attire. Finally basic items of furniture are considered.
This is a brief book but not one to be missed by any serious occultist, and any of the chapters could be adapted to non-occult skills that make money on their own merit. Stop dreaming and be a real magician!< Less
Could you be a wizard?
Maybe. Find out with this book. Many of the ideas and practices given by this book are very different from the standard occult fare, and readers may find this efficient... More > approach controversial even by modern standards.
Presented are methods for turning dreams into real-life magic while awake, exploring psychic talents, utilizing natural or sympathetic magic, the creation of spiritual compacts, undoing magical effects, and the development of new magical strategies. Every page is practical and intended for use in the real world by ordinary people with extraordinary goals. This is a workbook.
This book is for the skeptic, the novice, and the frustrated armchair occultist desperately seeking something real and useful.
High Priestess Lady Morgana of Las Vegas has said "This book should come with a warning label!" Indeed, it should: anything that works is dangerous.< Less
This book describes the first-hand experiences of the author in his exorcism of 24 demons over the past six years.
Known from an ancient text called Goetia, perhaps the most infamous of all occult... More > works, these demons were supposedly bound by King Solomon in a vessel of brass, and later released by Babylonians to whom they delivered occult secrets, magic arts, and various blasphemies. Many of these demons are known in history as gods and goddesses, and some are given worship even today.
This book describes in detail the circumstances under which the author has bound these demons and made them subject to his will by the names of God. The method the author used, the record of each evocation, and the effects following are all described in detail. These fetaures make this book unique among all works on demonology.
This is the only existing printed account of the Goetia performed according to its proper and traditional form.< Less