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Kasdeya Rite of Ba'al By S. Connolly
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Kasdeya Rite of Ba'al is a complete ritual for the Daemonolatry adept not to be taken lightly. It is Daemonolatry specific. This five month ritual can be extremely dangerous. Persons who have... More > discussed Kasdeya with someone who's done it, or who have completed the prep workshop can get a private link to a discounted edition of this work by writing to ofs.admin@gmail.com . This book outlines all the preparation, the entire ritual, and gives helpful advice and suggestions on "The Work". For those looking for a book with all the rituals clearly spelled out for them, this may not be what you want. Some creativity and personal motivation is required by the magician. The back of the book also includes additional extended ritual so that the adept may work their way up to longer duration rituals.< Less
Shahzar Warrior Queen By Anastasia Rabiyah
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Journey to the cursed, desert city of Kaladia where Shahzar, heir to the throne, faces an arcane rite to attain her position as Queen. She must bear a child sired by the failing Shan-Sei... More > Temple’s bishop. Raised by her cold but caring uncle, the city’s Captain of the Guards, she has learned to shut off her emotions and is well versed in the ways of battle. When the bishop is sent to her bed, will this descendant of an infamous necromancer allow him to live, or will she adhere to her uncle’s wishes and murder him? Begin the epic journey in paperback. Follow Shahzar on her quest to learn the truth about the temple's dark magic and the mysterious resting goddess who calls to her. Author Illustrated. Awarded Five Stars by C.C. Moore of WeLoveFiction.com< Less
Tahole The Politics of Love By Toni Rahman
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Tahole describes an American woman's rite of passage while living with an extended family in Bangladesh for five years. It follows the protagonist's struggles to adapt to the deeply entrenched... More > patterns of codependency in the culture; she ultimately stumbles onto principles that liberate her from the disease and allow her to create the life she wants for herself.< Less
The Portal Book By Ian Corrigan
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The Portal Book is a grimoire of Pagan Witchcraft. Written in 1988 for new students of a working Coven of the Celtic Traditionalist Craft, it has been edited and made available to the wider Pagan... More > community. While many guides to Wicca focus on tools, seasonal rites and spells, the Portal Book is aimed at building the skills that support any kind of Pagan spiritual work. Beginning with descriptions of core Craft symbolism the student is led to deeper practices that allow true worship and effective magic. The Portal Book includes: The Five-Fold Pantheon The Eight Holy Nights The Home Shrine Witchcraft Meditation Solo Rites of Worship Making the Spirit Wand Practical Magic Ian Corrigan has been learning and teaching in the Pagan community for over thirty years. He is a Third Degree Craft initiate, now an Archdruid Emeritus and a Senior Priest of Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF)< Less
The Portal Book By Ian Corrigan
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The Portal Book is a grimoire of Pagan Witchcraft. Written in 1988 for new students of a working Coven of the Celtic Traditionalist Craft, it has been edited and made available to the wider Pagan... More > community. While many guides to Wicca focus on tools, seasonal rites and spells, the Portal Book is aimed at building the skills that support any kind of Pagan spiritual work. Beginning with descriptions of core Craft symbolism the student is led to deeper practices that allow true worship and effective magic. The Portal Book includes: The Five-Fold Pantheon The Eight Holy Nights The Home Shrine Witchcraft Meditation Solo Rites of Worship Making the Spirit Wand Practical Magic Ian Corrigan has been learning and teaching in the Pagan community for over thirty years. He is a Third Degree Craft initiate, now an Archdruid Emeritus and a Senior Priest of Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF).< Less
The Portal Book By Ian Corrigan
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The Portal Book is a grimoire of Pagan Witchcraft. Written in 1988 for new students of a working Coven of the Celtic Traditionalist Craft, it has been edited and made available to the wider Pagan... More > community. While many guides to Wicca focus on tools, seasonal rites and spells, the Portal Book is aimed at building the skills that support any kind of Pagan spiritual work. Beginning with descriptions of core Craft symbolism the student is led to deeper practices that allow true worship and effective magic. The Portal Book includes: The Five-Fold Pantheon The Eight Holy Nights The Home Shrine Witchcraft Meditation Solo Rites of Worship Making the Spirit Wand Practical Magic Ian Corrigan has been learning and teaching in the Pagan community for over thirty years. He is a Third Degree Craft initiate, now an Archdruid Emeritus and a Senior Priest of Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF).< Less
Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug: Volume III - Part 1 By Paul Bedjan
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Paul Bedjan (1838-1920) was born in Khosrova in Salamas where he was educated at a school established by French Lazarists. At 18, he went to Paris to join the Lazarist order and further his studies.... More > In 1861 he was ordained a priest in the Roman rite although he was a member of the Chaldean Church. After working among his own people in Iran for 12 years, he returned to Europe to pursue a career in editing and publishing books in Syriac and modern Assyrian. Between 1905 and 1910 Bedjan edited five volumes of homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug (c. 451 – 521). Educated at the school of Edessa, Jacob became bishop of Batnan in 519. He is probably the most prolific writer in the Syriac language. In addition to letters, hymns and expositions, he is reputed to have written 760 homilies in twelve-syllable metre on biblical and general religious themes. Bedjan’s “Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis” includes 195 homilies. Volume III – Part 1 contains homilies 71-87.< Less
Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug: Volume III - Part 2 By Paul Bedjan
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Paul Bedjan (1838-1920) was born in Khosrova in Salamas where he was educated at a school established by French Lazarists. At 18, he went to Paris to join the Lazarist order and further his studies.... More > In 1861 he was ordained a priest in the Roman rite although he was a member of the Chaldean Church. After working among his own people in Iran for 12 years, he returned to Europe to pursue a career in editing and publishing books in Syriac and modern Assyrian. Between 1905 and 1910 Bedjan edited five volumes of homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug (c. 451 – 521). Educated at the school of Edessa, Jacob became bishop of Batnan in 519. He is probably the most prolific writer in the Syriac language. In addition to letters, hymns and expositions, he is reputed to have written 760 homilies in twelve-syllable metre on biblical and general religious themes. Bedjan’s “Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis” includes 195 homilies. Volume III – Part 2 contains homilies 88-107.< Less
Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug: Volume I - Part 1 By Paul Bedjan
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Paul Bedjan (1838-1920) was born in Khosrova in Salamas where he was educated at a school established by French Lazarists. At 18, he went to Paris to join the Lazarist order and further his studies.... More > In 1861 he was ordained a priest in the Roman rite although he was a member of the Chaldean Church. After working among his own people in Iran for 12 years, he returned to Europe to pursue a career in editing and publishing books in Syriac and modern Assyrian. Between 1905 and 1910 Bedjan edited five volumes of homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug (c. 451 – 521). Educated at the school of Edessa, Jacob became bishop of Batnan in 519. He is probably the most prolific writer in the Syriac language. In addition to letters, hymns and expositions, he is reputed to have written 760 homilies in twelve-syllable metre on biblical and general religious themes. Bedjan’s “Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis” includes 195 homilies. Volume I – Part 1 contains homilies 1-16.< Less
Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug: Volume I - Part 2 By Paul Bedjan
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Paul Bedjan (1838-1920) was born in Khosrova in Salamas where he was educated at a school established by French Lazarists. At 18, he went to Paris to join the Lazarist order and further his studies.... More > In 1861 he was ordained a priest in the Roman rite although he was a member of the Chaldean Church. After working among his own people in Iran for 12 years, he returned to Europe to pursue a career in editing and publishing books in Syriac and modern Assyrian. Between 1905 and 1910 Bedjan edited five volumes of homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug (c. 451 – 521). Educated at the school of Edessa, Jacob became bishop of Batnan in 519. He is probably the most prolific writer in the Syriac language. In addition to letters, hymns and expositions, he is reputed to have written 760 homilies in twelve-syllable metre on biblical and general religious themes. Bedjan’s “Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis” includes 195 homilies. Volume I – Part 2 contains homilies 17-32.< Less