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Techniques Of Solomonic Magic

Author : Stephen Skinner
ISBN : 9810943105
Genre : Egypt
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The most detailed analysis of the techniques of Solomonic magic from the seventh to the nineteenth century ever published. This volume explores the methods of Solomonic magic in Alexandria, tracing how the tradition passed through Byzantium (the Hygromanteia) to the Latin Clavicula Salomonis and its English incarnation as the Key of Solomon. Discover specific magical techniques such as the invocation of the gods, the binding of demons, the use of the four demon Kings, and the construction of the circle and lamen. The use of amulets, talismans, and phylacteries is outlined along with their methods of construction. Also included are explanations of the structures and steps of Solomonic evocation, the facing directions, practical considerations, the use of thwarting angels, achieving invisibility, sacrifice, love magic, treasure finding and the binding, imprisoning, and licensing of spirits.
Category: Egypt

Techniques Of High Magic A Manual Of Self Initiation

Author : Stephen Skinner
ISBN : 0993204236
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Self-initiation into practical magic with clear instructions on how to perform invocation and evocations, achieve astral projection, make effective talismans, or practice divination using either geomancy, tarot or I Ching. Useful for a complete beginner or those further along the path.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Techniques Of Solomonic Magic Limited Leather Edition

Author : Stephen Skinner
ISBN : 9810943113
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Limited leather quarter bound collector's edition. Solomonic magic is a major part of the grimoire tradition. This volume is about the methods of Solomonic magic used in Alexandria and how they have been passed via Byzantium (the Hygromanteia), to the manuscripts of the Latin Clavicula Salomonis and its English incarnation as the Key of Solomon. Jewish techniques like the use of pentacles, oil and water skrying were added along the way, but Solomonic magic (despite its name) remained basically a classical Greek form of magic. Amazingly, this transmission has involved very few changes and the technology of magic has remained firmly intact. The emphasis in this book is upon specific magical techniques such as the invocation of the gods, the binding of demons, the use of the four demon Kings, and the construction of the circle and lamen. The requirements of purity, sexual abstinence, and fasting have changed little in the last 2000 years, and the real reasons for that are explained. The use of amulets, talismans and phylacteries or lamens is outlined along with their methods of construction. The structure of a Solomonic evocation puts into perspective the reasons for each step, the use of thwarting angels, achieving invisibility, sacrifice, love magic, treasure finding, and the binding, imprisoning and licensing of spirits. The facing directions and timing of evocations have always been crucial, and these too have remained consistent. Practical considerations such as choice of incense, the timing of the cutting of the wand, utilisation of rings and statues, use of the Table of Evocation, or the acquisition of a familiar spirit are also explained. Techniques of Solomonic Magic is thus a follow on book from Techniques of Graeco-Egyptian Magic. This volume is based on the magicians own handbooks rather than the opinions of theologians, historians, anthropologists, sociologists or legislators. The emphasis is on what magicians actually did and why. Tools used by magicians in 7th century Alexandria, 15th century Constantinople and 19th century London are very much the same. More than 70 illustrations (many in colour) of magical equipment like the wand, the sword, wax images and magical gems, drawn from a wide range of manuscripts are reproduced and examined. This is the most detailed analysis of Solomonic magic, from the inside, ever penned.
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Victorian Occultism And The Making Of Modern Magic

Author : A. Butler
ISBN : 9780230294707
Genre : History
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The late Victorian period witnessed the remarkable revival of magical practice and belief. Butler examines the individuals, institutions and literature associated with this revival and demonstrates how Victorian occultism provided an alternative to the tightening camps of science and religion in a social environment that nurtured magical beliefs.
Category: History

Guide To The Study Of Ancient Magic

Author : David Frankfurter
ISBN : 9789004390751
Genre : Social Science
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This volume seeks to advance the study of ancient magic through separate discussions of ancient terms for ambiguous or illicit ritual, the ancient texts commonly designated magical, and contexts in which the term magic may be used descriptively.
Category: Social Science

The Witches Almanac Issue 36 Spring 2017 To 2018

Author : Andrew Theitic
ISBN : 9781881098409
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Founded in 1971 by Elizabeth Pepper, the art director of Gourmet magazine for many years, The Witches’ Almanac is a witty, literate, and sophisticated publication that appeals to general readers as well as hard-core Wiccans. At one level, it is a pop reference that will fascinate anyone interested in folklore, mythology, and culture, but at another, it is the most sophisticated and wide-ranging annual guide available today for the mystical enthusiast. Modeled after the Old Farmers’ Almanac, it includes information related to the annual Moon calendar (weather forecasts and horoscopes) as well as legends, rituals, herbal secrets, mystic incantations, interviews, and many a curious tale of good and evil. Although it is an annual publication, only about 15 percent of the content is specific to the date range of each issue. The Witches’ Almanac features more than 140 pages of interesting and timeless articles about witchcraft, magic, herbalism, charms, spells, and related topics written by authors from the witchcraft and magical communities. The theme of Issue 36 (Spring 2017 – Spring 2018) is Water: Our Primal Source. Included are “The Coffin Ring,” “A Beekeeper’s Year,” “The Margate Grotto,” “Speaking in Tongues,” “Poppets,” and “Thomas the Rhymer.”
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Egypt And The Limits Of Hellenism

Author : Ian S. Moyer
ISBN : 9781139496551
Genre : Social Science
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In a series of studies, Ian Moyer explores the ancient history and modern historiography of relations between Egypt and Greece from the fifth century BCE to the early Roman empire. Beginning with Herodotus, he analyzes key encounters between Greeks and Egyptian priests, the bearers of Egypt's ancient traditions. Four moments unfold as rich micro-histories of cross-cultural interaction: Herodotus' interviews with priests at Thebes; Manetho's composition of an Egyptian history in Greek; the struggles of Egyptian priests on Delos; and a Greek physician's quest for magic in Egypt. In writing these histories, the author moves beyond Orientalizing representations of the Other and colonial metanarratives of the civilizing process to reveal interactions between Greeks and Egyptians as transactional processes in which the traditions, discourses and pragmatic interests of both sides shaped the outcome. The result is a dialogical history of cultural and intellectual exchanges between the great civilizations of Greece and Egypt.
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Magic In Ancient Egypt

Author : Geraldine Pinch
ISBN : UCBK:C099493649
Genre : History
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The Egyptians were famous in the ancient world for their knowledge of magic. Religion, medicine, technology and what we would call magic co-existed without apparent conflict, and it was not unusual for magical and 'practical' remedies to be used side by side.
Category: History

Kykeon

Author : H.F.J. Horstmanshoff
ISBN : 9789004295940
Genre : Social Science
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A collection of nine papers on ancient religion, presented by leading scholars. The studies are based on various sources and cover a wide range of subjects: myth and ritual, festivals, sacrifice; they offer new insights on general theory and the progress of scholarship.
Category: Social Science

Gems Of Heaven

Author : Christopher Entwistle
ISBN : UCBK:C110543373
Genre : Art
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This volume collects together many diverse papers, interdisciplinary in nature, addressing issues such as typology and sourcing of gemstones.
Category: Art

The Magical Arts

Author : Richard Cavendish
ISBN : UOM:39015007057261
Genre : Magic
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Category: Magic

Brill S New Pauly

Author : Hubert Cancik
ISBN : 9004122710
Genre : History
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This is volume 8 of BRILL'S NEW PAULY, the encyclopaedia devoted to Greco-Roman antiquity.
Category: History

Ancient Greek Love Magic

Author : Christopher A. FARAONE
ISBN : IND:30000067583058
Genre : History
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The ancient Greeks commonly resorted to magic spells to attract and keep lovers. Surveying and analyzing various texts and artifacts, the author reveals that gender is the crucial factor in understanding love spells.
Category: History

Religion And Magic In Ancient Egypt

Author : Rosalie David
ISBN : UOM:39015051915281
Genre : History
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Furnishes a fascinating glimpse inside the world of ancient Egyptian society revealing the complex world of Egyptian gods, goddesses, and religion and tracing the development of Egyptian ritual and religious practices, from their earliest origins to the Roman period. Original.
Category: History