Magick

Rosicrucian Chess of the Golden Dawn *****Coming Soon!*****

This is the first in a trio of books that together form The Complete Enochian Chess. Enochian Chess in part comes from the Elizabethan system of Enochian Magic originated by the Court Astrologer, Dr John Dee. It was developed into its current form in Victorian times by SL MacGregor Mathers and William Wynn Westcott....

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Underworld: Shamanism, Myth, Magick – Vol I

– Synopsis – The Underworld has always been thought of as a place of darkness and despair. Even today there are many misconceptions about what the Underworld is and what awaits inside. We will learn how different cultures around the world viewed the Underworld and the afterlife. Some cultures have there own unique perspective,...

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Quareia – The Magician’s Deck

LXXXI – The Quareia Magician’s Deck is a unique magical tool for 21st century magicians. LXXXI is a collaboration between magical artists Stuart Littlejohn and Cassandra Beanland, and magical adept Josephine McCarthy. All of the paintings are original works of art in oil, acrylic, or water colour, and are the result of three years...

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Quareia – a new school of magic for the 21st century

The quarry is where one finds precious materials that can be fashioned into beautiful things. Extracting something from a quarry is a slow and arduous process, but what emerges is something of exquisite form and beauty. Just as the raw turquoise is carefully searched for, extracted, shaped and polished, so too the magical apprentice...

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Nick Farrell’s Magical Blog and Magical Order of the Aurora Aurea (MOAA)

Read occultist and writer Nick Farrell’s magical blog about The Golden Dawn, Esoteric Orders, Ritual Magic, Teaching and Training, Books and more. http://www.nickfarrell.it/ Nick Farrell on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Nick-Farrell-295464057182527/ – The Magical Order of the Aurora Aurea (MOAA) – The Magical Order of the Aurora Aurea (MOAA) is a modern expression of the Golden Dawn...

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Crowley – A Beginners Guide

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.” Nearly seventy years after his death Aleister Crowley, the notorious Beast 666, is only just beginning to attract serious academic attention. Even so we would not expect to find him on any mainstream university courses; he is still too much associated with occultism....

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“The World, the Flesh and the Devil” (provisional title)

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Seidways

Seidways From the author of Helrunar – manual of rune magick and Visual Magick, a handbook of freestyle shamanism, come the definative study of magical trance and possession techniques. The author is inspired by the Nordic tradition of Seidr, said to have been taught to the human race by Odin. The book provides an...

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The Ritual Year in Ancient Egypt

The very oldest Egyptian ritual calendar was lunar. The evidence for this is very complex and in the words of Professor Leo Depuydt, “does not exactly jump out at you!” This ancient lunar calendar continued a veiled existence alongside the dominant solar or civil year. Many details are lost so the project of this...

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Making Talismans

Discover the secret keys and practical techniques to turn mundane objects into “living entities of power,” bringing real change in your life. By pooling magical practices from shamanism, paganism, the Order of the Golden Dawn, and Dion Fortune, Making Talismans offers training and techniques for performing advanced magical talismanic operations. For many years this...

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Magic Of The Northgate

Magic of the North Gate is a focussed look at magic that involves the body, the land, the living and the dead. Written for magicians/occultists, pagans, priests and priestesses, this book looks in depth at the techniques, contacts, methods and ritual actions that can be undertaken when approaching Earth Magic. Working with land spirits...

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Angelic Magick

“The visualizations here draw their imagery from classical grimoires and Qabalistic philosophy. Plus, they have a specific and useful goal. Each visualization takes you on a journey into the symbolic realm of an archangel, where you are introduced to the entity’s sigils and symbols and other sacred imagery before encountering the archangel himself. Each...

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Sexual Magick

Sexuality is one of the keys to magick. In this book, first published in 1988, Katon Shual presents some of the secrets of sexual gnosis within  western magick – a system that is often misunderstood. The book begins with a look at the revival of sexual magick in the early part of the 20th...

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Contemporary Western Book Of The Dead

‘I was musing on Singapore in all its affluent glory still having shrines for the dead on every street corner during ‘The Festival of the Hungry Ghosts’. Then I was musing on how the socially mobile of modern western society eschew death rites and grieving in the name of ‘holding it together’ and being...

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Visual Magick

Suitable for all those inspired by such figures as Austin Spare and Aleister Crowley, and who feel the imperative to develop one’s own unique magick way. Visual Magick aims to build vision, imagination, and creative magick. It shows how magicians, witches, artists and therapists can improve visionary abilities, enhance imagination, activate the inner senses,...

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Living Midnight

In this book you will find a study of the divination system known widely as the I Ching, but here presented with all its magick intact and in a totally unique way. This leads naturally to an examination of the techniques of Taoist meditation and finally to a look at the divine entities that...

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I, Crowley

‘I never killed Raoul Loveday with a magical spell.’ Aleister Crowley, otherwise known as the Beast 666, shared membership of the Golden Dawn with W.B. Yeats, and publishers with D.H. Lawrence. Now in a beyond-the-grave autobiography, he recounts his own vocation, his practice of sex magic, and his bruising encounters with his contemporaries. The...

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MAGICK WORKS

REVIEW ”Many years ago your editor had a short conversation with the author of this book at the Aquarian Festival in London when he was still a teenager. He was asking how he could join a coven or a magical lodge and my advice was that he had to wait a few years. At...

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THE BLOODY SACRIFICE:

Charlotte Rodgers is a non denominational magickal practitioner and an animist, and The Bloody Sacrifice is the story of her work with blood. It chronicles her use of road kill and blood in art, ritualised scarification and tattoo work, and the use of venous and menstrual blood in magick. Also included are Charlotte’s interviews...

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Tantra for Westerners

Tantra has been defined as “a mystical philosophy” and as “an unorthodox religious tendency”. Both definitions are incomplete. While Tantra has mystical, philosophical and religious aspects it is, above all, a technique of action – a system of physical, mental and spiritual discipline incorporating meditation, yoga, and sacramental worship in the widest sense of...

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The Flying Sorcerer: Francis Barrett

The Flying Sorcerer is the only biography of an enigmatic 18th century magus Francis Barrett, whose book The Magus or Celestial Intelligencer, laid the foundation of the current magical revival. He was the first author since the middle ages to compile a manual or ‘grimoire’ of magick. The Magus or Celestial Intelligencer is widely...

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JOURNAL FOR THE ACADEMIC STUDY OF MAGIC

‘A wide and deep view of magic – rating 9’ – Fortean Times 176 ‘A must-read for all those interested in an academic approach to the magical arts.’ – The Cauldron See bottom of page for JSM related SASM Elist   JSM1 ISBN 978-1869928-674 Format: paperback / 200 pages ISSN 1479-0750 £13.99 / $28...

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Cauldron of the Gods

‘If you have only one book on the Celtic past and present, this has to be the one’- The Pentacle ‘Imagine the forest. As darkness falls, the somber beeches disappear in misty twilight and shadows seem to gather under their branches. Far away, the blackbird’s call tells of the coming of the night. The...

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The Bull of Ombos

Naqada is a sleepy little town in Upper Egypt, that gives its name to a crucial period in the prehistory of Egypt. In 1895, William Matthew Flinders Petrie, the ‘father’ of Egyptian archaeology, stumbled upon a necropolis, belonging to a very ancient city of several thousand inhabitants. With Petrie’s usual luck, he’d made yet...

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Supernatural Assault in Ancient Egypt – Seth, Renpet & Moon Magick

NEW EDITION 2011 You’re in your bed. It’s dark, you hear footsteps coming up the stairs and into your room. There’s someone there – a presence. They lie on you or beside you, gripping you tightly, crushing you into the bed. You can’t move. There may be a sound, a grunt or a strange...

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Tankhem

The Typhonian deity Seth was once worshipped in Ancient Egypt. Followers of later schools obliterated Seth’s monuments, demonised and neglected his cult. A possible starting point in the quest for the ‘hidden god’ is an examination of the life of Egyptian King Seti I (‘He of Seth’) also known as Sethos. When looking for...

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Magical Knowledge II

“Here you have a book that will help you, and an author whose views you can respect. More than this, you may safely trust her practical guidance, which is drawn from a long and varied experience of working alone and with others. She is a gifted teacher, perceptive and critical: perhaps more important, she...

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Becoming Magic: New & Revised Magicks for the New Aeon

Drawing on over twenty years of magickal work in a variety of systems, this book is a forward-looking manual full of new material and techniques created to push the boundaries of contemporary magick. Inspired by the great magickal traditions of past millennia, Becoming Magick presents new techniques of sigilisation and gematria, as well as...

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NEWS

Treadwell’s Magical Bloomsbury Walking Tour – Saturday 15 July

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SATURDAY, 15 JULY, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Magical Bloomsbury Walking Tour Guided Walk – Christina Oakley Harrington £15 This walk uncovers...

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic – Events 2017

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, The Harbour, Boscastle, North Cornwall, PL35 0HD. http://museumofwitchcraftandmagic.co.uk/event/

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Glastonbury Symposium 2017

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FRIDAY, 28th – SUNDAY, 30th JULY 2017 with a Sacred Sites Tour on Thursday 27th July Venue: Town Hall, Magdalene Street, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6...

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HexFest 2017, August 11-13, 2017, Bourbon Orleans Hotel

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On AUGUST, 11th to 13th, 2017, Brian Cain, Christian Day, and the Witches of New Orleans present HexFest: A Weekend of Witchery held in...

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Grimoires, Goetia, Enochiana, Solomonic Magick – David Rankine & Stephen Skinner

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For centuries, Grimoires have fascinated the public’s imagination. People often ask us about how they could learn more about this topic and what books...

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