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Book on Palo by Baba Raul Canizares: Ten years in the making, The Book on Palo will be an invaluable addition to your library of precious books, helping to explain and instruct in Palo, a Cuban tradition similar to Santeria. This is one of the few books ever written in English on this tradition.
A century ago, Celtic groups descending from the famed Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn pioneered a fascinating form of ceremonial magic invoking Pagan Celtic powers instead of relying on the more commonly used Judeo-Christian names and symbols.
Those groups disappeared many decades ago, and their teachings were lost. But today, their legacy has been reborn. Respected occult author and Grand Archdruid John Michael Greer have re-created a complete magical system based on the Celtic Golden Dawn traditions.
This new book provides students with a complete curriculum of Druidical magic and occult wisdom, including training in ceremonial magic, meditation, path working, divination, geomancy, and herbal alchemy, allowing self-initiation into the three degrees of Ovate, Bard, and Druid.
Structured to resemble a long-lost correspondence course, The Celtic Golden Dawn presents a series of knowledge lectures, meditations, and rituals leading to mastery of the most important magical techniques.
Complete Magician’s Tables (hard cover) by Stephen Skinner:
Containing the most complete set of tabular references covering:
magic, astrology, divination alchemy, emblems, Tarot, the I Ching, Kabbalah, Gematria, grimoires, angels, demons, pagan pantheons, plants, incenses, stones, oils and mystical information currently in print!
This book’s content ranges from medieval texts to modern books.
Drawing Down the Sun is a guide to reclaiming the all but lost archetype of the solar feminine, and working with her within a modern spiritual system. Discover the history and myths of the goddess of the sun, as well as how to work with the mysteries of this forgotten side of the Goddess.
Learn her symbols, the common themes within sun goddess mythology, along with the reasons why we now see the sun as purely masculine.
Harness the power of the sun through pathworking, rituals, and spellcraft. Learn how to draw down the sun and work with the changing face of the solar goddess through her seasonal rituals and sacred days. Learn how to bring abundance into your life with the Baltic goddess Saule.
Call upon the Egyptian goddess Sekhmet for strength and courage, and draw upon the sun’s healing powers with the Celtic Brighid.
Featuring fourteen different goddesses, Drawing Down the Sun includes invocations, spells, incense recipes, and correspondences for each, as well as instructions for solar magic, meditations, and working with a variety of stones and herbs.
Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie.
This wonderful book provides an the original account of the teachings, rites, and ceremonies of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, revised and enlarged with additional notes and a new, extensive index.
|With the Haitian Vodou Handbook Kenaz Filan presents a working guide to the proper method of interacting with the full Vodou pantheon, helping to build respectful relationships with the Iwa, the honored spirits of Haitian Vodou.|
Discover the Orishas of Santeria and Yoruba culture, learning the attributes, paths, and other important association for each Sacred Orisha, including the saintly name under which it might also be known.
In order to continue their magical and religious observances safely, the slaves opted for the identification and disguise of the Orishas with some of the Catholic Saints worshipped by the Spaniards. In this manner, they were able to worship their deities under the very noses of the Spaniards without danger of punishment.
The book has been divided into sections, each dealing with a specific Orisha, the attributes, paths or aspects, necklaces, initiations, foods, herbs, legends, and other pertinent information about the particular deity.
Paperback, 126 pages.
Read Rituals and Spells of Santeria, and discover the Orishas and saints identified with the forces of nature that surround us, and explore the natural religion of Santeria.
Tackling the biggest controversy surrounding his faith, Santería priest Ócha’ni Lele explains for the first time in print the practice and importance of animal sacrifice as a religious sacrament.
Describing the animal sacrifice ceremony in step-by-step detail, including the songs and chants used, he examines the thinking and metaphysics behind the ritual and reveals the deep connections to the odu of the diloggún–the source of all practices in this Afro-Cuban faith.
Tracing the legal battle spearheaded by Oba Ernesto Pichardo, head of the Church of the Lukumi of Babaluaiye, over the right to practice animal sacrifice as a religious sacrament, Lele chronicles the fight all the way to its 1993 U.S. Supreme Court victory, which established legal protection for the Santería faith and its practitioners.
Weaving together oral fragments stemming from the ancient Yoruba of West Africa, the author reconstructs their sacred stories, or patakís, that demonstrate the well-thought-out metaphysics and spirituality behind the practice of animal sacrifice in the Yoruba and Santería religion, including explanations about why each animal can be regarded as food for both humans and the orisha as well as how sacrifice is not limited to animals.
Shedding light on the extraordinary global growth of this religion over the past 50 years, Lele’s guide to the sacrificial ceremonies of Santería enables initiates to learn proper ceremony protocol as well as gives outsiders a glimpse into this most secretive world of the santeros.
Unlock the Occult Wisdom Of Antiquity And Experience The Awesome Miracle Of Egyptian Magic, Known To Be The Most Powerful Of ALL Time! From the records of the prestigious “Keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities” (circa 1895) at the British Museum comes long forgotten knowledge of how to make use of dreams, tap the power of lucky and unlucky days, and utilize talismans and charms initially designed in the distant past and still useful and beneficial today.
Every man, woman and child in ancient Egypt who could afford it wore either a charm or talisman, and for centuries their land was regarded as a nation of powerful magicians and sorcerers who guided their citizens in all matters mystical and spiritual. Hebrew, Greek and Roman writers referred to them as experts in the occult sciences and as possessors of arcane wisdom and knowledge which could, according to the given circumstances, be employed to do either good or harm to man.
Saint Stephen boasts that the great Moses “was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians” and declared that he was “mighty in words and deeds.” There are numerous moments in the life of this remarkable Biblical prophet that demonstrate that he was acquainted with many of the practices of Egyptian magic. It was even said that Moses possessed a “wonderful staff” with which he could work wonders, take control over man and beast and destroy enemies.
Here are the actual spells and formulas utilized by the wizards of this ancient paradise along the Nile, as well as the designs of their most powerful amulets and talismans that have made Egyptian Magic the most commanding form of occultism ever performed at any time during the history of humankind.
Sepher Raziel—also called Liber Salomonis—is a full grimoire in the Solomonic tradition from a sixteenth century manuscript.
It contains seven (7) books:
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