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Visita Interiora Terrae Rectificando Invenies Occultum Lapidem

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 No.612[Reply]

I wanted to create this thread for the less artistically inclined. I myself am somewhat in this boat. Generally I try to make things myself unless it is too elaborate. This thread will be for posting sites to find supplies or finished products to aid in ritual work. If you know of any besides the ones I posted, please add them.

https://enochian.org/

https://www.goldendawnshop.com/

https://www.azothart.com/ (Good site for buying vestments pertaining to multiple initiatory paths, from A.A., OTO, GD, Martinism, and MM Freemasonry.)

http://docsolomons.com/wp/

http://jasonaugustusnewcomb.com/store/index.html (Bought a circle from him and it was very well made.)

http://www.wolf-and-goat.com/

https://sacredalchemystore.com/collections/all

http://www.ixaxaar.com/ (Cavarly Cross Botanica)

https://www.etsy.com/shop/Kingdomofshadows?ref=l2-shopheader-name

This is the first batch I have for now. Most of my bookmarked sites are no longer working. Plus I am missing a few that I have forgotten the names of. I didn't add any Wiccan/Witchcraft sites, not because I have anything against those paths, but because they are a dime a dozen to find on the web.

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 No.1389

>>1366

Is this link broken already?




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 No.632[Reply]

We lost yet another board owner, though it was a year or more since he last logged in. In addition, we lost his digital library which is a shame since it sounded very extensive. As the new BO, I do not plan on changing the direction of the board. The old rules still apply, however, if anyone has suggestions regarding rules, settings, or the board in general, this thread will be left unlocked for that purpose.

Rules:

1. /occult/ is a board with a focus on praxis and discussion of it. It is heavily encouraged that new threads reference some sort of academic material, be it a book, website, video, or whathaveyou. Notable exceptions include requests for material.

On-topic general (read: lacking a source) discussion threads are still allowed (e.g. "What kinds of meditations do you do?"), but users are encouraged to post relevant material (e.g. a book or video where you learned a meditation) in threads like those.

2. Do not create a new thread if a thread on the topic already exists unless the "theme" deviates significantly from the "theme" of the existing thread.

3. No shitposting (unless it makes the mod laugh).

4. Keep discussion civil; express yourself using whatever language you find suitable (within reason), but do not attack/insult another poster.

5. Think before you post. /occult/ encourages high-quality discussion.

6. Global Rules always apply.

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 No.1074

>>1069

I thought that thread was kind of interesting and something that I might come back to in the future, so I'd prefer if it were left up.




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 No.1034[Reply]

What's up, /occult/ and /fringe/.

You two boards have proven great influences on me over the past few years as I've broadened my spiritual horizons, and not only that, but you've driven untold traffic to my essays and supported me in my work. My occult studies have had a great impact on my novel, THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE, and to repay that influence I'd like to do a /fringe/ and /occult/ exclusive giveaway.

The first marketable thought to text device is released for public consumption in 2031. That same year, author Cassius Wagner will have a seizure. At least, that is what the novel says: the novel to which he awakens in fragments one morning after a late night of writing. This novel. Terrified to have a prophetic manuscript unfurling at his heels, his desperation to evade his fate prevents him from considering that his lover and editrix, Katherine Beauvoir, might be wrestling with a destiny of her own. Told in four psychedelic parts which peak with the fable of a sublingual Huntress as she fights to save her King, THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE blurs the speculative fiction and fantasy genres to explore the fabric of literature, and the boundaries of reality. /fringe/ and /occult/ will appreciate its intense use of occult and alchemical symbolism, particularly in the second half of the novel.

The book will be released on March 19th, 2018 in hardback, paperback and ebook forms, and I'm looking to give away some copies until then in hopes of acquiring 100 reviews. The rub is that I only have so many physical copies to give away, so the promotion will go as follows:

1. The first 2 posters from each board to email publicity@paintedblindpublishing.com with the subject 'Free Loosh from [Board Name]' and a physical address to where I can send the book will receive a HARDBACK copy of THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE, signed by the author.

2. The following 3 posters (again, from each board) to email will receive a signed PAPERBACK copy.

3. All subsequent entrants will receive ebook copies.

That is 10 total copies I am giving to you guys, not including those who receive Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1186

>>1185

Yeah buddy! Thanks for your confidence and your encouragement. That is the one; I only stumbled upon it by chance, because I have Anathema bookmarked and misclicked on it one time a week or so after I got all my copies of defunct Abraxas. Meant to be, obvs; hail the Increate, right? And not only that, but I have recently been talking about the theme in question a lot. The final essay, "The Church of the Black Hole", basically proposes the concept that in the absence of standardized religious mystery traditions, scientific mystery traditions will begin to mark a new esoteric standard. We live in a secular age and the culturally defining religion of the era is/should be science. Therefore, it is up to magicians to embrace science, and approach their studies from a scientific frame of mind, for science, religion and politics all used to be so toghtly interwoven that there was no difference betweem them. We have to get back to our roots, and that is the point I make for seven pages…I am pleased with the essay and all but really would just be tickled to get a free copy of PILLARS, because man, yeah, that shit is NICE. It was also a good essay to write to start thinking about this nonfiction book I outlined, but tbh between the BOTNS essay series and editing this trilogy, I am not going to be able to start it for awhile…it is good to be so inspired, but tiring to be so busy! I must, though; I am the servant of my writing, and that which delivers my writing, and so I must honor it by tending to my writing every minute I can. It is gratifying to speak with people like you who support it.


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Whoowee has it been a week. Give me that sweet loosh, fellas, I need something good to happen to me sometime. In the meantime, though, enjoy part V of the BOTNS essay series, and pour my ass a drink!

https://paintedblindpublishing.com/2018/05/17/an-analysis-of-the-alchemical-tradition-behind-book-of-the-new-sun-part-v-the-aestivation-hypothesis-and-the-hierodules/


 No.1196

>>1186

>>1190

Sorry I been very busy for the last couple of weeks, but I always look forward to reading your posts. Let us know if you get a response back on your submission. I definitely will buy a copy if it gets published!


 No.1380

All right, /occult/, here's a new essay for you. Sorry to be away so long–I've been busy editing this trilogy! Be sure to check the blog on Friday, when I'll be revealing the cover of Book I!

https://paintedblindpublishing.com/2018/11/20/the-church-of-the-black-hole-mystery-traditions-in-the-digital-age/


 No.1423

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>>1380

I always come back to check this thread for your new posts, and I am never disappointed. I wondered a few times that as science moves us into a digital reality, will the replication of magic by science, still be magic? Is a digital tulpa, still a tulpa? Will we have greater abilities than the mages of yesteryear, or will we only be handicapped?




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 No.1206[Reply]

Why are they so scared? Almost all Christians seem to think that literally every single magical/esoteric tradition, regardless of whether its RHP or LHP, black or white magick, is tantamount to Satanism and is therefore evil. Many if not most even think working with angels, who they are theoretically meant to revere, in an occult context is somehow evil. They usually rationalise it along the lines of "the occult is dangerous, don't mess with it". Sure, magick is dangerous if you aren't careful or do retarded shit, but by the same reasoning they would never drive a car or use the internet.

I know there are some Christian occultists, but why are the vast majority so afraid and morally repulsed by even white RHP magick to the extent that whenever they accidentally succeed in doing it they think its a "miracle" only the Christian god could have done whenever he selectively chooses. In a way I kind of admire any Christian occultists out there for sticking it out despite the sheer ignorance and vitriol most of their co-religionists display regarding any and all matters esoteric.

I'd imagine the situation is similar if probably more actively hostile within Islam (with the possible exception of Sufism), but my first hand experience is only with Christianity.

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 No.1409

>>1206

Militant traditionalist christian here, maybe I can answer your question.

We believe all other religions and unorthodox beliefs are an affront to Christendom and should be annihilated with extreme prejudice. Even though that covers and extremely broad range of religions and beliefs, they are all heretical and therefore all equally dangerous.


 No.1411

>>1409

Not all practices within the occult are unorthodox.


 No.1417

>>1409

The last your ilk had your way over Europe,the Dark Ages were happening.


 No.1421

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>>1417

The dark ages were the best ages.


 No.1422

>>1421

Some of the best alchemists and magicians were monks during that time period.




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 No.1419[Reply]

This film is dripping with esoteric wisdom. Anyone else see it?

 No.1420

>>1419

Never even saw it advertised. It will not be playing in my area most likely. I am in a small town, so unless the movie is a an 80s remake or another Marvel movie, it hardly makes to our theatre. Without spoilers, what did you think of the movie overall?




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 No.1405[Reply]

What do they mean? I've had lots of them, but they never amount to anything.

 No.1406

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Boy did you come to the wrong place.

>pic from dumblr

>asking questions pertaining to the ideas of the erroneous disenchanter, Carl Jung

I bet you're part of a "coven". I also bet you worship some pantheon, but only see them as your own mental archetypes in order to give you a self-righteous wicca boner.

Insults aside, I can see you're asking a serious question. I just can't take it as such, because Carl Jung was (in my view) a complete idiot with no real understanding of the occult. He was yet another figure floating through the mainstream, misinforming the masses, and using bullcrap freudian psychology to manipulate aspiring occultists. Most of which all have their roots in wicca, so they end up staying there.

I'm just warning you against prescribing yourself to false ideas, or becoming a blissfully ignorant sycophant to figures whom you've never seen.


 No.1408

>>1406

Okay, lets say you're right. What are these meaningful coincidences? What do they mean? Like, two days ago, I had a very specific dream about certain people who I hadn't seen or heard from in months, and then when I woke up, I thought it was a weird dream. Then later in the day I got an email from said people. And lots of stuff like that has happened in my life. What does it all mean, what are these events?


 No.1418

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 No.1404[Reply]

Please send all esoteric manuals, religious texts and supernatural manifestos to 7245053 at proton mail dot com.

This service is for archival and historical purposes only.

Please redistribute this message to all fringe and paranormal communities.

 No.1407

How do we benefit from this exchange?


 No.1410

>>1407

Exactly what I was thinking.




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 No.26[Reply]

Can anyone tell me about alchemy? I've done some research into it and out of all the magickal practices it seems the most logical, and I'm considering trying it. So, has anyone here tried it? Or does anyone know about it?
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 No.1091

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Found these decent articles for beginners on this pretty informative site.

http://ethekarius.wixsite.com/alchemy

He really does do a good job in explaining the most basic equipment needed. It is possible to do Alchemy on a budget, but never place safety on a budget.


 No.1095

>>1059

Solved part of the puzzle for Parachemy at least. Not in pdf, but just as good.

http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~panopus/parachemy/parachemy.htm


 No.1096

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>>1095

Same site has Essentia as well. Took me a bit as they haven't updated the archive section in some time. The site is Paracelsus College in Australia, which is still active. So Parachemy and Essentia both down, only need The Stone and The Hermetic Journal.

http://homepages.ihug.com.au/~panopus/essentia/essentia.htm


 No.1402

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Adding a few extra Dubuis videos.


 No.1403

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.



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 No.1352[Reply]

I just finished reading The book of Aquarius. what do you think about it? I heard the method for making the stone described there is faulty. has anyone managed to make the stone? or get close to it? what book describes the process more truly?

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 No.1393

>>1358

>So the plant stone can cure any disease?

Not exactly in the way you are probably thinking. It is not a "cure" but more or less a medicine for the balancing of the energetic body. It can made and offered to others in a pill form, much the same way as an ens or a tincture. The fabled "Red Stone" is seen by many as the "Stone of Immortality" and as such is said to be a universal cure. The Red Stone is the completion of the Great Work, and because of that we can only theorize and speculate as to what results from it.

>And what's a menstruum?

A menstruum is simply the solvent being used. Primarily in the beginning of Spagyrics, the most common menstruum is a strong alcohol like Everclear or some type of Brandy. These menstruums represent the Spirit(Mercury) carrying away the Essential Oils(Sulfur) from the Plant Body(Salt). In time you will learn to make your own Brandy and other menstruums, so that when you break down a plant into its three essentials, you will be using a solvent pertaining to that plant. The Circulata Minor is a very special type of solvent that works extremely fast.

I suppose that still sounds rather cumbersome. So imagine dumping dried Rosemary into a mason jar. You want the oils, but don't have a distillation setup, so you dump a bunch of Everclear(menstruum) on it and leave it for a month. When you come back you strain all the liquid off, and you have your essential oil tied up with your menstruum.


 No.1394

>>1371

>have any of you sages been successful in the art?

The art is a long term work with a lot of trial and error. I have made products which had an affect upon me. I think that is the best pay off, you get to make a lot of neat stuff in the beginning. I have shelves full of tinctures and wine that I need to eventually finish off. However, as you move along a bit further in the work, the tasks take longer and are more strenuous both spiritually and financially. Like with any other spiritual work, some progress at different speeds and there are no shortcuts.

>>1371

>>1378

>acceleration of nature

We never push nature faster than she is willing to go. Dubuis put it rather succinct in The Experience on Eternity which is here https://www.scribd.com/document/79381419/Dubuis-Jean-The-Experience-of-Eternity as I cannot locate a pdf. I thought there was one on here in one of the threads. Anyway, I think Dubuis gives a good Alchemical presentation of the descent and return of matter from his perspective, which would be far better than I could present.


 No.1395

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>>1394

Scratch the scribd site. I knew it was posted on here somewhere. Found it here >>666. Those digits, kek. But this is the direct link.

http://www.portaelucis.fr/GB/html/publications/eternite.htm


 No.1400

>>1394

Dubuis was an excellent lab teacher, however I hardly think Eternity is his highest achievment, that being reserved for his work, Fundamentals of Esoterism, which I did in fact work through a couple years back. The problem with Eternity is that I KNOW one does not have to wait for opportune planetary or seasonal conditions to contact the HGA and 'experience eternity', nor does it make a difference in lab work either.


 No.1401

>>1400

Dubuis saw it as his "highest achievement." I think he mentioned it somewhere. I have a two tape vhs lecture of his on Eternity put out by PON and I think he goes into the history of his work building Eternity. The beauty of Eternity is that it is the completion and replacement of the spagyrics and mineral previous works. That was hinted within the first couple of pages.

I agree that one does't need to work through Eternity to have the experience of the supernals, but it is a concise system and Dubuis builds well enough off the Golden Chain, that his cosmology is refreshing at least to me. The main thing to remember is that Dubuis was not only condensing down heavier outdated Western occult theory, he was also condensing down the cost and maintenance of a full blown lab. Most students seek Alchemy for the spiritual work and not so much for how many jars they can fit into their cupboard, or how much the next custom piece will take out of their paycheck. So in that respect, I really like the work and I wish Dubuis could have just had a book completely on theory. How I wish I would have been able to attain a lecture. Did we ever post the recordings from those lectures on here?




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 No.1114[Reply]

This is a great article for beginners to read. While it speaks from the Alchemical path, a few words need only be replaced to make pertinent for any esoteric path.

http://www.angelfire.com/nb/alchemy/bullshit.htm

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 No.1363

>>1362

I have been away for a bit, are you wanting more info on Spagyrics and Alchemy?


 No.1382

>>1114

I just wanted to thank you for posting that short essay. I found it to be really helpful in dwindling down a lot of the bullshit occultist reading material in my pdf library, mostly the Crowley and Blatvasky stuff. Along with a lot of stuff that was clearly written by /x/ minded individuals. Coming from /fringe/ (sadly), I have to say I was getting tired of all the skitzos and misinfo goons. The place is a total mess. It's much more comfy here, I feel like I can breath and think when browsing this board.


 No.1384

>>1382

I always liked that paper. There are still a few more goodies buried in the author's old website http://www.angelfire.com/nb/alchemy/contents.htm. It reallly is hard, especially on /fringe/ to ask questions and not get bombarded with a ton of crap information, most of which I suspect was deliberate disinfo. I think the original aim of /occult/ was to have an honest area of actual help and discussion. We just never attracted too many people.


 No.1388

>>1384

Ah, thank-you for the link.

I've had the same suspicion about some of the posters on /fringe/ as pertaining to misinfo. Take E** W* for example; he does nothing but subvert the board and use the philosophy of Hermeticism to his own ends. He's no better than a Mason, imo. He's very quick too, which is very unsettling. Imagine if he found this board to his liking. Ouch.

And that's just ONE of the shitposters on /fringe/. Yikes.

In any event, I'd trust the B.O. here over the skitzo B.O. on /fringe/, who literally gave the board over to an omegachan /pol/ admin. What a fucking mess.

I concur that this is a nice nook on this site for true occultists, or those interested in the occult. The board rules also are refreshing. This is like a quiet library to me. A place to study, share, discuss, and reflect. It's soothing in this virtual space.


 No.1399

>>1388

I left /fringe/ shortly after the last Smiley shitposting fiasco, and the exodus of that one cast of characters to fringebay or whatever it was called, so I don't seem to remember seeing that name you mention on the board. In many ways it is a lot better to have a comfy place that doesn't get a lot a traffic if it means a lot better quality posting.




 No.1365[Reply]

Offering personalized Tarot and Rune readings for any interested persons. You can visit my webpage for complete details or just take a snoop, thanks

https://smsalchemy.wixsite.com/mysite

 No.1398

>>1365

Link is broken




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 No.1349[Reply]

Aleister Crowley wrote Magick In Theory And Practice in 1929, considered by many to be the foremost book on ceremonial magic of the 20th century. What bothers me a lot about this book is chapter 12: "Of the bloody sacrifice and matters cognate", where Crowley not only condones, but encourages the sacrifice of animals, of human babies, and cannibalism.

[comments between square brackets were added by me]

"The blood is the life. This simple statement is explained by the Hindus by saying that the blood is the principal vehicle of vital Prana. There is some ground for the belief that there is a definite substance, not isolated as yet, whose presence makes all the difference between live and dead matter. We pass by with deserved contempt the pseudo-scientific experiments of American charlatans who claim to have established that weight is lost at the moment of death, and the unsupported statements of alleged clairvoyants that they have seen the soul issuing like a vapour from the mouth of persons "in articulo mortis"; but his experiences as an explorer have convinced the Master Therion that meat loses a notable portion of its nutritive value within a very few minutes after the death of the animal, and that this loss proceeds with ever-diminishing rapidity as time goes on. It is further generally conceded that live food, such as oysters, is the most rapidly assimilable and most concentrated form of energy. Laboratory experiments in food-values seem to be almost worthless, for reasons which we cannot here enter into; the general testimony of mankind appears a safer guide.

It would be unwise to condemn as irrational the practice of those savages who tear the heart and liver from an adversary, and devour them while yet warm. [CROWLEY TEACHING CANNIBALISM] In any case it was the theory of the ancient Magicians, that any living being is a storehouse of energy varying in quantity according to the size and health of the animal, and in quality according to its mental and moral character. At the death of the animal this energy is liberated suddenly.

The animal should therefore be killed within the Circle, or the Triangle, as the case may be, so that its energy cannot escape. APost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1383

>>1349

Crowley is directly responsible for the mess that Gardener created. If Crowley had actually practiced the Hermetic arts rather than going on a skitzo publishing rampage, then maybe Gardener would have had something solid to go off of, instead he got Crowley. This is only because Crowley was in the public eye at the time, so it was only natural Gardener would be attracted to Crowley's cryptic books.

It's a shame that Gerald was foolish enough to ignore other sources of hermetic teaching. I don't think it really matters, though. Crowley was a deviant, and so was Gardener. I mean, Gerald is the father of Wicca and New Age, which attracts mostly women. Why is that? Because Gerald was scoring tons of pussy by brainwashing women into believing magick will make them wealthy and youthful. Thus why so many Wiccans are interested in "money magic" and chaos magick and nearly nothing else. They couldn't care less about others.

You have Crowley to blame for all this. He was an unpracticed fool who inadvertently created a great daemon that needs to be slayed.


 No.1385

>>1383

>Crowley was a deviant, and so was Gardener. I mean, Gerald is the father of Wicca and New Age, which attracts mostly women. Why is that? Because Gerald was scoring tons of pussy by brainwashing women into believing magick will make them wealthy and youthful.

HAHA Yes I have always wanted to hear someone say this. Wicca was my door into the occult many many years ago, and I was always getting the creeper vibe from reading about Gardner.


 No.1387

>>1385

I'm glad someone agrees! I'm also joyful to hear you escaped the trappings of Wicca. It's simply the truth, though: Gerald created Wicca and influenced New Age based on his own selfish ends. All based on the research (mostly) of another deviant. Our Magick has been viewed negitively ever since, and we have those two goons to thank. As well as that gypsy whore, Blatvasky.


 No.1396

>>1383

It is true that one aught not attribute to malice what carelessness can explain. But it is my understanding that gardener was tasked specifically with the creation of a peoples thelema. A laity from which the oto could take as they pleased. The outer circle fails in all the ways in which it was intended.


 No.1397

>>1387

>Blatvasky

I never took to her either. She basically just created another cult of personality where supposed secret info would be given out if only you keep paying her money. I can't ever recall her having an original thought.

>>1396

I almost joined the OTO some years ago. They never seemed to have their act together, and that kinda pushed me away. I have been told that the A.:A.: is worth it, but which one?




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 No.1367[Reply]

Hi Occult,

I'm very interested in this stuff. But where to start?

can somebody recommend me some stuff?

Bonus for christian stuff

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 No.1373

>>1370

this. it's written by Manly Palmer Hall


 No.1374

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 No.1375

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Philospohy:

>Tree of Life by Regardie

Practice:

>The Middle Pillar by Regardie

>The One Year Manual: Twelve Steps to Spiritual Enlightenment by Regardie.

Regardie is very underated. You could start doing the Middle Pillar exercise now, it combines meditation, imaginal development and energy work into one exercise and is very useful.

After getting some results in energy bdy work (opening chakras) and developing inner vision/imaginal facuty (astral projection) you can jump to anything and personalize your practice towards your goals. Regardie is really good stuff and available in pdf all over the place, best of luck.

Also, I really enjoyed browsing Heidricks site when I began, http://www.billheidrick.com/works/heidrick.htm


 No.1376

Also if youre interested in Christain angle, you could check out Tau Malachi's work, its a very vanilla gnosticism but combines some interesting Kabbalistic perspectives and its own version of GD style practice, angel invocations, etc and the goal of Holy Guardian Angel is still there.


 No.1392

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>>1367

Lyam Thomas Christopher has a decent book entitled Kabbalah Magic based off of his informative website from back in the day. It is primarily GD based. Would probably fit in well with the recommendations from >>1375 and >>1376. Also browse through this thread >>654.

Here is the link for archive.org view of Kabbalah Magic

https://archive.org/details/KABBALAHMAGICAHDTHEGREATWORKOfSEL




 No.1359[Reply]

Is there any esoteric significance about being homosexual? Why is it so widely considered a sin? Is it only just bigotry or are there some actual reasons, forgotten or perhaps never understood by the masses, why you shouldn't suck dicks if you already have one.

Not that I have anything against gays. In fact quite the opposite is why this is bothering me.

 No.1360

maybe you should suck some to find out


 No.1379

Depends on the tradition. In many cultures queer people are known to possess certain magical abilities by nature of being 'in-between. In babylonian myth Asu-shu-namir, a queer being of light rescues the goddess Ishtar from the underworld, but in the process Asu-shu-namir and all those like he-she are cursed by Erishkegal the goddess of the underworld to a life in the shadows as the shame of the families, outcast from soceity, that the drunken shall smite their faces, and the mighty shall imprison them.

Ishtar takes pity on Asu-shu-namir and grants he-she and all those like them with the gift of prophecy the wisdom of the earth and the moon, enchantment and healing as her children and priests.


 No.1381

>>1359

This is because homosexuality is objectively a mental disease. Homosexuals are usually the most self-debased sacks of shit that have the misfortune to roam this planet like hungry wolves. Usually their homosexuality is a result of adolescent sexual abuse, or being mentally manipulated by their faggot friend(s). Usually homosexuals will take their degeneracy to the next level by willfully contracting hiv and spreading it to young men with glee. On the other hand, they will become trans and beg a dom to pozz their asshole.

Absolutely disgusting, and there's no room for something so degenerate to enter the occult.

Go clean yourself up.




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