He also has a degree in Peace and Conflict Studies. The spiritual experiences of his childhood led him to the pursuit and practice of occultism. He has been studying the magic of the Middle East for close to twenty years. Frances Harrison practiced Golden Dawn magic for twenty-four years before leaving that tradition behind to embrace the more ancient roots of the Western Mystery Tradition. She is also an initiate of the Beni Aur and a devotee of the Goddess for close to thirty years. She is a founding member of the Magic Society of the White Flame.
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He also has a degree in Peace and Conflict Studies. The spiritual experiences of his childhood led him to the pursuit and practice of occultism. He has been studying the magic of the Middle East for close to twenty years. Frances Harrison practiced Golden Dawn magic for twenty-four years before leaving that tradition behind to embrace the more ancient roots of the Western Mystery Tradition. She is also an initiate of the Beni Aur and a devotee of the Goddess for close to thirty years.
She is a founding member of the Magic Society of the White Flame. She is also senior editor at Ishtar Publishing. The authors possess one of the largest libraries of ancient magic, written in Arabic and Persian, in North America. They currently dedicate their time to the translation and transmission of this ancient corpus.
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Best stories will win a free book. Winners chosen monthly! Sublime in its spiritual conceptions and pursuits of human development, yet it is practical with its arsenal of earthly spells for dealing with day to day problems. It is applicable for spiritual or mundane matters, elaborate ceremonies of initiation or nature celebrations, the path of love or the development of personal power, for helping oneself and assisting humanity and nature.
The secrets of the tradition you are about to explore in this book were previously the pursuit only of those willing to travel and seek initiation in the exotic lands of the Orient. Western history is riddled with tales of the few masters who made pilgrimages to North Africa, Turkey and the Middle East, seeking the lost pearls of those masters, whose lasting legacy continued to tantalize them. Times are changing and, with this book, this amazing corpus of knowledge has become more accessible to all sincere seekers.
Our world is facing many crises of our own making. There is a need to look beyond the barriers of language, race, and religion to rescue humanity from its descent into a clash of civilizations and its disconnection from Spirit and nature. Sacred magic provides potent tools that each one of us can use to reconnect with the eternal currents of Light and to create our small piece of paradise in this world. Magic is a path of wisdom and being.
Sacred magic emphasizes the power of Spirit in our world and the essentiality of love as a cosmic force that not only connects us as human beings, but also with other living and celestial agents. Truly, it is a path of peace, knowledge, and love. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Dedication With the greatest eternal love to these amazing magical women: Sonya Nieman, for being a true mistress of love and life.
Karen Stankunas, for radiating so much love and innocence. Rita Pulera, for her determination to overcome all challenges. Prinny Stephens, for being there as a friend for so many years. I also dedicate this work to all my wonderful students who stood by me through thick and thin as this book came to be and to the memory of our beloved brother Joseph Lacey.
Nineveh I wish to dedicate this book to my father, Leo Fierce and to my dear sisters Dusty, Anita, Cherie, and Nonnie, who have gone before and who taught me to look for the secret nature of all things, and to my children, Kathleen and Jesse, who taught me patience and wonder.
For thousands of years our way of life has existed all over the world, and it continues to exist, even in this modern age of high-tech wizardry and industrialization. For various reasons, over the last few hundred years magic lost its glamor and became limited to fringe seekers of ancient wisdom. Things are changing and magic is slowly becoming more mainstream again and is being brought to public awareness through the modern media.
There is a deep hunger for the tales of wizards of old to be true. They continue to practice the ancient ways silently, experiencing the miracles our ancestors talked about. The reason magic continues to exist is because it is real and it works. It is time that you experienced this for yourself. A few hundred years ago, possession of a book like this would have been grounds for burning at the stake.
Now, occult and magic books fill the shelves of many mainstream bookstores. As abundant as the books on modern magic are, there are still few magicians. In time this could also change, but that depends on whether or not people such as yourself can have valid experiences that convince you to embrace magic as a way of life.
For that to happen, we need to return to the original foundation of magic as a real objective art rather than a form of ritual-psychology and mind power. The next step should be for magicians to use their magic to benefit the world around them and to help their community with their knowledge. And if I am.
And if not now, when? We can give you magic that not only benefits you spiritually, emotionally, and physically, but also allows you to reach out to those around you and make a difference in the world. This book will challenge you and push you into new frontiers, but throughout its pages is practical magic that can change your life and, if you wish, make the world a better place.
The techniques and rituals in this book will remain only words on paper until you put them into practice. They practice and live their magic year after year. As the theoretical study of religion rarely produces a profound religious experience, the theoretical study of magic rarely produces a real magical experience.
You have to practice magic to truly be a magician. If you are new to magic, you may wonder what keeps us committed to this way of life. This differs from person to person, since magicians are extremely individualistic in nature. However, we will share with you our own reasons. We have continued to practice magic over the years because it remains one of the most important spiritual disciplines available to humankind today.
It provides us first and foremost with the tools to experience, on a personal level, many spiritual wonders, mystical experiences, illumination, personal awakening, spiritual encounters, and much more. The experiences of the prophets and sages of the past come to life in our own day-to-day events. Magic also provides us with tools that allow us to live in harmony with the spirit of nature, tools with which we can transcend barriers of difference and prejudice and with which we can mature on numerous levels.
It gives us a system that helps us to manage many of the obstacles and issues in our material existence, from finding the right partner to healing. We practice it because we love it and it gives us joy that is hard to describe. Magic is the path of wisdom and it is the path of love. Magic is an advanced spiritual path that can bring about personal illumination and in that is a tremendous abundance of living power. In the past, if you wanted to learn magic, you would seek out a magus. You would apprentice under this magician for a number of years and learn your craft.
This is still the preferred way. People join magical orders, covens, or guilds and learn magic within an established community under the tutelage of teachers. Magicians band together in groups formed around local temples and some tend to move around in search for the perfect group.
Personal disappointment bundled togeth2. This would be fine if we lived in cities with thousands of magicians and lots of social support. This is not the case and this path is lonely as it is, without our isolating ourselves from others on it. We need magical temples even more now than we did in the recent past. The world is seeing the rise of religious zealots who would like to push us back into dark times.
Magical lodges are important places for magicians to band together and protect their way of life. Even though they are not perfect, such lodges continue to serve as sources of living teachers to students of the occult. As the number of books on the market increases, beginners are getting bombarded with conflicting information.
It takes years to sift through the rough for the diamonds, time better served in the practice of magic. Good teachers can provide the much needed experiential guidance that few books can provide. Still, books and magic are entwined. The linguistic origin of magic is in the root word Magus, which means wise one and stems from the ancient Persian language.
In actuality, books have been the primary means of preserving our heritage over the centuries. There are still few or no alternate sources of media that serve the needs of magicians. Books and now the Web will continue to hold that special place for the foreseeable future. Possibly, you already are a magician and when you picked up this book, you were just searching for new information.
That is fine too. This book is designed to serve as a magical reference as well as a primer. Throughout the book we will be presenting our craft from the perspective of a newcomer to magic, so if you are experienced, keep this in mind.
Another difference between this book and others of a like nature is that we present a grass roots approach to our craft. Even though the ancient techniques we are presenting have been slightly modified for modern Western sensibilities, they retain their original spirit and efficacy. Magic has a living organic tradition, but it is a tradition. The first step in becoming a magician is not to memorize rituals or learn spells, but to develop a new way of thinking.
The practice of Tai Chi without belief in Chi will only take you so far, if far at all. There are those that believe in high versus low magic, and those that divide magic into 3. There are also those who view magic through the lens of Jungian psychology or mentalism and argue that ninety percent of magic is psychology.
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Title: Magic that works by nineveh shadrach, Author: My books Pdf This would be fine if we lived in cities with thousands of magicians and.. Our readers knew they were in for a treat. Sages and prophets nineveu these techniques to create amazing talismans and even bring clay golems to life. These secrets were known to both ancient Jewish and Sufi mystics, who guarded them for hundreds of years. My collaboration with Ishtar Publishing is yielding new fruits. I should point out that although Zumrud was used mainly to refer to Emeralds, it was sometimes used as another name for aquamarine.
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