Adventures in Sex Magick

Adventures in Sex Magick

Author: Damon Brand

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1500940593

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 82

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Sex magick is the fastest and most powerful way to change your life. Whether you want to work alone, with a partner or in groups this book shows you how to go on an adventure with the power of lust. With unique rituals, secret seals and a new method for shifting reality, you get to control the way your life unfolds. Sex magick is easy and probably the most fun you can have while exploring the occult. Ideal for beginners, with plenty of new material for magickal experts.

Babalon

Babalon

Author: Seth Cardorra

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1546670467

Category:

Page: 158

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The Scarlet Woman. The Red Goddess. The Girl Next Door. She is the female sexual impulse, the liberated woman, the one who is totally in charge. She's got some things to say, some sweet moves to teach, and some magick and enchantment to bestow. If you've got the fuel then she's got the spark, so whether you strap on or strap in, it's time to get funky. In the crazy wisdom tradition of sassy seminal works like the Principia Discordia and the Illuminatus Trilogy we are treated to the hawt and harrowing journey of Prophet Dick as he has a particularly raunchy and enlightening encounter with the ultimate sexual power. Herein you will find wisdom, spells, and a complete spiritual system that has been gently simmered in the sauce of destiny and presented to you in the most alluring and enticing form possible. Enjoy, achieve gnosis, find ultimate power, and when it's all over don't forget to tip your server and wash your hands.

The Best of the Equinox, Sex Magick

The Best of the Equinox, Sex Magick

Author: Aleister Crowley

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781609259303

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 160

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Selections from writings of Aleister Crowley on sex magick as published famed magical journal the Equiniox. The Equinox, in print from 1909-1919, was a magical journal published by Aleister Crowley and included Crowley's own A...A... laws, rituals and rites, reviews, and magical works by other important practitioners. Much of this material was collected by Israel Regardie and published in the massive Gems from the Equinox (1974). Now, renowned scholar and U.S. Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O. Lon Milo DuQuette presents readers with his own selections from this classic publication, The Best of the Equinox. Volume III of the series presents perhaps the most controversial of esoteric subjects, sex magick. Once Aleister Crowley grasped the fundamentals of sexual magick, he came to understood it to be the key that unlocks the secrets of the universe. He dedicated the entire second half of his life to exploring its mysteries. This volume presents the bulk of Crowley's written works on the subject and includes “The Gnostic Mass,” “Energized Enthusiasm,” “Liber A'ash,” “Liber Chath,” and “Liber Stellae Rubeae.”

Images from the Gallery of Magick: Book One

Images from the Gallery of Magick: Book One

Author: Damon Brand

Publisher:

ISBN: 1507703848

Category:

Page: 178

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This book contains 77 sigils, seals and talismans, each printed on its own page (with nothing on the back), so you can use them easily in rituals. It was designed to be used by magickal workers who are familiar with Damon Brand's first seven books, released by The Gallery of Magick. This book contains all the ritual images from Magickal Cashbook, Wealth Magick, Magickal Angels, Magickal Seduction, Adventures In Sex Magick, The Magickal Job Seeker and Words of Power.You can photocopy the images, use them directly in the book or even cut the book up and use the sigils in your magickal work.Images that contain color - such as the red central seal on the sigils from Magickal Angels - have been printed with color. The book also contains colored versions of the Magickal Cashbook sigils, to help them blend with your cashbook, along with the newly revised version of the Nitika sigil.This book is not essential for students of Damon Brand, but was requested by many readers, because they lack quality printers, or because they wanted high-quality copies of the sigils.

Trash, Sex, Magic

Trash, Sex, Magic

Author: Jennifer Stevenson

Publisher: Small Beer Press

ISBN: 9781931520911

Category: FICTION

Page: 292

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A Midsummer Night's Dream transported to the woods of Illinois.

Transformative Witchcraft

Transformative Witchcraft

Author: Jason Mankey

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738758329

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 408

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Beyond the Taboos, the Power of Magick Awaits The rites and rituals of Witchcraft are life-changing experiences, but they are also steeped in mystery. Transformative Witchcraft delves into some of the most persistent mysteries of the Craft and provides insightful guidance for raising and directing magickal energy in accordance with your desires. Jason Mankey distills his decades of experience as he shares practical wisdom for raising a cone of power and detailed insights into creating powerful rituals for dedications, initiations, and elevations. In his chapter on drawing down the moon, he provides a vivid exploration of invocation and the subtle nuances in preparation and execution that can take the ritual to its most magisterial heights. This book also discusses one of the most mysterious of all the magickal rituals—the Great Rite. Whether you're interested in the Great Rite in token or in truth, there is much to be gleaned from the experiences related here on a topic that is frequently treated as taboo in much of the magickal literature. Direct experience with the divine and the potent energies of magick are defining experiences in a life of Witchcraft. Filled with compelling personal stories, a fascinating brief history of modern Wicca and Witchcraft, striking original rituals, and a wealth of tips and techniques, this book provides the beginning or intermediate Witch with the practical and theoretical keys they need to unlock the mysteries of the Craft. Praise: "A remarkable and refreshing exploration that is a must-read for anyone exploring contemporary Wicca and Witchcraft. Through a combination of in-depth historical research and charming personal narrative, Jason Mankey provides candid insight into important rituals and practices that are often glossed over or minimally explained in other texts."—Laura Tempest Zakroff, author of Sigil Witchery and Weave the Liminal "Transformative Witchcraft by Jason Mankey finds the perfect balance between the core teachings of magical tradition and the fresh cutting-edge magic of the modern witch. This well researched book digs deep exploring the foundations of witchcraft in a conversational and honest tone that makes the witchcraft mysteries accessible and current."—Mickie Mueller, author of The Witch's Mirror and Llewellyn's Little Book of Halloween

Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture

Aspects of the Performative in Medieval Culture

Author: Manuele Gragnolati

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110222470

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 327

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The volume assesses performative structures within a variety of medieval forms of textuality, from vernacular literature to records of parliamentary proceedings, from prayer books to musical composition. Three issues are central to the volume: the role of ritual speech acts; the way in which authorship can be seen as created within medieval texts rather than as a given category; finally, phenomena of voice, created and situated between citation and repetition, especially in forms which appropriate and transform literary tradition. The volume encompasses articles by historians and musicologists as well as literary scholars. It spans European literature from the West (French, German, Italian) to the East (Church Slavonic), vernacular and Latin; it contrasts modes of liturgical meditation in the Western and Eastern Church with secular plays and songs, and it brings together studies on the character of ‛voice’ in major medieval authors such as Dante with examples of Dante-reception in the early twentieth century.

Ostara

Ostara

Author: Edain McCoy

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738700827

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 198

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From coloring eggs with natural plant dyes to spring cleaning rituals to spells for love and lust, this book helps readers connect with the spirit of the Ostara festival and incorporate its rituals and customs, both ancient and new, into their own Ostara celebrations. Illustrations.

L.A. Adventures

L.A. Adventures

Author: David Madsen

Publisher: LA Electric Travel

ISBN: 9780985088538

Category: California, Southern

Page: 278

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Offers a broad range of diverse destinations within walking or bicycling distance of stations on L.A.'s six Metro Rail lines, all accessible with a $5 day pass and no freeway traffic!

The Dictionary of the Esoteric

The Dictionary of the Esoteric

Author: Nevill Drury

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.

ISBN: 8120819896

Category: Mysticism

Page: 344

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With ovear 3000 cross-referenced entries this is an invaluable reference to the mystical and esoteric traditions. It gives succinct definitions in the fields of magic hermeticism, alchemy, spiritualism, parapsychology, eastern and western mysticism, mind and consciousness research divination, tarot, and a variety of less welll-known subjects. It also features biographies of leading figures in the field with details of their lives, philosophies and writings- from astrologer Evangeline Adams to the prophet Zarathustra.

Aleister Crowley in America

Aleister Crowley in America

Author: Tobias Churton

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781620556313

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 768

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An exploration of Crowley’s relationship with the United States • Details Crowley’s travels, passions, literary and artistic endeavors, sex magick, and psychedelic experimentation • Investigates Crowley’s undercover intelligence adventures that actively promoted U.S. involvement in WWI • Includes an abundance of previously unpublished letters and diaries Occultist, magician, poet, painter, and writer Aleister Crowley’s three sojourns in America sealed both his notoriety and his lasting influence. Using previously unpublished diaries and letters, Tobias Churton traces Crowley’s extensive travels through America and his quest to implant a new magical and spiritual consciousness in the United States, while working to undermine Germany’s propaganda campaign to keep the United States out of World War I. Masterfully recreating turn-of-the-century America in all its startling strangeness, Churton explains how Crowley arrived in New York amid dramatic circumstances in 1900. After other travels, in 1914 Crowley returned to the U.S. and stayed for five years: turbulent years that changed him, the world, and the face of occultism forever. Diving deeply into Crowley’s 5-year stay, we meet artists, writers, spies, and government agents as we uncover Crowley’s complex work for British and U.S. intelligence agencies. Exploring Crowley’s involvement with the birth of the Greenwich Village radical art scene, we discover his relations with writers Sinclair Lewis and Theodore Dreiser and artists John Butler Yeats, Leon Engers Kennedy, and Robert Winthrop Chanler while living and lecturing on now-vanished “Genius Row.” We experience his love affairs and share Crowley’s hard times in New Orleans and his return to health, magical dynamism, and the most colorful sex life in America. We examine his controversial political stunts, his role in the sinking of the passenger ship Lusitania, his making of the “Elixir of Life” in 1915, his psychedelic experimentation, his prolific literary achievements, and his run-in with Detroit Freemasonry. We also witness Crowley’s influence on Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and rocket fuel genius Jack Parsons. We learn why J. Edgar Hoover wouldn’t let Crowley back in the country and why the FBI raided Crowley’s organization in LA. Offering a 20th-century history of the occult movement in the United States, Churton shows how Crowley’s U.S. visits laid the groundwork for the establishment of his syncretic “religion” of Thelema and the now flourishing OTO, as well as how Crowley’s final wish was to have his ashes scattered in the Hamptons.

The Path of Return Trilogy: Jamayah: Adventures on the Path of Return, Collateral Karma, Letters from the Afterworld

The Path of Return Trilogy: Jamayah: Adventures on the Path of Return, Collateral Karma, Letters from the Afterworld

Author: T. L. Orcutt

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 9781457506765

Category: Fiction

Page: 804

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The Path of Return Trilogy is a remarkable literary contribution outside the commercial romance and detective formulas - a raw tale painted with heartfelt humor which captures the innocence of imagination and the mystical forces that navigate life. In the first novel, Jamayah: Adventures on the Path of Return, baby-boomer Bob Kramer arrives in mid-life crisis with a job loss and recent divorce. Jamayah, an unlikely cosmopolitan guru, mysteriously recruits Bob as an initiate on the Path of Return - a fusion of wisdom traditions tempered toward paranormal mastery and cosmic awareness. The progressively intense challenge is how Bob will reconcile his scientific skepticism in a mystical adventure that embraces a strip bar and the horrors of war. In the end, Bob returns to ordinary life, but feels detached, alone, and indifferent - a malaise Jamayah reframes as having passed a sacred rite of passage. The sequel, Collateral Karma, opens after Rickshaw Lubowski (formerly Bob Kramer) has ditched the Path of Return in search of more tangible things - like sex, occultism, and sorcery. As a result, he becomes the target of a curse cast by the evil leader of a ceremonial cult who practices ritual sex and black magick. Rickshaw's descent into the world of sensation and desire incurs mysterious nightmares all too real, starting with the obsessively expected death of his new fiance. Desperate, he meets a blind fortuneteller who knows more about his destiny than anyone should and with whom he falls in love. Only when he loses touch with reality does his mentor, Jamayah, appear. Together, they join forces with shamanic sorcerers to reverse the deadly curse. The last novel in the series, Letters from the Afterworld, begins with Rickshaw reminiscing about his marriage to Crystal a year before. Rickshaw attends a seance in Los Angeles conducted by a medium with a gift for automatic writing and receives a channeled letter for his friend Murdock. Evidently, Murdock is on a soul recall list for people whose souls prematurely inhabited their selected bodies. Other friends of Rickshaw have dreams of the same recall letters and incur near fatal illnesses and accidents. Jamayah distrusts the source of the afterworld letters and believes hybrid souls (who formerly incarnated on an alien planet), are exploiting humans for metabolic enzymes through enzymatic blood transfusions. Stakes are raised when Rattlesnake Dan and Murdock are kidnapped and a ten year old boy is murdered. Finally, Rickshaw, Jamayah, SBL, Weird Willie, Raoul, Juan, Apollo, and Billy the Kid mobilize the Cosmic Rangers with the pledge of liberty and justice for all."