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Golden Dawn School of Magic and Alchemy

Golden Dawn School of Magic and Alchemy

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The Ritual Magic ManualThe Ritual Magic ManualA Complete Coursein Practical MagicA Complete Coursein Practical Magic
e-lesson edition
 
e-lesson edition
 
exclusively for students of the
 
exclusively for students of the
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The 49 Enochian Calls
by David GriffinArchon Basileus, A.+O., Chief Adept, R.R. et A.C., Imperator,H.O.G.D.
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
Outer Order of the
Rosicrucian Order of Alpha et Omega®www.golden-dawn.com
Copyright © 1999 &2008. All Rights Reserved.David Griffin
 
 Magical Rituals of the Neophyte GradeGolden Dawn School of Magic and Alchemy11
Basic Rituals
 
"And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clad with the sun, and themoon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars; and she beingwith child, cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered" (Revelation 12:1-2).
Pronunciation Symbols
The student should thoroughly familiarize him or herself with the pro-nunciation symbols given below. Although the symbols are unique tothis book, they appear in pronunciation guidelines in every Ritual andprovide the student with more precise pronunciation information thanhas ever been available before in a book on Ceremonial Magic. Theaverage student should require no more than ten or fifteen minutes to become familiar with these unique symbols. Due to the frequent use inMagic of foreign, Enochian, and unfamiliar words, the pronunciationguidlelines given in the text of the Rituals are quite helpful whenperforming Rituals.In a few instances where sounds have no exact English equivalents,examples are given from other languages. For English speakers unableto pronounce these sounds correctly, their closest English equivalentsshould be employed until the pronunciation of the correct sounds arelearned.
Vowels
Symbol Pronounce as in:â bother, cot, and father (as pro-nounced by most Americans)à day, fade, dateê bed, bet, peck è need, bleed, meetî hit, rid, tip ì kite, flight, buyò bone, thrown, knowû up, enough, toughù rule, fool, youthâù how, loud, outòè boy, coin, destroy
Shortened Vowels
In Hebrew, there exist certain half-vowels that are shortened versions of usual Hebrew vowel sounds. These Hebrew half-vowels are indicated intransliterations in this book underlined as follows, and should bevibrated only briefly. Although the distinction between regular andshortened vowels is nearly never used in contemporary, spokenHebrew, it is nonetheless interesting in Magic due to the extendedfashion in which Names are vibrated. When vibrating Names containingshortened Hebrew vowels (underlined in the pronunciation guidelines),vibrate these vowel sounds only half the length of time as other vowels,like half-notes in music.Symbol As in Name of Corresponding HebrewShortened Vowelâ always Hateph Patah

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