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The Secret Tradition in Goetia, including the rites and mysteries of Goetic therugy, sorcery and infernal necromancy. Completely illustrated with the original magical figures. Partial Contents: Antiquity of Magical Rituals; Rituals of Transcendental Magic; Composite Rituals; Key of Solomon; Lesser Key of Solomon; Rituals of Black Magic; Complete Grimoire; Preparation of the Operator; Initial Rites and Ceremonies; Descending Hierarchy; Mysteries of Goetic Theurgy; Mystery of the Sanctum Regnum; Method of Honorius.

Topics: Necromancy, Magic, Magicians, Guides, Illustrated, Rituals, 20th Century, and British Author

Published: Red Wheel Weiser on
ISBN: 9781609254278
List price: $21.95
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great book thanks for the infomore
This waite's "Book of ceremonial magic, and of Pacts" in the cheapest edition I could find.more
A compilation of the best/ worst of the popular grimoires from Middle Ages with a moralist agenda. Here Waite tries to, and not too nonchalantly, prove any real black magic as uneducated superstition compared to "high ceremonial magic". Possibly the very reason why Crowley mocked Waite as a self-righteous pomp (or something to same effect). Partly very uneducated superstition and partly ceremonial black magic, though the substantial content remains by far even more uneven than that of Goetia (also included, though in part only, in this title) and Lemegeton. Not a bad compilation though, there is some quite seductive threads to follow for those who won't heed a warning and/ or contempt for such unruly magic.more
Similar to his book on Tarot, Waite presents a great deal of useful information in a slightly veiled way. Pay special attention to those points which he seems to mock in particular. Waite's dry humor was often his way of pointing toward a lightly hidden nugget of truth.more
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great book thanks for the infomore
This waite's "Book of ceremonial magic, and of Pacts" in the cheapest edition I could find.more
A compilation of the best/ worst of the popular grimoires from Middle Ages with a moralist agenda. Here Waite tries to, and not too nonchalantly, prove any real black magic as uneducated superstition compared to "high ceremonial magic". Possibly the very reason why Crowley mocked Waite as a self-righteous pomp (or something to same effect). Partly very uneducated superstition and partly ceremonial black magic, though the substantial content remains by far even more uneven than that of Goetia (also included, though in part only, in this title) and Lemegeton. Not a bad compilation though, there is some quite seductive threads to follow for those who won't heed a warning and/ or contempt for such unruly magic.more
Similar to his book on Tarot, Waite presents a great deal of useful information in a slightly veiled way. Pay special attention to those points which he seems to mock in particular. Waite's dry humor was often his way of pointing toward a lightly hidden nugget of truth.more
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