[Free eBook] The Book of Ceremonial Magic

Book of Ceremonial Magic ebook

by Arthur Edward Waite This book provides a thorough and fascinating examination of the history and practice of ceremonial magic. Arthur Edward Waite covers a wide range of topics, from ancient Egyptian rituals to medieval European grimoires used to summon spirits. He also includes numerous examples of contemporary magical practices, …

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[Free eBook] The Philosophy of Natural Magic

The Philosophy of Natural Magic ebook

Henry Cornelius Agrippa’s The Philosophy of Natural Magic is one of the most insightful and detailed books on magic that I have ever read. Agrippa delves into the nature of magic and how it can be used to better our lives in this book. He covers both the theory and …

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[Free eBook] The Key of Solomon the King

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The Key of Solomon the King is a magical and occult book written in the 15th century. It is said to have been created by King Solomon, who was a master magician and sorcerer. The book includes instructions for performing various magical rituals, such as summoning demons and spirits. The …

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[Free eBook] The Lesser Key of Solomon Grimoire

The Lesser Key of Solomon ebook

The Lemegeton, also known as the Lesser Key of Solomon Grimoire, is a 17th-century grimoire attributed to King Solomon. Ars Goetia, Ars Theurgia-Goetia, Ars Paulina, Ars Almadel, and the lost fifth book Liber Malorum Spirituum seu Goeticae Praecipua comprise it. The first four books describe the 72 spirits (demons) summoned …

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[Free eBook] The Black Pullet Grimoire

The Black Pullet Grimoire is an anonymous French manuscript from around 1740. It was only later that it was dubbed The Black Pullet because of its emphasis on magical practices involving black chickens. The Black Pullet Grimoire is an enthralling and insightful book about the author’s journey into the world …

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How Enheduanna Change The Course of Literature


Enheduanna was a Pagan high priestess of the moon god Nanna in the city-state of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia. She was also a well-known poet and author who wrote hymns to various gods. Her works are among the earliest examples of female-written literature that have survived to the present day. …

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Celebrate Pagan Pride Day

Pagan Pride Day is a wonderful celebration of the diversity of the Pagan and Wiccan communities. It is an opportunity for Pagans to gather and share their beliefs with others in a positive and respectful environment. The day also promotes religious tolerance and understanding, as well as nature’s many wonders. …

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