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This book will give you the equivalent of a Doctorate in Renaissance Magick. Virtually all of western occultism over the past several centuries has been based upon the principles outlined within this text.
Definitely a must have! I can't recommend this book highly enough! Yes, I performed the Abramelin Rite the French version- as the German original was something of a myth at the time!
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The picture I use on my Myspace profile was taken about a month after I performed the Rite — and those are the Abramelin Robes you see. There are further pictures in the photos section of my Solomonic Yahoo Group — such as the Altar, the Oratory, the Tools, etc. As I said before, the Abramelin Rite is one manifestation of the universal formula for initiating a new Priest, Shaman or Prophet. It is foundational all the way to the core of human civilization- encoded in our very DNA.
And, among the Western Mystery Tradition, it is the only book of its kind. Not only is it relevant today, it is vitally needed! The 21st Century is wide open in the magickal- or Aeonic- sense. We need shamans and priests for the new millennium, as many as we can get and as fast as we can get them!
Otherwise, other people with their own greedy agendas will establish the new spiritual trends….
And, believe me, the idea that Abramelin is impossible in the modern world is a fantasy! The six-month version, especially, is much easier that is, less complex and involved than what a Santerian aspirant goes through to be crowned a Santo. The Santerian initiate has a much wider social support system, but Abramelin is simplified in comparison.
Could you explain the process that led you to write this work and its scope? Aaron: To begin with, I guess I have a natural interest in linguistics and etymology.
Which also explains my interest in the Qabalah. So I suppose the pump was primed, you might say. When a later expedition discovered the fully-grown man on Mars, they brought him back to Earth- where he displayed a natural ability to perform a variety of physics-defying miracles.
He claimed anyone could do these things if they just knew how- but when asked, he said he could only explain in Martian. The language they chose was Magick. As I read about Michael Smith teaching his students the concepts of Martian, I had one of those rare experiences of the Angels reaching right down and touching me. Therefore, I was going to have to do it myself… My goal was to be able to pray, invoke and speak to Angels and spirits fluently in the Angelical Tongue.
However, what transpired was a ten year! To top it all off, I have also created stand-alone essays concerning how to use Angelical in Agrippa-style occultism, how to properly pronounce the Language and even a lesson Grammar Course that will take the student from the basic principles of the Language all the way to translating English texts into Angelical.
I hope to help revive the Language in its original form, and help establish it as a significant Sacred Tongue in our magickal culture. Sorita : What advice would you give to someone who is new to magickal practice, who is wanting to explore Enochian and Grimoire related practices? The point is that you should have some magickal grounding and initiatory spiritual growth before getting into these powerful systems. Even the authors of the grimoires were often members of secret esoteric societies, or had attained certain offices or Orders within the Church.
However- I must also warn students- especially those who come from such Western initiatory traditions- to leave their assumptions behind when they come to Enochian or Solomonic magick. But, Western aspirants often bring the wrong basic assumptions into the magick. That kind of attitude will only keep the grimoires closed to you! Aaron: Whew! I think that about covers it! Without a doubt, these were some thought-provoking and insightful questions!
In LVX Aaron ————————————. Thank you Aaron for taking the time to share your views and thoughts with our visitors and for answering all my questions! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Blog at WordPress. Aaron Leitch Author Interview ——————————- Aaron Leitch is the author of Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires: The Classical Texts of Magick Deciphered a book that should interest all students of grimoire and ceremonial magick, as well as related practices. As for your question: I would say it was a lot of both!
Otherwise, other people with their own greedy agendas will establish the new spiritual trends… And, believe me, the idea that Abramelin is impossible in the modern world is a fantasy! Scholar and magician Aaron Leitch sheds light upon the greatly misunderstood subject of the medieval mage in this comprehensive reference manual. In addition, he provides valuable comparisons among the magical practices described in the grimoires and various shamanic methods of working with the spirit world. No current Talk conversations about this book. Best single theoretic review of the new grimoire tradition.
This book surprised me greatly, pleasantly so.
Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires: The Classical Texts of Magick…
The author starts off with a fairly standard history of the medieval grimoires, tracing them from the earliest remaining books, to the last of the era. He then dives into the culture of ancient Judaism, exploring the cultural appropriation of the Jewish people, and putting forth, what I consider to be, a great argument for understanding the early Jewish faith, as a Shamanistic system, and the Patriarch Prophets as Shamans.
Much of what he said here I found intellectually fascinating, and spiritually reassuring, as it brought a lot of my problems and questions with the grimoiric tradition into perspective. He explored the roles of what he terms the Prophet-Shaman, and the Temple Priest, and how they related to each other, and how the connect into the grimoiric tradition. The methodologies common to grimoires were explained in clear english, and the tools of the "trade" were discussed. The book also included several assumptions on the author's behalf, text and instructions missing from some books, and being supplemented by similar procedures in other texts.
Unfortunately the book suffered more than a few editing mistakes, spelling mistakes, paragraphing errors, and endnotes being misnumbered. While I greatly enjoyed the academic portion of the book, the author's personal outlook was confusing to me. He fully acknowledges the appropriation of Gods into YHWH, and into the tradition as Angels, Demons, and Intelligences, yet he insists on people sticking to the Judeo-Christian framework of the grimoires. He mentions that many people have issues with the grimoires and the Judeo-Christian nature of them, giving the essential advice of my paraphrasing "suck it up princess".
The author made some interesting points, about the 72 Shem-ha Mephorash, and the Goetic demons. That he feels there is a connection, but no one has ever linked them in any way that he liked, and none of the old texts have either.