Ra hoor khuit meaning

Ra-Hoor-Khuit meaning, in the Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley, is the manifestation of Horus of the Two Horizons. As the son of Isis and Osiris he became the warrior-slayer of Seth (Set) or Typhon, the serpent of

Hocus pocus definition and meaning

Hocus pocus is a purported magical phrase in the style of rhyming and alternating incarnations taken from grimoires. The origin of the term is uncertain, and some have come to

Haagenti demon goetia sigil

Spirits of Aleister Crowley’s Illustrated Goetia Haagenti   Rank: President Degree: 20 – 30 Zodiac sign: Cancer (night July 12 – July 21) Tarot: Four of Cups Alchemical sign: Mercury – Mercury Haagenti is the Forty-eighth Spirit,

Gusion Demon goetia

Spirits of Aleister Crowley’s Illustrated Goetia   Rank: Duke Degree: 10 – 20 Zodiac sign: Cancer (day July 2 – July 11) Tarot: Three of Cups Alchemical sign: Venus – Copper   Gusion is the Eleventh Spirit,

Aiwass demon Aleister Crowley

  Aiwass, according to Aleister Crowley, is the being who dictated to him The Book of the Law between 12 noon and 1 PM on the days of 8, 9, and 10 of

Views Solomon Magic

When the magic of Solomon is mentioned one appropriately thinks of the Biblical Solomon, son of David, King of Israel. Magical practices are ascribed to him although not mentioned in the Bible, yet

Triangle of Manifestation – Witches

The triangle of manifestation from witches is a phase that indicates the principle of magical manifestation. This basic principle is rooted in the number of three. It is a metaphysical belief

Theurgy

Theurgy (Greek, theurgeia, from theos, “gods” and ergeia, “work”) originally in ancient times theurgy served as a traditional religious purification ritual that was adopted by the magical wing of Platonism. It

Thaumaturgy

Thaumaturgy (Greek, thaumaturgeia, from thaumata, “wonders” and ergeia, “work”) is a branch of magic practiced to cause change with the sensible universe. This type of magical practice mainly concerns making a physical

Sympathetic Magic

Definition All sympathetic magic is based upon two principles: first, “likes produce likes,” or that an effect resembles it cause; and, second, that things having been in contact with each

The star chamber

The Star Chamber is a sphere of transparent crystal suspended in deep space. Necessary dimensions can be exacted to meet requirements. Entrance is through visualization of the eight-rayed chaos star

Solomons Magic Goetia

This is according to Jewish tradition which like other tradition pertaining to Solomon is mostly based on legend. Such tradition is surely suitable for magic. For example, the magick of The Goetia is based

Sixth and seventh books of moses

  This was a German magical handbook first published in Stuttgart in 1849. It became famous in American folk magic and voodoo. The text of the supposed Sixth and Seventh Books

Sahaja

Sahaja, Sanskrit, can be translated “spontaneity.” It requires relaxation during initiatory periods of trouble and turmoil; also, there is complete abandonment of all preconceived routines and learned responses. Through relaxation

sacred magic abramelin mage

acred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, frequently known as the Book of Abramelin, is steeped in Jewish exoticism. The document has become a classical text of ceremonial magick and is

Powder of Sympathy

Powder of sympathy was a remedy that by its application to a weapon, which had caused a wound, was supposed to cure or heal the injury. This method was in

Perceptual gestalts

Perceptual Gestalts may be described as one’s whole or actual sense experiences; it is the combination of each sense modality produced by each situation. For example, he might be drinking

Patchworking

In magic, this is a memory technique where the magician creates a narrative with a mythic or instructive subtext into which he steps, identifying with the experience to such a

Ordo templi orientis

Ordo Templi Orientis, Latin Order of Oriental Templars, is currently one of the largest magical orders in the world. It emerged from central European Masonry at the end of the

Odic shield

Odic shield, in magical theory and practice, is a field of etheric energy that protectively surrounds the outer edge of the human aura warding off hostile magic or assaults of spirits. Several

Obeah

Obeah is a West Indian word denoting supernatural or magical power. This power also is thought to reside in ritual objects such as balls of graveyard mixed with feathers, hair,

Ob

Ob, a Hebrew word (“sorcerer”) for serpent, is possibly from the root of the African and West Indian word obeah. It is in magical philosophy one of the three forms of fire, associated with

Nakhiel

Nakhiel, in ceremonial magic, the planetary intelligence of Sun. Its corresponding planetary spirit is Sorath. A.G.H. Source: Greer, John Michael.The New Encyclopedia of the Occult. St. Paul, MN, Llewellyn Worldwide. p. 319