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post Aug 18 2006, 12:37 PM
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I do not have as massive amount of books as some members,
but books I am most pleased of are:

"From Inferno to ZOS" by A.O.Spare
"Initiation into hermetics" by Franz Bardon
"High Magic" by Frater U.D.
"Three books of occult philosophy" by Cornellius Agrippa
"The witch-cult in Western Europe" by Margareth Murray
"The pleasure garden of shadows" by Daniel A. Schulke

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post Oct 4 2006, 01:36 AM
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QUOTE(Frater F.A.M.E. @ May 9 2006, 03:48 PM) *
The cover style is the one Amazon gives when they don't have the cover of the actual book.


Actually it is the cover style of Kessinger Publishing (http://www.kessingerpublishing.com/), a company that puts back in print many old mystical / occult / etc. books. Have a few myself...


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post Oct 4 2006, 04:20 AM
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A short list of some books I've read lately & found alright.

**The Book On Palo-Baba Raul Canizares
**Santeria; the religion-Migene Gonzale wippler
**Secrets of the magical grimoires-Aaron leitch
**Northern Magic-Edred Thorsson
**Northern Mysteries & magick-Freya Aswynn
**The key to solomon's key- Mr.Duquette
**Portable Magic-Donald Tyson
**The Poisons and antidotes sourcebook-Carol Turkingson (Ok, not really magic, but still good for anyone who works alot with herbs).
**City magick-Christopher penczak


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post Oct 4 2006, 04:32 AM
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"wow, everyone's bookself is soo impressive, I only have 3 printed books, the rest are digital."

Hello, i read your post and im curious- where did you get your digital books from?
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post Oct 4 2006, 05:11 AM
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QUOTE(water @ Oct 4 2006, 03:36 AM) *
Actually it is the cover style of Kessinger Publishing (http://www.kessingerpublishing.com/), a company that puts back in print many old mystical / occult / etc. books. Have a few myself...


Interesting, thank you for that info friend (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif) I was under the impression that Amazon just did what they wanted with the cover if they didn't have the original. My cover's look like the other two books I posted (Advanced Course in Yogi Philosophy and Fourteen Lessons in Yogi Philosophy)

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QUOTE(GaiusOctavian @ Oct 4 2006, 06:20 AM) *
A short list of some books I've read lately & found alright.

**Santeria; the religion-Migene Gonzale wippler

**City magick-Christopher penczak


I actually forgot to include that first book when I posted my collection to this list. My girlfriend gave it to me. It's good. The second book I've been looking at at my local library for about 4 years now, lol! I've been intending to buy it, or at least read it for that long. Must be time, lol!


QUOTE(Kutulu @ Oct 4 2006, 06:32 AM) *
"wow, everyone's bookself is soo impressive, I only have 3 printed books, the rest are digital."

Hello, i read your post and im curious- where did you get your digital books from?
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I actually forgot to include that first book when I posted my collection to this list. My girlfriend gave it to me. It's good. The second book I've been looking at at my local library for about 4 years now, lol! I've been intending to buy it, or at least read it for that long. Must be time, lol!
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The second book, in my opinion, isn't a buy. It's an alright read, but nothing you'd want to keep in your collection to go back to.

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QUOTE(GaiusOctavian @ Oct 4 2006, 09:01 AM) *
The second book, in my opinion, isn't a buy. It's an alright read, but nothing you'd want to keep in your collection to go back to.

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Must be why I've been "intending" for so long, lol! I'm going to borrow it from my Library and give it a whirl sometime. The subject matter (according to reviews) is interesting, and perhaps I could gain an idea or two.

But to be honest, I probably won't get to it for awhile...again, lol!

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The more magickal idiots I meet, the more I like my library. Here is my updated pile, because I like to brag!

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The lady can't type a paragraph without drawing in a crazy, controversial social issue. I get insight about various Pagan groups, but I feel she's a bit biased.

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A good reference book, gives a lot of background on Western magick. Has useful tables included.

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One of the best books on chakras and healing I've ever read. BUT I LOST IT AND I HAVEN'T FOUND ANOTHER COPY!!! ARGH!

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Decent introductory work into chaos magick.

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I'm still not done reading this! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/bounce.gif)

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A very abridged, non-magickal introduction to the Kaballah. It has lots of pretty pictures. Wee!

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An interesting look into Alexandrian Witchcraft.

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Haven't read this yet. I own this older version, as opposed to the newer one.

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I've only read part of this book so far, and I've learned quite a few things :-)

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Very good intro to magick!

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Very useful, I incorporated the magick squares into a lot of my ritual work and sigil-making.

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It helps having a bit of Ceremonial background before reading this. This book is great for weaning one off of reading the booklet that comes with tarot decks :-)

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It is my opinion that Regardie is a pompous, arrogant, self-righteous prick who excels at being an armchair magician and little more. I only found his "Golden Dawn" book to be of any use.

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This treatise is rather fluffy, but it's highly useful. Roderick teaches the powerful tool of shadow journeying, which leads to a gold-mine of soul-searching, working out inner problems, and self-discovery.

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Shaw provides information on a variety of obscure topics, but only at a glance. It's a useful reference if you need to know something quick, but don't expect in-depth philosophical debates. Some of the illustrations are low quality.

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Haven't read this just yet.

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This book was rather light on the breadth and depth of shamanism, but the magickal techniques are very useful.

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Some useful material, but the work is very biased. Tyson writes like a judgemental jerk, and the information is very simplistic.

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This fun read has some VERY useful tables and correspondences. My only drawback is, Oberon plays the black-and-white morality theme way too strongly, and some of the information is misinformed and biased. He displays blatant intolerance against Satanists, which makes this occultist of many years look ignorant on the most basic religious understandings of tolerance.

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Has some useful techniques on magick. Belanger takes an interesting stance by defending psychic vampires as a valid spiritual path. However, the rest of the work is strongly slanted towards her own psychic vampire community, and is completely useless - I repeat, COMPLETELY USELESS - unless you are a part of House Khepru. I personally think the Kheprian views on magick are complete mis-informed hogwash, but hey - that is my opinion. If you like House Khepru, go nuts, man.

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Haven't read this yet, but from what I've glanced through, Huson sounds like a pretty dour guy.

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I'm currently reading this. I'm still in the beginning. Brennan sounds a bit fluffy, but the information she provides is priceless.

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Very useful reference to many aspects of basic magick.

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Utter crap. I found the first 20 pages to be mildly useful, and the rest is just tossing b.s. There is little solid information here.

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Haven't read these yet.

"A Witches' Runes" by Susan Sheppard: Haven't read this yet.

"Moon Magick" by D.J. Conway: Haven't read this yet.

"The Art of Sexual Magic" by Margot Anand: Haven't finished this yet, but so far the author gives sound advice. This isn't a 42-positions book, but the author gives sound, practical advice so far.

"The Book of Secrets" by Osho: Haven't finished this yet, but damn, it takes 5 minutes to digest each paragraph. There is just SO MUCH to learn!

"The Celestine Prophecy" by James Redfield: Bad plot, bad writing, but this work of fiction gives some very sound beginnings on spiritual awareness and searching for the meaning of existence. Doesn't give the complete answers to the meaning of existence, but it's a good place to start. Very useful for anyone.

"The Golden Bough" by Sir James G. Frazer: I started reading the Golden Bough 7 years ago, but stopped halfway through when I got sick of his arrogance. I might pick it up again some day.

"Witch Crafts" by Willow Polson: Very fun book filled with projects that are useful around the house, and in magick! When I first read through this book in a bookstore, I squealed with excitement - I squealed pretty loudly, folks - and people started looking at me funny. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)

"The New Book of Magical Names" by Phoenix McFarland: I've only flipped through this once or twice.

"The Complete Book of Astrology" by Caitlin Johnstone: Utter crap. Johnstone only glosses briefly over the entire subject of astrology. This isn't even useful for a beginner.


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post Oct 21 2006, 06:26 AM
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I only have these three books printed:
Golden Dawn Complete, Israel Regardie (This one i recommend, it's years of study and a good guide)
Sefer Yetzirah, Aryeh Kaplan (This is actually a holy book on the kabbalah and how the world was created, very advanced
not for beginners)
Talismans & Evocations of the Golden Dawn, Pat Zalewski (This book is just crap, looks like he has taken stuff out of other books and just made up his own, i regret buying this book)

And i have ALOT, HUGE archive of occult digital books, i wont bother to list them here.

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post Nov 26 2006, 05:34 PM
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Greetings All,

My so many indepth Magickal, SPiritual, and Occult Books in one place. Excellent (IMG:style_emoticons/default/book.gif)

I have been building an Occult Library for the last two years. Actually My Lady and I have been doing this. Below is a list of some of my favorites, that I would recommend to others:

"The Black Arts" by Richard Cavendish: This book gives concise descriptions of many of the methods and histories of Magickal Teachings. Chapters include Anologies and Correspondences, Gematria, the Cabalah, Astrology and others. Actually this was my first Magickal book of about 15 years ago.

"The Golden Dawn" by Israel Regardie: This book is full of Golden Dawn Initiatory Rites, Lectures, All Outer Order Initiation Rites, Information concerning Rituals for Practitioners such as LBRP, QC, LBRH and others. A definite must for any student of Ceremonial Magick.

"A Garden of Pomegranates" by Israel Regardie, Edited by Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero: This book describes teachings about the Tree of Life of the Qabalah. It covers the Ladders, the Sephiroth, and the 22 Paths. It gives Rituals and Meditations on the Banners of the East and West, and much more.

"The Middle Pillar" by Israel regardie, Edited ny Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero: This Book has helped me to be able to activate the Middle Pillar Centers within my Sphere of Sensation. It explains the various levels of balance between Mind and magic. Excellent Book

"The History of Magic" by Eliphas Levi, Translated by A.E. Waite: This book is a fine edition to a Magicians Library, yet the reader should bare in mind that Eliphas followed the Teachings of the Church and in many aspects retained the Christian teachings believing all Magial Energy was derived by the Spirit of God.

"The Book of The Law" Liber Al vel Legis" by Aleister Crowley, A must for anyone striving to live according to their True Will. It must be understood though that to many Thelemites this book is the last word, also keep in mind it uses a lot of Symbology.

"The Egyptian Book of The Dead", by E. A. Wallis Budge: This book is full of Funerary and Burial Customs of the Egyptians. The Golden Dawn Neophyte Initiation uses an example of the 42 Negative Confession in the Hall of Ma'at, also the O.T.O. Ritual Aleph by Bill Heidrick uses the guidelines of the 42 Negative Confessions.

"Magick in Theory and Practice" by Aleister Crowley: A Must for students striving for a clearer understanding of Ceremonial and Initiatory Magick.This book is full of Magickal Formula, Rituals, and Workings.

"Chaldean Magic" by Francois Lenormant: This hard to get ahold of book explains the Origin and development of Chaldean Magic.It speaks of Chaldaen Daemonology, the comparison between Egyptian and Chaldaen Magic, and lists many of the Translated Texts found in the area of Old Mesopotamia on Cuneiforn Tablets. Indepth and Informative.

"The Book of The Sacred Magic of Abramelin The Mage" by S. L. MacGregor Mathers: An idepth Magical Tomb which gives direction in the seeking and obtaining of the Holy Guardian Angel. A plus in discovering the course of the True Will. However I steer away from the many uses of Christianized Liturgy which it contains.

"Liber 777 and Other Qabalistic Writings" by Aleister Crowley: A well sourced Book of Magickal Correspondneces, contains Gematria, and the Sepher Sepheroth. A must have for Magickal Practitioners of Higher Magicks.

"The Magick of Aleister Crowley" by Lon Milo Duquette: This is an indepth handbook of Rituals of the Thelemic O.T.O. as founded by Crowley. Full of Rituals, and contains many Liber of Crowley's such as Liber Samekh. Of Practical Use for Advanced Students.

Thank you for allowing me to share some of my Favorite Books with the group. I don't suggest to anyone that they rush out and buy any of the books that I have listed. I was merely sharing some of the Interests and Impressions that I have gained through the Study of these Books.

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Hi everyone,

Wow, some pretty impressive collections. Rather than repeat what people have posted, I thought I would point out 2 books that I have found immensely resourceful and am surprised not to see them on any of the lists.

1. “The Secret Doctrine of the Kabbalah” by Leonara Leet- I know the title is cheesy and the book jacket even more so; however, I believe that this is single-handedly one of the most sophisticated studies on the Kabbalah from a learned and highly respected scholar. Not an easy read, but well worth it. Covers geometry, astronomy, harmonics, and physics within the spiritual tradition… mind blowing at times. On the flip side, I have found Leet’s other books convoluted and relying heavily on a linear (entirely Jewish) development of the Kabbalah- but this one is a gem. If you have read ( and can follow) Aryeh Kaplan’s works, I guarantee you will love this book… who knows, you might learn something not taught in the more popular and often watered-down Kabbalistic tomes.

2. “Temple and Contemplation” by Henry Corbin – Another masterpiece. Corbin lays out the metaphysical and mystical foundations of Shiite hermeneutics. Even if your are not interested in Islam, the parallels that can be drawn between esoteric Islam and the Kabbalah are fascinating. If you are not familiar with Corbin, I suggest you look him up on Google, some of his essays are available for free download.

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So far, my modest collection is thus:

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky:
The Secret Doctrine 1: Cosmogenesis
The Secret Doctrine 2: Anthropogenesis
Studies in Occultism

C. W. Leadbetter
How Theosophy Came To Me (Signed by the author)

Jean Overton Fuller
Blavatsky and her teachers

Annie Besant
Some Problems in Life
Seven Religions
The Mind Of Annie Besant

McGregor Matthews
The Kabbalah

Dion Fortune
Esoteric orders and their work and the Training of an initiate.

Arthur Edward Waite
The Pictorial Key to the Tarot

Mouni Sadhu
The Tarot, a contemporary course in Hermetic Occultism

There are a good twenty or so Tarot books that I haven't mentioned, as well as a couple of Theosophical works. Most of the other books I have are Buddhist scriptures, such as the Dhammapadda, Siddhama Pundarrikka and the Tibettan Book of the Dead...


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I'm not about to post my whole collection. If I did all of you guys would be here all year. I've got a walk-in closet stuffed w/books as well as multiple bookshelves crammed to capacity, so... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/black eye.gif)

Anyways, here are a few of my faves:

Magic in Theory and Practice - Crowley
The Golden Dawn - Israel Regardie
How to Make and Use Talismans - Regardie
Witchcraft, Magic, and Alchemy - Grillot de Givry
Most stuff by Anna Riva. Yeah, they're cookbooks, but they're also quite useful in a pinch
The Black Arts - Richard Cavendish
Necronomicon (+Spellbook, to me they're a set) - Simon
Lesser Key of Solomon
Greater Key of Solomon
Grimore of Armadel
Three Books of Occult Philosophy - Annotated by Tyson
Egyptian Magic - Budge. There's another book on Egyptian magic by Bob Brier which I have found most useful.
Gems from the Equinox

The rest are miscellaneous more than anything. Some range from the 'WTF?' infomerical-type stuff to scholarly works. Basically if I don't have it, and it looks interesting, it finds a way to wind up on my bookshelf.

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I just counted and I have 168 occult books in the study, and that is after I threw out the rubbish when I moved last year.

My favourites/pride and joys are probably:

A range of Austin Spare stuff like limited edition Fulgur Press items and some exhibition catalogues.
A mint first edition hardback of Valiente's "Witchcraft".
My copies of "Book 4" (the big one) and Gems from the Equinox, which is out of print here.
My signed and dedicated copy of Frater UD's "Ice Magick".
My copy of the Greek Magical Papyri.
My signed and dedicated copy of Duquette's "Magick of Thelema"...which is one of the most useful books I own.
My Golden Hoard press books.
The Book of the Law.

Oh, and the Complete Enochian Dictionary. Another that I couldn't live without.


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I wont even try to list the library up here. How about what im reading at the moment.

"The Emerald Tablet; Alchemy for personnal transformation". Dennis william Hauck.

Plus i picked up "essential golden dawn" but have yet to start it.


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Greetings,

In the last month I have added three new books to my Occult/Magickal Library that I would recommend to any Ceremonial Magician.

1. "Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires," by Aaron Leitch

2. "Inner Order Teachings of The Golden Dawn," by Pat Zalewski

3. "The Secret Rituals of The O.T.O." by Francis King

So far I am enjoying all three, and I plan to study them more extensively as I have time in between College Classes.

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My Personal Occult Library

1907 diary fragments
Alchemy key
Anatomy of the body of god
Angelmas
Apikorsus
Ars almadel
Ars paulina
Basics of magick, The
Book gates
Book of ceremonial magic
Books of the apocrypha, The
Chaldean oracles
Chalice of ecstasy, The
Chymical wedding of christian rosenkreutz, The
Conjuration of the four elements, The
Crystal vision through crystal gazing
Doctrine of transcendental magic, The
Doors of perception, The
Egyptian book of dead
Eleusis
Faustus
Foundations of taoist practice
Gardnerian book of shadows
Ggolden chain of homer
Gilmore decision
Grand grimoire, The
Greater key of solomon part 1, The
Greater key of solomon part 2, The
Greater key of solomon part 3, The
Grimoire of armadel
Grimoire of turiel
Grimoirum verum
Heptameron
Heptameron or, magical elements
Hieroglyphic monad
Hieroglyphic monad, The
Legemeton i, ars noes
Legemeton ii, ars notoria
Legemeton iv, ars almadel
Legemeton v, ars nova
Lemegeton iii, ars notor
Libellus jesuitus
Liber 777
Liber MMM
Liber nicht
Liber thirtyone
Necronomicon, The
Occult chemistry
Occult philosophy book i
Occult philosophy book ii
Occult philosophy book iii
Occult philosophy book iv
On holly pentacles
Pentagram rituals
Philosophers stone, The
Qablah
Qablah 4 beginners
Rosicrucian manifesto, The
Sacred magic of abramelin the mage book 1, The
Sacred magic of abramelin the mage book 2, The
Sacred magic of abramelin the mage book 3, The
Sacred magic of abramelin the mage pt 1
Sacred magic of abramelin the mage pt 2
Shiva
Sigils in theory and practice
Six keys of eudoxos
Spiritual wisdom of the ancients, The
Springvale
Supplement to sepher sephiroth, part 1
Supplement to sepher sephiroth, part 2
Supreme revelation of cosmic consciousness, The
Sword of time
Tables of correspondences &
Tannhauser
Tao Teh Ching
Testament of magdalen blair by aleister crowley, The
Testment of solomon
Twelve keys
Vampire codex, The
XXXI hymns to the star goddess who is not by frater achad


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The light of [this] self-knowledge alone illumines all experiences. It shines by its own light.
This inner light appears to be outside and to illumine external objects.

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Mine included, Before the Christian burning crusade led by my mother,


Some snippets from the Sepher Raziel Hamalach
"Kundalini and the Chakras"
Kuji kiri and Kuji In Instructions
The Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Henry Cornelius Agrippa von Nettensheim (yes it was destroyed) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/angry_pissed_off_emoticon.gif)
Collected philosophies of O-sensei Morihei Ueshiba, implementor of Aikido
The Necronomicon
Various Alchemical works
Tantric Techniques
As well as a collection of rare herbs, essences, and oils.


What survived...

The Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy by Henry Cornelius Agrippa von Nettensheim
Various theses and theories based on Gematria and Mathematic Esoterica by myself (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smartass.gif)
The Psychic Vampire Codex


What I am currently working on:

The Nymphonomicon (a parody) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/uglyhammer.gif)


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These are what I use:



The Power of Intention by Dr. Wayne Dyer -- This is the book that introduced me to magick. (Personally, I found his methods physically and mentally exhausting. They involve chanting affirmations while in a deep state of meditation. That's all very well and good ... provided you only have ONE affirmation that you would like to use at any given time! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/dots.gif) )




The Secret
by Rhonda Byrne -- An improvement on Dyer. I found the methods this book employs to be much more efficient than Dyer's (And hence, far less physically taxing on Yours Truly. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/spoton.gif) )


Instant Magick by Christopher Penczak -- For me, this book expanded upon what I learned in "The Secret". It's taken me places that I don't think even Rhonda Byrne could've even conceived of!


Spell Castings: Practical Magick For Daily Life by Sister Moon -- I use this more for inspiration than for practical spellwork (Too much junk you have to buy -- plus, who wants to wait until Mercury is in transit to get down to business? (IMG:style_emoticons/default/tomato.gif) )


Before You Cast A Spell by Carl McColman -- Very useful. It deals a lot with the ethics of magick. I would highly recommend this book to someone who's just starting out as a magickal practitioner.



QUOTE(WyrdScience @ Jan 21 2007, 09:55 PM) *
Mine included, Before the Christian burning crusade led by my mother,



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That's gotta suck. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sad.gif)

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Too many to list, as I am a bibliophile, which led me to occult practice I'll list the crowley stuff and a few others and since i dont believe in E-books all these are the real deal on my dusty wicker bookcase thats is collapsing from the weight:

((most tiles bought used from EBAY or Amazon, last 3 years))

Aleister Crowley:

Liber ABA
Book 4
AHA
Book of Thoth
Collected works 1 and 3
Commentaries on the Holy Books
The Holy Books
777
Confessions
Diaries - tunisia
Tao te Ching
the Vision and the Voice
Eight Lectures on Yoga
General Principles of Astrology
Book of Lies
Law is for All
Magick without Tears
Liber ALeph
Heart of the Master
Gems from the Equinox
Goetia

Mathers
Book of the Sacred magick of abramelin the mage

Regardie
middle pillar
eye in the triangle
Golden Dawn

Kenneth Grant
Nightside of eden
Outer Gateways
images and oracles of Austin Osman Spare

Dion Fortune
Mystical Quabalah

Peter Carrol
Liber Kaos
Liber Null & psychonaut
PsyberMagick

Phil Hine
Pseudonomicon
Condensed Chaos

Ramsey Dukes
Thundersqueak

Linda Falorio
Shadow Tarot

SImon
Necronomicon
Nec Spell book
Gates of Nec
Dead names

and a lot of New Falcon stuff, a little bit of llewelyn, a bunch david Icke and all major religious texts

Currently trying to read Michael Bertiaux Voudon Gnostic WorkBook, fairly dense stuff for my P brain
I blow about $50 a month in books. trouble is I keep buying more before I finish reading let alone comprehending the ones Ive already got

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QUOTE(chaoscrowley37 @ Jul , 04:40 PM) *
Cause, Principal, and Unity
The Cabala of Pegasus
Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast
all by Giordano Bruno
How can you go wrong with a Hermetist who was burnt at the stake by the Inquisition?

The Eneads of Plotinus--Plotinus
Grand master of the Neo-Platonists


Bruno is wonderful. Have you read any Marsilio Ficino? Amazon were fabulous in being able to locate a Latin & English edition of De Vita. Plotinus is wonderful too. Which translation(s) have you read?

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Elizabethan Magic
Enochian Magic of John Dee
Illustrated Goetia
Practical Angel Magic of Dr John Dee's Enochian Tables
Goetia - (Facsimile of the 1904 Crowley edition)
Lesser Key of Solomon (Peterson's edition)
Key of Solomon
Grimoire of Armadel
Conjuring Spirits - Claire Fanger
Forbiden Rites - Richard Kiekhefer
Picatrix (Latin edition from the Warburg Institute)
Picatrix Vol 1 - Ourobouros Press
Sworn Book of HOnorius - Heptangle
Liber Juratus Honorii - (complete edition in Latin)
Grimoire of Pope Honorius
Sixth & Seventh Books of Moses
Demonographia
Magick - Crowley
De Occulta Philosophia Libri Tres - Agrippa
Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy - Pseudo-Agrippa - includes Heptameron, Arbatel, Geomancie etc
The Book of Abramelin
The Magus - Barret
Godwin's Cabalistic Encyclopedia
777
Enochian Dictionary by Laycock
Dictionary of Angels - Davidson
A True & Faithful Relation of What Passed for Many Yeares between Dr John Dee & Some Spirits
Codex Rosae Crucis
Golden Dawn
Abramelin - Mathers edition
The Planets Within - Thomas Moore
The Book of the Angel Ratziel
Meditation & Kabbalah
Meditation & the Bible
Bahir
Sepher Yetzirah - Westcott
Sepher Yetzirah - Kaplan
Sefer Yetzirah - Kalisch
Kabbalah Denudata
Magical Philosophy - Denning & Phillips
Chalice of Ecstasy
Konx Om Pax
Vision & the Voice
Holy Books of Thelema
Book of Lies
Sword of Moses
Goetic Evocation
Archidoxes of magic
Summoning Spirits
Book of Thoth
Book of the Law
Ceremonial Magic
Secret Rituals of the OTO
Egyptian Magic
Chaldaean Oracles of Zoroaster
Chaldaean Oracles of Julianus
Splendor Solis
Alchemical Writings of Edward Kelley
Arcana Mundi
Secret Teachings of All Ages
Ancient Mystery Cults
Ancient Mysteries
Ancient Greek & Roman Necromancy
Iamblichus - On the Mysteries
Hymns of Orpheus
Sallust on the Gods & World
Plotinus - The Enneads
The Gnostic Bible
Old Testament Pseudepigrapha
Avicenna - Metaphysica
Averroes - The Incoherence of the Incoherence
The Elixir of the Gnostics
Philosophy of Illumination
Nag Hammadi Library in English
Bruno - Cabala of Pegasus, Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast,
Marsilio Ficino - Platonic Theology, De Vita
Apuleius - The Golden Ass
Ptolemy - Tetrabiblos
Secret Rituals of the OTO
Kenneth Grant - Cults of the Shadow & NIghtside of Eden

That's about it........for now.

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My only two books are Nocturnal Witchcraft and its companion volume Gothic Grimoire by Konstantinos. I love his writing style and the way he thinks. I fine author, my first two choices couldn't have been better if I say so myself.

From there I have many e-books and essays:

Crowley: Magick Without Tears and Magick in Theory and Practice

Charles G. Leland: Aradia, or a Gospel of the Witches

Translated Egyptian Book of the Dead

Paul Huson: Mastering Witchcraft

Julian Wilde:Grimoire of Chaos Magick

Benjamin Rowe: The Essential Skills of Magick

Phil Hine: Magical Use of Voice

Simon: Necronomicon Spell Book

Phillip D. Williams: Night Magick I couldn't stand to read this book, it seems like total bunk to me, but I never tried many of the rites and techniques described.

I hated it because every name of every technique had the prefix Night.

From the Night Gods to Night Breathing and Night Consciousness. When all of these are really just glorified names for everyday, generic stuff.
Night Centers = chakras...stupid stuff like that.

In the first page or two it says "I can only imagine at this point that you are about to put down this
book and run scared due to words like Night, Darkness, Dark Power, and
the title of the book itself, Night Magick." when I'm actually thinking CAN YOU CUT THE NIGHT CRAP?! Not even Nocturnal Witchcraft mentioned night/nocturnal anything, and if it did it was sensible.
Nice concept, but a horrible,horrible read.

Sorry, ranting ha, but a warning as well.

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^Hehe, I'm going to have to track down that book in Borders or something just to see if it's as bad as you say. Lemme guess, it's published by Llewellyn? They publish so much repetitive crap it's disturbing. What makes it worse is that a good chunk of it is only fit for kindling or to line the birdcage.

One author I have real problems with is Ted Andrews. His information is (usually) decent, although in Animal Speak it seems like his only sources were the Zoobooks series and stuff he himself wrote. Generally authors shouldn't quote their own works. The main problem I have with him is his writing style. Some of the way he writes would have gotten him crucified by my 5th grade English teacher with repetitive sentences that could be combined, run on sentences that should be broken up, and just generally bad writing.

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Let's see:

Austin Osman Spare : Ethos (contains the books Micrologus, Book of Pleasure, Witch Sabbath, Mind to Mind and How By A Sorcerer).

So far I've read half way through the Book of Pleasure. Not very much practical information apart from the Death Posture and the "how to make sigils" parts.
Mostly more about metaphysical philosophy / ontology. Have to read it completely a few times to post a better review.

Book of Abramelin, the new translation by Steven Guth. Differences to the old translation are for example the length of the Abramelin operation:
old transl. 6 months, new transl. 18 months! Anyone read them side by side?

Now That's What I Call Chaos Magick! by Humphries & Wayne. The first book I read about Chaos Magick. Somewhat uneven quality of writings.
Some good parts, like the one about Fotamecus. A pretty good intro to Chaos Magick, not very useful for practical applications.

Pseudonomicon by Phil Hine. Mostly focuses on the Cthulhu mythos, but still a good read about chaos magick because I like Hine's sense of humor
and his "keep your feet on the ground" attitude.

Book of the Law by Crowley. I have to read this again. And again. Didn't really give it the thought it deserves the first time.

Liber Null / Psychonaut by Carroll. A bit outdated, but still a useful book.
Secret Teachings of All Ages by Hall
Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie
Ceremonial Magic by Lisiewski
777 by Crowley
Goetia by Crowley
Greater Key of Solomon
by Mathers


The ones in italic I haven't read yet. I have a bad habit of buying more books than I can read at a time (and still give them the thought they deserve). (IMG:style_emoticons/default/blush2.gif)

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I've got a number of things, but I must say I'm very proud of my first edition copy of Azoetia and the copy of Viridarium Umbris. Presently, my work is strictly beginning Golden Dawn CM, but I know eventually I'll work deeply with those 2. Most especially Azoetia. That is no ordinary book.

Also, Liber Noctis is a great one. I've found it to be the best book for beginning magick that I've seen so far. It's way beyond the usual beginning magick publications found on the market. There's a few things in there not found in any other book, and he gives excellent advice and practical wisdom for a novice like myself. It comes across more like he's passing on his years of knowledge, hard work and experience than a how-to book. It's very inspiring.


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^^ Looks like a big one right there. V.Impresive purchse. I tip my hat to you sir. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/oldtimer.gif)

Am into the collection of things myself and hope to convert many of my blasphemous paperbacked books into early edition hardbacks when I'm a bit richer .lol. All about investing, retain their value so you're putting money into an object not throwing it away. Really have a thing for libaries, you know the REAL ones all wood furnishing and lamps not the modern plastic seats and felt carpeted ones they have around nowadays, one invokes a sence of intellectual hunility the other well... they look like kindergardens.

Have to list my books, in danger of buying too much of the same stuff, not s impressive as others but its getting there .lol.

P.s; Where are people getting their ebooks from?

Will return.

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QUOTE(ZigZag @ Apr 23 2006, 09:09 AM) *

This is my occult ebooks collection , every single ebook is downloaded for free (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
Astral:

Robert A. Monroe - journeys out of the body
Robert Peterson - Out of Body Experiences
A Course in Astral Travel
How to see and READ the AURA ( writen in word)

Israel Regardie:

The Art and Meaning of Magic - Israel Regardie
The Art of True Healing - Israel Regardie
The Philosophers Stone - Israel Regardie
The Middle Pillar - Israel Regardie
IsraelRegardie - The Tree Of Life A Study In Magic
Israel Regardie - Ceremonial Magic
The Complete Golden Dawn - Israel Regardie
ISRAEL REGARDIE - COMPLETE GOLDEN DAWN SYSTEM OF MAGIC ( better than the other above )

( i am not a AC fan) Aleister Crowley:

Aleister Crowley - Magick In Theory And Practice ( like it a bit)
Aleister Crowley - Magick Without Tears ( i dont like it realy)
Aleister Crowley - The Book Of Thoth
Aleister Crowley - Eight Lectures On Yoga
Liber ABA by Aleister Crowely
beginners guide to AC books
liber777
liber800a
Liber9
Liber AL vel Legis
Aleister Crowley - Book Of Lies
The mass of the Phoenix
AHA!
The Book of Thoth ( no pics. )

Egypt:

alexandrian book of shadows ( i dont know why i downloaded this i am not interested in this stuf)
Egyptian Magic - E. A. Wallis Budge
The Book of Gates - Translated by E. A. Wallis Budge
THE BOOK OF THE DEAD The Papyrus of Ani - Translated by E. A. Wallis Budge

Yoga:

Mukerji C A.P. - The Doctrine and Practice of Yoga
Yoga Asans I & II
Natures Finer Forces The Science of Breath - Rama Prasad
Science of Breath by Yogi Ramacharaka
Hatha Yoga by Yogi Ramachraka
Maha Yoga
The Yoga of Meditation
The Book of Bhakti Magick
Religious Therapeutics - Gregory P. Fields
Bhakti Yoga - Swami Vivekananda
Kundalini Yoga - Sri Swami Sivananda
Rajayoga - Swami Vivekananda
THE SCIENCE OF PRANAYAMA - Sri Swami Sivananda
A Series of Lessons in Gnani Yoga - Yogi Ramacharaka
John Dee:

John Dee - Mysteriorum Liber Primus
John Dee - Mysteriorum Liber Secundus
John Dee - Mysteriorum Liber Tertius
The Rosicrucian Secrets - John Dee

Franz Bardon:

Frabato the Magician - Franz Bardon
The Practice Of Magical Evocation - Franz Bardon
The Key To The True Quabbala by Franz Bardon
initiation into hermetics by Franz Bardon

Dion Fortune:

Dion Fortune - Psychic Self Defense
Dion Fortune - The Mystical Qabalah

Qabalah:

The Mystical and Magical System of the A .'. A .'. - James A. Eshelman
Q.B.L - Frather Achad
Sepher Yetzirah - Translated from the Hebrew by Wm. Wynn Westcott
The Path of Kabbalah - Kabbalist Michael Laitman ( i dont recomend it )
Sifra Detzniyutha
Achad, The Anatomy of the Body of God
The True And Invisible Rosicrucian Order - paul Case

S.L. Mac Gregor Mathers:

The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage - Translated by S.L. Mac Gregor Mathers
The Greater Key of Solomon - Translated by S.L. Mac Gregor Mathers
KABBALA DENUDATA: THE KABBALAH UNVEILED - S. L. MACGREGOR MATHERS, translator
GOETIA ( 1 book ) - Compiled and Translated By S.L. MacGregor Mathers
Hermetics:

The Kybalion - Three Initiates

Cornelius Agrippa:

Cornelius Agrippa - three books of occult philosophy + fourth book ?
of Geomancy - Cornelius Agrippa

Eliphas Levi:

Dogma et Rituel de la Haute Magie - Eliphas Levi
Levi - Qabalah

Alchemy:

Stuart Nettelton - The Alchemy Key
The Emerald Tablet of Hermes - Multiple Translations
Basil Valentine - Twelve Keys ( Alchemy )

Grimmories:

Summoning Spirits - Konstantinos
arbatel of magick
The Seventh Book Of Moses
The Sixth Book of Moses
The Sword of Moses - Moses Gaster

Paracelsus:

Archidoxis Magicae by Paracelsus
The Treasure of Treasures by Paracelsus

Benjamin Rowe:

Enochian Temples - Rowe
A Short Course in Scrying - Benjamin Rowe
Benjamin Rowe - Comselha - An Enochian Macrocosmic Ritual
The Essential Skills of Magick - Benjamin Rowe

Divination:

The Zodical Rituals - Frater F.P. & Daleh
A short course in Scrying

Francis Barrett:

The Magus - Francis Barrett

Chaos:

Liber Null

Robert Anton Wilson:

Prometheus Rising - Robert Anton Wilson

Enochian:

The book of Enoch
Charging an Enochian Tablet
Enochian Water-Cup Invokation
The Enochian Dictionary

Hindu:

Mahabharata ( realy big )

Unknow authors:

the psions handbook ( good book)
Trithemius - The Arte Of Drawing Spirits Into Crystals
Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram
Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram
How To Control Your Brain At Will
incunabula
Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram ( two pages )
Golden Dawn Glossary

Some Magic:

The Structure Of Magic Vol II - John Grinder
The Book of Ceremonial Magic - By ARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
Manual Of Practical Magic - Samael Aun Weor
Practical Sigil Magic - Frater U.'.D.'.
Tactical Magic by Seth

Encyclopedia:

Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology - Edited by J. Gordon Melton ( vol 1 & 2)

Gospels and other Holy stuf :

Holy Blood , Holy Grail
The Gospel of Thomas
The Gospel of Mary
Gospel of Judas ( english and coptic)
Prayers

Lovecraft:

TLSB
Necronomicon - Simon

A.'.A.'.:

The Mystical and Magical System of the A .'. A .'. - James A. Eshelman

High Magic:

Techniques of High Magick by King and Skinner
wow you've read or at least own all those books and are only 15?

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I'm currently reading seership by Paschal Beverly Randolf among many others . Its mainly about black mirrors and astral sight (travel) its very old but still an interesting read. I have a great deal of other books in my collection but they are mainly ebooks or kindle . Its just so convenient.

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