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The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Arthur Edward Waite

Description: The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Arthur Edward Waite was originally called The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts. It is an attempt to document various famous grimoires, explain the history behind them (refuting many of the legends surrounding them), discuss the theology contained therein (e.g. raising the question why good angels would be summoned to kill an enemy), and to synthesize many famous grimoires into one system.

Chapter I: The Antiquity of Magical Rituals
Chapter II: The Rituals of Transcendental Magic
Chapter III: Composite Rituals
Chapter IV: The Rituals Of Black Magic

Chapter I: The Preparation of the Operator
Chapter II: The Initial Rites and Ceremonies
Chapter III: Concerning the Descending Hierarchy
Chapter IV: The Mysteries of Goetic Theurgy
Chapter V: Concerning the Mystery of the Sanctum Regnum
Chapter VI: The Mysteries of Infernal Evocation According to the Grand Grimoire
Chapter VII: The Method of Honorius
Chapter VIII: Miscellaneous and Minor Processes
Chapter IX: Concerning Infernal Necromancy

Another one to avoid as there was not an ounce of fun to be had. Many of these non-fic black magic documenters seem to be a pentangle short of major arcana. But such as is the way of things that someone out there, someone out where, will adore this, afterall arent these the century old equivalent of how to make a new religion

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With this book the author has assembled together a number of magical spells and treatises from a variety of obscure sources. The result is a great overview of magic from one of the most important figures in Western occultism. When critical at times of Eliphas Levi and Waite's former associate, S. MacGregor Mathers, it shows an attempt at being honest with his views on magic. He also covers many of the original early grimoires, sometimes quoting them, and points out flaws in the more recent translations of his time. This is an expanded, updated version of his previous work, The Book of Black Magic.

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. First published in as The Book of Ceremonial Magic, this classic work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of Witchcraft, Sorcery, and "Infernal Necromancy", and also explores Theurgy, the White Magic which invokes beneficent spirits. Presented in two parts, the first 'contains an analytical and critical account of the chief magical rituals known to the writer'; the second 'forms a complete Grimoire of Black Magic'. With illustrations and diagrams throughout, the author's mission, 'to permit the rituals of White and Black Magic to speak for themselves', is brilliantly accomplished in this extraordinary text. Here Waite tries to, and not too nonchalantly, prove any real black magic as uneducated superstition compared to "high ceremonial magic".

The Book of Ceremonial Magic by Arthur Edward Waite was originally called The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts. It was first published in a limited run in
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I put so much effort into making these ebooks, and would love to carry on offering them for free. However, the site really can't survive without your help. It includes the rituals of ceremonial magic, the literature, the rituals of black magic and the complete grimoires. This book is the second edition of a work which was originally called The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts. The latter designation implies that there is a Magic on the theoretical side, or, as it may be, a philosophy of the subject, and this again is of two kinds: in modern days it has embodied various attempts to provide an explanation, a working hypothesis, for alleged phenomena of the past; of old it came forward with the accent of authority and carrying the warrants of a peculiar and secret knowledge; it taught rather than explained.



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