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Ici il s'agit plutôt de "petits maîtres" aux prétentions inversement proportionnelles à l'expérience effective, du style Jason Augustus Newcomb, pour ceux qui connaissent : soit un bel exemplaire de plus de jeune magicien de papier.
Comme pour un restaurant, plus la carte est riche, plus on doit se méfier...
En effet, rien de plus facile, avec un peu d'expérience, et surtout beaucoup de lectures, d'imaginer un rituel parfaitement convaincant aux yeux d'un débutant, plein de confiance naïve envers la chose écrite. Un indice : proposer un rituel d'immortalité... Ben voyons ! Soit peut-être les techniques du Pho-Wa pour tous et en quelques jours ?
Maintenant les techniques de base exposées, préliminaires en fait, restent valables, clairement énoncées et détaillées même ; ce n'est pas si mal, c'est vrai, toutefois rien de plus à attendre de cet ouvrage qui reste de base et non comme annoncé "advanced" (magickal techniques)
A trop vouloir et prétendre, on perd toute crédibilité : exit donc le Magister...
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Spiritually I was a Buddhist, Hindu and more recently started studying the Tao Teh Ching.
For me the gain of wisdom, the growth of my spirit, the overcoming of life's problems ALL happened by less "technical" means. Of course that's my path and yours may differ. As I grew older, I began to withdraw from the physical practices of LBRP, BRH, etc. I stopped utilizing the so called "weapons of the art" and triangle of art. At one time I had an entire room dedicated to the workings of Enochian magick, including a table made in the fashion of John Dee's description... wax sigil dei ameth and so forth.... YET... the most I gained was in internal work. By internal work I refer to the mental space that is established between a person and a spiritual force or energy.
This book is on internal work. A lot of details are not mentioned. In other words, some people who may not have a background in magick might feel there isn't enough detail. The author in many areas provides a skeleton work for which the user must know how to plug in their own pieces to get things working.
The magick techniques here are not so much how to circumambulate, draw a symbol, sigil or memorize tables of correspondences... although the Grimoire is closer to that type of physical work (where you call to the directions with specific "words of power.") I don't feel drawn to that part of the work - but it's there if it calls to you. Much of the techniques of this work utilize imagination and breath work. It combines eastern and western techniques. When I read this, it inspired me. It told me that I was on a path that others have naturally been on as well... While my techniques may differ, I found they had some great ideas (like for banishing), so I adopted some of their techniques into my own practice. They are amazing.
As I grow older I feel less drawn to the Western practices and more geared to the Eastern. I like this as the first 90% of the book is more about the magicians will and use of imagination and breath to the work. The later 10% deals with weapons of art and such.
I think the authors would do better to create their own society or order and relay greater details in a systematic approach. The tables they use seem awkward at times and the data in the table cells is minimal.
**If you have a background in Magick and/or Eastern Mysticism it's no problem as you can fill in the gaps with experience. If you don't... well, you might feel lost I suppose. But this is targeting advanced users of magick and mysticism.**
In my opinion, Mr Wennergren’s book would be a welcome addition to the library of any magician, occultist or pagan who has learned some of the fundamentals of energy work and magic, and who has a certain level of discipline over their mind and emotions.
Buy the book – it is worth it!
For example, "working with magickal tools"
1. Select the tool: Select an item that is stylistically and pragmatically suited to the use of the tool.
2. Apply Symbols (optional): Paint, carve, or etch a symbol or group of symbols onto the tool.
3. Banish the Tool: cleanse the tool of any unwanted energies.
Steps 4-13 are phrased a lot like these first 3.
Pretty much, if you know how to do the unsupported/undetailed aspects of all the steps, then you probably already have a resource for doing the things. If you already have a resource, then you don't need this one.
WHY 3 stars? The author did a lot of work, and some people may find something new they never considered doing. This tome is replete with ideas, and all of the topics are tabled, in order. He also gives a functional schema for his systems (Chapter 1).
Chapters 2 and 3 contain tabled, non-how-to activities, including:
etheric perception/ communication/ reading,
Alternative banishing techniques
several descriptions of divination/ remote viewing
working with spirits
working with magickal substances (oils, powders, incense, candles, potions, washes, talismans, amulets)
chants/words of power
immortality magick (a kicker he doesn't explain the how-to on this one...)
Chapter 4 is a "grimoire", but it does not contain the how-to things for the earlier chapters. For example, "This technique may be performed with minimal gestures and whispered or internalized chants if desired."
Get this if you want a "highway map" of things.
Keep in mind: plotting a path on a map is not the same as writing a directory on how to get from A to B, much less than actually traversing the land.