Personality refinement is a precursor to serious spiritual work. Through techniques of pathworking (guided meditation), your imagination can shine a magic mirror on your personality. This inner landscape reveals your world as your unconscious sees it - a perspective that enables you to make dramatic changes, even to the point of rooting out neuroses and recovering from psychological trauma. Become the ruler of your own Inner Kingdom with pathworking information that has been in the hands of the the Western Mystery schools for centuries. Nick Farrell unveils this secret material along with his own extensive research into imagination and mind magic.
Imagination is our inner vision, our human skill to see different realities. It can take us to the throne of God, it can connect us to the stream of infinity and allow us to see the universe for what it really is. Controlled use of the imagination is fundamental to magical practice, and this comprehensive study by an experienced practitioner provides the keys to understanding and using these powerful inner techniques. Based on Nick Farrell's previous book Magical Pathworking, this greatly revised and expanded edition includes new chapters which further develop the techniques of pathworking for magical and spiritual purposes. It covers group work, divination, visiting other inner world dimens...
Includes information on what talismans are and how they work; a brief history of talismans in the Western Magical tradition; how to use names of power, angels, magical languages, and color magic; how to draw talismans, consecrate them, and even destroy them.
The Shem Grimoire is a complete ritual magical system fusing the Golden Dawn and Solomonic ritual magic techniques with those of Jewish Cabbalistic mysticism and Tarot. This is powerful system developed by the Chief Adept of the Magical Order of the Aurora Aurea as his personal system and is being made public for the first time. It unlocks the Shem Ha-Memphoresh and Angelic lore of the Shem and provides the secrets behind the Minor Keys of the Tarot and provides a spiritual path for those who truly wish it work with those divine agents behind the universe.
Experience the Primal Spiritual Path of Ancient Egypt The spiritual traditions of Ancient Egypt are well documented and are at the forefront of the Western Mystery and Magical Tradition. But they are a gloss over a more primal "shamanic" tradition which gets to the essence of Nature and its relationship with humanity, life and death. This book is a practical manual for those who wish to explore that primal spirituality using Egyptian symbolism. As Egypt was one of the village cultures, so Egyptian shamanism was one of the first to operate in an urban environment, making its techniques suitable for modern times. Egyptian Shaman paints the picture of what it was like to be a village priest in ...
The Hermetic Tablet is a bi-annual Journal of Western Ritual Magic where people, from all traditions, share their experiences. Some of the contributors are well known names in the occult field, while others are just those who want to share knowledge and experiences with the public. This issue includes articles written by the following writers: Jake Stratton-Kent, Aaron Leitch, Nick Farrell, Chris Newton, Jayne Gibson, Tony Fuller, Ina Custers-Van Bergen, Morgan Drake Eckstein, and Spencer M. Graves. The Journal covers subjects all related to Western Ritual Magic, including Goetia, Golden Dawn, Wicca, Theurgy, Angelic Magic, Ancient Egypt, and pagan ritual. There is something for anyone, from all spiritual traditions who wants to know about practical Western Ritual Magic.
In an era of chaos magick, and more focus on individual attainment, it would initially seem like a book on maintaining occult groups would be obsolete. In most cases, this would be true; but Nick Farrell's light-hearted approach to occult groups is a highly recommended, refreshing look at group work. This isn't a book about the O.T.O. or the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. This is about group work in all its forms, and Farrell - having been involved in many over his occult career - takes many different angles into consideration while disseminating his ideas on group dynamics.Nick Farrell takes us through the trivialities of the occult lodge political system, examining the many facets of each individual personality type and how they relate to the group dynamic. Farrell dissects various scenarios that commonly occur during group work, and shows ideal ways to deal with them should they arise in your own group.
Andrew, an English programmer, living alone in Bulgaria, finds out he is the next evolution of humanity and has to save the world before a mysterious being slows down time into a single dull moment. Andrew is forced on a quest through time and alternative realities to find God, whose true name is Jeff. Guided by his Holy Guardian Angel, Tigger, the patron angel of computers and things that are designed to blow up, his journey goes through Hell and out the other side. He meets demons, the Triple Goddess, finds out the secret of Avebury, Jeff's reason for creating the universe and above all the answer to the question "if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around, does it make a sound?" An archaic romp through time, space and philosophy reminiscent of Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, or a bloke who has eaten too many strange mushrooms on an empty stomach.
The Hermetic Tablet is a bi-annual Journal of Western Ritual Magic where people, from all traditions, share their experiences. Some of the contributors are well known names in the occult field, while others are just those who want to share knowledge and experiences with the public. This issue includes articles written by the following writers: Jake Stratton-Kent, Aaron Leitch, Nick Farrell, Annie Horniman, Chris Newton, Jayne Gibson, Tony Fuller, Ina Custers-Van Bergen, Morgan Drake Eckstein, and Spencer M. Graves. The Journal covers subjects all related to Western Ritual Magic, including Goetia, Golden Dawn, Wicca, Theurgy, Angelic Magic, Ancient Egypt, and pagan ritual. There is something for anyone, from all spiritual traditions who wants to know about practical Western Ritual Magic."
This book contains a modern magical technique based on the esoteric bedrock of he Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead. This work was compiled by the Chief Adept of the Magical Order of the Aurora Aurea, Nick Farrell. This book as a limited distribution because it is innovative modern magic which works and is based on a manuscript which has previously only been available to adepts in his Order. Farrell is also concerned that many modern readers can't handle what this system will force them to deal with. Using spirit vision, and active imagination techniques, this book takes the reader through a serious of magical ordeals before finally uniting them with their Higher Self. It has similarities in its goals to the Judaeo-Christian Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage but its methods are focused on Ancient Egypt