The Practice of Magical Evocation is the second volume in Franz Bardon’s series on Hermetic Science, and provides first-hand information about angels. for these. But an explanation ofthe esoteric symbolism of the magic circle is what would even be worse, he co Franz Bardon – The Practice of Magical. 1. 2. Practice of Magical Evocation – Merkur Edition – If you like this electronic copy, please consider buying the original from htt:// or.
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Such a force, however, can only be exerted without danger by a magician who has a clean heart and a noble soul. Allison Dale rated it really liked it May 06, Since this fact is known only to a few initiates, many evocations in which the exteriorisation of a being is planned go astray. For this purpose, the magic mirror is either placed into the triangle, or what is of even greater advantage, fixed to the upper point of the triangle, on its outside.
A magician must always be conscious of the fact that all magical aids or magical instruments symbolize the most sacrosanct laws and must therefore be dealt with in the same manner as one would deal with sacred relics. Only in a very restricted number of cases may operations of ritual magic be carried out under normal artificial light, since physical electricity has a disturbing effect on the astral oscillation which, at the time of the operations, is vibrating in the room or place used for that purpose.
God, the creator of the universe, has not created anything unclean or evil.
The procedure followed by an oriental magician when forming a magic circle is of no use to an occidental magician, because his ideas of the Divine and the Infinite are quite different from those of the magician from practicd East. In case of the exteriorisation of his whole mental body, he can take with him not only the mental shape of his magic wand with all its qualities into the mental plane but also the mental shape of all magic implements and aids, and there he is able to operate as if he were present with his whole physical body to carry out the operations.
The Practice of Magical Evocation
The magic sword usually serves as an implement in those cases where the magician wishes to exert a certain compulsory or forceable influence on a power or being, usually quite against its will. Ian Apperley rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Other spirits can teach you things like heating up someone so fast and instantly that they burn to a crisp if you ever are in true danger of your life and need it, ways to destroy entire cities, creating severe natural disasters like volcano eruptions and such.
The magician wealthy enough for financial considerations not to matter can use, instead of the fluid condenser, a condenser made of semi-precious stones. This does not mean that they run this trident through the souls in hell, as is sometimes wrongly assumed by foolish people, but that their influence works on all three worlds: We are in possession of old Egyptian papyrus rolls giving instructions on how to bring about the necessary concentration on the magic space, but since their symbols have been misinterpreted they have either dropped out of use or been completely misunderstood.
The genuine magician who wants to get behind the problems of the magical evocation need not fear that he will only have a partial success, or no success at all.
The Practice of Magical Evocation by Franz Bardon.
The reader will also learn about the significance of the magic circle, the magic triangle, the magic censer, the magic mirror, the magic lamp, the magic wand, the magic robe, and other magical aids as well as the proper instruction of ritual magic. Merkur Pub Co; 2nd edition August 28, Language: The magician will realize the more extensive his reading, the greater his intellectual capacity and the larger his store of knowledge happens to be, the more complicated his ritual and magic circle will be in order to furnish bagdon support for his spiritual consciousness, which then will make possible 15 an easier connection of the microcosm and the macrocosm in the centre of the circle.
The same applies to all the other magical bardkn because they symbolize spiritual powers, laws kagical attributes.
Besides this, all other measures must be taken, like, for instance, the insulation of the rod with white silk, its mxgical keeping and so on. The magic lamp is the symbol of enlightenment, cognition, experience, intuition and the inner light; in short, all symbolic analogies of the light are represented by the magic lamp.
All this is directed by the magician’s will. The trident, like the sword or dagger, is a means of coercion.
The true magician will therefore never underestimate the negative, but he will also not baddon it. They not only were fully acquainted with the synthesis of their own but of all other religions, rvocation.
The lamp therefore has to be covered with dark- blue celophane paper or with a piece of silk of that colour, thus creating a blue light. Though a wand made of ash-wood may be used as a magic wand for all magical operations the magician, when carrying out operations of ritual magic, will only charge it for the purpose of curing people.
To get into contact with powers and beings and to make them visible. Faustus and Mephistopheles is a striking example. Rock-crystal, again, is a very good fluid condenser for the magnetic fluid. The Akasha-colour can be used as mmagical universal light, in which case the lamp must have a violet colour.
Looking for beautiful books? But he can also 20 use a piece of blotting paper impregnated with the fluid condenser and relevantly charged for the manifestation egocation the power or being to be called up. Chapter 2 Magical Aids Although a true magician can achieve everything with his own powers — which he has earned without any other help as a result of his spiritual maturity during his magical development — it is his choice to make extensive use of ceremonial magic and all the aids that belong magucal it.