The Nine Doors Of Midgard

Author : Edred Thorsson
ISBN : 0971204489
Genre : Religion
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The Nine Doors of Midgard is a complete course of study in self-transformation through the Runes. It been used by the initiates of the Rune-Gild since 1980. The graded steps offer a systematic and traditional approach to inner Rune-work. The author, Edred Thorsson (Stephen Flowers, PhD), is the world's leading authority on esoteric runelore.
Category: Religion

Ritual Magic

Author : Donald Tyson
ISBN : 0875428304
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Discover how magic—real magic—can change your life with The Truth About Ritual Magic by Donald Tyson. Magic is real. It can give you inner peace and self-confidence, personal magnetism, the power to attain your goals, and a true understanding of your self and your place in the universe. This book is your gateway to understanding a powerful and once-secret art: ·Discover what you can expect from ritual magic—and what not to expect ·Find out how ritual magic can change your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual being through opening a channel to your Higher Self ·Explore the use of song, chants, dance, and special postures and breathing in ritual magic ·Learn about the basic instruments of ritual magic: altar, magic circle, lamp, elemental symbols, robe, wand, sword, athame, and ring ·Practice a simple ritual to awaken your magical perception of the world ·Awaken your magical perception As a creative, potent force, magic has been an important part of human civilization for millennia. The power to shape the world still lies within each of us. The Truth About Ritual Magic is your key to deciphering the mystery of ritual magic—and your own latent magical powers.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Icelandic Magic

Author : Stephen E. Flowers
ISBN : 9781620554067
Genre : Religion
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A practical guide to the magical systems of pre-Christian Iceland • Reveals spells and workings drawn directly from surviving magical books from the 16th to 20th century preserved at the National Library in Reykjavík • Explores the history of magic in Iceland through original translations of Icelandic folktales about famous magicians and about legendary grimoires, such as the Galdrabók, the oldest and most complete book of its kind • Explains how to personalize the spells through the creation of unique signs and symbols based on the mythic names of Odin and Icelandic magical alphabets During the Christianization of Europe in the Middle Ages, many books of magic were lost as the ancient pagan traditions were suppressed. But in Iceland the practice of recording magical spells in books continued in secret for centuries, on a scale not seen elsewhere. Now housed in the National Library in Reykjavík, these surviving grimoires, which represent only a hundredth of what was lost, reveal a rich magical tradition that continued to evolve into the 20th century. Drawing directly from the actual surviving Icelandic books of magic, Stephen Flowers presents a complete system of magic based on Icelandic lore and magical practices from the 16th century onward. He explores the history of magic in Iceland in pagan and early Christian times and reveals specific practical techniques and ritual templates that readers can adapt to their unique purposes. Illustrating traditional Icelandic magical practices and the Icelanders’ attitudes toward them, he shares original translations of Icelandic folktales about famous magicians, such as the legend of Gray-Skin, and about legendary grimoires, such as the Galdrabók, the oldest and most complete book of its kind. After initiating the reader into the grammar and symbols of Icelandic magic through history and lore, Flowers then presents an extensive catalog of actual spells and magical workings from the historical Icelandic books of magic. These examples provide ready-made forms for practical experimentation as well as an exemplary guide on how to create signs and symbols for more personalized magical work. The author also includes guidance on creating unique magical signs from the 100 mythic names of Odin, which he translates and interprets magically, and from Icelandic magical alphabets, symbols that connect Icelandic magic to the ancient runic tradition.
Category: Religion

Western Esotericism In Scandinavia

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ISBN : 9789004325968
Genre : Religion
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Western Esotericism in Scandinavia is a detailed encyclopaedic work covering all major esoteric currents in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
Category: Religion

Goddess Of The North

Author : Lynda C. Welch
ISBN : 157863170X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 64.32 MB
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A thorough, academic look at the past, present, and future of Norse polytheism. Welch highlights many Norse goddesses as well as other divine females of the Norse pantheon - Valkyries, Norns, Giantesses, Disir - and in a straightforward manner, makes a definitive case for the primordial goddess.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Sirius Workings Vol 3

Author : The Esoteric Order of Beelzebub
ISBN : 9781304313119
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Gods Of The Blood

Author : Mattias Gardell
ISBN : 0822330717
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 58.50 MB
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DIVAn ethnographic study of the development of racist paganism in the United States during the 1990s, examining the economic, cultural, and political developments racist paganism reacts to or makes use of./div
Category: Political Science


Author : Jan Fries
ISBN : 3901134182
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