The Angels' Message To Humanity

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Initiate yourself into one of the most enriching and powerful systems of magick anywhere. The Angels'' Message to Humanity presents a radical, new system of 88 graded paths based on mandalas created from the five Enochian tablets. Incorporating ritual magick, creative visualization, yoga, and mantras, nothing apart from this book is needed for these initiations.

The revised pathworking rituals in The Angels'' Message to Humanity allow a magician to fully explore the Enochian ...

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Overview

Initiate yourself into one of the most enriching and powerful systems of magick anywhere. The Angels'' Message to Humanity presents a radical, new system of 88 graded paths based on mandalas created from the five Enochian tablets. Incorporating ritual magick, creative visualization, yoga, and mantras, nothing apart from this book is needed for these initiations.

The revised pathworking rituals in The Angels'' Message to Humanity allow a magician to fully explore the Enochian system of magick, alone or with others. Explore alternative methods of skrying and ritually working with the Watchtowers. Build the Enochian Cube as a powerful, three-dimensional model of the magickal universe through advanced pathworking rituals.

Geared to the intermediate or advanced magickal student, this book is divided into easy-to-read text and endnotes containing helpful references and technical information, as well as 121 illustrations and 8 color plates.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781567186055
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 9/1/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Gerald J. Schueler, Ph.D. born in Darby Pennsylvania, and his wife Betty Sherlin Schueler, Ph.D. born in Washington DC, currently reside in Maryland. Jerry is a retired systems analyst, free-lance writer, editor, and artist. Betty is a computer consultant, free-lance writer, editor and artist. The Schuelers have co-authored many articles on anthropology, computers, dogs, philosophy, science, magick, and other subjects.

Gerald Schueler and Betty Schueler have authored five other books on Enochian magick. They have also coauthored many articles on anthropology, computers, children, dogs, philosophy, magic and Theosophy. Gerald is a retired systems analyst and Betty is a computer consultant.

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