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Founded upon the revolutionary premise that High Magick can be distilled to a few powerful and efficient steps, Louis T. Culling's original edition of this classic magick book broke all the rules.
Llewellyn is proud to present an updated and expanded edition of this pioneering work.
The G...B...G..., or "Great Brotherhood of God," was a magickal order founded by acclaimed magician Frater Genesthai. Louis T. Culling, one of the initial members of the G...B...G... in California, was instructed by Genesthai to reveal the Order's magickal curriculum when the time was right.
Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, publisher of Culling's original edition of this book, offers illuminating commentary, definitions, and discussion points to render these profound magickal philosophies and practices even more accessible and relevant for contemporary magickal practice. This new edition is also an interesting philosophical commentary, answering a number of questions about historical occult orders and figures like Aleister Crowley. The techniques taught in this curriculum include:
-Dream Recall and Interpretation
-Functioning in the Borderland
-Finding One's True Magickal Identity
-The Retirement Ritual
-The Invocation of Thoth
-Imprinting the I Ching on the Body
-The Three Degrees of Sex Magick
-Thelema and the Magickal Will
-Invocation of Human Quality
-The Rite of Transubstantiation
-Conversations with a God
-Magickal Offspring-the Familiar
-The Great Lunar Trances
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About the Author
Louis T. Culling was a respected magician whose contributions to modern occultism are unique. One of the initial members of the Secret Order G∴B∴G∴, he served as the head of the Southern California section of the Order. He is the author of many books, including The Pristine Yi King and Sex Magick.
Carl Llewellyn Weschcke (Minnesota) was the owner and chairman of Llewellyn Worldwide, the world's oldest and largest metaphysical publisher. He played a seminal role in the rise of Wicca and Neo-Paganism in the 1960s and 1970s and has been called "the father of New Age" for his public sponsorship of occult subjects. Weschcke also served as the 7th Past Grand Master Ordo Aurum Solis.