The first in a series here at Esoterica exploring books of magic or grimoires. This episode takes a look at the Munich Necromancer’s Manual: the spells inside (summoning a castle, a ‘love’ spell and a spell to find buried treasure), the author and their historical context, and more books are
Jewish mysticism is one of the foundations for Western Esotericism and this video explores some of the earliest strata of those mystical texts. In the Merkaba (chariot) / Hekhalot (palaces) texts mystics describe the terrifying and awe-inspiring descent – not ascent – into the divine palaces, meet with fearsome angels,
Hey Occulties, Sorry for the hiatus. It was actually refreshing even though you all know I’m the grinch. 🤪 Sooo this year I should only be unavailable for part of Christmas Eve to part or all of Christmas Day which I’m taking off. I am back on the 26th. As always
Review: Wouter J. Hanegraaff, Western Esotericism: A Guide for the Perplexed (New York: Bloomsbury Academic: 2013). Available here: https://amzn.to/31HEsNd Reviewer: Dan Attrell www.themodernhermeticist.com Ad. Use PAYONEER to start online business Ad. Spin Rewriter 9.0 – a revolutionary article spinner producing high quality and unique articles for your websites.
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