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Verdant Gnosis

Author : Catamara Rosarium
ISBN : 1943710074
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Within this second volume of Verdant Gnosis, you will find a rich selection of international authorities on the Green Way who reveal the ways in which you can communicate deeply with the mysterious intelligence of the plant kingdom, breaking down the barriers of anthropocentric thinking that separate humanity from nature.

Herbal Alchemy

Author : Phillip Hurley
ISBN : 9780971012509
Genre : Alchemy
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Daimon And Pharmakon

Author : Erik Davis
ISBN : 1945147253
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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DAIMON and PHARMAKON contains thirteen cutting-edge essays on the contribution of psychoactive substances to occult traditions, by contemporary authors on subculture and esotericism. The book will be of interest to students of Entheogens, Occultism, Comparative Religions, Psychedelia, and the Noetic Sciences. The essays included examine the role of chemically-altered consciousness in spirituality, particularly in secret traditions of magic and occultism, and focus especially on Western esoteric traditions such as Thelema, Witchcraft, and lodge-based magical orders. Sections on History, Theory, Practice, and Influence of psychoactives and the occult are also provided.

Thirteen Pathways Of Occult Herbalism

Author : Daniel A. Schulke
ISBN : 1945147016
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The discipline of Occult Herbalism encompasses the knowledge and use of the magical, spiritual, and folkloric dimensions of plants. This perennial wisdom animates many global spiritual traditions, especially those which have maintained their integrity of transmission even in the face of industrial development and cultural destruction. Often concealed within the deepest strata of the Western Esoteric Traditions, this green strand of wisdom, though obscured, is a potent legacy of all magic, sorcery, and occult science. In addition to the hard sciences of botany, ethnology, agriculture and ethnopharmacology, a number of pathways can assist the magical herbalist in furthering the depth of understanding and integrity of personal approach. Thirteen Pathways of Occult Herbalism circumscribes the metaparadigm of herbal magical practice, providing useful examples of its manifestation, as well as demonstrating its time-honored routes of inquiry.

The Green Mysteries

Author : Daniel A. Schulke
ISBN : 1945147113
Genre : Gardening
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The Green Mysteries is the product of twenty-five years of experiential research on the spiritual and occult properties of plants. Presenting a vast array of trees and herbs from many spiritual traditions, this exhaustive compendium examines their folklore, magical uses and spiritual essences. While presenting the material through both magical and mythopoetic narrative, the stance of the book is also grounded firmly in supportive disciplines such as botany, chemistry, and anthropology and also includes up to date phylogenetic and pharmacological findings. Interspersed with the encyclopedic plant entries are short narratives addressing such concepts as the Witches Flying Oinment, intoxicating incense, the herbal dimsension of Alchemy, and the Green Saints such as Al-Khidir, the medieval Wildman, and the forest-dwelling Nymphs who nourished the Greek gods. More than a mere collation of previously existing works on plants, much of the material is drawn directly from the author's private field notes, diaries, and manuals of magical operation, presented in an angaging narrative style. Illustrated with with over 270 original illustrations by Benjamin Vierling, commissioned for the project."


Author : Daniel Schulke
ISBN : 1945147202
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In many esoteric traditions, there exists an iconic or linguistic corollary between the concepts of 'poisoner' and 'sorcerer', suggesting a sinistral magical kinship. Indeed, the use of plant, animal and mineral toxins is a strand of magic originating in remotest antiquity and reaching the present day. Beyond its mundane function as an agent of corporeal harm, poisons have also served as gateways of religious ecstasy, occult knowledge, and sensorial aberration, as well as the basis of cures. Allied with Samael, the fallen serpent-angel of first transgression whose Hebrew name in some translations is 'Venom of God', this facet of magic wends through the rites of ancient Sumer and Egypt, penetrating European Necromancy, Alchemy, the arcane the rites of the Witches' Sabbath, and modern-day folk magic. VENEFICIUM concerns the intersection of magic and poison. Of particular note to this study are the herbs of the so-called 'Devil's Garden', which bear relation to the allied witchcraft concepts of the Graal of Midnight, the Witches' Supper, and the flying ointment of the witches which has exerted fascination over scholars, historians, and practitioners alike. Beyond consideration of the toxicological dimensions of magical power, the related threads of astral and philosophical poisons are also examined, and their resonance and dissonance with magical practice explored. VENEFICIUM will be of interest to students of magic, witchcraft, alchemy, botanical folklore, medicine, and occult pharmacology.

Under The Witching Tree

Author : Corinne Boyer
ISBN : 1909602183
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Under the Witching Tree guides us into the realms of traditional tree lore, magic & medicine from western & northern Europe & north America. This book presents a wealth of tales, charms, spells, recipes & rites focusing on twenty different trees.

Plants Of The Devil

Author : Corinne Boyer
ISBN : 1945147156
Genre : Gardening
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Plants of the Devil examines the history and magic of herbs associated with Satan and his minions, delving into the folklore of ancient Europe and the British Isles. Examined in the book are the diabolical concept of the Wild Adversary and the Devil's Garden, Temptation, plants that harm and curse such as Blackberry, Stinging Nettle, Briar Rose, and Thistle, Poisonous Plants, herbs of evil omen, and herbs for protection, or 'Plants to keep the Dark Prince at bay.' The book will be of great interest to students of the occult, witchcraft, and plant folklore.


Author : Sorita D'Este
ISBN : 1905297351
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A collection of devotional essays on working with Hekate.

The Wicked Shall Decay

Author : A. D. Mercer
ISBN : 1945147229
Genre : History
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Before the witchcraft revival of 20th century popular occultism, witches and their arts of malevolent magic were recognized as real and constituted ever-present threats to the community. Spells and charms against the evil influence of witches were a common feature of rural English life, and form a unique --and sometimes sinister-- corpus of folk magic similar in its features to the baneful magical operations witches were accused of. Through the use of incantations, herbs, talismans, spirit compacts, gestures, and prayers, a practitioner of British folk-sorcery could overcome the power of magical ill-doers using time-tested and traditional methods of magic. From the forgotten archives of nineteenth century folklore and first-hand reports of the period, occult researcher Andrew Mercer has gathered a collection of the more obscure and lesser-known examples of the fascinating magical art of anti-bewitchment, expelling, binding and cursing.

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