Ezoterikus könyvek ANGOL NYELVEN/csak feltöltés

Imoran témája a 'Ezoterikus letöltések' fórumban , 2013 Augusztus 14.

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  1. Imoran

    Imoran Állandó Tag

    Kedves Fórumtársaim!

    Már nagyon régóta érik bennem, hogy kellene egy ilyen topik is. Nagyon sok könyvem van a témában, melyeket nem fordítottak le magyar nyelvre, de remek olvasmányok az ezoterikus/mágikus/okkult irodalmat kedvelőknek.
    Örömmel osztom meg veletek, jó olvasást kívánok hozzájuk.

    Kezdésnek Judika Illes két könyve:
    Judika Illes - The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts
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    Enter The World of Folklore, Myth and Magic
    Five thousand spells spanning five thousand years of magical history from earth's every corner. Discover binding spells and banishing spells, spells for love, luck, wealth, power, spiritual protection, physical healing, enhanced fertility and much more.


    Judika Illes - The Element Encyclopedia of Witchcraft: The Complete A-Z for the Entire Magical World
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    A comprehensive reference work exploring all facets of witchcraft, and the companion volume to The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells.
     
    Utoljára módosítva: 2013 Augusztus 14
  2. Imoran

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    Christopher Penczak - The Witch's Coin: Prosperity and Money Magick
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    Along with quick-fix money spells, this timely book explores the consciousness of prosperity and how to transform poverty into abundance through magick, meditation, affirmations, and astrological timing. The Witch's Coin offers a materia magicka of the most powerful correspondences in wealth spellwork, including gods, stones, metals, herbs, and coins. Unlike most money magick books, it builds upon a foundation of real-world financial principles. Penczak also discusses offering magickal services professionally, including how and when to charge for readings and healings. "The first book of financial tips and advice that I have ever enjoyed reading. I highly recommend this book."--Judika Illes, author of The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells and Pure Magic "A refreshing examination of the connection between money, magic, and the attitude people put toward both."--Taylor Ellwood, editor of Manifesting Prosperity: A Wealth Magic Anthology


     

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  3. Imoran

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    Christopher A. Faraone - Ancient Greek Love Magic
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    The ancient Greeks commonly resorted to magic spells to attract and keep lovers--as numerous allusions in Greek literature and recently discovered "voodoo dolls," magical papyri, gemstones, and curse tablets attest. Surveying and analyzing these various texts and artifacts, Christopher Faraone reveals that gender is the crucial factor in understanding love spells. There are, he argues, two distinct types of love magic: the curselike charms used primarily by men to torture unwilling women with fiery and maddening passion until they surrender sexually; and the binding spells and debilitating potions generally used by women to sedate angry or philandering husbands and make them more affectionate.

    Faraone's lucid analysis of these spells also yields a number of insights about the construction of gender in antiquity, for example, the "femininity" of socially inferior males and the "maleness" of autonomous prostitutes. Most significantly, his findings challenge the widespread modern view that all Greek men considered women to be naturally lascivious. Faraone reveals the existence of an alternate male understanding of the female as "naturally" moderate and chaste, who uses love magic to pacify and control the "naturally" angry and passionate male. This fascinating study of magical practices and their implications for perceptions of male and female sexuality offers an unusual look at ancient Greek religion and society.


     

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  4. Imoran

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    Christopher Warnock - Secrets of Planetary Magic 3rd Edition
    The Secrets of Planetary Magic is an excellent introduction to traditional planetary magic by Christopher Warnock, the leading astrological magician and a master traditional astrologer. It contains insights gleaned from a decade of practice and study of traditional planetary magic and is an excellent introduction to traditional astrological magic. The Secrets of Planetary Magic explains the theory of planetary magic, the planetary hours and planetary hour elections, advanced planetary magic and contains a complete set of seven planetary images for talismans and planetary talisman consecration instructions.

     
  5. Imoran

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    Dion Fortune könyvei

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    Violet Mary Firth Evans (better known as Dion Fortune), was a British occultist and author. Her pseudonym was inspired by her family motto "Deo, non fortuna" (Latin for "by God, not fate").
    From 1919 she began writing a number of novels and short stories that explored various aspects of magic and mysticism, including The Demon Lover, The Winged Bull, The Goat-Foot God, and The Secrets of Dr. Taverner. This latter is a collection of short stories based on her experiences with Theodore Moriarty. Two of her novels, The Sea Priestess and Moon Magic, became influential within the religion of Wicca, especially upon Doreen Valiente.
    Of her non-fiction works on magical subjects, the best remembered of her books are; The Cosmic Doctrine, meant to be a summation of her basic teachings on mysticism; The Mystical Qabalah, an introduction to Hermetic Qabalah; and Psychic Self Defence, a manual on how to protect oneself from psychic attacks. Though some of her writings may seem dated to contemporary readers, they have the virtue of lucidity and avoid the deliberate obscurity that characterised many of her forerunners and contemporaries
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    1.adag:
    Dion Fortune - Applied Magic
    Dion Fortune - Applied Magic and Aspects of Occultism
    Dion Fortune - Aspects of Occultism
    Dion Fortune - Ceremonial Magic Unveiled
    Dion Fortune - Demon Lover (formátum miatt csomagolva)
    Dion Fortune - Esoteric Orders and Their Work


     
    Mami75, eniko63 és tpmonika kedveli ezt.
  6. Imoran

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    2.adag:
    Dion Fortune - Machinery of the Mind
    Dion Fortune - Psychic Self-Defense
    Dion Fortune - Sane Occultism
    Dion Fortune - Sea Priestess

     

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  7. Imoran

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    3.adag:
    Dion Fortune - The Magical Battle of Britain
    Dion Fortune - The Mystical Qabalah
    Dion Fortune - The Training and Work of an Initiate

     
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  8. Imoran

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    Hugh B. Urban - Magia Sexualis

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    Sexuality and the occult arts have long been associated in the western imagination, but it was not until the nineteenth century that a large and sophisticated body of literature on sexual magic—the use of sex as a source of magical power—emerged. This book, the first history of western sexual magic as a modern spiritual tradition, places these practices in the context of the larger discourse surrounding sexuality in American and European society over the last 150 years to discover how sexual magic was transformed from a terrifying medieval nightmare of heresy and social subversion into a modern ideal of personal empowerment and social liberation. Focusing on a series of key figures including American spiritualist Paschal Beverly Randolph, Aleister Crowley, Julius Evola, Gerald Gardner, and Anton LaVey, Hugh Urban traces the emergence of sexual magic out of older western esoteric traditions including Gnosticism and Kabbalah, which were progressively fused with recently-discovered eastern traditions such as Hindu and Buddhist Tantra. His study gives remarkable new insight into sexuality in the modern era, specifically on issues such as the politics of birth control, the classification of sexual deviance,” debates over homosexuality and feminism, and the role of sexuality in our own new world of post-modern spirituality, consumer capitalism, and the Internet.

     

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  9. Imoran

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    Michael Ford - Luciferian Goetia
    Michael Ford - Scales of the Black Serpent/Basic Qlippothic Magick


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  10. Imoran

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    Michael W. Ford - Adamu/Luciferian Tantra and Sex Magick
    Michael W. Ford - Book of the Witch Moon Chaos, Vampiric & Luciferian Sorcery

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  11. Imoran

    Imoran Állandó Tag

    Janet Farrar, Stewart Farrar - A Witch's Bible
    St.John D. Seymour - Irish Witchcraft and Demonology
    Marian Green - A Witch Alone Thirteen Moons To Master Natural Magic
    Carl McColman - The Well-Read Witch Essential Books for Your Magickal Library
    Gerald B. Gardner - High Magic Aids

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  12. Imoran

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    Phil Hine - The Pseudonomicon
    Phil Hine Aspects of Evocation (Collected Essays)
    Phil Hine Aspects of Tantra (Five Essays)
    Phil Hine Prime Chaos Adventures in Chaos Magic


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  13. Imoran

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    Philip Carr-Gomm - The Book of English Magic

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    The Book of English Magic explores the curious and little-known fact that of all the countries in the world, England has the richest history of magical lore and practice. English authors such as J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Terry Pratchett, and J.K. Rowling, dominate the world of magic in fiction, but from the earliest times, England has also acted as home to generations of eccentrics and scholars who have researched and explored every conceivable kind of occult art. Most people are torn between a fascination with magic and an almost instinctive fear of the occult, of a world redolent with superstition and illusion. And yet more people now practice magic in England than at any time in her history. The Book of English Magic explores this hidden story, from its first stirrings to our present-day fascination with all things magical. Along the way readers are offered a rich menu of magical things to do and places to visit.



     

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  14. Imoran

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    Randall Styers - Making Magic Religion, Magic, and Science in the Modern World
    Seth - Tactical Magic


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    Mami75, eniko63, latzzz és 1 másik tag kedveli ezt.
  15. Imoran

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    Kenaz Filan - Vodou Money Magic
    Angela Sumegi - Dreamworlds of Shamanism and Tibetan Buddhism
    Margaret Stutley - Shamanism An introduction
    Richard Alan Miller - The Magical and Ritual Use of Herbs
    Clark Chilson - Shamans in Asia

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  16. Imoran

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    Scott Cunningham - Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs
    Andrew Weil - Guide to Herbal Medicines
    Violet Schafer - Herbcraft A Compendium of Myths, Romance, and Commensense

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  17. Imoran

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    Dale Pendell, Gary Snyder - Plant Powers, Poisons, and Herbcraft

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    In Pharmako/Poeia, Dale Pendell offers a mesmerizing guide to psychoactive plants, from their pharmacological roots to the literary offshoots. "This is a book," writes Gary Snyder, "about danger: dangerous knowledge, even more dangerous ignorance." Against the greater danger, ignorance, Pendell strikes a formidable blow, as he proves himself a wise and witty guide to our plant teachers, their powers and their poisons.

    "Pharmako/Poeia is an epic poem on plant humours, an abstruse alchemic treatise, an experiential narrative jigsaw puzzle, a hip and learned wild-nature reference text, a comic paen to cosmic consciousness, an ecological handbook, a dried-herb pastiche, a counterculture encyclopedia of ancient fact and lore." -Allen Ginsberg poet

    "Dale Pendell reactivates the ancient connection between the bardic poet and the shaman." -Terence McKenna author of True Hallucinations.
     
  18. Imoran

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    E.A. Wallis Budge - Legends Of The Gods
    Donald Mackenzie - Egyptian Myth and Legend
    E.A. Wallis Budge - Egyptian Book Of The Dead
     
  19. Imoran

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    Pat Remler - Egyptian Mithology A-Z

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    Egypt's creation myths are among the earliest in the ancient world and spring from Egypt's dependence on the Nile and farming. Animals were an
    important part of daily life in this agrarian culture and played a formative role in the development of mythology.

     

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  20. Silver10

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    The Alchemist's Kitchen: Extraordinary Potions and Curious Notions

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    nem az én feltöltésem, találtam

     
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