Psychic Self-Defense Dion Fortune
– MoonChild Aleister Crowley
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Psychic Self-Defense: The Classic Instruction Manual for Protecting Yourself Against Paranormal Attack Paperback – August 1, 2011 by
Dion Fortune says in chapter VII. The Pathology of Non-Human Contacts “Non-Human is like a pet animal, not a fellow-creature. That, frankly, is the only possible ground upon which they can be approached. If we expect no more of them than we should a pet bird, if we manage them as we should manage a kitten, we have got as near to the solution of the problem as we are ever likely to get….”
After finding herself the subject of a powerful psychic attack in the 1930’s, famed British occultist Dion Fortune wrote this detailed instruction manual on protecting oneself from paranormal attack. This classic psychic self-defense guide explains how to understand the signs of a psychic attack, vampirism, hauntings, and methods of defense.
Everything you need to know about the methods, motives, and physical aspects of a psychic attack and how to overcome it is here, along with a look at the role psychic elements play in mental illness and how to recognize them.
This is one of the best guides to detection and defense against psychic attack from one of the leading occult writers of the 20th century.
Moonchild Paperback – December 1, 1970 by
This is a novel by Crowley about a magical war between a white lodge ( led by Iff ) and a black lodge ( led by Douglas ) over an unborn child, the “moonchild” of the title, with the action moving between London, Paris and a villa in Naples. It was written in 1917 in New Orleans.
Moonchild is a novel written by the British occultist Aleister Crowley in 1917. Its plot involves a magical war between a group of white magicians, led by Simon Iff, and a group of black magicians over an unborn child. It was first published by Mandrake Press in 1929 and its recent edition is published by Weiser.
In this work, numerous acquaintances of Crowley appear as thinly disguised fictional characters. Crowley portrays MacGregor Mathers as the primary villain, including him as a character named SRMD, using the abbreviation of Mathers’ magical name. Arthur Edward Waite appears as a villain named Arthwaite, and the unseen head of the Inner Circle of which SRMD was a member, “A.B.” is theosophist Annie Besant. Among Crowley’s friends and allies Allen Bennett appears as Mahatera Phang, the dancer Isadora Duncan appears as Lavinia King, and her companion Mary D’Este (who helped Cowley write his magnum opus “Magick: Book 4″under her magical name ‘Soror Virakam’) appears as Lisa la Giuffria. Cyril Grey is Crowley himself, while Simon Iff is either an idealized version of an older and wiser Crowley or his friend Allen Bennett.
A year or so before the beginning of World War I, a young woman named Lisa la Giuffria is seduced by a white magician, Cyril Grey, and persuaded into helping him in a magical battle with a black magician and his black lodge. Grey is attempting to save and improve the human race and condition by impregnating the girl with the soul of an ethereal being — the moonchild. To achieve this, she will have to be kept in a secluded environment, and many preparatory magical rituals will be carried out. The black magician Douglas is bent on destroying Grey’s plan. However, Grey’s ultimate motives may not be what they appear. The moonchild rituals are carried out in southern Italy, but the occult organizations are based in Paris and England. At the end of the book, the war breaks out, and the white magicians support the Allies, while the black magicians support the Central Powers.
Cosmic Trigger I: Final Secret of the Illuminati (Volume 1) Paperback – February 23, 2016 by
The great modern classic of a brilliant rebel’s personal exploration into the nature of consciousness
Featuring a New Introduction by John Higgs
“Cosmic Trigger deals with a process of deliberately induced brain change. This process is called “initiation” or “vision quest” in many traditional societies and can loosely be considered some dangerous variety of self-psychotherapy in modern terminology. I do not recommend it for everybody . . . briefly, the main thing I learned in my experiments is that “reality” is always plural and mutable.” – Robert Anton Wilson from the Preface
The Robert Anton Wilson Trust Authorized Hilaritas Press Edition
Cosmic Trigger I: The Final Secret of The Illuminati is the first book in the Cosmic Trigger series, first published in 1977 and the first of a three-volume autobiographical and philosophical work by Robert Anton Wilson. It has a foreword by Timothy Leary, which he wrote in the summer of 1977. The first volume was published without numbering, as the second volume did not appear for nearly 15 years.
Wilson is perhaps best known as the co-author of the award-winning science fiction work, The Illuminatus! Trilogy. Cosmic Trigger revisits many of the themes from that earlier work in a more autobiographical fashion. After publishing the first volume of Cosmic Trigger, Wilson wrote two sequels, Cosmic Trigger II: Down to Earth (1991) and Cosmic Trigger III: My Life After Death (1995), the title of the first book retroactively changing to reflect this.
Cosmic Trigger I deals with Wilson’s experiences during a time in which he put himself through a process of “self-induced brain change” as well as vignettes of his earlier life. The main discovery of this process—which, he tells us, is known in certain traditions as Chapel perilous—is that “reality” (although a noun in most Indo-European language systems, and therefore commonly conceptualized as being a definite, unchanging “‘thing”) is mutable and subjective to the observer.
Wilson employs several models for his experiences, such as the interstellar ESP connection, during which time Wilson enters what he refers to as a ‘reality tunnel’, in which he claims to communicate telepathically with extraterrestrials residing in the Sirius star system. Wilson states (reference needed) however, that this belief system does not necessarily have any objective truth, which highlights his main point: that all such models—whether spiritual or scientific—are just that: models, or maps, of the world, and they should not be confused with an objective, permanent reality. Throughout the book, he makes references to specific paranormal personal and group experiences, yet he does not allow himself to become convinced of their reality apart from his perception of them. He calls this approach “model agnosticism”.
As the title suggests, the book also deals with the Bavarian Illuminati conspiracy (which Wilson neither rejects as utterly false, nor embraces as true, in keeping with his theme) and other related intrigues. The work also touches on a wide range of other subjects, from Timothy Leary’s thoughts on brain circuits, JFK’s assassination, through to Sufism and numerous occult practices.
By Arthur E. Powell The Solar System [Paperback] Paperback – June 16, 1963
Up to the present, no one book has appeared covering the hole of this vast ground, describing both the field of evolution and the streams of life which evolve in it as the ages roll by. The present volume is an attempt to fill this need. Partial Contents: Globes; Schemes of evolution; Solar system; Solar Logos; Life streams; Degrees of attainment; Races and sub-races; Involution and evolution; Manus; Moon chain; The Earth and all its chains; Root races; Lemuria; Civilization of Atlantis; City of the bridge; Aryan sub-race; Life on Mars and Mercury.
Atlantis and Lemuria Paperback – June 24, 2002 by
There was a time when a continent called Atlantis still lay between Europe and America. This portion of the world’s surface was at one time land; this land now forms the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Plato alluded to the last remaining remnant of that lost continent when he sopke of the Island of Poseidon. Countless publications are dedicated to proving that Atlantis existed and attempt to discover the location of the Lost Continent. Here, accepting the existence of Atlantis, the author pontificates on the spiritual condition of soul attempts to indicate the inner nature of the conditions under which they lived. An interesting discourse on the evolution of the Atlantean and Leumurian race as revealed by the Akashic records.
The Morning of the Magicians (Mysteries of the Universe S.) [Paperback] by Louis Pauwels Jacques Berqier. A classic of radical literature, this revolutionary study has challenged conventional knowledge and assumptions for decades, offering unique perspectives on everything from alchemy, politics, history, and supernatural phenomena to magic, Nazi occultism, and mankind’s place in the universe. Drawing from the work of Charles Fort and Carl Jung, among others, the authors explore the importance of history and its varied perceptions and propose new ways of interpreting reality. Through these visionary ideals, they assert that mankind can ultimately achieve cosmic interconnectedness.
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