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Preview — Hermetic Magic by Stephen E. Flowers Editor. Edited and introduced by Stephen Fared Flowers, Ph. This book opens the gate to the use of the authentic Hermetic formulas concealed in the magical papyri of Egypt.

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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 22, Andres rated it it was amazing Shelves: mylibraryatthemansion. Very down to Earth tome, describing the cosmology believed in by the "Hermetics" in the first half of the book, followed by a very decent translation of the Hermetic papyri of Abaris, which contain a compendium of spells and rituals from this key Western school.

I really cannot find fault with this book. It is engaging, readable and not even slightly boring. It goes into a wealth of detail explaining the belief system theory as well as the details for performing the rituals practice.

The only Very down to Earth tome, describing the cosmology believed in by the "Hermetics" in the first half of the book, followed by a very decent translation of the Hermetic papyri of Abaris, which contain a compendium of spells and rituals from this key Western school.

The only bone I have to pick with the author is that he left out some of the papyri because they required ingredients of an, um, slightly unsavory nature. May 22, Christopher Selmek rated it it was ok. Having read this book, I am now a Hermetic Mage. Not really. But I have to give Dr. Flowers some respect for borrowing his format from Anton LaVey. Flowers mentions Greeks, Egyptians, and Jews, making the case that one can remain within the Judeo-Christian tradition while dabbling in Hermetic Magic.

They reveal something about the universal nature of human myth and magic, which is basically that thought forms have an energy that can be used to manipulate reality. The various gods and goddesses of different traditions are really just interchangeable masks worn by the final, true reality whatever that may be.

Part III, Praxis, reviews the tools a willing magician might use to stimulate his own imagination, and reinforces the lessons of the previous two sections. Then we get to part four, where we learn what rituals we must participate in to become a real magician. I was a little taken aback by all the talk of inviting Mithras to dinner and becoming his servant, because the prior sections had made it sound like Mithras was one of several gods who would be serving you.

I could not see any way to synthesize what Flowers was teaching with any kind of Abrahamic spirituality. Then there were the elements of Gnosticism that he just got wrong. In the index, he even refers to IAO as another name for Yahweh, rather than a subordinate of the demiurge which, to be clear, might be Yahweh. Any discussion of actual gnosis, or the philosophy of the Greeks, Egyptians, or Hebrews, gets brushed aside so we can talk about symbolism.

In short, while it is fun for me to learn things, I am not interested enough to actually perform any of the complicated rituals in this book. Nor do I recommend them to anyone. The theory is studied and explained in immense detail before the presentation of essential and powerful workings. The reader who grasps this book has grasped a full comprehension of the root of all Western magical systems. This is one of the keys to occult power. Dec 03, Valenfore Alestreneon rated it it was amazing.

Stephen Edred Flowers is one of those most notable writers on the subject of Magik and Occultism around. This book really gives a good understanding of the background and history of Magik. Aug 06, Judith rated it really liked it. Reading this in small sections so that I can "digest" it as fully as possible. It's spurring my Work Joe Perr rated it it was amazing Apr 07, Pauline rated it really liked it Oct 30, Gregory Peters rated it liked it Jul 19, Joshua rated it it was amazing Feb 20, Ellery Beard rated it really liked it Jul 22, Elizabeth O'Neill rated it really liked it Mar 13, Cort Williams rated it really liked it Feb 21, Samantha McGuire rated it it was amazing Nov 09, Katabasis rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Bran Ghigliotty rated it liked it Oct 14, Wallace Ervin rated it really liked it Apr 24, Doctor Mabuse rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Aaron rated it really liked it Aug 13, Lucien von Wolfe rated it it was amazing Feb 17, Egor Azanov rated it it was amazing Oct 24, Steven S.

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About Stephen E. Stephen E. American Runologist and proponent of occultism and Germanic mysticism. Flowers is an advocate of "Esoteric Runology" or "Odinism", an occultist version of Germanic Neopaganism Flowers has graduated in Germanic and Celtic philology.

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Edited and introduced by Stephen Edred Flowers, Ph. This book opens the gate to the use of the authentic Hermetic formulas concealed in the magical papyri of Egypt. Students can use this information as a basis for developing and enacting their own magical systems. Stephen Flowers presents a holistic view of the magic practiced in the eastern Mediterranean region in early A. Flowers provides keys to Hermetic magical theory, cosmology, and concept of the soul and outlines the complex Hermetic world of Divinities and Daimons, plus magical lore for the Greek alphabet, the Egyptian hieroglyphics and other alphabets.

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There is no book out there which so completely makes available both the philosophy and practice of Graeco-Egyptian Hermetic magic. The technical formulas of Hermetic tradition of magic have been well documented, but they are barely known to the community of modern magicians. Authentic Hermetic formulas concealed in the magical papyri of Egypt have great potency, representing the first known attempt to forge many traditions of magic into a unified system. In this book, the author reveals the secrets of this ''down-to-earth'' form of magic that originated some to years ago. The Hellenic Root.

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