ARBATEL OF THE MAGIC OF THE ANCIENTS PDF

Originally issued in Basel in , this set of forty-nine aphorisms provide guidelines for one who wishes to become a magician through Christian means, along with thoughts on elementals and the sigils of seven Olympian, or planetary, spirits. Peterson offers us both the Latin text and a new parallel English translation, along with occasional notes on the appearance of Scriptural passages and curious historical incidents. He also provides a lengthy introduction and an index. Overall, the Arbatel is a fascinating piece of magical history, and a work that could very well serve as a founding document for an order of Christian magicians, if someone wanted to do such a thing.

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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? In many ways, Arbatel is unique among texts on magic. Unlike the vast majority of writings, it is clear, concise, and elegantly written. The practical instructions are straightforward and undemanding.

When it first appeared in , it attracted the attention of people with a surprisingly broad range of agendas, including some of the finest minds of the time. Often quoted and reprinted, both praised and condemned, its impact on western esoteric philosophy has been called "overwhelming.

But it is about more than magic; filled with gnomic wisdom, it urges us to help our neighbors, be positive and grateful, and use time wisely. Above all, it teaches us to pay attention, looking for the wondrous and miraculous. In fact, to the author this virtually defines the magus. Read more Read less. From the Inside Flap Arbatel, which first appeared in , is often quoted and reprinted, both praised and condemned, its impact on western esoteric philosophy has been called "overwhelming.

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The Arbatel was written with a very little amount of ritual direction. It has an invocation in which the names of the Olympic Spirits are switched out for one another, the direction to call them from, and their specialties. It has a lot of pious general instruction for ritual preparation, and some occult intricacies.

Besides also having it's own license to depart, the rest of the instruction is to "follow usual ritual methods" of it's day circa A great quick read.

Excellent book for solo practitioners. Very informative n has many good ideas. Great ceremonial magick book. Go to Amazon. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. DPReview Digital Photography.

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ARBATEL: Concerning the Magic of Ancients by Joseph Peterson (Hardcover Edition)

The Arbatel de magia veterum Arbatel: Of the Magic of the Ancients is a Renaissance-period grimoire — a textbook of magic — and one of the most influential works of its kind. Unlike some other occult manuscripts that contain dark magic and malicious spells, the Arbatel contains spiritual advice and guidance on how to live an honest and honorable life. The Arbatel is claimed to have been written in AD. This date is supported through textual references dating from through It is believed that the final editor of the Arbatel was Swiss physician Theodor Zwinger, and that it was published by Italian printer Pietro Perna.

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In many ways, Arbatel is unique among texts on magic. Unlike the vast majority of writings, it is clear, concise, and elegantly written. The practical instructions are straightforward and undemanding. When it first appeared in , it attracted the attention of people with a surprisingly broad range of agendas, including some of the finest minds of the time. But it is about more than magic; filled with gnomic wisdom, it urges us to help our neighbors, be positive and grateful, and use time wisely. Above all, it teaches us to pay attention, looking for the wondrous and miraculous.

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