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Goetia of Shadows: Illustrated Luciferian Grimoire (New)
by Ford, Michael W
Publisher: Succubus Publishing
Book ID: 9781463730895, 1463730896
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GOETIA OF SHADOWS is a grimoire for the modern practitioner who seeks the 72 Spirits who are Demonic Spirits who instruct and illuminate the Black Adepts who are strong enough to seek them . This edition of the Lemegethon applies medieval sorcery techniques to the modern, Luciferian Mind to bring forth measurable results in this world now.
GOETIA OF SHADOWS is a beautifully illustrated new way of working with Goetic Sorcery from a Luciferian perspective. Goetia is a word which depicts ‘sorcery’ and is derived from ancient Greek descriptions of those who raise the shades of the dead by evocation, from which the word ‘howling’ is associated with. The sorcerers would howl and wail at the tombs the very words of power which commanded the spirits to manifest around them. We see that the term goes “sorcerer” and psychagogos “soul-charmer” are associated with those who raise and gain power from the souls of the dead. The ancient rites of necromancy are the foundations and quite similar in approach to the Lemegethon and the original manuscripts. Goetic rites within this grimoire are focused on everyday mundane achievements within the world we live in. Knowledge, sex, power, revenge and defense are focused on here.
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