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Magia Sexualis: Sexual Practices for Magical Power (New)
by Randolph, Paschal Beverly
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Company
Book ID: 9781594774188, 1594774188
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Conceived by Paschal Beverly Randolph, Magia Sexualis has been heralded as the most influential book about sex magic ever written, surviving to the present day solely through Maria de Naglowska's French translation. Published more than 50 years after Randolph's death, the authorship of this "translation" has been repeatedly called into question: While the greater part of the content can be traced to Randolph's known works, a very significant portion cannot -- leading to the conclusion that this work was supplemented by Naglowska's own sex magic work and extensive occult teachings.
Magia Sexualis explains Randolph's meticulous science of sex magic, practiced by the Brotherhood of Eulis and the Hermetic Brotherhood of Light. Beginning with exercises to develop essential skills, the book explains in step-by-step detail how to perform sex magic rituals for specific results, such as greater strength or enhancement of the senses, how to charge and use a "volt" -- an effigy of a specific person you want to influence or protect, how to enliven a painting in order to influence those around it, and how to create magical talismans with specific planetary forces, using what Randolph calls "fluid condensers." This work from two great occult minds shows that true power of the spirit is acquired in conjunction with the power of sex -- affirming that "sex is the fundamental force in every being, the most powerful force in Nature, and the most characteristic evidence of God."
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