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The Chaos Magick Audios, Volume 3: The Ouronos Rite -- Unleashing the Magical Personality (CD/bookle (New)
by Carroll, Peter J
Publisher: Original Falcon Press
Book ID: 9781935150480, 1935150480
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The seven classical planetary bodies can be used to represent the spectrum of psychology. Ouranos (Uranus), the eighth body, orbits outside the sphere of the classical planets---and of the god-forms or thought-forms attributed to them. Thus it forms an ideal symbol for that which encompasses all of the gods within its orbit, namely, the magical personality. It represents not the power of the magic itself, (which is attributed to Pluto), but rather the desire to be a magician, and the personality required to live as one.
Ouranos can also be thought of as the dark side of the Sun. Ouranos represents something more dark---and perhaps devious---creeping around in the darkness outside of the normal.
Warning: You should beware that the Ouranos Rite tends to unleash something quite different from the normal personality of the user.
The CD contains:
- Invocation I
- Invocation I (short version)
- Invocation II
- Invocation II (short version)
- Invocation III
- Ouranian Sonic Invocation
The booklet includes instructions and text for all of the above plus a section on Barbaric Languages and a Barbaric/English dictionary.
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