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Malcolm McGrath - Practical Magickal Evocation (1.8 MB)
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Practical Magickal Evocation is designed to change the physical plane, in order to bring it under your 'will'. By using magick, and changing the physical, we can enjoy all the material comforts that life has to offer. Practical Magickal Evocation explains how to summon Maserial, Icosiel, Emoniel, Bydiel, Aseliel and other Spirits. There are basically two ways of summoning an entity or working with energy: "Evocation" and "Invocation." Spiritual evocation is summoning an entity whether it be a Demon, spirit, deceased person, ... More >>>Book can be downloaded, but can't be ordered on CD.Note that, unfortunately, not all my books can be downloaded or ordered on CD due to the restrictions of copyright. However, most of the books on this site do not have copyright restrictions. If you find any copyright violation, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am very attentive to the issue of copyright and try to avoid any violations, but on the other hand to help all fans of magic to get access to information.
Practical Magickal Evocation is designed to change the physical plane, in order to bring it under your 'will'.
By using magick, and changing the physical, we can enjoy all the material comforts that life has to offer. Practical Magickal Evocation explains how to summon Maserial, Icosiel, Emoniel, Bydiel, Aseliel and other Spirits. There are basically two ways of summoning an entity or working with energy: "Evocation" and "Invocation." Spiritual evocation is summoning an entity whether it be a Demon, spirit, deceased person, or elemental and the being appears outside of the operator. When working with energy, the energy is always on the outside of the operator and never inside his/her body. With evocation, there is never a direct tie or connection.
Invocation is taking the spirit into one's self. The being actually enters the operator's body. An example is invoking a Demon and the Demon speaks through the operator using his/her voice to communicate. Often when this happens, one's voice may change, becoming deeper, raspy, or different in some way. During seances, often the medium is able to produce a substance called "ectoplasm" to provide a luminescent material in order for the evoked spirit to manifest itself visibly. This is a form of invocation as there is a direct connection with the spirit and the medium.
There is a great difference between evocation and invocation. When we invoke energy or spirits, we create a link to the energy or spirit through ourselves. Obviously, if one is using destructive or death energy, this can be very dangerous. Invocation also includes building up energy within one's soul and discharging it through one's aura and/or chakras. This creates a tie to the victim.
Most black magick spells that go wrong do so because of errors on the part of the mage. There are other reasons for a black magick working going wrong such as the victim having a powerful aura that is able to deflect negative energy the victim is under powerful spiritual protection (If one is under Satan's protection, nothing can touch him/her) or bad timing on the part of the mage. There can be other reasons, but the above are the most common.
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Malcolm McGrath (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a doctoral candidate in political philosophy at St. Antony's College, Oxford.
McGrath contends that "the illusion of a world of demons lurking behind our day to day reality is built right into the structure of modern western culture." This concept of a "demonic illusion" is the book's central thesis.
McGrath views satanism scares as akin to a mass hallucination, since psychological theories supporting such cults "were in fact no more than unfounded urban legends, spread about by therapists and social workers." He opens by juxtaposing the 1692 witchcraft accusations aimed at once-respected Rebecca Nurse, a 71-year-old grandmother, with the false 1984 claims of organized satanic rituals at California's McMartin Preschool, a case with no credible evidence and no convictions after a 28-month trial.
Mapping boundaries between fantasy and reality, McGrath looks at modern-day witch-hunts generated through unreliable child witnesses, rumor mills, urban legends and pseudo-science, noting numerous linkages with popular culture--from Three Faces of Eve (1957) and Sybil (1973) to Michelle Remembers (1980), Psycho and The Shining.
Dangers of false memories are detailed, alien abduction is dismissed, and the 1991-94 collapse of Multiple Personality Disorder and recovered memory therapy are picked over. Oddly, McGrath has chosen to ignore the massive misinformation circulating daily on the Internet, but this is a terrifically contextualized debunking that is sure to generate debate among the faithful.