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Steven Ashe - The Picatrix The Goal of the Wise Planetary Talismanic Magic (copyrighted book, review only)

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The Planetary Magic of the Picatrix. Very rare teaching volume of the Fraternity of the Sanctum Regnum. A complete grimoire of Planetary Magic from The Picatrix. The elements of the practical planetary magic of The Picatrix are presented here from a new translation. The Nature and theory of the Planetary powers. The Incenses of the Planets and accompanying invocations The Invocations of the Planetary powers according to the Picatrix. The knowledge and conversation of the heavenly powers. The Planetary aphorisms of Al-Babel T... More >>>
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The Planetary Magic of the Picatrix. Very rare teaching volume of the Fraternity of the Sanctum Regnum. A complete grimoire of Planetary Magic from The Picatrix. The elements of the practical planetary magic of The Picatrix are presented here from a new translation. The Nature and theory of the Planetary powers. The Incenses of the Planets and accompanying invocations The Invocations of the Planetary powers according to the Picatrix. The knowledge and conversation of the heavenly powers. The Planetary aphorisms of Al-Babel The planets and their astral images. This work creates a practical grimoire of planetary magic selected from all four books of the Picatrix.

Each aspect of lore is referenced according to its place within the original text. This version takes into account the colloquialisms of the Arabic original and improves upon extant translations. From the Magical curriculum of the Fraternity of the Sanctum Regnum.

Picatrix is a grimoire (grammar) of the Art of Magic & Astrological Lore written around 1200 A.D. offering talismanic and astrological guidance. The Picatrix was a primary source for 'alchemic scholars' such as Michael Scot. The book had a major influence on later West European magical thinking from Marsilio Ficino in the 1400s, Cornelius Agrippa, Thomas Campanella, Dr John Dee and Paracelsus in addition to the anonymous authors of magical grammars such as the Key of Solomon. The edition in the British Library passed through several hands: Simon Forman, Richard Napier, Elias Ashmole and William Lilly. Presented in the original Arabic, the talismanic property of this work will be of interest to specialist collectors of seminal grimoires & Golden Dawn source works. Reproduced in the original authentic Arabic.



About Author:

Steven Ashe says that he wrote 'The Complete Golden Dawn Initiate' so that if he were ever lost on a desert island then he would still have the collected core texts upon which the Golden Dawn system of magick and mysticism was based upon.

In the 'Rosicrucians and Alchemists of La Belle Epoche' he explores how the Rosicrucian mythos informs modern day magick and mysticism in the esoteric tradition and throws new light upon the true identity of the mysterious 'Doctor Fulcanelli'.

In 'The Secret Symbols of the Tarot' he examines the historical accuracy of the Tarot, and the Qabalah of the 50 Gates' has been described as 'A modern day pilgrims progress'. He currently lives with his wife - 'Bethsheba' in the ancient Roman Town of Corbridge in Northumberland.

They are both astonished to find they have no cats.