This book is your guide to the art of magical evocation. It is the only book you'll ever need to learn this ancient practice, and it is unique in that it covers
every aspect of magical training necessary to obtain results. Even if you've never practiced magic before, you can still safely perform evocations by first practicing the magical training exercises in the following chapters.
The names and seals of many useful spirits are found in ancient grimoires. Some of the spirits are so vaguely described, however, that a magician summoning them for the first time has little idea of what to expect. So to make things easy, in Chapter 9 I've included a listing of entities and their sighs that I have personally evoked and found useful. These entities are fully explained, including their appearances, areas they are knowledgeable about, and tasks they could best perform. This way you can begin conjuring without wondering what it is you're calling, and more practically, without another visit to the bookstore. As an added feature, I made sketches of some
of the entities and gave them to a professional artist who created the illustrations for Chapter 9.
Konstantinos (New York
) has been a paranormal researcher for over fifteen years, and is the author of six books published by Llewellyn. A recognized expert, he has consulted for and been a guest on various shows and documentaries on MTV, the SciFi Channel, NBC, History, Discovery Channel, and other networks. A former Physics major, Konstantinos been working on explaining the paranormal using modern scientific discoveries, especially in the realm of Quantum Mechanics.
Some of his research has inspired TV, film, and novels, fleshing out scenes in the film "Black Roses
" and the novel "Dead Souls.
" He has also appeared in the bestselling videogame "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
" He was lead vocalist of the now defunct band, Bell, Book & Candle, which appeared on three Cleopatra Records compilations: Goth Box, 100 Tears: Tribute to the Cure, and Vampire Themes. It is unclear how soon he will be able to devote time to a musical solo project.
Yes, Konstantinos is his real name.
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