The Angels Of Alchemy

Author: Damon Brand
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781539093190
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Alchemy is a process of change. The angels revealed in this book enable you to access personal alchemy, to change who you are, to refine yourself at the deepest level and thus attract the life you desire.Acclaimed and best-selling occult author, Damon Brand, presents a potent, yet subtle form of angelic magick. With the help of these angels you can find patience, endurance and persistence, completing projects to your satisfaction. There are angels that can speed up the flow of reality, to help bring about rapid change, and angels that work to purify and clarify your emotions. They provide emotional balance and sustenance, while giving insight into situations, revealing the easiest way to get where you want to be.The angels can aid your spiritual development and clarify the desires that lie within. These angels can support your ability to maintain integrity when faced with compromise, and give you the power to project charisma. By working with the angels you can develop your imaginative abilities and intuition. The angels can restore confidence, inspire your thoughts and help you to see visions, to obtain mystical guidance.This is a subtle and sophisticated form of ritual magick that gets the results you want by an indirect route. Rather than tackling the obvious symptoms of a problem, it works on aspects of your inner being to reorder your life. By undergoing personal transformation, you can obtain the life you want.The first style of magick explored is all about making direct requests for change. The second style of magick is evocation, where the angel is called to appear visibly, so that you can receive wisdom, guidance and change more directly.The powers conveyed by these angels are immense, because they connect you to your deepest self, making it easier to progress through life, attracting the situations and people that will bring you the most happiness. When things are difficult, these angels offer sanctuary and emotional healing. You will discover:A simple ritual process requiring no special tools.42 unique Angelic Sigils, never before published.Divine names and Words of Power that unlock the magick.The secret Keys of Evocation.The primary focus of the book is on practical magick that achieves results through inner change.

Magical Transformations On The Early Modern English Stage

Author: Lisa Hopkins
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317102754
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Magical Transformations on the Early Modern Stage furthers the debate about the cultural work performed by representations of magic on the early modern English stage. It considers the ways in which performances of magic reflect and feed into a sense of national identity, both in the form of magic contests and in its recurrent linkage to national defence; the extent to which magic can trope other concerns, and what these might be; and how magic is staged and what the representational strategies and techniques might mean. The essays range widely over both canonical plays-Macbeth, The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Doctor Faustus, Bartholomew Fair-and notably less canonical ones such as The Birth of Merlin, Fedele and Fortunio, The Merry Devil of Edmonton, The Devil is an Ass, The Late Lancashire Witches and The Witch of Edmonton, putting the two groups into dialogue with each other and also exploring ways in which they can be profitably related to contemporary cases or accusations of witchcraft. Attending to the representational strategies and self-conscious intertextuality of the plays as well as to their treatment of their subject matter, the essays reveal the plays they discuss as actively intervening in contemporary debates about witchcraft and magic in ways which themselves effect transformation rather than simply discussing it. At the heart of all the essays lies an interest in the transformative power of magic, but collectively they show that the idea of transformation applies not only to the objects or even to the subjects of magic, but that the plays themselves can be seen as working to bring about change in the ways that they challenge contemporary assumptions and stereotypes.

Newton And Religion

Author: J.E. Force
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792357445
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Over the past twenty-five years - since the very large collection of Newton's papers became available and began to be seriously examined - the beginnings of a new picture of Newton has emerged. This volume of essays builds upon the foundation of its authors in their previous works and extends and elaborates the emerging picture of the `new' Newton, the great synthesizer of science and religion as revealed in his intellectual context.

Andreas Libavius And The Transformation Of Alchemy

Author: Bruce T. Moran
Publisher: Science History Publications
ISBN: 9780881353952
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What lots of people called chymia in the early seventeenth century was a subject that the physician, alchemist, and school teacher Andreas Libavius believed needed sorting out. He called it an art without an art. To establish what sort of thing chymia was would require rebuilding its definitions from the theoretical and practical ground up while cutting back the forest of obscure language and private meaning in which it existed. Libavius took on the job, and in thousands of pages of toughly worded criticism ranging over alchemical, moral, medical, philosophical, and religious topics wielded a polemical blade to huge effect.

The Alchemical Mercurius

Author: Mathew Mather
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134507453
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The figure of the alchemical Mercurius features ubiquitously and radically in Jung’s later works, but despite this, there has been little research concerning Mercurius in Jungian studies to date. In this book, Mathew Mather explores the figure of the alchemical Mercurius and contextualises and clarifies its significance in Jung’s life and works. Placing the alchemical Mercurius as a central concern reveals a Jungian interpretation in which the grail legend, alchemy and precessional astrology, as three thematic threads, converge. In such a treatment, Jung’s belief in the dawning of a new platonic month emerges as a central consideration and an esoteric perspective on Jung’s life and works is brought more fully to light, constructing a life-myth interpretation. The book is comprised of three parts: Aurea Catena: locating the figure of the alchemical Mercurius within the Western esoteric tradition Daimonic Encounter: the relevance of this figure in Jung’s personal life Magnum Opus: Jung’s portrayal of this figure in key texts such as Synchronicity, Aion, Mysterium Coniunctionis; and Emma Jung and von Franz’s The Grail Legend. The Alchemical Mercurius is a unique contribution to analytical psychology, substantially revealing ‘esoteric Jung’ and providing valuable perspectives on the theme of his myth for our times. The book will appeal to researchers and academics in the field of analytical psychology as well as postgraduate students.

Occultism

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H D

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: Chelsea House
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A collection of nine critical essays on the American poet and novelist, arranged in chronological order of their original publication.

American Poetry 1915 1945

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: Chelsea House Pub
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Gathers criticism of Paul Laurence Dunbar, Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens, Robinson Jeffries, John Ransom, and Conrad Aiken