Pyramidos- Self Initiation in the Aeon of Horus
Pyramidos is the latest book by DG Mattichak Jr. It is a detailed examination of one of the most important rituals in Aleister Crowley's unique system of ceremonial magick.
Pyramidos provides a comprehensive set of instructions for performing Ritual 671 and includes the complete text of many of the ceremonies that inspired it.
Pyramidos includes 15 illustrations and an extensive bibliography of references.
Leather Bound Limited Edition Pyramidos
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The boom in internet witches and wizards has flooded the interwebz with hundreds of thousands of websites devoted to one occult practice or another. Many of them are a simple regurgitation of other sites which are themselves essentially cut and pasted from e-books and other obscure references. Among all of this white noise it can be hard to distinguish the websites that offer quality resources. After a few years of surfing the astral part of the web I have compiled this short list of essential websites for every student of the occult to keep bookmarked in their browser. Continue reading
Recently I was invited to attend a gathering of witches for a rite that was performed to work with the new moon. As a ceremonial magician these types of ritual are always somewhat alien to my own understanding of magick and, although there are often features in common between the practice of witches and my own style of magick, I am usually far more interested in the things that are done differently. On this occasion though it was the use of something familiar in a way that was unfamiliar that has got my mind turning over. Continue reading
In recent weeks I have been in the final stages of publishing my fifth book, The Sword & The Serpent and my focus has necessarily shifted from the work of writing the book to that of publicizing it. This has entailed trying to explain the contents of the book to my prospective readers (all of you) and so, after years of considering the details of The Sword & The Serpent I have had to turn to considering the book as a whole. Continue reading