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FRANZ BARDON. THE PRACTICE OF. MAGICAL EVOCATION. Instructions for Invoking Spirit Beings from the Spheres surrounding us. Provided to you by. physical environment. The Practice of Magical Evocation. The Practice of Magical Evocation is Franz Bardon's sec- ond volume of The Holy Mysteries. Franz Bardon. Publisher: Dieter Ruggeberg, Wuppertal, West Germany. Edition; First Ed. by Verlag H. Bauer, Freiburg, Breisgau, W. Germany.

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Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book details Author: Franz Bardon Pages: Mercury House Language: English ISBN If you want to download this book, click link in the last page 5. You just clipped your first slide! Astral Energy 3 Offline Posts: These will come in handy.

Especially the stuff about Djinn. Xander[8D] quote: Also available for download are Western grimoires including "The 6th and 7th books of Moses".

I have scanned through it and it appears to be a different translation, poorer IMO, but on the whole pretty sound. Yes, reading instructions does seem to help sometimes! With best regards, Dave. If you have been looking to read Bardon for some time now I can understand how having a pdf version rather than the original wouldn't quite resonate with you.

At least by having the pdf copy you know what you would be getting in the paperback and, if you feel that this work is something you wish to do, then I definately reccomend to download the original. The same could be said for all books. There is such a plethora of information on esoterical subjects available that I for one could not possibly go out and download every book I thought may assist me on my journey.

For more on Bardon you might like to read the following; http: Jump to: Ceremonial magic offers the advantage that, when used continuously and frequently for one and the same operation, effects are produced without making use of one's own powers.

With the help of various aids, ceremonial magic enables the magician to make his work with occult powers easier. All magical aids, every single magical instrument, are basically mnemonic aids, aiding the magician's consciousness.

When one directs his attention to a particular instrument, this triggers in the consciousness the particular ability or power symbolized by that particular instrument. Once a magician takes one or another magical instrument into his hand during the evocation, he immediately comes in contact with what this instrument symbolizes and he achieves his purpose without much effort.

For example, the magic wand represents the magician's absolute will. If a magician takes the magic wand into his hand, by making use of the wand he immediately establishes contact through his will with the spirit he wishes to evoke.

The same applies to all the other magical aids because they symbolize spiritual powers, laws and attributes.

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Should a magician decide to employ ceremonial magic, then he must dedicate a great deal of care to his magical instruments. He must treat them with an almost religious awe, because the more carefully, the more precisely, and the more attentively they are handled, the more effective they will be.

Magical instruments are on the same level as sacred objects and they serve the magician to establish the necessary temple atmosphere for ceremonial magic.

When the magician uses his magical instruments he must be in a state of complete rapture. If any magical instrument were to be used, even once, for any purpose other than that for which it was intended, then that particular instrument will immediately cease to be magically effective and will be forever useless for its actual original purpose.

Since all magical aids bring forth a very special feeling of respect in every magician, they must be hidden from the view of any uninitiated person in order to avoid any profanation. Therefore, before a magician reaches for a magical instrument, he must under all circumstances undergo an internal cleansing process, whether through prayer or suitable meditation.

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He should never under any circumstances touch a magical instrument if he is not in the proper state of mind, which is absolutely essential for such a ceremony. A magician must always be conscious of the fact that all magical aids or magical instruments symbolize the most sacrosanct laws and must therefore be dealt with in the same manner as one would deal with sacred relics. Only in the hands of a magician who takes all this into very careful consideration will the magical instruments actually bring forth magical effects.

By exactly observing the guidelines which have been recommended here in regards to the appropriate attitude and the preparation of all magical instruments, the magician calls forth within himself an extremely strong state of manifestation of belief, will and all the attributes of the law.

By so doing, he thereby increases his magical authority considerably and hence exerts the necessary influence upon a being or a power so that the desired results or effects are actually realized.

Even if the magician does not use his magical instruments for a long period of time, they are still constantly in contact with the particular attributes that they symbolize. Since every instrument is magically charged or, in other words, consecrated for a specific purpose, it will never lose its magical effect if it is handled properly, even if centuries have passed since the instrument was last used.

When the magical instruments are consecrated and charged for use for a particular magician, in other words, he for whom they were made, they cannot be used by any other magician. These instruments would not be effective even if they were to fall into the hands of a magician who is completely conversant with the holy sciences of magic, unless he charges and consecrates the magical instruments anew for himself. If it seems desirable and necessary, any magician, on the basis of my instructions, can make his own additional magical aids for particular magical purposes, and I shall supply the guidelines as to how he is to proceed.

The Magic Circle All books that deal with the subject of ceremonial magic and give a c c ounts of invocation and evocation of any kind of being stipulate that the magic circle plays the most important role. There are hundreds of instructions available on how to make magic circles for a wide variety of purposes.

In all these books the instructions given are always the same: all one has to do when summoning a being is to stand in the circle. But rarely is there an explanation for the esoteric symbolism of a magic circle.

I shall therefore explain the magic circle in detail to the seriously aspiring magician in accordance with the analogies and the universal laws. A true magic circle is a symbolic representation of both the macrocosm and the microcosm, in other words as far as the microcosm is concerned it is a representation of the perfect human being.

A circle indicates the beginning and the end, and therefore the alpha and the omega. Furthermore, it depicts eternity, which has no beginning or end. In other words, it is understood by a perfected magician.

The drawing of a circle symbolizes the Divinity in Its perfection, to come into contact with the Divinity, namely when the magician stands in the center of the circle, whereby, symbolically expressed, the connection with the Divinity is graphically represented.

For the magician is a connection with the macrocosm on the highest level of his consciousness. It is therefore completely logical from the point of view of true magic for the magician to stand in the center of a magic circle with the awareness of being at One with his universal divinity.

This clearly shows that the magic circle is not only a diagram for protection against undesirable negative influences, but it also expresses untouchability and unassailability as a result of connecting one's consciousness with the Highest.

Therefore, a magician who stands in the center of a magic circle is protected from all influences, be they good or evil, because he symbolizes the Divinity in the universe.

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Besides, a magician who stands in a circle is God himself in the microcosm, who rules the beings which are created in the universe and he is the one who exercises his absolute powers. Therefore the esoteric significance of standing in a circle represents something entirely different than what the conventional books on magic dealing with the matter of evocation, invocation or incantation claim it to be.

If a magician, when standing in the magic circle, were not conscious of this esoteric significance — that he symbolizes God, the infinite Being — he would be unable to exert any influence upon a being. At that point, the magician is a consummate magical authority and all powers and beings must be absolutely obedient to this consummate authority.

His will and the orders he gives are the orders of the Infinite, of God, and without exception these orders must be respected by the beings with whom the magician comes in contact. Should the magician fail to have this attitude during the magical operation, he will sink to the level of a sorcerer, and he will be merely a mimic, without actually being in contact with the Highest.

His magical authority will therefore become questionable. Besides, he will face the danger of failing to gain any respect from the beings that he has summoned, or worse, he may be ridiculed. Besides which, there are all the other undesirable, accompanying problems to which he would be subjected by the powers he has summoned, especially when they are negative beings. The design and preparation of such a magic circle depends solely upon the individual preference and level of maturity of the particular magician.

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The diagram, the drawing, and the manner in which the form 24 of the Divinity is expressed in the circle is based upon the religious ideology of the magician. And that is also why the instructions regarding magic circles which an Oriental magus employs in his magical operations do not apply and cannot be used by an Occidental — because the concepts of an Oriental in regards to infinity and God are quite different from those of an Occidental.

If an Occidental magician were to draw a magic circle following Oriental instructions with all the appropriate names of Oriental divinities, then for him the circle would be completely ineffective and the purpose strived for could never be achieved. A magician who is raised in Christian religions or beliefs should never draw a magic circle that is based on the Hindu religion or belief, or one based on any other religion, because it would be an exercise in futility; in other words it would be a wasted effort.

The preparation of a magic circle always depends upon the notion and belief of one's own personal concept of God, which in this case has to be represented in a graphic manner. That is why a true magician would never think of drawing a magic circle, performing rituals and following instructions regarding ceremonial magic with which he cannot identify.

A similar situation would arise if an Occidental were to wear Oriental clothes in the Occident. The design of a magic circle should contain that which corresponds totally with the magician's point of view and which is on the same level as his individual maturity; that would be the best choice.

A magician who is completely conversant with the harmony of the universe and knows the hierarchy of the universe exactly can also consider these facts when he designs and draws the magic circle.

In accordance with the possibilities the diagram has to offer, a magician who is conversant with these matters can include the entire hierarchy of the universe in his circle, and thereby more easily raise his consciousness and more easily establish contact with the universe.Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. The triangle represents the symbol of manifestation, the symbol of everything created, in short, of everything that has come into being.

The preparation of a magic circle always depends upon the notion and belief of one's own personal concept of God, which in this case has to be represented in a graphic manner.

Book details Author: When one directs his attention to a particular instrument, this triggers in the consciousness the particular ability or power symbolized by that particular instrument. Therefore, the triangle with its lawfulness reflects itself in all things and in every respect, because it is the beginning of everything created, and the primary cause of everything comprehensible.

If a magician, when standing in the magic circle, were not conscious of this esoteric significance — that he symbolizes God, the infinite Being — he would be unable to exert any influence upon a being.

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