Pyramidos: Self Initiation in the Aeon of Horus
Pyramidos- DG Mattichak Jr
DG Mattichak Jr's latest book, Pyramidos 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.
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The weapons that correspond to the Element Fire are all expressions of the practical application of the magician’s will. The primary weapon of Fire is the Magick Wand, also often called the Magick Rod. This implement represents the direct application of the magician’s will in its pure form and is the tool that is used to direct the magick force of an operation. Continue reading
According to the strictest discipline of ceremonial magick everything that the magician uses to prepare for and to perform an operation of magick should be consecrated to the accomplishment of its objective. This makes them just as much a magick weapon as the more obvious implements and so objects like the Magick Book and the Pen that are used to record the ceremony are weapons of magick art. Most literature on the magick weapons focuses solely on the four central elemental weapons and often includes something about the magick sword. Occasionally they will also mention the need to keep the paraphernalia of magickal practice quarantined from normal day to day usage but this falls well short of the true importance and use of these magick tools. Continue reading