Maat Magick: A Guide to Self-Initiation

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Weiser Books, Jan 15, 1995 - Fiction - 237 pages
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Progressing from Thelemic Magick, Maat Magick transforms the ashes and rubble of the destruction caused by the old formula of the Dying God into a new world society. These rituals are designed for the individual, but can be adapted for group work.Introduction by Kenneth Grant, foreword by Jan Fries. Includes "Liber Pennae Praenumbra," a document received by Nema while in a visionary trance. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
  

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The entire book is quite wonderful and very useful. I especially like the article on The Forgotten Ones.... :) Read full review

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An excellent and very positive text on initiation from Malkuth to Kether. I found it inspiring. Read full review

Contents

Maat the Divine Illusion
3
Feather of Maat
4
MalkuthKingdom
9
Altar
10
YesodFoundation
17
Astral Temple
20
HodSplendor
23
NetzachVictory
33
The Abyss
69
BinahUnderstanding
75
ChokmahWisdom
81
Preshadowing of the Feather
89
Practice
107
Banishments Feather and Flame
115
The Forgotten Ones
142
Mass of Maat
163

TipherethBeauty
43
GeburahStrength
51
ChesedMercy
59
Vortex 178
178
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About the author (1995)

Nema and World War II were born in September 1939; history has grown increasingly more complex ever since.

Her formal education occurred in parochial schools, a convent boarding school, and at the College of Mount St. Joseph near Cincinnati, Ohio, where she received a B.A. in English.

In her search for transmundane knowledge and understanding, she has relied on her experiences, and on those of her colleagues, with vision trances, unlearned knowledge, and spiritual ecstasy, interpreted through traditional theories, practices and beliefs.

Inspired by a document received in vision trance, Liber Pennae Praenumbra (first published in the Cincinnati Journal of Ceremonial Magick (CJCM), edited by Louis Martinie), Nema wrote Maat Magick: a Guide to Self-Initiation (Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1995) to present her version of magickal Initiatory processes and progress. Her teachers were the writings of several experienced authors in the Western occult tradition: Aleister Crowley, Dion Fortune, Kenneth Grant, Frater Achad, Israel Regardie, and a few others.



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