Summoning Spirits: The Art of Magical Evocation

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Llewellyn Publications, Sep 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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Now you can learn how to evoke and communicate with 50 spirit entities and make use of their abilities, when you get Summoning Spirits by Konstantinos.

Evoking spirits is one of the most powerful magical techniques you can use-but, until now, most of the material available on evocation has been virtually unusable because it was written by those with little practical evocation experience. Summoning Spirits was written by a practicing magician who has successfully performed many evocations. With his guidance and clear directions, performing evocations will be easy and safe for anyone.

·Learn to safely evoke powerful spirits to aid you with any task
·Create sigils charged with the energy of spirits to magnify the effects of your evocations
·Make an etheric egregore, a manufactured spirit that will perform the task of your choice
·Perform easy exercises to train your magical abilities and to develop clairvoyance and clairaudience
·Construct, prepare, and use special magical tools to aid your evocations
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Summoning Spirits is a complete manual for evoking entities to effect positive changes in your life. Learn how the spirits that dwell on the other planes can be evoked to the astral and physical planes to help you obtain mystical abilities, locate hidden "treasure," and even command a spirit "army" to protect your home while you're away.

Summoning Spirits describes the specific attributes and abilities of 50 entities that you can evoke to uncover valuable knowledge, and who will help you succeed in nearly any task, magical or mundane.

Whether you need help to face life's challenges or to work a minor miracle, you will find the art of magical evocation a tremendously potent tool for change. Included are information and theory, as well as full instructions for all the rituals you will need to prepare for and then evoke spirits. No other book makes this ancient magical technique as easy to understand and use, as does this one. That's why you must get Summoning Spirits.

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Review: Summoning Spirits: The Art of Magical Evocation

User Review  - Alexandra Chauran - Goodreads

This sort of book tickles my fancy, and I can tell I'm the ideal audience. I already have a pretty firm grasp on ceremonial magic, but just need some quick and dirty reminders packed in a small and ... Read full review

Review: Summoning Spirits: The Art of Magical Evocation

User Review  - Rex Ross - Goodreads

I'd have to say that out of all of Konstantino's books, this is probably the best. It's less fluffy and more serious than his later books on dark wicca and that sort of thing. Nothing new or really ... Read full review

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Magical Training
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Konstantinos is a recognized expert on occult, new age, and paranormal topics. nbsp;He has a bachelor's degree in journalism and technical writing from New York Polytechnic Institute. nbsp;He is a published author of articles and short fiction which have been featured in numerous publications including Popular Electronics, The Spook, and FATE Magazine. nbsp;Konstantinos is a popular lecturer on the paranormal at colleges and bookstores in the New York City area and he has appeared on CNBC's After Hours and The Ricki Lake Show. A Dark Neopagan, Konstantinos has been researching the occult and practicing magick for over fifteen years. Born and raised in Long Island, New York, Konstantinos now devotes his time to writing, singing Gothic rock music, and exploring nocturnal life in New York City and around the country. Konstantinos is also the author of Vampires: The Occult Truth , Summoning Spirits : The Art of Magical Evocation , Speak with the Dead: 7 Methods for Spirit Communication , Gothic Grimoire , Nocturnal Witchcraft ,nbsp; Nocturnicon: Calling Dark Forces and Powers , and the forthcoming Werewolves: The Occult Truth (September 2010).

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