A Treatise on White Magic, Or, The Way of the Disciple

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Lucis Publishing Company, 1970 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 705 pages
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Fifteen Rules for Magic - the soul, the White Magician, becoming manifest through its own inherent magical powers. The human being is essentially and inherently divine. The soul is the means whereby humanity evolves a consciousness of divinity, redeems gross matter and liberates the pure flame of spirit. This work talks about White Magic.

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Review: A Treatise on White Magic: The Way of the Disciple

User Review  - Rae Coleman - Goodreads

I never actually finished it... It was hard to read for extended periods bc of how dry it is... Oh yeah & I lost out somehow! Ugh... It is a great, informative work Read full review

Review: A Treatise on White Magic: The Way of the Disciple

User Review  - Bodo Balsys - Goodreads

Fantastic book relating to the taking of up to the third initiation for disciples - read it many times and you will always find more depth to it. Read full review

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