The Sacred Book of Death, Hindu Spiritism, Soul Transition and Soul Reincarnation: Exclusive Instruction for the Personal Use of Dr. de Laurence's Chelas (disciples) ...
De Laurence, Scott, 1905 - Occultism - 400 pages
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Page 394 - A man also or woman that hath a familiar spirit, or that is a wizard, shall surely be put to death : they shall stone them with stones ; their blood shall be upon them.
Page 360 - What is born of the flesh is flesh, and what is born of the Spirit is spirit.
Page 394 - And the soul that turneth after such as have familiar spirits, and after wizards, to go a whoring after them, I will even set my face against that soul, and will cut him off from among his people.
Page 391 - Thee most devoutedly, and supplicates Thee by Thy Holy and tremendous Name Tetragrammaton to be propitious, and to order Thine Angels and Spirits to come and take up their abode in this place; O ye Angels and Spirits of the Stars, O all ye Angels and Elementary Spirits, O all ye Spirits present before the Face of God, I the Minister and faithful Servant of the Most High conjure ye, let God himself, the Existence of Existences, conjure ye to come and be present at this Operation, I, the Servant of...
Page 392 - Elohim', etc. It is necessary also, in the Conjuration of the Book, to summon all the Angels whose Names are written therein in the form of Litanies, the which thou shalt do with devotion; and even if the Angels and Spirits appear not in the Consecration of the Book, be not thou astonished thereat, seeing that they are of a pure nature, and consequently have much difficulty in...
Page 387 - Lord thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven — make clean my heart within me, and take not thy holy spirit from me. O Lord, by thy name I have called them, suffer them to administer unto me.
Page 385 - Altar, wherein you shall kindle the holy fire, and make a precious perfume every day that you pray. "Now for your habit, you shall have a long garment of white linen, close before and behind, which may come down quite over the feet, and gird yourself about the loins with a girdle. You shall likewise have a veil made of pure white linen on which must be wrote in a gilt lamen, the name Tetragrammaton; all which things are to be consecrated and sanctified in order.
Page 377 - I have here set down, so that by observing the same perfectly, without failing in the slightest particular, you shall at the end of the Operation find the value thereof. I am now, therefore, about to give you distinct and sufficient information how to employ the Symbols, -j- and how to proceed if you wish to acquire others.
Page 390 - ... whereon thou shalt lay the Book opened at the Great Pentacle which should be drawn on the first leaf of the said Book ; and having kindled a lamp which should be suspended above the centre of the table, thou shalt surround the said table with a white curtain ; f clothe thyself in the proper vestments, and holding the Book open, repeat upon thy knees the following prayer with great humility : — THE PRAYER.