Evocation of Spirits

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Jan 8, 1951 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 53 pages
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The Truth About Evocation of Spirits by Donald Michael Kraig reveals the real secrets of communicating with non-physical entities. You will find that many of the things you've seen in novels or movies aren't needed: no fancy apparatus, no hypnotic trances. With this small book, evoking spirits becomes something you can do.

You'll discover what evocation really is. You'll learn a bit about its history and why the ancient grimoires describing it are full of traps and things to waste your time. Here you will learn, step-by-step, everything you need to contact spirits described in ancient texts such as The Lesser Key of Solomon the King.

First, you'll need to prepare. This simply involves determining which spirit you wish to call, making a copy of its "sigil" (signature), and also constructing a place for it to appear: the Triangle of the Art. Then gather some common items such as candles, paper, and pen and, with the help of this book, you can do this magick!

When you have everything, you are ready to begin. Start with a banishing. Here you will find a complete version of the famous Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. Next, the seer inhales incense. This alters that person's consciousness so he or she is ready to see the entity. Then call on the entity according to the instructions given here.

Then you ask for information which is in the nature of the spirit to give. Or you can ask the entity you've evoked to do something that it is capable of doing. Of course, it is only fair to give something to the creature in return. That something is magical or spiritual energy. This book explains how you can create that energy and send it to the entity. Finally, you'll learn how to release the spirit you have evoked back to its home.

Never before has so much information been packed into such a small space. If you want to learn this ancient science, get your copy today!


 

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Donald Michael Kraig was born on August 17, 1951. He received a degree in philosophy from UCLA. He also studied public speaking and music on the university level. He received a fellowship to the University of Southern California where he received a certificate in multimedia, 3D graphics, computer animation, and web design, eventually teaching computer classes there. As a musician, he performed in concert choirs, madrigal groups, and in bands that opened for groups like Elton John and Great White. He was a certified Tarot Grandmaster, clinical hypnotherapist, hypnosis instructor, and master practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. He taught courses in the Southern California area on such topics as Kabalah, Tarot, Magic, Tantra, and Psychic Development. He wrote several books including Modern Magick, Modern Sex Magick, and Tarot and Magic. His only novel was entitled The Resurrection Murders. He also contributed to several books including Ecstasy Through Tantra, Planetary Magick, The Rabbi's Tarot, and The Encyclopedia of Magic and Alchemy. He was the editor for of Llewellyn's New Times magazine and FATE magazine as well as Llewellyn's free Encyclopedia. He died from pancreatic cancer on March 17, 2014 at the age of 62.

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