Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Azoetia: A Grimoire of the Sabbatic Craft

This is an amazing book but with a collector's price. If you can't afford the high cost, you might try browsing around online for a digital version. This book is a must read for anyone interested in serious magick or witchcraft.

Quite unlike most grimoires, this one is a personal masterpiece, filled with haunting and riveting invocations and impressive surrealist artwork. This book is really something else, and needs to be looked through to appreciate. The closest thing for comparison is something like William Blake's art/peotry books or Jung's new Red Book.

This book seems more difficult than it is as well. He writes in a very deliberate, almost archaic, writing style but that is to put one "in the mood" which it does well. I can't even read through this book without feeling subtle psychological changes taking place in my brain. It's like being on a drug.

The main themes of this book are to take on a pathworking through the magickal alphabet. The theme of the Sabbat here is to harmonize and unify the male and female aspects of our psyche, creating real power and dynamism in our life.

While this is a huge collector's item, I hope people are still working with it and practicing it and not just sitting on a shelf as a pretty book

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