Tuesday, October 26, 2010

HOW TO MAKE AND USE TALISMANS By ISRAEL REGARDIE



A TALISMAN IS any object, sacred or profane, with or  without appropriate inscriptions or symbols, uncharged or  consecrated by means of appropriate ritual magic or  meditation. Amongst other things it exerts an autosuggestive  effect on the wearer. It is made to serve a  specific end, to bring good fortune in some area of life, or  to achieve some specifically named goal. An amulet is in  effect no different, save that as a charm it is supposed to  be worn for protection against disease, sickness, illfortune,  or witchcraft. For the purpose of this manual, the  word talisman will be the preferred term. In passing, it  should be emphasized that I have no fundamental  objection to the theory of suggestion so long as it is  clearly understood that suggestion cannot implant in or  evoke from the psyche what is not already there.  Suggestion is evocative only of those psycho-spiritual  factors that are innate.


















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