BARDON EVOCATION PDF

Read more Check your inbox for your Freebie First Name Subscribe Introduction Anyone who should believe to find in this work nothing else but a collection of recipes, with the aid of which he can easily and without any effort attain to honor and glory, riches and power and aim at the annihilation of his enemies, might be told from the very inception, that he will put aside this book, being very disappointed….. Jugglers, conjurers, and charlatans have discredited this term and, considering this circumstance, there is no surprise that magic knowledge has always been looked upon with a slight disregard. The true magician will always despise such practices.

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Chapter 2 Magical Aids Although a true magician can achieve everything with his own powers — which he has earned without any other help as a result of his spiritual maturity during his magical development — it is his choice to make extensive use of ceremonial magic and all the aids that belong to it.

With the help of various aids, ceremonial magic enables the magician to make his work with occult powers easier. When one directs his attention to a particular instrument, this triggers in the consciousness the particular ability or power symbolized by that particular instrument. Once a magician takes one or another magical instrument into his hand during the evocation, he immediately comes in contact with what this instrument symbolizes and he achieves his purpose without much effort.

If a magician takes the magic wand into his hand, by making use of the wand he immediately establishes contact through his will with the spirit he wishes to evoke. The same applies to all the other magical aids because they symbolize spiritual powers, laws and attributes. Should a magician decide to employ ceremonial magic, then he must dedicate a great deal of care to his magical instruments. He must treat them with an almost religious awe, because the more carefully, the more precisely, and the more attentively they are handled, the more effective they will be.

Magical instruments are on the same level as sacred objects and they serve the magician to establish the necessary temple atmosphere for ceremonial magic. When the magician uses his magical instruments he must be in a state of complete rapture. If any magical instrument were to be used, even once, for any purpose other than that for which it was intended, then that particular instrument will immediately cease to be magically effective and will be forever useless for its actual original purpose.

Since all magical aids bring forth a very special feeling of respect in every magician, they must be hidden from the view of any uninitiated person in order to avoid any profanation. Therefore, before a magician reaches for a magical instrument, he must under all circumstances undergo an internal cleansing process, whether through prayer or suitable meditation.

He should never under any circumstances touch a magical instrument if he is not in the proper state of mind, which is absolutely essential for such a ceremony. A magician must always be conscious of the fact that all magical aids or magical instruments symbolize the most sacrosanct laws and must therefore be dealt with in the same manner as one would deal with sacred relics.

Only in the hands of a magician who takes all this into very careful consideration will the magical instruments actually bring forth magical effects.

By exactly observing the guidelines which have been recommended here in regards to the appropriate attitude and the preparation of all magical instruments, the magician calls forth within himself an extremely strong state of manifestation of belief, will and all the attributes of the law. By so doing, he thereby increases his magical authority considerably and hence exerts the necessary influence upon a being or a power so that the desired results or effects are actually realized.

Even if the magician does not use his magical instruments for a long period of time, they are still constantly in contact with the particular attributes that they symbolize. Since every instrument is magically charged or, in other words, consecrated for a specific purpose, it will never lose its magical effect if it is handled properly, even if centuries have passed since the instrument was last used.

When the magical instruments are consecrated and charged for use for a particular magician, in other words, he for whom they were made, they cannot be used by any other magician. These instruments would not be effective even if they were to fall into the hands of a magician who is completely conversant with the holy sciences of magic, unless he charges and consecrates the magical instruments anew for himself.

In the chapters that follow, I [Franz Bardon] shall describe the most important magical instruments and their symbolic analogies as far as their practical use is concerned, and how they are to be generally used in a ceremonial magical operation.

If it seems desirable and necessary, any magician, on the basis of my instructions, can make his own additional magical aids for particular magical purposes, and I [Franz Bardon] shall supply the guidelines as to how he is to proceed.

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The Practice of Magical Evocation by Franz Bardon

Bardon was rescued by Soviet soldiers who raided the camp. Bardon continued his work in the fields of Hermetics until when he was arrested and imprisoned in Brno , Czechoslovakia. Bardon died from pancreatitis on 10 July while in the custody of police. An additional fourth work attributed to him by the title of Frabato the Magician, supposed by many of his students to be a disguised autobiography.

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In contemporary western esotericism , the magic of the grimoires is frequentIy seen as the cIassicaI exampIe of this idea. ManuaIs such as the Greater Key of Solomon the King , The Lesser Key of Solomon or Lemegeton , the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage and many others provided instructions that combined intense devotion to the divine with the summoning of a personaI cadre of spirituaI advisers and familiars. The grimoires provided a variety of methods of evocation. The magician used wands , staves, incense and fire, daggers and complex diagrams drawn on parchment or upon the ground. Sometimes such a seer might be an actual medium , speaking as the spirit, not just for it. The magician is thought to gain authority among the spirits only by purity, worship and personal devotion and study.

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BARDON EVOCATION PDF

Chapter 2 Magical Aids Although a true magician can achieve everything with his own powers — which he has earned without any other help as a result of his spiritual maturity during his magical development — it is his choice to make extensive use of ceremonial magic and all the aids that belong to it. With the help of various aids, ceremonial magic enables the magician to make his work with occult powers easier. When one directs his attention to a particular instrument, this triggers in the consciousness the particular ability or power symbolized by that particular instrument. Once a magician takes one or another magical instrument into his hand during the evocation, he immediately comes in contact with what this instrument symbolizes and he achieves his purpose without much effort. If a magician takes the magic wand into his hand, by making use of the wand he immediately establishes contact through his will with the spirit he wishes to evoke. The same applies to all the other magical aids because they symbolize spiritual powers, laws and attributes. Should a magician decide to employ ceremonial magic, then he must dedicate a great deal of care to his magical instruments.

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Eveline rated it it was amazing Jan 30, When charging the wand again, he has to go about in the other way. These names of genii, together with their analogies, must be drawn magically by pronouncing them correctly. God, the creator of the universe, has not created anything unclean or evil. The difference between the two bardoh to enable man to tell the truth from the opposite and to master it. For beings coming from a certain planet the light has to be created in such a way that it is appropriate to the colour of that planet. For the triangle the barson material is used as for the circle. Bardon repeatedly emphasizes that the initiate can only develop an understanding of himself and his universe within the scope of their awareness and spiritual maturity.

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