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Ritual Offerings Artwork Sneak Peek   2 comments

GreetIngs Spirit Workers!

The upcoming Nephilim Press anthology Ritual Offerings: Feeding Your Spirits, Empowering Your Magick is moving ever closer to release!  I have been given a sneak peak at the artwork that will adorn the inside front and back of the book – and I’m now sharing it with you.  🙂

Keep in mind this is the rough version of the image. I have been assured the final version will be even more elaborate – with further planetary symbols beyond the Saturn symbols.  It’s not associated with any of the essays specifically; it’s the image you’ll see on the first and last pages of the book.  Enjoy!  🙂


I’m afraid Nephilim isn’t doing pre-orders, so stay tuned here for further updates on the release date.

Posted December 17, 2014 by kheph777 in books, magick

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The Holy Guardian Angel – New Anthology from Nephilim Press   10 comments

Greetings Devotees of the Holy Guardian Angel!

Nephilim Press will soon publish has now released a brand new anthology entitled The Holy Guardian Angel.  It is a collection of essays about the HGA by various occultists (some you know, and some new names as well) – including me!  🙂

The Holy Guardian Angel


My contribution is called After Abramelin: Working With the Holy Guardian Angel.  If you remember my older essay, The Spirit-Magick of Abramelin, this new essay is its direct counterpoint – explaining how one is supposed to work with the Guardian Angel after completing the Rite.

Here are the introductory paragraphs of my essay:

After Abramelin: Working with the Holy Guardian Angel

The Book of Abramelin is a German magickal text supposedly written by Abraham von Worms in the 1400s. It contains a method of invoking and permanently bonding with one’s Holy Guardian Angel. The angel, then, becomes the primary guide and teacher of the aspirant, and the source of his spiritual authority. This allows the aspirant to perform magick, command lesser spirits and – most importantly – strive toward a higher state of spiritual purity.

Because you are reading this book, I assume you have some familiarity with – or interest in – this famous grimoire. Yet information about it can be rather hard to find. While much has been written about the six (or eighteen) month Rite outlined in that book, precious little has been written about how the system works after those months are completed. In a previous anthology I was given the opportunity to write about the spirit-magick of Abramelin, providing a basic outline of how one should work with the spirits and talismans of that system after completing the initiation. Now, I have been given another opportunity to provide my readers with a rare glimpse into the practice of Abramelin – this time concerning the Holy Guardian Angel itself.

All too often, seekers who read the Book of Abramelin make the assumption that it is “just” an evocation ceremony. A lengthy and involved one, for certain, but ultimately just a method of summoning a very powerful angel. That angel, then, will immediately answer all of your questions about life, the universe and everything and provide you with all the miracle-working powers you could desire.  Afterward, you go on with your life as an empowered magus and never need look back at Abramelin again. As they say: “Been there, done that.”

Let me assure you, nothing could be further from the truth. In this essay, I will tell you what you can likely expect during the final days of the initiation itself and in the weeks, months and years that follow. I will bust any number of Abramelin myths, and explain how Abraham himself outlines the system as it should be practiced over the course of a lifetime.


Now available at the Nephilim Press homepage!  🙂 🙂 🙂

You can read more about the anthology – including a table of contents – at The Lion’s Den blog.

P.S. – a special congrats goes out to Frater Rufus Opus, who is being “officially” published for the very first time in this anthology!  Good work, brother!


Posted May 31, 2013 by kheph777 in books

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