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Monday, 10 June 2019

The Light Extended: A Journal of the Golden Dawn

Kerubim Press is publishing a new journal on the teachings of the Order of the Golden Dawn, with contributions from many big names in the esoteric community.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1908705167/&tag=sffbb-21

 CONTENTS

How the Mighty Have Fallen: A Golden Dawn Perspective on the Fallen Angels, Goetic Spirits, and the Qlippoth
by Chic Cicero and S. Tabatha Cicero

The Lesser Ritual of the Pentagram: The Foundational Ritual of the Golden Dawn Tradition
by Samuel Scarborough

The Lord of the Universe
by Frater YShY

Private Ritual for Influencing a Person for Good: or to Correct Evil Habits (Stella Matutina)
with an Introduction by Tony Fuller

Theurgy and the Body of Light
by Jayne Gibson

On the 42 Assessors of the Hall of the Two Truths: A Supplemental Z Libellus on the Enterer of the Threshold for the Study and Practice of the Adepta Major
by Adam P. Forrest

Ἑκάς ἑκάς ἐστε βέβηλοι (Hekas Hekas Este Bebeloi)
by Soror DPF

Skrying in Theory & Practice
by Alex Sumner

Thelema and the Golden Dawn: Spatting Siblings or Kissing Cousins?
by Frater D

“I Have Put On the Cloak of the Great Lady; I Am the Great Lady”: The Assumption of Godforms and the Key to Egyptian Magic
by M. Isidora Forrest

The Fire Tablet Ritual
with an Introduction by Darcy Küntz

The Enochian Alphabet: Golden Dawn Versus Dee Purist Letter Forms
by Frater Yechidah



PRAISE FOR THE BOOK

“An impressive launch to a brand new journal of Golden Dawn and Western Mysteries, 'The Light Extended' leaps right out of the gate with some of the biggest names in modern Hermeticism; with in-depth entries offered by the Ciceros (giving their view on goetia and fallen angels), the Forrests (exploring Egyptian symbolism in both modern and ancient occultism), Darcy Kuntz (a ritual involving the Enochian Watchtower of Fire), as well as Jayne Gibson, Tony Fuller, Alex Sumner, and more. You can hardly go wrong with this 300+ page compendium of modern esotericism.”

— Aaron Leitch,
author of Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires


“At a time when so much writing on occultism lumbers along wellworn trails in the foothills of magic, it's refreshing to encounter a journal that leaps for the heights. The Light Extended is such a journal. Its contents include material from across the spectrum of Golden Dawn work, from unpublished Order documents to the cutting edge of the modern tradition. No one interested in serious Golden Dawn magic can afford to be without it.”

— John Michael Greer,
editor of The Golden Dawn (Seventh Edition)
and author of Circles of Power

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