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Ogdoadic Magick: Being a Year of Study with an Arum Solis Commandery

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For the person wishing to undertake a reliable study of magic in a place where a working group is not established, or the person who simply seeks a solitary practice, Norman Kraft has developed a credible and meaningful text for the initiate. Kraft's Aurum Solis: Initiation in a Modern Mystical Order began as a training manual for members of the Aurum Solis in their first ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published November 30th 1999 by Weiser Books
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