06 September 2005

Kabbalistic Cycles and the Mastery of Life

Dr Lisiewski has a new book out, this one on the Kabbalah (Qabalah, QBLH, et al.) in the context of life cycles. It'll be on my to-read list soon enough, as his last book, Ceremonial Magic and the Power of Evocation, was quite excellent and I will be performing rites from it very soon.

From the book description: This groundbreaking book reveals a new system of occult cycles that gives you complete Control over your own life. The Kabbalistic Cycles System explains heretofore hidden universal laws known to but a few. The knowledge of these strange cycles — and the detailed, step-by-step explanation of their derivation and use — will place you light years beyond those who would maintain a stranglehold over you. Continue reading…

EDIT — Turns out Dr Lisiewski has been busy. He has two more books to be released shortly after this one, too. Click here to check them out on New Falcon's site.

5 comments:

channel null said...

I'd be interested to know how the Lisiewski-style evocations turn out, and what you did during them; the rumor on the cyberweb is that it involves following a grimiore, the Heptameron, to the letter and going to church, possibly to steal supplies like holy water, consecrated hosts, etc.

Fell said...

Yeah, Lisiewski is pretty adament about users following the grimoire to the letter — which I am going to do. However, I am also going to be performing the rite while on psilocybin. The stuff we tried out while in the Rocky Mountains a few weeks ago were perfect for this sort of thing. My plan is to memorise the rites and perform them while in a trance state, as I am confident I can more assuredly accomplish the feats laid out on the mushrooms rather than in a waking "sober" state. The psilocybin, akin to Salvia divinorum, offered a much more intuitive sense of symbolism, a lack of fear, and a concentration unlike that when I am in my normal waking state.

michael said...

I always wanted to check out Ceremonial Magic and the Power of Evocation and compare it with Konstantinos' Summoning Spirits, but I've been very skeptical of many recently released occult books over the past few years. They never seem to have anything interesting or innovative to say anymore. Maybe I'll give in and check this one out.

Fell said...

I admit that my friend is much more familiar with ceremonial evocations than I am, but I found Lisiewski's book (in comparison to any books on magic I've read) to be confident and rooted in his research. He takes a few stabs at Crowley and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn — not an easy task unto itself — but he's really looked into the Enochian workings and through his exploration of the Heptameron, while maybe not the easiest, has produced the results he desired: evoking to manifestation.

I figure it's time to throw cautin to the wind, like peeing off a trestle! Besides, I want pictures…

My only concern so far is that I will two or three individuals with me, afar, and I want to ensure their safety. After all my years of theory and practice, I am sure that there will be something of an electromagnetic spooge in the environment and I don't want them to fall ill. Even in the book, Dr Lisiewski warns about prolonged exposure to the area for at least thirty days after the ritual. I'm guessing at electromagnetic radiation, as I've discussed it with a physicist on another board in the past.

ps — I love the quote you have by Hippocrates: "Prayer indeed is good, but while calling on the gods, a man should himself lend a hand."

michael said...

Heh he... Yeah, I found a lot of good quotes that I mixed in on that front page. A lot of them make a great deal of common sense that seems to be lost on most people in today's society.