When one looks back in ancient history, there are a few great magicians that stand out. Magicians that shook the world so intensely that their influence continues to inform not only the occult, but history in general. We have Apollonius of Tyana, the great wizard and Neopythagorean philosopher, the famed Hermes Trismegistus who has influenced occultism far and wide. From the Old Testament we have the witch of Endor, Balaam and King Solomon to name a few. From the New Testament we have Simon Magus, Paul and so on and so forth. We can be here for days naming each and every magician and occultist who has influenced all of us, whether we know they have or not.
One magician, however, stands out. To most he is not considered a magician at all but a prophet of God, the messiah himself...Jesus. No matter how one views Jesus, there is no doubt that his "miracles" as people like to call them, were in fact, acts of magick. In this book we will be discussing Jesus' magick and how we can tap into his power. Whether you believe Jesus truly existed as a flesh and blood human being or as simply an archetype representing an idea, there is no doubt that Jesus changed the world with his teachings or the teachings ascribed to him.
In saying that, I would like to point out that this book will not argue for or against the historicity of Jesus; that is for you to decide. My goal here is to provide a way to use some of the symbology of Jesus to perform magick. It may not be the same exact magick he himself performed.
As you may know from my other books, I like to give some background before I go into the rituals themselves. This book will follow the same pattern. In fact, this book will be quite heavy on history so if you want to skip right to the rituals you may if the history is not something that interests you. I for one think every occultist and magician should also be an historian. It helps put everything in context.
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