Power Over Life Death

A magician who perfectly masters the elements and the electromagnetic fluid also is master over life and death of every human being. But he will never dare to menace the lives of his fellow men, though he knows exactly how to induce a magical death. There would be a lot of possibilities of doing so, but I desist from quoting such methods in order not to lead the magician into temptation. According to the universal laws, a magician of illumined spirit and perfect mastery of occult faculties and powers also will be able to raise the recently deceased from the dead. Backed by his high mystical experiences and with the help of his well-trained senses, the magician can see not only the working of the elements in the body, spirit and soul, but also the effect of the electromagnetic fluid; moreover, he can notice the connecting bond between the material, astral and mental bodies, and he knows how all this can be influenced according to the universal laws. It will be easy for him to restore the two connecting links by means of the elements and the electromagnetic fluid. In a case where no vital organ has been destroyed, the magician can restore to life, provided he has been destined by Divine Providence to do so. He can cancel the death of persons or animals killed by electric shock (lightning or similar events). All he has to do in such cases is to establish the contact with the spirit in akasa, deliberately inducing the electromagnetic fluid between the spirit and the soul in order to fix the connecting link between them. Then he has to do the same with respect to the astral matrix connecting the soul and body by means of the elements and the electromagnetic fluid. The deceased one is restored to life by instantaneously filling the body with the principle of light. This is the synthesis of the resuscitation in the magical way as induced with the powers of the elements and the electromagnetic fluid, no matter whether willpower or other methods play a role in it. It is well known that higher adepts have accomplished such resuscitations.

Before finishing Step X, I am going to point out once more that not all of the magic faculties described here have to be mastered. In recognition of and obedience to the spiritual law that governs the Universe, I have given the magician directions of how to brig about such phenomena bordering on the miraculous. It is left entirely to the magician himself how far he is going to specialize in one or the other of the disciplines. A perfectly skilled adept can execute everything and perform even greater magic phenomena than the ones I have mentioned here in the light of the universal laws.

Consequently, the complete course of instruction concerning the first Tarot card, the one of the magician, has come to an end. People who have made up their minds to follow this course practically have been given the opportunity of completing their development. There is no other way to render the practice more understandable that I did. The description I have given here responds to the knowledge handed down till now only in the temples of mysteries, and imparted to the most selected and trustworthy scholars. Those who want quick results will be disappointed, for sometimes these studies will spread over years. But his fact will not deter the sincere scholar from penetrating the knowledge of the first initiation. For this reason, the first card, the magician, represents the gate to true initiation. A great many people who have been smiling ironically about the problem of magic probably will have to change their minds after reading this book. There are so many misconceptions about magic, and you should never forget that things are often misinterpreted. Magic is the most difficult knowledge on earth that has to be mastered not only theoretically, but first of all practically. It is much easier to attain intellectual knowledge than to become a true Magician.

The Illustrated Key To The Tarot

The Illustrated Key To The Tarot

The pathology of the poet says that the undevout astronomer is mad the pathology of the very plain man says that the genius is mad and between these extremes, which stand for ten thousand analogous excesses, the sovereign reason takes the part of a moderator and does what it can. I do not think that there is a pathology of the occult dedications, but about their extravagances no one can question, and it is not less difficult than thankless to act as a moderator regarding them.

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