Item #70551 Working High Magick. Frater Zarathustra, Soror Veritas, Nelson WHITE, Anne.

Working High Magick.

Pasadena, CA: The Technology Group, 1990. Second Edition - Sixth Printing. Softcover. Quarto. viii + 103 leaves (printed on rectos only) + (xi leaves publisher's adverts). White card covers (pictorial on front cover) with black paper spine. B/w illustrations. Text duplicated from typescript, pages printed on rectos only. Nelson White (Frater Zarathustra) (1938-2003) enjoyed a somewhat varied and extensive education and career in Electronics, Defense and Education, during which White obtained a number of "honorary" Doctorates. Dr. White and his wife Anne (also an ordained minister) were active in the Southern California Occult scene for over 20 years, and were instrumental in the formation and operation of several Esoteric Churches and Magickal Orders. The White's published, edited and wrote numerous (possibly all) articles for a quarterly magazine of Ceremonial Magick: "The White Light".as well as at least 50 books on Magick and other topics most of which were published under their imprint "The Technology Group". They also operated a Religious Supply and Book store in Pasadena, for over a decade. The remains of their magickal writings & library are housed in a library in Santa Barbara, CA. This volume is a "sequel" to their earlier "Secret Magick Revealed", this volume takes the intermediate student through the more advanced ceremonial magic practice. Chapters include: "What is High Magick", "The Tree of Life", "Divination", "Healing", "Talismans", "Scrying", "Astral Projection", "Angelic Operations", "White's Law: the Horsepower Rule in Magick", "Your own Rituals", "Sexual Polarities", "Self-hypnosis and Pendulum Work", "The Magickal Library", "Ritual for Protection", "Prayers from Sworn Book of Honourius", "Conjurations from Lemegeton", etc. Covers slightly rubbed, lightly marked and a little darkened, small tear and a little creasing to front-edge of front cover, previous owner's "ex-libris" stamp on title-page, otherwise a solid, clean VG+ copy. Item #70551
ISBN: 0939856271

Price: $150.00