The Book of Divine Magic
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Prosveta Books
New York (516) 674-4428
West Palm Beach (516) 779-9554

Ref. : P0226AN
203 pages
ISBN 1-895978-16-5

Table of Contents

1. The Danger of the Current Revival of Magic
2. The Magic Circle of the Aura
3. The Magic Wand
4. The Magic Word
5. Talismans
6. Is Thirteen an Unlucky Number
7. The Moon
8. Working with Nature Spirits
9. Flowers and Perfumes
10. We All Work Magic
11. The Three Great Laws of Magic
12. The Hand
13. The Power of a Glance
14. The Magical Power of Trust
15. Love, the Only True Magic
16. Never Look for Revenge
17. The Exorcism and Consecration of Objects
18. Protect Your Dwelling Place

True magic, divine magic, lies in using all one's faculties, all one's knowledge, toward realizing the Kingdom of God on earth. Very few magi have reached the high level where the only ideal is to work in the Light for the Light. Those who manage to do so are the true benefactors of humanity.
Initiation is a work of inner organization, a ceaseless effort to purify and acquire the mastery of self. In view of this, it is disturbing to see the ever-growing interest in books about magic and the occult sciences: far from expressing a need for genuine spirituality, it is a sign of men's eagerness to immerse themselves in things unknown, in all that is mysterious. The results speak for themselves: instead of making people well balanced, wiser and purer, these books unleash the obscure forces slumbering within them, confuse and cloud their minds and deliver them into tha hands of inferior entities bent on the destruction of mankind.