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Black & White Magic: Understanding the 2 Modes of Manifestation

I amOct 17, 2018, 2:30:36 PM
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We have expanded on this to extrapolate the core principle at work in each modality. WE ARE  ALL Magicians of consciousness, and what that means is, we create at ALL moments of  NOW using either form of manifestation. In addition, the universe we are a part of is  predicated or based on FREE WILL, which means there are no victims, only Contracts of  varying degree's of honor­ability. While your awareness of how this perfect harmony unfolds  maybe limited, it operates fully and completely with or without your conscious awareness. It is  when we begin to acknowledge Natural Law, Universal Law, and the Contractual Nature of  our reality that we see the 2 forms of manifestation swing into focus.


Manifestation of our Desires using our WILL, is how ALL things come into BEing within our  reality. How we choose to make our desires a reality is where we begin to see the  differentiation between Wizardry and Sorcery. 


Wizards, use co­creation to achieve their goals and ends. Co­creation, just like with  Contracts, requires full transparency, responsibility and liability in order to be honorable.  Which means, if you have a desire, then you work with others transparently to co­create your  desire. Consent of ALL beings who are impacted is the key. For example, if you want to  create a Permaculture farm, in order to gain consent, you would need to reveal your intentions  and ideas to ALL who would be affected by your actions, and if even one person does not  fully understand, you take the time to expand their awareness so that they can understand;  even at the cost of your desires. Do no HARM  is another guiding principle of Wizardry. 


Sorcerers, use manipulation and deception to achieve their goals and ends. Taking the  example from above, if you desire to create a Permaculture farm, instead of gaining consent  of all who would be affected, you just begin your project regardless of who is impacted.  Sorcerers generally are only focused on the ends being achieved, regardless of the effects  they may have on others; a Service to Self Modality. Manipulation involves only revealing  what you need in order to get your way; non­transparent dealings with others. For example, if  you want to live in a clean house with your room mate, instead of making this intention known  and working to co­create with your roommate, you instead resort to outbursts of anger and  insults to compel this person to adhere to your will. 




The KEY Concept: is Wizards offer expanded consciousness, awareness and empowerment  to those that come into co­creation with them. This means one's truth is offered and  ALLOWANCE of that individual to freely integrate this truth is maintained. A Wizard Allows,  but does not Force. Which means some desires will not be manifested until ALL whom are  affected consent. Sometimes this means changing yourself to suite the greater whole, instead  of only thinking of yourself and what you want. A Sorcerer will justify the means to gain the  ends, and as a result will create more chaos and obstacles which will need to be addressed  after the fact. Forcing and Manipulation always come with a price. 


As the below post describes, the Sorcerer uses a "dark spirit" whom they have willing entered  into a contract with, to manifest their desires into the world. This form of Dark Magic, or  Sorcery comes with the price of becoming the slave of the "dark spirit" after the life of the  Sorcerer has ended. 


While the usage of spirits has popularly been associated with Dark Magic, many forms of  White Magic employ Spirits. Consider the work of Channellers, Mediums, Psychics and the  like, who all employ various Spiritual Intelligence's to achieve their ends; usually expanded  consciousness and knowledge. And obviously Source, the Creator, or God, is also a vast  spiritual intelligence at the Wizards disposal for self empowerment and co­creative  expression.


Each of us is already acting as a Wizard or Sorcerer in different times within our  life. This Data is Empowering for us, because we can reflect on our past experiences and  future aspirations to determine which mode of manifestation we are using; choosing the best  for ALL and avoiding the costs associated with Sorcery. Although Wizardry requires more  effort on the whole, it will always yields growth and expansion for all involved. And we are  entering into a time, when Wizardry or Service to Others, will be the key form of expression,  appose to Sorcery which has ruled the day for thousands of years since the Fall of Atlantis .  ­ -Justin


"The practice of magick – either white or black – depends upon the ability of the adept to  control the universal life force – that which Eliphas Levi calls the great magical agent or astral  light….in the arcanum of magic it is declared that ‘he controls the soul who controls the blood  of another.” 


True black magic is performed with the aid of a demoniacal spirit, who serves the sorcerer for  the length of his earthly life, with the understanding that after death the magician shall  become the servant of his own demon. For this reason a black magician will go to  inconceivable ends to prolong his physical life, since there is nothing for him beyond the  grave. – Manly P. Hall 


Many P. Hall Secret Teachings of All Ages – CEREMONIAL magic is the ancient art  of invoking and controlling spirits by a scientific application of certain formulae. A magician,  enveloped in sanctified vestments and carrying a wand inscribed with hieroglyphic figures,  could by the power vested in certain words and symbols control the invisible inhabitants of the  elements and of the astral world. While the elaborate ceremonial magic of antiquity was not necessarily evil, there arose from its perversion several false schools of sorcery, or black  magic.  Egypt, a great center of learning and the birthplace of many arts and sciences, furnished an  ideal environment for Transcendental experimentation. Here the black magicians of Atlantis  continued to exercise their superhuman powers until they had completely undermined and  corrupted the morals of the primitive Mysteries. By establishing a sacerdotal caste they  usurped the position formerly occupied by the initiates, and seized the reins of spiritual  government. 


Thus black magic dictated the state religion and paralyzed the intellectual and spiritual  activities of the individual by demanding his complete and unhesitating acquiescence in the  dogma formulated by the priestcraft [extrinsic beliefs which must be accepted without having  intrinsic understanding; this is the basis of ALL forms of mind control]. The Pharaoh became a  puppet in the hands of the Scarlet Council — a committee of archsorcerers elevated to power  by the priesthood.  These sorcerers then began the systematic destruction of all keys to the ancient wisdom, so  that none might have access to the knowledge necessary to reach adeptship without first  becoming one of their order [Suppression of intrinsic knowledge]. They mutilated the rituals of  the Mysteries while professing to preserve them, so that even though the neophyte passed  through the degrees he could not secure the knowledge to which he was entitled. Idolatry was  introduced by encouraging the worship of the images which in the beginning the wise had  erected solely as symbols for study and meditation [Deep allegorical meanings to this day are  embedded in Occult symbolism, which decoded properly, can still convey the knowledge of  the ages]. 


False interpretations were given to the emblems and figures of the Mysteries, and elaborate  theologies were created to confuse the minds of their devotees. The masses, deprived of their  birthright of understanding and groveling in ignorance, eventually became the abject slaves of  the spiritual impostors. Superstition universally prevailed and the black magicians completely  dominated national affairs, with the result that humanity still suffers from the sophistries of the  priestcrafts of Atlantis and Egypt.  Fully convinced that their Scriptures sanctioned it, numerous medieval Qabbalists devoted  their lives to the practice of ceremonial magic. The transcendentalism of the Qabbalists is  founded upon the ancient and magical formula of King Solomon, who has long been  considered by the Jews as the prince of ceremonial magicians.  Among the Qabbalists of the Middle Ages were a great number of black magicians who  strayed from the noble concepts of the Sepher Yetzirah and became enmeshed in demonism  and witchcraft. They sought to substitute magic mirrors, consecrated daggers, and circles  spread around posts of coffin nails, for the living of that virtuous life which, without the  assistance of complicated rituals or submundane creatures, unfailingly brings man to the state  of true individual completion.


Those who sought to control elemental spirits through ceremonial magic did so largely with  the hope of securing from the invisible worlds either rare knowledge or supernatural power.  The little red daemon of Napolean Bonaparte and the infamous oracular heads of de Medici  are examples of the disastrous results of permitting elemental beings to dictate the course of  human procedure.  While the learned and godlike daemon of Socrates seems to have been an exception, this  really proves that the intellectual and moral status of the magician has much to do with the  type of elemental he is capable of invoking [are they using Wizardry or Sorcery as described  above]. But even the daemon of Socrates deserted the philosopher when the sentence of  death was passed.  Transcendentalism and all forms of phenomenalistic magic are but blind alleys — outgrowths  of Atlantean sorcery; and those who forsake the straight path of philosophy to wander therein  almost invariably fall victims to their imprudence. Man, incapable of controlling his own  appetites, is not equal to the task of governing the fiery and tempestuous elemental spirits.  Many a magician has lost his life as the result of opening a way whereby submundane  creatures could become active participants in his affairs. When Eliphas Levi invoked the spirit  of Apollonius of Tyana, what did he hope to accomplish? Is the gratification of curiosity a  motive sufficient to warrant the devotion of an entire lifetime to a dangerous and unprofitable  pursuit? If the living Apollonius refused to divulge his secrets to the profane, is there any  probability that after death he would disclose them to the curious­minded? 


Levi himself did not dare to assert that the specter which appeared to him was actually the  great philosopher, for Levi realized only too well the proclivity of elementals to impersonate  those who have passed on. The majority of modern mediumistic apparitions are but elemental  creatures masquerading through bodies composed of thought substance supplied by the very  persons desiring to behold these wraiths of decarnate beings.  The Theory and Practice of Black Magic




Baphomet : The Goat of Mendez

The practice of magick – either white or black – depends upon the ability of the adept to  control the universal life force – that which Eliphas Levi calls the great magical agent or astral  light.


By the manipulation of this fluidic essence, the phenomena of transcendentalism are  produced.  The famous hermaphroditic Goat of Mendes was a composite creature formulated to  symbolize this astral light. It is identical with Baphomet, the mystic pantheos of those disciples  of ceremonial magic, the Templars, who probably obtained it from the Arabians. 


Some Understanding of the intricate theory and practice of ceremonial magic may be derived from a brief consideration of its underlying premises.


FIRTS,  The visible universe has an invisible counterpart, the higher planes of which are  peopled by good and beautiful spirits; the lower planes, dark and foreboding, are the  habitation of evil spirits and demons under the leadership of the Fallen Angel and his ten  Princes. 


SECOND, By means of the secret processes of ceremonial magic it is possible to contact these  invisible creatures and gain their help in some human undertaking. Good spirits willingly lend  their assistance to any worthy enterprise, but the evil spirits serve only those who live to  pervert and destroy [it is easy to discern which spirit you have contacted once you gain  awareness of the 2 modes of manifestation described above]. 


THIRD, It is possible to make contracts with spirits whereby the magician becomes for a  stipulated time the master of an elemental being. 


FOURTH, True black magic is performed with the aid of a demoniacal spirit, who serves the  sorcerer for the length of his earthly life, with the understanding that after death the magician  shall become the servant of his own demon. For this reason a black magician will go to  inconceivable ends to prolong his physical life, since there is nothing for him beyond the grave.  The most dangerous form of black magic is the scientific perversion of occult power for the gratification of personal desire. Its  less complex  and more universal form is human selfishness, for selfishness is the fundamental cause of all worldly evil [selfishness which is not harmonized with the whole. Holistic Self­Centeredness,  is entirely different. If we acknowledge the ONENESS of all things, and identify with the  ALLSELF then we are entering the realm of Wizardry]. A man will barter his eternal soul for  temporal power, and down through the ages a mysterious process has been evolved which  actually enables him to make this exchange. 




In its various branches the black art includes nearly all forms of ceremonial magic,  necromancy, witchcraft, sorcery, and vampirism. Under the same general heading are also  included mesmerism and hypnotism, except when used solely for medical purposes, and  even then there is an element of risk for all concerned [transparent co­creation is key].  Though the demonism of the Middle Ages seems to have disappeared, there is abundant  evidence that in many forms of modern thought — especially the so­called “prosperity”  philosophy, “will­power building” metaphysics, and systems of “high­pressure” salesmanship  — black magic has merely passed through a metamorphosis, and although its name be  changed its nature remains the same.  A well­known magician of the Middle Ages was Dr. Johannes Faustus, more commonly  known as Dr. Faust. By a study of magical writings he was enabled to bind to his service an  elemental who served him for many years in various capacities. Strange legends are told  concerning the magical powers possessed by Dr. Faust. Upon one occasion the philosopher,  being apparently in a playful mood, threw his mantle over a number of eggs in a  market­woman’s basket, causing them to hatch instantly. At another time, having fallen  overboard from a small boat, he was picked up and returned to the craft with his clothes still  dry.


But, like nearly all other magicians, Dr. Faust came at length to disaster; he was found one  morning with a knife in his back, and it was commonly believed that his familiar spirit had  murdered him [Sorcery always comes with a price]. Although Goethe’s Dr. Faust is generally  regarded as merely a fictional character, this old magician actually lived during the sixteenth  century. Dr. Faust wrote a book describing his experiences with spirits, a section of which is  reprinted below. (Dr. Faust must not be confused with Johann Fust, the printer.)  “While the black magician at the time of signing his pact with the elemental demon may be  fully convinced that he is strong enough to control indefinitely the powers placed at his  disposal, he is speedily undeceived. Before many years elapse he must turn all his energies  to the problem of self­preservation. A world of horrors to which he has attuned himself by his  own covetousness looms nearer every day, until he exists upon the edge of a seething  maelstrom, expecting momentarily to to be sucked down into its turbid depths.  Afraid to die — because he will become the servant of his own demon — the magician  commits crime after crime to prolong his wretched earthly existence. Realizing that life is  maintained by the aid of a mysterious universal life force which is the common property of all  creatures, the black magician often becomes an occult vampire, stealing this energy from  others. According to mediaeval superstition, black magicians turned themselves into werewolves and roamed the earth at night, attacking defenseless victims for the life force  contained in their blood.”


Extract from the Book of Dr. Faust, Wittenberg, 1524 (an abridged translation from the original German of the book ordered destroyed)


“From my youth I followed art and science and was tireless in my reading of books. Among  those which came to my hand was a volume containing all kinds of invocations and magical  formulae. In this book I discovered information to the effect that a spirit, whether he be of the  fire, the water, the earth or the air, can be compelled to do the will of a magician capable of  controlling him. I also discovered that according as one spirit has more power than another,  each is adapted for a different operation and each is capable of producing certain  supernatural effects. 


“After reading this wonderful book, I made several experiments, desiring to test the accuracy  of the statements made therein. At first I had little faith that what was promised would take  place. But at the very first invocation which I attempted a mighty spirit manifested to me,  desiring to know why I had manifested him. His coming so amazed me that I scarcely knew  what to say, but finally asked him if he would serve me in my magical investigations. He  replied that if certain conditions were agreed upon he would. The conditions were that I  should make a pact with him. This I did not desire to do, but as in my ignorance I had not  protected myself with a circle and was actually at the mercy of the spirit, I did not dare to  refuse his request and resigned myself to the inevitable, considering it wisest to to turn my  mantle according to the wind. 


“I then told him that if he would be serviceable to my desires and requests and needs for a  certain length of time, I would sign myself over to him. After the pact had been arranged, this  mighty spirit, whose name was Ashteroth, ["Ashtar" ­B:.B:.] introduced me to another spirit by  the name of Marbuel, who was appointed to be my servant. I questioned Marbuel as to his  suitability for my needs. I asked him how quick he was, and he answered, ‘As swift as the  winds.’ This did not satisfy me, so I replied, ‘You cannot become my servant. Go again  whence you have come.’ Soon another spirit manifested itself, whose name was Aniguel.  Upon asking him the same question, he answered that he was swift as a bird in the air. I said,  ‘You are still too slow for me. Go whence you came.’ In the same moment another spirit by  the name of Aciel manifested himself. For the third time I asked my question and he  answered, ‘I am as swift as human thought.’ ‘You shall serve me,’ I replied. This spirit was  faithful for a long time, but to tell you how he served me is not possible in a document of this  length and I will here only indicate how spirits are to be invoked and how the circles for  protection are to be prepared. There are many kinds of spirits which will permit themselves to  be invoked by man and become his   servant. 


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