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Vittoz Dr. Roger Vittoz in Lausanne, Switzerland is an interesting complement before starting the exercises. This is to pre-train or rebalance the perceptions of the five external senses. The books are designed to be followed in a specific order for proper benefit. Tome 2 of Magical Evocation Practice must be attempted only after the total mastery of the first degrees of the first book Initiation into Hermetics, Tome 1.
Only then is it preferable to understand and put into practice the rest without risk of negative karma with health consequences or worries during new incarnations. It is essential to completely dissolve the ego. In magical terms, the book is a practical guide to the proper evocation of and communication with divine entities existing in the atmospheric zones surrounding planets, stars, and moon as well as in the earth itself.
It is a modern study of direct contact with the universal teachers — the other major works in the field are products of the Medieval , Renaissance , and Reformation periods. Beyond that it offers a glimpse into a complete magical universe. Bardon outlines a totally new and original hierarchy of magic, from the spirits of the four elements to those of the various planets, and even to each degree of the Zodiac.
Included with the names and descriptions of the various entities are a collection of entirely unknown magical sigils , as well as an account of ancient Kabbalistic astrology.
Bardon's second work, dealing with the evocation of spirits, outlined first the symbolic meaning of the traditional ritual tools and temple designs, then goes on to describe a method of evoking spirits. In essence, the magician creates an environment hospitable to the entity in the temple or other medium of contact.
They then enter an altered state of consciousness through natural meditation, to deep fullness of ecstasy without substances or trance, projecting their consciousness into the sphere of the entity in question, and call it back.
Bardon emphasized two points about doing this sort of thing: first, that one must complete the necessary prerequisites of the training program or no success was possible; secondly, that the magician must call the spirit back under their "divine authority", not as a peer, otherwise they are liable to be manipulated by the entity.
The Key to the True Kabbalah[ edit ] In The Key to the True Kabbalah, Bardon demonstrates that mysticism of letters and numbers — the "true Kabbalah " — is a universal teaching of great antiquity and depth[ citation needed ].
Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah. This book, the third in Bardon's texts of Hermetic magic, is a practical guide to attainment.
The first two works, addressing the first two Tarots, are pre-requisite to understanding and making use of the third work. Bardon himself says that it is, In doing so, he will acquire a knowledge which he would not be able to get from any philosophical book.
But knowledge is not yet wisdom. Knowledge depends on the development of the intellectual features of the spirit; wisdom, on the other side, necessitates the equable development of all four aspects of the spirit. Therefore knowledge is mere philosophy, which by itself alone can make a man neither a magician nor a Quabbalist.
A learned man will be able to say a lot about magic, Quaballah, etc. With these few words I have explained to the reader the difference between the philosopher and the sage. Bardon links this to the Tantra of the East, but the basis of this comparison is not quite clear.
Like his second book on evocation, the student must finish at least the first eight steps of IIH to get any valid results or have equivalent training in a different system and avoid damage to the psyche which " Bardon expands on this real possibility with the following advice For in practice he would get into contact with various powers which he would not be able to control and thus he would be in danger of ruining his health.
Therefore, anyone not sufficiently prepared for this step is herewith warned in time. Thousands of years this secret has been guarded.
This book was supposed to have concerned the fourth leaf or trump card of the Tarot the Emperor. There remains no complete transcript of the works. Frabato the Magician[ edit ] Frabato the Magician is a novelised biography of Bardon written by his secretary Otti Votavova, though attributed to Bardon himself because he probabely spoke about his preoccupations of life with her. Set in Dresden, Germany , in the early s, the story describes Frabato's magical battles with the members of a powerful and dangerous Black Lodge, his escape from Germany during the final days of the Weimar Republic , and the beginning of the spiritual mission which was to culminate in his writing a series of classic books on Hermetic magic.
It also describes sinister occult forces which lay behind the rise of the Third Reich.
The essential and relevant part of the book is the revelation that Franz Bardon was the last reincarnation of the spirit embodied by Hermes Trismegistus , the esoteric creator of Hermeticism and the founder of Freemasonry , who, contrary to what Freemasons think, paid the karma that generated when he lived as Hermes Trismegistus, because the masonic idea of how the Laws of the Universe the Law of God or Divine Justice work, does not correspond to Bardon's ideas.
The moral basis of Freemasonry is that the balance of good and bad actions is achieved if the mason compensates for his bad actions with good actions or vice versa, but decides what actions he will take to find the desired equilibrium, where it is the transgressor of the Universal Law who decides both what he will do and to whom he will do it.
Hence, as the good deeds of Hermes did not serve as penance or payment of his karma to obtain forgiveness, it is God who forgives and decides the penance or karma to pay and when to apply it, Hermes paid his karma as Bardon. In order to be in harmony with the Universe, the transgressor must follow the norms that God imposes.
Respect God's laws and in case of sin repent, ask for forgiveness, and pay the penance or karma that God imposes in giving a choice when offering incarnation of the spirit in the next life.
Votavova also says that Bardon once told her that he embodied his own spiritual soul as joung boy between his 14 and 21 years and he was the one who decided to be the spiritual master of Victor Bardon his own Father, the boy's father, who in his desire to become a divine initiate asked in his prayers to know his true guru.
The spirit of Bardon doesn't incarnated his only son, through an exchange of spirit though unacceptable and impossible both from a spiritual and esoteric point of view [ citation needed ]. During detention Bardon died in the prison hospital of an old illness, before sentence was passed, for which the authorities refused to give him medication.
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