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Creating your own Angels

The Angels of Conga  who doth dance in a line for many hours In my new book the Shem Grimoire I hinted that using Kabbalistic techniques it was possible to create the names of Angels which no-one who has ever heard of which are personal to you.This is possible thanks to a flexible view of the Kabbalists that each Hebrew letter represents a different energy and when these are mixed you can create another form of energyFor example you can look at your chart and mix the name of the Shem angel which rules the decan that a planet is found and create your own unique angel for that planet.Say you have the moon in the first Decan of Gemini. The

New review out for Shem Angel Grimoire

I sent out a couple of pre-release copies to reviewers to have a look at the Shem Grimiore so that they could give readers some unbiased insight about what it is about.  The first came from Morgan Drake Eckstein and can be seen here Morgan gave it five out of five stars saying that this book is meant to be used."One of its center pieces is a ritual  to actually get in contact with a Shem angel (one of the 72 angels created from the so-called 72 lettered name of God...which actually has 216 letters in it, but who is counting?). There is also an interesting Middle Pillar ritual, complete with head movements inspired by Abraham Abulafia (a mystic of the Kabbalah

The Magic of the Angels

I have been out of things for a while I concentrated on my latest book The  Shem Grimoire.  The book is exactly what it says on the tin.  It is a collection of my Kabbalistic notes and essays on invoking the 72 Shem Angels.   It is a process that I started to investigate several years ago and built up momentum until it started teaching me more about Tarot and the angels. This book was compiled from my notes and diaries and so is not exactly orthodox.  It uses the Golden Dawn system of magic in its highest aspects and includes papers on consecrating tools for this particular work.What I found interesting was that besides requiring me to tinker with the