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by Hashem Atallah,William Kiesel,Maslamah ibn Ahmad Majriti

  • Author: Hashem Atallah,William Kiesel,Maslamah ibn Ahmad Majriti
  • ISBN: 0966295013
  • ISBN13: 978-0966295016
  • ePub: 1449 kb | FB2: 1363 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ouroboros Press; 1st edition (2002)
  • Pages: 170
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Picatrix (Ghayat Al-Hakim) The Goal of the Wise, Vol. 1 ePub download

This is an excellent version of the classic occult text.

This is an excellent version of the classic occult text. However, there are differences between the Arabic and Latin versions of the text (some sublte, others significant). Unfortunately, the influence of Picatrix on European magical thinking came from the Latin version. Thus, Agrippa, et. al. were not reading the Arabic version. So whether you appreciate this book depends on what you want from it.

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Hashem Atallah Although attributed to Pseudo-al-Majriti the question of exact authorship remains unanswered.

Volume I. Ouroboros press 2002. xiii ~. Introduction~ This first English translation of The Picatrix, or Ghayat AIHakim as it is titled in classical Arabic, represents a major contribution the corpus of Hermetic literature. Although attributed to Pseudo-al-Majriti the question of exact authorship remains unanswered. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them

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The first book of the Picatrix starts with theoretical and philosophical chapters. These contain a fascinating discussion on the nature of magic, and its connection to astrology, which is seen as a kind of bridge through which one must pass to create magical effects in the physical world. Then, we are introduced to the 28 Lunar mansions, and other conditions of the Moon to be learned before electing horoscopes.

Ghayat Al-Hakim} saying, "Verily, some of the speech is charming". ^Ghayat Al-Hakim}The Third Book is about the fortunes of the planets from the three generative origins, and it explains that there is nothing left in the world of formation and dissolution that agrees with such functions; reactions are impossible because of their fluidity and susceptibility to interaction, and consequently, nothing remains. Ghayat Al-Hakim} saying, "Verily, some of the speech is charming". Plato also said in his book Al-Fusul5, "As a friend may turn into an enemy by unfortunate words, an enemy may become a friend by nice words.

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Ironfire
This is an excellent version of the classic occult text. I give it four stars for its clarity and the artistry in producing the book itself. However, there are differences between the Arabic and Latin versions of the text (some sublte, others significant). Unfortunately, the influence of Picatrix on European magical thinking came from the Latin version. Thus, Agrippa, et. al. were not reading the Arabic version. So whether you appreciate this book depends on what you want from it. If you are looking for an accessible introduction to this text, then this is definitely a good candidate (though the cost is prohibitive). However, if you are looking to find the source that influenced the famous occultists, it's best that you learn Latin and pick up a copy of the Latin version. There are also good translations of the Latin version in Spanish, Italian, and French - so if you are familiar with any of those, the text will be accessible.
Umsida
This is a book that has been far too long out of the hands of English readers. Previous editions were garbled, incomplete or only available in Latin or Spanish or German. This is *the* magnificent lost source of all of Abramelin, the Goetia, Agrippa - and of most of the entire tradition of Western Ceremonial Magick starts with this book! I can hardly wait for book two to be published, it has never existed in any language outside of Arabic and Latin, from what I can find. This is a most lucid and excellent translation, and vastly superior to any of its imitators throughout the Ages. Go to the source! This is Magick. This is the native Arab tradition that everyone from Agrippa to Dee to Mathers to Crowley has had to deal with second hand. Brion Gysin had to 'go native' in Morocco to get it first hand, and then in a folk context. This edition is a Masterpiece of scholarship and it is lovingly printed by a most excellent and capable small publisher, Ouroboros Press of Seattle, WA. An extremely important book, and a work of art in terms of Bookbinding. Get yours now, its limited to 1,000 copies and already out of print. Secondary market prices are climbing steeply. I cannot recommend this book highly enough to both serious students of Arabic and Western esotericism and collectors of fine and rare books. A true and wonderful Masterpiece.
Qwert
This is a fine example of bookbinders trade but the translation is practically gibberish. Go with the Chris Warnock/John Michael Greer translations if you want a readable usable version and not just something that will look good on a shelf.
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