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Queen Of Hell

Mark Alan Smith

Hecate is the first of the Gods. The Dark Goddess in the void, She who created Lucifer, is the source of all magick. This work embodies the primal current of the Witchcraft of Hecate. The first part of this book opens the Dark Path of the Witchflame Goddess in soul transition and elevation through initiation and the chrystalline transmutation of the subtle bodies in sexual magickal praxis. The Gods of the Witchcraft Trident are met in inner plane congress and physical plane evocation. The second part of the book deals with the transmutational journey of the soul through the Nightside realm of Hecate. The shadow paths of the Qlippoth are explored through many different portals in soul transition as gateways to Hell are opened and ancient familiar beings are conjured to assist in the work. Through the Lore of Malefica the awesome Draconian power of the Witch Gods is fully manifested and the darker side of the craft is seen written upon the Pages of Damnation in the Book of Rofocal. The third and final part of this work contains the Book of the Inner Sanctum. This is the path to the higher powers of the Witchcraft of Hecate. The dark spiritual crossing of the Abyss is covered here in depth.

This substantial text has many detailed illustrations of the sigils of all the Gods and spirits of the Craft which are contained within its pages. There are 11 beautiful full page illustrations of the Witch Gods, their Universe and their kin.

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Just finished this one too. I liked it too.

I've got the old movie on video with Spencer Tracy and John Garfield.

B)

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Reading that Hollywood Babylon by Kenneth Anger.

20's and 30's Hollywood. Lots of hard core drugs going down then, heroin, morphine, opium.

And people think the 60's were bad.... :huh:

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I bought my wife a book. I saw this movie that looked like an intersting mystery, its an old tale. Its the Picnic at Hanging Rock. The story is in turn of the century Australia when some school girls mysteriously disappear at a place called Hanging Rock. Its a pretty famous book I have heard. Anyone read it or like it? She is usually into romance novels but I think she may like this. I may read it myself so if you have read it, pleas do not give anything away.

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I've always thought about reading Moby Dick but I don't think I will now.

Bram Stoker's Dracula bored the pants off me during the middle 200 pages.

By the way, hello Mandy. I don't see you around much these days. :)

:P

I'm working full-time now! I have a job!

I'm trying to get more classics read, but sometimes you have to face the facts and admit that some of them are just BORING.

I'm reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens aloud to my English classes right now. I'm not sure what they think of it...

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Howdy Mandy :)

I don't know if I should say "nice one" that you have a full time job now. Work sucks to me. :P

Yes you are dead right. Some of the classics ARE boring. I have a copy of Frankenstein on the shelf that I don't think I'll have the will to start nevermind finish. :D

I remember in school that we read A Christmas Carol. I think I liked it. Better than suffering Shakespeare at any rate. Man, that was torture. :blink:

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Who is that says they read this just for the articles?

Years ago I remembr Playboy used to rank musicians. I dont know if they still have those rankings i there once a year? I remembr Elton John used to always be ranked on top of keyboards and I always thought Emerson should have won. McCartney usually won for bass playing, a bit unfair as his songwriting had alot ot do with it. I am sure these magazine's have suffered the same fate as most priont journalism at the hands of the internet. All the free porn onliine must have taken its toll on sales of Penthose and Playboy? Just a guess.

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Howdy Mandy :)

I don't know if I should say "nice one" that you have a full time job now. Work sucks to me. :P

Yes you are dead right. Some of the classics ARE boring. I have a copy of Frankenstein on the shelf that I don't think I'll have the will to start nevermind finish. :D

I remember in school that we read A Christmas Carol. I think I liked it. Better than suffering Shakespeare at any rate. Man, that was torture. :blink:

I needed a job. I love my job though.

You don't like Shakespeare? Boo!!! >:(

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I bought my wife a book for Xmas. She does not know it yet. Its "Picnic at Hangiing Rock". Turn of the century (1900) Australia, private girls school go on a picnic and some of the girls mysteriously disappear never to be heard from or found. It has caught my interest and I will watch the movie at some point.

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I needed a job. I love my job though.

You don't like Shakespeare? Boo!!! >:(

Sorry hun. I am not a fan of too much Willy. :P

Something gives me the impression he's kind of old style. Can't possibly think what it might be though LOL. :)

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Just picked up 'Mozart In The Jungle' (Sex, Drugs & Classical Music) by Blair Tindall.

Looks like an interesting read.

B)

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Sorry hun. I am not a fan of too much Willy. :P

Something gives me the impression he's kind of old style. Can't possibly think what it might be though LOL. :)

I absolutely love Shakespeare, but I'm from Shakespeare's county, Warwickshire, and it's a crime not to worship the Bard if you're from there! :D

I was in the new RSC theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon last weekend, and it's amazing. They've built a tower you can go up and view the river Avon.

Shakespeare isn't 'old style', his language is immortal. You have to really get into Shakespeare to appreciate him. ;)

Back on topic, I picked up the book Shakespeare's Wife by Germaine Greer whilst I was in Stratford and I've just starting reading it.

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Finished Keef's book. I LOVED it and have a new view on Keef. For all his "hard-ass words" and such, he is really an ol' softy, with a huge heart and a terrific sense of humor.

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Finished Keef's book. I LOVED it and have a new view on Keef. For all his "hard-ass words" and such, he is really an ol' softy, with a huge heart and a terrific sense of humor.

I have that book coming my way for Christmas! I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed it.

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I absolutely love Shakespeare, but I'm from Shakespeare's county, Warwickshire, and it's a crime not to worship the Bard if you're from there! :D

I was in the new RSC theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon last weekend, and it's amazing. They've built a tower you can go up and view the river Avon.

Shakespeare isn't 'old style', his language is immortal. You have to really get into Shakespeare to appreciate him. ;)

Awww no. Not another female who likes a bit of Willy. :P

Seriously, I just never could get into Shakespeare. I guess you do have to really get into him to appreciate him properly but I just couldn't get so far. I don't know how you can say his style isn't "old style". It might well be immortal..................but it's still old style. Al Jolson is immortal, but it's still old style music. :P

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Awww no. Not another female who likes a bit of Willy. :P

Seriously, I just never could get into Shakespeare. I guess you do have to really get into him to appreciate him properly but I just couldn't get so far. I don't know how you can say his style isn't "old style". It might well be immortal..................but it's still old style. Al Jolson is immortal, but it's still old style music. :P

I know what you mean.......so OK 'ol Willy IS the father of English literature, but Macbeth and Hamlet were such a BORE in high school.......I love Romeo&Juliet, Julius Caeser and Othello though :):)

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