Picatrix Rubeus, page 54:
“If you labor unceasingly in knowledge and in matters of the intellect and in perception of those things that are, then no matter what happens, you will be able to search out and understand sorcery and magic. Plato says as much in the book he wrote called Timaeus, which goes on at great length in words and reasoning about forms. He expounded this reason very well where it says that in occult matters, it is the habit of the wise to cover up and conceal their knowledge in such a way that the foolish are not able to discover it.”
Published by Clifford Hartleigh Low
Clifford is an accomplished practitioner of several schools of magic for thirty-five years, and holds a B.A. in Psychology from NYU. He has spent fifteen years researching Medieval and Renaissance astrological magic, and grimoires like the Picatrix. Merging his interest in dark aesthetics with deep study of historical materials, he is an outspoken proponent of wealth magic, weather magic, healing magic, tarot and black magic. His diverse influences include Hoodoo, Kabbalah, and Greco-Roman Magic. A former promoter and DJ, he sometimes enjoys throwing lavish parties.
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