Astrological Magic Q&A Panel: Fixed Star Talismans
SMARRT Presents “Astrological Magic Q&A Panel: Ritual Procedures” with moderator Elizabeth Hazel and panelists Clifford Hartleigh Low, Joshua Proto, Michael Ofek and Christopher Warnock.
Join this panel of noted astro-mages at this question and answer session.
The discussion will include insights on the stars they’ve worked with, electing charts for talisman creation, materials and other specifics for this special area of astrological magic.
Big Money Magic at PantheaCon 2020
I doubt that money is the root of all evil, but the lack of it certainly feels like hell.
As long as people have wished for more than they have, practical wealth magic has offered solutions.
This class will be a broad survey of effective magical techniques to draw and keep money. Whether you’ve wanted to find buried treasure, win the lottery, get a raise, inherit a fortune, invest like a pro, sustain your lifestyle, or even beat the house in Vegas, learn powerful spells you won’t find anywhere else.
Big money magic is real.
I’d like to note that the turnout and the quality of the attendees were probably the best I’ve had to date; a wonderful conclusion to my PantheaCon experience.
Creativity, Magic and the Genius at ConVocation 2020
Seeking inspiration? Use magic to enhance your creativity!
The very word “inspiration” is rooted in the belief that invention is a force that comes from outside the self—even from the spirit world.
To the Romans, the word “genius” once meant a guiding spirit.
Several important grimoires provide guides to unite the initiate with a higher, perfected self or powerful spirit being capable of endowing formidable skills, knowledge, and power.
More immediate methods include scrying, tarot, bibliomancy, dream incubation, and many others.
In this class we will survey how magicians have used the spirit world for creativity and brainstorming in these and many other ways. Delve into historical practices and learn effective modern methods for cultivating your creativity.
Magic of the Lunar Mansions at PantheaCon 2018
The Arabic Mansions of the Moon are often described as a Lunar Zodiac; a division of the passage of the Moon into 28 zones, about one per day.
Each “Manzil” foretells the life of those born under it, but plays an important role in the creation of talismans in the tradition of Scholastic Image Magic. Picatrix, Cornelius Agrippa and many other grimoires detail their astrologically timed creation for countless purposes.
These talismans are perhaps the simplest examples of this system, explaining their ubiquity.
In this class we will discuss how to select and make basic Mansion talismans.
Please note that this lecture is substantially different from the ConVocation lecture of the same name. While the other lecture is more streamlined, this lecture covers more sources and traditions.
The Dark Arts: Curses, Binding, and Coercive Spells at ConVocation 2020
People have been using magic to harm others since before recorded history, and practitioners have been busy inventing new and more ingenious spells to destroy people, places, and things in virtually every tradition. It’s controversial because it works.
We’ll survey historical methods of cursing, binding, and dominating, and highlight effective methods for the contemporary sorcerer and witch.
Learn how to make a Hoodoo poppet to cause suffering and incapacity, create a modern defixio from a lead sheet to cause illness, burn a black skull candle to drive someone insane, create a wax astrological talisman to foment strife, and more terrifyingly useful techniques.
As the Weird Sisters said, “Double, double toil and trouble.” Let’s get cooking.
I wish to give particular thanks to Chance Sparkhawk and Catherine Grubb for helping recover the audio from this lecture.
Charmed Letters & Perimeter Spells @ ConVocation 2020
In this clip from “Pawn Checks King: Political Magic” at ConVocation 2020, Clifford Hartleigh Low describes how to charm letters sent to your representatives to make them listen to your concerns, and how to gain spiritual dominance over your local government, your town or city.
Political Lodestone Altars and Charmed Leaflets @ ConVocation 2020
In this clip from “Pawn Checks King: Political Magic” at ConVocation 2020, Clifford Hartleigh Low describes the creation of Hoodoo-style lodestone altars to benefit political parties or individual politicians, as well as the charming of political leaflets with sachet powders.
Big Money Magic at ConVocation 2019
Continuing what we began with “A Treasury of Money Magic” we will discuss even more techniques of wealth magic from a wide range of traditions, as well personal tips, methods, and strategies I’ve leveraged successfully for myself and for clients.
If you’ve already been dusting your money with sachet powders, putting talismans in your wallet, petitioning your ancestors with lottery tickets, and burning green candles dressed with lodestone dust and pyrite grit, we’ll take it to the next level and beyond; expect a few surprises.
This lecture will help you greatly along your quest for treasure and living like royalty.
Big money magic is real.
Magical Medicine at ConVocation 2019
Since prehistoric times, magic has been used to heal the sick and revive the dying.
The historical line between enchantment and medicine is elusive at best. A mind-boggling array of methods and theories have been employed throughout the ages.
Grimoires which banish the demons of disease, enchanted poultices, wound talismans, amulets and mojos, baths and potions—all are based on the seductive premise that the spiritual can restore the corporeal.
In this class we will explore many of these systems, survey healing recipes, investigate eras when the doctor and witch doctor were one and the same, and discuss methods which may be used as complementary medicines today.