The Kabbalistic Astrology Calculator
The Practice Of Magical Evocation
Condition: BRAND NewMost people struggle with finding their purpose in life and "who we are" within that purpose. Kabbalistic Astrology is an ideal tool when applied towards this end. It is universal and has no affiliation any one religious practice. Kabbalistic Astrology has no relation to what has come to be known as Astrology also known as Mantic Astrology or even "Tabloid" astrology.
|The Theory of Calculating Kabbalistic Natal Horoscopes Using Kabbalistic Astrology and The Astrological Calculator.|
The purpose of Kabbalistic Astrology is to determine the natural talents and attributes that compliment a person in their life and the angelic beings that inspire them through out a person's life. This is completely different from a typical natal or even most Kabbalistic horoscopes. An entirely different look at Astrology.
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The Practice Of Magical Evocation
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The Astrological Calculator is an instrument that can easily be used by anyone to calculate a natal Kabbalistic Horoscope. It uses the Kabbalistic "Order of the Spheres" to make its determinations. The process is quite simple and form the basis of our abilities, attributes, and talents. A detailed philosophical knowledge of Kabbalah is not necessary to use the Astrological Calculator.
There are 10 spheres that comprise the "Order of the Spheres," Spheric or Sephirothic order that ring the Earth like the rings of Saturn. Each has a main angelic head and each sphere has a fixed number of main angelic beings.
As in Kabbalistic philosophy and because we live on Earth, the center point of all the concentric Kabbalistic spheres is Earth. Therefore all calculations are done relative to Earth based on the time of sunrise on the day of birth, which gives the spheres their starting alignment relative to the time of birth.
In the Earth Centric Kabbalistic model it is perhaps easier to see that the Kabbalistic spheres can immediately affect all life on Earth. The Kabbalistic model represents the hermetic view of our Universe. This is not a physical depiction at all, it is however, a true depiction of the astral order around the Earth.
Firstly, although the two are analogous to each other they do not resemble each other in structure.
Secondly, because of the first statement another rethink should be applied to the names traditionally given to our physical planets because if the Kabbalistic spheres have those names as well, then, being Kabbalistic and astral it would stand to reason that those names could not have been formulated arbitrarily. They are the names formulated to define the principles that the Kabbalistic spheres represent and the planets are named after them by analogy according to the order of our Earth and its solar system.
The spheres that have the greatest effect are as always the main seven. The influence of the spheres above these (Neptune, Uranus and Pluto) are not as significant as those that immediately girdle the Earth Sphere and therefore are not mentioned. Additionally, although the complete structure is represented to the left; the spheres of Mars and Saturn are not part of the calculation because of the heaviness of these two spheres.
Although it has always been there, the Zone Girdling the Earth and its 360 entities (one for each degree or four every minutes - this is likely why a geometric circle, as far back in history as anyone wishes to go, has always had 360 degrees) may be seen an entirely new concept altogether to many. Even though the order of Kabbalistic Astrology is structured according to the order of the Kabbalistic Spheres or Sephiroth and, the purpose of these spheres is Kabbalistically defined, these spheres are actually specific stratified realms that are inhabited by the beings of those spheres. It is from these beings that each sphere has its characteristic effects. These fundamentally important distinctions are very seldom made and are what distinguishes Kabbalistic Astrology and in fact are the origin of all other forms of astrology. Surely, if the human beings on Earth through their activities produce all of the Earthly effects through their specific talents, it is not unreasonable to deduce that forces that might influence the matter of Earth and its animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms are guided or at least inspired through the activity of intelligent beings to produce the astrological effect.
Everyone familiar with astrology in general accepts the concept that each sphere produces a distinct influence because its field of influence is defined. It is impossible to produce a predictable, distinct and characteristic effect without a specific intelligence producing it. For instance, if someone should want to make a chair; someone has to deliberately put their talents to work to physically assemble the necessary materials and put them together, otherwise a chair will not manifest. Kabbalistic Astrology deals directly with the specific influences that produce the “astrological” effects which are, in fact, actual beings; angels, intelligences, genii, etc. It is these beings who purposefully produce the effects according to their specific field of expertise, through their specific sphere or activity as part of what we might call Divine Providence. These talents might be, working with wood, clay, electronics, animals, politics, healing, music, painting, love and so on.
Kabbalistic astrology calculates which specific beings were present at the time of birth and their specific fields of influence. Even though we tend to take credit for our abilities, it is from these beings that our talents actually originate from.
As is evident from the chart above the number indicates the number of entities that belong to the specific spheres. The degrees indicates, based on a 360 degree circle around the equator of the Earth when one entity enters and exits. The starting point is the exact time of Sun Rise which changes daily in Standard Time.
This is not a map of the soul! The soul has its make up partially from the souls of our progenitors (parents, grandparents, etc.) and partially from our own self (spirit). The beings in our Kabbalistic Horoscope can be likened unto a personal team of spiritual consultants that are available to an individual, consciously or unconsciously, throughout the course of their lives. These beings impart a variety of knowledge, skills or arts that can accurately be described as "talents." This has nothing to do with DNA or genetics; it is above that. It is also interesting to compare Kabbalistic Horoscopes with members of one’s immediate family and descendents to see what is reinforced or changes through generations as it helps to give a more complete picture of a person’s makeup.
Let's get real when it comes to astrology. Human beings are not robots so, no astrological chart can actually force a person to act in a pre-specified way. A person is always in charge of their own life by virtue of their free will. A talent is a gift from Divine Providence/ God, that anyone can choose to use or ignore.
The "Spheres" have also been called "the Sephirothic Spheres," "the Tree of Sephiroth," and, in astrology also "the Houses." The Biblical Tree of Life is another name they go by. The order of the angelic beings that correspond to the spheres was the basis for all the ancient sciences through the now almost forgotten Science of Analogy and is the basis for many things, including the division of time, and the naming of the days of the week and their unchanging sequence, geometry, numbers and so on.
Although this spiritual knowledge is universal and singular, there are two very distinctly different depictions of the Tree of the Sephiroth, one is Hebraic and the other is Christian (there are also likely oriental depictions). Some might reject the idea that Kabbalah has any relation to Christianity and is exclusively Hebraic. However, in many Gnostic and medieval, Christian mystical writings you will find Kabbalistic concepts very well explained by many authors, i.e. Jakob Boehme, Robert Fludd, Franz Bardon, etc., in keeping within the context of Christianity. Both Hebraic and Christian perspectives have the same origin but differ fundamentally in their conceptual depiction. These pictorial representations may help in visualizing what it is that Kabbalistic astrology is actually dealing with. The Sephiroth or "Spheres" can also conceptually be called the seven main emanations from God or the Seven Main Ideas within Jehova, or even the Primse Ideas out of God. They are represented in a hierarchal sequence to explain the very important fundamental Kabbalistic structure and order. A sphere is symbolic is a three dimensional circle and has traditionally represented God or His hierarchal activity for thousands of years in all advanced cultures.
This aspect of Kabbalah is not only very interesting, it also illustrates one very fundamental and practical application as well as the depth of True Kabbalistic study that is largely unknown and untapped especially among present day Kabbalistic philosophers. It also makes Kabbalistic astrology universally accessible to anyone who is spiritually minded even without a complete initiation into the deepest Kabbalistic Mysteries. Deep knowledge of Kabbalah cannot be bought or even taught, it must be personally earned.
- The Astrological Calculator calculates, using this information, which beings are present at the time of birth.
- The Practice of Magical Evocation by Franz Bardon details the attributes of those beings.
- The Key to the True Kabbalah by Franz Bardon accurately and meticulously defines the "Order of the Spheres," the angelic beings that inhabit them, their practical applications and the fundamental principles and basis for how the depictions are generated and the finer details and applications of the true Kabbalah itself.
|The Astrological Calculator comes with the very attractive main calculating wheel, a set of charts of positive angelic beings indicating their names and degree, and instructional information. The colouring of the main wheels is astrologically accurate in accordance to the spherical correspondences.|
The Practice of Magical Evocation is the second volume in Franz Bardon's series on Hermetic Science, and provides first-hand information about angels, demons, sorcery, necromancy, and pacts, etc.
The Practice of Magical Evocation has been newly translated from the original German version. It contains detailed information about all aspects of magical evocation (Hermetic Magic). Veiled for centuries, readers can gather information on all aspects of ritual magic, as well as a step-by-step description as to how a true magician evokes positive beings, i.e. angel-spirits from the beyond and from the planetary spheres of our solar system. And the counterpart, how a sorcerer and necromancer invokes negative beings, i.e. arch-demons. The reader will also learn about the significance of the magic circle, the magic triangle, the magic censer, the magic mirror, the magic lamp, the magic wand, the magic robe, and other magical aids as well as the proper instruction of ritual magic. Pacts between sorcerers and demons are explained, as well as the preparation and loading of amulets and talismans and the true significance of the Book of Formulas.
Furthermore, Franz Bardon provides hundreds of seals of positive spiritual beings, angel-spirits, intelligences, genii, principals and the spirit-beings of the elements. These beings have been teachers to mankind since time immemorial. They teach the mature magician subject matters from A to Z, i.e. arithmetic, alchemy, astrophysics, astrology, astronomy, the arts, biology, zoology, and so on. In other words every subject of earthly science and universal laws. They also help every profession and trade, whether or not they are magicians. Since Hermetic Magic and the True Kabbalah are the highest sciences in the universe, the reader requires the proper theoretical education and practical training before he can contact these spiritual beings. Therefore, he must follow the theoretical and practical instructions in Initiation into Hermetics and be successful before he embarks on the practice of magical evocation.
Franz Bardon is regarded by many as the greatest and most important Hermetic adept of the 20th century. A tireless worker for the light, Franz Bardon survived Hitler's concentration camps but died a victim of Communist persecution in 1958. Bardon left behind him four legendary books which have become acknowledged classics of occult literature. Initiation into Hermetics is the first and most important of Bardon's works and is rightly regarded as the cornerstone of his entire opus. In contrast to other books on the subject of magic, Bardon focuses his attention on the practical training necessary for all true magical attainment. Using the four elements of fire, water, air and earth as a foundation, Bardon teaches the student how to master these universal forces in the three exercises providing detailed training in the entire Arcanum of Hermetic magic, from basic techniques in thought control and imagination to advanced teachings on astral travel, the use of talismans and magic mirrors, and much more. No other writer has ever developed such a clear, concise, and practical program of magical development. The first of the seventy-two tarot cards revealed.
Although a true magician can achieve everything with his own powers — which he has earned without any other help as a result of his spiritual maturity during his magical development — it is his choice to make extensive use of ceremonial magic and all the aids that belong to it.
Ceremonial magic offers the advantage that, when used continuously and frequently for one and the same operation, effects are produced without making use of one’s own powers. With the help of various aids, ceremonial magic enables the magician to make his work with occult powers easier.
All magical aids, every single magical instrument, are basically mnemonic aids, aiding the magician’s consciousness. When one directs his attention to a particular instrument, this triggers in the consciousness the particular ability or power symbolized by that particular instrument. Once a magician takes one or another magical instrument into his hand during the evocation, he immediately comes in contact with what this instrument symbolizes and he achieves his purpose without much effort.
For example, the magic wand represents the magician’s absolute will. If a magician takes the magic wand into his hand, by making use of the wand he immediately establishes contact through his will with the spirit he wishes to evoke. The same applies to all the other magical aids because they symbolize spiritual powers, laws and attributes.
Should a magician decide to employ ceremonial magic, then he must dedicate a great deal of care to his magical instruments. He must treat them with an almost religious awe, because the more carefully, the more precisely, and the more attentively they are handled, the more effective they will be. Magical instruments are on the same level as sacred objects and they serve the magician to establish the necessary temple atmosphere for ceremonial magic. When the magician uses his magical instruments he must be in a state of complete rapture. If any magical instrument were to be used, even once, for any purpose other than that for which it was intended, then that particular instrument will immediately cease to be magically effective and will be forever useless for its actual original purpose.
Since all magical aids bring forth a very special feeling of respect in every magician, they must be hidden from the view of any uninitiated person in order to avoid any profanation. Therefore, before a magician reaches for a magical instrument, he must under all circumstances undergo an internal cleansing process, whether through prayer or suitable meditation. He should never under any circumstances touch a magical instrument if he is not in the proper state of mind, which is absolutely essential for such a ceremony. A magician must always be conscious of the fact that all magical aids or magical instruments symbolize the most sacrosanct laws and must therefore be dealt with in the same manner as one would deal with sacred relics. Only in the hands of a magician who takes all this into very careful consideration will the magical instruments actually bring forth magical effects.
By exactly observing the guidelines which have been recommended here in regards to the appropriate attitude and the preparation of all magical instruments, the magician calls forth within himself an extremely strong state of manifestation of belief, will and all the attributes of the law. By so doing, he thereby increases his magical authority considerably and hence exerts the necessary influence upon a being or a power so that the desired results or effects are actually realized.
Even if the magician does not use his magical instruments for a long period of time, they are still constantly in contact with the particular attributes that they symbolize. Since every instrument is magically charged or, in other words, consecrated for a specific purpose, it will never lose its magical effect if it is handled properly, even if centuries have passed since the instrument was last used.
When the magical instruments are consecrated and charged for use for a particular magician, in other words, he for whom they were made, they cannot be used by any other magician. These instruments would not be effective even if they were to fall into the hands of a magician who is completely conversant with the holy sciences of magic, unless he charges and consecrates the magical instruments anew for himself.
In the chapters that follow, I shall describe the most important magical instruments and their symbolic analogies as far as their practical use is concerned, and how they are to be generally used in a ceremonial magical operation. If it seems desirable and necessary, any magician, on the basis of my instructions, can make his own additional magical aids for particular magical purposes, and I shall supply the guidelines as to how he is to proceed.
The Practice of Magical Evocation (The Holy Mysteries, The Second Tarot Card,
Throughout the ages,
and primarily during the past few centuries, many lengthy dissertations have
been published on the art of higher magic. Unfortunately, they are for the most
part such bewildering and incomplete remnants that very little of it can be
taken as a point of reference for practical studies, and this only in small
fragments. The original initiative for magic was known only to a very few lodges
and was reserved for a particularly chosen few, while for the seekers of truth
who searched diligently for any information, this subject matter remained dark
— The Practice of Magical Evocation
by Franz Bardon
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