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Post  2215131 on Fri Jan 27, 2012 7:27 am

Hello everyone,please I wouldn't know if this is against the rules but I was wondering if anyone could point meto a site where I can download books from finbarr author like Carl Nagel,Basil Crouch,Stella Scott and the like. I know this post may seem to be going contrary to the rules of stating the tile,isbn number and the like but suffice it to say I don't know them all. Where I hail from,save the internet there is NO way I can get my books,having said this ALL my books are currently downloaded from the internet and e-mailed me by friends I meet on forums such as this. But The one set of books I've been having trouble getting are the books from Finbar authors and a certain Bottomley gentleman...can't quite figure out his name. Please any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Post  amandachen on Fri Jan 27, 2012 8:58 am

The Finbarr books are very lightweight (like someone wrote them in between doing something more important, during their lunch hour or whatever), and I hope you don't get disappointed with them.

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Post  2215131 on Sat Jan 28, 2012 3:01 am

amandachen wrote:The Finbarr books are very lightweight (like someone wrote them in between doing something more important, during their lunch hour or whatever), and I hope you don't get disappointed with them.
I may differ with you in the respect of finbarr books being very lightweight lol,as the few in my possession did work!
Moreso other practitioners in forums I've visited have more often than not testified to the veracity and workability of finbarr books as opposed to llewyn though I must concede that finbarr books seems to be for the "serious" practitioner ,hence my search for more of their books.Though while I was practicing stuff from their books (Basil Crouchs' Darkside of The Moon) I was more of a dilettante...just doing it to prove if it all was truew...boy did I get the shock of my life!!!
So now,I've started from scratch...nfrom the basics...meditation,visualization and the like...you know becoming a real adherent of theurgy...the Great Work,no longer looknig for cheap thrills and the like. Having said this,could you assisit me please as I can't acess the Release Index. Thanks a lot.

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Post  amandachen on Sun Jan 29, 2012 12:07 pm

Yeah, comparing Finbarr books with Llewellyn ones - that's a bit like me saying, "Would you rather I gave you hepatitis or herpes?"

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Re: Finbarr Books

Post  Nicky Lubu on Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:14 pm

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amandachen wrote:Moreso other practitioners in forums I've visited have more often than not testified to the veracity and workability of finbarr books as opposed to llewyn though

Finbarr is like low magic, and llewellyn is like mostly high magic, and well ceremonial magicians who practice high magic create low magic books to sell for some side cash, because low magic is like a system made up by a ceremonial magician who knows how the system works.

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Post  Ariel Seneca on Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:37 am

Did you really just say Llewellyn is "high magic?" lol!

I read Llewellyn, but mostly because it's easy and fast. Sort of a guilty pleasure.

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Post  amandachen on Sat Feb 04, 2012 1:16 pm

He meant you gotta be stoned to read or write those books.

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Post  Nicky Lubu on Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:46 am

Ariel Seneca wrote:Did you really just say Llewellyn is "high magic?" lol!

I read Llewellyn, but mostly because it's easy and fast. Sort of a guilty pleasure.

Last i checked Israel regardie published through llewellyn and donald michael kraig and those are 2 ceremonial magicians i mean thats the last i checked.

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Post  amandachen on Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:49 am

LLewellyn has been around so long because it caters mostly for the New Age crowd (i.e. angels, auras, tea leaves, whatever) rather than the occult guys. It's surprising those New Agers even know how to read.

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Re: Finbarr Books

Post  The_Occult_Archive on Tue Jul 03, 2012 3:16 pm

Finbarr / Trident / Heptangle Books:

Occult Books, Grimoires & rare Manuscripts:

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