THE WEEKLY WOO
In a blend of old and new, links from the Occult, Paranormal, Esoteric, Spiritual, Supernatural, Weird Science and High Strangeness realms- this is the Weekly Woo!
Before you read anything about what The Forty Servants represent, or what their powers are, spend some time looking at their images and see what insights come to you about them. Let your mind relax and try to release any preconceived notions you may have about the names, labels or archetypes the Servants represent. Just let them speak to you through their images and then write down any details about the Servants that come to mind.
Some people report getting special names for each Servant that are unique to them, while others find that they feel that they have known particular Servants for years already.
Sorry about the crap sound on this one, but my Wife filmed it with her phone and it is what it is. I unbox the Testament of Cyprian The Mage by Jake Stratton-Kent, published by Scarlet Imprint.
Buy it here: http://scarletimprint.com/books/testament-of-cyprian/
The Testament of Cyprian the Mage is the third work in the Encyclopædia Goetica series by Jake Stratton-Kent, comprehending The Book of Saint Cyprian and his Magical Elements and an elucidation of The Testament of Solomon. The Testament of Cyprian the Mage is a two volume work of approximately 600 pages endowed with charts, tables, seals etc. and punctuated by specially commissioned pen and ink illustrations by Oliver Liebeskind.
My Book of Saint Cyprian arrived from Nephilim Press! It’s gorgeous!
The Book of St Cyprian is 700 pages of text complete with images from original texts, copious amounts of notes and reference citations, and best of all information that few people have had access to unless they speak Portuguese fluently. The author was able to study the original texts in great detail and has taken everything he could from them and compiled what we believe to be the single greatest reference on the subject of the magick of ST. Cyprian.
You can get a copy HERE!