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Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick and Demonology (eBook)

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Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick
& Demonology
Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology eBook Cover, written by Michael Ford
Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology eBook Cover, written by Michael Ford
Author(s) Michael Ford
Publisher Succubus Productions
Publication date July 5, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 412 Pages
ASIN B01I24R2C4

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Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology is an eBook written by Michael Ford. In this work there is a discussion made of both Succubi and Incubi.


Overview

  • Title: Sebitti: Mesopotamian Magick & Demonology
  • Author: Michael Ford
  • Published By: Succubus Productions
  • Length: 412 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01I24R2C4
  • Publishing Date: July 5, 2016


Plot Summary

From the primal chaos of Tiamat, the Gods of Order and Conquering obstacles Marduk, Ishtar and Adad; Underworld Gods including Nergal and Ereskigal to demons and spirits such as Pazuzu, Lilitu, Ardat Lili, Lamastu and the Seven Udug-Hul, Sebitti is a gateway into ancient Babylonian (the gate of the gods) powers.

Sebitti guides the Kassapu (warlock or sorcerer) in the most effective methods of understanding and invoking Deific Masks (gods, demons & spirits) of ancient Mesopotamia. From ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Babylonian and Neo-Assyrian tablets and temple invocations, Michael W. Ford presents a modern approach to these primal powers inherent in nature and humanity. Luciferians embrace sorcery and primal forces, inherent within nature and the self in order to expand consciousness and personal power. The theory and practice of ancient sorcery is outlined for the modern practitioner and is presented to awaken the desires of our current time. Today we balance spiritual symbolism and objective reason to fuel our transformation towards the power and potential as individuals. Presented first is the modern Luciferian philosophical foundation, followed by a study of the ancient practice of Sorcery in Mesopotamia.

The Sebitti unveils demonology and spells invoking primal forces and is beautifully illustrated by Kitti Solymosi with Nestor Avalos. It is an authentic presentation of the sigils and cuneiform symbols represented in ancient Mesopotamia. This grimoire is a gateway into the ancient cults of dark power guided by the Black Flame.


Book Review

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