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by James Wasserman,Lon Milo DuQuette

eBook The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry download ISBN: 1888729147
Author: James Wasserman,Lon Milo DuQuette
Publisher: CCC Publishing; 1St Edition edition (April 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1585 kb
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Rating: 4.8
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Occult and Paranormal

The Lesser Key of Solomon: Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis. These pages reveal the true secrets of Solomon, from Masonry to magic

The Lesser Key of Solomon: Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis. Low Magick: It's All In Your Head. These pages reveal the true secrets of Solomon, from Masonry to magic. Lon Milo DuQuette’s experience and learning make this fascinating journey through the history of the Bible, Knights Templar, Freemasons, and the Goetia all the more striking because it is real. While the reader of this book probably won’t be kidnapped, shot or chased around the world, the Most Dangerous Secret in the World will be revealed.

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Start by marking The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. If you do not know Lon Milo Duquette or you only know his music then I recommend that you read this book - that is if you are interested in magic and secret societies in a historical context. I just reread it and I still love his humorous - yet informative - approach to the historical and serious issues. Imagine Dan Brown on Steroids!

In this book, he connects the esoteric work of Solomon's Key (one of the medieval handbooks of magic) to the traditional work of the Freemasons and the lodge organizations of the 18th and 19th century. Self-transformation is the heart of this system and this work, and he does a great job of laying out the hows and whys of this kind of magical work.

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DuQuette, Lon Milo: The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry, Ccc Publishing, 2006. DuQuette, Lon Milo: Accidental Christ: The Story of Jesus as Told by His Uncle, Thelema Aura Publishing, 2007. DuQuette, Lon Milo: Enochian Vision Magick, Weiser Books, 2008. You Just Have No Idea How Big Your Head Is, Llewellyn Publications, 2010. DuQuette, Lon Milo: Ask Baba Lon: Answers to Questions of Life & Magick, New Falcon Publications, 2011.

Sketching out a fascinating network of historic figures, cults, and Christendom, this book by an occult-studies expert and respected authority on magic and sorcery takes Western spiritual traditions seriously-but examines them with common sense and self-effacing humor.

You Just Have No Idea How Big Your Head Is by Lon Milo DuQuette (2010, Paperback). You Just Have No Idea How Big Your Head Is by Lon Milo DuQuette (2010, Paperback).

Lon Milo DuQuette is the author of Angels, Demons & Gods of the New Millenium; The Magick of Aleister Crowley; and My Life with the Spirits, a memoir of his life as a practicing ceremonial magician. He lives in Costa Mesa, California. The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry.

com User, December 18, 2006 Lon Milo Duquette is also the real thing.

com User, December 18, 2006. The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry" is a book that will certainly make those capable of thinking - THINK! The book itself is divided into two parts, the first consisting of the author's philosophy of Magic and Masonry, and the second consisting of excerpts from the Lesser Key of Solomon. Lon Milo Duquette is also the real thing. He's a high-degree Freemason, a leading figure in esoteric Templarism, and perhaps the most eminent and respected living magician in the world today.

Sketching out a fascinating network of historic figures, cults, and Christendom, this book by an occult-studies expert and respected authority on magic and sorcery takes Western spiritual traditions seriously—but examines them with common sense and self-effacing humor. Working backward from the Freemasons to one of their original orders, the 14th-century Knights Templar, the account considers sorcery, heresy, and intrigues; explores the legend that the Knights possessed a powerful secret dangerous to the Church of Rome; and finds an essential clue to the order's practices in their connection to the biblical Solomon, king of Israel in the 10th century BC.
Comments: (7)
watchman
Maestro DuQuette has scored again with an unveiling of Masonic and Magical secrets that Dan Brown will have a hard time topping.

The biggest "Secret" behind Freemasonry is clearly set forth:

That we are all equally ensouled Sons of God and that only within yourself will you ever find the great wellspring of true divinity. Of course this was Jesus's message before Paul and Constantine religio-politicized it. The reason why this secret is so terrifying is that it rips the power from all dogmatic priesthoods and makes every man his own fully empowered high priest! This also, as DuQuette points out, makes him a magician, and THAT is even more terrifying (to "true believers"). DuQuette relates this historically to the Age of Enlightment and the rise of science and reason. The history of Freemasonry reveals that it was originally concieved by such men as Sir Francis Bacon, Elias Ashmole and others of like mind in the early 1700s. Unfortunately the Royal Academy in England insisted on veiling the Great Secret, and the true meaning of The Lost Word in order to please the Church of England. It has taken us 300 years to finally part this veil--and the parting of the veil comes at the right time. Only Freemasonry has the Secret Key to stop Christians, Jews and Muslims from killing each other. However, before the "true believers" descend on us to burn us at the stake as sorcerers, we should mention that guidelines were submitted four years ago to Grand Lodge of California suggesting that no magical operations be permitted on Masonic property, or in any connection with Masonic activity. There may be Masonic Magicians but Freemasonry doesn't practice Magick.

And that isn't just my opinion. Ill. Bro. Albert Pike said the same thing many years ago.

Reviewed by: Carroll "Poke" Runyon, M.A.

author: The Book of Solomon's Magick
Sironynyr
Solomon held the keys to many things in his long and wise life. This book gives a rather exhaustive look at many parts of Solomon's life, what he learned and the blessings that God bestowed upon him. It's truly an amazing book!
Narim
In this book, Lon Milo Duquette discusses his reasons for being a Mason, as well as his views on religion generally. The book is somewhat thought provoking if read right, but it's tempting to skip over sections. I found the sections on spirit summoning has been thought provoking even though I have come up with my own approaches which differ from his (in particular I do spirit summoning between decision and action rather than after action).

The book provides enough for individuals who are interested to try to build their own spirit summoning rituals, along with information from some traditional manuals of the subject.

The sections discussing religion are interesting as well.
Goldcrusher
As a Freemason, I expected a re-hash of usual masonic myth and legend. I was very surprised. The focus is both historical and legend, keeping both in perspective. Observations and conclusions were presented in a very entertaining and balanced manner and the book was easy and fun to read while providing a lot of topics to ponder. Whether a Freemason or not, there is much information contained in the book. Whether one agrees with the author or not, the issues are clear, the suggestions and conclusions are logical and believable. Whether you agree or disagree with the conclusions, this is an excellent book on the roots of both Masonry and organized theology.
Kaghma
I am a fan of Duquette's works, they are a bit light o n technical information, and heavy on how to view it and approach it. There is much to be gained by reading him, thoughI wish he got into the nuts and bolts of ritual more.
Frlas
A brutally honest look at the history and the truth behind modern religion, secret societies and magic. If you are looking for a boring long-winded academic review, Mr.DuQuette's work won't satisfy you. Clear and dynamic, this book is a great starting place for further research and knowledge. Although many will disagree with Mr.DuQuette's opinion, this book is a comforting reminder to a few that they are not alone. If you ever wondered why you joined a Hermetic society or consider joining one, this book will help illuminate your path.
Super P
A well informed author!
Great book