Chaos Magick Reading List (Current).

Practical Sigil Magic By: Frater U.:D.:
Creating Magickal Entities By: David Michael Cunningham
Chaotopia! By: Dave Lee
Prometheus Rising By: Robert Anton Wilson
The Infernal Texts By: Stephen Sennitt
The Pseudonomicon By: Phil Hine
Condensed Chaos By: Phil Hine
Prime Chaos By: Phil Hine
Visual Magick By: Jan Fries
Psybermagick By: Peter J. Carroll
Liber Kaos By: Peter J. Carroll
Liber Null & Psychonaut By: Peter J. Carroll



Nothing is true, everything is permitted? Nothing is real, everything is possible.

This statement is usually taken at face value as the main ethos of chaos magick. From personal experience, the majority of chaos mages do not actually ascribe to the is way of thinking as universal. It is a way to feel “edgy” and to get yourself in the right state of consciousness to perform magick when you are first starting out. The absurdity of it pushes consciousness past the psychic center and allows the user to shed to their ingrained moralism and logical materialism. It allows the beginner mage to exist in a state of consciousness where magick is always possible. That being said, from personal experience, a better understanding of this main principle would be restated as “nothing is real, everything is possible”. This reinterpretation allows the mage to discover their own, ever negotiable, code of ethics through experience, without being tied down to the moralism of concessious reality. It also sheds the immature edginess of the initial statement. NOTHING IS REAL. Reality is an ever changing flux of chaos for the mage. Through the practice of magick, we cast our will upon the universe and manipulate the probability of chaotic phenomena to fall in our favor. EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE. The mage’s understanding of the possibilities of the universe is ever changing. To believe we truly know and understand the workings of this absurd and chaotic existence, is to chain ourselves and our conciousness to a miserable and unchangable demiurgic reality. Our conception of the possibilities of reality is determined only by the unmeasurable variables of our magical experiences.



Animism Isn’t

With such a broad definition, it’s helpful to be clear about what animism isn’t.

The Occult Traditions

Occult traditions like Kaballah, the Masons and the Western mystery schools are not animism. Instead, they are often magical systems close to more well known religions.

They have organised structures and a fixed approach that is
consistent between practitioners. They also tend to have a series of
tools and methods which students progress through.

However, the occult traditions do use (and often keep alive) tools
that are grounded in animism such as spirit communication and spiritual
healing through prayer. They often work with symbolism and sacred space,
like animism, but in a more structured, less individual, approach.


Mysticism is often very close to animism, and sometimes the only distinction I can find is a more inward looking, less practical, approach.




Introductions to (Chaos) Magick


I often get asked about Magick, and Chaos Magick in particualr, so I’ve decided to put together a list of what I personally consider the best places to start learning about these things.


Liber Null & Psychonaut This is the classic text on Chaos Magick. It’s more or less where it all started, and the ideas and techniques presented here is what most other authors steal from. It tries to be a bit spooky and might be a little hard to follow in places if you’re a complete beginner, but stick with it. And you can skip the Psychonaut section altogether and jump right on to;

Condensed Chaos This is the book that did it for me. It’s both fun and easy to read, but it contains really good information and acts as a great companion to Liber Null.

Practical Sigil Magick There’s a lot of posts and articles on sigils online, but a lot of them don’t teach you how to properly do them. Although I strongly urge people to experiment and modify their sigil practice, make sure you truly understand how they work, and that you do them correctly before you go about deconstructing and personalising.

The Psychonaut Field Manual An extremely useful illustrated guide to modern Chaos Magick. This really is one of the best things out there. Might get a little advanced for the beginner at the end there, but I still think newcomers will gain a better understanding of how to approach these kinds of things with the right tools and technology.


Jason LouvIntroduction to Magick

Jason Louv Magick in the Aeon of Horus

Alan Moore on Magic (art is magic)

Alan Moore Language, writing and magic


These are all good, but I highly advice you to at lest listen to the two first ones with Jason Louv on the Duncan Trussell Family Hour Show

For extra credit you might want to check out some of the talks on RuneSoup

Comic books: 

Promethea. This is definitely one of the best introductions to Magick out there. It covers everything from Magick, Tarot, Sex Magick, Kabbalah, demons and more. This is a must have! Get it now! It’s unbelievably good.  

The Invisbles. A classic which covers some Chaos Magick and HyperSigils. A great supplement to have


18 Facts About Chaos Magick. This guides you through the major concepts and ideas in Chaos Magick. 

If you’re really serious about becoming a practitioner then nothing beats this 5 hour Introduction to Chaos Magick course. Worth saving up for. 

Now, please don’t forget to actually go outside of your comfort zone and try some of this stuff out. Don’t just sit there. Go outside. Go wild. Go crazy. Just go! Go, go, go! Hit the books. Hit the play button. Take notes. Take care. Be safe. 


“A witch is, actually, a successful (in the sense of surviving) deviant. You have a cultural, ideological, social, what-not pattern which is, for that society in question, normal (and, importantly, this is understood as a synonym for natural). Most people survive because they conform to these patterns, because they behave normally. […] But then suddenly you get a deviant which survives, and since it does not draw its support from the normal pattern, […] that deviant is understood as drawing its support from “unknown,” “supernatural” sources. […] If we cannot survive without our order, how can she [the witch] survive in solitude? Hers must be indeed a very powerful order to exist so independently, without all the inter cooperation and individual compromise which we have to go through to survive. And if it is so powerful, then it could destroy us. We must try to destroy it first.”

Maya Deren, “From the Notebook of Maya Deren”, c.October 1947, vol. 14: pages 21–45.

Divination With Playing Cards


I’m going to preface this by 1) saying that I wrote this “on the fly” – in that I just added every now and again with the intention of eventually posting it here so that it may – possibly, on the off-chance – be of use to someone, 2) this is, of course, by no means the definitive way of reading playing cards for tarot-like purposes: but is MY way.

Or opt for the PDF download: Divination With Playing Cards

With that being said, let us begin with some very rough correspondences to both the tarot suits and the elements. People will argue for days about which suits go with which elements and yadda yadda – this is what makes sense to me. Perhaps it’s the emblazoned Catholic symbolism stamped into my brain, but Heart/Love naturally goes with passion and fire. I leave Water for emotions at large – they are fluid, changing, and as such, Water/Spades, too, is/are a symbol for change. Diamonds/Mind/Air/Wands – not any complex symbolism going on there. Club… I’m almost embarrassed to say I use for Earth merely because it looks like a clover. Spade makes sense (considering)… but it’s just never jived for me.

Here’s a handy table:

Hearts – Fire, Swords 

Diamonds – Air, Wands 

Spade – Water, Cups 

Club – Earth, Pentacle 

Now we move into the real fun, actually reading the cards. Always remember. Tarot isn’t so much this card has this meaning – “it is fact, it is unchanging.” No! Each card can and will take on entirely new meanings when placed near or far from other cards. Allow them to! 


this is simply a place to begin…


1Solitary, adjacent to the spectrum of life – the means by which one approaches life and the challenge in brings. 

Heart and the pursuits of love and passion are the main focus of your life. Drive and ambition. 

Mind and reason are the main focus of your life. Knowledge is the key to overcoming any challenge. 

Your beliefs are fluid and changing. There is an element of choice in your ability to persevere in that challenges can be overcome in a number of ways.

Indoctrination and stubborn. Very set in ones ways – whether good or bad, you stick to what you know and have experienced to deal with new challenges. Can also mean an inability to alter one’s own perceptions. 


2Balance, partnership, duality 

Can be an explosion partnership or one with a great deal of passion. Can also be a symbol of conflicting sides – another card can specify as to the details of a situation. 

A partnership rendered with reason. A dynamic duo, one fixed on balance and the cohesive ability to maintain it. Can also mean, gathering focus toward one common goal – often between the heart and mind. 

A flexible partnership. On of a more fluid balance – in that, one man’s weaknesses are made up by the other’s strengths (and vice versa). Can also mean compromise and the power it has. When in the realm of emotion – adaptability. 

A strong, but possibly difficult partnership. Conversely, it can also symbolize reliability and a steadfast companion. When in the realm of emotion – goal oriented and a hardworking spirit. 


 3Creativity, Spirituality and Magic

++ immediately place another card on top of any {3} ;; apply the above ideology to the 2nd card ++

Countless meanings reliant wholly on the cards nearest by. 

Countless meanings reliant wholly on the cards nearest by. 

Countless meanings reliant wholly on the cards nearest by. 

Countless meanings reliant wholly on the cards nearest by. 


4Home, Foundation, Structure and possibly cyclical “seasons” or “ideas" 

Could signal basing ones personal foundation on passion and spirit, love, and power – which can be as dangerous as it is rewarding. 

Could be an allusion to “frame of mind,” but more literally, wealth and expenses. There are elements of distrust with this card – most often due to over-analyzation.. 

The card of the vagabond. Travel, adventure and excitement – conversely, however, it can signal the inability to “settle down” or a phobia of responsibility. 

The strongest foundation. One sure and steady. Can by a symbol of family or home in the literal sense, as well as compassion and loyalty. 


5Completion, the joining of the masculine and feminine, the elements, spirit, etc. – more specifically, what is MISSING from completion

Heart is the missing piece of the puzzle, be it due to a lack of passion for that which is at hand, or a longing for love (both physical and spiritual) can render one feeling incomplete 

A signal of rashness, being driven purely by desires – and rarely the good ones, ie. Lust, greed, anger, etc. Only through applying reason and logic might one find completeness. 

Rigidity, intolerance and the ability to change/adapt. The inability to compromise or evolve based of prejudices or fear is hindering your ability find completeness or overcome an obstacle. Creativity is necessary to triumph. 

One cannot find completeness due to over-malleability – could be a symbol of one being used as a “doormat,” being manipulated (or manipulating), and the inability to make up ones mind. Being dragged in too many (often opposite) directions. 


6Harmony, Truth, Enlightenment, Love 

Romantic love is coming – and it will be a love of great devotion – one that will open doors to a plethora of new emotions; can also symbolize a marriage, a spouse, or a significant other 

Enlightenment is on its way. There will be an illuminating series of events that will offer clarity to a situation. 

Troubled waters will calm, and burned bridges might be mended – IF there are proactive measures to remedy these turbulent situations. 

This is a card of Truth and Honesty – a card that can signify the curative powers of truth and the freedoms honesty brings. Can be a signal to be honest when it comes to a specific situation, or a message that the underlying truth must be sought out. 


7Education, Learning and Scholarly applications – can refer to literal schooling, such as higher education, as well as spiritual learning 

You have a zest for knowledge and crave a continuous stream of information to feel stimulated. Scholarly stimulation at the forefront. This can be a sign of ones character, or a signal that one must again find the passion they have lost in regards to learning – reassessing and realigning to any lost goals. 

Expertly studious by nature, but can be cold and lacking a specific passion and understanding. Scientific understanding and overly-analytical, could be a pursuit of knowledge without consideration and application: cold, unfaltering fact 

Emotional learning, dealing with the heart, love and familial bonds. Growth in the sphere of love and learning, spiritual growth based on the control of ones emotions – and the relationships they build. 

Knowledge is present. All that one needs to know to overcome or enact a situation is already in place, all that is lacking is the motivation and the metaphorical “push” to fell the dominoes. 


8Business, Wealth and Financial Prowess 

A born leader, strong, courageous and powerful. A risk taker, entrepreneurial pursuits – with great reward, there is a potential for loss. Can also signify rashness, wild, unchecked passions and foolishness – overspending, addictions, the dark realms of business – excess 

A career built on knowledge and responsibility. These are the analytical thinkers, scientists, academics and teachers. They are a wealth of knowledge and ensure all is in-check and accounted for. Those who manage finances well, with mathematical precision, and a vehement sense of responsibility. Can also signal a lack thereof, as a message urging one to allot and plan more responsibly – a prism by which to focus ones passions. 

A career built on guidance – caretakers, healers, social workers, counselors – a loving nature, keen on helping people and their communities at large. Conversely, they are sensitive and often lack the capacity to say “no.” Value duty over self, and can be easily distracted or lose track of finances. Can be caught up and lose themselves – often their own wellness, giving too much, overly charitable 

Extremely family oriented, value home and trust. Business and wealth are a means of support. These can be those who work to fulfill their obligations, but also public servants: police officers, office workers, housewives/husbands and occasionally those who own their own business. Overall a card of structure, and wealth as a means of support, but rarely to excess. These people have a tendency to be overworked, stern and responsible, and can be under a great deal of stress. They require a support network of family and loved ones (home) to unwind and lighten their loads. 


9Success, Accomplishment, Satisfaction, Primal Energies and Crossroads 

Love is highly valued, a means by which to attain happiness. These people are creatures of love and require (sometimes to a fault) a lot of attention. They are also the most passionate and loving individuals. This card may also symbolize crossing paths, a love that might evolve into something great, or might be a brief affair that changes ones perspectives on life at large. This is a card of choice – a choice of heart and the opportunity for a great love. 

Prospective glory, success and accomplishment garnered by intellect and brainpower. The possibility for notoriety and acclaim that is well earned. Could also allude to a promotion or thankfulness/reward for a job well done. Someone who can lend a great insight to a particular situation. 

Indecision, constant evolution and being torn between matters of the heart and mind. A tipping point, a decision that must be made – with great consequence or reward. Having ones beliefs tested. 

Roots that run deep. Success as a means of hard-work, labor, strength, and unmatched will-power. Conversely, a missed opportunity, fear of the unknown and stubbornness standing in the way of change. To be set in ones ways.


10Possibility, potential, the ability to alter ones own path and align it to what he/she desires – change (Feminine) 

A powerful and seductive woman, a dominatrix, but also one that is strong, passionate and in control of both her wiles and her desires. She has both the motives and the means to get all that she desires. 

A sharp, bright woman, a masterful and just leader. She is not ruled by her emotions, but her wit – and she gains her power from her pointed dominion of her mind over her heart. The potential problem lying in a coolness or a fear of intense emotion. She fears most being taken advantage of. 

Literally: A sweet, sensitive woman – maternal by nature, caring, giving and accepting. She is loving and nurturing. But she is also extraordinarily sensitive, both physical, emotionally and spiritually. This is both her strength and her downfall – can also be easily persuaded. 

A strong, resilient and ambitious woman – powerful and stern, but she does so from a place of love. She is gifted with natural power, commanding austerity and respect. She is loyal, courageous and a shelter from the proverbial storm. 


Knight/JackPossibility, potential, the ability to alter ones own path and align it to what he/she desires – change (Masculine) 

Literally: A handsome and loving man, one who is passionate and romantic, but also one with a temper – he can be prone to luxury and excess. Metaphorically: Primal passions, and a plethora of opportunities by which to utilize them. 

Literally: an intellectual, a smart and witty man, but one who values thought over feeling. Possibly a man who values work, responsibility over emotion – can be as cold as he is smart. Metaphorically: The power of thought. Intelligence, calculation, and planning. Prestige and academic prowess. 

Literally: A kind, gentle and loving man, heart-felt and sincere, but also one who struggles with illnesses, such as depression or one who bears a heavy, emotional burden. Metaphorically: Emotional turmoil, periods of great happiness concludes by periods of great sadness – one must find a means by which to balance and overcome these struggles. 

Literally: A family man, a man’s man – a man who is strong, proud a overflowing with masculinity. He is one who has great emotional and physical strength, but can be stubborn, insensitive, domineering and fragile in his masculinity. Metaphorically: Home, Hearth and Health/Wellness. Strength and power, but in the same sense, insensitivity and stubbornness. 


Queenthe feminine, bowels of desires, passions, etc. ruling of desires and passion aptly and emotionally 

Feminine strength, desire – a Queen of Hearts, a ruler of Love and Desire, Dominion. She is the Goddess of Fire, the Goddess of Passion, Desire, Creation and Destruction. 

Wisdom, insight, guidance, a powerful and receptive female force of knowledge – specifically of witchcraft and esotericism. She is the Goddess of the Heavens. Comparable to the High Priestess

She is the Queen of Emotion and the Seas. She is Calypso, she is Pomba Gira da Calunga, she is Goddess of the Depths and Recesses of the Human Soil. 

She is the Goddess of the Forest, Queen of the Wilds and Nature, she is the dichotomy: Life and Death – she is the bridge between the physical and the spiritual. She is the Warrior, the Huntress, the Protectress. 


Kingmasculine, reason, leadership, protection, but can also by tyranny and excessive force 

The God of Fire, Force and Smiting. He is raw power, he is life, light and vibrancy. He is powerful, but he can be equally destructive, tyrannical and oppressive. 

He is Wisdom, Knowledge and the Guide. He is the wind, the eternal whisper – Ruler of the Heavens. He can, however, be wise – but lack emotional understanding. Can also be manipulative. 

He is the understanding, the triumphant, he who rules the Dead. He is the God of the Underworld, the cold and invisible esoteric worlds. He is a force of great change, but he is also secretive, a force of trickery and places one in dangerous situations – that often provide the greatest opportunity for growth. 

Comparable to the Emperor, he is the God of War, Strength and Militant action. He is strategic, domineering and forceful – pushing people to the point of breaking, only to reshape them as stronger, better, more resilient. He is the General and the driving force of Conquest. He gives strength, but often at the cost of emotional/individualistic apathy. Imperialism, indoctrination, drive and force. 


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.:: Defining Traditional Witchcraft ::.


What is Traditional Witchcraft?

According to Michael Howard, Trad Craft refers to “any non-Gardnerian, non-Alexandrian, non-Wiccan or pre-modern form of the Craft, especially if it has been inspired by historical forms of witchcraft and folk magic”.

Traditional Witchcraft, therefore, is not a single monolith. We can, in fact, distinguish between:

  • Operative Witchcraft or Folk Magic
  • Ritual(istic) Witchcraft

This first difference is taken from Margaret Murray; she used the first term for indicating the practice of magic, as carried out by cunning folk and folk magicians, and included the non-religious practice of spells, charms, divinations, etc. “whether used by a professed witch or by a professed Christian, whether intended for good or for evil, for killing or for curing. Such charms and spells are common to every nation and country, and are practised by the priests and people of every religion. They are part of the common heritage of the human race and are therefore of no practical value in the study of any one particular cult. ” (The Witch-Cult, p. 11.)

The second term (also called “Dianic cult” by Murray) indicates, instead, “the religious beliefs and ritual of the people, known in late mediaeval times as ‘Witches’. The evidence proves that underlying the Christian religion was a cult practised by many classes of the community, chiefly, however, by the more ignorant or those in the less thickly inhabited parts of the country. It can be traced back to pre-Christian times”.
Therefore we can say that Ritual Witchcraft is the cult of pre-Christian Deities or Spirits connected to the witches.

While the ideas of Murray about this cult have now been discredited, other scholars have reopened this field as a viable area of study, discovering many ecstatic witch-cults. The most known academics in this field are: Carlo Ginzburg, Éva Pócs, Emma Wilby, Claude Lecouteux, Wolfgang Behringer, Sabina Magliocco, Gábor Klaniczay, Gustav Henningsen and Bengt Ankarloo.

Relying on the work of these scholars, we can say therefore that Ritual Witchcraft was/is the religious system surrounding the Sabbath, the Procession of the Dominae Nocturnae from house to house, the spiritual flight, Elphame, the Wild Hunt, the Night Battles, etc.

As we can understand, even if the majority of the Ritual Witches were/are also Operative Witches (practitioners of Folk Magic), not all the Operative Witches were/are also Ritual Witches.
The majority of Folk Magicians/Operative Witches, in fact, didn’t go to the Sabbath, didn’t astrally fly, didn’t astrally go with the Wild Hunt, from house to house with the Domina Nocturna, to Elphame/the Otherworld or to the Night Battles. Ritual Witches did.

We can say, therefore, that Operative Witchcraft is a practice, while Ritual Witchcraft is a religion.

Traditional Witches who are secular are, therefore, usually Operative and not Ritual Witches.

A second distinction, inside Ritual Witchcraft (i.e. Witchcraft as a religion) is:

  • Hereditary Witchcraft
  • Revivalist Witchcraft
  • Reconstructionist Witchcraft

Hereditary Traditional Witchcraft brings together all the traditions that claim to directly derive from the era of Historical Witchcraft, having been handed down without interruption. Among these we remember Cochrane’s Craft and The Clan of Tubal-Cain, Raven Grimassi’s Arician Tradition, Cultus Sabbati, and many others.

Revivalist Traditional Witchcraft is inspired by folklore, trials and the figure of the witch without any presumption of hereditarity. Unlike the Reconstructionist one, it leaves ample space for personal initiative and the influence of other traditions, without slavishly following the history in every single detail. Some of the most known authors of Revivalist TradCraft are: Gemma Gary, Nigel Pearson, Nigel Jackson, Paul Huson, Robin Artisson, Sarah Ann Lawless, Peter Paddon, Peter Gray and many others.

Reconstructionist Traditional Witchcraft, finally, tries to resume, starting from the in-depth study of folklore, historical trials and documents, the exact practices and beliefs of Historical Witchcraft. For example, the pantheon of Spirits, the festivities, the structure of the Sabbath, the structure of the offerings, and so on.
An important aspect for those who practice Reconstructionism is the resumption of the names of the Gods (or it would be more correct to say, of the “Deific Familiar Spirits” or “Major Spirits”) forgotten and remained only in the trials papers and in folklore.
The idea is to reopen roads, ways to these Spirits. Reconstructing therefore means paying homage to these Spirits and allowing those interested to re-establish a connection with Them.
The most useful book to start Reconstructionist Traditional Witchcraft is Lee Morgan’s “A Deed Without a Name: Unearthing the Legacy of Traditional Witchcraft”.

We said before that Traditional Witchcraft is not Wicca. What’s the difference?

According to the Traditional Witchcraft author Lee Morgan:

“It could easily be said that one of the major differences between the modern revival referred to as “Traditional Witchcraft” and the other modern revival known as “Wicca”, is that Traditional Witchcraft draws on “folkloric material” and is largely “shamanic” whereas Wicca is more of a fusion of Western Occult ceremonial and natural magic traditions.

(From: Lee Morgan’s “A Deed Without a Name: Unearthing the Legacy of Traditional Witchcraft”)

Planetary Talismans


(Part two of the Talismans, Pentacles, and Sigils series)

Planetary pentacles are very useful but their purposes tend to be quite generalized. I personally find combining them with sigils, herbs, stones, and other magick items to be extremely potent and ensures a more targeted effect. The following process should ideally be done in it’s entirety on the correct planetary day.


  1. Create a planetary pentacle (for instructions see this post) appropriate for your working. I highly recommend you use paper to make your pentacle as we will be writing on it and folding it up. 
  2. Sigilize the desired effect of your talisman. Be as specific as possible and remember to use positive phrasing (”I am” instead of “I am not”) and the current tense (”I am” instead of “I will be”). Once you have a sigil you are pleased with, write it on the back of your pentacle using an appropriately colored ink. 
  3. Reach gnosis and launch your sigil using your preferred method. If the talisman is for someone else, have them launch the sigil if at all possible. Sigil launching methods include but are not limited to:
    1. Orgasm while looking a the sigil
    2. The death posture
    3. Drugs
    4. Physical exhaustion
    5. Hyperventilation
    6. Meditation
    7. Mantra
  4. Fold your pentacle up and bind it with an appropriately colored string. Fold towards you if you are trying to draw something to you, away from you if you are banishing or removing something. It can also be useful to use the number of folds that correspond to your working or to add an appropriate number of knots (7 times for luck etc). 
  5. Place the packet in your container along with any herbs, stones, or other items you wish to include. I usually just use those little organza baggies but you’re welcome to use anything that suits you. If the talisman is for someone else make sure to include a taglock – particularly if you were unable to get them to launch the sigil. 

    Correspondence lists are outside the scope of this tutorial but many can be found online – I recommend Alchemy Works for planetary correspondences. 

  6. Decorate your container if desired.
  7. Consecrate the talisman for use. How you go about this will depend heavily on your practice and paradigm so use whatever method your comfortable with. I tend to create mine during other planetary workings which includes reciting the Orphic Hymn of the planet being used over it, speaking it’s purpose aloud, and anointing it with consecrated oil or water. 

Here is an example of a talisman I made recently. It’s nothing special to look at but it packs quite a punch. You can make much more elaborate and beautiful ones than this but boring ones are perfectly functional. 


Talisman Care and Feeding

Talismans typically require some periodic maintenance – particularly if you intend their effects to last indefinitely. How you choose to do this is up to you however the feeding should be performed on the planetary day and hour that corresponded to your talisman and last the duration of the planetary hour.  I find traditional spirit offerings of a tea light and incense do the trick quite nicely but feel free to get creative with it. In my experience talismans can go 3-4 weeks without any maintenance and much longer if you carry them on you regularly but your mileage may vary. 

Creating and Using Planetary Pentacles


(Part one of the Talismans, Pentacles, and Sigils series)

The Greater Key of Solomon contains numerous planetary pentacles for use in magickal operations. When properly constructed they are quite potent and require little additional input from the magician aside from periodic maintenance making them an excellent method of low energy spell casting. Rather than reproducing all of the pentacles here, please refer to this excerpt from the Greater Key before beginning.