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Gothic Ceremonies Of The Gothic World

The Gothic World existed a long time before the beginning of Christianity, they were a tribe of European peoples or they were often called Germanic-Pagan peoples & they had there own kings, they were pagans like the Romans but they were not as civilised as those who accepted Roman rule & they would wage war at times with Roman Armies but they generally welcomed Roman Authorities & shared the same customs, culture, rituals & God worship. The Goths settled lands all over Europe & they blended their Celtic Mythology with the Roman Mythology. The Goths are often depicted wearing ornamental Deer Antlers or Sheep Horns in their headgear. Most people attribute the Goths as being a medieval people, but there are records about them going back to early Roman times & earlier. The Lord of the Rings written by Tolkien during the German aggressions against Britain in WW2 is widely considered to be Gothic literature, it was translated into english from a ancient book called the Red book of Westmarch which is kept at Cambridge University. The Lord of the Rings is said to be a 10 000 year old history of Gothic Culture by many people. In todays world there are also many people who call themselves Goths, they usually attribute themselves as having a Pagan European Ancestory, but they are more of a culture as opposed to a distinct nationality & they live all over the world.

The Goths had their own Preisthood, they were usually called Druids though often they would be called Mages.
In todays world the Gothic Priesthood are often called Mages or Void Engineers. Void Engineers are often commonly called computer hackers, while Mages involve themselves with New Age or Occult teachings, the Gothic priesthood was not as regimented as official priesthoods like that of the Roman empire or that of Christendom it was more based on spreading their beliefs through prose, songs & writing, the written word, prose & songs were handed down & spread over 1000's of years so there sciences, ideals & beliefs would often change character & often be influenced by other cultures also. The English language is said to be the language of choice by the Goths because it has strong Scandinavian, Teutonic, Celtic, Dutch, French, Latin-Roman & Greek etymology. In ancient & medieval times the Goths had their own Gothic alphabet.

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The three main Gothic Priesthoods present today

Mages Deal mainly with Occult teachings, New Age thinking & ancient rituals involving Telepathy.
Void Engineers Work with print media, television acting, music & news radio & computer hacking.
Technocrats Involve themselves with political issues, internet security & standards.

The Technocrats & the Void Engineers are often accused of corrupting the work of the Mages by taking away peoples telepathic skills.

The Gothic priesthood should gather most of its knowledge through books & life expierience but other media also may assist the Gothic preisthood to learn skills, it usually takes 18 years of training before a Gothic priest can become widely respected & influential in the affairs of the world. Usually a Gothic Priest is commanded to wander & receive financial help from friends, family or associations or Governments but he is commanded not to part of a regimented religion, he calls himself a free spirit.



Highly Recognised Ceremonial books from the Gothic World

The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistrus, Original language: Greek, translated into most languages, the most important document of the entire Order of Hermes. It is a very brief text, containing the central precepts of the Order in a dense, allegorical form, often the Tablet is accompanied by a lengthy hermetic exegesis.
The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abra-Melin the Mage, English translation by S.L MacGregor Mathers (1909) from a lost manuscript. Contains various rituals mainly involving the summoning of spirits and general hermetic ceremonialism. Especially important are the directions for creating the Oil of Abra-Melin, which is a liquid form of Tass.
Liber Sacratus (The Sworn Book of Honorius) Latin manuscript, attributed to Pope Honorius, 14 century. A classic work of goetic magick, detailing the methods of summoning angels, demons and elementals.
Al-Azif, Arabic manuscript from ca 700 AD, attributed to Abd al-Azrad. Latin translation 1487 by Olaus Wormius, English translation in 1586 by John Dee. An infamous and fortunatly rare work about Iblite magick and cosmology, banned by the Order of Hermes, the Celestial Chorus and the Inquisition.
Archidoxis Magica, Paracelsus (Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim), Latin book from 16th century AD. Alchemical and hermetic magick applied on medicine, healing and chemistry.
The Book of Dzyan, Edited by H. P. Blavatsky, 1900. One of the central books of theosophism, reputedly a translation of the real, secret book of Dzyan which is kept in secret by the Invisible Masters.
The Book of the Composition of Alchemy, Translated by Robert of Chester into Latin from arabic text 1144, several manuscripts. Alchemical processes.
De Heptarchia Mystica, Latin manuscript by Dr. John Dee, 16th century. Details the spiritual hierarchies linked to the planets and their forces, and how these beings can be summoned according to classic hermetic methods.
Khandana Khanda Khadya (Breaking into bits and devouring), Sanskrit manuscript by Sri Harsa about the nature of Time in the
Advaita Vedinta tradition of Samkara, which regards as the world as unreal. He especially attacks the arguments that Time is
anything else than an illusion.
Clavicula Salomonis (the Greater Key of Solomon), A Latin text attributed to King Solomon. Exists in many translations
and versions. This is the most famous book about goetic magick and demonic evocations. Note king Solomon was also known as the main Roman God but he was called Saturn.
Lemegeton (The Lesser Key of Solomon), Latin manuscript attributed to King Solomon, 12th century. Various demonic evocations.
Corpus Hermeticum, A Latin & Greek book, attributed to Hermes Trismegistus. One of the central works of hermetic thought.
De Nigromancia (Concerning the Black Art), Latin manuscript attributed to Roger Bacon, 16th century. Goetic summonings, especially of wraiths.
Ars Magna et Ultima, By Rimondo Lully, 1600 AD. Latin manuscript about the powers and methods of magick.
The Tower of Koth, Manuscript written in bastardized Hebrew and Greek, probably 1st century AD. Author unknown. One of the more notorious discussions about Nephandi philosophy and magick, reputed to have seduced many mages into the darkness. It contains several symbols and seals used in communications with the Outer Lords.
Etheric Engineering in Theory and Practice, Dr. William Heart, Edingburough, Progressive Publishing 1901. A
detailed explanation of the fundamentals of etheric engineering, how to collect ether, how to store it, its various properties and how it can be applied to a variety of problems. Notoriously paradox-inviting.
The Song of the Black Turtle, Verse epic from the Andala tribe of nothern Angola. It details the creation of the world, the spirits ruling it and the 32 names of the servants of the winds. The most common English translation is by Sir Wallace Webster, London, Gilligan & Son 1878.
Two Essays on the Worship of Priapus, By Richard Payne Knight. Discusses Greek sexual- and fertility-magick.
The Secret Notebooks of Nicolai Tesla, Photocopied manuscripts in English and Hungarian of the visionary
designs of Tesla and his radical theories about beaming electric power and global communications. Reputedly the manuscripts were
smuggled out by the Technocracy who aquired them after the death of Tesla.
The Tablets of Assur-bani-pal, Babylonian clay tablets, 7th century BC. King Assur-bani-pal gathered one of the first major magickal libraries. The tablets contain various invocations to the gods, ceremonies and sorcerous processes.
The Ocean of Mysteries, Very rare manuscript of Persian origin (?). Arabic ceremonial magick, especially the evocations of the djinni and genii.
The Book of Overthrowing Apep, Egyptian scroll, written in heiroglyphics. It contains twelve chapters, each dealing with another aspect of the snake-demon Apep and how it can be banished.
The Secret Writings of Ibn Khaldun, Attributed to Ibn Khaldun, 14th century. Arabic manuscript describing his theory that magick exists in two forms; pure magick which is only from the mage himself, and talismanic magick which uses spirits. It describes special states of trance and meditation suitable for various forms of magick.
The Maqlu Tablets (The Tablets of Burning), Sumerian clay tablets (exists in various translations). Several ancient and potent banishings agains demons.
Atharva Veda, Manuscript in sanscrit. A secret brahminic work containing rituals and spells for various purposes, such as curing diseases, evoking spirits, talismans, exorcisms and invocations of the gods. Its most famous ritual is a chant used to grant immortality.
Secrets Merveilleux de la Magie Naturelle et Cabalistique de Petit, Albert Grimoire probably written by Albertus Magnus in 1272, in French. Contains instructions for the creation of a Hand of Glory.
Liber Martii, A Latin book from around 300 AD, written on thin iron plates and bound in human skin. It contains the prayers and invocations used in the cult of Mars.
De Naturae Mysteris, Andreas Arenamontanus, Latin manuscript collection, 11th century. About the powers of various talismans, artefacts, herbs, mythical animals and secret signs. Often inacurrate, but nevertheless very useful.
Liber XXX Aerum (The Vision and the Voice), Aleister Crowley 1909, in English. A description of a series of visions and invocations performed by Crowley and his assitent Neuberg in the desert of Algeria. The visions explore the secrets of the High Umbra and its denizens.
The Ocean of Dust, Manuscript about the fundamentals of Euthanatos philosophy, the nature of death and decay and various other topics in the form of short aphorisms or sentences. The author is unknown, and the book exists in many different versions and languages.
Rare and Exotic Herbs of the Tropical Rainforest and Their Medical Uses, Dr. Jonathan Geiger, London, McNamara, 1970. A monumental work about the more bizarre properties of rare plants. Sons of Ether medicine and chemistry.
777, Aleister Crowley. A standard reference work in the Order of Hermes for cabalistic and numerological correspondences and
symbols.
The Hidden Geometry of the Universe, Simon F. Duane, London, Greyhound, 1881. A complex work aboutthe subtle geometric secrets underlying all of existence and how space relates to time and energy.
Liber Paginarum Fulvarum, Latin book of unknown origin, quite possible a translation from the Greek. One of the most infamous books about the summoning and binding of spirits, demons and other beings. Contains a veritable catalogue of seals and true names only the most foolhardy mage would dare to use.
The Million Petalled Lotus, Manuscript in Sanskrit, detailing ancient secrets of tantra yoga and the use of various potions and meditations in sexual magick.
Eis und Feuer Magie, Heinrich von Hallstein, Hamburg, Kirchdorfer 1934. A rather infamous classic about teutonic magick and race-mysticism.
Visiones Divinorum, Helene de Alembert, 1723. In Latin. A series of meditations on the divine and its relation to the material world, filled with beautiful Catholic imagery.
Xenobiologica, Xavier F. Cantavo, Berlin, Hartmann, 1971. An invaluable reference guide to mythical animals and strange events across the world. It contains descriptions and compilations of sightings, evidence and theories about unknown lifeforms in the world.
Creative Surgery, Medical guide, author unknown (although a Son of Ether barrabi is probable). Probably written early this century. Contains detailed descriptions of how to perform drastic surgical modifications of humans and animals, creating bizarre hybrids or sickening new organs.
The Magical Calendar of Tycho Brahe, Printed engraving in Latin, attributed to Tycho Brahe. 1620. Astrological lore.
Die Chymische Hochzeit des Christian Rosencreutz, By Johann Valentin Andreae, Strassburg, Zetzner, 1616. In german.
Classic book about rosicrucian alchemy, written in allegory.
On Vampires, Ghosts and Other Imps of the Devil, Arthur Berensborough, London, Davell, 1798. A quite complete collection of lore about vampires, fairies, ghosts, demons and other denizens of the night. Due to its completeness it is now very rare.
The English Physitians Guide: Or A Holy Guide, By John Heydon, London, Ferris, 1662. Rosicrucian healing magick, early technomantic thought.
Sepher Yetzirah (The Book of Formation), Several manuscripts in Hebrew, attributed to Simeon ben Yochai 3-6 century AD. A lengthy and detailed description of the Cabalistic system.
The Zohar (The Book of Splendor), Attributed to Simeon ben Yochai, printed in the 14th century by Moses de Leon in Hebrew (other translations exist). One of the central works of the Cabala, detailing the secret structure of reality.
De Rerum Natura, By Lucretius, in Latin. A five volume treatise written in verse about the true nature of matter, life and energy. Ancient technomantic pattern magick.
Sargozast-i Sayyid-na, by Hasan-i Sabbah, Arabic manuscript. About the secret wisdom and theories of the sect that latter would become known as the assassins. Hidden inside the text is the geometrical keys to the paths of Mount Qaf, which is identified with Alamut.
Conclusiones Magicae, by Pico della Mirandola, in Latin. A classic overview of hermetic magick.
Lands Beyond, by Sprague de Camp and Ley, New York, Rinehart 1952. Son of Ether geography, especially the Hollow Earth, the djungles of Venus and deserts of Mars.
Mundus Subterraneus, Athanasius Kircher, Amsterdam, Jansson 1665. About the secret pathways, caves and worlds inside the Earth, and what powers and beings exist there.
Trattato sulla Quintessenza, Johannes de Rupescissa, in Italian. About the alchemical and occult properties of Quintessence and how it can be purified.
La Poule Noir (The Black Pullet), Author unknown, printed 1740 in French. A somewhat improbable or allegorical description of the secret of the Pyramids and practical magickal rotes.
Liber Al vel Legis, Aleister Crowley, 1904. In English. Channeled manuscript containing dense occult references to hermetic magick, Egyptian religion and Taoism. According to its followers it is the law of the New Aeon, which will overthrow the old Aeon and bring a new age of change and power.
Somniorum Synesiorum, Gerolamo Cardano, Basilea 1562. A treatrise in Latin about the nature and meaning of dreams and their magick.
Operum Volumen Secundum, Paracelsus, Genevae, De Tournes 1658. Part of Paracelsus alchemical and medical treatises. Includes the formulas for the creation of an homunculus.
Dogme de la Haute Magie, Eliphas Levi, Paris, Baillire 1856. A classic survey of ritual magick.
De Arte Cabalistica, Johannes Reuchlin, Hagenhau, 1517. A classic work on cabalism and numerology.
The Teachings of the Tenfold Enlightened One, Manuscript in ancient Chinese. About the nature of reality, dragons
and taoist alchemy discussed by an unknown teacher and his 101 students.
Kama Sutra, the unexpurgated version, Classic text of the Tantrcs of India. Contains several rituals of sexual nature.
Fifteen Meditations on a Bamboo Staff, Poem written in Mandarin, author unknown. According to some schools of Akashic Brothers one of the best descriptions of Do and the world.
Nonlocality in Modern Physics, Vladimir Roganov, New York, Freeman, 1965. Technocracy theories about the non-existence of space and time.
The Secrets of Life and Death, An unfinished manuscript by Victor Frankenstein, detailing his research and theories.
On the Fundamentals of Analysis, by Srinavasa Ramanujan, unpublished manuscript. A short treatise on the central theorems of mathemagick, heavily suppressed by the Technocracy.
De Iuvene Aeterne, Arnaldus Villanovanus. A short manuscript from the 11th century in Latin, detailing an alchemic procedure for achieving eternal youth.
De Natura Animalium, Claudius Aelianus, ca 350 BC. A book in Latin detailing the appearance, behavior and properties of many real and mythical animals.
Geheimnissvoller Heldenschatz (The mysterious hero-treasure), Johannes Starchius, 1615. A German book about rotes useful in
battle and medicine.
Tetrabiblios (Quadripartitum Claudius Ptolemaei, The Four Books of Ptolemy) and Megale Syntaxis, By Ptolemaios, 2nd century BC in Greek. The classic works of Hellenic astrology, used as standard reference by most of Order of Hermes.
Liber Sibyllinum, Latin fragmentary manuscript, reputed to be a transcription of one of the Sibyllinian books, foretelling the future of Rome and the world.
De Occulta Philosophia, Agrippa, 1510. Discusses how magick correlates with religion and science. An attempt to reconcile the Order of Hermes, Celestial Chorus and early Technocracy.
The Grimoire of Claudius of Heidelberg, 12th century, in Latin and German. A Goetic text about the spirits of transportation and divination. Hidden in a cypher is a chorist treatrise on the nature of destruction and armageddon.
The Rending of the Ten Veils, Gnostic text from the first century BC, written in greek. Delineates the ten steps from mortality to reuninon with the Godhead, and the purifications which has to be undertaken.
Thronum Mirabilis, Illuminated latin manuscript, 14th century, describing the occult and religious splendor of the Throne of God. Contains several important prayers to the Archangels and Dominions.
The Hymn of Pythagoras, Greek manuscript of unknown origin, attributed to Pythagoras. Contains the secret teachings of Pythagoras in verse, detailing the relationship between music, geometry, space and time.
The Lost Book of Euclid, Arabic translation of the final book of Euclid's Elementa together with a long explanation by Al-Kashi on the occult properties of the geometric figures.
Five Treatises on the Letter Aleph, Solomon ben Hadai, Prague 1551, in Hebrew. Cabalistic theories about the innermost nature of the world, the powers and polarities of the letter Aleph and how it links to the secret patterns of the Torah.
Liber Tenebros, Gottfried Jdger, 1975, Berlin, Hohenheimer. Printed book in German, Latin and English. Describes a series of Left-Hand Path rituals of invocations of the dark subconscious urges and how they can be directed into the physical world.
Stone age economics, by Marshall Sahlins, a book about the economics of stone age society.
Myths & Legends of Australia, by A.W. Reed, aboriginal folklore.
Suppressed & incredible inventions, by John Freeman, a influential technocracy work.
The Book of Thoth, Aleister Crowley. A treatise about the symbolism and power of the Tarot.
The Unabomber Manifesto, by FC A technocracy work.
Memoirs of Hadrian, by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, translated by Marguerite Yourcenar.
The Art of War, by Sun Tzu, a book on Warfare.
Various issues of 21-C Magazine, a technocracy work.
Linux in a Nutshell, O'Reilly, Ellen Siever, Aaron Weber, Stephen Figgins, and Robert Love. A void engineers & technocracy work.
My struggle, by Adolf Hitler. Nazism.
Inside Hitlers Headquarters, by Walter Warlimont, Nazism.
The Protocols of the Learnered Elders of Zion, Zionism.
1984, by George Orwell, A technocracy work.
Pocket Oxford Dictionary 4th Edition, with proper Scandivanian, Teutonic, Celtic, Dutch, French, Latin,
Roman & Greek etymology. encouraged by the works of Mr H.W Fowler.
The Readers Digest GREAT ENCYCLOPAEDIC DICTIONARY, ENCYCLOPAEDIC.
New larousse encyclopedia of mythology, by Robert Graves, ENCYCLOPAEDIC.
The works of Hans Christian Anderson, Fairy tales.
Gullivars Travels, Fairy tales.
Robin hood, Fairy tales.
The works of CS Lewis, Fairy tales.
The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Tolkien Companion, Topical reference, by Tolkien & Tyler, historical.
The Wizard of Oz, Fairy tales.
William Blake, the Oxford poetry Library, by Frank kermode, Prose.
A tale of two cities, by charles dickens, prose.
Don Juan, prose, sexuality.
A history of the world, by Hg Wells, historical.
The western world, comes in 3 or more volumes, published around 1950, its a green book & describes the last 1000 years of Western History.
Pharaohs & mortals, by torgny save soderbergh & translated into english by richard e oldenburg, a historical work.
Mysteries of freemasonry, by john fellows, a 200 year old book, considered to be of extreme importance & significance in shaping North America & Australia.
Mysteria Magica, by Melita Denning & Osborne Phillip, they also publish other works about Magical Philosophy
The Book of Knowledge, the keys of Enoch, 1970,s style Occultism leading into the New Age & the start of Globalism, could be regarded as a technocracy work now.
Coming Back, the science of reincarnation, by the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, New Age, note not many New Age works are listed here because there are too many of them.
The promise of World Peace, by the Bahai Community, New Age.
The Far East by F.C Jones M.A. Historical.
The Mayan Prophecies, considered to be New Age.
The Republic of Plato, translated by A.D Lindsay, Historical.
Age of Faith, by Time Life Books, Historical.
The New Imperialism, world population & the Cairo Conference, by Michael Cook, Globalism.
The Periclean Democracy, by Pericles, Ancient Greek text about the first democratic governemnt in the world.
The Cosmic Conspiracy, by Stan Deyo, conspiracy theories.
The works of Gary Kah, Conspiracy theories.



Druids & Mages general decalaration on the state of the New Age at present

Good Governing is usually achieved as follows, local governmnet dictates terms to state government who in turn dictates terms to federal government & which then dictates terms to forign governments. Though the Mages or Druids will often argue that the Void Engineers & Technocrats have reduced peoples telepathic skills & weakened good & sound Governing because of their strict observance of Teslas thinking & their general ignoring of all the other great teachings.

See Also

Aurum Solis. Internet Sacred Text Archive

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*Zeitgeist
*Wicca
*stone circles
*New Age
*The imprisonment & persecution of Wilhelm Reich
*The exploitation of Nikola Tesla

Gothic Culture

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*Gothic architecture
*Gothic Revival architecture
*Gothic art
*Celtic art
*Romanticism
*Gothic rock
*Gothic metal
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*Goth subculture

See Also

Democracy of information
Hexagradior
Millennium Shakespeare
Xen: Ancient English Edition

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Below is a record of the rites of the old pagan gods before the rise of Christianity, this file was downloaded from the old BBS computers that were around before the internet.

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Mrs Dolittle's house

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Mrs Dolittle's house

Mrs Dolittle lived across the road from my grandmother, at her house she had a book called "Australian shipwrecks" & it was about as thick as a yellow pages directory book, this book listed all the shipwrecks of the old galleon pirates of the carribean like ships like those pictured above & these shipwrecks were found all over the eastern coast of Australia, parts of the ships, remains of the ship, name of the ship & other information about the shipwreck, the ships would be wrecked on the coast & people would run ashore with their animals & other belongings they carried with them. Why their was alot of shipwrecks listed in this old book, of cause Mrs Dolittle is dead by now but maybe the book survived, see ya Australiens . . .

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