The Key of Solomon the King" (Clavicula Salomonis)
syndu | Nov. 1, 2023, 11:25 a.m.
Certainly, here's a suggested content series based on the books and authors I mentioned:
Each blog post should focus on the book and its author, providing a comprehensive exploration of their contributions to the understanding and use of the lamen.
1. Blog Post 1: "The Key of Solomon the King" (Clavicula Salomonis)
- Task 1.1: Write an overview of the book, its origins, and its key principles.
- Task 1.2: Discuss the specific designs for different lamens provided in the book.
2. Blog Post 2: "Transcendental Magic: Its Doctrine and Ritual" by Eliphas Levi
- Task 2.1: Write a detailed profile of Eliphas Levi and his influence on modern occultism.
- Task 2.2: Discuss how Levi describes the lamen in the context of ceremonial magic in his book.
3. Blog Post 3: "The Golden Dawn" by Israel Regardie
- Task 3.1: Write a detailed profile of Israel Regardie and his role in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
- Task 3.2: Discuss how the lamen is used in Golden Dawn rituals as explained in the book.
4. Blog Post 4: "Liber ABA (Book 4)" by Aleister Crowley
- Task 4.1: Write a detailed profile of Aleister Crowley and his magical philosophy and practice.
- Task 4.2: Discuss Crowley's explanation of the lamen and its role in Thelemic magic.
5. Blog Post 5: "The Witch's Book of Shadows" by Phyllis Curott
- Task 5.1: Write a detailed profile of Phyllis Curott and her influence on modern witchcraft.
- Task 5.2: Discuss the concept of a personal magical symbol or sigil, akin to a witch's personal lamen, as discussed in the book.
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