|Doc Solomon's Occult Curios|
A rare opportunity for magicians: a Solomonic Store
I'm glad to share and to make a humble comment about the new Doc Solomon's Occult Curios.
For centuries ceremonial magicians (CM) have worked on the Grimoires, learning, improving, listening to the teachings received and mainly, working daily with the needed discipline and practice to gain the knowledge and wisdom from the Highest.
I like a comment from Rufus Opus: To do the Great Work means you need to work.
And there is a lot to do in the magical path.
From the basic practices needed to reach the highest ceremonies, the student found the many steps to develop, learn and practice.
And all of us found how much hard and long can be the work to make the needed tools. Learn why they are needed, what they do, how they are part of an greater practice, find the ingredients and to do all needed procedures for the best quality.
Each tool has specific procedures, meanings, resources to find, too often many steps to do.
But not all of us can do all of that. Some are really hard. Even what at start appears simple, can become difficult to do due many reasons like hard to find ingredients, job concerns, lack of working space, no time available to follow all the practice or just the need to give more priority to some areas.
All this cost time, work and money.
Thus, sometimes is better to work for the money and find a former magician who can supply the needed material. The work is there anyways, and to find the right materials and tools save time and add a lot to the work being done.
So, when Aaron Leitch commented he was doing Solomic tools and ingredients for a new store, this made me think how glad is to live in a time we can share information with living magicians and have the opportunity to get such material as a result of their work.
Aaron Leitch is a respected author, scholar and former magician, some of the few I, in my how right, recognize as being successful in the Abramelin ritual. He have decades of deep work in many areas including the Solomonic tradition. Someone who have made his tools and know how and what to do each of that.
The new Doc Solomon's Occult Curios is a gift to anyone working on the Great Work as each material and tool available, plus all to come, are high quality rated, done under the strict procedures from the grimoires and will add the valuable needed power to the magician work.
Amd for sure, as we know well, many of that itens are perfect to use in many other magick areas.