Books about DIY conjuration

Do you know a good book that can help someone on their path? Or, are you looking for a certain type of book?
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Books about DIY conjuration

Postby ruis2002 » Wed Oct 24, 2018 10:42 pm

My question is for sellers mainly: how did you learn to do spirit conjurations and bindings? What books, ecourses, or other resources would you recommend to someone who wants to learn how to do this also?

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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby conxtion » Thu Oct 25, 2018 5:27 pm

Am not a seller, but would suggest you don't only depend on books. For example, nobody ever learnt to swim or ride a bicycle by just reading the relevant books.



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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby Nanami » Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:32 am

Relying on a book isn't really going to help you if you want to get down to the nitty gritty. For the most part, I have yet to find one with the knowledge and actual know how that the conjurer and seller I apprenticed under actually have. For the most part, books out there are for solitary practice and don't teach you long term binding, nor do they teach you what most Spirit Keepers are looking for when it comes time to Conjuration. They are for the short term, here and now and for the most part, there aren't even any binding techniques to be taught in them. They are simply to summon forth a being before you and that is all.

If, by chance, you are looking for simply conjuration, there are a few as far away as Amazon to make a purchase. I once looked for books before I began my apprenticeship and I never actually found anything worth while, so I can't really give you any titles to search for. If you do find some, you will most likely cringe at how some are even written. I know a few sound as though they are simply parlor tricks and not actual conjuration. I'm sure a few other people around here would better to direct you in terms of books. I was blessed to gain a mentor and am most grateful for everything she has taught me. Just as with magick, you are always learning and improving how you do things.



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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby Dasadon » Thu Nov 15, 2018 6:31 pm

It’s not as easy as learning evocation. U will need to use a magical system.

If you can find a way, I could give you my E-Library which has books on the subject of conjuring spirits.



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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby Opelia Rendon » Thu Nov 15, 2018 7:30 pm

You'll have to learn a magical system or "practice." But I have a related question, wasn't magical arts/practices taught by spirits, entities and immortals? Is it possible to have one of them teach us?



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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby Dasadon » Thu Nov 15, 2018 8:18 pm

Opelia Rendon wrote:You'll have to learn a magical system or "practice." But I have a related question, wasn't magical arts/practices taught by spirits, entities and immortals? Is it possible to have one of them teach us?

Yah some spirits can teach such things.



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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby Nanami » Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:42 am

Opelia Rendon wrote:You'll have to learn a magical system or "practice." But I have a related question, wasn't magical arts/practices taught by spirits, entities and immortals? Is it possible to have one of them teach us?


It is entirely possible for a spirit to teach us. Very recently I have a custom conjure done by Sariena. Now, keep in mind I have been conjuring and binding for quite some time on my own thanks to my mentor who taught me everything I know. Sariena discovered a Binder/Spellcaster from the Rurik Dynasty that had been specifically seeking me out (I was actually searching for someone in particular but this fella felt the need to step in). He's been absolutely amazing in the things that he's been teaching me, helping me enhance my own techniques. The knowledge that he has is outstanding, and while most of it has been taught to me through meditation and dreams, I have retained quite a bit and its very effective. Between him and my mentor, my techniques are getting better and stronger. Constantly learning and always improving!



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Re: Books about DIY conjuration

Postby Opelia Rendon » Fri Nov 16, 2018 2:12 am

Nanami wrote:
Opelia Rendon wrote:You'll have to learn a magical system or "practice." But I have a related question, wasn't magical arts/practices taught by spirits, entities and immortals? Is it possible to have one of them teach us?


It is entirely possible for a spirit to teach us. Very recently I have a custom conjure done by Sariena. Now, keep in mind I have been conjuring and binding for quite some time on my own thanks to my mentor who taught me everything I know. Sariena discovered a Binder/Spellcaster from the Rurik Dynasty that had been specifically seeking me out (I was actually searching for someone in particular but this fella felt the need to step in). He's been absolutely amazing in the things that he's been teaching me, helping me enhance my own techniques. The knowledge that he has is outstanding, and while most of it has been taught to me through meditation and dreams, I have retained quite a bit and its very effective. Between him and my mentor, my techniques are getting better and stronger. Constantly learning and always improving!


I actually have a list now for Magickal teachers in my spirit family! I say list because I have a whole bunch now, but that doesn't degrade how important they are to me. I am now, just barely realizing a few things. Some of the practices don't really resonate with me, but they're worth reading into.

Back to ops post, do you have a spirit or entity who may be willing to teach you?




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