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Basics of Magic—The Best of the Golden Dawn Journal: Book 1: Divination
Edited by Chic Cicero and Sandra Tabatha Cicero. This book explores how and why the process of divination works, traditional techniques of tarot and geomancy, new tarot spreads, historical information derived from the actual tarot readings of an original member of the Golden Dawn, and much more. (Signed by the Editors.)
Deluxe Damascus Flaming Magic Sword
Our most elegant Magic Sword, featuring a wavy blade forged from Damascus steel. THE FLAMING SWORD or Lightning Flash is formed by the natural order of the Sephiroth on the Tree of Life. It is the descending current of Divine Energy, and it resembles a flash of Lightning. The Flaming Magic Sword incorporates this Qabalistic symbolism with the Golden Dawn's Magic Sword of the Z.A.M.
Enochian Flash Cards: The Angelic Alphabet
Enochian Flash Cards by Chic and Tabatha Cicero provide students with a useful tool for memorizing the letters of the Angelic Alphabet. Featuring the Enochian letter attributions of Adam P. Forrest as well as the Golden Dawn's Flashing Colors, the Ciceros have created the perfect complement to their Qabalah Flash Cards. In addition to the Enochian Letter cards, the remaining cards include the Four Elemental Tablets, the Tablet of Union, and the Sigillum Dei Aemeth. They also include a series of paintings by Sandra Tabatha Cicero - the Four Archangels of the Elements, and the Garden of Eden, Before and After the Fall.
Enochian Tablet Posters: Traditional Latin Lettering
The Enochian Tablets are four in number, each referring to one of the elements: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. In addition to these four, there is another smaller Tablet, which is called the Tablet of Union, referring to the fifth Element of Ether or Spirit. They are sold as a set. This set of Enochian Tablets utilizes the traditional Latin alphabet with the primary elemental hues with letters in flashing colors. The Tablet Posters are 11″ by 17″ in size. They are signed and dated on the back by Chic and Tabatha Cicero.