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Grimoire of Arts by Bryan Lovering

Grimoire of Arts

by Bryan Lovering

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This book is a challenge to the reader. Written in stream of consciousness there is nothing easy about what it offers. Spells might only be spoken phrases, and fancy drawings on paper. Rituals might only be done once every blue moon. Open the gates and call forth the raw forces of creation. Push yourself farther then ever before. See what adventures await you.

All together there are works that will banish demons, and modify the spirits around you. You will learn what an array is, how it functions, and how to push yourself beyond what has become the acceptable and the common. This art will help you, as it integrates into your own practices, and understandings. The more you use it, the more you test out the mechanics within, and compare it against your own understandings.

It is sure to be of benefit on your journey. Providing keys of understanding of the material contained. This grimoire brings to life a new perspective on the ancient art of sorcery, from a non denominational standing. There is no dogma here, make up your own mind, and let the magicks flow my friends.

"Let us walk the path of creation together, between the formed and the formless. Let us be the ones to conjure up the nameless, and give them understanding. From this journey we shall emerge the better. " B. Lovering

This is the goal of this series. The Grimoire of Art is the First in the series. This Volume 1 acquaints the reader with spells and rites of spirits, creation, formation, unions, funerals, exorcism, and other things never before found within works on this subject. But in a way that comes from discussion, from common questions that these sections respond to. "I have this problem, how do I make it a viable means of manifestation?" This is what is offered the reader.

Its only the beginning with this book, that lays foundations out for what is found in the Grimoire of Arts Volume 2, Advanced Mechanics.
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