This blog is used to discuss various issues and topics pertinent to ritual magick and ritual magicians as proposed by Frater Barrabbas Tiresius - author, witch and ritual magick practitioner.
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Another book I find useful (you hit all the major ones that I have used) is The Rulership Book by Rex E. Bills. It is a book dealing with astrological rulerships.
@Morgan - sounds excellent, and its yet another book that's not in my library. Oh, just need to expand my shelf space first! (Just what I need, more books.)
Actually, 777 was not written by Crowley at all. It was a table of hierarchies circulated among Golden Dawn Adepts that was written by Mathers. Crowley got his hands on a copy through Alan Bennett. This is just one more example of the scoundrel Crowley publishing other people's material against their wishes and putting his own name on it for minor fame. Sadly, this tradition is all too pervasive in the Golden Dawn community today.
There are a number of spelling errors in 777. I cleaned not a few of these up in the Ritual Magic Manual and footnoted the earlier sources.