BY FRANCIS BARRETT, F.R.C.. Professor of Chemistry expence, the Author undertook to compose THE MAGUS, presuming that his labours herein will meet . The Magus or Celestial Intelligencer is a complete system of occult philosophy by Francis Barrett, Professor of Chemistry. It involves modern practice of the Calistic art, natural and celestial Magic anno The Magus or Celestial Intelligencer II (9,02 MB). The Whole illustrated with a great Variety of. CURIOUS ENGRAVINGS, MAGICAL AND CABALISTICAL FIGURES, Sc. BY FRANCIS BARRETT, F.R.C.. Professor.
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CURIOUS ENGRAVINGS, MAGICAL AND CABALISTICAL FIGURES, &c. BY FRANCIS BARRETT, F.R.C.. Professor of Chemistry, natural and occult Philosophy. The Magus is one of the primary sources for the study of ceremonial magic, and for a long time was one of the rarest and most sought after of the 19th century. ZOROASTER, the son of Oromasius, flourished in the reign of Darius, the successor of. Cambyses. All authors are full of variations in their accounts of this .
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The Magus, or celestial intelligencer; being a complete system of occult philosophy. Barrett, an Englishman, claimed himself to be a student of chemistrymetaphysics and natural occult philosophy. The magical power is in the inward or inner man.
Be the first to add this to a list. Barrett was enthusiastic about reviving interest in the occult arts, and published a magical textbook called The Magus.
Frandis his reputation, at the very least, the pseudo-qualifications seemed an attempt to justify his teaching advertisement, inserted at page of the second book: The magic and philosophy of Trithemius of Spanheim By the late s, The Magus had not only found its market, it had influenced an important paradigm shift.
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The Golden Sayings of Epictetus. The officers seen are, Top row, left to right: If that which thou confesseth to be far remote for thy capacity of understanding, that shall also with thee be accounted to be fetched from far.
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And in the old law they spake with divers of the fathers with a sensible voice; but this never but when they assumed bodies. So it falls out that some profit more in any science, or art, or office, in a less time and with little pains, when another takes much pains and studies hard, and all in vain; and although no science, art or virtue, is to be contemned, yet that you may live prosperously, carry on thy affairs happily, in the first place, know thy good genius, and his nature, and what good the celestial disposition promises thee, and God the distributer of all these, who distributes to each as he pleases, and follow the beginnings of these, profess these, be conversant in that virtue to which the most high distributer doth elevate and lead thee; who made Abraham excel in justice and clemency, Isaac with fear, Jacob with strength, Moses with meekness and miracles, Joshua in war, Phineas in zeal, David in religion and victory, Solomon in knowledge and fame, Peter in faith, John in charity, Jacob in devotion, Thomas in prudence, Magdalen in contemplation, Martha in officiousness.
The root of the Caroline thistle being plucked up when full of juice and virtue, and tempered with the mummy of a man, will exhaust the powers and natural strength out of a man, on whose shadow thou shalt stand, into thyself. The operator must be purified and cleansed, and have an infallible hope, a constant faith, and have his mind lifted up to the Most High God, if he would surely obtain this divine power.
Indeed, the ideas of the desire are after the manner of the influences of heaven cast into a proper object how locally remote soever; that is, they are directed by the desire, especially pointing out an object for itself, even as the sight of the basilisk, or touch of the torpedo, is reflected on their willed object; for I have already shewn in its place, that the devil doth maguz attribute so much as any thing in the directions of things injected; but that he hath need of a free, directing, and frzncis power or faculty.
For sometimes, they being visible to none do direct our journies and all our business, are often present at battles, and, by secret helps, do give the desired success to their friends; for, at their pleasure, they can procure prosperity, and inflict adversity.
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A Prayer or Oration to God. ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, we thy servants approach with fear and trembling before thee, and in all humility do most heartily beseech thee to pardon our manifold and blind transgressions, by us committed at any time; and grant, O, most merciful Father, for his sake who died upon the cross, that our minds may be enlightened with the divine radiance of thy holy wisdom; for seeing, O, Lord of might, power, majesty, and dominion, that, by reason of our gross and material bodies, we are scarce apt to receive those spiritual instructions that we so earnestly and heartily desire.
Open, O, blessed Spirit, the spiritual eye of our soul, that we may be released from this darkness overspreading us by the delusions of the outward senses, and may perceive and understand those things which are spiritual.
Grant us, Lord, power and strength of intellect to carry on this work, for the honour and glory of thy holy name, and to the comfort of our neighbour; and without design of hurt or detriment to any, we may proceed in our labours, through Jesus Christ, our Redeemer: Amen.
BEFORE we proceed to particulars, it will not be amis to speak of generals; therefore, as an elucidation, we shall briefly show what sciences we comprehend under the title of Natural Magic; and to hasten to the point, we shall regularly proceed from theory to practice; therefore, Natural Magic undoubtedly comprehends a knowledge of all Nature, which we by no means can arrive at but by searching deeply into her treasury, which is inexhaustible; we therefore by long study, labour, and practice, have found out many valuable secrets and experiments, which are either unknown, or are buried in the ignorant knowledge of the present age.
The wise ancients knew that in Nature the greatest secrets lay hid, and wonderful active powers were dormant, unless excited by the vigorous faculty of the mind of man; but as, in these latter days, men have themselves almost wholly up to vice and luxury, so their understandings have become more and more depraved; 'till, being swallowed up in the gross senses, they become totally unfit for divine contemplations and deep speculations in Nature; their intellectual faculty being drowned in obscurity and dulness, by reason of their sloth, intemperance, or sensual appetites.
However, we will leave Pythagoras and his followers, to hasten to our own work; whereof we will first explain the foundation of Natural Magic, in as clear and intelligible a manner as the same can be done.