Details for the hardcover edition of Goetic Evocation: 500 litho printed copies, sewn bound hardback, Wibalin Black endpapers, black head and tail bands, Wicotex Toile du Marais Cerise cover, foiled on front and spine in gold.
Published by Hadean Press
From the Publisher:
First published as Goetic Evocation: The Magician’s Workbook Volume 2 by Eschaton Productions in 1996.
Goetic Evocation was the first (and only) workbook ever specifically designed to be used in conjunction with the popular grimoire known as The Goetia, which is the first book of The Lesser Key of Solomon. It is an efficient working manual for the ritual magician who is interested in properly practicing the system outlined in The Goetia.
Steve Savedow provides detailed instructions for the necessary preparations, as well as the actual performance of the evocations, plus thorough dissections of every portion of The Goetia and a complete explanation of the hierarchy of the Goetic spirits.
Also included are transcripts from the author’s personal records documenting nine evocations that were performed between the years of 1985 and 1987 (which feature a lengthy interrogation of the spirit Bim), and the results of his extensive experimentation.
Steve Savedow is a native and lifelong resident of Daytona Beach, Florida. He was the owner and operator of Serpents Occult Books (1986 – 2005), specializing in rare antiquarian and hard to find occult texts. He is the author of the popular work Magician’s Workbook: A Modern Grimoire (Weiser Books, 1995), which has been used as a teaching manual for several magickal orders, and also the translator of the first and only English edition of Sepher Rezial Hemelech or the Sefer Raziel (Weiser Books, 2000), a rare, valuable and important medieval qabalistic text, originally of the 11th century.
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