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A Bardon Companion: Commentary Upon Franz Bardon's Books Paperback – April 11, 2002

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  • Paperback: 223 pages
  • Publisher: Olivier Dorche/ Josuah Hutchinson Publishing (April 11, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 2951797206
  • ISBN-13: 978-2951797208
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.9 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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The hermetics of Franz Bardon are of interest to some occultists. While different in many ways from Golden Dawn Hermetics (primarily in that the 1st book has no ceremony, and very little ritual), but is just as fastinating.

Bardon has some techniques and teachings that are less discussed than in other hermetic or occult works. This book helps both students new to the area, as well as those interested from other mystery schools to try and integrate Bardon's theory/practice to their own.

The book is an IDEAL companion to the Bardon book series. It will help those students who may be having a difficult time grasping some of the points in the book. I wish I had come across something like this when I started, as it probably would have helped me save a great deal of time. Be advised, while you can buy a hardcopy from the website you can also read most of it for free too, if you're looking to not spend money on it.
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The is a very handy guide for anyone working their way through the exercises in Franz Bardon's books. Clark successfully address many questions that the beginning or advanced student may have and clears up some of Bardon's concepts that have become difficult to understand in the translation from the German language.

I highly suggest that you look at Rawn's website, where much of this material is available. You can also order a new copy his book there for a fraction of what it is being sold for elsewhere.
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I had trouble rating this book as it is fine as it is but Rawn Clark was skiming on the first edition, as the second is twice as big. Further, you can read (and print for self-usage) this book online. The second edition encompasses the wealth of correspondences Rawn had for years with Bradonists and followers of his acute and in depth interpretation and understanding of Bardon's teaching. While Bardon is a very easy reading with seemingly easy to understand instructions and exercises. Actually doing those require reading and re-reading Bardon and in my opinion Rawn Clark too. What reading Bardon does not tell you is that he requires constant practice and a "pound of flesh" from his initiates and Rawn can help/guide and motivate you.
Unfortunately, the second edition is only available from Rawn's website at this moment....
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By David on January 17, 2009
Straightforward, to-the-point, and practical, this book is excellent in providing context and background for Bardon's books as well as hints to clear up some common misunderstandings. If Bardon is the "father" of this system of Hermetics, Rawn is like a helpful older brother who nudges you in the right direction, though he's always careful about making sure that you know you have to do the necessary work yourself. Still, I've found it very helpful to have a "guidebook" to Bardon's tomes that speak in friendlier and less archaic language.

All of Rawn's works are available free online at abardoncompanion.com.
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