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  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: Metatron Books; First Edition edition (April 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0967279712
  • ISBN-13: 978-0967279718
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.9 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,052,670 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

The author of several books including The Sun at Night, Lucifer Diaries,The Black Book of the Jackal and Tarot of the Morning Star. Nobody deserves the "outsider" tag more than Roger Williamson.
Completely self-taught, mysteriously moved in his 40's to take up the
brush, gloriously isolated from mainstream curatorial prerogatives paints for no one but himself. Even if every other mammal stepped off the planet, he'd almost
surely go on doing his Muses' dirty work. Yet the artist hasn't a
single naive bone in his body. And while (the odd portrait excepted) he
strictly depicts images from his own rich inner life, Williamson, like
the universe itself, loathes stasis.
Wanderlust and constant self-transformation figure in every aspect of
the UK transplant's life, from his ongoing exploration of ceremonial
magic, shamanism, and a few dozen related disciplines to his nine
published books. Equally adept at tweaking received themes and
representing newly broached regions of his deepest psyche, Williamson
defies cookie-cutter assumptions about visionary artists simply by
following his heart. Neither prophet nor poet the painter most often
finds (and/or loses) himself playing journalist/spy in some of quantum
reality's diciest opportunity zones, intent on bringing us everything
Prometheus didn't. --Rod Smith
See my online portfolio at http://www.absolutearts.com/roger/

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Wizard Baphomet on July 25, 2005
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Lucifer Diaries is a complex magickal diary, and thus a grimoire, of an obviously accomplished occultist. It is complex because several magickal topics, such as astral travel, the cabala and enochian magick are interweaved throughout the book in a very interesting manner. In addition, one has to almost live with this book and work through it often to begin to really understand it. My only complaint is that it seems almost impossible to find some of the other books the author has written to be able to purchase, in particular Howling at the Sky.Update on my review: I was able to purchase a copy of Howling at the Sky, which the author, Roger Williamson, was a gracious enough to sign. Howling at the Sky is another masterpiece of Occult Knowledge, and was well worth the effort to find it.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By David on August 5, 2004
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You want a good armchair magician book to sit back and chortle over? This book ain't for you. You want something to USE? Something that gives back what you put into it? Something that can change your life and help put you in conact with alien entities? Then don't delay. In 50-100 years, people will look back at this book and see it as what was happening in Magick at the dawn of the 2000s.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 9, 2004
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This is one of the few books out there that takes traditional western magickal practices and puts them into to full practice within contemporary terms. A strange and extremely compelling description of the authors contact with alien intelligances and Goetic demons over a stretch of 10years. Extremely psychedelic with a dark spark this is certain to be considered a occult classic. Very thorough and gives details as to the rituals and techniques used to invoke these praeternatural forces. Not for the mentally unstable or pious.
WELCOME THE COMING AGE OF LUCIFER!
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Many modern satanists and luciferians practice the styles of magic in this book (qabalah, enochian, dream work) , and even write books about it, but few actually give a new approach or a documentation of of the actual pathworkings done and how it all worked. this book was very interesting in that sense. it is sort of complex but fairly simple, he just took a little bit of each, mixed them together, and did path-workings with them and documented the results for us to see. a very impressive book, although it is short, it was not a let down. not really for the beginner satanist or luciferian, but something to get into once you have mastered the basic magic techniques. i liked this book a lot when i got it, and although i don't really use it, i still may pick it up from time to time.

if this book sounds interesting to you, buy it. it is a good read, and a good addition to your library.
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dear magi,
... we don't review books that we don't like, or that we feel have no redeeming features. This book, however, is clearly not for the mass of people. It is certainly not for beginners in magic, unless they are that very rare beginner who is just now starting again in this lifetime and remembers well what SHe (she/he) has learned in previous ones. It is also very helpful if one is familiar with the Qabalah and also if one is acquainted with or interested in Gemantia, the number/letter/word correspondences of Judaic language, mysticism and magic. For us the best part of the book, and this is a short book, was in the appendices, where the author explains the relevant aspects of the Qabalah that make his diary understandable, and his bibliography.
You probably have to be a fanatic for magic, as these elves are, and perhaps a lover of magical diaries, which we also are, to like this book, but if you, like these elves, are fascinated by other magician's experiences, you may well find this an interesting addition to your library.
kyela,
the silver elves
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