- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: The Original Falcon Press; 1st edition (November 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1935150812
- ISBN-13: 978-1935150817
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
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This book and the rituals within changed my life for the better, words cannot describe how thankful and grateful I am for this book. It's about time someone came out with a book such as the Blood Sorcery Bible. --Jillian Francesca Rose
Do you seek a teacher in the Dark Arts? There is only one I recommend, Sorceress Cagliastro. She is not afraid of the work no matter how dark. --The Apprentice
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Sorceress Cagliastro, The Necromancer Blood Sorceress, Necromancer, Mummifier, Magnetic Sorcery researcher, teacher, author, lecturer, embalmer, forensic reconstructionist, and consigliere to the disincarnate, Sorceress Cagliastro has spent decades in service to the Integrity of the Deceased as a trade embalmer and in years of work at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. In an entirely different area, she has also worked directly with Sir Richard Branson as one half of his team of US publicists at Virgin Media.
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To be honest i have asked myself many times if this work is really for me. It is unlike anything i have ever read before and requires much more commitment than any other work i've come across. The work demands a heavy price.
This book has four different parts to it mixed in together; each one could easily have filled a book of its own.
One part touches on mindset and the resolve needed to do this work. These sections show how important a Nietzschean will to power is to this type of work.
One part touches on blood sorcery and self-vivisection used in sorcery rites of many kinds. To do this work, a phlebotomist is needed for some rites. Access to scalpels and needles as well as vials and refrigeration units is important. It touches on sexual blood sorcery and blood divination on flat surfaces.
One part touches on necromancy as a way of life and death: the credo and 21 day rite of announcement, sleeping with the dead as a bond-builder, corporeal necromancy, opening temporary and eternal portals to the disincarnate. To do this work access to mausoleums and cemeteries is important, and a nocturnal lifestyle is assumed.
One part touches on demonworks, describing the difference between deads and demons. A few rites are given for working with demons. Much information is given for interacting with disincarnates and important safety measures are given. Further information on the demonworks will be found in the Stygian manual, which is the followup to this grimoire.
I've done a couple of the lighter sorcery events in this book already. They have taught me things - in many ways the things i have learned are beyond words. I have yet to scratch the surface here yet many would say i've already gone too far. Such is the depth of this work.
This work is not for everyone. Cutting yourself open should be as routine as peeling an orange if you want to get anywhere in this kind of work. This sorcery has no mercy whatsoever, it is designed only to do the job.
Having said that, this work is top notch. It works like a charm. In fact it might be too effective.
In a world where many magical books underwhelm this one might be a little too much to handle.
There is no guarantee that this work is safe if you are not careful, in fact little guarantee even if you are careful. Proceed with caution.
With all that said, the sorcery works VERY well.
Throughout this book, there is one thing the Sorceress states that I disagree with. I'm not saying she is wrong, just that in my experience the disincarnate are not afraid of the light, humans just don't notice them as much then but they are there. However, I do agree with her sentiments on child spirits as her statements on working with these spirits has also been my experience as well (not just mine personally but between close friends and myself).
It will be a little while before I continue on to read Book II partly for two reasons: #1 because I want to read/learn something else and then get back to this (while also allowing the full extent of this practice to sink in). #2 because Book I came in print & kindle version and while I have both the kindle version is so much easier to read at any time day or night but Book II doesn't have any such option and for that I am disappointed but I do have it in print so I will get to it at some point.
Most reviews I am reading here make no comment on the rituals. They work. My life in changed.
However be prepared to take responsibility for your life.
When you are done playing Harry Potter or trying to be the Master Therion and want to make the life you desire this is the book for you.
The book did still challenge me and make me think and I do intend to make use of what suggestions were actually expanded upon, but don't get this book without expecting a foul taste in your mouth afterwards. She expects most of her readers to be fakes, posers or at worst infiltrators, particularly if you don't follow her to the letter. I'll gladly take what advice she's given, but don't expect me to buy anymore of her books or take any classes from her. Ideology should be irrelevant in an LHP book, it should be assumed, not dictated like a runaway preacher. Don't preach about belief clutter and why you think we should all be atheists, I did not buy your book for that.