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About the Author

Stephen Skinner began his career as a Geography lecturer and magazine publisher, but his long term interests have always been Western magic and feng shui.

During the 1970s he was the driving force behind Askin Publishers, producing a number of classic magical works by Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, Austin Osman Spare, Aleister Crowley, and others. During the 1970s he co-wrote many books with Francis King, including the still popular Techniques of High Magic. Also with Francis King he wrote Nostradamus. His interest in prophecy stimulated by this book, he went on to write the best selling Millennium Prophecies.

Stephen is credited with bringing the art of Feng Shui to the West, and in 1976 he wrote the Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui, which was the first English book on feng shui in the 20th century.

Stephen has written more than 35 books, which have been published worldwide in 28 different languages. These books have had introductions by such diverse people as Colin Wilson, HRH Charles Prince of Wales, and Jimmy Choo, shoe designer to the stars.

Stephen lives in Singapore. Stephen is the first Westerner to be awarded the title of Grand Master of Feng Shui by the International Feng Shui Association.

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn; 2nd edition (2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738711640
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738711645
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.5 x 10.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #432,135 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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As the book says on its cover, it is intended to be a resource similar to Crowley's 777. However, this book takes that format to a 'new level.' It is safe to say that, if you are a magickian of any level, you will find useful information in these pages. I was surprised to find so many correspondences for Kabbalah, for Alchemy, for the Tarot, and for Angelic (and Demonic) magick.

The book is laid out in logical, alphabetically arranged tables for just about every subject a magickian needs. The correspondences are based on the '32 Path' layout used in 777, but the resemblance to that work ends there. The author has done an incredible amount of research so you won't have to. Just look up the subject and you will find a treasure-trove of useful information.

You may not know it, but you need this resource. You won't be sorry you bought it !

Peace Profound,

Neshamah
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Stephen Skinner has heard the prayers of generations of students of the occult and has graciously brought to earth the most comprehensive and user-friendly magical reference book ever compiled. Oh, to have had this book in my 20s. Meticulously researched and elegantly organized, it transcends and replaces at least 5 books in my library including Crowley's venerable 777. My highest possible recommendation.
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Stephen Skinner has truly provided a great service for magicians with the publication of this monumental opus. No longer will practitioners of the Art have to be content with Crowley's problematic 777, as its contents have been revised, expanded and (where applicable) corrected by Skinner, and laid out in a format that's actually more accessable and easier to read. Over half of this massive tome is correspondence charts, the rest of the book filled with commentary.

The kabbalah also gets its due, with the lesser known Luriatic diagram receiving recognition for it's "intellectual" layout in comparison to the more "popular" style laid out by Mathers for the Golden Dawn. Skinner provides compelling reasons for why the Luriatic version seems more "correct". Sephirah and path numbers are, of course, also provided where correspondences to them occur.

All in all, this book will be used by practitioners for years to come and will make a handy addition to any occult library.
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This book, The Complete Magician's Tables, is like Liber 777 on steroids. This is great to have in a single reference book, and its' contents combine the tables previously available with ones that are not so easily found. What I find useful about this book is its' organization, where correspondences are easy to find, and this ultimately helps by allowing me to get back to work quickly.

In fact, this book, combined with the first three volumes of the 'Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magick' series, are all books that I have found highly informative AND useful.

I also give this book 'The Complete Magician's Tables' my highest recommendation, thus, the five stars of this review ...
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Stephen Skinner moves us away from the Crowley-centric model of cabalistic correspondence and provides a set of tables that are based on his personal research.

Drawing from numerous sources Skinner provides data in a clear, concise fashion. Useful for all traditions as well as for the experimentalist who is blazing a trail through new territory, this work stands head and shoulders above similar titles in its completion and in its presentation.

No longer a slave to the old and inefficient 4/5/7/12/32/32+2 motif made popular by Crowley's 777, the magician who elects to use Skinner's work will find his information quickly and easily. The tables are laid out in a thoughtful manner; using them is simplicity itself!

If you're familiar with 777 or other tomes of correspondence then you'll find this work a delight to work with for its ease and its expansion on themes left untreated by others. If you're a novice to ceremonial magick and the hermetic cabala then this is probably the best reference book to have on your shelf.

Indispensable.
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According to Skinner in his introduction, "Magic is based on correspondences" and it "most powerfully uses them when they are put together in a well-constructed ritual" (page 16). He notes that correspondences underlie communication whether it involves other humans, non-human entities, or even communication with one's own subconscious mind. Skinner's book is THE contemporary reference work to consult when it comes to historically-recognized MAGICAL correspondences. It is useful to both scholars and laypersons, skeptics and believers, when approaching the traditional categories associated with magic. Those categories that comprise the key to all the tables are provided up front on page 13 and involve the 10 Sephiroth of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, the 5 Elements, the 7 planets, and the 12 Zodiacal Signs.

The numerous tables are organized according to 26 categories as follows: 1] Angels - Biblical, Apocryphal and Gnostic; 2] Buddhism; 3] Christianity; 4] Dr John Dee's Angels; 5] Emblems and Alchemy; 6] Feng Shui, Chinese Taoism and Taoist Magic; 7] Geomancy; 8] Heavens - Zodiac, Planets, Houses, Decans, Mansions, Constellations; 9] Islam; 10] Judaism; 11] Kabbalah; 12] Letters, Alphabets and Numerical Values; 13] Magic of the Grimoires - Angels, Demons and Spirits; 14] Natural Magic - Animals, Plants, Stones, Herbs and Perfumes; 15] Orders, Grades and Officers; 16] Pagan Pantheons; 17] Questing and Chivalry; 18] Rainbow Colour Scales; 19] Sacred Geometry; 20] Tarot; 21] Uniform Timeline - Magicians, Kabbalists, Astrologers, Alchemists; 22] Vedic and Hindu; 23] Wheel of the Year, Seasons, Months and Hours; 24] X-Reference to Greek Isopsephy; 25] Y Jing or I Ching; and 26] Zones of the Mind, Body and Soul.
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