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The Key to the Key (and the Goetia)
The tradition of ceremonial magick holds that the Key of Solomon and the Goetia (the Lesser Key) recount a viable method for evoking spirits, through the use of conjurations, symbols (talismans or pentacles), prayers and action, under the auspices of the...
Mystic Sciences >> Magick
Samhain: Summonings, Conjurations, Invocations - Why Bother?
With the approach of Samhain, Halloween, All Soul's Day, and "the Day of the Dead" (all related festivals), I've heard several folks declare that they are going to ignore the main focus of the party. They aren't going to bother the spirits, but...
Religions >> Christianity & Paganism
A Solstice Spell To Consecrate
This is a chant derived from very early Syrian Christians and reworked to be a consecration and charging chant for a jar of honey that I use as a prime ingredient some of my medicines. An Evocation of the Sun to empower a substance (in this case a jar of...
Religions >> Christianity & Paganism
Nathor
This Goddess replica is a composite of several images found scattered from Libya to Egypt Dated in the predynastic period BCE, they also appear on cave wall paintings from Paleolithic Algeria. The culture that produced Her was a sophisticated group of people...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
Chaos Magick
...all Nature was all Chaos, The rounded body of all things in one, The living elements at war with lifelessness... The Metamorphosis, Ovid Chaos magick is the fruit of Austin Osman Spare and Peter Carroll's rebellion against the traditional magickal systems...
Mystic Sciences >> Magick

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Aspects of Evocation - Phil Hine
concerned the evocation of Servitors (lit: a person who serves another), prompted by a ... evocation of spirits, beginning with the Lesser Key of Solomon the King.
EVOCATION AND REFLECTION IN THE READING TRANSACTION
readers in their use of personal evocations and reflections in the reading ... The study focuses on two questions: (a) What is the role of personal evocation in.
Evocation - Evil Hat Productions
Evocation. Dresden Files Role Playing Game (FATE). Overview.
Spiritual Evocation - CASAA - The University of New Mexico
Jun 20, 2004 Spiritual Evocation. Guidelines for Spiritual Direction in Drug Abuse Treatment. William R.
Magical Evocation - Sacred Magick
By Franz Bardon (Extracted from “The Practice of Magical Evocation”). Converted to Adobe format by www.sacred-magick.

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Jane Asher and admirable young cast can't save a not so Great Expectations
Bailey's production is hostage to a revolving wooden design (by Mike Britton) which looks imposing – with its hulking evocation of a convict-carrying ship – but allows far too many back-stage crew sounds to compete for our attention.
Short-story master Rick Bass spins elegiac yet hopeful yarns
One of the hallmarks — perhaps even the chief characteristic of Bass's writing — is his evocation of the outdoors and the way humans within it bear witness to death and life, to cruelty and grace.
What We've Been Reading—3.11.16
Throughout the book, the heroes' victories are not ones of domination but of charity (as when they play Androcles to the lion of a wounded sentient car). The book's evocation of New York City was quite charming to me.
'Zootopia' is Ambitious, Beautiful And A Little Too Muddled
It's why I bring up the introduction of crack-cocaine; it's a major evocation of the film, and I think a brave and intelligent allusion for a film like Zootopia to make. Alas, it is in ambition that we can also bring criticism.
An intellectually empty 'Knight of Cups'

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Evocation | Definition of Evocation by Merriam-Webster
Define evocation: the act of bringing something into the mind or memory : the act of evoking something—evocation in a sentence.
Evocation | Define Evocation at Dictionary.com
Evocation definition, an act or instance of evoking; a calling forth: the evocation of old memories. See more.
evocation - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
Does the taste of a particular candy bar suddenly whisk you back to an earlier time in your life? That's an evocation, the summoning, usually unconscious, of a ...
evocation definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary
Define evocation and get synonyms. What is evocation? evocation meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.
Evocation - definition of evocation by The Free Dictionary
Creation anew through the power of the memory or imagination. ev′o·ca′tor n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

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