This is a large thesis on the subject, which covers everything from getting started to using Lucid Dreams for magical and other advanced projects. In addition, the following blog posts are also relevant to the subject:
- Lucid Dreaming: a short paper.
- How to use Dreams to improve learning
- Whatever is Lucid Dreamed on this night, will come to pass: a very short blog post, but statistically a very popular one every year on the Summer Solstice (June 21st)
- Inception: An Initiated Review
- Translucid Dreaming
- Lucid Dreams and Nightmares
Whilst these ones indirectly reference Lucid Dreaming:
- The Vision of the Holy Guardian Angel (article);
- Planetary Invocations #4: The Moon
- Meteor Shower Tonight: A Spell; see also
- Out of Body Experiences
- Fiction Is Stranger Than Truth
My YouTube Video tutorial on the subject:
Print these out and make your own set!
Added January 2011. A new theory of the Tattvas, based on some of the more obscure teachings of Theosophy, which the author alleges was intended to form part of the Higher teachings of the Golden Dawn.
- John Dee – A Timeline
- The NOALMR Working
- The Great Cross of Water
- EHNB – The Tablet of Union
- Cosmic Alchemy – added January 2011.
- Liber 419: “Aleister Who?” – An exploration of the Thirty Aethyrs.
- Tabula Bonorum Angelorum Invocationes:
My YouTube series on the Enochian Keys:
I.e. of a magickal nature.
Angel Magick has long played an important part in the Western Mystery Tradition: however, its significance has changed and evolved over time. In this article I give an overview of Angelic Invocations and examine the work of three different people from three different periods, to show what each contributed to the subject. Published in the Spring 2006 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.
In which I tell of my experiments with the “Prima” or the Alchemical work in Herbs: contains some discussion on the theory of Practical Laboratory Alchemy, and why Alchemy is inherently difficult if you do not have a proper Lab set-up. Published in the Autumn 2005 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.
The same article in Norwegian.
There is a long tradition of Healing in Hermeticism, which is intimately linked to Astrology and the Qabalah. In this article I argue that true Hermetic healing is superior in many respects to what is commonly known as “modern medicine” – and demonstrate how the modern Hermeticist may access the healing art in a practical manner. Published in the Spring 2005 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.
A reference tool: the numerical value of Greek words. Published in the Autumn 2004 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.
An analysis of the famous Bornless Ritual, aka the Preliminary Invocation of the Goetia, published in the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition. Should be read in conjunction with the above article on Isopsephos.
Book review, published in the Spring 2004 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.
98kb. Extracts from the diary of A E Waite, OCR’d and converted to Adobe Acrobat by yours truly. Reveals some of the relations between the various personalities involved in the Golden Dawn, written some time after the break-up of the original Order. Contains much speculation on the nature of the mysterious Third Order. Somewhat biased against Macgregor Mathers: Waite never spoke to him to get his side of the story. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.
This is an article I have written for the Autumn 2003 edition of the JWMT, on a subject close to a lot of occultists’ hearts. Whether they would like to admit it or not.
An article I have written for the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, with the help of the members of the MSN Community, Pathworking Symposium.
The same article in Spanish.
I wrote this for the Spring 2002 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition. It describes some workings I did during 2001. This essay is also reproduced at Sigil Garden.
I also wrote this for the Spring 2002 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition. In “A Rosicrucian Notebook” Schrodter collects together data concerning the myths and legends surrounding the Fraternity.
This is an article I wrote for the Spring 2001 edition of the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition.