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Information about various religions:
(Golden Dawn, Thelema, Chaos Magic etc.)
- Ceremonial magick(k) - general
- Non-Jewish Kabbalah
- Renaissance-era European occultism
- Enochian (John Dee)
- Golden Dawn (and related)
- Thelema (Aleister Crowley)
- Franz Bardon
- Chaos Magic
- The Necronomicon
If you know of any other good relevant websites besides those listed below, please let me know, and please let me know whether you want to be acknowledged publicly for your help.
- Ceremonial magic(k) - general
- The Magical Vault on Magic Reflection
- Real Magick and Occult Archives - good intro to the techniques of ceremonial magic(k)
- The Hermetic Library
- Hermetica list of links by DragonHart
- Hermeticism on Kheper
See also the section on Hermeticism, alchemy, and related traditions on my Gnosticism page.
Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) as used by most kinds of (mostly non-Jewish) ceremonial magic(k)ians:
- An easy-to-read introduction to Cabbala on Magic Reflection
- Hermetic Kabbalah home page by Colin Low, including a massive Kabbalah Links Page
- Kabbalistic Dictionary on The Golden Dawn Sanctuary
- The Kabbalah on Kheper
- More later.
See also the section on Jewish Kabbalah on my Judaism page.
Renaissance-era European occultism
- Twilit Grotto: Archives of Western Esoterica
- Rosicrucian Texts on the Internet Sacred Texts Archive
- Grimoires on the Internet Sacred Texts Archive
- More later.
Enochian (John Dee)
- Dee, John in Encyclopedia Mystica
- John Dee biography in the Catalog of the Scientific Community in the 16th and 17th Centuries on the Galileo Project website at Rice University
- The John Dee Society
- John Dee Publication Project
- The Calls of Enoch and Enochian Magic on the Internet Sacred Texts Archive
- Enochian linguistice (main page here)
- Callisto Radiant's syllabic parsing of Angelic
- The Enochian World of Benjamin Rowe
- Norton's Imperium
Golden Dawn (and related)
- The Magic of the Golden Dawn
- Sanctum Sanctorum
- Golden Dawn Resources on the website of The Hermetic Fellowship
- Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
- Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a page by a Florida Golden Dawn group
- Mountain Temple and Order of the Golden Dawn, a Golden Dawn group based in Arizona
- On the Internet Sacred Texts Archive:
- The Golden Dawn Library Project
- The Golden Dawn on Hermeticism
- More later, probably.
Thelema (Aleister Crowley)
- Introduction to Crowley and Why Crowley Doesn't Suck by Tim Maroney
- Thelema on Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
- Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) - U.S. Grand Lodge
- Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) International Headquarters
- OTO Australia
- Thelema Texts on the Internet Sacred Texts Archive
- Thelema on Magic Reflection
- Thelemic Knowlege Library
- "Who Was Franz Bardon?" by Tim Scott: one copy in Jeff Morton's collection of files on Magick and the Occult, and another copy on spirituality section on African World
- A Bardon companion
- Basic training in the Franz Bardon system on Franz Bardon Hermetics, Fairy Tales, and Transpersonal Psychology
Although not specifically Satanic, Chaotes generally do tend to classify themselves as "Left-Hand Path."
- Chaos Magic on Spiral Nature
- alt.magick KAOS REFerence file by Tyagi Nagasiva
- Chaos Never Died on kaaos.org
- KiaMagic.com, including KIA - Kaotic Illuminated Adepts and Jaq D Hawkins
- a5e (Phil Hine)
- Chaos Matrix
- Psychonomicon: Occult Library and Links
- Chaos Magic on the Internet Sacred Texts Archive
- Online copies of four books by Austin Osman Spare, in The Stacks on The Anunnaki Project site
Although the Necronomicon itself is fictional, Necronomicon themes have been used in ritual by both Chaotes and LaVey Satanists, both of whose theories of magic(k) explicitly allow the use of totally imaginary mythologies for their psychological value.
- Kendrick Kerwin Chua's Necronomicon FAQ
- In the Esoteric and Occult section of the Internet Sacred Texts Archive:
- "Disclaimer: the Necronomicon has no historical validity whatsoever and is included here only for entertainment purposes. The Necronomicon is an imaginary book. It is described by the American fantasy writer H.P. Lovecraft as written by Abdul Alhazred, 'a mad Arab poet of the Yemen', in 950 A.D. in Damascus. Two completely different versions of this text (both with dubious copyright status) have appeared on the Internet."
- Ken Ottinger version
- "The Coroner" version
- The Dan Clore Necronomicon Page - "Everything You Never Wanted To Know About The Necronomicon (Al Azif) Of The Mad Arab Abdul Alhazred But Weren't Afraid Enough To Know Better Than To Ask!"
- Cthulhu/Necronomicon on Chaos Matrix