Climbing the Tree of Life – A Weekend of Ceremonial Magick

Held over the weekend of 29 and 30 August 2020.

The Qabalah (also spelt Kabalah or Cabala) is a part of ancient Jewish mystical tradition. Coming from the Hebrew root word QBL meaning “to receive”, it is usually taken to refer to the traditional custom where knowledge was passed orally.

Oral tradition states that the Qabalah was first taught to the archangels by God, who then passed the teachings on to Adam. This “secret doctrine” was considered so profound in nature that it was held apart from the main body of Hebrew teaching and therefore communicated to a few who were believed to be able to understand the essence of the teachings.

Over the weekend of 29 and 30 August 2020, you will be exploring what is referred to a the “mystical qabalah”, and in particular the Tree of Life, the central glyph found within ceremonial magick.

By focusing on both theory as well as practical, you will be provided a background to the use of the Qabalah within ceremonial magick, the various rituals and techniques, as well as explaining various concepts and uses of the Tree of Life glyph. Through the process of meditation and ritual, you will be making your own representations of each sephirah.

During the weekend you will also be trained in various other rituals that are central to ceremonial magick, including the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram (as used by the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and now a mainstay in modern occultism) as well as the Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram.

Strictly Limited Places Available. Full payment must be received by 10 August 2020.

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Cost: $200 (included study manual) – Payment plans available.

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