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promethee
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I'm looking for "magickal incantations" that sound like old language (aramaic...). Real language would be good, but fake is ok, as long as the sound seems real.

Any idea where I can find this kind of stuff ?
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Israel Regardie, THE GOLDEN DAWN
Israel Regardie, THE GOLDEN DAWN SYSTEM OF MAGIC
Gerald J. Schueler, ENOCHIAN MAGIC
Gerald J. Schueler, AN ADVANCED GUIDE TO ENOCHIAN MAGIC
Israel Regardie, CEREMONIAL MAGIC
Pat Zalewski, GOLDEN DAWN ENOCHIAN MAGIC
Francis King, THE TECHNIQUES OF HIGH MAGIC

for starters.
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I take it you're only learning few phrases and not learning the whole language.

Why not try language from LOTR and edit some to suit your tongue? That should be quite unique then.

You wouldn't want to speak the "magickal" incantations and someone correct your pronunciation. Smile

That wouldn't be any magickal anymore?

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Even LaVey's SATANIC BIBLE gives the Enochian keys (with strange translations), but Enochian has its own rules for pronunciation. I doubt, however, it you would ever be called on the pronunciation.

(Maybe you wouldn't want to pronounce things correctly, anyway. Smile )

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Thanks for the answers, there are some ideas I should use.

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On 2007-08-06 10:17, Ed Mauve wrote:
You wouldn't want to speak the "magickal" incantations and someone correct your pronunciation. Smile

That would be funny Smile
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Why not get a tape of either some Hebrew or some Arabic. I understand that the Ethiopian Church language Giz is very similar to Aramaic, you could probably find some tapes of it being chanted in the Ethiopian Church.
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On 2007-08-06 12:14, Bill Ligon wrote:
Even LaVey's SATANIC BIBLE gives the Enochian keys (with strange translations), but Enochian has its own rules for pronunciation. I doubt, however, it you would ever be called on the pronunciation.

(Maybe you wouldn't want to pronounce things correctly, anyway. Smile )

Bill


Whoa! That would be interesting to learn for evocation magick.
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Personally I like,"Izzy Wizzy, Let's Get Busy!"
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Did you invent that one yourself, Leslie ? Smile
BTW, too bad that you stopped publishing your excellent newsletter. I really liked it.
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"Izzy Wizzy, Let's Get Busy!" is very well known in the U.K.

For over forty years, a popular televised children's puppet show, which featured a black eared, glove puppet Bear called 'Sooty'. This was his magic spell and children in the U.K. are all familiar with the incantation. His creator, Harry Corbett, died some years ago and his son carried the show for a while. Several other performers have since taken over the franchise and 'The Sooty Show', although not now seen on T.V. is still touring around the country, bringing magic and fun to yet another generation of children.

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Yes, that's the one I meant ! I thought it was very good !
And... you say TWO books ? I know about "magictales", but what's the other one ? I already look forward to it Smile
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In all seriousness, Magic Words: A Dictionary by Craig Conley is an engrossing resource.
http://www.mysteryarts.com/magic/

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You could always take up Latin ..
There's a little debate on pronunication (mostly due to two kinds of Latin, classical and "church" latin), so that gives you some leeway too.

Just remember to "undo" the "Great vowel shift" that occurred sometime around 1100 AD:

Long A sounds like "Ah"
Long E sounds like long A (Ay - as in day, hey
Long I sounds like long E (Tree, MachIne )
AE (diphthong) sounds like long I (Pie, High)
O and U remained the same though.
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Very cool, Neil. Thanks!

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On 2007-08-07 11:40, Neil Tobin wrote:
In all seriousness, Magic Words: A Dictionary by Craig Conley is an engrossing resource.
http://www.mysteryarts.com/magic/

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I second this website, I found craigs books to be highly inspirational and along the same thoughts as myself... Definatly worth reading through...
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The Necronomicon is full of wonderfully strange language! Just don't conjure up any elder gods...
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I had forgotten about that site, Neil. Thanks for reminding !
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Can anyone provide a review on the book Magic Words: A Dictionary by Craig Conley?

and maybe Magic Archetypes, The Skeleton Key of Solomon by Craig Conley also?

or anything about the author academic profile? From the description of all the books, it seems to cover a huge area for each Title.

Is the books for entertainment usage only (like stories in Magic books based on but not real accounts etc) or the materials are all researched and can be accounted for it's authenticity.

Thank you. Smile

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