The Reply of the Master Abammon
to the Letter of Porphyry to Anebo and the
Solutions to the Difficulties Raised
διδασκάλου πρὸς τὴς Πορφυρίου πρὸς Ἀνεβὼ
ἐπιστολὴν ἀπόκρισις καὶ τῶν ἐν αὐτῇ
ἀπορημάτων λύσεις - Abammônos didaskalou pros tês
Porphuriou pros Anebô epistolên apokrisis kai
tôn en autê aporêmatôn luseis) of the divine
Iamblichus. Known since the translation of
Marsilio Ficino as De Mysteriis (De
Mysteriis Aegyptiorum Chaldaeorum
Assyriorum) or simply On the
Mysteries in English.
- Logia Chaldaika)
of Julianus the
Theurgist, surviving in fragments as collected
by Patrizzi, Taylor, Cory, Des Places and
others along with the classic Byzantine
commentaries of Michael Psellus and Georgius
the Sacred Art of the Greeks (Περι της ἱερατικης τεχνης - Peri tês
hieratikês technês) of Proclus. Also known as De
Sacrificio et Magia from the Latin
version of Ficino.
Liturgy from the famed magical
codex, Papyrus 574 kept in the Bibliothèque
Nationale de France. This work is considered
by most scholars of late Platonic hieratic
praxis (Shaw, Majercik etc) to be illustrative
of the types of practices that would have been
familiar to the divine Iamblichus and other
practitioners of Theurgy.
Your Own Daimon The sole rite to
have come down to us from antiquity concerning
the invocation of ones personal guardian
of a Greco-Egyptian Work Upon Magic
by Charles Wycliffe Goodwin. Used by
members of the Hermetic Order of the Golden
Dawn to create the famous "Bornless Rite".
Magicae edited by Karl Preisendanz Volume One and Volume Two. Complete
Greek text of the PGM scanned from the
original edition now in PDF.
The Stele of Jeu
The rite that is the basis of the famous
Liber Samekh of Aleister Crowley and The
Bornless Rite of the Golden Dawn.
or On Happiness (Προκλος ἤ περι εὐδαιμονιας
ê Peri Eudaimonias) by Marinus of
Samaria is the main source of our
knowledge of the life of Proclus and contains
many valuable references to his personal
spiritual practice and Theurgic accomplishments.
Seven Hymns of
Proclus. Hymns to Helios, Aphrodite, the
Muses, All the Gods, the Lycian Aphrodite,
Hekate and Janus, and Athena. Text in Greek
with Roman transliteration.
Orphic Hymns Complete Complete text in Greek.
History of the Chaldaick