Learn to conjure spirits in this 5 week interactive course on the 1559 Heptameron. This course will begin by looking at the ritual on paper, what is needed for it, how to prepare for it, what is required of it and more. As the course continues we’ll talk toward more applicable points made by its predecessor, the Elucidarium Necromantiea, we’ll address who the spirits are and how to interact with them, common misconceptions of the ritual and how to avoid snares that can lead to failure. As the class comes to a completion you will be given a ritual handout which will give you step by step instructions that you can actually use during the ritual. You’ll be positioned to succeed with knowledge and resources to do your own Heptameron working. This course is packed with detail and nuances suitable for both the novice looking to do their first authentic ritual as well as the experienced looking to advance their knowledge in the art of this late-medieval masterpiece.
Each class is presented in video for watching and audio for listening on the go. Chats are also provided so you can see, hear and follow along each class. Purchase of this class gets you an invite into a private facebook group where other students interact with myself and others for ongoing guidance on the practice and implementation of this maniacal system. This private group does require a facebook account to participate.
Class I: Understanding the historical context of the Heptameron and Elucidarium. 2 hours
Class II: Understanding the spirits of the Heptameron and Elucidarium. 2 hours, 34 minutes
Class III: Ritual walkthrough and commentary, celestial portion. 2 hours, 6 minutes
Class IV: Ritual walkthrough and commentary, spirit portion. 2 hours, 13 minutes
Class V: Ritual overview, questions and probing, review provided ritual template for performance. 1 hour, 58 minutes.
Total 10 hours and 51 minutes.
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