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Saturday, 5 July 2014

Jews in Magic: Abramelin The Mage

For a period of about 6 months I had began investigating "occult" websites, reading magical grimoires, buying magic books, investigating occult societies and doing research into the use of "holy oil" of Abramelin the mage.

All of this research was to be cut short by being placed on a "targeted individual" programme. Death threats from Jews, the Golden Dawn magical society, the police and the Jesuits came beaming into my home. They almost successfully tried to kill me off three times if not more. The voices were being beamed from either a "laser beam" which is still on me, or voices carried via radio waves from cell towers.

Obviously there must be some sinister information out there to go to the lengths of trying to kill me off. God intervened even when the powers tried to put me into a psychiatric hospital, even involving my local member of Parliament. They tried to shut me up in a mental home. But it would prove a useful vice to do some research into psychiatric patients, radio waves and laser beams. Since then, the conspirators, don't bother to get me into a mental home.

One of the interesting aspects of the occult is this. The Jews are involved in the occult. Grimoires are written in Hebrew and many magical manuscripts are available written by Jews. If they deny such allegations against them, ask them about the book of Abramelin the Mage.

Abramelin the Mage was a Jew who believed in using holy oil from Exodus 30 to help contact the Guardian Angel who would help empower the individual to obtain magical powers using sacred numbers in squares. Actually one of the ingredients of the holy oil is "cannabis" from the Hebrew, "Kaneh Bosem" which is in the original text deliberately mistranslated.

Witches use and make up "Abramelin" oil along with a host of others including those connected with A. Crowley.

About Abramelin:

From Wikipedia:

The Book of Abramelin tells the story of an Egyptian mage named Abramelin, or Abra-Melin, who taught a system of magic to Abraham of Worms, a German Jew presumed to have lived from c.1362–c.1458. The system of magic from this book regained popularity in the 19th and 20th centuries due to the efforts of Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers' translation, The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, its import within the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and later within the mystical system of Thelema (created in 1904 by Aleister Crowley).

Unfortunately, Mathers used the least-reliable manuscript copy as the basis for his translation, and it contains many errors and omissions. The later English translation by Georg Dehn and Steven Guth, based on the earliest and most complete sources, is more scholarly and comprehensive. Dehn attributed authorship of The Book of Abramelin to Rabbi Yaakov Moelin (Hebrew יעקב בן משה מולין; ca. 1365–1427), a German Jewish Talmudist. This identification has since been disputed.[1]

Copies of this book can be downloaded free at

Whilst most Jews do not practice magic. There is an element in Jewry whether you call them "apostates" or not that prefer to dabble in the "dark arts". Although this book in fairness claims to be Holy righteous magic. Characters such as Lucifer and Beelzebub can be summoned up with this book. But do not hold your breath the magical numbers are incomplete and occult sources indicate the numbers are deliberately wrong in any case.

You don't think they want the average plebs like us getting hold of power do you?

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