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<b>VOUDON GNOSTIC WORKBOOK</b>

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VOUDON GNOSTIC WORKBOOK

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Expanded Edition - Convergence of Gnosticism & Haitian VooDoo


This is a long-awaited new edition of the seminal text on the spiritual system that is a convergence of Gnosticism and Haitian VooDoo, The Voudon Gnostic Workbook is a singular sacred work that is comprehensive in scope--from "how to be a lucky HooDoo" to how Magick and VooDoo intersect energetically, to esoteric time travel.
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Michael Bertiaux
From the editor: The Voudon Gnostic Workbook is complete with charts and graphs and instructive interdimensional physics, it is an "object of desire" among students of the occult.

The Voudon Gnostic Workbook has remained a controversial book considered important for masters of metaphysics --launched out of classes for students and followers of Voudon Gnosticism and the OTO, this seminal text is at once one of the most mysterious and magnificent of all esoteric books.

It derives from the Dahomean Gods called the "Loa." Esoteric voodoo is actually a highly practical procedure for leading us into making contact with the deepest levels of our being and most ancient modes of consciousness. Michael Bertiaux's Voudon Gnostic Workbook is the most comprehensive and illuminating book on the subject.

Pages: 619
Special Interest: Occult, VooDoo, Secret Orders & Societies, Forbidden Books, Magick, Ritual, Sorcery, Santeria, Bibliophiles.

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