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On Modern Necromancy and Demonology
On Modern Necromancy and Demonology

Wed, 13 Dec

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Online and Delayed Viewing

On Modern Necromancy and Demonology

Dr Alexander Cummins examines the history and traditions of black magic

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Time & Location

13 Dec 2023, 19:00 – 20:30

Online and Delayed Viewing

About The Event

In this lecture, we will not only examine the history and traditions of nigromantia – that medieval category of magic which included working with demons, the dead, and various other spirits deemed ‘unclean’ – but look to some modern expressions of these techniques, tools, and traditions in contemporary occult discourse and practice. This will include considering various aspects of ancestral veneration, working with the local dead of your area, and approaching various chthonic spirits and dead magicians as tutelary shades. It will also include examination of helpful operative components from a range of both pre-modern grimoires and traditional workings of British folk magic.

This lecture will provide attendees with advice and cautions on how to establish, maintain, and deepen spiritual alliances and relationships with assisting familiar spirits in your neighbourhood cemetery and your home; as well as offering means and methods to better identify and remediate spirit intrusions, maleficia, and unhelpful spiritual conditions.

Dr Alexander Cummins is a contemporary cunning-man and historian of magic. His magical specialties are the early modern grimoires, divination (especially geomancy) and the myriad folk necromancies of working with the dead. His published works include Nazarth: Pillars of Gladness (Hadean Press, 2022), The Art of Cyprian's Mirror of Four Kings (Hadean Press, 2021), An Excellent Booke of the Arte of Magicke (Scarlet Imprint, 2020) with Phil Legard, and A Book of the Magi (Revelore Press, 2018), as well as articles for both occult and academic publications.

Dr Cummins is a founding editor of the Folk Necromancy in Transmission series for Revelore Press, and a co-host of the podcast Radio Free Golgotha.

His work, classes, and services can be found at www.alexandercummins.com

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