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Nosorog, a je kje varianta, da se jo dobi kaj ceneje? Community Forum Software by IP. Franz Bardon Avtor teme: Kabalist , 8. Bardon je razvil precej samosvoj sistem zahodnega okultizma. Imam njegovo knjigo v obdelavi. You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline. It helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer. Frank Zappa. Ampak unmu tipu iz Alan Forda, k je bil tak mlakonja, da se nikakor ni znal ubit, probal pa je tud z intenzivnim kajenjem, ni segel niti do kolen.

Variety is the spice of life. Kdo lahko spremeni svet? No nazaj na temo Franz Bardon. Poznam kar nekaj ljudi, ki jim lepo uspeva. December 1, — July 10, Born in Opava in Czech Republic. Bardon was both a stage magician and student and teacher of Hermetics. Bardon was rescued by Russian soldiers who raided the camp. Bardon continued his work in the fields of Hermetics until when he was arrested and imprisoned in Brno Czechoslovakia. Bardon died in after consuming bacon which caused his death of pancreatitis.

Additionally there was a fourth work attributed to him by the title of Frabato the Magician, supposed to be a disguised autobiography. Though the book lists its author as Bardon, it was actually written by his secretary, Otti Votavova. While some elements of the story are factual, the majority of the book was written as an Occult Novel with much embellishment on the part of Votavova.

Many consider him to have written the best training programs of any magician of the 20th century. They were written with the intention of allowing students who wished to practice magic the means to do so if they could not study under a teacher which Bardon recommended if possible. These four elements make up the sum of all forces and processes in each of the three worlds. Bardon also posited "electric" and "magnetic" forces, which are used more as terms for the universal active and passive forces, respectively.

These are expressed in the positive and negative aspects of the four elements. Air and earth are both considered pseudo-elements as they arise only out of the interaction of fire and water this view is probably a variation of the cosmology of the Sepher Yetzirah. The three worlds or "planes" are as follows: the mental plane is the highest reality, save for the undivided akasha, and is the true and eternal ego. Where the akasha is in a sense the world of ideas, it is the mental plane that sets these ideas in motion.

The astral plane is the next one down and contains the archetypes of the physical world and to some extent the vital energy behind it; the physical world is the lowest of the planes and requires little explanation. Each of these worlds forms a matrix for the world below it.

Since humans also have three bodies corresponding to their presence in each of the three worlds, severing the link between any two of these bodies will cause the dissolution of the lower forms or death.

Such things as astral projection are still possible as they only involve loosening the hold between the bodies. Humans are considered to be special because they alone are "tetrapolar", or inherently containing all four elements. This concept is the basis of much of Bardon's training, which requires developing deficiencies and coming to a proper tetrapolar balance -- only then could the initiate progress spiritually.

Bardon repeatedly emphasizes that the initiate can only develop an understanding of himself and his universe within the scope of their awareness and spiritual maturity.

Thus the more balanced, more evolved student has access to a more comprehensive reality and more magical power. These exercises lead to the development of body, soul and spirit. The result of the practical exercises is the development of occult abilities which can be of benefit to the student, in as far as he can change his existence for the better. In magical terms, the book is a practical guide to the proper evocation of and communication with spiritual, magical and divine entities.

It is perhaps the only truly significant modern study of direct contact with the universal teachers -- the other major works in the field are products of the Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation periods. But beyond that, there is a fascinating glimpse into a complete magical universe. Bardon outlines a totally new and original hierarchy of magic, from the spirits of the four elements to those of the various planets, and even to each degree of the zodiac. Included with the names and descriptions of the various entities are a collection of previously unknown magical sigils, as well as a true account of ancient astrology.

The Key to the True Kabbalah In The Key to the True Kabbalah, Franz Bardon demonstrates that mysticism of letters and numbers -- the true Kabbalah -- is a universal teaching of great antiquity and depth. Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah.

This book, the third in Bardon's remarkable texts of Hermetic magic, is nothing less than a practical guide to such attainment. This book was supposed to have concerned the fourth leaf or trump card of the Tarot the Emperor.

To our great loss, there remains no complete transcript of the work, but was does remain, is very intriguing. Frabato the Magician Though cast in the form of a novel, Frabato the Magician is in fact the spiritual autobiography of Franz Bardon, one of the 20th century's greatest Hermetic adepts.

Frabato was the author's stage name during his career as a performing magician, and it is Frabato who occupies center stage in the novel as well. Set in Dresden, Germany, in the early s, the story chronicles Frabato's magical battles with the members of a powerful and dangerous black lodge, his escape from Germany during the final desperate days of the Weimar Republic, and the beginning of the spiritual mission which was to culminate in Franz Bardon's classic books on Hermetic magic.

More than an occult novel, Frabato the Magician is itself a work of magic which illuminates Bardon's other books as well as providing a revealing look into the dark occult forces which lay behind the rise of the Third Reich. The program further subdivides each step into three areas -- Mental, Astral, and Physical -- with the intent of developing all areas of the self simultaneously and in a balanced way.

This is to ensure that the student maintain a balance of the three bodies, which accelerates progress in the long run and minimizes injury to oneself in the process of growth. Mental exercises begin with simple observation of the mental contents and progress from there, with each subsequent exercise building on the previous.

The Astral exercises focus on systematically cataloguing the positive and negative aspects of the self and, later, transforming and purifying the negative aspects into positive.

The Physical exercises stress physical health and development as well as the integration and use of the physical body and physical environment into magical techniques such as rituals. In essence, the magician creates an environment hospitable to the entity in the temple or other medium of contact.

They then enter a trance, projecting their consciousness into the sphere of the entity in question, and call it back. Bardon emphasized two points about doing this sort of thing: first, that one must complete the necessary prerequisites of the training program or no success was possible; secondly, that the magician must call the spirit back under their "divine authority", not as a peer, otherwise they are liable to be manipulated by the entity.

However they overlook that the first two works, that cover the first two tarots, is a pre-requisite to understanding and making use of the third work. Bardon himself says that it is "quite up to the reader to study my books merely theoretically. In doing so, he will acquire a knowledge which he would not ba able get from any philosophical book.

But knowledge is not yet wisdom. Knowledge depends on the development of the intellectual features of the spirit; wisdom, on the other side, necessitates the equable development of all four aspects of the spirit. Therefore knowledge is mere philosophy, which by itself alone can make a man neither a magician nor a Quabbalist.

A learned man will be able to say a lot about magic, Quaballah, etc. With these few words I have explained to the reader the difference between the philosopher and the sage" [The Key to The True Kaballah, Franz Bardon, copyright , pages ] The idea is that the True Kabbalah is not a mantic art, as some perceptions of it primarily relating to gematria suggest, but a method of empowering the letters of the alphabet to create magickal effects through their combination.

Bardon links this to the Tantra of the east, but the basis of this comparison is not quite clear. Like his second book on evocation, the student must finish at least the first 8 steps of IIH to get any valid results or have equivalent training in a different system and avoid damage to the psyche which " Bardon expands on this real possibility with the following advice " For in practice he would get into contact with various powers which he would not be able to control and thus he would be in danger of ruining his health.

Therefore, anyone not sufficiently prepared for this step is herewith warned in time. Thousands of years this secret has been guarded. A look at the time at which Bardon lived suggests that this is a somewhat baseless claim as Aleister Crowley published Liber ABA in , about forty years before Bardon's books, and it contained comparable, if not greater, amounts of information and practical material, though perhaps more cryptic in form.

This discrepancy can, however, be attributed to the different languages in which they wrote and the lack of available translations of certain material in Bardon's area. From another point of view, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn system of Magic is claimed to be different in goal, fundaments and practice from pure Hermetics Initiation by several students of Franz Bardon's work. Trenutno je niti nimam doma, saj sem jo posodil enmu tipu, ki na sociologiji dela doktorat iz magije.

Lajf v veliki meri temelji na komunikaciji. Zatem sledi nadzor sanj, zavest o sanjanju. Ampak pri tem je treba biti zelo previden. Ej, kabalist, Zanima me kaj vec stvari iz tvojega zornega kota, v zvezi astralne projekcije.

Kako je kaj z izkusnjami, priporocila razen kar ze vemo :delo delo delo? Mail : astralvpraksi yahoo. V okultnih zadevah nisem bil nikoli globoko, poznam pa "tiste" ki so zelo IN. Registriraj se zdaj! Pozabljeno geslo?



Franz Bardon 1 December — 10 July was a Czech occultist and student and teacher of Hermetics. He was born in Troppau Opava , Austrian Silesia. Bardon was rescued by Soviet soldiers who raided the camp. Bardon continued his work in the fields of Hermetics until when he was arrested and imprisoned in Brno , Czechoslovakia.

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Franz Bardon was born on December 1, , in. Katherein, near Opava in the present-day Czech Republic. He died on July 10, , in Brno, also in the. Franz Bardon- IIH. For the night has been unkind. Vidjao sam slike njegovih elementarnih oruzja po nekim knjiga izgledaju prelepo uradjeno. Franz Bardon Andrej Grabnar.


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