Magic Fundamentals 2-Day Intensive

Instructor: Naha Armády
Length of class: 12.5 hrs over 2 days, see schedule below
Prerequisite: none, but suggested to have completed LBRP training and Hermetic Qabalah lecture series
Recorded for absentees: Yes

The next Magic Fundamentals Intensive has not been scheduled at this time, but the recording is available for purchase here:

This transmission of magic from Teacher to student serves as the 22 Teachings prerequisite for new students.  If you already have some working knowledge of ritual and magic, you may also benefit from this deep dive into the essentials. In this 2-day intensive workshop students learn the symbols, definitions and wisdom to have a solid foundation for further coursework in the Western Mystery Tradition, specifically Tarot, Astrology, Qabalah, Ritual Magic, Developing Intuition, Crystals and stones, Talismanic Magic, Elemental Magic and Sacred Geometry.

Students will learn:
Ritual Intro, Prayer and Intention, Qualities of the Magus, Vibrations and Patterns of Energy, Parts of the Self, Clarity of truths and falsehoods about magic.
The Egregore
Zodiacal symbolism
Planetary symbolism
Elemental symbols
Sigils, signals and signs
Tree of Life and Qabalah fundamentals
Subtle Body basics

Also includes:

Rites of Purification and Consecration
Ceremony and ritual activations
Ritual of the Lantern
Powers of the Sphinx activation
Divine Panel Visualization
Magic Circle
Crystal programming
Resurrection Formula

Under the mentorship of Naha, students will further their initiatory process into the Western Mystery Tradition.


DAY 1:
2 hrs training
1 hour break
2 hrs training
2 hour break
2 hrs training

DAY 2:
2 hrs training
1 hr break
2.5 hrs training
1.5 hrs break
2 hrs training

Please note that you will need to sit, stand, lie down, and move throughout this process. You will need a journal and a stone.

This is a powerful activation which will include fast-paced information downloads, attunements and ceremony.

Students should prepare for this work by eating clean, getting enough rest and not consuming any drugs or alcohol for 3 days prior.

Students should have the ability to work free of undue distraction throughout the process.