Babylonian Myth & Magic


Book Details

Author  Joshua Free
Publisher  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date   April 27, 2011
ISBN  1461087872
Pages  130

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After spending nearly two decades in the underground, prolific writer and founder of the Mardukite Movement, Joshua Free, reflects on the core archaeological, anthropological and mystical points of Babylonian Myth & Magic in history and practice. This amazingly informative introduction to these topics not only provides evidence for the basis of a modern revival, but proves just how relevant the pursuit of these mysteries really are. Babylonian Myth & Magic is unparalleled in displaying the post-Sumerian mystery tradition of the ancient Babylonians, now accessibly comprehensible to any seeker for the first time in modern history. Revealed within are the very methods by which Babylon rose to power from seemingly prehistoric nothingness and how these very real systems born in the Ancient Near East are still with us today! This highly innovative work drives the emphasis home that memory of past and future are one, and uncovering the truth of yesterday will provide a stronger tomorrow! Released for the first time in print to the public, the complete unabridged annotated edition of Joshua Free’s original underground academic classic (also known as Liber 51) is supplemented with a powerful foreword by Sortileges, Mardukite Bishop-Patesi of Canada and illustrated by Jessica Brooks. Babylonian Myth & Magic also makes a perfect companion to the re-released Book of Marduk by Nabu!

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