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Who Was Franz Bardon?

While realizing there are no supernatural beings or miracles, the student learns how everything is possible through the appropriate spiritual laws and powers. Bardon’s second published work, The Practice of Magical Evocation, is a remarkable and unique work of nearly pages.

The first two works, addressing the first two tarots, are pre-requisite to understanding and making use of the third work. Franz Bardon — was a Czech stage magician and teacher of Hermetics. Barret, Francis, The MagusLondonoffers information on “classical” demonology. Therefore knowledge is mere philosophy, which by itself alone can make a man neither a magician nor a Quabbalist.

The dates given after the titles are the years of first English publication. Similar observations apply to students whose magickal work revolves around the use of intoxicants and narcotics.

However, some sources indicate that he was actually a member of the Fraternity of Saturn, an important occult lodge which flourished in Germany in the early part of the 20th Century. Preparation of the Student A pillar of Bardon’s method is the point that the magician must be balanced in the Elements that make up his own being.

During the ascent of the Nazi party, they closed or persecuted all Masonic, religious and occult organizations.

Le chemin de la véritable initiation magique by Franz Bardon

Therefore, anyone not sufficiently prepared for this step is herewith warned in time. Bardon’s Life and Work Bardon did not appear to be trying to create a legend about himself. In any case, Bardon’s production after this point declined rapidly. He is best known for his three volumes on Hermetic magic: Finally, as many teachers say, the student must keep a complete and accurate record. Students of his, such as William Mistele and Rawn Clark consider him to have written the best training programs of any magician of the 20th century.


He gives fairly detailed instructions for making, charging and using these “condensers. Open Preview See a Problem?

Goutte Pluie rated it it was amazing Sep 14, Through the negligence of one of Bardon’s disciples who had not destroyed their correspondence as Bardon had ordered the Nazis arrested and imprisoned them both in late or early Bardon himself says that it is After a point, the engine will either wear out quickly or fail if you attempt to make it perform beyond its limits.

Since the magician is to have control over all the Elemental worlds, he must not be unbalanced or have any obsessions that would impede his effectiveness, or allow weak spots that could cause his undoing. He mentions, for example, kylichors magickal diagramsand tum-mo the ability of Tibetan adepts to stay warm in freezing weather. Lux Celestis rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Bardon postulates an energetic model of the universe modified from Far Eastern theories, including Taoism and Hindu cosmology.

Each book follows a roughly similar pattern: Bardon did not appear to be trying to create a legend about himself. Who Was Franz Bardon? The easiest way is to dissolve a gram of soluble gold chloride in 20 grams of distilled water. 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.

This step consists of a graduated series of exercises to prepare the student for physical and astral levitation and astral travel, as a prelude to communication with astral beings. He also discusses magick animation of pictures and statues.

The English title would read “Memories of Franz Bardon. Edred ThorssonThe Fraternity of Saturn It is sometimes a challenge to penetrate the mediocre translations of his works, but with supplementary magickal study things do become clear. Reading and understanding them is a challenge, as they have been translated from German-and possibly from Czechoslovakian before that-into non-idiomatic English.

Who was Franz Bardon ?

An analogy would maigque an auto engine: This book is much more ceremonially oriented than the first, which requires a minimum of apparatus.


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. If magick is a skill like flying, then the student cannot neglect the study of airplanes, weather, safety, avionics and so forth, without serious difficulties in the future. Bardon’s “od” or “odyle” energy, which Baron Karl von Reichenbach originally developed in the mid’s.

Le chemin de la véritable initiation magique

His “electric” and “magnetic” fluids compliment each other in the same way that Yin and Yang do. Most of the works listed below have been reprinted in various formats, some many times. And though this probably reflects my personal biasesit seems that Bardon’s reticence and cautionary tone concerning sexual magick is initiattion much more reasonable attitude than Crowley’s, especially for beginners.

Bardon’s Unique Qabalistic System After the second book, the coherence and organization of Bardon’s work deteriorates noticeably. Bardon gives formulas for accessories such as initoation eye-baths and ear-plugs to aid in development of supersensory perception.

Part I thoroughly establishes the theory underlying magic and dispels any misconceptions. I can’t resist comparing this to a much more famous magician of this century who wrote voluminously about his own life and adventures, and had no qualms about glorifying himself in so doing.

He appeared to be patient, devout, non-judgmental and earnest. After regaining his freedom, Bardon recommenced his occult work magiue healing. This step entails intense magiqje on and visualization of increasingly more complex objects, and “inhaling” the Elements into the body. Bardon wraps up with a discussion of several occult topics such as exteriorization, levitation, production of natural phenomena, suggestion, hypnosis, psychometry and long distance impregnation of rooms.

His Sources Before describing some of Bardon’s theories, it is good to keep in mind that many of the words he uses have different meanings in a mundane context and even in other occult systems.