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Published .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL8705149M
ISBN 101885972040
ISBN 109781885972040
OCLC/WorldCa76876763

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  Carnal Alchemy: A Sado-Magical Exploration of Pleasure, Pain and Self-Transformation by Dawn, Crystal and Flowers, Stephen Reviewed by Phil Hine. Categories: General Magick Other Like many other occultists, my first introduction to group magical work was through my local Wiccan :// Combining both pleasure and pain, the sadomasochistic practice of Carnal Alchemy offers a powerful tool for self-transformation and the realization of magical and spiritual aims. Authors Stephen and Crystal Dawn Flowers explain the sado-magical workings of Carnal Alchemy from both the perspective of the submissive partner as well as the   A General Look at Alchemy Alchemy's Origin Alchemy, according to esoteric writers, is said to be the invention of an ancient Egyptian sage called Hermes Trismegistus. The "Father of Alchemy" lived in an unknown age of Egyptian history, though he is thought by some Rosicrucian schools to have lived during the time of Moses and the Exodus of /   This book in its original format is also mandatory reading for Golden Dawn students as part of their 5=6 training, both in New Zealand and in some temples of the American branch of the Order. Overall the book is an excellent introduction to both the magical use of herbs and the ritual aspect of alchemy,

A Note on Terms Used in This Book Preface to the Third Edition Preface to the First Edition Carnal Alchemy Important Safety Notes 1 Sexual Magic and Carnal Alchemy 2 Sado-Magic in History 3 General Theory of Carnal Alchemy and Sado-Magic 4 Submissive S-M 5 Dominant S-M 6 How to Work 7 Working Techniques 8 The Chamber Conclusion Appendix ://   Phil Hine reviews Carnal Alchemy: A Sado-Magical Exploration of Pleasure, Pain and Self-Transformation by Crystal Dawn and Stephen E Flowers in the Bkwyrm archive.. Like many other occultists, my first introduction to group magical work was through my local Wiccan group. A curious blend of “traditions”, they nevertheless gave much prominence to scourging, “knots and cords”, Combining both pleasure and pain, the sadomasochistic practice of Carnal Alchemy offers a powerful tool for self-transformation and the realization of magical and spiritual aims. Authors Stephen and Crystal Dawn Flowers explain the sado-magical workings of Carnal Alchemy from both the perspective of the submissive partner as well as the ://   Carnal Alchemy. Hermetic Library fellow T Polyphilus reviews Carnal Alchemy: This firmly traditional feature of magical writing culminates in a full manifesto appended to the book. Overall, Carnal Alchemy seems to fall a little short of its goal of boldly defining a new field within current sex-magical practice. It could certainly be an eye