Weiser Publishing New Book by Ivo Dominguez Jr.

Weiser Red Wheel is taking pre-orders on Ivo Dominguez Jr.’s The Four Elements of the Wise: Working with the Magickal Powers of Earth, Air, Water, Fire.

The publisher’s description states:

“An in-depth exploration of the elements, their lore, history, correspondences, and use in spellwork and ritual.

“The four elements are the pillars that uphold the manifest world and anchor spirit to matter. They are associated with a wide range of spiritual entities, from small elementals to divine beings.

“This book explores the consciousness of the elements, which provides a system of understanding that supports most of the magic of the West and paganism. The use of the elements in a wide range of systems and practices will be examined. Much has been written about the four elements already; this book offers new teachings for newcomers and long-time practitioners alike.

“Each of the four elements is explored in depth, including how they interact and change as they rise on the planes. Practical applications for working with the elements are also woven throughout the book. The book concludes with the union of the elements that is more than just becoming Spirit, but the completion of their Great Work.”

pre-order here: https://www.amazon.com/Four-Elements-Wise-Working-Magickal/dp/1578637104

and you can read a big hunk here:


Frater Lux Ad Mundi

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  1. A good example from the mundane sciences is the shift in understanding from Newtonian physics to Einstein’s physics to Quantum physics. The addition of the new theories and additional accepted facts do not do damage to the system as a whole because each of these things applies to specific frameworks. The mundane sciences are constantly, though slowly, changing the boundaries of what is considered to be known. Although we will primarily work magic using these Seven Elder Planets, let me use Uranus, one of the Outer Planets discovered after the advent of telescopes, as an example of how sacred science deals with new observations. Uranus was discovered in 1781 by Frederick William Herschel and was a shock to the scientific community as it was the first Planet discovered that could not be seen with the naked eye and more than doubled the size of the Solar System due to its distance from the Sun. The name for the Planet was changed twice before finally it became set as Uranus. Astrologers did not pull out their crystal balls nor consult an oracle to determine what Uranus meant in their charts. Instead, over the course of years and decades Uranus was added to charts, both current and historical, to observe what had occurred when it was in particular positions. Over the course of many debates, with many published articles and books, a consensus was reached on what impact Uranus had in the chart. It is this process of investigation that makes Astrology a sacred science. Even a century after its discovery, astrologers were still debating the finer points, such as which Sign was ruled, if any, by Uranus. In Zadkiel’s

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