Createspace, USA, 2016. Paperback. 324 pages. Brand New.
Nema’s chosen practice in keeping this nine month Magickal Record (1975-1976) for admittance to the Typhonian OTO was to “maintain an open channel with the Children of Maat, so they may speak through me. This to my own instruction and for the evolution of the Race… .” The Magical Record chronicles this instruction, guidance, and the rituals she used to gain and maintain this contact.
Carl R. Rogers observed, “What is most personal is the most universal.” Maggie’s attainment and her humanity shines through this record. The MR flows between the emotional heights evident in the praise of Aossic Aiwass to the angst that washes over her, “I am so tired…I wish I could die now.” in a dark night of the soul.
The full range of both human and magical experience are richly expressed. The trials and triumphs that swim in the oceans of experience common to all of us all surface in Maggie’s words.
Meticulous self-examination and self-appraisal are a significant part of the record demonstrating a profound level of introspection in which the Tao is frequently invoked.
Nema’s optimism shines like a Grail for the rest of us. Its brightness beckons us to think and act likewise. I believe we will all be the better for it.
Horus-Maat Lodge is a working occult Lodge acting as a focal point for the Maatian Current.
The publication includes:
– An in depth description of the Mass of Maat as a sexual rite.
– Dances of the Tree of Life
– Masks of the Tree of Life.
– A word by word analysis of, “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”
– The complete text of Liber Pennae Praenumbra
– An extensive index.
“Now to your Record: IT is so rich in beauty and so full of fire and fervour …”
— Letter to Nema dated 16 October 1976, from Kenneth Grant.