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The Book of Elven Magic: The Philosophy and Enchantments of the Seelie Elves

July 25, 2014

We wanted to share with you…
Dear Kin
…a little from our Book of Elven Magic, Volume 1, and hope you enjoy reading it and exploring the Elven viewpoint concerning the world of Faerie, Magick and the all that is around us, as well as traditional spiritual and religious myths. This book also covers the tools of Magick and gives magical ceremonies that you may use as a modern elf, magician, and faerie folk.

Fost Tae Lodver (Touch the truth),
The Silver Elves

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Exerpt from pages 63-65 of The Book of Elven Magic, Volume 1:

Myths about Elfin Magic:

Myth 1: Magic Requires Belief

Many people think that magic requires belief in order to work. This is not accurate however; magic does not require belief, it only requires action, which is not to underestimate the power of belief, for belief can be quite powerful. However, magic does not depend upon it for its success.

Belief is only important to magic in so far as it convinces the individual that it will indeed work. If, for instance, we tell a primitive person that if they flip the switch on the wall the light will come on, it doesn’t matter if they believe us or not. If they flip the switch, it will come on. However, if they don’t believe that it will come on, they may not bother to flip the switch, thinking instead that we are merely joking or tricking them. So, too, magic only requires action. You need only do the magic and it will work. You do not need to believe, you need only be scientifically minded enough to test this theory and see if indeed, it is accurate in reality.

Myth 2: Technical Exactness is Necessary

Magic doesn’t function exactly like switching on a light, as some people think. While magic does require action and not belief, magic is not, as some suppose, an exact science.

Some people think that in order to do magic you must follow a formula exactly, just as you must be exact when creating a chemical composition. But magic is not so exacting. While it has its scientific aspects, it is also an art and the heart of magic requires intention, will, motivation, and spirit. Magic, like a painting, like a musical composition, depends more on individual style than technical perfection. It is more important that you put your whole heart and soul into your magic, than that you do everything exactly this or that way. Like making love, there is no perfect formula or technique that can replace sensitive and loving interaction. And believe us when we tell you, Elfin Magic is making love.

In magic … spirit, emotional power, and sincerity out weigh technical exactness every time/spell. Originality and creativity in magic, like in movies or music, is more desirable than a slick but lifeless production. On the other hand, if you can combine all these elements, enthusiasm and spirit, originality and creativity, with technical proficiency and smooth performance, you have the best of all possible combinations and the most effective of magics.

Myth 3: Magic Drains Your Life Force?

This particular misconception is especially prevalent in fantasy stories. The magician must always pay the price for having worked his magic both in the short and long run by the sapping and draining of his life energy. This is a wonderfully Christian (and we’ve heard Moslem) conception but has no real validity in elfin magic.

Magic revitalizes. It renews and energizes. If your magic is draining you, if you are sapped of your strength after your ceremonies, then you are going about it incorrectly. It is true that magic is in some ways like working out; one may feel exhausted at first, but soon their energy is replenished and they have grown stronger. But most of all, magic is like making love. One should feel exhilarated by one’s magic.

Magic is another aspect of sexual interaction. Doing your magic should be like flirting with a person you are deeply attracted to; it should turn you on, get you excited, filling you with creative juice and potency.

If you are tired at all after your magic, it should be with the fulfilled and relaxed feeling that comes after a tremendous orgasm: a healing, cleansing feeling that renews you to your very soul.

Table of Contents:

This book is dedicatd to Rialian Ashtae, Elf Lord and friend, who has and continues to do so much to further our Elven Faerie People.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1:
PHILOSOPHY OF THE SEELIE ELVES 15
The Inner Secrets 15
The Seelie and the Unseelie 15
Luncurafa 17
Lightbringer 17
Zardoa’s Father the Pixie 18
Morals 19
The Law of Karma 20
Elven Mythos, part 1 21
Elven Mythos Part 2: Earth Realm 23
Elven Mythos Part 3 25
Elven Mythos Part 4 26
Reflections Upon Mythos 27
Reflections on Mythos 3 and 4 28
The Satanic Principle 28
Satan 29
Elven Mythos Part 5 30
The Powers of Creation 31
The Four Elements 33
Jesus and the Elves 33
Jesus and Satan 35
Blood Sacrifice 36
Buddha and the Bodhisattvas 39
The Decision We Face 40
The Four Noble Truths 41
Ten Joyous Precepts of the Illuminated, Elven Magician 42
The Ten Suggestions 43
An Elfin Magician’s Vision 46
Hate 48
Love 49
Anger 51
Sex 52
Drugs 52
And Rock and Roll 53
Guilt 54
Seelie Elf views on Racism, Sexism, etc. 55
Child Molestation and Abuse 56
Seelie Elf Statements 57
Some Identifying Characteristics of a Seelie Elf 61
You Are Your Own Nation 63
Myths about Elfin Magic: 63
Myth 1: Magic Requires Belief 63
Myth 2: Technical Exactness is Necessary 64
Myth 3: Magic Drains Your Life Force? 65
Making a Deal with the Devil 65
Lucifer and his accomplices 66
Lucifer/Enki 67
Avalae 67
Farynder: The Lord Who Flies. 68
Tatatyn: Dark Moon 69
Nordador: Pixie Wild 70
Welolynver: Sweet Love, the Scarlet Woman 70
Alavarfyn: Songs from the Wood 71
Vahs 72
Lakynvar: the Dragon of the Deep 72
Zarvan: Brother Mine 73
Enanadre – Astaroth – Ishtar: 73
The Whore of Babylon 73
Enki the Un-God 74
The Anti-Christ 74
The Devil or One of His Close Associates 75
Cursing and Cussing 76
Ritual and Ceremony 77
Commanding Spirits 77
My Mother the Night 78
Draco 79
Silver Flame 81
Zardoa Silverstar 81
Elantari 82

CHAPTER 2:
WHITE MAGIC 83
White Magic 83
The Broom 83
The Smudge Stick and Feather 84
The Holy Water and Aspergillum 85
The Magical Consciousness 86
Obtaining Magical Tools 87
Making the Broom 88
Making a Smudge Stick 89
Making Holy Water or Making Water Holy 90
Salt 91
Purification Ceremony 93
Purification Ceremony 94
The Bath of Purification 100

CHAPTER 3:
BLACK MAGIC 103
Black Magic 103
Police: 103
Jails: 103
Armies: 104
The Sword, Knife, or Athame 104
The Whip or Scourge 106
The Cord or Rope 107
The Image, Wax figure, “Voodoo” doll 109
Gathering Your Magical Weapons 110
The Sword, Knife, Athame 110
The Whip 111
The Cord or Rope 112
The Effigy, Doll, etc. 114
The Proper Use of Black Magic 115
A Ceremony of Binding 118
Never Talk About the Magic 122
Regalia, Mask, Face Paint 123
A Black Magic: A Cautionary Tale 125
True Tale of Binding 126

CHAPTER 4:
GREEN MAGIC 131
Green Magic 131
Amulet 133
Potion 134
The Orb of Healing 135
The Rod of Power 137
The Elfin Healer 140
Contagious Healing 142
The Best Way to Health 143
A Ceremony for Healing 145

CHAPTER 5:
ORANGE MAGIC 151
Orange Magic 151
Prosperity Powder 153
The Fan 155
Elixir 156
Pantacle 157
Spirit does Matter Or 158
Wealth is Divine 158
Ceremony of Orange Magic 160
Prosperity Powder in Action 164

CHAPTER 6:
PURPLE MAGIC 167
Purple Magic 167
The Spear 170
Mirror 171
Glitter 172
Spirit Paper 174
How To Find A Spirit 175
The Creative Struggle 176
Ceremony of Purple Magic 179
Summoning Artists 181

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