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The Qabalah Workbook for Magicians

Reviewed by Freeman Presson

The Qabalah Workbook for Magicians aims to be a follow-on to Lon Milo DuQuette’s The Chicken Qabalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford, serving as a first workbook. It covers the Sephiroth, and gives the beginnings of a master table of correspondences for each one, with room for the student to add more. The recommended use is to work through the book, spending about a month on each Sephirah. This will complete the path of manifestation from Kether to Malkuth. It is then suggested that one could return up the Tree in the next 9 months, gaining new insights along the way.

The primary method given is to contemplate the correspondences of each Sephira, and make and maintain an altar for the Sphere of the Month, spending some time each day with it. Questions and suggestions are provided to guide the student in doing the work and making it personal.

Traditionally, this is how everyone comes to understand the Sephiroth: by contemplating the various kinds of objects, processes, and experiences which fall under the influence of each one.

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