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THE PILLARS (@3 TUBAL-CAIN \\ Nt Nigel Jackson Michael Howard Contents Introduction Chapter One The Roots of Angelic Magick Chapter Two The Children of Heaven ‘Chapter Three Tower of the Titans Chapter Four Lord of the Morning Star Chapter Five Out of Space, Out of Time ‘Chapter Six The All-seeing Eye & the Pillars of the Wise Chapter Seven The Sons of the Widow Chapter Eight The Temple of Solomon Chapter Nine The Queen of Wisdom Chapter Ten Lilith’s Lantern Chapter Eleven The Black Bull of the Golden Horns Chapter Twelve The Arte of Hermes Chapter Thirteen The Serpent & the Tree Chapter Fourteen Angel of the Earth Chapter Fifteen The High Priest King Chapter Sixteen The Spear, the Cauldron and the Stone Chapter Seventeen Black Mary & the Sacred Blood Chapter Eighteen The Baphomet Mystery Chapter Nineteen The Hanged Man Chapter Twenty Orion the Wild Hunter Appendix I Contacting the Angels Appendix IT The Hymn to Hermes Appendix IIT The Ceremony of the Peacock Moon Appendix IV The Fire Rite of Tubal Qayin Appendix V The Gospel of Cain. Appendix VI The Baptism of Wisdom Bibliography and Further Reading Index 274 Other titles by the authors also published by Capall Bann Nigel Alderoft. Jackson: Call of the Horned Piper Masks of Misrule The Compleat Vampyre The New Oracle (with Nigel Pennick) Celestial Magic Michael Howard: Angels and Goddesses Mysteries of the Runes Way of the Magus The Pickingill Papers (with W E Liddell The Sacred Earth “ Roebuck ii i — in the Thicket (with Robert Cochrane & Evan John The Robert Cochrane Lette: i ines rs (with Robert Cochrane & Evan The Book of Fallen Angels Introduction At the secret heart of the Western Mystery Tradition lies the angelic wisdom that forms the teachings of true magick. This book is a collection of linked essays by two practising occultists with many years of experience on the Path. It explores how this secret tradition in Western magick has been inherited from Persian, Chaldean, Canaanite, Egyptian, Arabic, Hebrew and Greco-Roman sources. It also records how this tradition has been suppressed and persecuted by the Church down the centuries. Despite this harassment it was preserved in the symbols and beliefs of Esoteric Christianity, Gnosticism, Hermeticism, alchemy, medieval magick, the Cabbala, the Tarot, the Grail mythos, the Arthurian legends, Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism and some forms of traditional witchcraft. Drawing from a wide range of sources, the book presents a new and unique overview of Western magick and occultism from a controversial perspective. Many fascinating areas of magical practice and belief, hitherto neglected or rejected by mainstream occultists, are brought back into the light. It reveals the symbolism and meaning of the previously forbidden Luciferian occult tradition concerning the Watchers, or fallen angels, and the so-called ‘Prince of Darkness’, who is revealed to be really the Lord of Light. It is also an arcane lore that illuminates several mysterious figures in the Judeo- Christian Bible whose real significance and identities have been hidden from us for centuries. Among the subjects discussed are the origins of angelology, the cult of the Yazantas practised by the Persian magi, the 1