Esoteric Order of the Golden Dawn
     

 

Flying Roll I
A Subject for Contemplation

By G. H. Frater N.O.M. (Dr. W.W. Westcott)


To obtain magical power, one must strengthen the will. Let there be no confusion between will and desire. You cannot will too strongly, so do not attempt to will two things at once, and while willing one thing do not desire others.

Example: You may at times have passed a person in the street, and as soon as passed may have felt some attraction, and the will to see him again; turning round (you) may have found that he also turned to you. The will, although untrained, may have alone done this. But if you, untrained, walk out again, and decide to make the experiment of Willing that he who passes you shall turn round, and try it, you will fail. Because the desire of gratifying your curiosity has weakened the force of your will

I - Warning
II - Purity & Will
III - Instructions
IV - Spirit Vision (S.S.D.D. & F.)
V - Imagination
VI - Notes on Flying Roll II (SRMD)
VII - Material Alchymy
VIII - Geometric Pentagram
IX - Right and Left
X - Self Sacrifice
XI - Clairvoyance
XII - Telesmatic Images & Adonai
XIII - Secrecy and Hermetic (Love)
XIV - Talismans and Flashing Tablets
XV - Man and God
XVI - Fama Fraternitatis
XVII - Vault Sides
XVIII - Progress
XIX - Aims and Means
XX - Elementary View of Man
XXI - Know Thy Self
XXII - Question on Free Will
XXIII - Tatwa Visions
XXIV - Horary Figure
XXV - S.S. on Clairvoyance
XXVI - Re Planets to Tatwas
XXVII - Bullock on Theurgia
XXVIII - Use of Implements in Divination
XXIX - Order by D.D.E.F. as to 4 Lieutenants
XXX - Tatwas & Hierophant making 0=0 Sign
XXXI - Ethiopic Letters
XXXII - Theban Letters
XXXIII - Enoch Vision
XXXIV - An Exorcism by S.S.
XXXV - Notes on the Exordium of the Z Ritual
XXXVI - Skrying and Astral Projection