About Gesigewigu's

Ges is a Buddhist Ceremonial Magickian living in Toronto. Ges recently finished attending university for multiple degrees in fields of study including history and English, and is now hiding in the corporate world.

The Practical Art of Divine Magic, by Patrick Dunn

In The Practical Art of Divine Magic, Patrick Dunn tackles theurgy and offers challenging

Jerusalem! The Real Life of William Blake, by Tobias Churton

Tobias Churton's Jerusalem! explores the life and wild genius of William Blake.

Christian Mythology, by Philippe Walter

In this book, Philippe Walter asks: how much of Christian mythology and celebration is

The Secrets of Tantric Buddhism, by Thomas Cleary

Going through and meditating on The Secrets of Tantric Buddhism will be useful for

Liber Nox, by Michael Howard

If you’re looking for an introduction into witchcraft and the Wheel of the Year,

Jesus the Magician, by Morton Smith

Jesus the Magician is an excellent, well-researched, and thought-provoking text.

The Angel and the Abyss, by J. Daniel Gunther

The Angel and the Abyss is most coherent text on Knowledge and Conversation, and

The Inner Light, by P.T. Mistlberger

The Inner Light seeks to blend theory and practice, history and method.

The Heart of Buddhist Meditation, by Nyanaponika Thera

The Heart of Buddhist Meditation is a classic of Western Buddhism, republished on its

The Essential Enochian Grimoire, by Aaron Leitch

The most complete history I’ve ever read in a single Enochian grimoire, focusing far

William Blake’s Sexual Path to Spiritual Vision, by Marsha Keith Schuchard

As an academic resource of William Blake’s sexual spiritual tradition this is an excellent

The Book of Grimoires, by Claude Lecouteux

The Book of Grimoires is by largely made up of excerpts from various grimoires.