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The Key to Solomon's Key: Secrets of Magic and Masonry

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Book by Lon Milo DuQuette
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  • Dec 9, 2010
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In this book, Lon Milo Duquette discusses his reasons for being a Mason, as well as his views on religion generally. The book is somewhat thought provoking if read right, but it's tempting to skip over sections. I found the sections on spirit summoning has been thought provoking even though I have come up with my own approaches which differ from his (in particular I do spirit summoning between decision and action rather than after action).

The book provides enough for individuals who are interested to try to build their own spirit summoning rituals, along with information from some traditional manuals on the subject.

The sections discussing religion are interesting as well.

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