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Franz Bardon Frabato. likes · 6 talking about this. http://franzbardonfrabato. Franz Bardon. “Frabato,” which is an abbreviation of Franz-Bardon-. Troppau-Opava The special nature of this work required serious con- sideration before I published it. Destiny takes Bardon into the lap of another lodge member, Adolph Hitler. Frabato the Magician is the true story of Franz Bardon, adept, teacher, healer, and.
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In the Spanish Edition by,  there are false information published about Franato Hitler, who is said to have belonged to Lodge 99 and to the Thule Order of Tibetan black magicians. What would you do if you knew your destiny? The Astral exercises focus on systematically cataloging the positive and negative aspects of the self and, later, transforming and purifying the negative aspects into positive.
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Also, there occurs a purification of the personality, where the magician should become incapable of wishing harm to his fellow man. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Jozef Ignatiev rated it really liked it Mar 28, The usual war between good and evil has Although it seems to be an “impossible” book, Frabato the Magician, indeed is an excellent piece of an occult literature. His escape from Germany during the final desperate days of the Barron Republic and the beginning of his spiritual mission culminating with his classic boo Written in the form of a novel, Frabato is the spiritual autobiography of Franz Bardon.
This concept is the basis of much of Bardon’s training, which requires developing deficiencies and coming to a proper tetrapolar balance—only then could the initiate progress spiritually. This odd little experiment does absolutely nothing to elevate interest in the occult.
Beyond that it offers a glimpse into a complete magical universe.
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In the book published as,  an annex like In Memoriam is written by Otti Votavova, who was the Secretary of Franz Bardon and who transcribed the book of Frabato; In that section refer the characters who embodied the spirit of Bardon, among others: Retrieved from ” https: Oct 30, Fabian rated it it was ok.
An entertaining and fast read. Luca Menyhart rated it it was amazing Jun 11, Cristi Onofrei rated it it was amazing Jun 24, An additional fourth work attributed to him by the title of Frabato the Magiciansupposed by many of his students to be a disguised autobiography. There Votavova indicates that Franz Bardon once told him that he was the incarnation of a fourteen-year-old boy and he was the one who decided to be the spiritual master of Victor Bardon, the boy’s father, who in his desire to become a divine initiate asked in his prayers to know his true Guru, this is how the spirit of Bardon became incarnate in which he would be his only son, through an exchange of spirit unacceptable and impossible both from a spiritual and esoteric point of view.
The first two works, addressing the first two Tarots, are pre-requisite to understanding and making use of the third work.
Such things as astral projection are still possible as they only involve loosening the hold between the bodies. No trivia or quizzes yet. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. These exercises are aimed at developing body, soul and spirit.
Frabato the Magician
Tor Arne rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Written in the form of a novel, Frabato is the spiritual autobiography of Franz Bardon. His escape from Germany during the final desperate days of the Weimar Republic and the beginning of his spiritual mission culminating with his classic books on Hermetic magic.
The book has started on chronicling the public life of Bardon, then delves on the deeper meaning of his magical work, and that is, to be able to have a complete and total communion with the Divine. Set in Dresden in the early ‘s it chronicles Frabato’s magical battles with the members of a powerful and dangerous black lodge. It gives some insight into life behind the scenes of high level occultists and what sinister powers an pacts that might exist in their communion.
Bardon’s works are most notable for their simplicity, their relatively small theoretical sections, and heavy emphasis on practice with many exercises. There remains no complete transcript of the works. Knowledge depends on the development of the intellectual features of the spirit; wisdom, on the other side, necessitates the equable development of all four aspects of the spirit.
Frabato the Magician by Franz Bardon
Though the book lists its author as Bardon, it was actually written by his secretary, Otti Votavova. Bardon continued his work in the fields of Hermetics until when he was arrested and imprisoned in BrnoCzechoslovakia. Students of his, such as William Mistele and Rawn Clark consider him to have written the best training programs of any magician of the 20th century.
They then enter a tranceprojecting their consciousness into the sphere of the entity in question, and call it back. Bardon’s metaphysical system commences with Initiation Into Hermetics and is expanded on in the subsequent volumes.
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