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Main The Voudon Gnostic Workbook The Voudon Gnostic Workbook Michael Bertiaux A long-awaited new edition of the seminal text on the spiritual system that is a convergence of Gnosticism and Haitian voodoo, The Voudon Gnostic Workbook is a singular sacred work that is comprehensive in scope--from "how to be a lucky Hoodoo" to how magick and voodoo intersect energetically, to esoteric time travel. Complete with charts and graphs and instructive interdimensional physics, The Voudon Gnostic Workbook is an "object of desire" among students of the occult. Voodoo is not an evil religion and is much misunderstood. It derives from the Dahomean Gods called the "Loa. Launched out of a correspondence course and series of classes for students and followers of Voudon Gnosticism and the OTO, this seminal text is at once one of the most mysterious and magnificent of all esoteric books.

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Early life[ edit ] Bertiaux was born in Seattle , Washington, on January 18, His father was a captain in the merchant navy and his mother was a prominent Theosophist. Bertiaux served as an Episcopalian minister in the Seattle area before traveling to Haiti in Voudon and other occult activities[ edit ] In , Bertiaux traveled to Haiti , where he was initiated into the system of Haitian Vodoun. He settled in Chicago in , where he formed among other bodies the Neo-Pythagorean Gnostic Church.

There, a synthesis was purportedly developed between European gnostic-hermetic currents, being the heritage of the ancient western initiatic tradition, and Haitian metaphysics. Within the group, the O. It is dedicated to the practice of advanced techniques of Gnostic Voudon, a system of "Afro-Atlantean magic". For a period, Michael Bertiaux was also a secretary of the Theosophical Society until moving to Chicago in , where he trained and qualified as a social worker , a job he remained in for just under forty years.

He specialized in working with the Chicago Haitian community, which currently has a population of around 5,, Lovecraft and the teachings of A. Following his retirement, Bertiaux has focused on his art and writing.

It was originally published as a mail order study course and is yet to be reprinted in book form. Reissued by Weiser Cosmic Meditation. Fulgur Limited, Vudu Cartography. Ontological Graffiti.

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Early life[ edit ] Bertiaux was born in Seattle , Washington, on January 18, His father was a captain in the merchant navy and his mother was a prominent Theosophist. Bertiaux served as an Episcopalian minister in the Seattle area before traveling to Haiti in Voudon and other occult activities[ edit ] In , Bertiaux traveled to Haiti , where he was initiated into the system of Haitian Vodoun. He settled in Chicago in , where he formed among other bodies the Neo-Pythagorean Gnostic Church. There, a synthesis was purportedly developed between European gnostic-hermetic currents, being the heritage of the ancient western initiatic tradition, and Haitian metaphysics.

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Lovecraft and deities only know what else. Adam McGee, a scholar at Harvard University, offered an excellent counterpoint: I have to offer a dissenting view, insofar as I must question the criteria by which you evaluate the system as "worthwhile. And morally repugnant it is. Bertiaux writes of Vodou as something that must be lifted out of the hands of Haitians, who do not and cannot understand its complexities. Bertiaux, by introducing a purposely esotericizing language, seeks to "restore" to the control of white magi a Vodou that he proposes has Atlantean origins. This has precise historical parallels in the way that some Europeans, upon first viewing the Ile-Ife bronzes, that they had discovered the lost civilization of Atlantis because surely Africans could not have produced such sophisticated art. Having thus expunged from Vodou its most irreducibly Haitian--i.

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