Suggestions please 😝

Can anyone suggest some good books to learn about goetic spirits? Which authors/books in you’re opinion would be the best to take a look at? :slight_smile: Will appreciate any helpful responses :grin:


Really quick tip to post emojis here make sure you put a space


Will do :slightly_smiling_face:

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You could try, oh, I don’t know, the actual Goetia?

The original Mathers/Crowley edition is free on the net, and there is also the “Luciferian” Goetia by Michael Ford, and the “Demonolatry” Goetia by S. Connolly.


Evoking Eternity by EA Koetting
Goetia of Shadows by Michael W. Ford

Those are fine and a good choice around here.


Thankyou!! :slight_smile:

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Thankyou :grin:


Omg thanks, I’ve been doing some reading the past few days it’s a lot to take in. Thanks so much for you’re suggestions :slight_smile: Will have a read

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Nope, it’s against the rules to give links for free pdf…



Well neither sites are illegal. And this is a fact!

Book was published 1996, therefore still well within copyright, sorry.


It’s evident you know NOTHING about copy right fair use so here ya go.
Baylor Univ.
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Also as an “admin” you should know this before y’all just take a post down because of what you THINK. I KNOW. Also you need to read the case that Google won (Authors Guild, Inc. v. Google, Inc.)on this exact matter. My post laid within the bounds of an educational NONPROFIT purpose.
You “god’s” speak from ignorance and I just don’t get it😂. But here we are again so PLEASE this time delete my account. I have no more use if this forum.

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Can we all get along please, anymore helpful suggestions will be welcome as long as they’re not infringing any copyright laws :slightly_smiling_face:

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I’m well aware of that guideline, this is the relevant part:

  1. The amount of the work used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole
  1. I am not an admin, I am a moderator. Minor issue, but relevant for someone being so pedantic

  2. You wrote:

No, I don’t, my role on here is to enforce this forum’s rules, which include not linking to sites where copyrighted material can be downloaded - both these works are still under copyright, you are not free to use this forum to hand them out to people.

I also draw your attention to this, from the forum’s basic Terms of Service:

2. Responsibility of Contributors

By making Content available, you represent and warrant that:

  • the downloading, copying and use of the Content will not infringe the proprietary rights, including but not limited to the copyright, patent, trademark or trade secret rights, of any third party;

Thank you for calling me a god, I guess…? :man_shrugging:

I will close your account, as requested, I addressed this because the seeming recourse to quoting DMCA guidelines may confuse people what is permitted on here.


I recommend Luciferian Goetia by Michael Ford


To draco6116: Not a great way of supporting writers. There are plenty of out of copyright works, youtube vidoes, people sharing free info on this very forum and plenty of free sites out there.


Thankyou will put that next on my list just purchased the book of azazel n I’ve got two others to read. :grin: