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  • 1906 - "A.'. mediocre. 'The Operation of Abramelin being due to commence on Easter Sunday, me thinks it would be well to make a certain profound conjuration of Augoeides on that day wih a view to acquire a proper knowledge of the Method of the Great Retirement. The Augoeides should be definitely invoked for this purpose with all possible ceremony. Is it not written: "Unto whosoever shall draw nigh unto Me will I draw nigh?" And, as I have proved, the help of the Augoeides is already given as if the Operation were successfully brought to en end. Only can this right be forfeited by slackness toward the obligation? From this, then, O Holy Exalted One, preserve me!"
  • 1907 - Watches Rose and Gretel scold.