FRABATO THE MAGICIAN

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FRABATO THE MAGICIAN

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What would you do if you knew your destiny? Franz Bardon knew. A highly-evolved spirit, Bardon willingly incarnates on earth in order to provide spiritual guidance to mankind, while overcoming many earthly obstacles.

The main thrust of our novel begins in Germany in the 1930s, as Bardon’s spiritual abilities threaten the existence of a powerful black lodge. After an attempt on his life, Bardon narrowly escapes.

Destiny takes Bardon into the lap of another lodge member, Adolph Hitler. Desperate to win the war, Hitler’s efforts to entice Bardon, an immortal spirit, into the Third Reich broadcasts the vast differences between darkness and light. Bardons refusal leads to the ultimate penalty: a concentration camp.

Frabato the Magician is the true story of Franz Bardon, adept, teacher, healer, and author of The Holy Mysteries (Initiation into Hermetics (vol 1), Practice of Magical Evocation (vol 2), Key to the True Kabbalah (vol 3). A story of evil vs. good, Frabato the Magician gives testimony that the love of one can alter the lives of many, and challenges the existence of our own spirituality and mortality.

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Written in the form of a novel, Frabato is the spiritual autobiography of Franz Bardon. Set in Dresden in the early 1930's it chronicles Frabato's magical battles with the members of a powerful and dangerous black lodge. 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.

More than an occult novel, Frabato the Magician is itself a work of magic which illuminates Bardon's other books as well as providing a revealing look into the dark occult forces which lay behind the rise of the Third Reich. Threaded throughout the true tale, and written between the lines, are many valuable and practical esoteric lessons.