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Giuliano Kremmerz born Ciro Formisano, ; died at least physically was one of the most influential Italian Occultists of the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries.

His writings have been translated into French and Spanish, but he remained largely unknown amongst Anglophone magicians as they were never translated into English — until now. His reaction to the events of the subsequent twenty years betrays his bitterness that this did not happen. Anywho, the main points that Kremmerz makes, as I understand them, may be summarized thus:.

Now that we have an actual work of Kremmerz in our hands, it is interesting to compare it with some of the lurid, and quite frankly disgusting, writings attributed to him which have been circulating on the internet and other places for several years mostly in Italian , referred to variously as the Dossier Segreti or Corpus Totius Magiae. As an aside, it is within my personal knowledge that at least one Big-Name-Occultist has been duped by some passing salesman of magical charters into buying the Corpus Totius Magiae as The Ultimate Secrets of Magic.

What bewildered me was not that he necessarily believed this to be the case, but that he paid good money for a document that had been floating around for free for several years on the internet. The moral of the story is — first learn to speak Italian, before buying something written in Italian. In short, I would recommend this book purely on the basis that it forms a key link in our understanding the History of continental Occultism, and I look forward to more works by Kremmerz becoming available in English in the future.

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Giuliano Kremmerz

Giuliano M. Kremmerz — born Ciro Formisano , was an Italian alchemist working within the tradition of hermeticism. He was a philosopher, therapeutist and thaumaturgist, and founded the S. I Schola Philosophica Hermetica Classica Italica Fratellanza Terapeutica Magica di Miriam, with exclusively therapeutic aims for the benefit of all, and still in operation today through some filiations that inherited the doctrinal and ritual patrimony of the school. Ciro Formisano soon made contact with Pasquale De Servis, known to scholars of magic hermeticism of that time as IZAR and in linked to the Italic roots of initiatory tradition — the tradition that, prior to Christianity, had flourished in Magna Graecia in the Pythagorean School , which had taken in the Isiacal and Osirian cults from Egypt. On the basis of what Kremmerz himself states, it was De Servis who initiated the young Ciro Formisano to the mysteries of the Sacred Science, recognising in him the constituent characteristics of a master of hermeticism, combined with a great humanitarian, tolerant and generous nature.

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Kremmerz, Giuliano

Giuliano Kremmerz born Ciro Formisano, ; died at least physically was one of the most influential Italian Occultists of the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries. His writings have been translated into French and Spanish, but he remained largely unknown amongst Anglophone magicians as they were never translated into English — until now. His reaction to the events of the subsequent twenty years betrays his bitterness that this did not happen. Anywho, the main points that Kremmerz makes, as I understand them, may be summarized thus:. Now that we have an actual work of Kremmerz in our hands, it is interesting to compare it with some of the lurid, and quite frankly disgusting, writings attributed to him which have been circulating on the internet and other places for several years mostly in Italian , referred to variously as the Dossier Segreti or Corpus Totius Magiae. As an aside, it is within my personal knowledge that at least one Big-Name-Occultist has been duped by some passing salesman of magical charters into buying the Corpus Totius Magiae as The Ultimate Secrets of Magic.

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