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PHERYLLT 3 – Completion of Pheryllt “Books of Fferyllt” Trilogy Series by Joshua Free

In ancient Keltia, the Druid Order consisted of learned ones, those educated in Bardic Arts: cosmology and spirituality, natural-native history and geology, legendary history of heroes and mythology, healing and botanical medicine, astrononmy and astronology, and of course ‘magic’ – all of which are hidden in lines of Bardic verse and the researches of those who study them. As primary preservers of Celtic and Druid Mysteries, it is no wonder that Bardic Druids were considered the transmitter or catalyst of -awen- the essence, Divine Spark or spirit of inspiration that the Greeks termed ‘gnosis’. It is to the ‘ebb and flow’ of the -awen field- that the magical and poetic genius of the Bard is attributed.

Preservation of ancient knowledge is key among all elite orders of the ages. This Ancient Mystery School is timeless and spans all places on Earth. Past mystical cultures often relied on elite orders of scribe-priests and poet-magicians to bridge ancestral roots and traditions with the future – orders rooted in ‘languages’, ‘communication’, and above all the written word. The poetic genius of “awen” – the Divine Spark of Creation – manifests throughout all creative arts and as the spirt of “prophecy,” an ability to observe experiences with a heightened awareness and communicate it in the World of Form. Druidism is, therefore, an echo of this “poetic genius,” an amalgamation of collected knowledge preserved by the ancient elite, including a mystical and scientific understanding of the world that eluded the perceptual range of ‘common’ folk.

PHERYLLT: Volume 1
PHERYLLT: Volume 2
PHERYLLT: Volume 3

A unique metaphysical apprenticeship combining diverse facets of knowledge – from practical magic, to Welsh Bardic tradition, to Celtic history, or even foreign philosophies assimilated by the Druids – all appear in Douglas Monroe’s Merlyn Trilogy under a premise of being derived from the Book of Pheryllt (or Books of Fferyllt); a collective ‘body’ of Druidic wisdom also called the Body of the Dragon. As such, a wide array of sources and subjects were required to develop an allegorical facsimile (but legitimately authentic) manifestation of the Book of Pheryllt consistent with the mysterious manner in which Bards and Druids conceal and reveal the secret tradition. Considering the sheer variety of citations and scattered references in Monroe’s work, meeting justifiably high requirements and expectations for the ‘Body of the Dragon’ would require more than one volume to be complete and follow protocols – actually three volumes: a TRIAD interwoven as ONE.

Many antiquated scholarly references to the “Books of Fferyllt” or the “Pheryllt” themselves may be found (included or paraphrased in the current Book of Pheryllt trilogy series facsmile). Whatever bits trickle down from classical literature and antiquarian druidism to satisfy a modern thirst for the ‘pheryllt paradigm’ have been collected together in one place – a sacred book once thirded and now made whole – forming a complete sourcebook of undefiled lore. Whatever name, guise, or title we might attribute to the ‘Body of the Dragon’ – and we have chosen PHERYLLT – this same lore (originally accessible to few) serves as basis for the majority of Celtic and neo-Druidic revival of the past few centuries; whether or not it has been given due credit as such.

PHERYLLT: Volume 1
PHERYLLT: Volume 2
PHERYLLT: Volume 3

Several different cycles of important Celtic and Welsh literature and lore – Hanes Taliesin, Cad Goddeu, the Gwarchans, Cymric Triads, the books of Aneurin, Taliesin, Myrddin… – are all found in the Iolo Manuscripts including the Myvyrian Archaeology anthology and Barddas. In fact, we can essentially trace the abundant wealth of surviving Welsh MS. – including the Mabinogion – back to “Iolo Morganwg” (Edward Williams) and manuscripts ascribed to “Llywelyn Sion.” Where a thick scholarly aura accumulated from years of controversy may surround the ‘authenticity’ of some of these manuscripts, valid substitution shortages have bound the modern revival specifically to these available texts and the tradition gleaned from them.

The Book of Pheryllt trilogy of volumes edited by Joshua Free (also collected together in one volume in the forthcoming “Pheryllt -or- Body of the Dragon” anthology to be released later this year) is the realization of a legendary tome collecting wisdom passed down from an equally legendary ‘priesthood’ known in the histories of the Druids as the PHERYLLT (pronounced FAIR-ee-llt or VAIR-ult) – those who resided in the ancient Snowdonian mountains of northern Wales. There, they inhabited an ‘ambrosial city’ named for its mysterious founder, PHARAON (FAR-ah-on), meaning ‘higher powers’ and possibly alluding to the ‘celestial’ authority of a “Pharaoh.” Perhaps it is the practice of “Druid Craft” to call down ‘higher powers’ to conjure inspiration and magic in the world – perhaps that is what Ceridwen is doing where Taliesin the Bard writes: – “She took to the crafts of the Books of Fferyllt to boil a cauldron of awen.” According to our modern ‘Neo-Pheryllt’ tradition, a manuscript known as the Book of Pheryllt exists from the 16th Century collection attributed to Llywelyn Sion of Glamorgan Wales. Along with its companion volume, Barddas, also purportedly by Llywelyn Sion, the manuscripts moved from the library of Owen Morgan (“Morian”) to the private collection of the Albion Lodge of the United Ancient Order of Druids in Oxford (an ancient stronghold of the Pheryllt Order noted by Ralph Waldo Emerson).

PHERYLLT: Volume 1
PHERYLLT: Volume 2
PHERYLLT: Volume 3

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DRACONOMICON – Underground Occult Classic “Book of the Dragon” by Merlyn Stone: 20TH ANNIVERSARY edition released!

DRACONOMICON!!! History, Magick and Traditions of Dragons, Druids and the Pheryllt presented by Joshua Free for an incredibly amazing and economical 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION!!!

The ultimate “Book of the Dragon” for magick-users and fantasy enthusiasts alike!

DRACONOMICON 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

DRACONOMICON 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

Merlyn Stone’s underground cult classic Draconomicon celebrates 20 YEARS of delivering powerful teachings and lore of ‘dragon magick‘ and the ‘dragon legacy.

Discovering the wisdom & power of the DRAGON has never been easier. Come and initiate yourself to the Great Mysteries and venture on a journey beginning in the primordial depths of the primeval abyss of the “Great Universal Dragon” and following through millennium of ageless mysteries into the present age… and the future!


DRACONOMICON 2008 LIMITED EDITION

DRACONOMICON 2008 LIMITED EDITION

A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM JOSHUA FREE, CREATOR OF THE DRACONOMICON

“Twenty years ago I became active in Pheryllt Druidism. The Draconomicon began as a notebook kept from that period – during a time when I investigated all matters of Dragons. It has been revised, changed and enhanced four times prior to reaching its current state – marking its twenty years of influence in the Underground neo-Druidic movement.”

“When the Draconomicon was being developed by the Mardukite Research Organization for its 15th Anniversary edition in 2011, things were different for me as the creator. At that time, I had not yet been officially installed into Douglas Monroe’s Pheryllt New Forest Council, nor had the Deepteachings of Merlyn (the third book by Douglas Monroe) been released, which even included an essay of mine.”

BOOKS OF FFERYLLT (Pheryllt Vol 1 + 2)

BOOKS OF FFERYLLT (Pheryllt Vol 1 + 2)

DRACONOMICON also represents the forerunner for the druidic literary series that Joshua Free is currently involved with – the BOOK OF PHERYLLT – or BOOKS OF FFERYLLT… of which two of three volumes are now available to the public (the first of which excerpts previous editions of the DRACONOMICON directly). Not only is the series of significance to Mardukites, but they have even been adopted by Monroe’s New Forest druidic workshops.


THE DRAGON LEGACY is an important part of the history and traditions of cultural magic and the development of human civilization as a whole. “Nothing is separate.” And this is one of the messages we learn from the Dragon. That everything is connected together and we cannot see things in exclusion to other things if we are to see things for “how they truly are” – another gift of the DRAGON.

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Hidden in the depths of the Dragon lair is a legacy of bloodlines, secret pacts and cults, the symbolism of an entire universe and the means by which it can be controlled. This is perhaps one of the best kept secrets or grand conspiracies in the history of occultism. It is the undefiled, raw and primordial truth of things – just as we would expect the Druids to understand them.

Whether looking to incorporate the “dragon” into your personal spiritual or magical tradition or even simply as a unique and remarkable treasury of esoteric knowledge as revealed by a leading member of the occult underground, Joshua Free, the DRACONOMICON is the perfect addition to your literary collection and everyday life.

SUGGESTED READING:
Draconomicon (20th Anniversary) by Joshua Free
Book of Pheryllt (Volume 1) by Joshua Free
Book of Pheryllt (Volume 2) by Joshua Free
Vampyres Bible (Moroi Book of V) by Joshua Free
Cybernomicon by Joshua Free

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NEW BABYLON RISING – Books of Pheryllt, Mesopotamian Mathematics & The Anunnaki – Winter 2014 eZine

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GREETINGS & SALUTATIONS FELLOW TRUTH SEEKER!

Welcome to our tenth online eZine/issue of “New Babylon Rising: Anunnaki, Alien Gods & Spiritual Traditions“, developed by Mardukite Truth Seeker Press in a NexGen futurist effort of public inform in dedication to ancient literary records — primarily those cuneiform — and the preservation of the Anunnaki legacy including the human evolution of its societal systems and traditions inspired across global space and time. The feature articles of this issue emphasis numbers and mathematics as it applied to Sumerians and Babylonians, the newly released debut title in the series Books of Pheryllt, and a very special offering: a concise, easy-to-read, A-to-Z quick-study guide to the Anunnaki!

Enki2 The collective efforts of the Mardukite Research Organization reveal these antiquated mysteries for ALL; our archive of books developed explicitly to shine a new light to understand the most critical subjects for the Next Generation: where we come from, what we are, where we are and where we’re going “..in this ocean of chaos”!

In addition to those otherwise cultural specific elements (Mesopotamian and Celtic), the work publichsed by the Mardukite Truth Seeker Press offers a wide range of NexGen education including — the origins and development of human belief systems — particularly what wisdom and knowledge may be drawn from ancient “divine” encounters contributing to establishment of the illusive artificially generated social “systems” among the population, NexGen evolution of transhumanism, and, of course, fragmented languages, religions, and the global distribution and corruption of “esoteric” or otherwise “occult” knowledge regarding the true superior spiritual (internal) potential of the human condition, its external manifestation in engineering the reality we experience everyday and the progression of the “immortal” spirit beyond this realization…

Indeed, we are in dangerous territory…
And this time…
THERE BE DRAGONS!


FEATURED NEW RELEASE:

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The Druids believed in books more ancient than the flood. They styled them the ‘Books of Pheryllt’ and the writings of Hu.
– Ignatius Donnelly, Atlantis

PHERYLLT_cover_thumb_lg PHERYLLT:
A Modern Guide to the First Systematizers of the Ancient Celts & The Pre-Druidic Religion

edited by Joshua Free

Where the Druids are concerned, hundreds of years of diverse academic and philosophical debate await the Seeker on their look back. It is now even more controversial to speak of the Pheryllt in neodruid circles… For two decades a modern movement of neodruids influenced by modern Pheryllt Druidism have become bystanders amidst the unbreakable schism… BUT, for now — The Legend is Real…

WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE ???

:: BOOK OF PHERYLLT – Controversial New Age Writer Brings Druids Legend of Welsh Bards to Life
27, November 2014 — druidschool.wordpress.com

:: Uncovering the Pheryllt: First Systematizers of the Celts & Welsh Celtic Druidism with Joshua Free
28, November 2014 — druidschool.wordpress.com


FEATURED ARTICLES: MESOPOTAMIAN MATHEMATICS

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:: Mesopotamian Mathematics: How to Measure Reality? (Necronomicon Numerology)
21, November 2014 — necrogate.com
“As significantly as sigil-scripts, colors and mystical alphabets have played their parts in ritualized magical drama, spiritual incantations and other ceremonial applications, so, too, are numbers viewed as mystical signs in the realm of form, representative of endless wisdom and correspondences…”

:: Babylonian Astrology & Age of Aquarius: How the Sumerians Measured the Heavens
23, November 2014 — mardukite.com
“The ancient Sumerians understood the connection between cycles, time and mathematics. In addition to the pragmatic use of the wheel or circle, they also developed the initial calculations of the circle to be 360 degrees. Their use of base-60 ‘sexagesimal’ math in the systematic measurement of time has carried with humanity to this day…”


SPECIAL FEATURE: THE ANUNNAKI — A-to-Z

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Mastering Mardukite Mesopotamian Mythology
A Brief Anunnaki A-to-Z Directory (Study Guide)
edited by Joshua Free for Liber-52

Part 1: The Anunnaki – ADAD to AYA
Part 2: The Anunnaki – BAU to ENLIL
Part 3: The Anunnaki – ERESHKIGAL to NABU
Part 4: The Anunnaki – NAMTAR to NINHURSAG
Part 5: The Anunnaki – NINKI to TIAMAT

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