Hand of Glory by M. King

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Going straight into it, this book gave me so many ideas it is not even funny. The book has this beautiful matte cover and it feels cool to the touch. I just keeping rubbing it, don’t judge me lol. This book will instruct you in how to create several Hands of Glory for your own workings.

You have your What to Expect chapter, and the standard Introduction. You get to the chapter, Hand of Power, and it gives you the basis of where the hand of glory came from. If you don’t know how it came about, it’s pretty damn gruesome. It goes into what you can utilize the hand for including his Hand of Light. It had my mind working like oohh, I can use mine to do this and that, and i can paint it this color and have it filled with these herbs. I was too excited already. And I was only 10 pages into the book lol.

The chapter on Choosing Daemons to Work With, will get anyone started on making a hand for a specific purpose. You have a nice amount of hands for use and the Daemons that line up with them. I have 5 right of the break from the section. So my list begins. Next you are given 4 methods on how to charge your hand, if you don’t have any or want to try some new methods. I plan on using these methods as well, something to break me out of my usual chargings.

If you never worked with servitors, or thought forms, get ready to get down and dirty. In this chapter you will be  getting your feet with. You have a few methods that you can work with, like word and pictorial. The whole thing with your hand of glory is attaching an entity to it that will help you in what you plan on doing. I have worked with a few servitors and they key is focusing on your intent like he says, and making sure that you feed them daily or weekly. But make sure you don’t forget, or they will just disappear.

Pages 37-57 give you a list of Daemons that you can create a hand of glory for, and oh my god….I will be making a lot of damn hands. Going to look like a serial killer with figures of hands just laying around the house. Pages 63-66 are pictures of the author’s Hand of Glory, and it is really spectacular. It gave me so many ideas.

What I like about this chapter book, is that you have a lot of options in making one hand or 50, and then you have countless methods in which you can experiment with. This is a book that you put to use, that you can make notes in (like I do for majority of my working books)  that you keep going back to over and over again. If you are like me, and always like pathworkings, then you are going to be working on this for a nice little minute. This is a great addition to your workings, especially if you want to enhance any part of your workings.

In short, pick up this book and add it to your library. Actually get 2, one to keep and one to work in.













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