Voudon Gnostic Workbook has 88 ratings and 2 reviews. A long-awaited new edition of the seminal text on the spiritual system that is a convergence of Gno. There is nothing racist about the Voudon Gnostic Workbook whatsoever. The entire text is in support of the wonderful creativity and ingenuity. Michael Paul Bertiaux (born January 18, ) is an American occultist and Old Catholic Bishop, known for his book Voudon Gnostic Workbook ().

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Michael Bertiaux

You gnostix commenting using your Facebook account. Intentional or not, the assertion of “Atlantean” white roots strips vodou of its Haitian heritage and jumbles it up with nonsense esoteric language while repurposing it as some Lovecraftian system for sex rituals. Jim rated it it was amazing Aug 15, It is dedicated to the practice of advanced techniques of gnostic voudon, a powerful system of afro-atlantean magic in its traditional and purest form.

Submit a new text post. Specific questions are always welcome, but any workboko relating to these topics will be removed. Who knows if his Hatian initiation is genuine.

Is there a way to vommunicate with him? On September 9, at 1: Living people births American occult writers Writers from Seattle. The guy was obviously nuts. Expanded Edition by Michael Bertiaux. He worked especially with the Chicago Haitian community, now comprising approximately 5, individuals.

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Matthias rated it really liked it Apr 18, I can see how it would be offensive if someone developed a system and claimed it was an representation of a cultural lineage.

Views Read Edit View history. I don’t think he just made everything up from nothing, but I also don’t think that his “lineage” or “initiation” extend too woorkbook beyond what he could find at a public library and maybe a trip or two to Haiti.

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Brent Buchholz rated workboik it was amazing Sep 09, Note that the unique spelling of “voudon” is an innovation of Bertiaux’s, though it is similar to the traditional spelling of vodun. On September 10, at Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Hierodulos, I’ll be polite, and say Magicians, mystics, bibliophiles, occult scientists, esotericists, philologists, etymologists, critical syncretists, mythologists, gnostics, open-minded skeptics, and anyone interested in the open-minded, critical pursuit of illumination and the exploration of esoteric mysteries are welcome.

Brian Smith rated it really liked it Feb 20, I’d resigned myself to not being able to learn it from wrkbook book and gostic I’m just gonna make shit up: Every last word and punctuation mark he ever wrote is crap. Jussi Karsikas rated it it was amazing Jul 29, His work does sound a little disturbed, but I used to think Aleister Crowley was nuts before I understood his perspectives.

Michael Bertiaux

His father was a captain in the merchant navy and his mother was a prominent Theosophist. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


The insect loa told him so! If your post is legitimate, please message the mods. It’s like a Buddhist monk preaching on a street corner about his trinity of Gods; it’s just dissonant.

John rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Janelle Feldes rated it liked it Jun 06, I know this will be horribly disappointing to both readers of this review who own the original.

For a period Michael Bertiaux was also a secretary of the Theosophical Society until moving to Chicago inwhere he trained and qualified as a social worker, a job he remained in for just under forty years. Year 1, Student Degrees. In the meanwhile, tribal sorcerers all around the world keep their traditions as they had always kept it: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

I really am interested in your perspective as a Vodouisant.

I remember smiling every time I came across a line judging a culture Bertiaux’s interpretation of Vodoun was strongly influenced by Martinisma Francophone occultist society who pretended to vodon from the teachings of Louis-Claude De Saint Martin, although the regularity and mere existence of such a linkage was questioned, and which became established in Haiti in the 18th century.

Following his retirement, Bertiaux has focused on his art and writing. Launched out of a correspondence course and series of classes for students and followers of Voudon Gnosticism and the O.