Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki

The Training and Work of The Solo Magician with Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki
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Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki is the director of The Servants of The Light (SOL) magical training school. Readers of my book, The Rainbow Machine may be familiar with The Servants of The Light name as I reference SOL in the appendix of the book.

This workshop sets out a personal curriculum of dedicated Mystery work for someone who is largely working alone but possesses a basic understanding of The Mysteries.

It includes:

  • Solo Working with the Elements, and the Kabbalah.
  • Setting up a portable Temple.
  • Solo Working with the Quarter Powers, God-Forms and Angelics.
  • Creating your Solo rituals and path-workings.
  • Invocations.
  • Casting the Sun Circle and Moon Circle.

Led by the director of The Servants of The Light, Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki, this workshop will give an outline on how this kind of work might be attempted. It gives an outline of what needs to be studied, how to study, and the basis of ritual work and above all the importance of bringing the Four Selves Physical, Astral, Mental and Spiritual together, without this, magic can be a very tricky path indeed.

Who is Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki?

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Servants of The Light - Dolores Ashcroft-NowickiFrom Wikipedia we can learn that: 

Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki (Born 1929) is a British occult author, psychic, and esoteric practitioner. An associate of Walter Ernest Butler, she succeeded him as Director of Studies of the Servants of the Light. […] 

During the 1960s, she and her husband Michael Nowicki entered the Fraternity of the Inner Light, an esoteric order founded by occultist Dion Fortune. In 1965 she became associated with Walter Ernest Butler, and with Gareth Knight and the Helios Course in Practical Qabalah which, in 1971, became the foundation of Servants of the Light School. In 1976, when Butler retired, Ashcroft-Nowicki became Director of Studies of the SOL, a position she holds to this day.

Perhaps her most important contribution to modern occultism has been her popularization of pathworking as a training tool for the study of the Qabalah.”

Books by Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki

Illuminations
First Steps in Ritual
Highways of the Mind
The Ritual Magic Workbook
The Shining Paths
The Forgotten Mage (by Col. C.R.F. Seymour, edited by DAN)
Inner Landscapes
The Sacred Cord Meditations
The Tree of Ecstasy
The New Book of the Dead
Daughters of Eve
Building a Temple
The Officers of the Temple
Magical Use of Thoughtforms (With Herbie Brennan)
The Initiate’s Book of Pathworkings
Your Unseen Power (book and audio mini-course)
The Singing Stones
The Door Unlocked – An Astrological Insight into Initiation (with Stephanie V. Norris)

An Anthology of Occult Wisdom (8 volumes, including material by W.E. Butler, Rev. Robert King, Gareth Knight, and others)