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Condensed Chaos

Author : Phil Hine
ISBN : 1935150669
Genre : Magic
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This book provides a practical introduction to Chaos Magic, one of the fastest growing areas of Western Occultism. Through it you can change your circumstances, live according to a developing sense of personal responsibility, effect change around you, and stop living as a helpless cog in some clockwork universe. All acts of personal/collective liberation are magical acts. Magic leads us into exhilaration and ecstasy; into insight and understanding; into changing ourselves and the world in which we participate. Through magic we may come to explore the possibilities of freedom.
Category: Magic

Magic And Mysticism

Author : Arthur Versluis
ISBN : 9781461639879
Genre : Religion
File Size : 31.85 MB
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Magic and Mysticism: An Introduction to Western Esoteric Traditions is a concise overview, from antiquity to the present, of all the major Western religious esoteric movements. Topics covered include alchemy, Gnosticism, Hermeticism, Rosicrucianism, Theosophy and many more.
Category: Religion

Hands On Chaos Magic

Author : Andrieh Vitimus
ISBN : 9780738715087
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 33.41 MB
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This irreverent guide to chaos magic emphasizes experimentation and finding out what works best for you. Andrieh Vitimus presents a revolutionary hands-on course of study for the average Jane or Joe. Vitimus banishes the severe tone of other esoteric orders, offering an accessible and practical approach that makes it easier to perform successful chaos magic that is uniquely your own. Praise: "Andrieh Vitimus is the real deal...honest-to-gods, in-your-face magic. Hands-On Chaos Magic is just what it says, and the next best thing to working with the master himself." --Lon Milo DuQuette, author of The Magick of Aleister Crowley, Homemade Magick, and Low Magick "A must-have for any magician." -- Taylor Ellwood, author of Multi-Media Magic "Written with intelligence, experience, and a genuine desire to empower readers." --Raven Digitalis, author of Shadow Magick Compendium "A usable introduction to the concepts and practical techniques of chaos magic."--Donald Michael Kraig, author of Modern Magick "A well-considered and thorough contribution to the chaos magic current."--Dave Lee, author of Chaotopia
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Encyclopedia Of Religion And Nature

Author : Bron Taylor
ISBN : 9781441122780
Genre : Religion
File Size : 81.62 MB
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The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, originally published in 2005, is a landmark work in the burgeoning field of religion and nature. It covers a vast and interdisciplinary range of material, from thinkers to religious traditions and beyond, with clarity and style. Widely praised by reviewers and the recipient of two reference work awards since its publication (see www.religionandnature.com/ern), this new, more affordable version is a must-have book for anyone interested in the manifold and fascinating links between religion and nature, in all their many senses.
Category: Religion

Contemporary Esotericism

Author : Egil Asprem
ISBN : 9781317543572
Genre : Philosophy
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The study of contemporary esoteric discourse has hitherto been a largely neglected part of the new academic field of Western esotericism. Contemporary Esotericism provides a broad overview and assessment of the complex world of Western esoteric thought today. Combining historiographical analysis with theories and methodologies from the social sciences, the volume explores new problems and offers new possibilities for the study of esoterica. Contemporary Esotericism studies the period since the 1950s but focuses on the last two decades. The wide range of essays are divided into four thematic sections: the intricacies of esoteric appeals to tradition; the role of popular culture, modern communication technologies, and new media in contemporary esotericism; the impact and influence of esotericism on both religious and secular arenas; and the recent 'de-marginalization' of the esoteric in both scholarship and society.
Category: Philosophy

Goth Craft

Author : Raven Digitalis
ISBN : 9780738711041
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 33.4 MB
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"Goth Craft is a sexy and serious A-Z of dark culture's collective tribal identity. More than just a demented 'Preppy Handbook' for a different era, Goth Craft goes beyond mere fashion, taking readers deep into the magical currents of this emerging subculture. Fascinating." —Richard Metzger, host of Disinformation and editor of Book of Lies: The Disinformation Guide To Magick & The Occult When Paganism and Goth culture collide, prepare for a powerful blend of independent thought and magickal tranformation. Learn how to channel dark emotions, express yourself magickally through the dark arts of clothing, hair, makeup, body modifications, and choose appropriate Goth music for ritual. Try some spellcasting on the dance floor. Discover the workings of shadow magick, death energy, and blood magick. Find out what draws us to the dark side. "Don't let your assumptions fool you — Goth Craft is a lovingly written and carefully researched piece of work. It covers the intersection of Gothic subculture and Pagan spirituality from every conceivable angle, and manages to be both fun and eye-catching along the way." —Michelle Belanger, author of The Psychic Vampire Codex and editor of Vampires In Their Own Words "An insightful, honest, and spiritual exploration of the intersection of Witchcraft and Goth." —Christopher Penczak, author of the Temple of Witchcraft series
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Imaginal Reality

Author : Aaron B. Daniels
ISBN : 9781780499376
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 33.6 MB
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This is Volume Two of Imaginal Reality, a work that has been described as "The finest book on contemporary existential magic I've ever read" (George Holochwost, Magus (1), Illuminates of Thanateros).Readers will dive deeper into the imagination of magic and learn to develop the fictional gaze necessary to claim authority and authorship of their lives. This second volume contains an extensive glossary of over 300 scholarly entries on esotericism, existentialism, psychology, and the magical revival.This volume moves more explicitly into the practice of magic - that is, the ongoing journey of claiming our lives more fully and deeply. This cultivation of intentionality and vision, though never a one-time decisive victory, can become a more habitual attitude. To gird these hard-fought realizations, this volume presents the other four voids - Nothingness, Meaninglessness, Freedom and Responsibility, and Change and Finitude - in detail.
Category: Psychology

Ardeth The Made Vampire

Author : Frater Nyarlathotep
ISBN : 9781847285164
Genre : Religion
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A magickal grimoire documenting, for the first time anywhere, practical methods for obtaining full initiation into the vampire community.
Category: Religion

Prime Chaos

Author : Phil Hine
ISBN : 1935150677
Genre : Magic
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"Prime Chaos" presents an overview of the fastest-growing school of modern occultism -- Chaos Magic. The author of Condensed Chaos presents simple, yet effective techniques for becoming proficient in practical magic, including an exhaustive breakdown of the possibilities offered by ritual magic, sorcery, invocation, possession and evocation. The resurgence of interest in magic has led to a new interest in magical groups, and Phil Hine brings a wealth of experience in groups to an exploration of the advantages -- and disadvantages -- of working magic with other people. "Prime Chaos" also explores some of the lighter and darker -- aspects of modern occultism, and presents new ideas for developing magical techniques for the 21st Century. In addition, you have on this book a unique piece of history: a cover by William S Burroughs, author of "Naked Lunch" and many other famous works.
Category: Magic

Labyrinth Of Chaos

Author : Brian Wallace
ISBN : 156184148X
Genre : Counterculture
File Size : 74.14 MB
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Have You Ever Tried To Get Lost? In this avant-garde, counter-culture novel, Alan Agrippa embarks upon a journey of Jungian individuation that encompasses both geographical and mental terrain. As he travels through England, Scotland, and Ireland, he immerses himself in a broad range of philosophical challenges to develop an understanding of a world that, until then, is unknown to him. Together, you and he are propelled to explore some of the fundamental questions of existence: the nature of physics, mysticism, and the human mind. "Labyrinth of Chaos" is a story of transcendence which challenges traditional notions of morality, politics, and love. It celebrates the best of the individual human spirit: youthful idealism, romantic longings, and the unbridled pursuit of genius.
Category: Counterculture