Download e-book for iPad: Advanced Magick for Beginners by Alan Chapman

By Alan Chapman

ISBN-10: 1904658415

ISBN-13: 9781904658412

The writer assumes no past wisdom, just a willingness to discover what magick bargains, but it’s obvious to someone with a history within the topic that Alan Chapman is drawing on a variety of event, from classical Crowleyean Magick to japanese metaphysics, and again back to Discordianism and Chaos Magick. Chapman’s writing-style is funny, direct, seductively logical, and his enthusiasm for the advantages of magick is either tangible and infectious.The amateur magician will certainly locate themselves outfitted to begin all kinds of magickal operations: trance paintings, attraction, divination, or even many of the larger types of religious improvement. To skilled magicians, Chapman bargains a subtler problem: he revitalizes magick by means of slicing it unfastened from the extraordinary relativism Chaos Magick bequeathed, provocatively redefining it as: “the paintings, technological know-how and tradition of experiencing truth.”

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Whatever the circumstances of your adopted magical persona, there is no escaping the fact that the magical name determines who you are as a magician, and it should at least be acknowledged that the identity you have chosen is an act of magick preformed on the self. If you choose a superficial and bonkers magical name, what does that say about your attitude to magick in general? Do you think this approach is indicative of the fact you're only dabbling with magick? If you choose an intellectual or symbolically complex magical name, do you think perhaps your expectations of magick are woefully off the mark?

To hope or wish is the qualification that you do not have what you want. You cannot have your chosen experience, and the unintentional experience (which is the desire for your chosen experience), at the same time. When you desire, you are making a magical decision and so an instant magical result, although, as a beginner, you are unaware that you are doing so. With time and practice, it will become possible to remember the magical act without working magick against yourself. Of course, it is a lot harder to desire the outcome of a magical act when the memory of what you actually did makes you wet yourself with laughter.

A magical act does not need to be forgotten in order for it to work. OK... So now we know that some of the more popular 'magical laws' are not essential to performing an act of magick. In order to understand how these 'magical laws' fit in with the instruction given in chapter 4, over the next page there's a table with examples of how you might perform a magical act to get your boss to resign, using the arbitrary methods we've discussed. So: what are you waiting for? EXERCISE 8 1. Bearing the outline in mind, create and perform four rituals using the first four methods given in the table overleaf, without performing the fifth.

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