Advanced Magick for Beginners by Alan ChapmanAdvanced Magick for Beginners by Alan Chapman

Advanced Magick for Beginners

byAlan ChapmanEditorAlan Chapman

Paperback | January 1, 2008

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A new paradigm that delivers a genuine transformation of occultism. The author assumes no previous knowledge, only a willingness to explore what magick offers, yet its apparent to anyone with a background in the subject that Alan Chapman is drawing on a wide range of experience, from classical Crowleyean Magick, to eastern metaphysics, and back again to Discordianism and Chaos Magick. Chapmans writing-style is humorous, direct, seductively logical, and his enthusiasm for the benefits of magick is both tangible and infectious. The novice magician will indeed find themselves equipped to commence all sorts of magickal operations: trance work, enchantment, divination, and even some of the higher forms of spiritual development. To experienced magicians, Chapman offers a subtler challenge: he revitalises magick by cutting it free from the extreme relativism Chaos Magick bequeathed, provocatively redefining it as: the art, science and culture of experiencing truth.
, and regularly contributes to the award-winning website www.thebaptistshead.co.uk.
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Title:Advanced Magick for BeginnersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:170 pages, 7.64 × 5.39 × 0.43 inPublished:January 1, 2008Publisher:Aeon BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1904658415

ISBN - 13:9781904658412

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1) Nothing Up My Sleeve (What To Expect From Magick); 2) 'I Am External!' (The Practice of The Magickal Diary); 3) Rub a Sponge (An Introduction to Magick); 4) In the Beginning Was the Word (How to Do Magick); 5) Method to the Madness (The Fallacy of Magical Law); 6) A Model Magician (How to Believe); 7) What's In a Name? (Magical Mottos and Oaths); 8) Got Your Number (The Qualitative Practicality of Symbolism in Ritual); 9) The World As We Know It (The Available Means of Manifestation); 10) The Dirty F Word (An Introduction to Working With Spirits, Gods and Demons); 11) God Bothering (How to Work With Spirits, Gods and Demons); 12) One Portion of Death, Please (The Nature of Initiation); 13) Making Omelettes (The Prophetic Narrative); 14) Hover Boards and Silver Lycra (The Greatest Act of Magick That Can Be Performed); 15) Abseiling (The Integration of Magical Experience); 16) But Someone Would Have Told Me, Wouldn't They? (The Definition of Magick); 17) Row Your Boat (A Prophecy); Recommended Reading.