Magick in Theory and Practice

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Magick in Theory and Practice

Magick in Theory and Practice

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Basic worthwhile; personally, as I read Crowley I came to the decision that his Brand of magick - Thelema, etc. This was one of the first books on Magick I ever read, I had to persevere with it at first as I read it as a teenager, but I really loved reading it.

Though a man in possession of a great mind, and no doubt nigh fathomable prowess, he was not without fallacy or malcontent. For reasons unknown to me at the time I made meditative circles every night, at sunset, for 95 sunsets in a row.As with all Crowley, at times the book is vague, at others he drones on and on, and quite a few times do you find really beautiful poetry. He recognizes them for the scourge they are, but needlessly falls short by only following such condemnations by asserting his own doctrines in their place. The greatest danger with magick is wasting your time by practicing the wrong approach and thinking it is real (i. As a coffee table book, it has all the necessary ingredients to provide distraction, much as if it were the textual equivalent of stage magic. Crowley comments in the text that Soror Virakam recognized the human counterparty of Jezel as Elias Pasha, the father of Veli Bey, a Turkish man whom Mary Desti married after she divorced Solomon Sturges.

On the subject of magical weapons, I disagree whole heartily with Crowley on the subject of producing one's own magical weapons versus obtaining it from a proper place.

Aleister Crowley was devoted to understanding and communicating with forces unknown, spirits, and gods. Shortly after was the realization that, “I have been wrong about everything my entire life, including God. The book was also dedicated to Soror Ouarda ( Rose Edith Crowley, 1874-1932); Frater Per Ardua (Maj.

The answer to this is that reality is fragile - this is the underlying framework of reality behind magickal practice. This section also includes an "Interlude", which is a humorous exposition on the magical interpretations of popular nursery rhymes, such as Old Mother Hubbard and Little Bo Peep. Subjects include: the temple, the magick circle, the altar, the scourge, dagger, and chain, the holy oil, the wand, cup, sword, pentacle, lamp, crown, robe, book, bell, lamen, and the Magick Fire (including the crucible and incense). Es wäre im äußersten anmaßend Crowleys Werke zu bewerten, das sind keine Bücher die man mal so nebenbei lesen.Dharana is the beginning of concentration, usually on a single shape, like a triangle, which eventually leads to Dhyana, the loss of distinction between object and subject, which can be described as the annihilation of the ego (or sense of a separate self).



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