Magick in Theory and Practice

Magick in Theory and Practice BOOKS Magick In Theory And Practice Author Aleister Crowley Horsebackridingnewjersey.us 1976 Reprint Of 1929 Edition Many Consider This Work By Crowley To Be The Foremost Book On Ceremonial Magic Written In The Twentieth Century It Was Written Especially For Beginners As Part 3 Of Book 4 Liber ABA The Original Was Privately Printed In 1929 After Crowley Failed To Find A Publisher In London.

  • 4.1
  • 597
  • English
  • 21 March 2017
  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • 0486232956
  • Magick in Theory and Practice
  • Aleister Crowley

10 thoughts on “Magick in Theory and Practice

  1. Steve says:

    worshipping the devil shouldndt require this much reading.

  2. Ben Pound says:

    I read this book in highschool and I swear a fog hung in my brain that didn t left for months Beware reading this book, it does something to one s mind that I cannot explain.

  3. Gwyndyllyn says:

    Okaythis is an AMAZING book, but requires a cavaeatas does everything when Crowley is involved Be aware that he has laid karmic traps throughout for those who do not have sufficient ethics and discipline over their lower natures Personally, I...

  4. Maja Shinigami says:

    Napravi mi sina.

  5. Chris says:

    An indispensable and pivotal work.

  6. Max says:

    At the time I read this was dabbling in dark magic As preposterous a sentence as that is to write, it s evenpreposterous in hindsight now that I m an atheist zealot If Crowley were alive today he d be marketing his wacky wares on an informercial selling tarot cards, sacrificial doves, and a layman s guide to the major and minor demons Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law If Crowley weren t the secret poster boy for stringy acne riddled Goth boys looking to score the book w At the time I read this was dabbling in dark magic As preposterous a sentence as that is to wri...

  7. Elena Hexthorn says:

    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 It opened up a lot of new lines of thought in my mind and I think everyone needs a copy.

  8. Noah Stacy says:

    Farimportant in my youth than today, but I must still admit to a certain fondness for the Old Beast.

  9. The Elves says:

    There are numerous thingsdear Magi, that make this a great book, starting with his outline in the beginning of the book, defining magic, its theory and the postulates and theorems thereof There is also a very useful section later in the book of magical correspondences we have referenced this section for years But what really makes this book great is the seriousness with which Crowley approaches his subject he makes the magic real If you are a young magician and still hounded with the There are numerous thingsdear Magi, that make this a great book, starting with his outline in the beginning of the book, defining magic, its theory and the postulates and theorems thereof There is also a very useful section later in the book of magical correspondences we have referenced this section for years But what really makes this book great is the seriousness with which Crowley approaches his subject he makes the magic real If you are a young magician and still hounded with the doubts instilled in you about magic from a society that uses the word science to denounce magic like some people use crosses to ward off vampires without even understanding the methodology that science truly is, this book is the cure It is comprehensive, clearly written although that can t be said of everything Crowley wrote but then some of his works are actually mystical in nature and while you may not agree w...

  10. Craig Herbertson says:

    Excellently written but full of traps for the unwary Under no circumstances attempt to construct a consistent magickal practice from this book

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