Free Book Now Available

June 26, 2007

I’ve finished writing the book and it can be downloaded free from Lulu. Those wishing to buy a hard copy can get one there too. Those who don’t want to go through lulu can wait. I should have the contents uploaded to this site in a few days at which time anyone who has any questions or comments can post them here.

As I said before, this book is being offered absolutely free. The download is free, and it will soon be freely available on this site. The cost of the paperback book is what lulu charges to print the book. I’m receiving no money from this.

The book itself contains an initatory system based on what I was taught, my personal experiences, and channeled information.

Have fun.

Up and Coming Free Book and Blog Stuff

June 4, 2007

I’ve started writing a very small book, ‘The Secret to All Magick’. I think I’ve gotten about half of it written and it’s only about 3000 or so words, so it will be short, but more on the contents in a moment.

I’d like to say I’ll have something ready by the end of this week, but to be on the safe side I’m going to say by the end of the month.

When it is finished I’m going to try to set up publishing through lulu. The book will definitely be available through lulu for free downloading, and I’m considering offering a hard copy for sale at cost (in other words just what lulu charges for the book, I won’t be receiving any money for it). I’m also going to post a full copy in the blog tabs (at least for a bit) for those of you who just want to read it here, along with splitting it into several sections and posting them in the main blog for commentary, discussions, and questions on individual parts. I’m thinking this will end up making the front page of the blog a bit scattered and ugly, but I’ve given fair warning.

Right now this little work is taking up a good deal of my free time, thus the short and simple post this week. Once I’ve finished with this the blog will get back to business as usual (or better yet, being updated sometimes) and I’ll get to work on churning out the next part on reading the tarot pips.

Part of my reason for doing things this way is that I hope to drive a bit more traffic and comments into the site.  But my main reason is that the work just doesn’t fit well into the blog medium. In it’s entirety it covers a lot of subjects and it’s long enough that most people aren’t going to read it as a blog post, while short enough that it’s enticing as a book read. Also all the parts of the work are interconnected and essential to understanding the work as a whole, so I don’t want it to be something that’s split across several blog posts.

As for what I’m writing, it’s a basic method meant for beginners to help them develop real magick and psychic abilities regardless of what aspect a person is interested in learning. It deals both with the theoretical information that needs to be understood along with the practical information that will achieve the results.

The methods I’m utilizing are dangerous and I already know that a lot of people will reject them because they aren’t going to want to go through with the exercises. But I can also say that I’ve verified them, these methods work, and a person should be able to develop some basic ability by following the methods in whole.

Most of what I’m writing I haven’t yet seen in print anywhere. Probably because the methods are dangerous, a lot of people will criticize them, and they’re unconventional enough to be problematic for most people. But that’s what’s required of real magick, and I don’t know any other methods to do this.

I’m hoping that this is going to help a lot of people who have been looking for this sort of stuff. The stuff I see in stores is all very basic, so I’m assuming that’s what people want or need, and yet it doesn’t really have enough to help most people.

I also know there are a lot of people out there selling simple magicks and basic princaples for a lot of money. However what’s being sold is so simple that most people aren’t going to see the type of results they want. At times they claim they’ve somehow obtained new information, yet I can trace their most profound theories back hundreds of years.

I’m not going to name any names, but I’ve seen this stuff out there. I have no need to waste my time discrediting, arguing with, or humiliating these authors. But I am going to attack them by offering for free what they’ve been lying about being able to sell.

I’ve also received some criticism that the stuff on this blog is too complicated to be useful for most people.  So here’s some stuff that should be useful for even an absolute beginner.

As always, any feedback is welcome. As soon as I have stuff ready for release I’ll put it up on the blog.

Magick 101: Types of Magickal Information

June 3, 2007

When we talk about magick, what we’re talking about can be split into four different categories or levels. Historical information, theoretical information, practical information, and spiritual information.

1. Historical Information: The first level of information, the easiest to learn, and the most useless, is historical information. Historical information is the factual information about the history of magick. Who wrote what, when was such and such founded, where did theory X originate, ect.

Although there may occur arguments at times, and some people are rather ignorant, historical information is fact based and usually easily verifiable.

Historical information has a few different uses. To begin with, it can be used to form a basis on another’s reputation. For instance Eden Gray’s information on the origin of tarot is obviously false and was easily disproved even at the time her book was written. Based on that fact, we can assume about Gray’s books that either her research was severly lacking or she is intentionally misleading the reader to further mystify the subject and better sell her book.

Historical information is also useful when one is searching for other types of magickal information. Knowing the names, and better yet reputations, of various authors and books can aid the practitioner in finding good information.

And finally when dealing with dieties or entities, myths and folklores can become very useful in identification and understanding, and at times crosses over into theoretical information.

2. Theoretical Information: The second category is theoretical information. Theoretical information can consist of unproven ideas and philosophies, but it also includes ideas which may be proven and factual. However theoretical information consists only of ideas and has no direct connection to actual application.

For instance a post on this blog detailing the various characteristics and methods of vampires is theoretical. The information has no direct application. There is nothing that can be done with the information to cause any kind of change. It can however be used to develop practical information and result in indirect change. For instance a person could use that information in order to develop methods to attack or defend themselves against vampires, which would fall into the next category.

3. Practical Information: The third level of information is Practical Information, and this is the first time the information has any kind of real use. Practical Information is information which has an actual application that can be performed and utilized. Rituals, spells, methods of psionic attack, and exercises that aid in developing astral projection techniques are all examples of practical information.

4. Spiritual Information: The fourth type of information, Spiritual Information, is the zenith of magickal information and it’s acquisition is the ultimate goal of every practitioner. Spiritual information is highly personalized and it is the information that aids you in walking your own spiritual path and is utilized in your own personal growth.

All other forms of information can be transmitted through various mediums. Someone may need to be a practicing magician and advanced to a certain state to understand some theoretical information, but a lot of theoretical information can be orally given or written down in a book. The same can be said of practical information, and historical information can always be transmitted orally or through written words. But with all Spiritual Information the information is more or less unique to the practitioner, as is the acquisition and interpretation, and as such it needs to be acquire d by each individual practitioner on their own.