chaos magick Archive

Toastar!, by Francis Breakspear

By Psyche
Though more books were projected, in the end, Toastar! is Evans’ and Breakspear’s final

Deep Magic Begins Here, by Julian Vayne

By Psyche
Deep Magic Begins Here is written from a place of intense and varied experience

World of Dust, by Joel Biroco

By Psyche
Joel Biroco's work has always been powerful, but World of Dust haunts.

Chaotes then and now

By Psyche
It's hardly surprising that something called "chaos magick" is in flux, both in terms

Top 5 chaos magick books

By Psyche
It continues to surprise me how often I am asked for recommendations of chaos

Chaos magick: Doing what works and more

By Psyche
Chaos magick is results-oriented; it requires an honest appraisal of one's work and the

Words of the magi: An interview with Alan Chapman and Duncan Barford

By Cole Tucker
Alan Chapman and Duncan Barford of The Baptist's Head and Open Enlightenment were kind


By Hakim Bey
CHAOS NEVER DIED. Primordial uncarved block, sole worshipful monster, inert & spontaneous, more ultraviolet

Astral Juice

By Psyche
Most people become interested in magick because they want to change some aspect of

Psyche Magic Revisited

By Anton Channing
Publish and be damned they say.  I feel a bit like that with my

Magickal Experience and Feedback Systems

By Seth
Practical magicians deal with a lot of unknowns when it comes to getting results

Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods

By Ian 'Cat' Vincent
The film opens with a montage of several comic-book writers and artists talking about