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Kaostar! will inspire strange thoughts, and this is a good thing.
This list of chaos magick books was first published in an information pamphlet created for the Hamilton Pagan Harvest Festival in September 2007.
Numerous definitions of chaos magick from its leading practitioners.
With The History of British Magick After Crowley Dave Evans has produced a useful source book for students of both magick and history.
Personality aspecting is the art of invoking, for varying lengths of time not necessarily limited to ritual space, aspects of the self other than the ego.
The Book of Kaos, by Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule Cards: Inspirational Ink Multimedia Press, 80 cards & 38 page booklet, 2004 First released in a limited edition...
And Banish With Laughter, by Soror Diotima Konton Publishing, 4903462056, 267 pp., 2006 Please understand from the very beginning that Diotima is, among many other things,...
Dunn has written a thoughtful and engaging book, though it strikes me as more post-chaote than necessarily post-modern.
Peter Carroll’s psycho-historic model of aeonics provides a useful tool with which to evaluate the past and present changes of human consciousness. ((For a...
The Paradigmal Pirate: Liber Lll And Liber Ventum, by Joshua Wetzel Megalithica Books, 1905713002, 209 pp., 2006 Chaotes seem to have a penchant for either combining...
Once you've discovered which totems speak to you, remember to personalize it with a lofty name, and encode it with indecipherable symbols, so others will know your might.
Infernal Texts: Nox and Liber Koth provide an enchanting snapshot of chaos magick's darker influences in the 1980s, the edge of which seems dulled in subsequent generations. It's an intriguing book.