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It continues to surprise me how often I am asked for recommendations of chaos magick books.
Chaos magick is results-oriented; it requires an honest appraisal of one's work and the effects achieved -- especially when results are not evident.
There are five foundational books on tarot that are required reading for the serious tarot enthusiast.
Confessions of a Black Magician, by Nathan Neuharth Original Falcon Press, 9781935150794, 191 pp., 2010 Our hero in this tale is the author himself, and as...
Interview with John L Crow ranges from the Theosophical Society, to the OTO, to why studying esotericism in university is nothing like attending Hogwarts.
Aleister Crowley: A Modern Master is far from perfect, but it will certainly spark discussion, which is a start.
Art and Practice of Geomancy, The: Divination, Magic, and Earth Wisdom of the Renaissance , by John Michael Greer Weiser Books, 9781578634316, 243 pp....
The Weiser Concise Guide to Aleister Crowley, by Richard Kaczynski, edited and introduced by James Wasserman Weiser Books, 978157634569, 126 pp. (incl. appendices), 2009 Richard...
Divination is discovering information about a person or situation, whereas fortune-telling is knowledge about events that have not yet occurred.
The Place of Enchantment is an intelligent, well-researched and well-rounded study of occultism in fin de siecle Britain.
What You Should Know About the Golden Dawn presents an interesting perspective and personal history of the Golden Dawn.
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.