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Top 5 chaos magick books
It continues to surprise me how often I am asked for recommendations of chaos magick books.
Occult ‘zines as cultural artifacts
In Treasure House of Pearls John Crow recently posted about the Theosophical journals he’s been going through in his research on Alan Bennett (interesting...
What You Should Know About the Golden Dawn, by Israel Regardie
What You Should Know About the Golden Dawn presents an interesting perspective and personal history of the Golden Dawn.
The Infernal Texts, edited by Stephen Sennitt
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.
Ceremonial Magic & The Power of Evocation, by Joseph C. Lisiewski
This books is a paradox; it is both an excellent reference book and tome and at the same time illustrates what happens when a magician becomes inflexible.
Sex Magic, Tantra and Tarot, by Christopher S. Hyatt and Lon...
Sex Magic, Tantra & Tarot isn’t an introductory book on sex magick, nor is it about sex magick in general.
Pacts With The Devil, by S. Jason Black & Christopher S....
The authors open with a bit of demonic theory and brief overview of Satanic and demonic pacts throughout history.
The Psychopath’s Bible, by Christopher S. Hyatt
The Psychopath’s Bible opens with a disclaimer warning the reader about the hazards of reading the terrible and horrifying material within.
Monsters and Magical Sticks, by Steven Heller & Terry Steele
Monsters and Magical Sticks is easily accessible even to the layperson, I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good introductory book on hypnosis.
Condensed Chaos, by Phil Hine
Condensed Chaos: An Introduction to Chaos Magic is indeed an excellent introduction to chaos magick, and to magick in general.
Prometheus Rising, by Robert Anton Wilson
Prometheus Rising is an entertaining read, and should open your eyes a little along the way too.