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The Myth of the Will

For pure will, unassuaged of purpose, delivered from the lust of result, is every way perfect. —The Book of the Law, Chapter I, Verse 44 Willpower is the key to success. Successful people strive no matter what they feel by applying their will to overcome apathy, doubt or fear. —Dan Millman, author of Way of […]

Swordfish! (Affirmations vs. Hypnosis)

My favorite anarchic comedians are the Marx brothers. Of all their movies, I liked 1933′s Duck Soup, the crazed, anti-war political satire, the best. All of their movies were really excuses to present comic bits. Some of the bits were recreations of movie skits created by Buster Keaton; he even helped them, without credit, perform them […]

Finding Truth—The Path of the Real Magician

One of the things Israel Regardie has written is that all students of magick should get into some form of psychotherapy. Of course, this is supposed to help the student not become ego-inflated. However, there was another reason for this. Regardie told me that working with a therapist would convince students of the reality of […]

Magick 101 # 8.2: Powers of the Sphinx #2

In my previous post in this current series, I described how author Michael Snuffin (in this post) describes the concept of the powers of the Sphinx and how they are centered on the writings of Eliphas Levi and Aleister Crowley. These powers are: • To Know • To Will • To Dare • To Keep Silent For Pagans reading […]

Pendulum Magick—Part 3: Win a Free Pendulum. Last Chance!

This is the concluding part of a three-part series discussing the pendulum and how to use it for magick. For information on the contest to win a free pendulum, read on to the end of this post. In the first post of this series I described a little of the history of the pendulum as well […]