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Date: 2011-10-31 By: Philip H. Farber
Until nearly the end of the Twentieth Century, most neuroscientists believed that once a human brain was formed in childhood, it would remain pretty much the same throughout its life. in the 1980s, however, scientists changed their minds about brain change. We now know that the brain not only can rewire itself very quickly, it can also grow new cells. What does this have to do with Magick? Philip H. Farber, author of Brain Magick: Exercises in Meta-Magick and Invocation, explains.
Date: 2010-09-13 By: Donald Michael Kraig
When the original version of Donald Michael Kraig's Modern Magick was published, 45 and 33 rpm records were nearly obsolete, the Berlin Wall was gone, and AIDS was a growing social concern. Since that time, over 150,000 readers have made Modern Magick the most popular and successful book of its kind, but, as Donald Michael Kraig himself admits, the book is no longer "modern." Here Kraig discusses the eighteen months he spent revising, rewriting, and updating the new edition of Modern Magick.
Date: 2008-01-07 By: Carl Weschcke
Do you believe in magick? Since magic is always happening (everywhere around us, whether or not we believe in it), would it behoove us to understand it so we can be an active controller as opposed to a passive recipient?
Date: 2003-10-30 By: Maria Kay Simms
Planetary Hours: the Method and the Magick for Quick Timing Decisions Success often depends on being “in the right place at the right time.” How often have you heard that said? Is it luck, or something more? Obviously, having a tool to predict ...
Date: 2012-04-09 By: David Rankine
Over the last thousand years there have been several distinct streams of Western magical practice. Running parallel are the grimoires, which focus on preparation and complex procedures to produce effective communication and interaction with spiritual beings, and the Books of Secrets, full of simple techniques using easily available ingredients. Both of these traditions have influenced many of the more recent magical traditions and practices that have developed in recent centuries. However, until recently the importance of the early Book of Secrets tradition has been largely ignored. Here magician David Rankine explains the rich, magical history behind these books.
Date: 2012-04-16 By: Donald Michael Kraig
Magick is one hundred percent natural; there is evidence of its use as far back as the earliest humans. But how has magick grown and evolved in that time span? Author and magician Donald Michael Kraig investigates three newly-released books from Golden Hoard Press that, in their original forms, were used by the teachers of the teachers of the teachers who are teaching magick today.
Date: 2010-11-22 By: Chic Cicero & Sandra Tabatha Cicero
Many people outside the magical community assume that tarot cards are used as “fortune-telling” devices—as if all human destinies were absolutely fixed without any possibility of free will entering into the equation. Magicians know better. There is no fate but what you make. In other words, while tarot cards impel, they do not compel. Like the Qabalah, the tarot is a complete and elaborate system for describing the hidden forces behind the cosmos. Chic Cicero and Sandra Tabatha Cicero, Golden Dawn adepts and creators of The Golden Dawn Magical Tarot, discuss three magical uses of the tarot.
Date: 2013-05-01 By: Donald Michael Kraig
More than a magician, Dr. John Dee was also one of the most interesting and fascinating figures of the Elizabethan Age; his work with Edward Kelly has persevered for centuries. However, written in an obscure form of Latin, they are not readily accessible. Donald Michael Kraig describes the new tools available to those wishing to access Dee's work.
Date: 2010-12-09 By: Patrick Dunn
Date: 2010-01-18 By: Donald Michael Kraig
The popularity of conspiracy theories seems to ebb and flow with the times, and right now there could not be more popular conspiracy books than those of Dan Brown. The author of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons has recently released his third book featuring symboligist Robert Langdon: The Lost Symbol. Dealing with Freemasonry and its "influence," how can myth be separated from fact? John Michael Greer's new encyclopedic Secrets of the Lost Symbol details, word for word and topic by topic, the truth of the who, what, when, and where of Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol.