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Tine (@tine)    1 year, 7 months ago

Wizard manual, magic, etc., any good reads? looking for something well thought out, even if abstract in presentation

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Ray Butler (@trek79)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@tine, Have you read “The Wizard of Earthsea”? I love that series of books, the movies are lame though.

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Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell.. Really awesome alternate history of Napoleonic Wars where England employs 2 magicians. goes into spell details and has some creative abstract concepts on how and why spells work.

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Anonymous (@)1 year, 7 months ago ago

“looking for something well thought out”

Well if that’s the case… why are you looking for a wizard manual?

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ELI var namnet (@manimal)1 year, 7 months ago ago

Acme sells good ones, but they’ll always backfire and you’ll never get that pesky bird.

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Aline (@aleen)1 year, 7 months ago ago

Franz Bardon – Le chemin dela véritable initiation magique

I don’t know how it is called in English.
This book is very good, filled with a lot of informations (for starters and experimented) and a completed guide with a lot of technics from the basics to very experimented things.

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Tine (@tine)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@beyond,

i have a theory that i want to test out, but i don’t want complete drivel, i want to read something by someone who, even if mentally misguided, is organized and can explain their point of view well.

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Tine (@tine)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@manimal,

yea i heard about those, but i thought a coyote got into their stock and put them outta business… or was that just a rumor?

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Tine (@tine)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@aleen,

hrm, ty for the link, i am having trouble finding an english version without paying for it =), i may have to

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Tine (@tine)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@aleen,

o cool, did some research on the author, his main books are:

(1) The Practice of Magical Evocation, (2) The practice of magical evocation, (3) The key to the true kabbalah,

just downloaded (1), have you read them?

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Tine (@tine)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@aleen,

interesting, i am 30 pages in and riveted, what an interesting way to frame mental anchors and gain awareness of the body fully, im interested in the techniques now, about there

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Tobias Valdemar Broe Knudsen (@2bias)1 year, 7 months ago ago

I read about a book called the Key of Solomon, the author claims to be King Solomon, but this is impossible. It says something of 72 demons and how to “catch them” – sounds really interesting, though it’s probably a load of crap – seems very Alchemy/magick like. :)

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Dan (@danfontaine)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@manimal, OLOLOL

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Aline (@aleen)1 year, 7 months ago ago

@tine: i have never read those 3 books yet!

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11:11 (@marmstrong)1 year, 7 months ago ago

Is this a serious question? Do you really want to learn about “magic”, which is just techniques for moving different frequencies of energy, or do you just want something that’s fun to read?

I don’t know what theory you want to test out, but I can tell you right now that if you’re trying to invoke some sort of response from your environment you should stop now. There are ways of doing that, and people have used them for a long time. These practices are still very alive in some parts of the world, and they work, but it is not advisable.

Whenever you try to have an effect on your environment through magic or remote viewing or anything else like that, its depleting your photonic energy, which we need to cultivate to realize our full potential as humans.

If you’d like to hear more about this, let me know.

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