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#399 - 09/17/07 04:32 PM Occult Books
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Even with the recent..."issues" with certain forum members, I figured I would start up a thread for anyone that is curious as to which books they should read to continue to make themselves a tad bit more intelligent in the Occult "world".



Johannes Trithemius (1462-1516)
Master cryptographer and magician, Trithemius was the mentor of Henrich Cornelius Agrippa.

* The Seven Secondary Intelligences (De septem secundeis)
* Steganographia (Secret Writing) Book 1 Book 2 Book 3
* Liber octo quaestionum



Heinrich Agrippa
The most influential writer of renaissance esoterica.


Athanasius Kircher

* The Goddess: her names and symbols
* Zoroaster's Egg
* Sigillum Dei Aemeth
* Mithra
* Cabala Hebraeorum

Dr. John Dee (1527-1608)
Another influential Renaissance figure, Dee was Queen Elizabeth's scientific advisor. In later life, he became disillusioned with pure science and started experimenting with occult techniques of the day. Many of his esoteric writing were kept secret and only discovered by accident long after his death.

* Five Books of Mystery (Mysteriorum Libri Quinque)
* Mysteriorum Liber Sextus et Sanctus (Liber Loagaeth)
* Index Verborum of the "Angelic Language" from Liber Loagaeth
* Compendium Heptarchiae Mysticae
* De Heptarchia Mystica
* Monas Hieroglyphica (The Hieroglyphic Monad) English French * Tuba Veneris ('The Trumpet of Venus')
* Tabula bonorum angelorum invocationes
* The Holy Table engraving from Casaubon's True and Faithful Relation
* An excerpt form Josten's translation of the Hieroglyphic Monad
* A Letter Containing a most briefe Discourse Apologeticall
* Meric Casaubon: A True and Faithful Relation (excerpts)

Giordano Bruno (1548-1600)
Bruno was one of the most original and colorful thinkers of the Renaissance. The Inquisition considered him a dangerous heretic, and had him burned at the stake in 1600.

* De Umbris Idearum ('The Shadow of Ideas') (1582) (Latin)
* Ars Memoriae ('The Art of Memory') (1582) (Latin)
* Cantus Circaeus ("Incantations of Circe") (1582) (Latin)
* Ars Reminiscendi -- Triginta Sigilli (1583) (Latin)
* Explicatio triginti sigillorum (1583) (Latin)
* The Heroic Frenzies (English)
* De Magia (Latin)
* Theses De Magia (Latin)
* Magia Mathematica (Latin)
* De vinculis in genere (Latin)
* De Imaginum Compositione (Book I, Latin)

Classical Grimoires

* Peter de Abano, Heptameron, or Magical Elements (Latin with English translation)
* Abramelin, Book of the Sacred Magic
* Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Of Occult Philosophy I: Natural Magic
* Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Of Occult Philosophy II: Celestial Magic
* Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Of Occult Philosophy III: Ceremonial Magic
* Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Fourth Book of Occult Philosophy
* Arbatel of Magic First appearing in Latin in 1575, this book focuses on calling the 'olympick' spirits or angels. Known and used by John Dee.
* Book of Protection, Hermann Gollancz (1912)
* Armand Delatte: Anecdota Atheniensia: Containing the text of a large number of magical manuscripts, including the Magical Treatise of Solomon (in GREEK)
* Honorius of Thebes: Liber Juratus, or the Sworn Book of Honorius. This thirteenth century Grimoire is one of the foundation works of European magical practice. It was one of Dr. Dee's sources for the Sigillum Dei Aemeth.
* Key of Solomon This is the most famous and influential handbook of magic. Mathers' edition.


More will be posted when further interest in shown.

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#434 - 09/18/07 10:53 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: Brother J]
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Armed with all those tomes one is sure to look more intelligent and experienced in the Occult especially when they quote from them. If one actually read them they will be generally as deluded and comical as a blind man chasing after a used tuna can in a trash can behind a restaurant thinking he is in a whorehouse, add some dog poop and it becomes a full service whorehouse.

I don't disdain the accepted "occult" for little or no reason, nor do I deny the power of the individual (having seen it for myself), you came here of your own free will.



Edited by Cody (09/18/07 10:56 AM)
Edit Reason: I felt I needed to add the word "generally"

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#461 - 09/19/07 04:40 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: Brother J]
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I don't dare say as much or as harsh as Cody...

But if ye are so learn-ed and wise... what are you doing here?

I almost got you mixed up with "Darkstar(somenumbers)", because you both share a same kind of arrogance.

So, what do you attempt to gain, or learn, here? Or are you here to teach, and if so, what exactly is your tutilage?
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#474 - 09/19/07 01:23 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: daevid777]
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Since me and Brother J are the only ones here besides yourself I would expect you might be talking to us both, as for me I am here for entertainment purposes only, yet there might be some kernels of truth in the rotten corn cob for one to gnaw on or not.
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#528 - 09/21/07 04:40 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: Cody]
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Read Mircea Eliade for a real mind altering experience...

The Sacred and the Profane
Images and Symbols
Rites and Symbols of Initiation; mysteries of birth and rebirth
The Myth of the Eternal Return
Occultism, Witchcraft and Cultural Fashions
The Forge and the Crucible; the origins and structure of alchemy


These books will redefine Satanism for you...if you have the courage.
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#564 - 09/22/07 08:32 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Cody]
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 Originally Posted By: Cody
Armed with all those tomes one is sure to look more intelligent and experienced in the Occult especially when they quote from them. If one actually read them they will be generally as deluded and comical as a blind man chasing after a used tuna can in a trash can behind a restaurant thinking he is in a whorehouse, add some dog poop and it becomes a full service whorehouse.

I don't disdain the accepted "occult" for little or no reason, nor do I deny the power of the individual (having seen it for myself), you came here of your own free will.



Huh? The accepted occult? Your post here is not clear. If you have a problem with the books above perhaps you should state your intentions better. I heard the book on Mithra was actually quite well researched, though I have not read it myself.

Reading the old grimoires is a good way of taking a peak into the hidden machinations of the human mind in its essence. Occult means "hidden" after all.

I'm on the Book of Mirrors at the moment, it's not out in print yet -

http://www.abrahadabra.com/tableofcontents.htm



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#639 - 09/25/07 03:09 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: 97and107]
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The "Book of Mirrors" is in print ISBN# 564-6540-654234 prefaced by a rant from an individual who only identifies himself with the number 1911.

Edited by Cody (09/25/07 03:11 PM)

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#668 - 09/26/07 03:41 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Cody]
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If I am to understand from your post that you do not believe these volumes to be adequate then pray tell which volumes you think are relevant. Also, explain your aversion to these tomes. Do you find them to be drivel?

Though I've not read them myself, books by Austin Osman Spare come highly recommended (though many are either out of print or extremely rare), as well as books by Israel Regardie and Peter J. Carroll.
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#672 - 09/26/07 06:30 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Draculesti]
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"In the Shadow of the Shaman" By Amber Wolfe
"The New Magus" By Donald Tyson

Both give you a different angle on core principals and set a solid foundation. Once you learn the core, any further books are simply repetitive.

Of course there are specific books an topics like herbs, color and candle magic, and of course religion based books on SantaYariba and Wicker. But even these are nothing more than "label makers." Placing large obvious icons on core forces to serve as training wheels.

I never saw the need people have to own so many books that say basically the same thing. Once the core principals are learned, its all personal discovery.



The core is simple.

A) There are three types of magic.

1) Controlling your own force.

2) Controlling the universal force

3) Manipulating entities to control forces for you.

B) Props are used as training wheels that allow your mind to grab and manipulate your chosen force. Props become unnecessary and power can eventually be wielded from within your own mind.

The next faze people seldom get to.

c) There exists the ability to see the threads of cause and effect that interconnect us. A realization that you cause all of your own problems. removes the need to use A or B.

Also by this point the mind should be in tune to the point where access to forces happens automatically at a subconscious level making casting completely unnecessary. The simplest way to explain this concept is: Your world is like it is because you have attracted it. What surrounds you is what you have inside of yourself. By changing your core, you improve your success. (A simple explanation of a complex concept)

That is of course, If you believe in the occult.

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#762 - 10/01/07 04:37 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Brother J]
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as most viewers of this thread can guess by now, the realm of "occult" is vast.

when suggesting good occult material, one might as well suggest certain books that contain... words.

narrow it down to a specific category. no general occult list could ever hope to satisfy two occultists. if you're looking for (or suggesting) a good chaos magic book, then say so. if it's regarding ceremonial magic, then that's another matter... and so on.

i have my favorites, but then i'm sure every magician does. want to hear about them? ask.


Hail the new Satanic Aeon!


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#991 - 10/09/07 01:47 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: Cody]
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 Originally Posted By: Cody
The "Book of Mirrors" is in print ISBN# 564-6540-654234 prefaced by a rant from an individual who only identifies himself with the number 1911.


You've just confused me thoroughly. What book are you talking about, link please?

I'm talking about abrahadabra.com with the online not in print series of essays and geometric mirrors by the alchemist who goes by the name of m1thr0s.

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#1003 - 10/09/07 12:29 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: 97and107]
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If you wasted your time searching for it then you got exactly what you deserved.
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#1005 - 10/09/07 01:29 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Cody]
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Correct me if I am wrong (which I think I am), but the impression I am getting is that you are very familiar with occult materials, if not circles, and that you consider your own enterprise and experience to have been a thorough waste. So in order to better serve mankind you have responded to this thread every other post to get the global literary economy back on track...

What do you recommend I read, if not this thread?

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I have achieved the best results with Crowley, and Robert Anton Wilson has helped me to open my mind to new ideas. Studying chaos magic, chaos theory, and quantum physics has helped me to gain a better understanding of what is POSSIBLE...

I have found the Kabala indispensible, the Tree of Life mainly, not so much the Tora, the Talmud, or Gematria. I find religious scripture about as useful as mathematics and numerology. But that is my personal preference.

Believe it or not, I have tried some Scientology techniques (Lock Scanning), and got terriffic results in a short amount of time.

Lately I have been focusing on Shamanism and practices of "intending". I have found Shamanism offers a great mixture of ecstasy and power. It's also a great substitute for alcoholism.



Edited by Chandler (10/09/07 01:38 PM)
Edit Reason: substance needed for serious posters.

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#1008 - 10/09/07 02:59 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Brother J]
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I find that most, if not all so called “occult books” are either filled with mumbo jumbo bullshit, aimed at the new occultist, who is looking for meaning in their lives, or more often, they rip off ideas from philosophy, or psychology.

The best way to learn “magic” is to objectively study ones own nature, and honest self examination for ones thought processes, and to learn from people who have spent a life time studying the nature of the human condition.

Yet, it is much more difficult then that, because even great visionaries, psychologists, and scientists, often times fall into the trap of “tunnel vision.” They become victims of their own legend, and will stubbornly hold on to their beliefs, even when they are proved to be faulty or invalid.

Some ideas can come across as so brilliant, and true, that we instinctively accept them as fact, because they touch something within us, and WE want them to be fact. This may cause us to, no longer search other ideas, and “paths,” but instead continue to search for sources that will VALIDATE what we have become to believe. We look for things which make us feel good about ourselves, and things that might go against our belief system, fills us with anxiety.
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#1017 - 10/09/07 07:42 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Asmedious]
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Good show, Asmedious!

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“occult books” are either filled with mumbo jumbo bullshit... or more often, they rip off ideas from philosophy, or psychology.


I find this fascinating, considering what "science" has "ripped-off" from "occult" practices over the centuries. The tide has turned, or churned, or turned and then churned.

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Some ideas can come across as so brilliant, and true, that we instinctively accept them as fact, because they touch something within us, and WE want them to be fact. This may cause us to, no longer search other ideas, and “paths,” but instead continue to search for sources that will VALIDATE what we have become to believe.


I had to put this out there again, it's much too valuable to overlook.

This is the downfall, and by downfall I mean "definition" of every sect of every "religion" that ever was. This especially goes bad when visual or audial hallucinations are involved, when the "visionary" or "prophet" has great powers of persuasion, or everyone else is living in a world of shit, whether that be due to war, poverty, subjugation, slavery...

I saw the writings on the gold plates, but the angel told me only I was able to behold them. To read them I needed a crystal shewstone, and I'm the only one who can see that too. The cave, you ask? Oh, secret... sorry.

Do you see it? Jesus Cristo! Aqui! Where? On the Tortilla!!! Holy shit grandma, it kinda does look like him.

Go get your cousins, and the camera!!!

And now we have the "Jesus on the Tortilla Commemorative Museum" - or something like that:
Shrine of the Miracle Tortilla:
Address: 203 Broadway, Lake Arthur, NM [Show Map]
Directions: Hwy 2 south from Roswell.
Hours: Closed! Tortilla broken.

Of course, I'm ruining Asmedious's insight, so I'll just say this: These were some instances of nut-jobs that happened to convince a great many people.

Think about a more serious individual, likely brighter and more educated. And, more importantly, someone not trying to convert anyone. Seeing is believing, but in the instances applied mental strain, I'd say I might need a second opinion. Craziness or Evangelism ensues... or both.
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#1026 - 10/10/07 10:14 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: daevid777]
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You know, I hear that Jesus was shaped like a birthmark.

"Ripping off" and "borrowing" etc. ought to be mandatory for developing new ideas. If a scientist, an artist, an occultist, a dancer, or anything, hasn't been able to synthesize existing ideas, I would be wary of his original ones.

One of the great contributions of Isaac Newton was to become a mouthpiece for squirrels, who have always intuited enough physics to know they ought to cling to bark for dear life.

One night on DXM, a giant glob identifying itself as "the truth" came to me, and we shared communion. Apparently "the truth" gets to decide whether or not there is a god, whether there is space and time... he can even decide there never were any of these things all of a sudden. "The truth" is superomnipotent: he can make everything what it is, and then innocently blame all the power on you, and he's still right.

So I'm never taking the truth for granted again.

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#1077 - 10/14/07 03:23 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: Chandler]
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Would agree with some people's reply, and some not, the occult aspect has never held any interest to me. I think modern science, is the evaluation occultism, to some point. since has take occult idea's and sometime have turned them into fact, or attempts to make them fact.

I agree, life can not be explained or found in, no one book, idea, philosophy, that will satisfy, the human drive, to understand. I think as we move, we must evolve and not become stagnant.

As for "Mr. truth" (truly funny to me), i would agree, that way of thinking is very dangerous.

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#1204 - 10/19/07 03:30 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: blackdragon31560]
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I think a lot of occult work (both academic and practical) should just be regarded as scientific experimentation. What works for one magician doesn't work for another. Each of us only have access to our own faculty of wisdom, and that of others only through our own faculty of understanding. A bunch of words on a page only goes so far, certainly no farther than a bunch of data that one hasn't checked on one's own. Modern science, true or false, is regarded with the same dogmatic compulsion to "believe" as any blind cult of personality. The only exception to this would be the scientists themselves.

I think the most important step of the scientific method is to compare results, which means not just buying into other people's findings, before repeating their experiments yourself. Billions of people have been known to fuck up all together in a big orgy of naked stupidity. It happens everyday.

But we are all experiential scientists. I just try to focus on the sciences that are at least intended to produce results and glean knowledge that I actually desire. I could give two fucks and a half about how the Universe began, or how big it is, if none of those phenomena are going to impact my life.

Anything done with the intention to fulfill my own goals is better than the most reliable way to manifest ratshit. It would be more intelligent to employ a doomed method of pursuing self-fulfilment, rather than a perfect method of wasting my time counting nanometers or comparing rabbit turds to find out what they eat that makes their ears so floppy.

I have seen guys like A.E. Waite recommending some utterly asinine occult practices that I would not be impressed if my dog emulated, because not only do they incorporate no skill or innovation whatsoever, but Waite's instructions if followed without deviation are guaranteed to produce no effect. He neglects the singularly indispensible element of magical practice, which is mental attitude. In short, he is well read, and well rehearsed, but Waite was a phony -a charlatan. Going through ceremonial gestures with no understanding makes for good geriatric calisthenics, which may have served Waite when he was getting beat up by the popular kids on the baseball team, but it doesn't produce any magical effects other than increased blood flow to the penis mounted on his forehead.

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#1352 - 11/01/07 11:30 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Brother J]
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Any occultist serious about mysticism would be advised to give the Nag Hammadi texts (particularly the Gospel of Thomas) a read, as well as the Corpus Hermetica.

These ideas spring from Neoplatonism (of which the most prominent exponent was Plotinus - see his Enneads), which was the synthesis of Pythagoreanism (with its esoteric, occult and mystical beliefs - the origin of Western occultism, heavily influenced by the Mystery religions), and the Socratic schools (with a rational, down-to-earth approach, focussed on practical living, yet with some 'worldly' mysticism).

Gnostics (and later Cathars), Hermeticists, Kabbalists, Sufis, and many others were influenced by Neoplatonism, mixing it with their indigenous mythology and symbolism.

Modern Romantic thinkers, including Hegel, were strongly influenced by the Pythagorean/(Neo)platonic/Hermeticist schools. Hegel was also into the occult and Mesmerism (the precursor to modern hypnosis, but with a very 'New Age' worldview).
See Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition (by Glenn Alexander Magee) for more on this.
Hegel wrote that the True is a Bacchanalian revel in which no one is not drunk.
A clear reference to the cult of Bacchus (and Plato's Form of the True), which symbolised mystical ecstasy as intoxication (often achieved with the aid of physical intoxicants...)

If you read the end of Nietzsche's 'Beyond Good and Evil' (before his poem), Nietzsche has a nice little chit-chat with Dionysus, of whom he is his "last disciple and initiate".
Dionysus, praising man as 'an agreeable, brave and ingenious animal' who 'knows how to find his way out of every labyrinth' - urges him to become "stronger, more evil and more profound... also more beautiful!"

Hail Satan! \:D

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#1937 - 11/15/07 08:28 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Meq]
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read everything you can get your hands on, try everything and decide for yourselves. What ever appeals to you is right for you everything is intertwined any way and it all spirals into what ever you make it be.
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#2139 - 11/22/07 12:50 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Cody]
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yo buddy wat r ul talking about???????

im one of the few members from this part of the world i wanted some help on practising Satanism and black magic if anyboby could give me tips on that????

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#2159 - 11/23/07 07:51 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: satan666]
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ANy thing by Regardie will bring you up to speed on Cerimonial magic, The Book of the Law by Crowley and his edited version of the Goetia, The Satanic Bible and Satanic Ritual, Don't bother with the satanic witch and if you can get the series of books about the Necronomicon by Simon.
These I think are all fairley good places to start.If you can't find the books a good place to download them online is Gigapedia they have some good stuff on there that should help you in your journey along the left handed path
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#2269 - 11/26/07 03:53 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: jesusbeater]
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Do you really believe the "Book of the Law" is a good place to start? Or Regardie, for that matter.

Agreed upon, the "Satanic Bible" and the "rituals", but the others? Satanic Bible is, definitely, first grade reading, but not anything by Regardie, or Crowley. I think this is a step too big for any young novice.

You should just have him read Waite's "The Holy Kabbalah", and be done with it...
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#3599 - 01/20/08 01:55 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: daevid777]
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Reading to gain knowledge is one thing, but to actually perform magick is a totally different experience. One can read until there balls turn blue and still won't feel the power or understand what its like to feel the power of ritual. There are way to many of what I call (arm chair Occult) who read a few books or look up a few quotes here and there from certain books, and then try to claim that there an expert of the occult science. I enjoy the hands on experience then just book experience and never will claim I'm an expert because there is always so much to learn and to experience. So reading may teach you certain things and the basics but it can't teach you experience...
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#3685 - 01/24/08 07:52 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Noc]
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Robert Anton Wilson:

The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles (not to be confused with his other trilogy entitled "Illuminatus")

Cosmic Trigger Vol. 1

Masks of the Illuminati

Prometheus Rising

Christopher S. Hyatt:

Undoing Yourself With Energized Meditation and Other Devices

To Lie is Human; Not Getting Caught is Divine

Tantra Without Tears

Pacts With The Devil

Rebels and Devils (A compilation by Hyatt and others)

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#3694 - 01/25/08 03:11 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Soluna666]
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...please don't turn this thread into just a list of books - try telling us why you think these books are worth a look.

Thanks.

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#3756 - 02/01/08 09:47 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: satan666]
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 Originally Posted By: satan666
yo buddy wat r ul talking about???????

im one of the few members from this part of the world i wanted some help on practising satanism and black magic if anyboby could give me tips on that????


"Think And Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill
"The Mack Within" by King Flex

Fuck this magic occult shit. if that shit really worked satanists and wiccans would be rolling in money and hoes. instead of working nine to five and kissing some rich guys ass for a living, and being married to some fat ugly goth bitch.

Why is it that the ones that practice the "magical arts" are the poorest? Take for instance Voodoo, Santeria, Candomble, Macumba. You know how many hundreds of millions of indigenous people around the world practice some form of magic? and most can't muster up the magical power to buy a good home cooking or learn to read? How many people in Haiti, with all their voodoo shit are living large, and getting what they want out of life?

Magic isn't about demons, or satan, or chicken blood, dark incantations, or hidden secret knowledge in some tree of life man.

Right Thought -
Right Emotion-
Right Action -

What thoughts you entertain in your mind while you are awake fuels your emotions. These emotions governs and influences your actions. Your actions produces results in life. All the imagery used in magic is to alter the state of consciousness and enhance a certain required feeling.

Then there's tapping into thoughtforms. Once I tapped into the comic character Two Face from Batman and asked him for a favor - to get rid of a person i didn't like very much in my life, in return for a shiny quarter. I forgot about it and 6 months later he was gone, and i gave Two Face his quarter.

These thoughtforms are like collective bank account. The more people buy into it and invest their energy into it, the more collective force it has to be tapped into and used. Most of these ''demons'' and spirits in those old magical books are bankrupt.
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#3757 - 02/01/08 09:55 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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And watch out for Chickenhead man.
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#3758 - 02/01/08 10:04 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: Soluna666]
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 Originally Posted By: Soluna666
Robert Anton Wilson:

The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles (not to be confused with his other trilogy entitled "Illuminatus")

Cosmic Trigger Vol. 1

Masks of the Illuminati

Prometheus Rising

Christopher S. Hyatt:

Undoing Yourself With Energized Meditation and Other Devices



I have these. Great stuff. Undoing Yourself was excellent.
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#3759 - 02/01/08 10:11 PM Re: Occult Books [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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Most of these ''demons'' and spirits in those old magical books are bankrupt.


TSB covers this in the first few pages.

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"The Mack Within" by King Flex


Sweet Jesus! I just thumbed through a few pages of this on Amazon - required reading!

I think we are going to get along just fine....
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#3767 - 02/02/08 11:07 AM Re: Occult Books [Re: Fist]
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 Originally Posted By: Fist
 Quote:
Most of these ''demons'' and spirits in those old magical books are bankrupt.


TSB covers this in the first few pages.

 Quote:
"The Mack Within" by King Flex


Sweet Jesus! I just thumbed through a few pages of this on Amazon - required reading!

I think we are going to get along just fine....


Man you gotta get The Mack Within, it is hilarious, I couldn't stop laughing, but King Flex actually teaches you how to mack a bitch. Now thats Magic.
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