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This is a revised and updated edition of the most important and accessible instruction available to students of the occult regarding the practice of keeping a magical diary.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Weiser Books (first published 1993)
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Jul 12, 2007 Heather rated it really liked it
This is inspiring but it kind of makes one think, 'Hey, I can do better than that with life.' You've got to admire his meticulous recording. This is his retirement.
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Hm. Very much a detailed explanation into what goes into a Magical Diary. It goes into detail of things concerning the Magical Retirement, ala Adrian Mole.
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James Wasserman (b. 1948) is an author and occultist, best known for his full color publication of the Papyrus of Ani, Book of the Dead. A member of Ordo Templi Orientis since 1976 and a book designer by trade, he has written extensively on spiritual and political liberty.

James Wasserman began his career in 1973 at Weiser Books, then the world’s largest bookstore and publishing company specializin
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“This is my real bed-rock objection to the eastern systems. They decry all manly virtue as dangerous and wicked, and they look upon Nature as evil. True enough, everything is evil relatively to Adonai; for all stain is impurity. A bee's swarm is evil — inside one's clothes. "Dirt is matter in the wrong place." It is dirt to connect sex with statuary, morals with art.
Only Adonai, who is in a sense the True Meaning of everything, cannot defile any idea. This is a hard saying, though true, for nothing of course is dirtier than to try and use Adonai as a fig-leaf for one's shame.
To seduce women under the pretense of religion is unutterable foulness; though both adultery and religion are themselves clean. To mix jam and mustard is a messy mistake.”
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“O coffee! By the mighty Name of Power do I invoke thee, consecrating thee to the Service of the Magic of Light. Let the pulsations of my heart be strong and regular and slow! Let my brain be wakeful and active in its supreme task of self-control!” 0 likes
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