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Contains everything that beginners need to start their esoteric training
The Magician's Workbook has a single purpose: to present a graded and integrated series of practical exercises designed to teach the essentials of ritual magic.
It contains no history or theory—just forty exercises that anyone can do without prior training, special tools, or costly materials. The cont
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Paperback, 330 pages
Published September 8th 2001 by Llewellyn Publications (first published September 1st 2001)
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Some good techniques in this book that help an aspiring Magician contemplate his acts and presence in the world.
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This book reads like a textbook for a correspondence class in the Occult. If you can't find a person or group who can teach you what you need to know, then this is the perfect format for you. For the already initiated, it's interesting to go over the basics once again and expand one's perspective.
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Donald Tyson is a Canadian from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Early in life he was drawn to science by an intense fascination with astronomy, building a telescope by hand when he was eight. He began university seeking a science degree, but became disillusioned with the aridity and futility of a mechanistic view of the universe and shifted his major to English. After graduating with honors he has pursued a ...more
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