Phil Hine

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Phil Hine is an author and occasional lecturer on a variety of occult & related subjects, when he gets time away from producing print & digital magazines & IT Management. He edited an acclaimed Pagan magazine - Pagan News for five years.

Back on the job - books reprinted; new group blog; contributing to journals again

Original Falcon Press is soon to be reprinting Condensed Chaos and The Pseudonomicon. A new edition of Prime Chaos is in the works too - there will be a new introduction - mostly a critique of some aspects of chaos magic ideology - and some chunks of text that I now consider to be eye-wateringly aweful will (hopefully) be removed.

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Published on September 13, 2009 01:39 Tags: blog, journal, news
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Oven-Ready Chaos

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“One cannot shape the world without being reshaped in the process. Each gain of power requires its own sacrifice.”
Phil Hine, Condensed Chaos: An Introduction to Chaos Magic

“The system loves resistance. Resistance is often creative and it feeds on creativity until the subversive becomes just another pre-packaged lifestyle on special offer. So Cease to Resist. Relax and enjoy the PandaemonAeon. Believe everything and anything. Seek not proof, but take pleasure in your choice of belief. Wipe that superior sneer of your face and try smiling (if only inwardly) at the people/institutions/beliefs that you've waged your personal war against. Wouldn't it be more fun if you didn't run around quite so hard trying to be an individual, or fighting to prove or uphold your chosen belief-system?”
Phil Hine, Rebels and Devils: The Psychology of Liberation (Revised)

“Sex and magic are intertwined experiences—sex is one kind of magic (and can be made more magical without being concerned with sex-magic at any point), and magic can be, while erotic and arousing, not necessarily sexual in the way that is often understood. There is a commonly-held belief that those who practice sex-magic are indulging themselves in wild orgiastic rites at every opportunity. This is rarely the case. After all, if you need to go through lots of occult rigmarole just to get laid, then you're a bit sad, aren't you? Then again, the occult subculture is full of SAD people, desperate to finally get laid and attempting to turn to sex-magic as a last resort.”
Phil Hine, Sex Magic, Tantra & Tarot: The Way of the Secret Lover

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“Let my idle chatter be the muttering of prayer, my every manual movement the execution of ritual gesture, my walking a ceremonial circumambulation, my eating and other acts the rite of sacrifice, my lying down prostration in worship, my every pleasure enjoyed with dedication of myself, let whatever activity is mine be some form of worship of you.”
Adi Shankaracarya, The Saundaryalahari or Flood of Beauty




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