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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

The Sorcerer's Secrets by Jason Miller

This is one great book that gives one the fundamentals of working effective magick. Many books will give you spells and rituals and maybe even some philosophy yet they will not teach you how to do effective magick. This book does! Jason Miller first starts his book with the fundamental message that magick is a skill which people can perform to various degrees. Some people cannot perform it all while others it comes naturally. In they day of old not everyone was privileged to learn about magick. You had to be selected. Some people were born into families of witches. Now for better or worse it is available to everybody.

The first part of the book starts off with basic fundamental which is something In know I will refer back to time and time again. The most important aspect of magick is meditation. THe author goes through several types of breathing exercises. Such things as vase breathing, cleansing breathing, pore breathing and energy breathing. There are also different gazes and way to charge your breath in order to do magic. Different forms of divination are discussed as well.

When it comes to magical work there are some key areas that he focuses on. These areas are influencing people, financial magick, love and lust magic and protection magick. AA main point the author likes to make is that in order to succeed one must use both magical and non magical means. His magic covers herb lore from voodoo aas well as their ceremonies along with stuff from ceremonial magick. Over all this man is a well rounded sorcerer who teaches you how to be a competent sorcerer.

He makes another good point that you magick can influence other s and it can help build you. Emphasize both they complement each other.

This is one of the best books on Magick I have ever read. To learn more about this author check out these websites.

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