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Modern Magick Focusing on how to work real magick, this edition features an updated design, more personal stories, and a wealth of information, including more than 175 original images and a chapter on three emerging trends in magick and how readers can put them to use. It includes clear, step-by-step ritual instructions. Full description



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  • Broché: 648 pages
  • Editeur : Llewellyn Publications,U.S.; Édition : Rev Exp (9 octobre 2010)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0738715786
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738715780
  • Dimensions du produit: 28,1 x 21,4 x 3,3 cm
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Par Ayrton le 8 février 2011
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I'm still reading 58th page so I really can't tell much. I think it seems very interesting and well researched also one can look at magick from quite a different point of view. I like to read books about mystery and magick but never thought of practicing it myself. They have been like fairy tales or myths or legends for me, but since I started to read this book I felt like trying it myself the first time. The author is logical, well researched (so far), and right from the beginning he doesn't fill the book with too much spiritual metaphysical jargon. I like the way he approaches to the subject.
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Je continue d'abord l'etude Alec ce livre. C'est vraiment Clair et interessant. Je n'ai Pas beaucoup a commenter car suis nouveau dans le Golden dawn mais en tout cas c'rst valable et j'espere d'avoir d'autres semblable en clarete comme celui-ci.
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An Excellent Textbook 17 novembre 2010
Par Frater Adservio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book has been something of a modern classic for years. Several generations of magicians have grown up with this book, and it does its job quite well. Like its earlier incarnations, this edition is a quality primer on the basic topics that any aspiring magician needs to know, from theory to ritual and history. The new edition adds new material and personal insights from the author as well as nice graphics and illustrations. For fans of the older book, you'll be happy to know that nothing was excised or removed; only new material has been added.

The book itself is quite large and it feels like holding an actual textbook. The lesson format, chapter quizzes and bibliographies reinforce that impression and aid learning.

A student who completes the entire course will have a solid grounding in magical practice and be able to go on to study more advanced topics safely and competently.

However, I must say, the book doesn't give much meat when it comes to the process of elemental initiations as practiced in the Golden Dawn. I recommend augmenting this course with Kabbalah, Magic & the Great Work of Self Transformation: A Complete Course to get the full experience of Golden Dawn-style elemental initiations and spiritual development.
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A Worthwhile Primer for Qabalistic-Oriented Magical Practice 17 mars 2011
Par Brother MOLOCH 969 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It was 1988 (if memory serves me correctly) when I found Don's original MM (Modern Magick) sitting on the shelf at a bookstore. Prior to buying it, I had purchased well over a dozen books on CM (Ceremonial Magic) because I wanted to be able to conjure & summon Spirits like every Novice wants to do. I had several grimoires, one of Manley P. Hall's books, Waite's heavy tome on kabbalah, Mather's work on QBL, Crowley's books, Regardie's the Golden Dawn, and a few others. The problem with these books is that they were written for individuals who are past the Novice stage. Enter Modern Magick...

I took a sabbatical from work during the Summer of 1988 while school (re: college) was out so I could spend time studying Occultism. I began to read MM and as I did so, many things became understandable to me. When I say it was like the Rosetta Stone for me, I'm not joking. I rapidly read through MM then re-read it slower so I could digest it better. Essentially MM is laid out to take you from Novice to less-than-Initiate-but-more-than-Novice status. It does this by explaining rudimentary concepts such as the various personal rituals like the Lesser & Greater Rituals of the Pentagram & Hexagrams, the Watchtower Ceremony, and others. It even includes one of Don's own designs on banishment of fears.

The work went along well & I spent much time devoted to this work as well as Bardon's Initiation Into Hermetics as I tried to push myself to the stage where I could summon & control not only Elemental forces but also Spirits from grimoires. This worked well for me but the difference between me & thee is the work I did. Many who read such books as these end up just reading them & wishing they could do things. The key is to put into practice what you read in them! You have to learn how to attract power, wield it then focus it into what it is you desire.

What this primer did for me was help to unlock the ideas, theories & concepts of CM, basic QBL and how to work Magic without having to tie oneself down to a coven or lodge. It is geared for the private or solitary individual though a group could effectively use it as a study guide if they wanted to. The book is comprised of public lessons that Don had given some time earlier in the 80's I believe.

While not comprehensive (I don't think he intended it to be) it is an excellent primer. There are parts of it I disagree with today but in 1988, I didn't care about anything other than getting up to speed which I did. If you're planning on getting this, then you may want to study it in conjunction with W. E. Butler's "The Magician: His Training & Work", Franz Bardon's "Initiation Into Hermetics" and Alan Richardson's "Ancient Magics for A New Age" and "Gate of Moon: Mythical and Magical Doorways to the Otherworld". Together, these books will help you work on your own in a Ceremonial Magic framework and give you something to do with what you learn.

Of course there are other introductory books out there on the subject of CM but out of all of them (aside from the ones written by yours truly) Modern Magick is tops because it is competently written, well laid out and previously tested by many Novices not to mention used extensively by the author himself.

I give it four out of five stars simply because there are some things in here I no longer agree with & this is not the place to go over them. Suffice to say, if you are a complete & utter novice and your wish is to study modern CM literature, then this book will help you immensely.
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If you buy only one book on western magick ever this is the one! 20 décembre 2010
Par Codrut Popescu - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am new to magick (less than 2 years) and I have been looking for a practical method to follow. I have been researching the books of Aleister Crowley, Franz Bardon, Agrippa, books on Chaos Magick and many others and I have a large collection now of books on magick and this is the best one to follow for the magician who has a typical busy life, which is specific to our times. With no exaggeration, if you buy only one book on western magick ever, this is the one to buy. Of course, a magician has to study more than this, and every one will end up with a huge collection of books in the library. But, if you want a glimpse of what western magick is, this is the book to have. You can start with this book and build slowly with others. This will probably take years anyway. The author encourages and recommends other books in the lecture but the material contained within is self contained.
You will also need a good tarot deck, if you cannot find the Builders of the Adytum deck, or the Golden Dawn deck, you can do as well with the Rider Waite deck (which is the most well known). The rest of the paraphernalia used by a magician can be hand crafted by yourself.
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Great Starting Point 1 février 2011
Par Fastjack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is a great tool for the beginning mage. It gives information to learn many things on the Tarot, kabbalah and Golden Dawn stile magick. While I was only disappointed with the ending material of the book, I personally have no desire to practice Sex magick and I feel that his explanation of alchemy is wrong. But over all he did a superb job on the book and while I did not like the ending sex magick material I still will give it 5 stars because it is a extremely good book. I think this book is a good starting point for a beginner and I have even recommended it to all who want to go from a armchair magician to a actually practitioner.
The book has alot of material on meditation, hermetic techniques, many Golden Dawn Rituals, The Golden Dawn Creation and consecration rituals for the Golden Dawn tools, Evocation, Talisman creation, correspondence, pathworking, astral travel, Sex magick (I'm not much into this subject). This is a thick book, and if you go buy the methods as prescribed, you are on you way to being a good competent wizard.

Update Dec 2 2012: The review I made Above was from the last volume, I just recently bought the new volume which adds a new 12th lesson. Which is Chaos magick. While I'm not much of a fan of chaos magick I did like what he said and some of the rites that he did for the book. This new updated book is larger and added fixes and commentary. I still give a solid 5 stars and again while I do not care for sex magick it is still a good book. I do like to say that if you want another look at alchemy. Such as actual laboratory alchemy look at Mark Stavishes book The Path of Alchemy it is a alchemist version of modern magick were he teaches the user in layman terms, alchemy.
20 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Modern Classic Revised and Expanded 5 octobre 2010
Par Serious Inquirer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The first edition of Modern Magick was my introduction to Ceremonial Magick in 1987. The book was clear, concise, and easily accessible. It offered instructions that made the Golden Dawn system approachable, practicable, and enjoyable. Now the third edition is out and the text has been significantly expanded and enhanced, much to my delight.

This newest edition of Modern Magick goes further than either of the previous two by offering greater explanation of existent material and by giving a decent nod and introduction to chaos magick. That the author was willing to expand his work, include a new chapter on a popular, modern form of magick, and go back and explain things in greater detail only shows that he is willing to learn, grow, and practice what he preaches throughout the tome. Kudos to Donald Michal Kraig for being a magician who actually puts theory into practice and reflects his inner transformation in his work!

The text can be used by any group working with ceremonial magick in the Golden Dawn vein. It is primarily a working manual with an emphasis on practice. All of the attendant theory given is there to support and supplement the given rituals; there is not a single shred of superfluous information in the book. The book is great for the beginner and may be used safely by an individual. The adept will find value in the author's unique interpretation of the various rituals and the inclusion of work that is outside the normal Golden Dawn system but which supplements the tradition.

This is a great book not only for ceremonial magicians but for root workers, practitioners of Voudo and Santeria, Wiccans of all traditions, as well as alchemists, esoteric masons, and Rosicrucians of all stripes.

I never thought that the classic, introductory text to ceremonial magick could ever be improved. I am glad to see that Donald Michael Kraig has proved me wrong!

This book is a MUST HAVE!
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