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5.0 étoiles sur 5 How to read Magick Book 4 26 août 2015
Par longjibbers - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This review is intended to help the reader decipher what looks like an overly complicated book. Read this review while looking at the book's table of contents.

Step 1: Read the Prelimary Remarks found at the beginning of Book 4 Part 1 Mysticism. This is Crowley's major thesis for the book. His thesis is one of the most profound in the history of Religion.

Step 2: Read Liber E and Liber O found in Appendix 7. Immediately undertake the practices discussed in these two libers. At least begin doing the Diary and Asana sections from Liber E and the Lesser Ritual of the Pentagram from Liber O. Also recommended is a practice called Resh, which is found in Liber Resh in Appendix 7. The Ritual of the Pentagram and Resh both involve memorization, of words and movement. It will take a couple of weeks to get comfortable. Be patient and don't be too hard on yourself.

Optional Step: You can now read the book from the beginning starting with the Editor's Introduction. Do this if you do not have much background in the subject. If you get 5 pages in and are bored, skip it. Come back to it when you feel like it.

Step 3: After beginning to put Liber E and Liber O into practice begin reading Part 1 Mysticism. This section will give you insight into the meditation practices of Crowley's system. Take notes. It will elaborate on questions you may have concerning instructions found in Liber E, and also Liber RV and Liber Jugorum (two important books both found in Appendix 7).

Optional Step: There is a student reading list found at the end of Part 1 Mysticism. I suggest that you begin to get familiar with at least one or two of the works found here. They are all important. The hard work and study that you put into the works on this list will be repaid exponentially. A sufficient beginning would be The Equinox, 777, and the Eliphas Levi book.

Step 4: Read Part 2 Magick (Elementary Theory). By giving descriptions of the furniture found in the temple, Crowley gives you information on not only what is necessary for a physical temple; he also talks about what is necessary for your inner temple. This book is as much about the physical temple as it is about the mental and spiritual temple found within each of us. If this section becomes boring, just think of it as a kind of discourse on ethics and ontology, Crowley style. Taking notes will make it easier.

Step 5: Before going on to Part 3 Magick in Theory and Practice, you must read Liber AL aka the Book of the Law if you haven't already. This book is the cornerstone of Crowley's philosophy of Thelema. In Magick in Theory and Practice, Crowley constantly references concepts from this book. The Book of the Law can be found in Part 4. This section contains a photocopy of the original handwritten Book of the Law, Liber 31 or XXXI. This is the original document written down by Crowley in 1904. Also in this section is a typed print copy, Liber 220 or CCXX. I recommend reading the typed print copy Liber 220. Crowley's handwriting is very difficult to read. The handwritten copy becomes valuable once you begin to memorize the Book of the Law.

Step 6: At this stage before reading Magick in Theory and Practice, I also recommend reading One Star in Sight. This can be found in Appendix 2. It gives you an overview of the A.'.A.'. training system. The reason why Crowley will be important for hundreds of years in the future is because no teacher has amassed such a beautiful system of instruction, and that system is called A.'.A.'.. Luckily most of the fundamental A.'.A.'. instructions are found in this book and another book called Gems from the Equinox.

Step 7: Now you are ready to begin reading Part 3 Magick in Theory and Practice. It is a difficult read. The first time through may not make much sense. But given time and study, it is an incredible book. Take notes. Write about insights in your diary. In my years of reading, and rereading, and studying different books, no other book presents such startling new insights for each reading like Magick in Theory and Practice. Be sure to record new insights in your diary each time you read it. It's truly a magickal book.

Optional Step: Highly recommended is Bill Heidrick's Study Guide for Magick in Theory and Practice. Google it and it will come up. Heidrick gives you a brief outline of the contents of each chapter and some information on the rituals in the appendices. This may be of great help to you in the beginning.

Take about three to six months (or even a year) to complete the whole reading. Do not rush through it. The rest of the reading sequence is up to you. I recommend 3 books for the next step. First is Eight Lectures on Yoga. This book elaborates on Part 1 Mysticism. Secondly I recommend Magick Without Tears. This book fleshes out the system of magick that Crowley teaches. It's the last book written by Crowley, and it comments on nearly everything that came before. Third is Gems from the Equinox. This book is a compilation of material like Book 4. Gems from the Equinox is a good substitute for the Equinox set of books. It has most of the essential A.'.A.'. material that is left out of Book 4. After you've tackled these books and you're farther along in the system, next is The Book of Thoth. It's Crowley's final masterwork. In my opinion it is just as important as Magick In Theory and Practice.

Keep up your practices and your diary as you see fit. Read Magick in Theory and Practice once every 3 or 4 years. The book and it's insights change as you change. Good luck!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A life time of devotion. 4 août 2015
Par Edgar martinez - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
It is hard to review this book since it is Crowley's thesis and seminal work. It is not a "story book" but the foundation for a philosophy and a way of life. I think the only way to rate is is through experimentation and observation.

I first bought this book in 1997 and have tried with all my might to disprove the thesis laid out in the theory of Magick. I am now 35 years old and on the cusp of wholly accepting the premise of the thesis. I have spent the better part of 2 decades attempting to disprove it through experimentation. At last I am resigned.

I do not recommend this book to a dabbler. Many people will consider themselves masters after reading it (it is after all, very enlightening). But the strengthening of the will is in many cases a very long process.

Read this book at your own risk but the sure sign of an amateur is the one who having read it thinks they have mastered it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Primary Teachings 4 juin 2017
Par Daniel L. Sweet - Publié sur
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Of all the material available on the occult, this mighty work is a must! Aleister Crowley contributed greatly to our knowledge of spiritual things, and this work is a fine edition. Updated & expanded by the O.T.O. et al , it contains primary magical teaching-praxis and all, by Crowley and his confidants at that time. It should be in the library of anyone interested in the Mysteries. Plain & Simple
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Also very sturdy build of book 30 janvier 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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Wow!!! This book is HUGE. Very impressed with all the editor's notes in this edition, I've been subsisting on a john symmons edited edition of Magick for over 10 years so this is juicy game to sink my teeth into. Also very sturdy build of book, I bought a 2nd rev. 2009 as-new edition.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent work from Crowley!!! 7 octobre 2013
Par Frater Aur - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I owned this book once before, but somehow it got away from me. This is the newest edition out. I loved the cover art and the excellent editorial. The material is very detailed info by Crowley on achieving the godhead or uniting the microcosm(Man) with the macrocosm(the Universe), achieving knowledge and conversation with your "holy guardian angel", in the Christian religion it is equivalent to being saved (becoming one with God). Most religions work the same way they just use different words and definitions. Crowley is not for the beginner, especially this book. It is very intense and intricate which can be extremely hard to understand. The editor notes and introduction will help the beginner tremendously, but this is an advanced book. Quality of the book is very nice and durable. Very satisfied with this second revised edition, printed in 2012. A must for any student of the O.T.O or "The Great White Brotherhood."
Frater Aur
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