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HASH(0x948c9e10) étoiles sur 5 Not what I expected 15 août 2015
Par amazarak - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book was not really what I was expecting. It is roughly 200 pages, 60 or so of which are text, the rest being sketches rendered by the author following workings with the Nightside energies, which are fairly well executed. Being subtitled "a Tourist Guide to the Nightside" I was hoping this book would be a detailed account of the author's magical workings, but the text portion is mostly an overview of Nightside energies in general with only the last few pages devoted to his experiences with the workings.

The author also makes some statements regarding both Buddhism and psychiatry to which I must take exception. While discussing desire (and its supposed relationship to Buddhism) the author states that "the historical Buddha, who had grown up in such wealth the he could fulfill more desires than his contemporaries, made a point that existence is suffering, and the root of suffering is desire. As usual, old Grumpy only saw half of the picture". While I am no scholar, I have read my share of Buddhist literature and what I find quite often is that the first noble truth is usually translated "there is suffering" not existence is suffering, and the second truth "craving is the cause of suffering" not desire. This interpretation puts quite a different spin on things. Here we have a simple acknowledgement that suffering simply exists as a part of the human condition and the word craving does more accurately reflect the nature of suffering. As for referring to Buddha as old Grumpy, I suspect that the author may mistakenly assume that Buddhism is essentially pessimistic, but anyone who has made more than a superficial study of the literature knows it is not. Acknowledging that suffering exists and that everything is transitory does not mean you need to adopt a fatalistic or gloom and doom attitude toward life. If anything, it can make you appreciate life even more.

Fries seems to have a low opinion of psychiatry as well. On page 49 the author states that "every year serious psychiatrists invent dozens of absurd new mental diseases, including stuff like 'oppositional defiance disorder", which makes patients disagree with authority figures, such as psychiatrists. While mental disease are invented by the dozens, the actual evidence for them remains slim. After decades of intense research, the psychiatric industry has failed at proving organic defects in the brains and nerves of patients'. First of all, psychiatrists, do not just "invent" illnesses. Their conclusions must be supported by research and peer review (something which this book might have benefited from). Also, the statement that the psychiatric industry has failed at proving organic defects in the brains and nerves of patients is completely false. Many neuroimaging studies exist which have shown brain abnormalities in people suffering from mood disorders.

Overall I do not recommend this book. I found it rather sparse on information relating to the Qliphoth, although some people might find the sketches useful for their own magical workings. For studies related to the Qliphoth, I would recommend the works of Kenneth Grant, Linda Falorio, and Thomas Karlsson instead.
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If you are into occult art or the study of the qlippoth, this book is a must-have. The illustrations alone make it worth the price.
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