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The first thing I will be doing after reading this book is checking out the back catalogue. Rhizome Ryan Posted at February 22, at 5: Here are 10 tips for how to do days of There are many valuable lessons that can be learned from this book and through his entertaining style, he makes them available to those innumerable people who have difficulty with the “traditional magical literature,” which many people find very dry and hard to engage with.
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The book discusses success and failure, brilliant ideas and not-so-clever ones. If, like me, you are among the fans that just wishes we could chain him somewhere, feed him quiche and farm him for more magical anecdotes then you have totally come to the right place. He explains how, as a six-year-old, he used the Law of Attraction to get a date with Linda Kaufman, the most beautiful girl in first-grade.
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Lon tell us about Low Magick — both his book and the subject more generallywhich in times past was referred to as thaumaturgy. Please contact me directly to order, or wait as I exorcise these disruptive delivery demons. And memoirs are not my thing at all.
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Podcast 44 — Lon Milo DuQuette. Twelve Lessons in the High Magickal Arts. The book covers so much in a great tone. Fanastic – Well-written, funny, smart, wise, and very practical. He takes a subject that is treated, at best dubiously, and at worst fearfully, and makes it funny and philosophical and interesting and important. Although this book is dealing with ‘low magick’ the stuff that you are most likely to be warned not to dabble with!
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Review: Low Magick By Lon Milo DuQuette
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I Love this book. As entertaining as they are informative, the true stories in this memoir contain authentic magical theory and invaluable technical information. Greg Stewart, Masonic Traveler Previous post: He starts with his downfalls in his early days of magic and crowns the story with his exorcism of a catholic school where despite his years of experience, he is still nearly duped by the demon.
I would definitely recommend it to others. It’s a re-read cause I got a mind like a sieve.
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Spells of Revenge and Protection. Take a fascinating journey into the life of one of the most respected, sought-after, and renowned magicians alive today: Remember Me Forgot Your Password? About Lon Milo DuQuette. My Life With The Spirits was and is a regular re-read title of mine for fifteen years. I won’t claim that this is Lon’s best book ever, but it continues in his tradition of imparting magical wisdom in a fun and entertaining fashion.
I am saying that. In this follow-up to his popular autobiography, My Life with the SpiritsDuQuette tells how a friend was cursed by a well-known foreign filmmaker and how they removed that curse with a little help from Shakespeare.
Ultimatly, this transcendent state is our true and natural state of being, our true self; it is who we really are.
Lon goes back and forth from discussing magick in a very traditional ceremonial sense and something more free form. Now I’ve found myself being drawn back to it. Overall rating No ratings yet 0.
He starts with his downfalls in his early days of magic and crowns the story with his exorcism of a catholic scho Low Magick is an account of Lon Milo DuQuette’s adventures and misadventures as a practicing magician. September 8, Imprint: That’s how big my head its! I will be frank right off the bat and discuss my problems with this text. Through this opus, the author challenges us to realize our full spiritual potential by sharing his own experience, folly, and teachings. In fact, I gave it to my partner when we first started dating by way of an explanation; if things go reasonably well, then by and large this is what I’d like my life to look like.
Think of it more like the summary conclusions of a fifty year magical campaign with a few tips thrown in combined with a really long discussion about quiche. Here we talk magic, culture, geopolitics, anthropology and the paranormal. If you enjoy a practising magician ramble about the experiences of his life then you will love this book.