Magic on the Edge: an Anthology of Experimental Occultism

Magic on the Edge: an Anthology of Experimental Occultism

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by Taylor Ellwood
     
 
Magic on the Edge features experimental essays by some well-established authors in the occult scene, but also up and coming occultists. Whether it's time magic, body dynamics, working with your neural circuits or evoking a person into your life, this book shows you what the latest experimental magic is and who's doing it. Get inspired and get on the edge of magic,

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Magic on the Edge features experimental essays by some well-established authors in the occult scene, but also up and coming occultists. Whether it's time magic, body dynamics, working with your neural circuits or evoking a person into your life, this book shows you what the latest experimental magic is and who's doing it. Get inspired and get on the edge of magic, with experts who want to explain how magic works, instead of selling you short with a spellbook.

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ISBN-13:
9781905713059
Publisher:
Immanion Press
Publication date:
01/23/2007
Pages:
316
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.71(d)

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Magic on the Edge: an Anthology of Experimental Occultism 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Chariot42 More than 1 year ago
I've been around a while, and I'm pretty omnivorous when it comes to works on magic; but I had not yet read anything by this Taylor Ellwood fellow, a name I would see popping up often enough that I recognized it. Looking around for something new, I started running down the list of Ellwood's publications. I came across Magick on The Edge and decided that an anthology would be a good place to start: I could get a feel for the author through his own writing, but also through the work he chose to include, and the author's he called friends and contemporaries. I knew I was taking a chance with something that billed itself as "experimental", but I was happy to find that the author's included here were more than competent magicians and their experiments were well in line with concepts and practices that I felt I could grasp as a 21st century magician. And not only did I get a nice feel for Mr Ellwood, I was introduced to other author's whose work I did not know. One of those, in particular, I must recommend: Andrieh Vitimus, and his book: Hands On Chaos Magic, to go along with Magick On The Edge. One is a little heavier on theory, and the other is all about doing. Between the two, you'll be plenty busy with your magic and hopefully learning quite a bit a long the way.