Magick for geeks! We cannot escape from pop culture. It's all around us, constantly bombarding us with images, icons, and celebrities. In Pop Culture Magick: A How to Guide to Practical Pop Culture Magick, Taylor Ellwood shows you how to take the pop culture you love and apply it to your magical practice. Pop Culture Magick explores how to use modern media with practical magic to get results. Pop Culture Magick is real magick that uses comics, TV, Social Media, and other forms of modern culture to create magical workings and systems. You'll also learn the following:
How to create pop culture god-forms and entities.
How to invoke yourself into a god-form.
How to create practical techniques based on TV shows, comics and other forms of pop culture media
What practical pop magic techniques are and how to use them to get consistent results.
How to charge your sigils by playing video games
How to create your own system of magick based upon fantasy books, movies, or any other form of pop culture media.
In Pop Culture Magick you learn how to take the culture that is relevant to you and turn it into magical systems that create real change in your life. You'll discover why pop culture magick works and how it can change your approach to magick when you start applying it to create practical results in your life.
About the Author
Taylor Ellwood has been practicing magic since he was 16. He's been writing books on magic since his mid twenties, when he first co-wrote Creating Magical Entities. He is the author of Pop Culture Magick, Space/Time Magic, and many other books on the topic of Magic. Recently, he's started writing fiction again.
Taylor's magical background includes a blend of Ceremonial and chaos magic, as well as Taoist and Dzogchen Meditation. But what Taylor is best known for is developing his own magical systems, which he describes in his books.
When Taylor isn't experimenting with magic or writing his next novel or nonfiction book, he enjoys swimming, weight-lifting, traveling, reading and gaming.
You can learn more about Taylor and his ongoing projects at http://www.magicalexperiments.com