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  • Liber Viola: The Rite of Electric Gnosis

    Ritual tools: A violet wand device with a grounding attachment An individual to perform the office of the Scarlet Woman in skyclad, heretofore referred to as SC. extension cord A table clothed in red An on/off power switch A ring on your right index finger, must be made of conductive metal Black robe for the…

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  • Failure As Art

    I read an essay called The Aesthetics of Failure: ‘Post-Digital’ Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music by Kim Cascone. Since then, I have dedicated my life to destroying convention in all senses. Shortly thereafter, I watched a documentary on a musician named John Cage. He espoused a philosophy called indeterminacy, which is pretty much Taoist thought applied to…

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  • Poetry Collection #1

    Deciding to get into poetry again. I’ve always been reluctant to share my poems because I understand that proper poetry is hard to get exactly right. However, if I let that attitude get me down, I would never publish anything! With that in mind, my poetry is for fun. It’s little creative twitches I get…

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  • The Intersection of Gnosis and Kink

    Many ceremonial magick authors suggest practicing yoga so as to control your mind, and to be in a constant state of meditation. It helps you to create the psychodrama. The idea in general is that you want to be in some sort of trance while performing. However, there are various forms of gnosis.   Peter…

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  • DADA Manifesto

    Have you ever looked at the sky and shouted “Why?” Have you ever looked for hope and only found despair? DADA does not speak. DADA does not listen. DADA does not exist. DADA breaks the circle. DADA deconstructs the ritual. It whispers when you vibrate. It screams when you succumb to silence. DADA mispronounces. DADA…

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  • Liber HALT: A Technomancy Microcosmic Banishing Ritual

    This is a banishing ritual using philosophies I’ve outlined in this article on technomancy. Many of you are probably familiar with already established banishing rituals such as the Star Ruby and Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Golden Dawn. I will explain more in the comment below, but there will be similarities between this ritual and…

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  • Borderline Personality Disorder and Invocations

    This will be my first in a series on Borderline Personality Disorder and its intersectionality with occult topics. We will discuss how this disorder affects the magician in her work and ways to cope. I am not a professional, but I am someone who suffers from BPD. I am writing from my own experiences in…

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  • Technomancy: Command Line Magick

    Technomancy is the art and practice of using technology to carry out one’s will. This isn’t something out of a Shadowrun campaign, but a practical application of ceremonial magick. I’ve been running Linux since I was 15 when my father gave me a copy of SUSE 9.3. It came with two thick books full of…

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  • Memes as Sigilized Magick

    Memes are important, and their influence can be seen in our daily life. Memes are also a form of sigilized magick, let’s A meme is an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual by non-genetic means, especially imitation. First, I should explain some definitions…

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  • Overview of Dada Magick

    Dada is an anti-art movement from the early 1900s that turned its nose at the establishment. It ignores aesthetics. It is anti-art, which means that it represents everything art isn’t supposed to be. Dadaism breaks convention, and means to offend the senses. If magick is the “Science and Art of causing Change in conformity to…

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