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  • Aug 9

    Anyone have experience with witchcraft books? Thinking of trying some spells.

  • Aug 9
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    i think you should replace spiritual with demonic

  • OP
    Aug 9
    maxx

    i think you should replace spiritual with demonic

    True! But all jokes aside it’s full of fascinating stuff. Kinda want to buy it

  • change your title to "Occult readers only" cause thats an occult book

  • Aug 9

    No.

  • I understand your interest but I wouldn’t do that if I were you.

  • Aug 10
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    OAK

    Anyone have experience with witchcraft books? Thinking of trying some spells.

    haha i have lots
    don't wanna push too many on you
    one thing i will say about occult books is that there are a lot of them that don't make it accessible for the average person who's not entrenched in it already

    The old books have valuable knowledge but they aren't very useful for a beginner, i say that as someone who isn't far off from being a beginner

    1. Angels and Archangels by Damien Echols. one of the best modern day writers on practical magic. his interviews have lots of gems too

    2. Moon Spells by Diane Alhquist. another writer who makes it easier to understand the layers of something as complex as the Lunar calendar and how it applies to your spellwork. you'll learn a lot about magic in general from this book.

    3. Hoodoo for Beginners by Marie Renard. A very deep and detailed book but she's someone who has a lot of experience in Hoodoo and it will get very specific, down to the historical roots of the practice and the branching points from one religion, one culture to the next. might not be for you if you're not looking to do rootwork but it is a good read

  • OAK

    Anyone have experience with witchcraft books? Thinking of trying some spells.

    but never forget that magic is in You first and foremost
    the majority of the creators and pioneers that created these magic systems were not rich and didn't have access to every resource in the world, and they didn't need to. Don't get so lost in learning from these people that you forget to actually do magic. it's important to trust yourself

  • OP
    Aug 10
    nevermind volverse

    haha i have lots
    don't wanna push too many on you
    one thing i will say about occult books is that there are a lot of them that don't make it accessible for the average person who's not entrenched in it already

    The old books have valuable knowledge but they aren't very useful for a beginner, i say that as someone who isn't far off from being a beginner

    1. Angels and Archangels by Damien Echols. one of the best modern day writers on practical magic. his interviews have lots of gems too

    2. Moon Spells by Diane Alhquist. another writer who makes it easier to understand the layers of something as complex as the Lunar calendar and how it applies to your spellwork. you'll learn a lot about magic in general from this book.

    3. Hoodoo for Beginners by Marie Renard. A very deep and detailed book but she's someone who has a lot of experience in Hoodoo and it will get very specific, down to the historical roots of the practice and the branching points from one religion, one culture to the next. might not be for you if you're not looking to do rootwork but it is a good read

    Thank you! Im going to research these further

  • OP
    Aug 20

    Thank you! I’m going to check out your suggestions.

  • Aug 30
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    what do you get out of these books

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    how would you describe the different kind of truth and wisdom?
    because you're right, the is a lot of levels to this. the science we understand now is an extention of magic or image
    ination.
    when u image, u project images of light in your head, in a way right? or nah?
    and we've gone thru literal hell and back to discover. how we got so many advancements from nazi experiments..
    think of stranger things, govt secret portal to alternate dimensions of demons
    one has to have a certain level of indifference, curiousity, to study things. or objectively look at situation without letting your emotion or moral compass drag you down.
    i been thinking there is a larger meaning behind words. how they freeze meaning. and how they control the concepts that we contruct in our minds. that we keep on loop, and live in a groundhog day of school
    but yea like maybe words are spells. but it sounds so goofy. but a lot of s*** we take part in we take foregranted and live in a box of it behind the deeper meaning

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    Aug 31

    op studying the dark arts

  • I hate to be a redditor but I wouldn't do this as it's not real and you're wasting your time

  • Sep 1

    Fake but if it makes you feel better or a better person overall, it’s cool too

  • Go read the Bible if you spiritually hungry. Get away from this demonic s***.

  • Christianity is popped. We in the age of Aquarius

  • white b**** thread

  • I started the audiobook of conversations with God… love parts of it but moments lean heavily towards hedonism… I guess I can’t judge others path 🙏