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how can i learn magick?

i want to learn how to use magick and spells and stuff. i am from a catholic family. is it possible to become like a warlock or something?
and if you learn enough, can you actually cast spells on people and stuff?


  1. No, you can’t cast spells. That’s pure fantasy. Childish fantasy at that.
    The ONLY real magic comes from practice and legerdemain. You can learn it from the internet or from stores that sell the supplies.
    Sorry to burst your bubble with reality there Zippy…

  2. Magic(k) isn’t as glamorous as one would wish.
    I don’t think it improved the lives of these people either:
    Henry Cornielius Agrippa von Nettesheim wrote “Three Books of Occult Philiosohy” which was the basis for other works like “The Magus” by Barrett and Regardie’s “The Golden Dawn”. He claimed he had all sorts of knowledge about sunnoning the spirits. Despite all this occult knowledge, he died in poverty at age 41 in 1532.
    John Dee discovered Enochian Magick and tried unsuccessfully to get the spirits to bring him money. He spent the final years of his life stripped of his honors and income and was forced to live incommunicado. He died in extreme poverty at 81. Edward Kelly was an assistant who eventually abandoned Dee’s magical practices. He was killed trying to escape prison after being imprisoned for his old hobby, counterfeiting.
    Paracelsus: Thought himself a great physician, but was really an alchemist who had bizarre theories about anatomy and proscribed dangerous remedies for his patients. This man was said to be arrogant and conceited, and was shunned by the other medical experts of his time. He died broke at the age of 48.
    Aleister Crowley started out a wealthy heir to Crowley Ale. Despite all his voluminous writings blathering about developing willpower, he squandered his fortune away on drugs and prostitutes. After Musolini kicked him out, he went to France, had a nervous breakdown in spent 4 months in an insane asylum after trying to conjure a demon in a Paris hotel. His illegitimate son MacAlister died during this same attempt, apparently from fright. Aleister spent the remainder of his years sponging off former students. In 1947 he died impoverished in a flophouse, forgotten by his family, a drug addict and alcoholic. “Success is your proof ” – -Liber Al Vel Legis 3:46, Aleister Crowley
    Anton LaVey Family and friends revealed after his death that LaVey never had an affair with Jayne Mansfield or Marilyn Monroe as he had claimed. LaVey’s claims of being a millionaire, an oboist, a police photographer, etc., were all lies,and also that LaVey forced female followers into prostitution as part of his bogus “Satanic sex therapy”, took all their earnings and beat them when they didn’t bring in enough. In other words, he was a common pimp! Despite LaVey’s claims that Satanists don’t believe in charity of any kind, LaVey and his family had to live on handouts from friends and relatives, welfare and food stamps during the 80’s. He filed for bankruptcy in 1992, and was forced to sell his house to a real estate developer who allowed him to stay until he died. He died in poverty of a heart attack in 1997.
    Christian Rosenkrutz This occultist changed lead into gold, lived for hundreds of years, had amazing powers…and never actually existed!!! The whole Rosicrucian thing was started as a joke to make fun of occultists by a Lutheran minister named Valentin Andrea. Anyone who follows modern Rosicrucianism proves Andreas’ joke right…that occultists will believe anything!
    Pamela Coleman Smith painted the illustrations for Authur Edward Waite’s tarot deck. She was a member of the Golden Dawn herself. The Rider-Waite deck became the most popular of all time. She died penniless and alone in a London flat.
    Helena Petrovna Blavastky: Supposedly, the Tibetan masters she was in telepathic contact with lived for centuries. Why then was she in poor health during her final years, and only lived to br 61? Sure, she founded the Theosophical Society. She wrote many books of useless occult knowledge. She got to travel around the world. But her strange and bizarre doctrines about the “Aryan race” helped fuel the Nazi regime after her death. Ironically, her doctrines played a part in the deaths of 50 million people, including millions of her fellow Russians!
    Paschal Beverly Randolph wrote many books about sex magic, and how it could enlighten people. His works inspired people like Aleister Crowley, the members of the O.:T.:O.:., and Henri Gamache. His books are still in print. Apparently, his sex magic didn’t bring happiness, because he committed suicide at age 44, leaving his wife and son to live in poverty.
    And yet, people still buy their books!

  3. any one can become a mage, or a magu, but the key is study. I am not at all a believer of any hebrew-style faith, so, I am not certain if in your religion, you would be being appropriate to the worship of your god in the practice of the arcane arts, but I assure you it is possible. I am a highly accomplished mage, dealing with all aspects of the craft, and have to say, that the only way to learn, is to study. crowley, gardner, ravenwolf, roberts, agrippa, mathers, and such. magic is an energy, it is the art and science of causing a change to occur in conformity to the will, black magick is that which the mage controls the situation on his own terms, white magick is that which connects to the gods, and grey magick is magick which causes a change on the mortal plain in an open view. more, I cannot say to the uninitiated, but what I can say is that I hope you find the peace of mind you wish it to bring,


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