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Devo

The best books that I always recommend are “Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner” by Scott Cunningham “Buckland’s Guide to Witchcraft” by Raymond Buckland These give a nice overview of magick, history, spells, and traditions. Everyone always says to figure out your tradition first, but i actually read a LOT before I figured out where my niche was, so don’t be discouraged if it takes time for you to find your god/esses or tradition that you want to follow. It all comes in time. But truthfully, if you want to get into magick, the best thing to do is… Read more »

BikerChick
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BikerChick

BAD BAD BAD IDEA. I know people who thought this was such a cool idea – – until they actually figured a few things out and did something they could not stop. Not only have they felt extreme guilt and remorse ever since, not a day goes by when they are not fearful it may be their last.

Not cool, neat, groovy, stylish, whatever you want to call it – it is something you do not need to be playing with – it is NOT a freaking toy!

Steve C
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Steve C

An excellent book is Magick in theory and practice, by Aleister Crowley.

masterwitchphd
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masterwitchphd

I take it that you’re ready to seriously start. I started with the School of the Wise. Learning about the odl ways is nothing to be taken lightly. The School Of The Wise Welcome to the School of the Wise. Here at the School of the Wise (SOTW) we are dedicated to providing you with quality classes on paganism, and many “New Age” subjects like Psychic Development, Numerology, Witchcraft, Magick and many others. We have many free classes offered. http://schoolofthewise.com/school/ ~*~ also try here too! WitchSchool.com Witch School Features * Multiple choice testing * Progress Reporting * The Unique WitchSchool.com… Read more »

Mitch V
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Mitch V

Before you can do magic you have to know the origin. In early times, anyone who could do the unexplained was known as a Magi not magician. When someone could navigate a vast desert without landmarks at night, they thought it was by some form of magic. Later it was discovered that they used the stars to navigate and the people then where known as wise men. So if you want to do “magic” read science books and become smarter than the people around you. Then the uneducated with think your doing real magic. Guess because you believe in real… Read more »

Anne
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Anne

Take a look at this, let me know if you have any questions

http://motheranne.tripod.com/magicallifestyles

Tamara
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Tamara

Go to your library or bookstore and look at the books in the occult section. Some are better than others. Some are awful. Read a lot of them and after a while you will get a clue as to which books are better, though I will give you a list of some good ones. You should also look at different magickal traditions and get a sense of what you gravitate toward. There’s Wicca, Voodoo, Thelema, Chaos Magick, and others. Most of these are religions that have a magickal aspect to them. If you only want spellcasting without the religion you… Read more »

LadyJoy
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LadyJoy

Hi, honestly Magick to a lot of people is a life path or a religious belief. I don’t think you can just jump into doing spells, it’s important to learn the values around it first.

However, I am down to help you if you are going to follow the necessary steps to being able to perform spells, but like everything else in nature and life, there are rules.

What area were you interested in?

Voodoo
Santeria
Wicca
Orthodox Paganism
Druidism

Hit me up and I can give you a lot of information around any of these, I am wiccan, so I can tell you lots about that.

Bubbha Jo
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Bubbha Jo

The best “magick” to use is creative visualization. There’s lots of books out there about it. Your belief that it will work is what causes it to do so.