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What are "Pathworkings?" Within the organizations where I trained, the term has quite a specific meaning, and that is a fantasy journey, a journey in the imagination, that has been crafted along Archetypal themes to achieve specific result. Although the term is often used interchangeably with "fantasy journey," I am using it here for a specific form of fantasy journey. I came across a saying of an unknown originator. I state it thus: "The Tourists see and do what they came to see and do; and they experience. The Travelers see what is there; and they realize." And why did I tell you this? From my point of view, fantasy journeys are set up to lead you to an inner place where you can ...

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To prepare for hands-on ritual work with werewolf magic, let's discover the practical aspects of werewolf magick, learning about the physical, visual, and linguistic tools needed for the work. What follows are the ritual items, tools, and symbols as well as unique ways of expression important for the practice of werewolf magick. By finding, or, better yet, crafting these items with feral intent and learning about the symbols and non-verbal "language' that infuse werewolf magick, we can enter the realm of the animal-self, which will help us unleash our inner werewolf. As we walk down this moon-lit, tree-covered path of werewolf magick, be aware that your Animalself, and the Instinct, ...

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In my book Tarot Magic I demonstrate how it is possible to do ritual magic with nothing other than a pack of tarot cards. But what if you don't have tarot cards? What if you don’t have anything to work with at all? Can you still do ritual magic? Yes, you can, because you still have your mind and your body. No one can take that away from you as long as you remain yourself. If you were trapped on a deserted island or thrown into a prison or lost in the woods, you would still have all you need to work what I have called kinesic magic—the magic of the mind and body. Kinesis is a Greek word meaning "movement" or "motion." Kinesics is the study of the use of body movements and ...

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Kinesic Magic contains a complete system of practical Western magic that has been stripped to its bare essentials—divested of the unnecessary trappings of the grimoires, arcane schools, and esoteric traditions that have grown up over the centuries. The system requires no ritual temple, no special robes or jewelry, no instruments, furniture, tools, or materials of any kind. It can be performed using only your hands, your body, and your mind. It can be worked anywhere, at any time, and once you learn it nobody will ever be able to take it away from you or prevent you from using it, because it will be a part of you. Kinesic magic may be thought of as the magic of the empty hand. If ...

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