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Looking for the Alt-Master

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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, with Peter Christopherson
Brion Gysin: His Name Was Master
Texts and Interviews by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, with Peter Christopherson. Edited with notes by Andrew M. McKenzie. Introductions by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge & Carl Abrahamsson
Trapart Books, 2018

“[Brion Gysin was] the only man that I’ve ever respected in my life. I’ve admired people, I’ve liked them, but he’s the only man I’ve ever respected.”[1]

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Relax! Liberal Witches are Powerless to Harm Trump

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Since I believe in witchcraft (and have practiced it for years) I will admit that my heart skipped a beat when I heard that witches were planning to perform a worldwide spell to stop the God-Emperor. So far this story has been covered by the BBC, The Daily Mail, The New York Post, and other outlets. No word yet from The National Enquirer.

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The Unexplained

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I have been fascinated by the unexplained for, literally, as long as I can remember. Now, by “the unexplained” I do not mean such matters as what happened to Jimmy Hoffa, or Amelia Earhart, or the shot that may have come from the grassy knoll. I mean the really out-there, woo woo stuff that makes people look at you funny.

As a child I was fascinated by anything witchy, and one of my fondest early memories is seeing the film Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Read more …

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Jason Jorjani’s Prometheus & Atlas

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Jason Reza Jorjani
Prometheus and Atlas
London: Arktos, 2016

“A man is, whatever room he is in.”[1]

Christy Mattling: Tellin’ them innocent kids stories about the dead and their hauntings! That’s the work of the devil. You’ll pay for it. The Devil! That man is the Devil Himself!

Renee Coliveil: Oh shut up, you potentate of righteousness![2]  Read more …

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Battle of the Magicians:
Baron Evola between the Dancer & the Druid

5,274 wordsAlbrecht Dürer. Paumgartner Altar (right panel, detail). 1503 c. 1503

A Constant Reader has called my attention (keep those cards and letters coming in, folks!) to some critical commentary on the magical writings of Baron Evola[1] by none other than John Michael Greer, who is Past Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America and current head of the Druidical Order of the Golden Dawn. Read more …

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Meme Magic is Real:
Neville Goddard’s Feeling is the Secret

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Neville Goddard
Feeling is the Secret
Edited by James J. O’Meara
Amazon.com, Kindle, 2016

“This book is concerned with the art of realizing your desire. It gives you an account of the mechanism used in the production of the visible world. It is a small book but not slight. There is a treasure in it, a clearly defined road to the realization of your dreams.”  Read more …

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Breaking Rules:
Paul Waggener’s On Magic

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Paul Waggener
On Magic: A No-Bullshit Primer on Working the Will
Lynchburg,Virginia: Operation Werewolf: 2015 (e book)

There are very few writings that deal with genuine magic in a straightforward way. Hocus-pocus, if you will, permeates every aspect of magical instruction—from the mainstream Law of Attraction books to Esoteric Runology tomes based upon initiatory occultism. Read more …

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The Unmaking of the Magus:
Crowley as Political Animal

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Marco Pasi
Aleister Crowley and the Temptation of Politics
Translated by Ariel Godwin
Durham, UK: Acumen Publishing, 2013

Well, no sooner had I completed a rather lukewarm review of one book on Aleister Crowley,[1] another, far more simpatico one pops up.  Read more …

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“The Name is Crowley . . . Aleister Crowley”:
Reflections on Enlightenment & Espionage

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Richard B. Spence
Secret Agent 666: Aleister Crowley, British Intelligence and the Occult
Port Townsend, Wash.: Feral House, 2008

“The great scientists, the artists, the philosophers, the religious leaders — all maniacs. What else but a blind singleness of purpose could have given focus to their purpose? Mania, my dear Mister Bond, is as priceless as genius. Read more …

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Curses, Cut-Ups, & Contraptions:
The “Disastrous Success” of William Burroughs’ Magick

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BurroughsMagicMatthew Levi Stevens
The Magical Universe of William S. Burroughs
Oxford: Mandrake of Oxford, 2014[1]

My very first question to him, a living, breathing, Beatnik legend in the flesh was . . . “Tell me about magick?” William was not in the least surprised by my question. “Care for a drink?” he asked. Putting on the TV to watch The Man from U.N.C.L.E., he explained “Reality is not really all it’s cracked up to be, you know . . .”—Genesis P-Orridge  Read more …

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Religion for Infidels, Part 5 
Summoning Nature’s Powers

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El Greco, “St. Dominic in Prayer”

Part 5 of 5

Editor’s Note:

In this final selection from Anthony Ludovici’s last book Religion for Infidels (London: Holborn, 1961), I have augmented John Day’s selections in The Lost Philosopher: The Best of Anthony M. Ludovici (Berkeley, Cal.: ETSF, 2003) with the concluding sections of the book. On Ludovici’s account, prayer is essentially meditation that mobilizes the deep forces of nature, Read more …

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Religion for Infidels, Part 4 
Life Finds a Way

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Part 4 of 5

What, then, are the disconnected facts, the underlying relation of which would have vindicated Lamarck, shed important light on the evolutionary process and simultaneously explained many a problem connected with religion and religious practice?  Read more …

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Culture
(December 1953)

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Edited by Kerry Bolton

Roman masks, Baths of Decius, Rome, 2nd century CE

Roman masks, Baths of Decius, Rome, 2nd century CE

Editor’s Note:

With the 1953 notes on “Culture,” Yockey develops a theme that repudiates rationalism, positivism, and other such 19th-century materialistic philosophies, presenting the post-rationalist era of History as the unfolding of a great drama that is beyond rational or scientific interpretation, Read more …

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L’importance du rituel

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English original here

La culture vient du culte, et sans le culte, nous ne faisons que nous illusionner. Les traditionalistes radicaux sont d’excellents critiques. Read more …

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The Importance of Ritual

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French translation here

The culture comes from the cult, and without the cult, we’re just kidding ourselves.

Radical Traditionalists are excellent critics. Read more …

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The Influence of H. P. Lovecraft on Occultism

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Lovecraft’s horror stories have become not just a literary cult like many others, but a tangible cult of the occult. The Cthulhu Mythos of the Old Gods with Unspeakable names are evoked and worshiped, and respected practitioners of the esoteric use the symbolism and mythos as the basis of a magical system. Read more …

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A Band Apart:
Wulf Grimsson’s Loki’s Way

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Wulf Grimsson
Loki’s Way: The Path of the Sorcerer in the Age of Iron
Second Edition
Lulu.com, 2011

A few weeks ago I was privileged to receive this unsolicited manuscript, “the result of over 30 years of research, study and practice,” by Wulf Grimsson. Read more …

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Evola on the Egyptian & Tibetan Books of the Dead

Osiris Enthroned

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“Philosophy and Religion”

Translation anonymous, edited by Greg Johnson

Boris De Rachewiltz
Il libro dei Morti degli antichi Egiziani
Milan: All’Insegna del Pesce d’Oro, 1958

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My Memories of Julius Evola

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Translated by Greg Johnson

Renato del Ponte is a central figure in European Evolianism. Founder of the Centro studi evoliani in Genoa in 1969 and editor of the journal Arthos, he also runs the Roman Traditionalist Movement.

Question: Renato del Ponte, your name is closely related to Evola’s. Can you tell us how you came to Evola and what your relationship was with him?

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Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley, 1875–1947

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Translated by Cologero Salvo

From Chapter IX, “Il Satanismo” (“Satanism”) of Maschera e volto dello spiritualismo contemporaneo (“Mask and Face of Contemporary Spiritualism”)

Crowley was a character whose personality overpowers certain of the figures already considered. If we associate him with Satanism, it is because he himself invites us to do so. Read more …

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