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    Recommended book on magick for beginner?

    I spent a few years in ceremonial magick, working my way through Kraig's Modern Magick, but I must admit I never got anything out of it. It is a lot of work, with no feedback whatsoever, and it feels like driving a car blindfolded, relying on someone else's instructions.

    Recently, I stumbled across Rob's Magic Blog, and admit I am pretty intimidated by the level of knowledge claimed there, and much of what is written strikes a chord with me, for instance his opinion on ritual magick. BTW, does anyone out there know Rob? Anyways, while he frowns upon books and rituals, and emphasizes first-hand experience, he is less than clear on how to develop the relevant skills, which is exactly where I need help. The blog mentioned seems to be pretty much defunct by now, so I will ask you guys.

    Is there any reliable curriculum on developing magick skills out there? Any book you can recommend, which guides me towards laying out a foundation, from where I can expand/learn/discover my skill set?
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    Re: Recommended book on magick for beginner?

    Best book I know would be Franz Bardons books
    If you look for a magic school Google boel mystery school they are great too

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    Re: Recommended book on magick for beginner?

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteMonkey View Post
    Best book I know would be Franz Bardons books
    If you look for a magic school Google boel mystery school they are great too
    Bardon is on my short list. I'm not sure about the BOEL mystery school, as their free one-year online course looks theoretical, and hands out a cheesy looking certificate. Do you have experience with BOEL?
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    Re: Recommended book on magick for beginner?

    Their course is not yet complete but brings you 3 months of theorie. If you join as a member and pass the initial test you get a private mentor which will teach you and follow your progress . If u have luck and in your area are other students or a existing circle you can study together .
    To become a member you got to fill out a questionnaire and pay 40 euro a year

    I found them very serious and good teachers

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    Re: Recommended book on magick for beginner?

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteMonkey View Post
    Their course is not yet complete but brings you 3 months of theorie. If you join as a member and pass the initial test you get a private mentor which will teach you and follow your progress . If u have luck and in your area are other students or a existing circle you can study together .
    To become a member you got to fill out a questionnaire and pay 40 euro a year

    I found them very serious and good teachers
    I'm skeptical about correspondence courses that claim to teach skills, and as there are definitely no other practitioners in my area, I will be very much on my own. BTW, are you sure about the EUR40/year? Their correspondence course is listed for EUR 180/year! Did you take the correspondence course?
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    Re: Recommended book on magick for beginner?

    The membership was only 40 euro which would give u a private tutor

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