Abrahadabra: Understanding Aleister Crowley’s Thelemic Magick

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By Rodney Orpheus

 

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By Rodney Orpheus

Introduction by Lon Milo DuQuette

Thelemic Magick as it is practiced today owes an unmistakable debt to its main proponent, Aleister Crowley. And yet Thelemic Magick, separate from Crowley’s admittedly polarizing exploits and personality, remains one of the most effective and well-documented systems of ritual magick available to modern spiritual seekers. Rodney Orpheus does a remarkable job presenting this magical system in a way that will have even neophytes practicing magick – and more important, understanding it – in no time.

Abrahadabra covers the meditation, ritual, and philosophy that form the foundation of magical study in a fun and casual style and balances this theory with hands-on exercises. Abrahadabra is an excellent introduction to Crowley’s form of magick, and it presents a workable system of magick for anyone interested in “The Science and Art of causing Change in accordance with the Will.”

“Remember always: magick is a subtle and curious thing and often works in ways you do not expect – but it always works. Every magical act brings a result, as you are about to learn.” – Rodney Orpheus, from the Introduction.

Rodney Orpheus is a practicing magician, an established musician, and a member of the band The Cassandra Complex, one of the most important electro-industrial bands of the past decade. He lives in London and travels extensively.

Lon Milo DuQuette is a bestselling author and lecturer on magick, tarot, and the Western Mystery Traditions. Among his many books are My Life with the Spirits and The Magick of Aleister Crowley. He is currently the US Deputy Grand Master of Ordo Templi Orientis. He lives in Costa Mesa, CA with his wife Constance.

6 x 9 inches,?208 pages

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Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .5 in

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