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Blood Magick Paperback – October 13, 2003
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It is only 736 Kindle Locations big, so I knew it wouldn't be that difficult of a read. It's not. But it IS thought-provoking. It's worth your time.
1. Threshold (an introduction of BM as a theme for magick),
2. The Source (spotlighting where you draw magick power from)
3. The 6 Pillars (Essential traits of ALL kinds of BM)
4. Sacrifice & Significance (How the process of garnering blood in magick empowers with taint of the blood source and method)
5. Ritual Magick (notes on the process of ANY magick, with BM as a theme)
6. Symbols of Power (how BM can use, or enhance, magickal symbols, and how they help, enhance, or shape magick)
7. Remote Viewing (not really tied in with the purpose--unless you link the practice of RV with a trace of the object's blood, or your blood on the target....)
8. Shape Shifting (short -- if you have a sample of blood or other genetic material of the desired animal, it will help you shift your shape--no surprises here)
9. Grimoire: Now, this chapter was cool. There were no enumerated steps. Rather, this chapter did list ways to help any Magus with thinking about or using BM in their own rituals or practices.
10. Medieval Magick: a discourse on how magick was hunted to near-extinction by the people in religious power.
11. Flagellant Processions: a discourse about the Christian flagellants of the 13th-15th centuries
12. Little Apocalypse: about Good/Evil, Order/Chaos, evolution of these.
13. Omega O: a summary of the author's beliefs.Read more ›
The book is split into basically 3 sections - theory, grimoire and history/culture. The sections on theory/personal development and how to use blood are fairly comprehensive although I would have appreciated examples of how a spell/s would be done to accomplish the various things he describes. I also would have appreciated a more in depth treatment of the significance and role of blood in the magic of various cultures.
As a basic book on blood magic I think it is very good and would recommend it to anyone interested in this topic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What can I say? I own all of this author's available work. I've been a practicing occultist for over thirty years, and this guy is a breath of fresh air! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tom S.
this was my first book on blood magic. i found the first sections quite helpful in seeing how blood could be used specifically as an augmentation to ritual. Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by the good witch
This is the only modern day book that I have seen on the subject of blood magick. It is essential for any practioner of magick to understand this topic.Published on December 6, 2013 by Some Random Soul
a good and understanding book on this subject I understand more concerning this topic now I will be buying more books by the author in the very near futurePublished on November 2, 2013 by frank blankenship
Blood Magick was a great book. The book was helpful for what I was looking for. I would recommend this book.Published on August 24, 2013 by Kevin W. May
Simple and to the point. Wouldn't suggest you read or practice this till you have a more advanced understanding of magick and it's inner workings.Published on May 28, 2013 by Toni
It was a very interesting book. I enjoyed the history and details very much. It makes you think. I was surprised to find something like this available.Published on February 1, 2013 by Sirce Denning
I have spent years looking for authors to explore the subject of blood magick. It is still a large taboo, even with the ever growing acceptance of Pagan religions. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by Crystal