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The first time I met Monsieur DuQuette, at a booksellers' convention in Los Angeles, he read my fortune with tarot cards. I was about to move, he predicted. Irritated, I huffed "that was ridiculous," I'd just moved into my boyfriend's house. When I arrived home from the convention, my aforementioned boyfriend told me he'd had a change of heart and would I please move out as soon as possible! The next time I sat down with DuQuette, at the same conference (several years later in Chicago), he regaled me with witticisms and stories. I was struck by his sincerity, self-revelation, and personable nature. This is the first time a true magician has written an autobiography since The Confessions of Aleister Crowley, and it's the next best thing to being able to sit with the charming and adept DuQuette. It's intimate, straightforward, and neither self-deprecating or egotistical. It contains excruciatingly honest revelations by a contemporary individual attempting to understand the universe and how it works. Here's a man who comfortably accepts himself and urges the reader to do the same. If you are not interested in magick, think of this as a fascinating autobiography. If you are, it's required reading. --P. Randall Cohan
This book is a delightful adventure in magick. The author is such a great writer that it feels more like fiction. I admit it, I am a bit of groupie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pinky
I really enjoyed Lon's stories. He seems like a warm person. Would recommend this book. Good insight to the life of a mystic or magician.Published 4 months ago by uriah
Wow. interesting book, a must read if you are a student of the occult or even want an amusing, fascinating read about one man's spiritual experience. Read morePublished 7 months ago by gene hughes
I really don't care when someone just talks about him self... Probably half of the book is about him self grown up, santa, first communion, etc and then he goes into some wild... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Oscar A. Rangel
I like DuQuette as an author, in many ways a worthy successor to Robert Anton Wilson. This book, like many of his others, is highly autobiographical and especially for those living... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Midnight
I love the way Lon Milo DuQuette writes, his humour and especially the knowledge that he shares with us.
I couldn't stop reading , I wanted more and more.
Although it starts out as an autobiography, this book really is more of a memoir. DuQuette writes about his introduction to magic and some of his experiences. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer