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Naturalistic Occultism: An Introduction to Scientific Illuminism Paperback – April 18, 2012
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I was not impressed with this book, mainly because being it is slim, I figured it would avoid what books and systems of ceremonial magic due, and that’s linger on and on with all manner of ritual specifics, which is similar to sitting at a catholic mass.
Now granted, the premise is met, and that is simplifying the A.'.A.'. System down to its component parts, and getting rid of the great deal of ritualistic superstition. It does this well.
But the book is overly wordy using allot, "and here’s how it works" mixed with big words, and honestly (in my opinion) Occult Apologetics. I get it this isn't the original system but move on tell us what’s the premise and how we should go forward.
Overall, it’s a good and unique book, and if you tend to be more of a scientific and psychology based practioner in your practice and beliefs, you may like it, this paradigm approach to magic is sadly lost under the flood of new age magic books.
Over all, it wasn’t my cup of tea, it felt to much like a theory, “Here try approaching it with this thought process” than really give direction on how to do it and I suppose in a sense if you share this books mindset, it would be counterintuitive to not discover the ways on your own. I just think it could have been executed better.