MAGICK IN THEORY AND PRACTICE

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MAGICK IN THEORY AND PRACTICE

Aleister Crowley | MAGICK IN THEORY AND PRACTICE | True to Original Copy | “Magick in Theory and Practice” is part III of “Magick, Book 4” by the occultist Aleister Crowley. Widely regarded as his major work, it is an extensive treatise on magick, a system of Western occult practice synthesized from many sources, including Eastern yoga, hermeticism, medieval grimoires, contemporary magical theories by authors such as Eliphas Levi and Helena Blavatsky, and Crowleys own original contributions. Part III is perhaps the most influential section within Book 4. In this part, magick is defined in Crowleys famous “Introduction”, which is the source of many well-known statements, such as “Magick is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.” | “Magick is the method of science and the aim of religion.” | “Every intentional act is a Magical act.” | “Magick is the Science of understanding oneself and one’s conditions. It is the Art of applying that understanding in action.” | “Magick is merely to be and to do.” The book contains many influential essays on various magical formulae, such as Tetragrammaton, Thelema, Agape, AUMGN, and iao. The section also addresses fundamental magical theorems, essential components of ritual, and general practices (e.g. banishing, consecration, invocation, divination, etc.).

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November 2, 2020

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