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Discussion in 'Food, Drugs & Alcohol' started by Dr. Rice, Aug 16, 2011.
For all your occultist needs.
umm...very lacking, mate
And you had to pay to download, no way, lol
Much better and free, an old favourite:
And in my most retarded years, I quite liked the writings of Phil Hine, nice chap
It is more for beginning occultists. Also I didn't pay for anything. I downloaded about 6 GB of books for free earlier this year, I just need to get around to reading them.
the occult is for faggots
Phil certainly agrees, lol
Most of occult literature is unbearably boring, as you surely know already. Good luck.
Have you read Promethea, issue 12 and sucessives, from Alan Moore? Interesting.
It really is, however I find hermetic stuff quite interesting simply because unlike other beliefs/religions, it seems to be supported by evidence in science.
Quantum Crowley, you mean?
I had mixed feelings about that
I haven't read too much crowley. I simply read the kybalion and as someone who was taking a physics class at the time saw too many similarities to dismiss hermeticism as simple myth. The more research I did into hermeticism, the crazier it became.
If you feel curious, I'd recommend Magick in Theory & Practice
And The Book of Thoth talks something about it too, besides being the best book ever writen about tarot. Very interesting.