Statements of Intent Part 2

A few weeks back I made a post about statements of intent. In the comments Rose Weaver, from the excellent blog Weaving Among the Stars, mentioned that “I modify statements even more so they reflect “is”. In the “now”. This practice of framing statements of intent, or visualizing outcomes to seem as if what you want to happen already has is a very common practice. I did it for decades and started back in the 80s when I read the Necronomicon Spellbook, in which Simon advised holding your goal as having already occured. As far as I can tell the practice made it’s way into magical practice from New Thought movement.

I stopped doing it many years ago, and as the concepts behind the strategic sorcery approach came into focus I actively teach against forming statements of intent in this way, or spending too much time visualizing things happening like this.

The reason is simple: strategic sorcery relies upon figuring out the most cunning steps to achieve your goal, then enchanting each of those steps along the way. There is a Macro-Enchantment that ties you to your goal – say your “spell to find a job”, but the micro-enchantments that impact every phase are what make the system particularly effective.

Look at Untitledthe chart to the left for an example of what I mean. The Macro Enchantment directly effects the goal, but so does each individual step. People that focus on the goal as being already achieved tend to skimp or skip on the steps needed to get there.

Focusing or stating that a goal is already achieved makes you feel good, but it does little to get you towards your goal, in fact often people mistake this feeling of success with success itself. See my earlier post “Setting Goals is not an Accomplishment” for more on how this feeling of success can blind us to what actually will bring us to the real thing.

Recent research into the effects of positive thinking have affirmed my observations. One study showed that participants who were made to feel parched and who visualized themselves drinking a cool glass of water were less motivated to actually get up and quench their thirst with real water. In study after study research shows that visualizing yourself as having actually achieved something makes you less motivated to go out and achieve it.

In the article above, they teach a mental contrasting technique that does involve visualizing a desired outcome, but following it up with visualizations or affirmations of the path that will lead to it, obstacles that you may encounter, and what you will do when you hit those obstacles.

I myself have often been far more successful fueling my passion and my magic by contemplating the negative implications of NOT doing something. It was only after I had children and needed to increase my income that I started my business – which in turn has led to my most creative and important pieces of magic. It is only after I get paid on a book that I can actually force myself to write it.

If you are looking to make big changes in the real world with magic, I recommend engaging in as little fantasy as possible, and instead focusing on the details of what needs to be done, and how magic can hep you achieve it.

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Tarot de Marseille for Modern Life – 5 Modern Teachers

No sooner do I make a post about how awesome the Tarot de Marseilles is than I find out about this amazing thing: Five teachers giving five talks on reading with the Marseilles, for just $150.

Check out the details. 

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New Strategic Sorcery Cycle and Global Hekate Rite

Halloween 2014

Five Years ago, I noticed a problem in the way many people were using practical magic. The spells, spirits, and rituals they were using were just fine, but they way that they were being used was not getting people anywhere. It was not being integrated into real life strategies that way that I knew it could be. I decided to offer something different.
On Halloween 2009 I started the first cycle of the Strategic Sorcery Course, and since then over 1000 people have taken the course and benefited from an approach to magic that makes real and lasting changes in their lives.

I am very excited to be announcing the next Cycle of the Strategic Sorcery Course which will begin on Halloween – October 31st

Every cycle of the course starts on an auspicious date, but the Halloween cycles are always special to me, and I like to celebrate them with a Global Hekate Rite.

GLOBAL HEKATE RITE

To kick off this cycle I will be releasing a special Hekate rite that can be performed between October 31st and November 2nd. This rite is optional, but will link you up to a root power of Sorcery, as well as other people performing the same rite all over the globe. Reports from prior global rites have proved the powerful catalyst that these rituals can provide.

THE DETAILS

The course consists of 52 lessons arriving by e-mail every Tuesday morning for a year. In addition to this there is a student’s group and access to me for questions.

The cost for the class is $150

To sign up for the course simply write me at INOMINANDUM@GMAIL.COM for an information packet or click the paypal button below.

STRATEGIC SORCERY COURSE





A RECENT COMMENT ABOUT THE COURSE FROM A STUDENT

I treasure any feedback about the course, but I place extra value on students who already  have years and years of experience. I received this letter three days ago from a student who has been practicing magic for almost fifty years:

“I first became interested in the Occult around 1965 (I was in my early teens). Over the years I have belonged to a couple of occult fraternal organizations, read dozens of books, and performed some very dramatic attempts at ritual magic (with a little witchcraft, from time-to-time).  My results were less than spectacular.

For the past year I have been working slowly and carefully through the Strategic Sorcery course, and have only applied the most elementary material.  However, I have learned more, and had more tangible, verifiable results (financial magic, specifically) from Jason Miller in the past year, than I gained from anything I’ve previously attempted.  His instruction in the art of proper meditation is worth the price of the course all by itself.

I have paid more, and gotten less many times.  Thank you Jason!”

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Tarot de Marseilles

20141014_150507All my life I have been told, and read here and there that the Tarot de Marseilles was the “truest” Tarot. One early teacher even went do far as to say that everything that came after was not really a Tarot but an oracle deck as you lost the original postures and meanings.

Still, I dismissed the Marseilles for flashier decks with more overtly esoteric flavor, and most especially for minor arcana cards with helpful scenes on them.

About a month ago I was telling someone that I felt like Khabbala was the worst thing ever to happen to Tarot, and that I got much more out of the cartomantic interpretations than the Levi/GD derived stuff. I decided to delve into the Tarot de Marseilles and suddenly every other deck I have seems flat by comparison. There is so much “there”, there.

If someone tells you that Tarot is for psychological analysis, contemplation, and big questions while Lenormand and playing cards are for real world stuff, don’t believe them. Those systems are great too, but Tarot does the same thing and can be read the same way.

Though I have been reading playing cards for years, it is only recently that I have been reading Tarot in the same sort of manner. Only now just learning all the little legends and that people apply: the rope around IUSTICE’s collar is the one that LE PENDV hangs by, the woman in LASTOILLE becomes the woman in LE MONDE. etc. All that is less important though than interpretting the image in front of you in a straightforward manner. What direction do they face? What is their relation to other cards? Why are the magicians feet pointing away from one another? It is a very different Tarot than the Waite and GD derived decks.

If you want to dig into Marseilles a lot of people steer you right to Jodorowsky and Yoav Ben-Dov, but thus far I have found that no one speaks more clearly on it than Camelia Elias on her blog Taroflexions. The writings of Enrique Enriquez have also been very illuminating. I am waiting for Castle of Crossed Destinies to show up in my mailbox soon to see what it unlocks, and maybe pick up some tips from translating some Colette Silvestre.

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Tarot de Marseilles

20141014_150507All my life I have been told, and read here and there that the Tarot de Marseilles was the “truest” Tarot. One early teacher even went do far as to say that everything that came after was not really a Tarot but an oracle deck as you lost the original postures and meanings.

Still, I dismissed the Marseilles for flashier decks with more overtly esoteric flavor, and most especially for minor arcana cards with helpful scenes on them.

About a month ago I was telling someone that I felt like Khabbala was the worst thing ever to happen to Tarot, and that I got much more out of the cartomantic interpretations than the Levi/GD derived stuff. I decided to delve into the Tarot de Marseilles and suddenly every other deck I have seems flat by comparison. There is so much “there”, there.

If someone tells you that Tarot is for psychological analysis, contemplation, and big questions while Lenormand and playing cards are for real world stuff, don’t believe them. Those systems are great too, but Tarot does the same thing and can be read the same way.

Though I have been reading playing cards for years, it is only recently that I have been reading Tarot in the same sort of manner. Only now just learning all the little legends and that people apply: the rope around IUSTICE’s collar is the one that LE PENDV hangs by, the woman in LASTOILLE becomes the woman in LE MONDE. etc. All that is less important though than interpretting the image in front of you in a straightforward manner. What direction do they face? What is their relation to other cards? Why are the magicians feet pointing away from one another? It is a very different Tarot than the Waite and GD derived decks.

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Statements of Intent

If simple religion is asking for the will of god and the spirits to be done, then a part of what differentiates magic is surely in asking for something specific to occur. Even if we then use a weasely modifier like “but your will be done” we are still at least asking for what we want.

This is a huge part of what makes magic, yet I see even advanced people give surprisingly little attention to what they actually are asking for. Whether you are standing in front of an angel, a demon, or exercising your power you should frame your intent as clearly as if you were in front of a cartoon genii. You never want your last words to be:”Genii, make me a ham sandwich!”

Here is a good example of what I mean:

AMATURE: I want a job that pays X and hour.

ADEPT: I want a career that offers steady and secure employment at no less than X per year with the possibility of advancement.

MASTER: I want opportunity for steady income that leaves X$ per month after all bills, expenses, emergencies, and investments are made.

With the amateur statement you leave open the possibility that you get a job that lasts for a couple hours one day clearing out some ladies yard. Probably not what you were hoping for, but technically correct.

With the adept statement you get the sense of a solid career, but leave open the possibility of increased expenses sapping away the increased income. This happens all the time – you get a book with money magic, and suddenly you crash the car which costs all the money.

With the master statement you leave open the door for all kinds of income streams and opportunities rather than just a career, but also clarify steady flow rather than one time boon, you also frame the numbers in what is left over rather than what you take in, which helps eliminate the potential for emergencies and new expenses tapping the new income

Of course if you are doing the master statement you already have your emergency savings and investments automatically deducted from your income and thus they get counted as bills or base expenses, so that bit is unnecessary. Right?

*note on image: The pic is from DJ Format’s album Statement of Intent. 

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KURUKULLA TALISMANS

 

10660332_10203686211010650_1536231964259827442_nKURUKULLA TALISMANS -I created a bunch of Kuruklla talismans this morning during the lunar eclipse. Tibetans believe that this increases their potency 1000 times.

Kurukulla is one of my own heart practices and my go-to gal for influencing magic. I have chanted her mantra for everything from major business dealings, to getting out of tickets. She is good at light influence and even when in dire situations, she tends to enchant and magnetize your way out rather than heavy handed coersion. Very useful.

Wear it to magnify your natural influence, or incorporate it in with the use of her mantra.
If you want one, let me know asap. I only have 21 of them, so that is how many I am making.

KURUKULLA TALISMANS ARE $75 and there are only 9 left.





PS: if you are waiting for a Cyprian Talisman, they are getting mailed this week and next. There was a problem with the cords that I strung them on, and I had to re-string them all.

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Twin Peaks and the Twisted Language of Spirits

In case you have not heard yet:

TWIN PEAKS IS COMING BACK TO TELEVISION IN 2016!

It has been 25 years, and true to the prophesy contained in the show, Dale has been in the Black Lodge for 25 years, and it is now time to come out!

To celebrate this I am re-posting an article from several years back on what Twin Peaks taught me about the spirits.

 

Twin Peaks, and the Twisted Language of Spirits

I have had many initiations both formal and informal. One of the strangest and one that hit me completely from left field involved nothing more than watching Twin Peaks, every episode back to back followed by the movie, without stopping over the course of one weekend. When I refer to doing this as a magickal initiation, I think some people assume I am just using magickal terminology to talk about how much I loved the show. Friends who saw me at the Sunday Thelesis meeting just after finishing the series could see in my eyes and in my manner that it was something more. Let me be clear: I am referring to it as a magickal training technique[i]. I recommend it to any student of mine that wants to get into the business of dealing with spirits.

I had my first exposure to the spirit world when I was 5 years old. Certain things that happened I understood directly, some I understood intuitively but couldn’t explain, and some I just didn’t understand. I have been dealing with the spirits ever since. Some, especially ones that I seek out deliberately from grimoires and such, speak very plainly. Others, often the ones that I encounter in haunted places or attached to obsessed people, speak in visions, metaphors, and strange coincidences that I sometimes don’t fully understand until months later if ever. This is just the way work in the astral light.

Susanna Clarke in her Novel “Jonathan Strange and M. Norell” noted that Humans and Fairies have an inverse relationship regarding Reason and Magick. Humans having great capacity for the former and less for the latter, whereas fey have enormous magickal power but comparatively little capacity for reason. For this reason the Shaman and the Sorcerer who is not content to deal only with those incorporeal beings that are listed in the Occult Grammaries (who are themselves sometimes far from pleasant characters), must learn to communicate with the spirits in the spirits own round about fashion.

The Yaminahua Shamen of Peru, who are famous for working with Ayahuasca induced trance call this type of Spirit language “Tsai Yoshtoyoshto” which literally translates as “language-twisting-twisting.”. The Anthropolohist, Graham Townsley translates this expression as “Twisted Language”. One Shaman he interviews states “With my koshuiti I want to see – singing, I carefully examine things – twisted language brings me close but not too close – with normal words I would crash into things – with twisted ones I circle around them – I can see them clearly. ”

Direct and concrete language frightens the spirits and therefore according to Townsley must be “deliberately constructed in an elliptical and multi-referential fashion so as to mirror the refractory nature of the beings who are their objects.” He concludes: “Yoshi are real beings who are both ‘like and not like’ the things they animate. They have no stable or unitary nature and thus, paradoxically, the ‘seeing as’ of ‘twisted language’ is the only way of adequately describing them. Metaphor here is not improper naming but the only proper naming possible.”

Jason Louv in a footnote to his essay “Spooky Tricks”[ii] compares the Twisted Language of spirit with David Bourland, Jr.’s idea of E-Prime, an approach to English that banishes all forms of the verb “to-be”. While writing and speaking in e-prime can be an excellent exercise for re-training the brain to think in different ways, and even to help understand occult and psychic messages, don’t expect the spirits to adhere to any kind of fixed rule about verbs and nouns, or any kind of fixed rule at all! Which brings me back to Twin Peaks.

In Twin Peaks Dale Cooper is charged with solving the Murder of Laura Palmer, a murder which was physically commited by someone close to her (watch the show to find out) but was directed by the discarnate spirit BOB. In the course his investigation in Twin Peaks, his first real clue is given in a dream in which he appears as himself 25 years later in a room walled off by red curtains containing someone that looks like Laura Palmer, and a dancing midget in a red suit who tells him things like “That gum you like is going to come back in style”, and “She’s filled with secrets. Where we’re from, the birds sing a pretty song, and there’s always music in the air.” The girl that looks like Laura tells him “I feel like I know her but sometimes my arms bend back…”

Later, after being shot, he encounters another spirit that manifests as a Giant who tells him: “The owl’s are not what they seem.”, “There’s a man in a smiling bag.”, and “Without chemicals he points.” These all turn out to be valuable clues as to what is going on, and have very concrete meanings. Other mysteries in Twin Peaks are not so clear cut. The Log Lady for instance utters some zingers like: “Shut your eyes and you’ll burst into flames.”, and “Fire is the devil hiding like a coward in the smoke.” There is also the spirits of a little boy and his grandmother who appear in the series as one thing, and in the movie as another, and are trying to get their messages across using creamed corn! And of course most famously, Mike, the one armed man (who points without chemicals BTW) utters the famous incantation:

“Through the Darkness of future past the Magician longs to see. One chance out between two worlds, Fire Walk with Me.”

Of course perhaps he was really saying “One chants out between two worlds” or perhaps be means both. That’s the twisted language for you.

Dale and crew discovers a portal to the Black Lodge in Twin Peaks that was opened up by Evil Tibetan sorcerers called Dugpas[iii], but in the end its not clear if the Midget and the Giant and the one armed man are agents of the Black Lodge, White Lodge, or perhaps in an attached waiting room with doors into both. You can’t figure the answers out with reason so don’t try. You must learn the twisted language.

After my 30+ hours of Twin Peaks I was literally in a trance state. So many things from prior working suddenly found their context. I went back through old journals and understood messages that had been given to me by the spirits that were lingering in my mind like timebombs which David Lynch and Mike Frost had set off with their creation.

So I wanted to write this article to suggest to people that don’t know: Twin Peaks IS an occult training video in modes of spirit communication. When you figure out who is in the Log Lady’s Log, what Creamed corn represents and if the Little Man from Another Place is the Giants, Black Lodge opposite, or the discarded Arm of the one armed man, than you will have graduated from the course.

I don’t like to make to publish much of my own channeled messages, but it seems appropriate to close with at least one example from my own life. After getting back together with an old girlfriend whom I was concerned I did not have enough in common with, a spirit appeared to me one night and told me that my new relationship was something like Baked Alaska. Having never had Baked Alaska, I didn’t understand this nugget of wisdom until I looked it up: it’s Flaming Ice Cream. Get it?

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[i] It should be noted that I watched them in 1996 just after establishing K&C of the HGA. It should also be noted the tapes were given to me by my Chthonic Auranian Initiator Cliff Pollick.

[ii] Essay appears in Generation Hex, Disinformation 2005

[iii] Lynch or Frost got this from H.P.Blavatski who viewed any of the Red-Hat (non-Gelukpa) schools of Tibet with derision and saw the Dugpas as being the epitome of Evil. In reality the Dugpas are a sect of the Kgyu school based in Bhutan, and are quite a bunch of peace loving fellows whose relationship with the Yellow Hats is no where near the strife that Blavatski and Theosophical influenced translators tried to pass off. Interestingly enough, though Blavatski was most definitely not aware of them, there is a secret DugMA cult near the Tsangpo Gorge region of Tibet. These Dugmas are women who poison travelers and tourists with laced offerings of Chang. The poison takes nine days to work so they definitely do not benefit materially by robbing their victims, but rather believe that the merit and blessings of their victim will transfer to them after the kill.

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TWIN PEAKS AND THE TWISTED LANGUAGE OF SPIRITS

In case you have not heard yet:

TWIN PEAKS IS COMING BACK TO TELEVISION IN 2016!

It has been 25 years, and true to the prophesy contained in the show, Dale has been in the Black Lodge for 25 years, and it is now time to come out!

To celebrate this I am re-posting an article from several years back on what Twin Peaks taught me about the spirits.

 

Twin Peaks, and the Twisted Language of Spirits

I have had many initiations both formal and informal. One of the strangest and one that hit me completely from left field involved nothing more than watching Twin Peaks, every episode back to back followed by the movie, without stopping over the course of one weekend. When I refer to doing this as a magickal initiation, I think some people assume I am just using magickal terminology to talk about how much I loved the show. Friends who saw me at the Sunday Thelesis meeting just after finishing the series could see in my eyes and in my manner that it was something more. Let me be clear: I am referring to it as a magickal training technique[i]. I recommend it to any student of mine that wants to get into the business of dealing with spirits.

I had my first exposure to the spirit world when I was 5 years old. Certain things that happened I understood directly, some I understood intuitively but couldn’t explain, and some I just didn’t understand. I have been dealing with the spirits ever since. Some, especially ones that I seek out deliberately from grimoires and such, speak very plainly. Others, often the ones that I encounter in haunted places or attached to obsessed people, speak in visions, metaphors, and strange coincidences that I sometimes don’t fully understand until months later if ever. This is just the way work in the astral light.

Susanna Clarke in her Novel “Jonathan Strange and M. Norell” noted that Humans and Fairies have an inverse relationship regarding Reason and Magick. Humans having great capacity for the former and less for the latter, whereas fey have enormous magickal power but comparatively little capacity for reason. For this reason the Shaman and the Sorcerer who is not content to deal only with those incorporeal beings that are listed in the Occult Grammaries (who are themselves sometimes far from pleasant characters), must learn to communicate with the spirits in the spirits own round about fashion.

The Yaminahua Shamen of Peru, who are famous for working with Ayahuasca induced trance call this type of Spirit language “Tsai Yoshtoyoshto” which literally translates as “language-twisting-twisting.”. The Anthropolohist, Graham Townsley translates this expression as “Twisted Language”. One Shaman he interviews states “With my koshuiti I want to see – singing, I carefully examine things – twisted language brings me close but not too close – with normal words I would crash into things – with twisted ones I circle around them – I can see them clearly. ”

Direct and concrete language frightens the spirits and therefore according to Townsley must be “deliberately constructed in an elliptical and multi-referential fashion so as to mirror the refractory nature of the beings who are their objects.” He concludes: “Yoshi are real beings who are both ‘like and not like’ the things they animate. They have no stable or unitary nature and thus, paradoxically, the ‘seeing as’ of ‘twisted language’ is the only way of adequately describing them. Metaphor here is not improper naming but the only proper naming possible.”

Jason Louv in a footnote to his essay “Spooky Tricks”[ii] compares the Twisted Language of spirit with David Bourland, Jr.’s idea of E-Prime, an approach to English that banishes all forms of the verb “to-be”. While writing and speaking in e-prime can be an excellent exercise for re-training the brain to think in different ways, and even to help understand occult and psychic messages, don’t expect the spirits to adhere to any kind of fixed rule about verbs and nouns, or any kind of fixed rule at all! Which brings me back to Twin Peaks.

In Twin Peaks Dale Cooper is charged with solving the Murder of Laura Palmer, a murder which was physically commited by someone close to her (watch the show to find out) but was directed by the discarnate spirit BOB. In the course his investigation in Twin Peaks, his first real clue is given in a dream in which he appears as himself 25 years later in a room walled off by red curtains containing someone that looks like Laura Palmer, and a dancing midget in a red suit who tells him things like “That gum you like is going to come back in style”, and “She’s filled with secrets. Where we’re from, the birds sing a pretty song, and there’s always music in the air.” The girl that looks like Laura tells him “I feel like I know her but sometimes my arms bend back…”

Later, after being shot, he encounters another spirit that manifests as a Giant who tells him: “The owl’s are not what they seem.”, “There’s a man in a smiling bag.”, and “Without chemicals he points.” These all turn out to be valuable clues as to what is going on, and have very concrete meanings. Other mysteries in Twin Peaks are not so clear cut. The Log Lady for instance utters some zingers like: “Shut your eyes and you’ll burst into flames.”, and “Fire is the devil hiding like a coward in the smoke.” There is also the spirits of a little boy and his grandmother who appear in the series as one thing, and in the movie as another, and are trying to get their messages across using creamed corn! And of course most famously, Mike, the one armed man (who points without chemicals BTW) utters the famous incantation:

“Through the Darkness of future past the Magician longs to see. One chance out between two worlds, Fire Walk with Me.”

Of course perhaps he was really saying “One chants out between two worlds” or perhaps be means both. That’s the twisted language for you.

Dale and crew discovers a portal to the Black Lodge in Twin Peaks that was opened up by Evil Tibetan sorcerers called Dugpas[iii], but in the end its not clear if the Midget and the Giant and the one armed man are agents of the Black Lodge, White Lodge, or perhaps in an attached waiting room with doors into both. You can’t figure the answers out with reason so don’t try. You must learn the twisted language.

After my 30+ hours of Twin Peaks I was literally in a trance state. So many things from prior working suddenly found their context. I went back through old journals and understood messages that had been given to me by the spirits that were lingering in my mind like timebombs which David Lynch and Mike Frost had set off with their creation.

So I wanted to write this article to suggest to people that don’t know: Twin Peaks IS an occult training video in modes of spirit communication. When you figure out who is in the Log Lady’s Log, what Creamed corn represents and if the Little Man from Another Place is the Giants, Black Lodge opposite, or the discarded Arm of the one armed man, than you will have graduated from the course.

I don’t like to make to publish much of my own channeled messages, but it seems appropriate to close with at least one example from my own life. After getting back together with an old girlfriend whom I was concerned I did not have enough in common with, a spirit appeared to me one night and told me that my new relationship was something like Baked Alaska. Having never had Baked Alaska, I didn’t understand this nugget of wisdom until I looked it up: it’s Flaming Ice Cream. Get it?

——————————————————————————–

[i] It should be noted that I watched them in 1996 just after establishing K&C of the HGA. It should also be noted the tapes were given to me by my Chthonic Auranian Initiator Cliff Pollick.

[ii] Essay appears in Generation Hex, Disinformation 2005

[iii] Lynch or Frost got this from H.P.Blavatski who viewed any of the Red-Hat (non-Gelukpa) schools of Tibet with derision and saw the Dugpas as being the epitome of Evil. In reality the Dugpas are a sect of the Kgyu school based in Bhutan, and are quite a bunch of peace loving fellows whose relationship with the Yellow Hats is no where near the strife that Blavatski and Theosophical influenced translators tried to pass off. Interestingly enough, though Blavatski was most definitely not aware of them, there is a secret DugMA cult near the Tsangpo Gorge region of Tibet. These Dugmas are women who poison travelers and tourists with laced offerings of Chang. The poison takes nine days to work so they definitely do not benefit materially by robbing their victims, but rather believe that the merit and blessings of their victim will transfer to them after the kill.

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Consultations and Conjure

CONSULT
Over the last month or so I have gotten some great feedback on consultations and other work I have done for people. Here are a few examples:

“At the beginning of the summer my business was tanking and headed towards closure. I am 45 years old and the prospect of re-entering the workplace at my age and in this economy is terrifying. I scheduled a 90 minute session with Jason who instructed me how to strategically make and place talismans in my restaurant that would increase sales, and how to tie the magic to the launch of a new menu and re-brand. There was a nearly immediate increase in revenue. By the end of the month I was able to pay my bills, by the end of the next month I had enough to eliminate half my debt as well. Business has never been better. I just finished a second consultation for a new venture and am excited to have his input right from the beginning. ”
– E.Slattery 

“I have had lots of readings, and of course have been warned of scammers who use their readings to scare people into buying expensive spells and rituals, so when Jason read my cards then suggested a love ritual to help my situation I was wary, but it wasn’t like that at all. His reading uncovered some issues I had been having with men, and how to break them. He offered to teach me to do a ritual myself for free or to do it for me. I eventually chose to have him do it for me and it worked out well because I am now engaged to a wonderful man. The combination of reading and spellwork proved very powerful for me.
– C.K.

“I am someone who has dabbled in the occult arts with no solid ground to walk on. I have known people before who claimed much but offered little in return. I can say without a doubt that Jason Miller’s course and consultations have left me a much more successful and accomplished worker in the occult. The basics and foundation have given me an increased base from which to work in and improve my own form.. A client of mine was helped immensely. It was all due to a talisman created with Jason Miller’s “advanced planetary” magic book,along with additional material from his strategic sorcery course. The client with a wooden solar talisman carrying the sigil of the sun received 17,000 dollars from a sale of two vehicles the same day and a reimbursement check from a company that owed her. Both on the same day,and increase in health which was the primary purpose of the talisman. I cannot begin to thank him for the changes he has caused in me and others”
-A.R.

“Jason, a big thank you for the amazing 90 minute Skype consultation. I had a set of very intricate magical questions, and you were extremely prepared and knowledgeable—you over delivered on every count. The info and tech I’ve learned from you was invaluable. In addition, you were very candid and shared personal practices with me, which made me feel I was part of “the inner circle.” Being able to explore ideas with you and to tap into your encyclopedic knowledge was not only useful, it was inspiring. I’m glad I made the decision to work with you—it gave me the edge I was looking for.”
—Will, Los Angeles.
There is nothing better than knowing your work is helping the people who reach out to you. I am excited to assist you in any way I can. Consultations can consist of: Tarot and other forms of divination, ritual instruction, advice on supporting actions, spirit questioning,

Consultations are by telephone or Skype.

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Please include contact information with your payment as well as the best times and dates available. After payment is made I will contact you to arrange the date and time, and will do my best to accommodate your schedule.

 

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