Monthly Archives: March 2013

I Want The Knife…Please.

I was asked the other day by a dharma brother why I no longer hang out in Buddhist circles. In fact, most of the people I am closest to don’t. The reason is that while there are a sizable amount … Continue reading

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STRATEGIC SORCERY SPRING SALE

In all the fuss getting the apprenticeship program together, I forgot all about the Equinox and the spring sale I had planned! Spring is a time of resurrection and renewal. I myself have been re-evaluating and changing my daily and … Continue reading

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We are spirits

So there are a number of posts floating around about Why Evocation is important. Here is Aaron Leitch. Mike C. The commonality among them is an assertion that magic works through the agency of spirits and that any assertion otherwise … Continue reading

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Strategic Sorcery Apprenticeship Program

I learned magic mostly from mentors. People that knew who I was, worked with me one on one, and took into account my interests, schedule, and personality. As happy as I am with the Strategic Sorcery Course and the amazing … Continue reading

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Quantify Your Skillz

Last night I gave a talk at Rutgers. It was a small talk, which enabled me to quickly abandon the lecture format and start talking to people one on one. It turned into more of a group coaching session than … Continue reading

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Zeus on the loose – for love

So because Zeus did me a total solid yesterday, than completely doubled that today, he has been on my mind and tongue. Talking with a reader today that has been trying to meet girls and date girls, but who has … Continue reading

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Field Report: Attack Magic

When I wrote the Strategic Sorcery Course I really struggled with whether or not to include a chapter on purely offensive magic. People usually fall into one of two camps on this issue, both of which I think are deeply … Continue reading

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Pain and Sorrow

“We are made to bleed and scab and heal and bleed again and turn every scar into a joke. We are made to fight and fuck and talk and fight again and sit around and laugh until we choke.” – … Continue reading

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