WHO AM I?
When I was five I had one of those weird experiences. The kind that feels like a glimpse behind the curtain of a play, the rigging and boards behind the set. I never shook that feeling that there was more to our minds and our lives than was being taught.
When I was a teenager I started trying to peek behind that veil again, and studied everything I could find on magic, mysticism, and the occult. I got those glimpses I was looking for, and I learned how to make use of what I was learning, how to make a better life and a better mind.
For over a decade I studied both High Ceremonial Magic and folk magic techniques of Rootwork and Witchcraft. I found that together, each approach strengthened the other and made for a Sorcery that could be streamlined for the modern world, and be startlingly effective.
I still wanted to go deeper though: more wisdom, more power, more liberation.
So I did what all my childhood mystical superheroes like Dr Strange, Mandrake, The Shadow, and Dr Doom did: I moved to the Himalayas.
It was in Nepal that I crossed the abyss and underwent the initiations I would need to do Sorcery the way that I knew it could be done. A practice that integrated the very best of training for the mind/body/spirit with influences from key spiritual powers. A practice that could send one on a journey to the deepest and highest planes and states of being, and bring back the power and mojo to change the waking world for the better.
This is Strategic Sorcery.
It is what my life has been about for nearly 30 years, and I want to share it.
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Monthly Archives: September 2014
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 … Continue reading
Friday was St Cyprians Day, which led into a weekend packed with magic, a night at the theater, and family time so I have not been able to report until today. The Cyprian Days were extremely enlightening. Last year Cyprian … Continue reading
Are you going to Crucible this year? Do you know about it? Why not? Crucible is different than most gatherings you go to: No vendors: the focus is on learning and socializing with people of like mind. Though there is … Continue reading
“Do you remember the 21st night of September? Love was changing the mind of pretenders While chasing the clouds away” – Earth, Wind, and Fire The 21st is also the last day to get the Strategic Sorcery Course for $100. … Continue reading
Today is the feast day of Cyprian of Carthage, and tomorrow begins the 9 days of novena ending on the 16th, the feast of Cyprian of Antioch. My own prayer to the Sorcerer Saint goes like this: In the name … Continue reading
Autumn is upon us! Can you feel it? Autumn REEKS of magic. The veil really does seem thin as we get closer to Hallowmass and the days of the dead. Must be the Season of the Witch. I am very passionate … Continue reading
Students of the famous Mahasiddha Milarepa were once badgering him about who he was the reincarnation of. A loose translation of the story goes something like this: Sudents: Oh Great and Powerful Milarepa, so can do so much amazeballs wizardly shit … Continue reading
When you are just starting out as an adult you tend to have a shortage of money, but lots of time to accomplish everything you need. During this period, a DIY mentality serves you well: from mundane tasks like repairing … Continue reading
Simple concept that is important to strategic thinking: advice that you might give to an individual may not be appropriate advice for society at large, and vice versa. Simple enough right? It should be, but I see people mixing up … Continue reading