Below is another field report about the success that people are having with Strategic Sorcery:

>I was laid off from my last position in January of 2011. I did’nt want to continue in that industry anyway, but was not sure where I wanted to go. I did not do much magic to find a job until September of this year, taking the time on unemployment to work on some other projects. I applied for jobs, and was even offered one that I turned down because it was too much of a pay cut. By the end of the summer though I was ready to get back to work.

Using the information from the course and from your Financial Magic lectures I followed the following steps:

1: META ENCHANTMENT: A simple Nine Day Novena to the Lady of the Miraculous Medal from “Popular Catholic Novenas”. About four days after completing the Novena I applied for a Job as a Travel Agent that a friend had pointed out would be ideal for me.
2: FIRST MICRO ENCHANTMENT: I made master copies of the resume, dressed it and kept it on the altar charged using the Mercury Seal that you gave out in the course. I charged it to effect all electronic copies of the resume. I did the same with the cover letter, but under the seal of Venus.
3: SECOND MICRO ENCHANTMENT: I summoned Sabatoleth from the SS Mini Grimoire and put him to work on the cyber aspects of the hiring process.

RESULT: I was offered a phone interview followed by an online assessment test. After Passing these I was brought to a group interview where I had to prove my sales and travel knowlege

META ENCHANTMENT FOR INTERVIEW: Since Sabatoleth worked out well, I summoned, made offerings to, and wore the seal of Astaleth for influence during the interview.
MICRO ENCHANTMENT FOR THE INTERVIEW: Brought hard copies of Resume and Cover letter that had been set to “cook” with the master copies for a few days. I also infused them with astral constructs meant to give positive feelings towards anyone that handled them. Following your advice I used no hoodoo oils or powders on these papers. I picked up some items to use on subsequent post-interview workings but this was unnecessary because…

RESULT: I was offered the job before leaving the interview. In 8 months I had applied for two jobs and gotten both of them. I turned down the first and took this one. In this economy I think thats pretty good.

Once at the job I decided to implement something along the lines of Seth Godins “Linchpin” strategy that Gordon recommended and focus on what was not being done well by others so that I could position myself to get noticed. In this case it was leads that came in through the web as opposed to walk ins and phone ins. For this I used:

META ENCHANTMENT FOR LINCHPINNING: I committed myself to regular Red Jambhala Mantra repetitions several times throughout every work day. This is the union of Jhambhala and Kurukulla. Yidam of wealth YabYum with the Dakini of Enchantment.
MICRO ENCHANTMENT FOR LINCHPINNING: When I would go for a few days without web sales I would use the prayer to Our Lady of Prompt Succor. She works amazingly fast. In addition to this I used some information level magic tech from lesson 39 to influence my web clients and used conversational sorcery from The Sorcerers Secrets on those that I spoke to on the phone as well.

RESULT: By the end of the first month I had closed more web leads than the entire store had in the previous year! I continued in a similar fashion and was just recently offered the newly created position of Web Sales Specialist for my entire area. I am in an office, have a better schedule, more money, and more visibility within the company.

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  1. Emily says:

    Hi Jason,

    Just curious, are all these reports performed by total noobs(neophytes to magic)?

  2. Inominandum says:

    A mix. In the case above definitely not a noob.

  3. wind says:

    Just curious: why did you advise against the use of powder or oil on the resume? Seems like a perfect magickal link, no?

    • inominandum says:

      Because no matter how much magical sway those oils or powders have it will not outweigh the negative impression left by an oily resume or a funny smelling cover letter. Worse yet, if any powder was detected after the fact it could be interpreted as anthrax. This has happened repeatedly at courthouses over the last several years.

      Other ideas I have heard are sigils in invisible ink. The problem is that invisible ink is not so invisible in certain lights and is not worth the risk. Dragons Blood in the refillable ink cartridge is yet another scheme, but again do you really want to hand in a red resume?

      Magical impressions must never act counter to mundane impressions, you will loose every time.

  4. Awesome report. I agree with you that the mundane impressions shouldn’t be countered by our magical efforts.

    Your advice is most sound, especially in regards to oils. However, I think that dusting letters and resume` are completely doable. The way I was taught leaves not distinct impression of the power and it can’t be detected by feel. I dust my letters with a really small pinch and then knock it off. When handling the paper you cant feel grains or even see powder–even if laid down on a surface.

    I have yet to have a client ever get “caught.” I also use this method without any adverse impressions from the people I am influencing. It is how I got into grad school, how I passed my own interviews, and how I have my clients do it.

    I think the issue comes from people who lack the common sense that you point out–don’t let your magical efforts leave an adverse mundane impression. Like oils on paper= a no no and the same with using a lot of powder.

    • Inominandum says:

      I actually agree with you on the powder issue and do it that way myself sometimes. However since I started teaching such large numbers of people without the face to face I sometimes just warn against it. I once told someone to make sure it was all shaken off the letter, but they interpreted this to mean that it was ok to shake it all into the envelope…. Dumb.

      The kick is that the physical resume and cover letter are not as good a link as they once were anyway. I recently watched a loooooong argument unfold about how best to dress these items and I just kept thinking to myself “Where are you applying for jobs? Chess King in 1987? You can’t even drop a physical resume off at the mall or at target anymore, it all has to be electronic.”.

      The physical papers are still useful for when you get the interview, but it won’t be the first copy they look at.

  5. I figured that was why you advise what you do: common sense–I can completely relate. In fact your story reminds me of a client I had who I walked through how to dust a love letter for reconciliation work. I told her specifically a pinch and to make sure to get it off the letter. Just like your example she knocked all the powder into the envelope and sent it off to her target.

    It made it through the mail, but you can imagine the utter shock of her target when he received a love letter and an envelope filled with strange powder…XD

    You make a good point about the resume not always being a good link. Generally they expect an electronic copy and only touch a physical copy if you bring one with you to the interview.

    Nevertheless, thanks for sharing the report! I’m enjoying these!

  6. Emory says:

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