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What can you say when there’s not much left to say?

I’ve been quiet on this group for a while because my life was so full of other things to do and although Magic played a vital part in makng personal progress in my life after certain events had made my life pretty annoying.

To me it is like I have reached a state where I am just sovereign in a few magical techniques which I can use in a variety of ways and in endless combinations with ritual material of various kinds. Having taken the experimental approach I originally associated with Chaos Magic was the starting point and the best approach I could have taken. It figures in Magic it’s what you do that counts and not the dogma you buy in to.

I am showing up here once more because I plainly missed KIA of which most members were the kind of Occultist with a sense of freedom we usually all seemed to share here, a sense of humour and plain common sense in the end despite all the weirdness that’s shared here who were the best companions I could have on my way.

I’ve neither reached omnipotence nor perfection nor liberation of any ouside influence which might be unpleasant. But by now I’ve got magic for all that I could need or want.

In the end my main approach has become the most simple although I use relative techniques every now and then for certain purposes. Meditation is the summum bonum of all techniques. I have noticed that meditation without an intent is in itself a form of magic having the power to transform your life to the better and make anything fall into place as good as possible in your individual life.

Another thing I have learned is that even in a field where your magic never worked you can make it work if you stick to it long enough and try to adjust your approach. I know a great magical healer who could hardly ever gain wealth. For some it seems a part of their life is cursed and never reacts properly to their magic. To me money was the same problem. But a long search for techniques and many repetitions of workings are finally bringing growing results in this field.

If there are youngsters around I am willing to give advice if needed. And I am 35 now and grew up chronically ill and desperate and an outsider as a teenager. But I got happy and well. Youngsters, with time, and that is needed, magic can basically get you anything you want, for sure. It’s common sense that chances can be missed which will be lost. And for some reason it seems to be an imperfect world and thus it seems perfection can hardly be achieved and you can’t guarantee that you can keep all you gained forever. But I have seen things happen I doubted would be possible when I was young. And happy is an easy thing to be in the end.

Fra. Avis Igneus

3 thoughts on “What can you say when there’s not much left to say?

  1. Good morning!
    Oh my, little shiny thing
    Gets me in the morning

    Bringing me round
    From the deepest sleep
    Wakin’ me up
    And layin’ me down

    When I was just a little boy
    I tried to cross the river
    Jumped on an alligator
    I thought he was a horse

    Oh my, little shiny thing
    Get me, get me everything
    Oh my, little Doraldine
    Get me in the morning
    And bring me ’round
    From the deepest sleep
    Wakin’ me up and layin’ me down

    Layin’ me down

    Oh my
    Oh sister Doraldine
    Get me in the morning
    Bringing me ’round
    From the deepest sleep
    Wakin’ me up
    And laying me down

    When we were just a little girl
    We tried to catch the bluebird
    But he grabbed her and he ate her

    Oh, look out!

    Hmm, interesting lyrics. Either you choose this as result of reading recent discussions on here concerning Agares, or this is another synchronicity…

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  2. “To me it is like I have reached a state where I am just sovereign in a few magical techniques which I can use in a variety of ways and in endless combinations with ritual material of various kinds.”

    I’d say you’ve arrived. You’re an adept — that is to say, you’re an expert in your personal system of magic.

    “In the end my main approach has become the most simple although I use relative techniques every now and then for certain purposes.”

    That’s my goal too. It’s funny that one can stave off illness with a simple exercise and yet one find one’s self too lazy to do it at times. It makes one realize certain unpleasant things about one’s character in pursuing this goal.

    ” Meditation is the summum bonum of all techniques. I have noticed that meditation without an intent is in itself a form of magic having the power to transform your life to the better and make anything fall into place as good as possible in your individual life.”

    Almost all of my power came from meditation. All this stuff others try to do through exercises came naturally to me when I just hung out and meditated. Most of the ideas presented by most magicians in public seem wrong to me because they are a waste or they have unnecessary steps. I won’t get into tearing down heroes, as I used to. I realize certain people have to camouflage themselves and even the quacks serve purposes for us. People who “get it” project something and I can recognize it. I’ve been amazed to find our People in the strangest places. Hell, I may even go about as a Christian pastor at some point because it’s fun to spew the King James — it’s like reading Shakespeare aloud — and I’ve found some adepts lurking among the Christian critters, weaving their charms.

    I would add that leaving your life behind and traveling for an extended period is important. Six years for me and that was after I did military service for four. So, you could argue that I traveled for 10 years, but I don’t count military service as travel. It is not without risk and you can get killed or worse.

    “Another thing I have learned is that even in a field where your magic never worked you can make it work if you stick to it long enough and try to adjust your approach.”

    Yeah, and if you can learn to unfold the stone, the word “approach” becomes something else entirely. =) And, I’m not saying that to correct you, I’m adding to what you’re saying to further the discussion and I suspect you, zeitl0ch, already know. I suspect others here know as well, but they didn’t pipe up to say it. =)

    ” I know a great magical healer who could hardly ever gain wealth. For some it seems a part of their life is cursed and never reacts properly to their magic. To me money was the same problem. But a long search for techniques and many repetitions of workings are finally bringing growing results in this field.”

    In Freemasonry, some of us learn that you cannot enjoy success if you have not developed the requisite faculties within yourself to handle that success. You may get tons of money and not have the skills to handle it and you may get conned or killed or end up ruined in debt so high you’ll never get out. I see this selection of your post as saying, essentially, the same thing.

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  3. Oh, I mean traveling is not without risk and you can get killed or worse. That this applies to military service is obvious and I don’t think anyone who made it here is dumb enough to need to be told that. P

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