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Two complete volumes in one. Liber Null contains a selection of extremely powerful rituals and exercises for committed occultists. Psychonaut is a manual comprising the theory and practice of magic aimed at those seeking to perform group magic or who work as shamanic priests to the community.

©1987 Peter J. Carroll (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • 04-05-2021

great classic

the only criticism I could give is that it does not include the graphs from the book

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  • 23-08-2021

A clarifying and engaging book

If you started reading Aleister Crowley and found his vast system of symbols too dense, this books is a great simplifier. Carroll strips away most of Crowley’s dense lore in favor of cutting to the chase: how might one cause change to occur in conformity with will?

The techniques in this book are wonderfully accessible and fascinating. Concerning ceremonial magick specifically, I don’t think many people will have success with his methods. In my opinion, driving oneself into a frenzy is easier and less generative than developing one-pointed concentration.

If this is your first book on the occult, I recommend reading Crowley’s Book 4 next. Parts 1 and 2 are highly clarifying, while part 3 is incredibly dense.

tldr: forget about magick, just meditate.

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  • Brent crane
  • 12-06-2021

Great book

Highly recomend, great content and narration. Looking forward to more Peter carol. The content in the book is still relevant.

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  • George Almaraz
  • 12-05-2021

what a crock of shit

I can't believe this book is recommended by modern day occultist. Author is a idiot.....What will you earn by listening to this? 50 year old bs.

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  • Alex Matas
  • 12-10-2021

Magick is real

A plethora of information with respect to a subject that is usually obscured in wordy words and intertwined concepts. This book is the ABCs to spirituality pulled from Egypt and nowadays practiced in North America. Jack Parsons is my idol.

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