Low Magick (Google eBook)

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Sep 1, 2011 - Magic
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Take a fascinating journey into the life of one of the most respected, sought-after, and renowned magicians alive today: Lon Milo DuQuette. In this follow-up to his popular autobiography, My Life with the Spirits, DuQuette tells how a friend was cursed by a well-known foreign filmmaker and how they removed that curse with a little help from Shakespeare. He explains how, as a six-year-old, he used the Law of Attraction to get a date with Linda Kaufman, the most beautiful girl in first-grade. DuQuette also reveals the ins and outs of working with demons and provides a compelling account of performing an exorcism at a private Catholic high school. As entertaining as they are informative, the true stories in this memoir contain authentic magical theory and invaluable technical information.


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Review: Low Magick: It's All in Your Head ... You Just Have No Idea How Big Your Head Is

User Review  - Al - Goodreads

A charming exploration of an adventure through Magickal thought and education. At times (mostly) very funny and others extremely thought provoking, LMD forces our mind to release pretention. This ... Read full review

Review: Low Magick: It's All in Your Head ... You Just Have No Idea How Big Your Head Is

User Review  - Dav8d777 - Goodreads

More philosophical than practical, Duquette is still engaging in this very enjoyable book. Read full review


Zero First Lets Talk about Fear
Two The Formula of Solomon
Three The Law of Attraction The Power of Intent
Four Family Secrets
Seven A Midsummer Nights Curse

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Lon Milo DuQuette (Costa Mesa, CA) is a preeminent scholar, magician, and speaker. The author of fourteen critically acclaimed books on magick and the occult, DuQuette is one of the most respected and entertaining writers and lecturers in the field of Western Magick. Visit him online at www.lonmiloduquette.com

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