Applied Magic

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Weiser Books, Aug 13, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 136 pages
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Applied Magic is a selection of Dion Fortune's writings on the practical applications of magical and esoteric techniques. Everyone has the ability to access the invisible planes of existence- a whole kingdom of mind and spirit- which cannot be perceived with the physical senses. Fortune provides invaluable guidance to anyone intent on increasing their inner awareness. She declares, "Esoteric tradition admits of no exclusiveness; it is the very essence of its spirit that it blasphemes no God that has been hallowed by our devotion. It sees all religions as the expressions of our spirit rather than the personal revelation of a jealous God to His chosen people. It suffers from neither superstitious awe nor bigoted fear."
 

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Contents

THE OCCULT WAY
1
SOME PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF OCCULTISM
5
THE GROUP MIND
12
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RITUAL
20
THE CIRCUIT OF FORCE
23
THE THREE KINDS OF REALITY
31
NONHUMANS
42
BLACK MAGIC
50
A MAGICAL BODY
54
THE OCCULT FIELD TODAY
61
ESOTERIC GLOSSARY
83
INDEX Ill THE SOCIETY OF THE INNER LIGHT
117
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
118
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Dion Fortune (1891-1946), founder of The Society of Inner Light, is recognized as one of the most luminous and significant figures of the 20th-century esoteric thought. A prolific writer, pioneer psychologist, and powerful psychic, she dedicated her life to the revival of the Western Mystery Tradition. Other titles by Fortune include Mystical Qabalah, Psychic Self-Defense, The Sea Priestess, and Moon Magic.

Gareth Knight is one of the major occult practitioners and authors of today. His many books include Experience of Inner Worlds, Magical World of the Tarot, and Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend.

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