Sex Magick Revisited

Magic will work. The problem is when we try to explain ‘the how’ the conversation inevitably devolves into new-age idealism… and we’re too cool for that, right? Fortunately for us, Bill Hicks and TOOL puts it all on the line with a no-nonsense, detached and decidedly non-romanticized account for all paranormal phenomenon. As if we are listening to a newscast we are informed…

“All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. We are all one Consciousness experiencing itself. Life is but a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves.”

If we accept this as reality, then magic is not only possible, but inevitable.

Now the goal of sex magic revisited is not mere wish-fullfillment. No. The goal of this technique brings us back to the reason magic allegedly works in the first place, that is; to close the illusionary gap of separation between all forms of Consciousness a.k.a. The Singularity.

To practice any magic we must utilize an interface system with this “All-Conscious,” and through the power of language we have such an interface system; the analogy. The functionality of any magical system is not dependent on the particular analogy used, but rather, the power we give the analogy with our beliefs and emotional energy. Our belief in a particular analogy can be strengthened if it is given to us by “authorities” who we trust. Time can also act as an authority – by virtue of a memes long history it may appear to be more authentic, thus our belief in it is strengthened.

“But as chaos magicians remind us, magic may be nothing more

than groundless subjectivity interacting with an internally

consistent matrix of signs and effects. In the absence of

Orthodoxy… the Great Work may be nothing more or less

than another ‘ingenious game.’” -Erik Davis

Exactly! The game of you. Now, do not try to solve the riddle. That’s impossible. Instead… only try to realize the truth. There is no riddle. Then you’ll see, that it is not the riddle that you solved, it is only yourself. The truth shall make you flee.

To these ends we set our sights on the unconscious mind. The issue here is nomenclature.

Just like the conscious mind has many personalities, so to does the unconscious mind. There’s a personality which attends to your bodily functions like breathing and heart rate. It also oversees the release of chemicals into the body, like DMT; one of the most powerful hallucinogens in existence. Then there’s the unconscious mind you read about in self-help books; your guardian angel or creative mind as it were. There’s also a purely speculative  unconscious personality we believe to be a non-local, multi-dimensional energy. We assume this non-local personality exists because MAGIC WORKS. “Something” must account for the synchronicities that occur as a result of a successful magical act. THE THEORY is this unconscious personality, charged with our emotional energy and desires, communicates with other people by virtue of its non-locality. By acting in tandem the personality then manipulates people’s behavior into the necessary patterns needed to “complete the circuit” or whatever. We are, of course, unaware of the subtle machinations going on behind the curtain because… it’s unconscious.

With sex magic revisited, it is our intention to shift our awareness into the non-local, multi-dimensional perspective.

END GAME

“There was an experiment carried out by Dr. Karen Olness at

Rainbow Babies’ and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland involving a

group of children being shown a video featuring puppets. One

puppet represented a virus; another, which looked like a

policeman, represented the immune system. The video was a

simplified illustration of the body that the children could easily

understand.

When the video was over, the children were told to close their

eyes, relax, and imagine lots of policemen puppets running

around their bodies. Saliva samples were then taken from each

child, and the results showed that their immunoglobulin levels

had substantially increased – that is, their immune systems had

begun working as though they were fighting off real infections.”

- Paul McKenna. (How to change your life in 7 days)

This simple experiment shows us the unconscious mind not only knows what we know, but it responds to our analogies as reality, in other words; it responds to our associations as reality. The unconscious mind is not logical or rational, it merely takes what it observes and makes it so. And so it is. The unconscious non-local personality with the power to communicate with every other person in existence is now, through the power of language, associated with our Third Eye. Believe it! The Third Eye has always been associated with our pineal gland, and it has been suggested the pineal gland produces DMT (one of the most powerful hallucinogens in existence.) The hallucinations being a necessary synthesizer for the processing of information that cannot be understood by rational, linear thinking.

SO! By associating the act of “having sex in the name of ‘the Third eye’” with the intention of entering a collective-hyper-lucid-dreamworld; it is our contention yes we can willfully break down the wall of ordinary consciousness and shift our awareness into the non-local, multidimensional perspective. Why would we want to do this? For shits and giggles of course! However, prudence demands I do not tell you my personal name for the “third eye” lest you think I’m trying to start a cult *yuk*yuk*yuk* No. The arduous task of fashioning a personal analogy for the Third eye is yours and yours alone.

Happy gaming! And enjoy the show! …you ungrateful sons of bitches.

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  • Magic isn't real

    Magick? So wishful thinking is magick?

    As I suspected.

    • Geez

      Agreed, having never tried this stuff I can say that it has no basis in reality and does not work. FACT.

      • EcstasyOfApostasy

        Having actually tried this stuff and being a practitioner for several years, I can definitively say that it really DOES NOT work.

        • Tuna Ghost

          Again, how can you be a “practitioner” if it never actually worked? Isn't that like saying “I used to be a guitar player, but there's no such things as guitars so I quit”?

          • Abc

            words are the clothes that our thoughts wear. they DO NOT make us who we are. they simply keep us from being naked and ashamed. all mental barriers are the result of belief. be comfortable not knowing.

          • iki

            more like “I used to be a guitar player but never learned to play any songs”

        • vicwiz

          did you try masturbating over a dead goat?

    • Conniedobbs

      goobledy gobbledy abracadabra! Poof you're a toad.

    • Tuna Ghost

      The problem with sentences like “magic isn't real” is that they are, without any useful definitions, entirely meaningless. What do you mean, “isn't real”? Obvious it is a thing, it has a definition in the goddam dictionary, billions of people know what you mean when you mention it, people talk about it, people claim to do it, so it is a thing on some level. Of course, so are unicorns in that respect, so what exactly are we talking about when you say “real”? Real like Sherlock Holmes? Real like Socrates? Real like Bill Clinton? Real like justice? Real like love? “Real” is one of those words people use because they don't have an actual answer or point to make.

      On a similar note, what exactly do people mean when they use the word “magic”? Telling someone “Harry Potter isn't real” isn't exactly a newsflash (although for someone who isn't real his name in the right places is worth a goddam fortune). But if we use Crowley's definition (and many, many occultists do), which is that magic is simply an application of will, then it becomes pretty hard to say it isn't real or “doesn't exist”. What is being objected to, I think, is the idea of “occult” things, pressures or leverage that are hidden from normal perception. Which is also a pretty silly objection, when you think.

      • abc

        words are the clothes that our thoughts wear. they DO NOT make us who we are. they simply keep us from being naked and ashamed. all mental barriers are the result of belief. be comfortable not knowing.

  • tonyviner

    Magic with a k is just as gay as if to pray.

    • Iznot

      wow. stupid.

      • tonyviner

        Yeah?

    • Conniedobbs

      the k is for kteis. Which, for the ladies, can be gay.

  • Cerebralsubversion

    You know,

    This isn't the most amazingly written article ever, but I will say that I started practicing magick years ago, and would list it as basically the most rewarding/intelligent thing I've ever done. And yeah, much like say Grant Morrison, I did it to prove that it was bullshit, and proved the exact inverse.

    It's just funny how this shit upsets materialists so. Yeah, sorry, humans don't know shit and consciousness is in fact everything. The soul does not live inside the body, the body lives inside the soul. Almost an impossible concept for one raised in western society to grasp, but our failure to grasp it has everything to do with all the suffering in the world. I will say though, that I find it more than convenient that things like hallucinogenic drugs, witchcraft, magick, sorcery, i.e. the things that serve to empower humans to regain control of their lives from the constant programming they're subject to in our society and reprogram their own realities to their liking – are the very ideas that are suppressed most adamantly in our culture. Coincidence? Surely you're not that naive.

    To further that point, in psychical research, studies have been done that indicate that those who are convinced in the non-existence of psi phenomenon almost always perform more poorly than those who are open to it. So there you have it materialists. You've intentionally made yourselves powerless, and you wear it as a badge of honor. The enlightened are laughing at your ignorance.

    • Talmadge613

      @ Cerebralsubversion

      “This isn't the most amazingly written article ever”

      Believe me, when I say I appreciate this sentiment. But I do not give a flying shit about the finer points of punctuation or grammar, furthermore, I am not a scholar and it was not my intent to give a complete exposition on the history of magical theory OR to convert cynics. Magic is an art; and I am first and foremost, an artist – my muse is chaos, discord and incoherence. I am a madman, my religion is quantum pantheism. No. This article was meant for those who already believe in the possibilities of magic, who have personally experienced the mind-warping synchronistic result of a successful magical act. I have tried to keep the article as ‘scientific’ as permissible by very clearly stating the non-local unconscious personality is SPECULATIVE. This is at worst merely a flawed theory for THE HOW magic works (for some), at best I’ve outlined a technique The Others can experiment with.

      By virtue of the Paul McKenna excerpt I intended to show that “magic” is a purely psychological event; that the increase of those children’s immunoglobulin levels was no less ‘miraculous’ than me winning the lottery after performing a rather simple chanting exercise (which I have.) I believe association is the foundation of any magical system. I know given the right associations we can willfully induce a visual interface system (of hallucinations) that allows us to be consciously aware of the “behind the scenes” Process that makes magic work. And by being consciously aware of that Process we can have a more direct influence ON that Process and therefore be capable of even more mind-blowing feats. Now I can tell you all successes I’ve had with this particular sex magic technique, but why limit your expectations?

      The cynic says “Convince me.” I say, why do you care? Isn’t it enough for you to mock those with different beliefs? Isn’t it enough for you to be convinced of your own superiority because you mock those with different beliefs? *FYI* All matter really is energy condensed to a slow vibration. And I can’t think of anything better to base a religion on.

    • Tuna Ghost

      well, I don't think the enlightened really get a big kick out of ignorance and pain in other people, but in most other respects I find I agree. To a point, anyway.

      I first heard “The soul does not reside in the body, the body resides in teh soul” either in my first philosophy class or in a Grant Morrison comic. Considering how our senses work to conceptualize the phenomena happening around us, the statement is not spurious. “Objective Reality” is sort of a meaningless statement when we're talking about the reality percieved through the senses, which is most certainly not “objective”–it is constructed, like a cross between a narrative and a house. We believe there is a shared reality because things we see and do seemingly affect other consciousnesses, which are not under the domain of our senses–but if consciousness is a singular for which there is no plural, as Schrodinger is reported to have said, then there you go.

      I think a big part of the disagreement between materialists, who feel justified saying “this is a hand, and no amount of arguing or 're-conceptualizing' is going to keep you from screaming when I smash it with a hammer” and occultists who insist on there being “occult” things, places, and events is that it boils down to whether or not one thinks it possible that two seemingly contradictory perspectives can be reconciled. They can. The are contradictions all over the place and the universe keeps on going, so logical contradictions can't be very important compared to what actually is, as the mathematician Godel demonstrates.

      The biggest flaw in materialism (maybe the only) is the belief that things like physics or our senses are telling us how the world “really is”. This is not the case, sadly, as is known in scientific circles. Physics is not telling us how the universe behaves, only how it APPEARS to behave to us. There is a field of study that concerns itself with how things ACTUALLY are, the study of being qua being–and that is called metaphysics, and most people get tired of it very quickly. Even though people like Leibniz are having their metaphysical theories brought up as a way to desribe modern physics.

      • Tuna Ghost

        well fuck. Does anyone know how to type that funky german “o” with the two dots over it? “Godel” and “Schrodinger” just look naked without it.

  • EcstasyOfApostasy

    After 9 years of being a practitioner of magick myself and studying everything I could get my hands on about it, I can truly say that it really is just as much a form of escapist superstition as any other religion. I even tried to prop it up as being scientifically based and convinced myself that it could all be easily explained by simple physics which only proved that I had absolutely no idea how physics worked in the first place. (Even so, who says science can't be mysterious and wonderful?)

    Sure, Bill Hicks was a cool guy and Tool's music is cool (depending on what level of fan you are), but lets not try to make a religion out of it, shall we? They both encourage(d) us to fight the powers that enslave us and resist the corruption and malice in this world, but lets actually get out there and do something about it instead of sitting at home masturbating our third eye. If any of that shit were true, the Dalai Lama would have Tibet back already.

    • Tuna Ghost

      Honest question: why did it take nine years before you came to the realization about magic being an escapist superstition? Seems like if were being honest with yourself, you could have come to a conclusion about the value of it within a year.

      That said, religion is not, as is oft and glibly remarked around these parts, simply an “escapist superstition”. Saying that demonstrates an incredible lack of understanding of anthropology, sociology and history.

      • EcstasyOfApostasy

        I never said there's no purpose to be served in believing things that simply aren't true.

        • Tuna Ghost

          Brings to mind a zenarchist proverb that basically runs “if you have to believe in something then it obviously isn't true, because if it were you wouldn't have to 'believe' in it”. I don't “believe” in the proper application of will or the god Hermes anymore than I “believe” in love or justice or the sunrise.

          Then again, Uncle Al did say “In this book it is spoken of the Sephiroth and the Paths; of Spirits and Conjurations; of Gods, Spheres, Planes, and many other things which may or may not exist. It is immaterial whether these exist or not. By doing certain things certain results will follow; students are most earnestly warned against attributing objective reality or philosophic validity to any of them.”

          …that wasn't as illuminating as I'd hoped.

  • Namelesswon

    Looks like Philip H. Farber gonna sue someones ass.

  • Tuna Ghost

    Honest question: why did it take nine years before you came to the realization about magic being an escapist superstition? Seems like if were being honest with yourself, you could have come to a conclusion about the value of it within a year.

    That said, religion is not, as is oft and glibly remarked around these parts, simply an “escapist superstition”. Saying that demonstrates an incredible lack of understanding of anthropology, sociology and history.

  • Tuna Ghost

    The problem with sentences like “magic isn't real” is that they are, without any useful definitions, entirely meaningless. What do you mean, “isn't real”? Obvious it is a thing, it has a definition in the goddam dictionary, billions of people know what you mean when you mention it, people talk about it, people claim to do it, so it is a thing on some level. Of course, so are unicorns in that respect, so what exactly are we talking about when you say “real”? Real like Sherlock Holmes? Real like Socrates? Real like Bill Clinton? Real like justice? Real like love? “Real” is one of those words people use because they don't have an actual answer or point to make.

    On a similar note, what exactly do people mean when they use the word “magic”? Telling someone “Harry Potter isn't real” isn't exactly a newsflash (although for someone who isn't real his name in the right places is worth a goddam fortune). But if we use Crowley's definition (and many, many occultists do), which is that magic is simply an application of will, then it becomes pretty hard to say it isn't real or “doesn't exist”. What is being objected to, I think, is the idea of “occult” things, pressures or leverage that are hidden from normal perception. Which is also a pretty silly objection, when you think.

  • Namelesswon

    Looks like Philip H. Farber gonna sue someones ass.

  • Tuna Ghost

    Again, how can you be a “practitioner” if it never actually worked? Isn't that like saying “I used to be a guitar player, but there's no such things as guitars so I quit”?

  • Tuna Ghost

    well, I don't think the enlightened really get a big kick out of ignorance and pain in other people, but in most other respects I find I agree. To a point, anyway.

    I first heard “The soul does not reside in the body, the body resides in teh soul” either in my first philosophy class or in a Grant Morrison comic. Considering how our senses work to conceptualize the phenomena happening around us, the statement is not spurious. “Objective Reality” is sort of a meaningless statement when we're talking about the reality percieved through the senses, which is most certainly not “objective”–it is constructed, like a cross between a narrative and a house. We believe there is a shared reality because things we see and do seemingly affect other consciousnesses, which are not under the domain of our senses–but if consciousness is a singular for which there is no plural, as Schrodinger is reported to have said, then there you go.

    I think a big part of the disagreement between materialists, who feel justified saying “this is a hand, and no amount of arguing or 're-conceptualizing' is going to keep you from screaming when I smash it with a hammer” and occultists who insist on there being “occult” things, places, and events is that it boils down to whether or not one thinks it possible that two seemingly contradictory perspectives can be reconciled. They can. The are contradictions all over the place and the universe keeps on going, so logical contradictions can't be very important compared to what actually is, as the mathematician Godel demonstrates.

    The biggest flaw in materialism (maybe the only) is the belief that things like physics or our senses are telling us how the world “really is”. This is not the case, sadly, as is known in scientific circles. Physics is not telling us how the universe behaves, only how it APPEARS to behave to us. There is a field of study that concerns itself with how things ACTUALLY are, the study of being qua being–and that is called metaphysics, and most people get tired of it very quickly. Even though people like Leibniz are having their metaphysical theories brought up as a way to desribe modern physics.

  • Tuna Ghost

    well fuck. Does anyone know how to type that funky german “o” with the two dots over it? “Godel” and “Schrodinger” just look naked without it.

  • Namelesswon

    theres alot of bullshit books, memes, propaganda and dumb ass sensationalism about magic(k) out there so I'm not surprised if people havent got into it, given up on it, or just never grasped or understood the concept of it. to confuse it with being a belief system or a religion, is pure ignorance at best and just lazy stupidity at worse. Lemme break it down for you, everyone speaks a language and different ones. Magick is like learning linguistics and understanding why and how we speak, of course if you study it you aint gonna start fluently ordering crispy balls in Canton, but then some people bought the Harry Potter wiccan spellbooks from the drugstore and thought they would be able to lick toads and win the lottery so they gave up on it as bullshit..
    like saying;
    “I gave up on sport when I found out the WWF was full of fakes trying to make a buck”

    Some people just like driving from A-B doing shopping, picking up the kids and shit. Same folks never even looked under the hood to see how the car works, i guess they scared cos if it aint broke dont fix it mentality. Well if you are an ignorant muthafucka consumerist that wants to skip through life just being and doing shit without trying to grasp why or how then yeah, stear clear of magick and just let everyone else do the more interesting, rewarding valuable shit for you, you get the same shit in the end, but then its not about the destination but more about the journey.

    it has more to do with true conciousness and responsibility of understanding, empathic consideration and imagination or affecting change in conformity to will, if you like. Its no wonder that all the greatest artists and musicians the world has ever created have dabbled with the occult. You do have to undertsand what true will is… but thats some other bullshit and you git to check your myface and fuk about with your wiipads you dumb ignorant monkey hanging inbreds.

  • justagirl

    magicians are HOT! er… the ones that don't talk so much.

  • Cerebralsubversion

    Cool discussion thread.

    Didn't mean to dis the author, as I liked and agreed with what he was saying for the most part. No idea who actually wrote it because they wouldn't cop to it, which speaks to how repressed this stuff is in our culture. You can't even admit to being into magick publicly for fear of ridicule, which applies to most neo spiritual beliefs. But you can openly talk about being a psychotic mono-theist. I'm a writer. Do I tell anyone in the office I work that I'm a writer? Hell no. There's another guy that works in my office that literally just wrote a book called: “the apocalypse and Satan's glory hole” and believe me, that's far less controversial than any kind of alternative spiritual assertions.

    Just wanted to address a few things.

    1. I can truly say that it really is just as much a form of escapist superstition as any other religion

    Well, why were you just reading about magick? Were doing things like taking mushrooms? Keeping dream journals. Materialists have a hard time coming to terms with concepts as bizarre as magick, so reading up on psi research, remote viewing, alien phenomenon etc. would probably appeal to your rational mind more effectively and kick you out of your stasis. Or maybe your just not meant for this stuff. Who knows. My guess would be that you're a hyper type A personality control freak. There's nothing wrong with that, but those people are always going to struggle with these concepts the most. Magick to a large extent is relinquishing control of your life to the cosmic overmind and giving yourself up to states of possession. The most bizarre shit I've ever gotten myself into is astral projection, which almost no one seems to be dicking around with these days.

    2. If any of that shit were true, the Dalai Lama would have Tibet back already

    If I've learned anything, it's that the forces of the universe like to exploit humanity for their own means, or moreover, the expansion of consciousness, pursuit of novelty etc. This seems heinous when you look at human lives as being important and death as something to fear, but we're just not seeing the whole picture. It's our egos that tell us we're important. We are, but just not in the way we to conceive of it. Do you think a farmed cow has any idea it helped make my Xbox? This is an art experiment, and the archons of this particular reality have a sick sense of humor to say the least. It's a funny joke. The more you think you understand, the more hilarious you become. Which is what magick should be teaching you. You're not really in control and none of this really matters that much. It's a tough path and you have to be brutal on yourself in constantly challenging your own ideas. Most don't have the stomach for it, which is why I don't really try to convice my friends to give it a whirl.

    Well anyway, here's a blog I wrote about this kind of thing, and mushrooms really:

    http://www.portableshrines.com/blog/?p=2689#mor

  • The SE7EN STAR

    It goes without saying I think these ideas merit a wider audience. To these ends I suggest we declare our victory as Douglas Rushkoff proposed, in the form of establishing mainstream sex magic technology. And don't pretend this is implausible, history has given us plenty of examples of pro-sex civilizations. We need only finish the job hippies started, just a little bit wiser this time around; capitalism and technology can be our friends.

    Now the question is, who is our spokesperson for this movement? I propose none other than Lady Gaga. She's already endeared herself to the underground as evident in Jason Louv's “Love letter” to her, (http://www.hplusmagazine.com/editors-blog/lady-…) she's been a target of various conspiracy theories because of her extensive use of esoteric symbols like lighting bolts and the eye in the triangle – and what more perfect symbol of the “THIRD EYE” is there?? I know, I know, it's “supposed” to represent the eye in the pyramid. But maybe… MAYBE “the eye in the pyramid” was always meant to represent the THIRD EYE. Because it's not really an eye in a pyramid is it? No. It's an eye in a TRIANGLE hovering over a pyramid. Whatever. This is just speculation. The point is, if conspiracy theorists want to point their finger at her screaming “She's one of them! She's one of them!” Then, let's make her one of us. Richard Metzger once said he has seen the Illuminati, and it is US! I say, he was more right than maybe even he knew. I say we stop calling ourselves “cultural engineers” and start acting like it.

    I IMPLORE ANYONE WITH THE RESOURCES TO CONTACT LADY GAGA, TO PITCH HER THIS IDEA FOR A CONCEPT ALBUM.

    ==
    The idea is Lady Gaga started a movement where the goal is for people to enter a collective-hyper-lucid-dreamworld like the Matrix. She could incorporate all sorts of themes from Alice in Wonderland, the Wizard of Oz, Pink Floyd's The Wall (cause you'd be breaking down the wall of ordinary Consciousness).

    - The album starts off with news reports about this huge controversy surrounding the movement – the reports also talk about the government cracking down on people joining the movement because people are coming back from the dreamworld with mental powers that cannot be controlled by the authorities. then fade up Gaga reciting the 1st amendment. loop 4 or 5 times.

    *ahem*

    - remake of slipknot's “surfacing”

    - song about a white rabbit who lead her to the dreamworld in the first place.

    - now she's saying she's the white rabbit for the rest of the world – “now I'm the leader with the clock, TiK ToK.”

    - another song talks about the controversy surrounding her movement and it's revealed the method for entering the dreamworld is having sex a certain way. recycle Ke$ha's lyrics “there's a place downtown where the freaks all come around; it's a hole in the wall; it's a dirty free for all.”

    - The adversary is Conceptualized as “The Animal”

    - there's a call to arms: “history is written by winners, baby. so let's make our own tonight; cause I'm the type that's going to fight till we see the sunlight.”

    - Sample lyrics and beats from NIN's Ruiner for (pre)confrontation of The Animal : how did you get so big. how did you get so strong. you know i can see what you really are. you didn't hurt me. nothing can hurt me. you didn't hurt me. nothing can stop me now.

    - Then the story moves inside the dreamworld; touch on themes of evolution, consciousness, unity, peace, general celebration; a party.

    - use MLWTTKK intro for “Burning DIrt” as inception to Dream Cycle.

    – The story climaxes when Gaga & “the freaks” confront “The Animal” in the dreamworld (a flying monkey – for the video and concert)

    - The key to defeating The Animal is “The Machine” (Gaga is Skynet, remember?) Recycle some lyrics from Nine Inch Nail's “The Becoming”: i beat my machine. it's a part of me. it's inside of me. i'm stuck in this dream. it's changing me i am becoming. all pain disappears it's the nature of my circuitry. drowns out all i hear. there's no escape from this; my new consciousness.

    - The Animal dies in quaint ferocity saying: AM KING OF THIS AEON. Gaga replies: What? the one we just ended? You were dosed with logoplasm 64, you evil shit: Welcome to the WORD.

    - Happy ending. “we walked into the dream of a dead god and brought heaven to earth.”

    list of possible samples to use:

    - Bill Hicks from TOOL's “Third Eye” : “All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. We're all one Consciousness experiencing itself; there is no such thing as death, life is but a dream and we are the imagination of ourselves.”
    - Ronald Reagan saying: “tear down this wall”
    - “I'm the new way to go. I'm the way of the future” the same sample from My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult's “After the Flesh”
    - Guitar riff off of Divine heresy's “Failed creation”

    ==

    Anyone who would like to help me revise the article “sex magick revisited” for prosperity is welcome. it should most definitely be used in the liner notes of the album. I can be reached at Talmadge613/at/gmail.com

    In closing – 500 years ago: God hated sex and drugs. Now, drug addled sex perverts are creating a new religion that will take over the world. BELIEVE IT!! And yes, that does mean god is crazy. Crazy like a FOX.

    “The consensus doesn't explain our lives.” – Grant Morrison (on drugs at the time)

    • SE7EN_STAR

      ^ Talmadge613 = SE7EN STAR = me

  • Gregory

    While I was reading this, I thought I heard a few wet, muffled explosions. Then I Iooked around and a few atheists who believe that until a couple centuries ago, people just didn't have a clue about how the universe worked…well, they read this article by mistake and their heads exploded.

    Please put up a warning or something…truth will set us free, but where these type of bed-wetting, electric donkey bottom biter types are concerned, the truth only hurts.

    fiat lux

  • GoodDoktorBad

    There is nothing more “magical” than existence itself.

    “Magical” meaning in this case- “things we don't understand”. People love to make flat statements about the nature of reality. Everybody has there own ideas and experiences but they all fall short of “ratonial” explanation.
    Logic is only reliable with complete information, which we don't possess. Personal experience is all anyone has to go on, really.
    All other views are naturally subjective and originate in a world you cannot enter -the minds of others.
    In your mind is the only place “magic” can really exist without fetter. The effects of those beliefs will be projected onto outer reality. Guess what, Magic!
    If you look at the world and all its people, you may notice everything is exactly as it is because thats what people make real. Guess what -Magic!
    Magic is nothing more than the attempted discovery of the nature of existance. on a personal level.
    Remove doubt and preconceived notions of “natural law” and you can achieve anything.
    Reality hasn't been written, it is being written……..

  • Guest

    did you try masturbating over a dead goat?