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Book for beginners
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Post # 1
I am sorry people of this site, i only ask for your help once more

I am in search of a book that will lead me in the right direction for a beginner of magic, that will teach the basics of meditation and tuff.

Im getting a wand for christmas to direct my energy but if you havbe a book in mind PLEASE PLEASE send it to me or reply to the post.

If it as like energy flow and the basics of stff then PLEASE tell me, for i would buy it and give yous a rest, thank you

May the best be with you.
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 2
Wow... really? A WAND? Should have named yourself harry, at that point.

As to any books for beginners, you might actually try reading some of the forum posts that are locked to the top of a given list. Those will probably be more helpful than any books I've ever seen, since most of them are written either by people with no magical inclination at all, or simply by people with no ability to convey their intent.
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 3
Well i did try scott cunningham, he was a magician and practised magick for 20 years

People say he is a good starting point.
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 4
Aleister Crowley is a good one to look into. Definitely worth the time.
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Re: Book for beginners
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darkbooks.org

Cunningham or Crowley? And much more.
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 6
I have several suggestions for you since you are new to magical practice. You might want to try these:

"Before You Cast a Spell" by Carl McColman
"Spells and How They Work" by Janet and Stewart Farrar
"Modern Magick" by Donald M. Kraig
"The Veil's Edge" by Willow Polson
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 7
Thank you all soooo much for our help, i will take all into account, thank you :)!
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 8
I agree with what ZariusCorten said. Many of these modern day authors cannot completely be trusted. Many of the things they write are either fiction or modification of someone else's work. And although books of authors such as Aliester Crowley are great, they are not a good place to start from. So it would be best for you to do your research and master the basics which are provided on this site. It will help create a strong foundation for you and then you will be able to see and distinguish for yourself what is rubbish and what is not.
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Re: Book for beginners
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Post # 9
Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard by Oberon Zell Ravenheart is great, check it out.
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Re: Book for beginners
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Zarius, a wand is a fine tool. Try not to mock beginners, it's somewhat inelegant of you.

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