be careful of chaos magick, chaos is the God of disorder, anarchy and insanity. If you use it a chaos tentacle could possibly make you go insane or will have anarchy in this realm. but if you wish to dabble into the dark arts then you should seek advice from a dark arts magician or sorcerer or wiccan. Remember what was said about the mad gods in the necrocaninom they were mad gods and even the least insane dancing chaos Gods were insane as well.
Well, I just read a quick overview of what chaos magick is. And I was right for the most part, it being about magickal paradigm shifts. Then again, you are right in your opinion because some will argue that belief isn't necessary. That is the catch though, how chaos magick is generally centralized around these magickal paradigm shifts. The paradigm shifts provide belief. It is like a manual on the very concepts of magick, and it looks like chaos magick leans more towards a form of metallic magick, yet it is said to be a culmination of just about anything, so this can include theurgic magick, which is exactly like ceremonial magick, and that is very different from metallic magick.
Magickal paradigm shirts is the centralized theme, then it isn't, depending on how one looks at it. Chaos magick is starting to sound like where the dark pagan mad men and mad women come in. It doesn't sound like a doctrine, but an emphasis that proves magick is universal, because creativity is encouraged which says that there is no wrong way to eat a Reeses.
I think the title speaks for itself, because the idea that chaos is an insurmountable outcome, sort of symbolizes that what chaos magick has to offer really is magickal manipulation at its finest. That is a thought of a paradigm shift in itself, believing in the idea of magickal paradigm shifts more so than not.
Then if I remember right, chaos magick even gets into the true symbolism of color. It is not necessarily that colors has set meanings, but understanding that the rainbow symbolizes magick itself, is a paradigm shift of belief.
Just how it so that I am going to do something to make it happen, even though previous beliefs may be concontradictory? That is the question. I would just like to say, 'A good chaos magician understands concepts, but a bad chaos magician brings order through chaos and punishment; nonetheless, a paradigm shift of magickal capabilities, yet to unfold.'
Here are some crazy ideas for chaos magick. Again, it is based off of magickal paradigm shifts.
I always wanted to perform an exorcism on a very peculiar powerful creature. I don't call some witches people or think of them a person, because their capabilities are at a higher level of a universal understanding of many things. It juat doesn't amount to witches, per say, when I think of creatures. And as creatures are, they are to be treated like creatures. See I created my own paradigm shift.
For an example, I want to perform an exorcism through the use of a voodoo doll. Yes, a voodoo doll. Don't ask me why I think that is even plausible, because it would shatter most people's world, or what sense of reality they so have.
That is an example of chaos magick, because it derives concepts and or practices from other paths, where one comprises something into their own, by his or her creative understanding, that brings fruition to 'chaos.'