Mighty oaks from little acorns do grow. this book of practical 'Results Magick' sprang from a brief conversation about cunning folk, the European village sorcerers of old, and how they might do their work today. The cunning man or woman of history would have traveled around their local area performing the craft with probably a bag full of herbs, some pins, a flint and tinder to make fire, some ready-made charms, a knife and a weighty book or two (about anything) with which to impress the illiterate. By comparison the modern chaos magician cunner would be likely to have a groovy backpack to carry various problem-solving tools in, like a cellphone, a cigarette lighter, a Swiss Army knife, a packet of some painkilling drug, a bag of a quite different herbs for ingestion in various ways, a disk of some computer software, various dark-looking sorcerous books and probably some weird and discordant spooky sounds on their mp3 player to impress the musically illiterate. This book is timely, in that there has existed for some time a need for balance in the expression of what magic is about, balance with the overarching fluffiness and 'do-anything-as-long-as-it-is-white-light' of modern paganism.
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