Magic educational program


This collection contains a selection of 100 articles written by me between 2008 and early 2020. At first glance, this may seem like a kind of hodgepodge, but the main thread that runs through all the above notes is the elimination of magical illiteracy, which has spread in recent years thanks to not very distant authors.

Here I try to explain the nature of magic in the most understandable and accessible language, describe the basic principles and laws operating in this sphere of life. For the most part, the presented "almanac" contains articles in which I answer the most frequently asked questions, trying to explain some key points "on the fingers". Hope I got it.

Not without a share of well-grounded criticism of the modern esoteric community, in the form of the #KamazSchebnya heading, already beloved by my readers (in the blog and social networks). Why kamaz and why rubble? Because no stones are enough to scatter them in the right gardens.

The collection is divided into several main parts, each of which is devoted to a different topic.

1 - Magic "on the fingers". The same magical educational program. Short notes about the essentials.
2 - Necromancy as a field of magic. A small selection of articles on the magic of death.
3 - Demonology as the science of demons and their habitats. A little debunking of myths and some aspects of practical interaction.
4 - The same #KAMAZCrushed. Debunking esoteric stereotypes and reducing the brain. Although some of the articles devoted to this topic are scattered across the other section, some were nevertheless managed to be combined here.
5 - New Year's articles. There are not so many of them, tk. are tied to certain dates, but they will serve
  a small bonus for those who like to tell fortunes at Christmas time.
6 - About magic and religion. The main problems of interaction, conflicts and a view of religion from the position of sober occultism.

The most difficult thing for me in compiling this collection was to determine the sequence of articles and divide them into sections, since all of them were written in different years and with a fairly wide range of topics. In the end, I tried to collect them all into a more or less coherent text. It seems like it happened, but it's up to you to judge.


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