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130483273 Western Sex Magic 1

130483273 Western Sex Magic 1

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Published by: Michael DeWayne Moton-El on May 26, 2013
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dedication
Thi
s
book
is dedicated
to
all
tho
se
hardlin
ers
onthe
magical
pathwith whom
Ihave
spentsomany
yearsof toil
andfun
evel~ping
a
modern andmore
effici
ent
approachto
th
eBlack Arts,tastmg
the
hea
ve
ns
andthe
hells
of
magical
power-and
never
giving
up
,the
whole bunch of
us!
table
of
contents
Introduction ........
..
................................................................................xi
A
Short
Outline
of
the History
of
Sex Magic
and
Sex
Mysticism
............................................................................1
Th
e
Premises
ofSexMagic
.....................................................................
6
Handling
Sexuality
Intelligently
................
..
.................................
..
13
TheMagical
Dian;..............................................................................
21
Th
eMirror of
h
e
Sou
l .....................................
....
................................
22Sex Magical
Training
.
.......................................................................25
Phy
sica
l
Practic
e ............................................................
.....
................
30
MagicalProtection
.........................
..
................
..
..................................
34
P
sycho
lo
gica
l P
ractice
..........................................................................
72
Pra
cticeof
he
Magis
............................................................................
93
Practica1Applications......................................................................125
Autoerotic
Pr
actices
........................................................................
..
141
H
eteroero
tic
Practices
.................................
.....
................................
..
148
Hom
oero
tic
Pra
ctices
.........................................................................
162
Rit
ual Group
Sexuality
..
....................................................................
172
Other,
So-Ca
ll
ed
"Devinnt,"
Practices
..............................................
190
Perils
...................................................................................................199
The
ChymicalHierogamy
...............................................................
211
SelectBibliography............................................................................
219
 
introduction
Until
todaynoother
di
sciplineof secretlore
has
remained
shrouded
in
so
much
mystery
as
sexmagic;
none
makesfeelin
gsrunso high
at
both
extr
emesofthe
esoteric spectrum;none is morepow
erful-and
noneso
misunderstood! Nevertheless, general interestin
thi
s
importantbranch of
ma
gic
isstill increasing.
Not
least
has
been the popularization
ofthe Hindu
Tantra
and
theso-called"In
ner
Alchemy"
of
Taoisminrecent years,
and
hardly
any
bookfairpasses
without
titles
appearing on
this topic.
Jt
isthereforeamazing
thatso
und
,
practical
introductionstosexmagic
are
still
so
scarce.Beforegetting
down
to theactual practice,
we
willfir
st
havetoexplain
some
basic
s,
sort
out
some
possible
misunderstandings
and
make
clear which
path
we
will
be
following
in
thisbook.Aboveall,this isa
practical
book.
it
does
not
withhold
or
concea
l,
nordoe
s
it
exaggerate
or
glamorize.
Pre
vious
aut
hors
have
t
oo
oftentemptedtheir
read
ers
withmouth-watering
hints
and
promises,only
to
leave
them
frustratedfor
Ja
ck
of any
definite techniques.This probably reflectstheir ignorance: thesewriterstry totacklea subject
aboutwhich
they
know
littleonlybecau
se
t
sells well. Thereisalso a vein of arrogance whichlooks
down on
the
reader
s a
nd
be-
lieves
th
atthey
are
not
ye
t"
matur
e"
enough
for"real"
kno
w
ledge
.Such
an
attitudeis
all
too
common
inthe occultfield.
Tru
e,
one of
the basicrules
of
allsecret lore is:"ToKnow, To Will, To
Dar
e
and
To
Be
Silent,"
but
in
our
opinion
th
e "ToBe Silent"aspect ofthis
pr
inciple
is
bei
ng
overstressed
at
theexpense
of
other parts. Secrecy
has
itsplace
during
learning
and
pract
icing,
but
notamongauthor
s
who
claima desire
to
convey
knowled
ge
out
ofan
inner commitment.Thisleads
us toanother
aspect
ofthe
principle: "To
Dar
e.
" No
body
can
do
thepracticeforyou,
and
there isnothingto
be
gai
ned
from"armchairsex magic."
As
a
pure
fantasy
it
may
ind
eed
become
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