The Stars Are Not Right - Digital Edition
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This is a short book on why magick sometimes seem to "fail". It is a handbook every practitioner should have - be you adept or neophyte...as it will shed some light as to why a spell/working of yours has "failed". We were inspired to write this book by the one thing all practitioners dread and sadly, have in common somewhere during their path to ascention. It is a short book as it is written in a clear, lucid and direct way...getting straight to the points. It is only available in PDF format. It is 28 pages, and has 12 chapters.
"This nice little booklet contains a lot of common sense and wisdom regarding the performance of magic. I'd say it's an especially handy companion for absolute beginners of the arts, but it offers a lot to the more experienced reader as well.
This could be a real eye-opener to those who dive into practicing magic without having a clue what they're actually doing. As the authors say, not anything goes or is appropriate for any system or way of practice, but The Stars Are Not Right does provide some great general rules, and the reader can proceed from there, adapting according to their own insights.
There's lots of practical advice, and encouragement to the reader to do their own research and ask themselves questions about what is they exactly wish to accomplish, and how. Short as the book may be, it contains vital information on what spellwork is all about, and the topics covered are in my point of view, essential. I can and do highly recommend it!"