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Tuesday, 13 July 2010

The Four Ingredients For Successful Magick

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The Gypsies say that the power of magick lies in four simple ingredients. The first of these is the desire/need of the practitioner. The stronger your desire for something to happen and the stronger your need for a thing, then the stronger is the power that you generate towards that goal. We can say, then, that the first ingredient (indeed the first necessity) for successful magick is "Along with the will for something to happen must go a certain amount of "the second ingredient. It is no good doing anything, least of all magick, in a halfhearted manner. You must concentrate on what you are doing so that you can put that necessary will power into it.

There is no magick wand as described in children's fairy tales. There is no way you can wave a wand or utter a chant or spell, and FLASH! the thing is done. No; even magick takes time. Some spells" effect within 24 hours, but most take longer. Some can take weeks, months, or even more. So the third ingredient is "Do the spell with the necessary will power, give it the required concentration; then be content to sit back and wait for it to have effect... and it will take effect.

The final ingredient is simply "Gypsies don't announce when they are doing magick, nor what exactly they are doing. They do it quietly, within the privacy of their vardos. So you, too, should keep secret what you are doing. By running around telling - perhaps bragging to - your friends, you are only weakening the power of what you have done.

" ~ Raymond Buckland, Secrets of Gypsy Love "

Also read this ebooks:

Eliphas Levi - The Doctrine Of Transcendental Magic
Melita Denning - The Foundations Of High Magick

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