The Master Works of Chaos Magick


Many years of my life were spent in the world of Chaos Magick, and you could argue that I never completely moved on. One of the aims of The Gallery of Magick is to simplify magick. We do that, for the most part, using a complex methodology that involves evocation and contemplation, but I can’t deny that some of the processes are influenced by Chaos Magick. It still plays a part in what we do.

Chaos Magick is less about tradition and rules than it is about personal experience, but when you’ve read the grand ideas behind the chaos movement, you wonder what exactly it is that you’re meant to do. Which is where The Master Works comes in. Whether you’re an old hand or a complete beginner, Adam’s focus is on teaching magick that works.

He’s put together an assortment of practical rituals, and gets across the main Chaos concepts without dragging his heels in theory. You can use the magick straight out of the book. There’s even a self-contained grimoire for calling on The Olympic Spirits, complete with sigils.

This is not the final word on magick, but I believe it is a valuable contribution to our library, and there’s no denying that the magick works.

Damon Brand

This is what it says on the back of the book:

The heart of this book is magick that works.

Chaos Magick can give you quick fixes, emergency solutions, direct results and rituals that can be tailored to your exact and immediate circumstances. Ideal for beginners, or a new direction for the experienced occultist.

This book presents a revolutionary style of Chaos Magick. These ideas are original, direct and above all, practical.

You will discover:

The secrets of Instant Alchemy, Emotional Crafting and The Fire of Gnosis.

How to generate Magickal Chaos Energy, to empower all your workings.

Influence Magick, Thoughtforms and an alternative form of Sex Magick.

Sigil Magick Remastered – a completely new way of tapping into the essence of magick.

Contacting Spirits – detailed instructions for contacting and commanding entities.

There’s nothing quite like doing magick and seeing it work, so that’s what lies ahead of you. If it doesn’t work, it isn’t magick.

It’s available as an ebook and in paperback. Click the image to buy your copy.

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52 Comments on “The Master Works of Chaos Magick

  1. Adam also mentioned genii in the book. What kind of Spirits are those and will there be a book published about them?

    • The genii are employed in Magickal Cashbook and Magickal Riches, as well as in Magickal Protection. To get an idea of what they are, this is buried away in the Cashbook FAQ.

      Q: Who is the spirit Nitika?

      A: Nitika is neither an angel or demon, but is thought of as a genius spirit or ‘personified virtue’. Nitika is a very gentle yet powerful spirit, and is listed as one of The Genii of the Twelve Hours in the Nuctemeron, attributed to Apollonius of Tyana from the First Century AD. Nitika was made known to English readers through a translation by Eliphas Levi in his 1897 book Transcendental Magic. The magic of Nitika has been around for a long time, but remains relevant and workable today.

  2. Hi Damon,
    I just bought the print version that you linked to, but I can’t get the Kindle matchbook. Is it because they’re two separate listings?

    • Thanks. If you bought it through then you need to go to and click on the Find Your Kindle Matchbooks Titles button (so long as you are logged in). That should do the trick. Only works with, not any of the other Amazon stores.

      • That’s what I’ve been doing. It’s showing that I don’t have any Kindle Matchbook titles, and I think it might because the print version and the Kindle version are two separate listings.

        • It’s definitely set up as a Matchbook, and over on Facebook a few people have reported it working. It might be because the pages aren’t linked yet. Once they are, you might want to try again. Please note it only works for, and not the other Amazon sites around the world.

  3. I gotta say. I love this guy already and I’m not even into the core of the book. His sense of humor resonates deeply with my own. I will have questions in the future for sure. But for now I just wanted to say… lulz

    • I love the sense of humour too. I doubt everybody will, but that’s OK. I’m fairly serious, but I think magick can occasionally use a dose of humour. I find that if you take everything too seriously, magick has a way of forcing you to reconsider that outlook.

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