Many of the questions are answered in the books already, so please ensure you read carefully. Magick is easy, but the instructions should not be skimmed over.
It is better to experience magick and learn for yourself, than to seek too much advice.
Q: Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
A: I’ve been a reasonably successful novelist (under another name) for over 25 years, because it’s important to have a life beyond magick. I’ve never claimed to be famous, although some people have accused me of this. For the record, I am not a household name. I also have a few business interests.
Q: Are you retiring?
A: I remain a member of The Gallery of Magick, but in the shadows for the foreseeable future. Two or three more books are in progress, but none will appear until 2018 at the earliest. Other members of The Gallery of Magick will do an excellent job of maintaining this blog and writing magickal instruction in the meantime.
Q: Did you once say…?
A: Probably not. I have only published posts on this blog/website and, in the past, on The Gallery’s Facebook page. If you’ve seen anything anywhere else, it wasn’t me. All posts and updates from late 2016 onward are by Adam Blackthorne.
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For a general overview of the books see the About page.
Most relevant questions have been asked and answered many times. Please read the FAQs all the way through before asking your question. Comments will be open from time to time. If they’re not open now, come back in a week or so. It will take a while for your comment to be moderated and to appear on the site, and replies may take even longer. All questions are being answered by Adam Blackthorne as Damon Brand has moved on from here. If your question is too far off topic, too theoretical or too crazy, rude or weird, we may not publish it! This is just to make life easier for us. Always read the FAQs first!