Damon Brand’s Magickal F.A.Q

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.

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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. You can read an interview here: An Interview with Damon Brand.

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. Other members of The Gallery of Magick will do an excellent job of maintaining this blog and writing magickal instruction.

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.

For a general overview of the books see the About page.

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320 Comments on “Damon Brand’s Magickal F.A.Q

  1. Dear Damon,
    I love your books!
    I have Words of Power and just bought the 72 Angels.
    I also have Magicakal Attack by G. Winterfield, which I found very interesting.
    I liked what you said in one of your articles about the difference between Quara Satan and Kara Satan. I think it was needed and many appreciated it.
    My question is: since Magickal Attack is in the same series as your books, is it a contradiction or is there a more profound way of looking at all this?
    I’m sure there is.
    Can’t wait to start reading the 72 Angels.
    Thanks and please keep up the great work!

    • Hi. Damon’s not around at the moment so it’s Adam B here. Glad you’ve enjoyed the books so far. That clarifications (it’s not about bowing to Satan, but removing Satan), I think that’s going to going the book. Damon’s hoping to do a few updates and appendices. As are we all – just to put some minds at rest.

      As for the attack book, I think if you look at Gordon’s approach there’s no contradiction. Our magick is about applying change to a situation so that your will is done in the world. There’s nothing good about being a victim, and the book is not about wreaking havoc and cruelty but about seeking peace and justice. There’s a quote – I don’t have it with me – about it being your divine right not to get trampled on, or something to that effect. Cheers, AB.

  2. What is the best ritual for people putting me off into the future? I want people to make me a priority now. I am in sales and it happens at work but also in my personal life too. Instead of just closing the business it happens too often that it’s next week or next month or next year. I have done the words of power for opportunity….and some others. What do you recommend?

    • Hi. Difficult to answer because you might need to dig deep and find out what the problem is. Is it as simple as some basic prejudice or unfair dislike of you? If so, there is magick to make people lighten up with you. Or is it that you need more charm and charisma. There’s magick for that too. I don’t know what books you’ve got, so I have to make some guesses here, but good rituals would be:

      Make People Warmer Toward You from Greater Words of Power.

      Depending on the cause, maybe Feel More Self-Respect, but def Be the Centre of Attention from Word of Power.

      Elad for charisma in The 72 Sigils of Power. Also Machi, to be better liked and appreciated.

      And at the risk of promoting my own book over Damons’, Sigils of Power and Transformation covers lots of these all in one book, one way or another. Cheers. Adam B.

  3. Good day,

    I have Wealth Magick and have gone through most with one more working left to complete the book. One thing I have done through out is spaced one working between another and honestly have not done the daily practice … daily. Although I have kept an eye, emotions, etc most of the time on “the similar” as in the daily practice. Basically, even if I have not done the daily practice which Damon notes is crucial, I have kept an eye out for that which is beautiful with appreciation and asked the main questions of the daily practice when ever I remembered to do so but did not write daily. so with that said, I have thought that maybe I should begin all over again. Should I expect something to come out of it due to all the effort, even if it is not what it would have been, had I implemented, without omission the daily practice? and…. What if I left out the last working? What are the thoughts on this? Thank you very much

    • Adam B here. Just been checking through the site to see if any question went answered, and was horrified to see this one had been missed – from over a year ago. The Daily Practice is the engine of the magick, and although it seems trivial, it’s not just a case of trying to see beauty, but actually carrying it out as a practice as described. Without that, the magick just isn’t as good. It can work, but it’s weaker. Lots of people choose to leave out the last working, or certain workings, and all we can say is it may work, but it was designed as one coherent system and anything that strays from that is an experiment, so we can’t predict how well it will work. Adam.

      PS: Also worth looking at: https://galleryofmagick.com/wealth-magick-faq/ Some good info there.

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