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Stephen Maces "Stealing the Fire from Heaven - A Technique for Creating Individual Systems of Sorcery" is often touted as an excellent starting point for the aspiring magician/sorcerer as well as the experienced magician. Dagon Productions is proud to announce the publishing of the revised and expanded version of "Stealing the Fire from Heaven".
"This essay offers a technique that individuals can use to create their own systems of sorcery, systems precisely tailored to fit their own unconscious minds. By following its instructions, the reader can cause his or her subliminal self to design its own symbols to represent the powers that lie within it. The result will be what is essentially a personal language of power, one that has meaning only for his or her self, but full of potency because it is his or her own soul’s way of expressing itself." - Stephen Mace
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Stephen Mace is the author of "Stealing the Fire from Heaven," "Sorcery as Virtual Mechanics," "Squeezing Being," "Addressing Power," and "Nemisis & Other Essays." Stephen Mace has also contributed to the magazine publications "Chaos International," Nuit-Isis," "Widdershins," and "Vitriol."Review:
Despite the number of magical construction kits that are available to the modern sorcerer, Mace’s is a definite keeper. -- George Holochwost, Sectionhead of the Illuminates of Thanateros America
Mace begins with the ideas of Crowley/Spare and takes them several steps further in a way few others have. -- Phil Hine, author of Condensed Chaos and Prime Chaos
This essential piece is back by popular demand and if you didn’t buy it previously buy it this now. -- Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D., author of Undoing Yourself, Secrets of Western Tantra, Urban Voodoo and Rebels & Devils
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Book Description I-H-O Books, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111872189385
Book Description I-H-O Books, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1872189385
Book Description I-H-O Books, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB0083CQAUQ