Six Ways

Six Ways : Approaches & Entries for Practical Magic

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I cover the world that was and set it aside.
I create the world that is that I may inhabit it fully.
I build a bridge into the Otherworld,
a place between Awake and Dreaming,
a place between Matter and Spirit,
a place between what was, what is, and what is to come.

Six Ways is a handbook of magic and sorcery, rooted in witchcraft, folk magic, chaos magic, and animist spirit work. Subjects covered include sigils, servitors, meditation, trance, spiritual cleansing, warding, dream sorcery, candle magic, talismanic magic, and tending to the spirit ecologies we live with and in.

Six Ways looks at how and why to build relationships in all of the worlds, manifest and unmanifest (what Wachter calls the Field) that allow us to perform effective magic. Effective magic is magic that changes us at the mind, soul, and spirit levels while improving our real-world circumstances.

The focus is on finding pathways to the Otherworlds and building symbiotic relationships with the Others (the spirits and allies) that dwell there. Sorcery then becomes the practice of working within those relationships to effect the changes we seek in our lives.

Aidan Wachter is a talismanic jeweler. He has been involved in magical practice since 1982 when some punks in his hometown turned him on to Force The Hand of Chance by the band Psychic TV. He can be found at www.aidanwachter.com
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 10mm | 254g
  • English
  • 13 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 0999356607
  • 9780999356609
  • 67,688

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