December 10th, 2004
|11:43 am - For beginning Chaotes|
Aspiring Chaos Mages should first think for themselves. Then they should read the following:
Theory by Fra. Palimpsest.
Go Underground and be a Chaos Magician by Joel Biroco. Read it, and then embrace it or chuck it.
Read this to fully understand results.
WTF is an Egregore? Read this and you might understand some of Rob Barton's annoyingly silly works with the same word.
Oven Ready Chaos, an online version of PH's Condensed Chaos.
Defining Chaos by Mark Chao, including a history of Spare.
AOS and His Theory of Sigils by Fra. U:.D:. - difficult but useful.
Psybermagick by Carroll.
Liber Null & Psychonaut by Carroll.
Prime Chaos by PH.
Pretty much, anything by Phil Hine or Peter Carroll.
Then read the rest of ChaosMatrix.
Then start thinking for yourself again.
Current Mood: drained
Current Music: "Changing Channels", -JB
ha ha ha! Thanks, I now have a new project when I finish my finals next monday!
Start with Theory. The rest are in no particular order. Might come back to Theory when you finish, just because it'll make more sense.
I know some of this stuff. But others are just more reading material. Seriously, already half of the windows open on my PC right now are yours.
The Missionary was brilliant, by the way.
Okay, weird, I know-- but if I don't send this I'll forget and my laptop is not configured for e-mail. I thought you would enjoy this
8ykughjtygty (<--- Bunny says "thank you" and "hello" too.)
Ooh, nifty. I've never gotten to see wheelchair fencing, but I've always wanted to. :)
Tell Bunny I said "lakewrj;liqweanv;iaht;" (Trans.: You're welcome.