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You can master your world with magick! Even if you have no interest in religion or sorcery, this book can still help you to achieve your dreams.

Magick is not something that is done. It is an aspect of the world we live in. We live in a world that is dominated and maintained by quantum mechanics.

You create the world around you. You can create the world you want! This book can show you the path to mastery!

Quantum mechanics shapes the world around you. Your mind continually uses the laws of probability to bring you the world you expect.

©2013 Magus Zeta (P)2015 Magus Zeta

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Solid information, narrator and tone lacking

Pros: The information contained within, as well as the order it is presented in makes this a highly useful book and a must-read for anyone interested in magical practice. It will seriously change your outlook on ritual and Gnostic practices. Solitary practitioners will find this read empowering and encouraging.

Cons: The narrator made the audio book a bit taxing to listen to as she was slightly monotone. Couple this with some odd attempts at humor, particularly conservative, anti-liberal humor made it slightly awkward and detracted from the lessons. Overall, the combination made the tone of the book slightly condescending and arrogant. These moments were few and far between, but I found them unnecessary.

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The narrator is boring... information is good.

The speaker is not interesting to listen to, but it's a good book, good information.

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life changing

This book is simply magical. Even the biggest skeptics can apply these concepts to manifest their desires, big or small.
With continued use of concepts , the QP will experience more "wins" in life, which reassures the concepts.
the fact is , we live in a world where the thoughts of people effect reality. The scienticis evidence is irrefutable. Use law against law to manifest your desires, weather it be health, wealth, love or happiness. this book is a life changer If you dedicate your mind to it, And will have you intrigued when you start bearing the fruits of your labor.

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Excellent book

The author did a great job describing how you create your own reality in a fun way. And the narrator is not bad as reviews say.

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There is a GOD!

The fact that there are living organisms, in the Universe, proves there is a GOD. The big bang came from something that created it!

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Very empowering listen and an excellent one to return to in the library. Thank you

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Well Done!

However, what is it with multiple references to Jessica Alba? Maybe an attempt at wry humor.

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A Problematic Manifesto of Hubris

I love to read manuscripts like these from armchair philosophers and Magick users. It's a wonderful way to see the broader world of spirituality outside of the mainstream. As such, I read this book cover to cover. I was at first intrigued, then entertained, then disappointed. But there's hope.

Since offering irrelevant detail and leaving out the important chunks is a theme in this manuscript, I want you to know at the outset that the author's name immediately made me think of General Zod from the original Superman movie. Honestly, the author rocks this image. He sounds exactly like him in my head and I am here for it. The read is much more entertaining this way and I wholeheartedly recommend it. Regardless, it seems like he is talking to himself and not the reader most of the time.

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- Magickal personas have flavor for a reason, and the advice he offers on developing a person's magickal persona was spot on, although he is a little vague about the mechanics (another theme).
- The path to success according to Magus Zeta starts with making a list of goals. My day planner told me that too. Solid advice. His sample list involved becoming President, seducing Jessica Alba, then becoming a god. You can even double up the goals, as he helpfully points out, because becoming President can help you access Jessica Alba's social circles. And both will somehow help you become a god, if you desire it.
- He has a good vocabulary and interesting writing style that occasionally strays into nice prose.

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Magickal consequence? Balance in creating a spell or ceremony? Apparently that's not important. He practices a kind of magick, it would seem, that is immune to backlash from its polar opposite. There is no mention about the cost of what you want. He doesn't even endorse asking, just stating what you want and expecting it to arrive. He is likely a person who is not aware of his personal privilege in any way; that's just a guess.

As for tone, the author puts down women, minorities, and liberals throughout the entire manuscript from beginning to end. It comes across very clearly that he is disdainful of those who are unlike himself: male, straight, most likely white, and politically conservative.

None of these traits make any difference to the practice of magick. It's just the author's voice. But for his voice alone, as he snickers and boasts to the reader and is equally arrogant, judgemental, and bigoted in turns, it stains the actual content. What comes across instead is confirmation bias for his own limited sphere instead of inspiration and wisdom to the reader. That, I am not here for.

But I'm female, so this book wasn't apparently written for me. Not a big deal. I can take what I can and leave the rest, and I encourage you to do the same.

My final analysis is that this manuscript needs significant improvement, but it does have some seeds of truth and experience which have me hoping for an updated version which is more informative, thorough, scholarly, and *impartial*. Because magic is most definitely impartial, as impartial as a split atom. The power released from a split atom can be channeled and directed. You can also get seriously hurt in the process and there can be totally unexpected and unwanted consequences, along with or instead of your actual goal. Just like nuclear power, magickal power is greater than the individual. It doesn't care how much you love and believe in yourself. That's just the access point. You need a plan which considers failsafes and keeps you grounded. Impartiality also means that magick, by nature, embraces diversity. In this, Magus Zeta unfortunately practices magick with blinders on. This kind of limited view will put you in the dangerous position as magick user of not being able to see potential backlash because it occurs outside of your sphere.

A few more issues with this read (not a comprehensive list):
- He recommends you "discharge" powers and entities you summon, but never explains how
- Presents Magick as a one man show, totally separate from and above the universe
- Ignores the female gender at large except for one reference to a housewife being a "vengeful domestic goddess" - perhaps that's been his experience but the sentiment is a bit cringey
-Takes issue with Matthew Broderick but never explains why. What does this have to do with magick?
-Repeatedly objectifies Jessica Alba apropos of absolutely nothing.
- Does not seem to understand that people can choose their own society's name, including Native Americans. Why is his preference for calling them American Indians even mentioned? What does this have to do with magick?
- States that antidepressants are like sugar pills, placebo effect only
- and makes many other factually incorrect statements as if they were facts, so provided as proof of his concept. #conservative

In conclusion, I firmly believe he can get through these issues with a solid edit and a more respectful and unbiased tone. He should instead more thoroughly describe the process and praxis of the practice, as well as the methods which readers can use to develop their own flavor of magick. Personal stories communicate much better than made up examples, in any case.

A generous three stars, only because I can't give it 2.5 stars.

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A good book to listen too

I enjoyed this book, it has a few eye openers and recommended it to those that are seekers of self truth.

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Don't let the intro chapters scare you off.

The narration is perfect. What a smooth and welcoming voice.
Scientific, spiritual, funny, and most importantly, accessible.
One of my favorite "magic" books.

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Life changer

One of the most life changing books I've read/listened to. The meditation technique is also one of the best I've come across and gets me into a deep delta state. I've Manifested some small miracles as well so if you're willing to give the techniques and knowledge a try, get this book!