• The Sorcerer's Secrets

  • Strategies in Practical Magick
  • By: Jason Miller
  • Narrated by: Gary Bennett
  • Length: 6 hrs and 22 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (61 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There are some books on magick that teach it purely as spiritual advancement. There are others that teach it as a form of psychological self-help that effects only inner change. While magick can and should be both of these, it is something more. 

The Sorcerer's Secrets is about success in practical magick; it is a book that aims at change in both the outer and inner worlds. Beyond a mere spell book or training course, The Sorcerer's Secrets is a field manual on successful sorcery written by a professional sorcerer. 

The first part of the book lays out the qualities, concepts, and exercises necessary to attempt practical magick. The second part presents clear strategies for tackling almost any type of issue with sorcery. 

In this book, you will learn how to do the following: 

  • Attack problems from multiple angles, not just by casting a spell. 
  • Blend mundane and magickal action to ensure success. 
  • Figure out whether what you are doing is working. Fix it if it isn't. 
  • Go beyond readings into magickal intelligence-gathering. 
  • Influence the minds of other people. 
  • Work most effectively on behalf of others. 

The Sorcerer's Secrets will help rescue the art of magick from those who have ignored, downplayed, or just outright denied the existence of practical sorcery in favor of arcane titles, intangible results, and fantasy attainments.

©2009 Jason Miller (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Amazing book

Jason Miller defines "sorcery” as somewhere between witchcraft and ceremonial magick with a focus on getting real results. That’s exactly what you will get with The Sorcerer’s Secrets. The audiobook is also somewhere halfway between a grimoire and a training course, but it is completely filled with some amazing insight, ideas and tips that come from experience. His ideas are some that you won’t find in other books. This book alone completely changed how I approach giving offerings to spirits and deities, including when I don't have anything physical to offer in the moment. Since I started taking his approach, I have yielded much stronger alliances with my spirits. Jason approaches magick as a strategy, uniting the magickal with the practical - addressing your desired result from various angles. Best of all, he presents methods to discern whether or not your magick is working and how to troubleshoot your strategy so that it does work. If you’re interesting in assuring that you obtain real tangible results with your spells and are willing to put the work into doing so, this is definitely the book for you. There’s absolutely no fluff nor pretense in Jason’s writings and his work is some of the best out there on the subject.

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His introduction is honest and his claims true.

The author runs down key principles in our modern abbreviated way,as well as provides enough context to prevent absolute hubris lol.
Since Game of Thrones I've been fascinated with this big part of our largely ignored human history. So I have brought to the book a little of the history I've studied and will say it helped me bring context and a deeper appreciation for what he's done.
The book helped me most as a way to jump into action with little trepidation and more confidence.
Thank you Jason Miller!

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Great primer for Pactical Magick

Very informative, provides lots of good pointers and perspectives on the everyday perception of Magick, its use and applications to real world situations.

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The section on Bune alone is worth it

This is a great book for beginners and refreshing for those who have read several books on Magick. I enjoyed every section of this book and its focus on practical Magick. The section on Bune alone was worth the purchase because Bune is great to work with and gets results. Just follow the instructions and your instincts and you'll be happy with the results.

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The narrators mispronunciation and misuse of several words is very distracting. It's almost condescending at times as well.

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Not for beginners

Intentional use of over complicated language in an attempt to sound elite is one of the worst traits of occult writers and so far this book exhibits exactly that.
Lots of talking in circles, under explaining concepts, could do with some simplification

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Great Book

This is the fourth book of this subject matter I have tried and it is the best so far. Great work and narration!