Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Is 'Sorcerer's Secrets' enough to practice sorcery for a beginner or should I be attending the correspondence course? For someone with a tenacious desire to learn, I feel I'm confident with working with the book alone, what do you think?

It is up to you whether you want to do the course or not, but the material in the book and the course are completely different.

The book is the basic introduction to the principals of Strategic Sorcery. The Course does not repeat any of the info in the book, It uses the book as a jumping point and explored Strategic Sorcery as a complete system of training.

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6 comments:

Frater POS said...

take the course.

Devi, The Danforth Village Witch said...

I agree with Frater POS - take the course. The book is a fantastic starting point, but the course gives you pretty much everything you will ever need to master the occult arts in an amazingly universally applicable fashion (meaning, no matter what system of magic, if any, you actually end up landing on, the skills taught in the course are fantastically invaluable).

The Unlikely Mage said...

I agree with the two previous commenters. I've only been in it two weeks (came in late) but I've learned more and felt more inspired to *practice* than I have reading all my other books. It's a supremely practical course and I can't wait to see where it leads.

Ron said...

Definitely Take The Course! Jason approaches magick in very unique and well thought out ways. It is a bargain at any price and it goes way beyond his two books which you should have.

emv5 said...

have a tenacious desire to learn? - DEFINITELY take the course! its the difference between mastering a book of recipes or going to culinary school (minus the huge tuition :)

韋富 said...

初次造訪,安安^^