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 THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SATANIC MAGIC (Definition and Purpose)

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PostSubject: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SATANIC MAGIC (Definition and Purpose)   Sat Oct 06, 2012 5:58 am

THE definition of magic, as used in this book, is: "The change in situations or events
in accordance with one's will, which would, using normally accepted methods, be
unchangeable." This admittedly leaves a large area for personal interpretation. It will be
said, by some, that these instructions and procedures are nothing more than applied
psychology, or scientific fact, called by "magical" terminology - until they arrive at a
passage in the text that is "based on no known scientific finding". It is for this reason
that no attempt has been made to limit the explanations set forth to a set nomenclature.
Magic is never totally scientifically explainable, but science has always been, at one
time or another, considered magic.
There is no difference between "White" and "Black" magic, except in the smug hypocrisy,
guilt-ridden righteousness, and self-deceit of the "White" magician himself. In the classical
religious tradition, "White" magic is performed for altruistic, benevolent, and "good"
purposes; while "Black" magic is used for self-aggrandizement, personal power, and "evil"
purposes. No one on earth ever pursued occult studies, metaphysics, yoga, or any other "white
light" concept, without ego gratification and personal power as a goal. It just so happens that
some people enjoy wearing hair shirts, and others prefer velvet or silk. What is pleasure to
one, is pain to another, and the same applies to "good" and "evil". Every practitioner of
witchcraft is convinced that he or she is doing the "right" thing.
Magic falls into two categories, ritual or ceremonial, and non-ritual or manipulative. Ritual
magic consists of the performance of a formal ceremony, taking place, at least in part, within
the confines of an area set aside for such purposes and at a specific time. Its main function is
to isolate the otherwise dissipated adrenal and other emotionally induced energy, and convert
it into a dynamically transmittable force. It is purely an emotional, rather than intellectual, act.
Any and all intellectual activity must take place before the ceremony, not during it. This type
of magic is sometimes known as "GREATER MAGIC".
Non-ritual or manipulative magic, sometimes called "LESSER MAGIC", consists of the wile and
guile obtained through various devices and contrived situations, which when utilized, can
create "change, in accordance with one's will". In olden times this would be called
"fascination", "glamour", or the "evil eye".
Most of the victims of the witch trials were not witches. Often the victims were eccentric old
women who were either senile or did not conform to society. Others were exceptionally
attractive women who turned the heads of the men in power, and were not responsive to their
advances. The real witches were rarely executed, or even brought to trial, as they were
proficient in the art of enchantment and could charm the men and save their own lives. Most
of the real witches were sleeping with the inquisitors. This is the origin of the word
"glamour". The antiquated meaning of glamour is witchcraft. The most important asset to the
modern witch is her ability to be alluring, or to utilize glamour. The word "fascination" has a
similarly occult origin. Fascination was the term applied to the evil eye. To fix a person's
gaze, in other words, fascinate, was to curse them with the evil eye. Therefore, if a woman
had the ability to fascinate men, she was regarded as a witch.
had the ability to fascinate men, she was regarded as a witch.
Learning to effectively utilize the command to LOOK, is an integral part of a witch's or
warlock's training. To manipulate a person, you must first be able to attract and hold his
attention. The three methods by which the command to look can be accomplished are the
utilization of sex, sentiment, or wonder, or any combination of these. A witch must, honestly,
decide into which category she most naturally falls. The first category, that of sex, is selfevident.
If a woman is attractive or sexually appealing, she should do everything in her power
to make herself as enticing as possible, thereby using sex as her most powerful tool. Once she
has gained the man's attention, by using her sex appeal, she is free to manipulate him to her
will. The second category is sentiment. Usually older woman fit into this category. This
would include the "cookie lady" type witch, who might live in a little cottage, and be thought
of by people as being a bit eccentric. Children are usually enchanted by the fantasy that this
type of witch can provide for them, and young adults seek her out for her sage-like advice.
Through their innocence, children can recognize her magical power. By conforming to an
image of the sweet little old lady next door, she can employ the art of misdirection to
accomplish her goals. The third category is the wonder theme. This category would apply to
the woman who is strange or awesome in her appearance. By making her strange appearance
work for her, she can manipulate people simply because they are fearful of the consequences
should they not do as she asks.
Many women fit into more than one of these categories. For example, the young girl who has
an appearance of freshness and innocence, but at the same time is very sexy, combines sex
appeal with sinister overtones, uses sex and wonder. After evaluating her assets, each witch
must decide into which category or combination of categories she fits, and then utilize these
assets in their proper form.
To be a successful warlock, a man must similarly fit himself into the proper category. The
handsome or sexually appealing man would, naturally, fit into the first category - sex. The
second, or sentiment category would apply to the older man who has, perhaps, an elfin or
forest wizard appearance. The sweet old grandpa (often a dirty old man!) would also be in the
sentiment category. The third type would be the man who presents a sinister or diabolic
appearance. Each of these men would apply his particular brand of the command to look, in
much the same way as the women previously described.
Visual imagery utilized for emotional reaction is certainly the most important device
incorporated in the practice of lesser magic. Anyone who is foolish enough to say "looks don't
mean a thing" is indeed deluded. Good looks are unnecessary, but "looks" certainly are
needed!
Odor is another important manipulative factor in lesser magic. Remember, animals fear and
distrust anyone or anything that doesn't smell! And even though we may, as human animals,
deny many of the judgments based on this sense consciously, we still are motivated by our
sense of smell just as surely as any all-fours animal. If you are a man, and wish to enchant a
woman, allow the natural secretions of your body to pervade the atmosphere immediately
around you, and work in animalistic contrast to the vestments of social politeness that you
wear upon your back. If you, as a woman, wish to bewitch a man, do not fear that you might
"offend" simply because the oils and fragrances of your flesh have not been scrubbed away,
or that place between your thighs is not dry and sterile. These natural odors are the sexual
stimulants which nature, in her magical wisdom, has provided.
The sentiment stimulants are those odors that will appeal to pleasant memories and nostalgia.
The enchanting of a man, through his stomach, is first established by the smell of cooking! A
"sentiment" type of witch will find this one of the most useful of all charms. It is not so
facetious to dwell upon the technique of the man who wished to charm the young lady who
had been displaced from her home of childhood joys, which happened to be a fishing village.
Wise to the ways of lesser magic, he neatly tucked a mackerel into his trousers pocket, and
reaped the rewards that great fondness may often bring.

Source: The Satanic Bible
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