"The Al Ghoul compendium is an absolute joke. My biggest question is if the author is lazy and “wrote” a book so he could be grandmaster of his own order or if he actually believes his own delusions. The first part of the book is similar to Crowley’s book of the law but for demonolatry and written by a angsty teen. It is clear that either the author or the spirit dictating do not have a grasp on human biology and anatomy. In one sentence a woman is instructed to place to fingers into her womb. From then on it’s a smattering of eastern techniques (yoga, tantra, mantra and mudra) with a demonolatry coat of paint. It is dressed up in the kind of verbiage that only really applies to the insecure teen ( become a living god in these easy steps). The other half of the book is the descriptions of the spirits from the goetia with the word “exorcist” changed to witch. A few non goetic spirits are added in for pazaz, along with his own clumsy portrayals of the spirits. In techniques that he describes as advanced come from new age authors like Don juan and include large quotes as well as the bornless one ritual. He passes off the goetic copy and past as his own work as well as the bornless one rite. I am surprised the author hasn’t been sued for copy right infringement. This book is a waste of time, money and paper. I suspect the good reviews he has received are from family and friends. No competent magician could see this as anything but utter rubbish."
So you're not going to read a book because it has one bad review. Did you see the other positive reviews?<br><br>That's sad that you can't make your own decisions and you rely on reviews.<br><br>There's a lot of interesting information here and breathing exercises.<br><br>So if somebody has a copy please upload it.