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What are your opinions on Jason's Miller occult material?

Ang3l

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Hello everybody! I will mention again - I was member on the original wizard forums and also on the second version of wizard forums (I think). I greet the old members (from the other versions of wizard forums) and also the new ones.
So - what do you guys think and/or of Jason's Miller occult material (books, courses - strategic sorcery, the one with Saint Cyprian, the one with Hekate, etc.)?
 

Lyssia

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I've read a number of his books, and while I like Aiden Wachter better, all of Miller's material is sound and useful. There are places where he gets a little unnecessarily snobby, but I'd certainly recommend "Protection and Reversal Magick" to everyone, and "Sex, Sorcery, and Spirit" is the best reference I've ever seen on it's obvious topic.
 

Lyssia

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@Lyssia @Mart What would be the first book you would recommend from Jason Miller? I have downloaded multiple books from him
It depends on your interest, but Sorcerer's Secrets or The Elements of Spellcrafting are both fine for someone just starting/general interest; I started with Protection and Reversal, which is a good place to start with him if you are already practicing and know the basics. Otherwise, you can pretty much read them in order of your interest.
 

Ang3l

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It depends on your interest, but Sorcerer's Secrets or The Elements of Spellcrafting are both fine for someone just starting/general interest; I started with Protection and Reversal, which is a good place to start with him if you are already practicing and know the basics. Otherwise, you can pretty much read them in order of your interest.
I started with Protection and Reversal too. I like his way of writing
 
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