Liber Kaos or Chaos Magick by Adam?

Which book would you see better overall?

With all due respect to Adam and Pete, if you take the time to work through Hands-On Chaos Magic, I think it’s superior.

And why? What makes it better?

You cover a lot of areas in a structured way, so you’re an experimenter rather than a reader. Liber Kaos has some of this, but HOCM has a lot more. I do like Adam’s creativity, and it got me thinking about some things, but HOCM will have you doing a lot instead of just thinking about it.

To this I would add “The Chaos Protocols” by Gordon White.

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