I didnt talk about believing her or not. Im talking about the way she has been treated, no matter what the truth is.
And also analyzing, deconstructing and breaking to pieces her words thus doing what the science does on spiritual facts that cannot be explained and understood
“The Miracle Of New Avatar Power” is pretty much about people winning games of chance from beginning to end.
E.A. posted about a load of fruit that manifested from nowhere in Ipsissimus, as well as becoming a vase, and formed an astral clan of sworn magicians who have each other’s backs and know when they’re called, in the OAA book.
I’ve seen stuff manifest from thin air, and done other remarkable things, that I no longer discuss on the forum. For that reason I don’t find the idea that:
spirits assisted the OP
helped her use Tarot to win games of chance, with a black cat as the marker for each time
she did this successfully and consistantly, enough to acquire a million or more (of whatever currency)
… to be any less believable than:
man gets off multiple felony drugs and weapons charges scot-free due to Belial, in a way that amazes his own legal counsel
I’ve been trying to get this through to people for the longest…but it just never clicks. Thought the BALG repository would help but it hasn’t seemed to. I’m not sure where this bias comes from on here that implies Magick is weak. I mean, i recently posted in a thread where people were questioning the validity of magick being able to turn a guy gay. Sooo i can kill a perfectly healthy dude who has no desire whatsoever to die, via magick…but ya cant turn a dude a gay via magick because “it goes against his will”…mmk. These limiting beliefs keep people from having noteworthy success in magick. Something the OP said that i actually agree with is that you really need to have the mind of a child to reap the full benefits of magick. This was one of jesus’ teachings, and i think there’s something to it
I think Nap is on amazon now too, and you can still get hard copies of the original if I remember correctly.
7 Occult Magic Rituals by Henry Archer, has a ritual for gambling at the end as well. I used the first six rituals and had a lot of success with that combined with a servitor I made to increase sales, and Success Magic by Damon Brand, but I don’t gamble, so can’t comment on the ritual for gambling in Archers book.
Too much success actually, I had to stop with my hobby for bit, cuz I don’t want to exceed what I can make legally on a hobby. But if you are a business owner, I highly recommend Brand and Archers books.
I personally recommend her site because she’s his own flesh and blood and gets the full income, whereas Amazon, well… and secondhand hard copies are great but you’re not sending any money to his own kin.
I second that, as well.
Those of us who began as children often do really well because we never truly lost that sense of suspended disbelief, and just taking things as they happen, not trying “analytical overlay” and skeptical critical analysis until the whole thing falls apart.
I meant I think she’s got it listed as an ebook on kindle now, but it’s also available as a hard copy lol.
They do pay a comission fee listing it through kindle, but probably not any more than the cost for hosting it off her website. Hard to say since different authors can get different deals through kindle based on volume, once success has been achieved.
Edit: Yes she has it both ways for the newer version
This isn’t correct. Im not sure what you think sigil work is, but my understanding is that sigil works based off of emotion. If you put in enough emotion during a sigil working, you can kill a person. I’ve done it with sigil magick myself. But you talk as if producing “lots of energy” and “sigil work” are mutually exclusive. Sigil workings can be incredibly effective
Should I be too damn angry while watching the sigil
Emotion can mean anything. Extreme happiness or extreme sadness or extreme satisfaction is all energy that can be used to give you the result you want. My point is, sigil workings, regardless of which well you choose to draw that emotion from, can accomplish big goals
For the record though…I don’t want my comments in this thread to be misconstrued to imply that i believe this womans specific story. For all i know, she’s just trolling or delusional. I’m just seperating myself from the school of thought which says, “wtf, a million dollars via magick? impossible!” I view this pretty much the same as a post about how someone made $1000 extra dollars off of craigslist thanks to Claunek. There isn’t really a law in magick (that im aware of) which states, “doth can use magick to acquire wealth…but if doth go above $999,999 USD, problems will afflict thee”