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He goes on to elaborate on this, in one postulate, and twenty eight theorems. Magick is the Science of understanding oneself and one’s conditions. It is the Art of applying that understanding in action. So we find that from November, 1901, he did no practices of any kind until the Spring Equinox of 1904, with the exception of a casual week in the summer of 1903, and an exhibition game of magick in the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid in November, 1903, when by his invocations he filled that chamber with a brightness as of full moonlight.
I saw at once that they represented so many leaks in my boat. And really they are quite a bit of a nuisance. Their possession is so flattering, and their seduction so subtle. There are several ways to view what Magick is.
Again, at its most broad, it can be defined as any willed action leading to intended change. It can also be seen as the general set of methods used to accomplish the Great Work of mystical attainment. The area of effect can be a magick circle, a room, or the magician himself. Archangels and their hosts to act as guardians of the Circle during our pre-occupation with the ceremony proper. In more elaborate ceremonies it is usual to banish everything by name. Those who regard this ritual as a mere devise to invoke or banish spirits, are unworthy to possess it.
Properly understood, it is the Medicine of Metals and the Stone of the Wise. Purification is similar in theme to banishing, but is a more rigorous process of preparing the self and her temple for serious spiritual work. Crowley mentions that ancient magicians would purify themselves through arduous programs, such as through special diets, fasting, sexual abstinence, keeping the body meticulously tidy, and undergoing a complicated series of prayers. The point is to seize every occasion of bringing every available force to bear upon the objective of the assault. Crowley recommended symbolically ritual practices, such as bathing and robing before a main ceremony: “The bath signifies the removal of all things extraneous or antagonistic to the one thought. The putting on of the robe is the positive side of the same operation.
It is the assumption of the frame of mind suitable to that one thought. Consecration is an equally important magical operation. It is essentially the dedication, usually of a ritual instrument or space, to a specific purpose. The ritual here in question should summarize the situation, and devote the particular arrangement to its purpose by invoking the appropriate forces. Let it be well remembered that each object is bound by the Oaths of its original consecration as such. Thus, if a pantacle has been made sacred to Venus, it cannot be used in an operation of Mars. Invocation is the bringing in or identifying with a particular deity or spirit.
Crowley wrote of two keys to success in this arena: to “inflame thyself in praying” and to “invoke often”. The mind must be exalted until it loses consciousness of self. The Magician must be carried forward blindly by a force which, though in him and of him, is by no means that which he in his normal state of consciousness calls I. Just as the poet, the lover, the artist, is carried out of himself in a creative frenzy, so must it be for the Magician.
In each case the magician identifies himself with the Deity invoked. Calling forth—where “identity is attained by paying special attention to the desired part of yourself. Drama—where “identity is attained by sympathy. Another invocatory technique that the magician can employ is called the assumption of godforms—where with “concentrated imagination of oneself in the symbolic shape of any God, one should be able to identify oneself with the idea which represents. To “invoke” is to “call in”, just as to “evoke” is to “call forth”. This is the essential difference between the two branches of Magick.