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    Post Hello and a quick question..

    hi everyone, I'm new to the forum and wanted to say hello. I used to practice years ago and then stopped. I've been reading extensively for about two years again and have decided to throw my hat back into the circle so to speak. Two of the books I've decided to start with are "Summoning Spirits" and "Nocturnicon," both by Konstantinos. The summoning spirits i feel will really help with the astral side of things, thus why I've picked it. The other is just something I'm interested in.

    So anyway, i guess my real question is if anyone has worked with these two books and how was their experience or if there's anything else you recommend. I'm not all that into candle magic and what not (i have a ton of books on it) and seem to be more focused on spirits, dark matter and more grey area's if you will. It's just what I'm more drawn to. Thanks and i hope to be discussing many things with you all!

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    If you click the portal at the top of the page to Occult Underground and go to E-books theres a BUNCH of free stuff on there for you to download at will. I'm sure something there may suit your fancy!
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    yeah, Id say start with his earlier 2 books, if you're gonna go with Konstantinos work. Nocturnal Witchcraft and Gothic Grimoire

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    What, exactly is "no so great" about his books, especially when in the context of use for a beginner? His information and exercises are useful, and his language is clear and concise. It is well written, if you ask me.

    It's only his style and personal views that one could really disagree with . . and that's all a matter of opinion. It doesn't make the books "bad"

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