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    Default The Black Arts

    When I was twelve years old my Father walked in my room and gave me a book. The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish. That book traveled with me all over the United States and Europe. Even though it was basically a informative book on what a Black Arts Magickian does there were two names that made an impression on me Crowley and Mathers. It was then I knew the amount of power one person could yield. I have since gone on many journeys and have changed my path but The Black Arts showed me that all things are possible and nothing is not. I give this book a eight out of ten only because I wish it could go on forever.
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    Not really, bro. :|

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    Here, here. The black Arts is one of those books that will always be in my collection, i however found it more as a reference book, still an informative read to anyone wanting to start out, or know alittle more.

    I have just finished read Secret History of the world, Johnathan Blake. Its one of the few books i can truely say any 'smart person' should read. it gives deeper insight to some topics i am interested in.

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    I remember this one from a long time ago.

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    I lost mine somewhere between Holland and Massachussets, and I know this sounds silly but my dog ate the last copy, so I had to buy another one.

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    Your dog may have tried to digest the material in the book fully!ROFL Sorry couldn't help that one!LOL

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    They are acting a little bit more serious than they normally do. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Dunsany View Post
    They are acting a little bit more serious than they normally do. LOL.
    I don't blame them!LOL

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    Where in Massachusetts

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectCell View Post
    Where in Massachusetts
    Dedham, Boston, and Cape Cod. One of my Grandmother's lived in Dedham and when we would go visit she would take us every where. Fell in love with the state.

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