In 2006 I started sharing my experiences hoping to attract opportunities to learn deeper magicks than the ones I’d encountered. It worked! I continued journeying, and along the way I kept writing. At this point Power Before Wisdom has helped hundreds of thousands of people learn magick.
This site is a tool set. Magic experiences chronicled and shared to open the door to all of the crazy magicks that you’ve been told don’t exist and yet you have known deep within really DO. Divination, Telepathy, Empathy, Dealing with Spirits, Summoning Gods, Possession, Energy Healing, Magickal Confusions and much more.
This site is written for the Western Mind. The more gifted you are the more quickly you will master these concepts, but you will still receive value if you’ve never experienced a single thing.
This site teaches you how to powerfully make things much, much better or completely screw up your life. This stuff is very neat. It's fun, amazing and flat out magical... literally. However, Magic is REAL and has real consequences. Think carefully of the consequences of what you do because whether or not you WANT to deal with them, you will have to.
Unlike scientific things it is hard to see what the consequences will be. I might be able to congenially summon a spirit without a circle, make a deal to give specific favors in trade for a re-adjustment of circumstances and we each go our ways. If you did the EXACT same thing you might wake up 2 weeks later in Mexico.
Science is based on simpifying things into repeatable consequences. X if something, Y if not. Magic is Wholistic. EVERYTHING matters. Your personal experiments can mostly guide others with ideas of what MIGHT happen.
Know Yourself as you Learn Magic
Know where you are. Understand what you can do and what you can't do. Accept your weaknesses and your strengths. Grow reasonably. For example, if you've never done trance possession start in a well designed and setup group instead of opening up to Papa Gede while alone.
I DO NOT warn you nearly enough in these articles. I make things we have done sound easy. However to a Professional Race Driver taking a track at 220 is easy... I'd be lucky not to spin out taking it at 130. Start where you are instead of where I am.
Are you new?
I recommend you go Start with The Fundamentals