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  • By coyote426
    Nov 15, 2006
    "TOPY rampant" For over 20 years the Temple ov Psychick Youth has been a part of, and influence on, the Chaos current. Their contribution to the area of sigil magick alone has earned them the respect of many. Despite varying levels of popularity the group has always been active producing a variety of material in different media. This latest release is the tenth edition of the network’s magickal journal, published to mark TOPY’s 23rd year of existence. At first look this journal is something special. With it’s full colour glossy front and back cover featuring the artwork of Emmanuelle Brochier (front cover) and Kali 61 (back cover) it is certainly the most professional looking TOPY release I’ve seen. The visual feast continues throughout the journal with artwork on most pages. The artistic highlights in this issue of Broadcast, for me, are the “Degenerate Art” section of collages by editor Rose ov Sharon and the very touching and beautiful collages of Kali 106, who’s work is... More > featured in posthumous tribute. The other artistic highlight is the stimulating drawings accompanying James Curcio’s “Hillbilly Tantra”, which were provided by Michelle Witchypoo. These along with the other images throughout the journal beautifully reflect the ideas expressed in the text. Of the written contribution to Broadcast 10, my favourite pieces both came from the Center for Tactical Magic. Both pieces “Transformational Magic” and “Power Transposition Spell” discuss connection between magic and certain forms of activism, which is an area that I am particularly interested in at the moment. Other contributions that I particularly enjoyed were “Babel” by Peter Grey, which argues for utilising “active choice” to help us to cope with the data-glut that is modern life, the brilliant “Final Secrets of the Orange Path”, secrets which I’ll leave you to discover, and “Why Harry Potter Eventually Loses to the Black Magician” by Devin Galaudet. While I wouldn’t exactly call myself a Crowleyite I have a strong dislike of the Harry Potter series and Devin Galaudet’s piece made me smile. Throughout the rest of the journal there are a couple of interviews, a piece entitled “Why Sigils Work”, a fascinating piece on Maria Denaglowska, some other Crowley-related piece and much more. There is definitely something for most magicians to get some enjoyment from here. I’m pleased that this journal has seen the light of day again and I hope this means there will be more issues in the future. Easily 5 stars.< Less
  • By devon bradbury
    Mar 23, 2006
    "FROM THEE DAWN OV-" times have shifted. "ov-speak" has gone by the way-side. still wE stand. stand strong & united. @ each & every point along "the way" there accumulates a web of tears, of strains, of visions, of flames. & a collective perspective of t.o.p.y.'s aims, objectives & passions are offered in plain language that e(i)nvokes that aim of every great magus: LOVE. kudos on another neccessary beauty, all coyote & kali;> havo(C)405
  • By Jason Justice
    Sep 30, 2005
    "It's like it's from another world!" I honestly feel privileged to have provided the internal layout and design for this book. The more I look it over from cover to finish, the more I realize how cool it truly is. It's like an illuminated magical weird freaky artistic alien colorful gem wisdom oracle. It's like it's from another world . . .
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Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
September 30, 2005
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.76 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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