Pop Culture Magick(2004)
An Exploration Modern Magick
A non fiction book by Storm Constantine and Taylor Elwood
Pop Culture Magick is about a new approach to doing magick. The author recognize that in this day and age the truly flexible magician is the magician who adapts with the times and as such Pop Culture Magick is a reflection of the need for magick to adapt to the times. Ideas for practical magick can come from many unusual sources and Pop Culture Magick is about opening the mind of the magician to the idea that pop culture is one such source. In this book you will learn: How to create pop culture god forms and entities; How to invoke yourself into a godform; How to create practical techniques based off of TV shows, comics, and other forms of pop culture media; How to charge your sigils by playing video games; How to create your own system of magick based off of fantasy books, TV shows, or any other form of pop culture media.
Used availability for Storm Constantine's Pop Culture Magick
January 2004 : UK Paperback