The Chaos Outlet


The Chaos Outlet

Pertaining to all forms of Chaos magick, discussing how the 156-current/Chaos(and all of its lovely names) has intergrated itself upon your path/paradigm, and what you have found useful and what sucks. 88888888

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Comment by Olwen on October 16, 2016 at 12:21am

I am looking for a mentor for chaos magick. If there is anyone willing to help me out or at least answer a few questions, please PM me. :)

Comment by Book of The Red Hand on April 14, 2012 at 4:24am
Hi seems my link did not work,any looking at making a new magick circle
Already looked at the older once that are available , but looking bit something new something more chaos
Comment by Richard Sipson on April 13, 2012 at 7:11pm

Hello, just introducing myself..I have developed an interest in pagan subjects over the past couple of years but it was a question of which path to follow. Currently moving in the direction of Chaos Magick having successfully experimented with Sigils.

Comment by Book of The Red Hand on August 16, 2011 at 10:15am

Here with some of the books of Chaos that I have in E books



just one of many if more are needed I have a whole stack


May moon Light your Path

Comment by Octarine Knight on August 15, 2011 at 9:29pm

Oh shit son,
I'm actually surprised that more people have joined and communicated. I've been gone for a long long time(things didn't go as planned and I ragequit'd except for armchairism for about...fuck if I know) I'm glad to see things are going well and this is still being used.

Comment by Slaying Crow O'Hagan on July 11, 2011 at 4:12am

YES I do. :D Anything by Phil Hines, I love that man.  Specifically for beginners: Condensed Chaos

Prime Chaos

Also anything by Peter J Carroll 

Here are a couple of classics: Liber Kaos

Liber Null and Psychnaugt: An introduction to Chaos Magic


Generally though you want to keep up your studies with everything any magician would study, like astrology, numerology, Kabbalah, tarot etc etc. Then once you are familiar with those systems you can turn them on their ear, or incorporate various ceremonial systems together. I would highly recommend Crowley's works because he knew what he was doing. Not everyone likes him, but you can't argue his his intelligence, he was literally a mad genius. I think 777 is a must for any working magicians library. Magik Without Tears is also a must and if you have the time Books I-IV.  

Specifically this one:


Good luck and I look forward to hearing your feedback. 




Comment by Trevor on July 11, 2011 at 1:13am
Does any one have any recommendations for a chaos magick book? I am very curious on the subject. I discovered some major principles of these practices have been circulating in my consciousness for quite some time and I'd like to get a more refined view. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you!
Comment by Slaying Crow O'Hagan on May 20, 2011 at 12:00pm

Sorry here is the correct link.

Guys! Lon Milo DuQuette in coming here to Vancouver BC to do a series of lectures. Check it out, I`m really looking forward to this.

Comment by Loki Kuolema on May 8, 2011 at 11:33am
Comment by three on March 15, 2011 at 8:48pm

A subject observes itself observing itself observing itself ad infinitum.



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