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, no longer be taken for granted. In this regard, the cultural situation of the twenty-first century has changed too much. Keywords Secrecy; Magic; Chaos magick; Postmodernism; Cultural relativism; Empirical field study Magie wird traditionell den so genannten “Geheimwissenschaften” oder “okkulten

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que ces histoires d’horreur suggèreraient que derrière l’écran vide et prosaïque de la réalité désenchantée se cache une réalité plus profonde encore, faite d’horreur pure. Dans sa partie finale, l’article traite de ce phé- nomène surprenant qu’est le “chaos magick” lovecraft ien, avec ses rituels d

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Bibliography Duggan, C., “Perenialism and Iconoclasm: Chaos Magick and the Legitimacy of Innovation,” in E. Asprem and K. Granholm (eds.), Contemporary Esotericism , London, 2012. Einstein, M., Brands of Faith: Marketing Religion in a Commercial Age , Oxon

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–109, 112–116, 124, 143, 152, 161 Chaos Magick  184–185 Christianity  9, 17–18, 20, 29, 32n137, 50, 142, 145, 192 and secularization  see secularization, as de-Christianization polemics against  40, 52–54, 66, 145, 150, 167–168 Protestantism  43, 118, 178–179, 189, 192 Christian esotericism  see

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according to their own personal pref- erences. Furthermore, the constellations created are not supposed to be fixed and stable, but rather flexible and pragmatic with practices and even beliefs being chosen according to what suits a particular situation. Dragon Rouge is not as extreme as Chaos Magick

In: Dark Enlightenment

early exponent of the maelstrom of chaos-oriented ideas that peaked in the mid to late eighties. 1 See for example the facebook.com groups “Chaos Magic ( CMG )” (23,000 members), “Sigil Magick” (45,000 members), “Chaos Magick Fundamentals” (4,200 members). See also the subreddit “Chaos

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‘hyper-real’ (possamai 2005), ‘invented’ (Cusack 2010a), or ‘fiction-based’ (davidsen 2010) religions. Studies in the field have examined, for instance, lovecraft-inspired Chaos Magick (hanegraaff 2007), the otherkin (kirby 2009a; kirby 2009b), Matrixism (e.g. Morehead this volume), the Church of all

In: Handbook of Hyper-real Religions

for further details). Wiccans of the twentieth century drew upon an ancient narrative trope about ‘Thessalian witches’ when referring to one of their most pivotal rites as ‘drawing down the moon’ (see Ethan Doyle White’s contribution in this volume). Some modern ‘Chaos magick’ groups read the

In: Fictional Practice: Magic, Narration, and the Power of Imagination

-identified Thelemites, but also for Crowley’s formative influence on late-modern sexual magic, Wicca, Satanism, and Chaos Magick, as previous research has demonstrated. 14 Within academia, Crowley’s ideas, legacy, and followers have principally been studied by scholars of Western esotericism, exemplifying the field

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heterodox spirituality. Christian Greer and Colin Duggan have argued that the zine scene, embraced by anarchists and punks, also gave rise to the postmodern esoteric current of “chaos magick,” both in the practice of copying, cutting, and modifying existing information, and in creating new, self

In: Esotericism and Deviance