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Greetings,
I just found this site and decided that i had to sign up, but when I was looking at everything I didn't know where to start. Then i saw this introductions page and thought it might be as good a place as any.
I live in Oshawa, Canada about an hours drive from Toronto and I'm 18 years old. I've been reading on occult subjects for about 3 years now. Ranging anywhere from sacred geometry to paranomal to psychadelic to magick and mysticism (theres more but it would be too time consuming). I am a knowledge seeker and most of the knowledge falls in the category of occult. I was first introduced to occult ideas by my grandmother (wiccan) but i didnt really know anything about it, at school i was just able to say "my grandma's a witch". But the true initiator was the band Tool and their website writer Blair Mackenzie Blake. As a result of this I would very much like to know more about the Typhonian O.T.O. and sex magick, as well as any other helpful knowledge I can get my hands on. I just recently aquired Kenneth Grant's Outside the Circles of Time, so I haven't had a chance to read it yet. I would like to get a hold of his other books or at least some knowledge of it and this seemed like the perfect place. Another bonus (hopefully) is that I can probably get a little more help with magick ritual etc. from people who experience it, because so far i have only just started any sort of practice. You can't ask a book questions. Anyway I've rambled for long enough and if you have any comment on any subject I would me most grateful. Thank you.
-Tyler


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lashtal
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Welcome to LAShTAL...

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Michael Staley
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A fulsome welcome to LAShTAL, aspiringmagician. There is a great diversity of interests represented here, as is fitting for a website which is impartial. There are many here who are interested in the work of Kenneth Grant amongst others, so you will find no shortage of kindred spirits here. We look forward to your input.

Best wishes,

Michael.


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