This highly entertaining and intelligent book gives the reader a view into the magical current called 'Chaos Magic'. Written with precision and creativity, Julian Vayne examines the theories behind techniques of chaos magic -- in particualr the way in which chaos magick deploys elements from art, religion and science. Personal experience infuses the work with extra insight, so the book serves as window onto contemporary magical thought, while being a roller-coaster of a good read. Engaging, fresh and innovative, just as we expect from British chaos folk.
Oxford: Mandrake, 2004. Paperback, 187 pages. New.