“Working with spirits can be some of the most dangerous yet some of the most gratifying work a magickal practitioner can engage in. With Jason as your guide in this book, you are in some of the best hands out there when it comes to approaching and working with spirits. This is a book I wish I had fifteen years ago when I began working closely with spirits.” —Mat Auryn, author of Psychic Witch
Throughout history, humans have sought power and knowledge from spirits. Learning how to conjure, communicate, and negotiate with these unseen powers is one of the keys to success in magic.
Consorting with Spirits presents a detailed explanation of what spirits are, their different classifications, and how they exist in relation to the world we normally perceive. The reader will then learn a system of practices that will cultivate three main skills: The capacity to perceive spirits clearly, the ability to interact with them effectively, and the tools to deepen your relationships. It is this focus on deepening relationships and increasing clarity in communications that has been missing from much of the material about spirits.
This book will teach you different ways of interacting with spirits, from offerings and invitations to forceful conjurations. With these tools in hand, you can work with your spirit allies to achieve any goal, from protection, to wealth, to vast knowledge.
Consorting with Spirits shares:
- Proper training necessary for calling and conversing with spirits.
- How to evaluate the messages you receive.
- A full view of different modes of contact and what situations each mode lends itself to
- Why the best sorcery is local.
- The tools to establish and maintain a long-term relationship with spirits (consorting).
- The 6 different manifestations of spirits and their corresponding magickal operations, qualities, benefits, and drawbacks.
- The 4 methods of interacting with spirits: prayer, conjuring, compelling, and evocation.
About the Author
Jason Miller (Inominandum) has devoted 35 years to studying practical magic in its many forms. He is the author of six books, including the now classic Protection & Reversal Magick. He teaches several courses online including the Strategic Sorcery One Year Course, the Sorcery of Hekate Training, and the Black School of Saint Cyprian. He lives with his wife and children in the mountains of Vermont. Find out more at www.StrategicSorcery.net.
“Jason Miller masterfully guides you through many worlds of spirit, based on his own deep experiences and balanced with an understanding of multiple traditions and paradigms. With his guidance, you can learn to consort with the spirits too, and find your own place in this time-honored tradition of communing with the unseen.”
— Christopher Penczak, author of The Inner Temple of Witchcraft and The Mighty Dead
“Working with spirits can be some of the most dangerous yet some of the most gratifying work a magickal practitioner can engage in. With Jason as your guide in this book, you are in some of the best hands out there when it comes to approaching and working with spirits. This is a book I wish I had fifteen years ago when I began working closely with spirits.”
— Mat Auryn, author of Psychic Witch
“Miller has written the definitive next-level book on working with spirits. This is not for beginners, yet he takes many complicated texts and breaks them down into relatable exercises for the 21st-century magic worker. No matter your level of experience, if you work with spirits in any manner, you will find a gem of wisdom in Consorting with Spirits.”
— Jacki Smith, author of Coventry Magic with Candles Oils and Herbs and The Big Book of Candle Magic, Founder Coventry Creations
“Jason Miller has written an engaging and highly useful guide to spirit work. Smart, funny, and most importantly practical, this is a book is rooted in historical methods of magic but not bound by them.”
— Aidan Wachter, author of Weaving Fate
“Witty, insightful, engaging, enjoyable, and a definite game changer. Consorting with Spirits is everything you would expect from Jason Miller and more!”
— Christopher Orapello, podcaster, artist, witch, and coauthor of Besom, Stang & Sword
“For many witches, sorcerers, magicians, and the like, working with an assortment of spirits is central to their practice. Spirit work is certainly one of the cornerstones of my practice. Jason Miller’s Consorting with Spirits is a rare treasure. This book manages to provide a sensible frame of reference for spirits, a balanced mix of levelheaded caution with confidence building encouragement, and a rational discussion of practical techniques. This book is for people that actually want to work with spirits, not just think about them. The personal experiences and insights Jason shares are gold for those that are ready to improve their practice. I am heartily recommending this book to all my students.”
— Ivo Dominguez Jr., author of The Four Elements of the Wise
“At long last—modern witchcraft has been provided what it so very much needs: a clear and concise guide to actually advancing your practice. Jason Miller’s Consorting with Spirits is an affably frank and detailed look at how any practitioner may go about forging connections with a variety of different types of spirits without getting their butt kicked. This will be an invaluable book to any witch wanting to progress beyond 101.”
— Tara-Love Maguire, coauthor of Besom, Stang & Sword
“This latest offering from Jason Miller fills a gap in the literature of occultism that we didn't know we had. It's a plain-spoken, anecdotal guide to spirit communication but don't let the breezy approach fool you into thinking it's another pop occult book. For many people who are thinking of dipping their toe into the subject by getting practical experience, Miller's guide is a perfect (and non-denominational) companion. For those who have been studying the more academically-oriented tomes on magic, and becoming more bewildered by the hour in the mix of dead languages and dead wizards, this will clear up some of the confusion. Miller has the background and is generous with sharing his own experiences, and for that reason alone the book is worth the price of admission.”
— Peter Levenda, coauthor, Rites of the Mummy
“Excellent practical techniques for experienced occultists interested in expanding their practice to include working with spirits. Thoughtful and insightful, there’s much to learn ranging from working with well-known spirits to ancestors to local spirits with lots of exciting magic to add to your witchcraft. One of my new favorite books!”
— Deborah Castellano, author of Magic for Troubled times and Glamour Magic