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Carnal Alchemy - Sado-Magical Techniques for Pleasure, Pain, and Self-Transformation

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Carnal Alchemy - Sado-Magical Techniques for Pleasure, Pain, and Self-Transformation

Stephen E., Ph.D. Flowers

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BDSM sexuality as a powerful tool for self-transformation and the realization of magical and spiritual aims

* Details how to combine the 6 major types of S&M stimulation with sexual stimulation for magical and transformative purposes

* Explores sado-magical workings from both submissive and dominant perspectives

* Traces the roots of the BDSM tradition from ancient pagan and shamanic rituals to historical figures such as the Marquis de Sade, Aleister Crowley, and Anton LaVey

Sex magic allows us to tap in to the most abundant power source available: sexual energy. Magicians, shamans, and fakirs throughout history have used physical stimulation and ritual to harness sexual energy, unlock inner states of consciousness, and activate the ability to influence their surroundings. While pleasure is often the focus of this stimulation, pain is just as effective, if not more so.

Combining both pleasure and pain, the sadomasochistic practice of Carnal Alchemy offers a powerful tool for self-transformation and the realization of magical and spiritual aims. Authors Stephen and Crystal Dawn Flowers explain the sado-magical workings of Carnal Alchemy from both the perspective of the submissive partner as well as the dominant. They detail the 6 major techniques of sadomasochistic stimulation—bondage, flagellation, piercing, penetration, clamping, and heat/cold—and how they can be combined with sexual stimulation for magical purposes. They trace the roots of the BDSM tradition in ancient pagan rites of passage, in indigenous shamanic rituals, and through historical figures who used this form of sexuality in their magic and philosophy, from the Marquis de Sade to more modern exemplars such as Aleister Crowley, Ernst Schertel, and Anton LaVey.

This guide also covers specialized furniture and tools and the decor of “the Chamber” to trigger states of consciousness in which the Sado-Magician can effectively express his or her will.

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