Author Emericus Durden has developed the first comprehensively new approach to occult theory and practice in more than 50 years. His latest book Occultism: Striving to Leave, Striving to Create systematically lays out his entire approach, beginning with an introduction addressing why occultism matters to a modern audience steeped in science and cynicism, then launching into all three "phases" of Mr. Durden's occult methodology.
Based on more than 15 years of intense occult practice in a variety of different personal circumstances, Mr. Durden's methodology generates real practical results on both the spiritual and material planes. The approach itself is highly synthetic, incorporating ideas, theories, and physical forms drawn from Western and Eastern traditions, then reconfiguring them into a coherent system reflecting the increasingly broader "perspectives of awareness" the trainee experiences as he or she advances along the path.
"Infinity acting on infinity" is the final goal, of course: conscious creation of a material world immaculately aligned with the inner vision of a stabilized imagination and the force of a fully realized will.