Quareia - The Adept
Quareia - a New School of Magic for the 21st Century
Quareia the Adept is a hardback edition of the complete Adept section of the Quareia magical training. The course is spread over three sections: Apprentice, Initiate, and Adept. Each section has ten modules, and each module has eight lessons. Each of the three sections is approximately five hundred thousand words: it is the most extensive, in-depth, and intelligent up to date magical course that is currently available worldwide.
The methods, information and techniques in the course enable the magician to engage any form of magic and work with it appropriately with the full knowledge of how that magic works, why it works and what is behind it. It also guides the magician along the mystical path, a path that reaches beyond religions and faith, and one where the adept moves into mystical union with the universe around them.
The modules of the Adept section teach about topics including: Adept Exorcism, Planetary Power, Advanced Magical Patterns, Magical Construction, Advanced Death and the Underworld, Working with Power, Teaching Methods, and Becoming the Adept. By the end of this section, the Adept will have all of the skills, knowledge and strength to step out into the world as a fully trained Adept.
The Quareia course is written in its entirety by magical adept and the Director of Quareia, Josephine McCarthy. Josephine has been involved in magic for forty years and has been teaching and writing about magic for over twenty five years. She is considered a revolutionizing force in the teaching of western magic, and one of the most prominent adepts of western magic alive today.
Quareia is a school that is open to anyone, and is free and accessible online at any time. It is a school that is entirely focused on teaching the most essential skills in magic, with unknown precision and depth in its materials. Yet it is free from any specific one style or specific religious overlay: various styles and religious patterns are studied and at times worked with in depth, but there is no one creed, culture or system that forms the foundation basis of the training: it is itself.
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