Review: Financial Sorcery

Review: Financial Sorcery December 31, 2019

Jason Miller Financial Sorcery

Out of all of Jason Miller’s books, Financial Sorcery: Magical Strategies to Create Real and Lasting Wealth was the book that I picked up and set down without finishing previously. A few days ago I decided to try reading it again. I realized that my resistance to the book was actually related to what he discusses in regards to our relationship with money and our false ideas surrounding it as spiritual people, particularly pagans. I am so glad that I picked it up again and once I did, I simply devoured it. This isn’t just a book of money spells or wealth magick. That just isn’t Jason’s style. Nope, the book is so much greater and more valuable than that.

There are several brilliant things that Jason brings up in Financial Sorcery. The first being to see money as a spirit with its own sigils and to have a relationship with it like we would any other dangerous yet beneficial spirit. We all know the damage that money and wealth can create in our life, but money can also be a tool to assist others and heal, and Jason lays out a case for the positive uses of money in the world. While viewing money as a spirit he invokes that famous quote from Jesus in the Bible, where he too refers to money as a spirit, Mammon. Yet, Jason has a fascinating insight into this quick little quote by Jesus.

“This is where Christ’s advice about Mammon comes in: “You cannot serve both God and Mammon.” This doesn’t mean that money is in and of itself evil, but that you cannot serve money. It must serve you. This is no different from the ceremonial magician’s evocation of demons. When evoking a demon, you bind it to oaths and make it submit to your will, which is aligned to the divine will. It must serve you, not the other way around. You are in fact fulfilling the natural order of the universe by commanding the demon in the name of divine will, and thus exposing it to divine light. Money is no different: tame it and make it serve you or you will end up its servant—or worse, its victim.”
– Jason Miller
Financial Sorcery: Magical Strategies to Create Real and Lasting Wealth

Like all of Jason’s books his magickal approach is strategic with both big goals and little goals to assist the larger one, and how he tackles money in Financial Sorcery is no different. He also has great insight into debt-killing strategies and money management which unites both the practical mundane with the magickal. He guides the reader through building relationship with other spirits throughout the world that will assist in bringing wealth and prosperity into your life.

Another thing that really struck me about Financial Sorcery was Jason’s discussion on “set points” and relates it to not only money but other areas of our lives. he discusses that our upbringing creates a set point, where we sort of adhere to. For example, he talks about how those who are raised in the Middle Class will most likely not advance beyond that unless they decide to tackle their own set point and raise the bar. I had so many “aha!” moments while reading this book, more than I’ve had in a really long time. This book has so much in it that I’ve never seen in any book on the subject of money and magick, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to change their relationship with money and have it serve them, instead of the other way around.


About Mat Auryn
Mat Auryn is a witch, professional psychic, and occult teacher throughout the New England. He is the author of 'Psychic Witch: A Metaphysical Guide To Meditation, Magick, and Manifestation'. He is a High Priest in the Sacred Fires Tradition of Witchcraft. As a psychic witch, Mat has had the honor and privilege of studying under some of the most prominent witchcraft teachers, elders, and witchcraft traditions. He runs the blog For Puck’s Sake on Patheos Pagan, is a content creator for Modern Witch, has a column in Witches & Pagans Magazine entitled 'Extra-Sensory Witchcraft', and a column in Horns Magazine. He has been featured in various magazines, radio shows, podcasts, books, anthologies, and other periodicals. You can read more about the author here.

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