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Chaos Magick Audios CD: Volume VI: The Singing Tadpole & Best Before the End of the World Audio CD – Audiobook, 1 Jan 2004
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This title contains 2 CDs. "The Singing Tadpole" is a poem which is ostensibly couched in Celtic imagery but which actually offers many magical formulas with particular regard to the non-system which came to be known as Chaos Magick. Ramsey Dukes described it as 'sublime' but it makes many of its points through absurdity. Its meanings operate simultaneously at many levels and words are used ambiguously. The word 'spell' for example has five meanings; the word 'moment' has three, all of which are appropriate and meaningful within the context of the poem. The poem has received a special commendation from the W.B. Yeats Society.
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