[Online] Book Club #5 “My Life with the Spirits” by Lon Milo DuQuette Mondays beginning Dec 5th 6pm


Book Club “My Life with the Spirits – Adventures of a Modern Magician” by Lon Milo Duquette
December 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, January 2nd  6-7:30pm PST
Facilitated by Eva Alloca
Location: Online via Zoom
Recorded for absentees: Audio recording will be available for participants in case they miss a week. 

Please note:

  • Payment of $15 grants you access to all 5 weeks. Same zoom link each week
  • Any late registrants will receive the audio recordings of any missed weeks
  • Download the pdf with the zoom link in the confirmation screen upon completing your purchase.


22 Teachings is hosting a student-led virtual book club for the discussion and exploration of My Life with the Spirits by Lon Milo DuQuette

The book club is open to beginners and experienced practitioners alike who are looking to discuss aspects of the western mysteries with fellow like minds.

My Life with the Spirits by Lon Milo DuQuette 

My Life with the Spirits is a rare glimpse into the fascinating, sometimes terrifying, sometimes hilarious world of a modern ceremonial magician. Hailed by critics as the most entertaining author in the field and one of the most widely respected members of the magick community, Lon Milo DuQuette gently draws you into the introspective world of the modern magician, tickles you with hilarious observations and self-effacing confessions, then (often in the same paragraph) slams you in the heart with breathtaking profundities.

DuQuette’s most impressive quality is that in spite of his many accomplishments he doesn’t take himself too seriously, which makes what he has to say all the more appealing. He’s been through experiences that many Americans can relate to from his “agonizing years of Sunday School” and service as an altar boy, to riding the waves of the cultural revolution of the 60s. After sorting through an abundance of spiritual paths, he finally came upon one that resonated with him. By shedding light on his own development — as a person and a magician — DuQuette provides a beacon for aspiring magicians everywhere.

Lon Milo DuQuette (born July 11, 1948), also known as Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford and by his neo-Gnostic bishop title of Tau Lamed] is an American writer, lecturer, musician, and occultist, best known as an author who applies humor in the field of Western Hermeticism.

The book discussion will take place over 5 weeks, Please come to each meeting having already read the chapters listed, and ready to discuss.

Week 1 December 5th: (Prologue+3 pages to pg31 = 35pg)
Prologue: Sons Of The Desert – Chapter 7 Holy Communion

Week 2 December 12th: (pg34 – 71 = 38pg)
Chapter 8 California Dreaming – Chapter 12 Initiation

Week 3 December 19th: (pg73 – 109 = 37pg)
Chapter 13 Nedura and the Procession of the Elves – Chapter 16 Evocation of Orobas

Week 4 December 26th: (pg111 – 146 = 35pg)
Chapter 17 Evocation of Orobas A Postscript – Chapter 21 Enochian Spirits ACMBICU

Week 5 January 2nd: (pg147 – 185 = 39pg)
Chapter 22 Enochian Spirits EHNB – Epilogue Holy Man

The book is available online through our affilitate link here:  https://amzn.to/3twYrxM

Price to attend is $15 and will grant you access to all 5 weeks.

As always with our bookclub, we record audio only, no video, and this is sent to everyone who is signed up. We do not sell the audio later on the website. This is a participation based event, designed for all to share and feel safe to ask questions, share experiences and learn together.

This discussion will be facilitated by Eva Allocca,

Eva will reach out to everyone signed up a few days in advance of week 1 to check in.

Since childhood Eva has always been curious about how the world works. Her adventures into the metaphysical have led her to working with tarot, ceremonial magic and cultivating an extensive library. Eva’s been a student of 22 Teachings for one year and continues to broaden her education at every turn. She practices ceremonial magic for a better understanding of herself as well as the seen and the unseen world.