Andrieh Vitimus has been a practising magician for over twelve years in multiple systems. He has taught metaphysical classes at Alchemy Arts in Chicago and at conventions including Aeon, Ancient Ways, Real Witches Ball, Convocation, and Sirius Rising. He is a member of the prestigious Illuminatos of Thanateros (IOT), one of the most difficult magical organizations to enter.
"Andrieh Vitimus does an excellent job of laying out foundational material that will help anyone easily understand and be able to practice chaos magic and energy work. His book provides plenty of exercises that anyone can do, but which will also help any person manifest some powerful changes in their lives if they are willing to follow through and do the exercises. A must have for any magician."--Taylor Ellwood, author of Multi-Media Magic and Neuro-Magic "In the colorful (and sometimes absurd) subculture of magicians, wannabe magicians, and armchair wizards, Andrieh Vitimus is the real deal. You don't just attend his lectures and workshops, you practice honest-to-gods, in-your-face magic. Hands-On Chaos Magic is just what it says, and the next best thing to working with the master himself.--Lon Milo DuQuette, author of The Magick of Aleister Crowley Andrieh Vitimus's Hands-On Chaos Magic is clearly the work of an experienced magician. This practice-based book covers all the main aspects of practical chaos magic and is underpinned with a sound basis of theory and a critique of the culture in which the magician is embedded. Vitimus also engages with the contentious issues of trance and identity, delivering a well-considered and thorough contribution to the chaos magic current."--Dave Lee, author of Chaotopia "Using contemporary techniques found in psychology, neuro-linguistic programming, hypnosis, and psychic development, Vitimus is able to present a usable introduction to the concepts and practical techniques of chaos magic. This will allow those interested in this system to actually make use of it, something that is often difficult to learn from some of the highly philosophical books available on the subject."--Donald Michael Kraig, author of Modern Magick