Harness Your Orgasmic Power with Ritual Sex Magick

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<p>For our new series on sex, cults and the spiritual aspects of getting down we speak to a practitioner of occult sex magick. <br></p>


Joseph Sar (not his real name) is a married, middle-aged charity worker living in a large East Coast city. He’s into fine wines, jogging, Indonesian cuisine and occult sex rituals. For 20 years or so Sar has been a practitioner of what he calls “sex magick.” We spoke to him about his hobby (not the jogging) for our new series on sex, cults and the spiritual aspects of getting down.

Playboy.com: You seem like a pretty straitlaced guy. How did you get into this occult sex stuff?

Sar: Thanks. I clean up well. How I got into this...There’s a Playboy connection. I was a fan of the fiction of the writer Robert Anton Wilson, who was also a Playboy editor in the ’60s, and he wrote a nonfiction book I tracked down called Sex, Drugs and Magick: A Journey Beyond Limits, originally published by Playboy Press. In it, he talks about his personal experience doing sex magick and I got inspired to try it out. I started reading other books, tried some stuff out with my girlfriend at the time. I met some other people into the occult and studied with them for a while, not just the sex stuff but the Western Mystery Tradition in general.

Playboy.com: What is sex magick? Are you onstage sawing a pretty women in half, putting them back together, then having sex with them? Are you seducing them with card tricks?

Sar: That’s why we spell it with the “k,” to differentiate it from stage magic. Look, sex is very powerful, we can all agree with that. It releases energy. Emotional energy. Physical energy. Sex magick seeks to harvest that. The simplest technique is just visualization. You fuck and you both orient your mind on something you want. At the point of coming you both let that visualization overflow in your mind and the directed sexual energy helps it to manifest.

Playboy.com: And it works?

Sar: When I was younger I was convinced it did. Now I’m starting to think of it as an incredibly potent form of self-hypnosis.

Playboy.com: It sounds like a more enjoyable version of positive thinking.

Sar: Exactly. The other technique we do, which is along the same lines, involves powering up a ritual item to use, say, like a pack of tarot cards. It’s actually fairly simple for a man to teach himself how to delay orgasm, it just takes a lot of practice on your own, if you know what I mean. We take a deck of tarot to bed with us and we fuck and she has orgasm after orgasm while I hold back. Each orgasm she has is releasing energy and we direct that into the deck so that it’s charged up for effective future use.

Playboy.com: So are these practices part of your religion? Are you in some tantric Eastern religion? Or are you Satanists?

Sar: My wife was raised Episcopalian and we go [to the Episcopalian church] for Christmas and Easter services. So, no, we’re not Satanists. I study some Eastern traditions, but I’m not a Sting tantra guy. These occult traditions have been hiding in the West for thousands of years, all this esoteric ritual magick stuff, and it was studied and performed by a wide range of people. That’s what I meant by the term “Western Mystery Tradition” earlier. For the most part it was all in secret, which is why we don’t hear much about it. To be honest, the sexual aspects really just started being emphasized since the 1800s, but I think it was always there, hiding. But there are no secrets anymore, it’s all online or at your local occult bookshop.


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