I trained a GPT-2 model on a personal corpus of occult materials, and used iot to generate a book with a method I call recursive table of contents prompting. I prompted the model with the following:

Glitchcraft, A Treatise on Futuristic Magick


Then I generated tables of contents, gathering the most unique and interesting titles at each numbered chapter until I had a full twenty-one.

Then I prompted the model for each chapter individually, using the title the book and the chapter title, and curated several generations of each.

I called forth a new book of magic from the depths of language.

The first page looks like this:

Later I took this book to a gathering of magic users and we tested several of the incantations aloud. Feedback included:

this is spooky”

what the actual fuck”

please destroy this permanently”

PDF available on request.

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