Jason Miller and I talked, recently, about his Strategic Sorcery course and his books, and I provided him with a testimonial which he later posted here, and I felt it deserved some follow-up here on my blog. Jason's work is, frankly, great stuff. It may sound a bit pompous of me to say so, but he's one of the few sorcerous folks whom I've got a great deal of respect for; its a very short list, and Jason's at the top of it.
As indicated in my testimonial, Jason is good people, and I've had results from grafting some of his methodologies onto my own spiritual practice. Those who know me well, like family, friends, and long-standing clients know that I've been doing this sort of thing for, very literally, my whole life. I love a good book, but that's never, until recently, compared to the information I've gotten from spirits, and I am decidedly not very shy about that fact. Generally, I tout the idea of dialing them up first, being friendly and cautious, and working to form a solid relationship with them as a means to learning more about the occult and magical practice. Its a rare joy to see and speak with someone who seems to feel the same way (this is my view of Jason and his work, to clarify).
I am particularly fond of his suggestions regarding the adamantine dagger practices, as well as his mentions of meditations, chakra exercises, energy work, and so on. They, simply, jive with what I've been taught and take them to the next level. Furthermore, they have been confirmed as being valid methods by the spirits I work with. Sita-Tara, for one, had a few amusing words to say about one of the methods mentioned in the SS course.
That being the case, I'd certainly recommend taking that class if you want to take your work to the next level. Its a good way to ensure that you learn a thing or two from another guy who really does know what he's doing. His stuff does work; I've used it.
Finally, thank you, Jason, for being a pillar amongst this magical community. You've granted me some serious inspiration, and I only hope that I can do the same for you at some point.
Take care, my friends.