My Absence / Back in the Saddle

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It’s been long awhile since I posted here. Too long.

Long story short, it’s been a long past few months. My mother fell and broke her hip (last May, she’s now healed), and my stepfather had open heart surgery (last September). This shows how easy it is to become distracted.

While I’ve posted in some places on Facebook (mostly so-called “shitposting,” since I’ve a massive contrarian streak), said Mass at my old (exoteric) church last August, and continued face-to-face meetings with current clients, I’ve neglected this blog and haven’t returned E-mails – haven’t even looked at my E-mails – or a lot of phone calls. Go figure, seeing I’m terrible about E-mails and phone calls even in the best of times (hint: I’m stuck in the “old way” of doing things; if it’s not face-to-face, I have a hard time forcing myself to prioritize it.).

I’m getting back in the saddle, working on a new book, getting ready to post fresh material to this blog, and promise to work my way through any E-mails that’ve accumulated in my absence.

While I apologize in advance to anyone who’s been waiting for me to get back to them, I’m also hoping this can be an opportunity to learn, to grow, and build THAVMA into the greatest space for Christian magical development ever!

Pax et Bonum,
+Agostino

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About Agostino

Originally from Queens, N.Y., and having grown up in Dayton, OH, Agostino Taumaturgo is a unique figure. He is the product of the unlikely combination of coming from a Traditional Roman Catholic background and a spirituality-friendly home. It was in this home that Agostino first learned the basics of meditation, prayer, and spiritual working. In time Agostino completed his theology studies and was ordained to the priesthood and was later consecrated a bishop. He has since left the Traditional movement and brings this knowledge to the “outside world” through his teaching and writing, discussing spiritual issues and practical matters through the lens of traditional Christian theology.
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