Tag Archives: history

NEW BOOK: Medieval Rituals of Catholic Exorcism!

If you’ve ever wondered what scholars talk about when speaking of the “magical components” in medieval exorcisms, then wonder no more! Continue reading

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Witchcraft Section at the Free PDF Library!

Just added eight more books to the Free Library. Enjoy! Continue reading

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Can the Independent Sacramental Movement Be Revitalized?

What can an outsider’s perspective bring to the table? Continue reading

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Occult Lineages within the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement

Even Traditionalist bishops themselves aren’t aware of what lurks within their succession tables. Continue reading

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Magic Is Good, Until It’s Not

The Medieval Church viewed Magic more leniently than she does now. What happened? Continue reading

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No, Priests Are Not Better at Magic than Laypeople

Pretensions don’t mean jack when you actually know what you’re doing. Continue reading

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Easter = Ishtar? Not Really.

A meme says Easter is named after Ishtar. The truth behind that will blow. Your. Mind. Continue reading

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Candle Colors and History

Human ingenium has always found a way to illuminate the darkness. And your ingenium will figure out how to make your magic work *for you.* Continue reading

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