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My Problem with Neopagan Polemics, The Protestant Origins, and Modern Catholicism’s Complicity
Fun fact I learned yesterday: the Romans used the Yin-Yang symbol 700 years before the Chinese. Oh, and this was recorded in the Notitia Dignitatum around 425 AD, meaning the symbol was first used by actual Roman Catholics! Those pagan … Continue reading
Posted in apologetics, Church, Pastoral, and Ministry, history Tagged apologetics, history, neopaganism, paganism, protestantism, religion 6 Comments
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
Posted in books, history, Rituals and Spells Tagged catholicism, christianity, exorcism, history, middle ages, renaissance, spiritual warfare 4 Comments
Witchcraft Section at the Free PDF Library!
Just added eight more books to the Free Library. Enjoy! Continue reading
Posted in books, history, Rituals and Spells Tagged books, free, Free books, history, inquisition, margaret murray, masonry, montague summers, witchcraft Leave a comment
Can the Independent Sacramental Movement Be Revitalized?
What can an outsider’s perspective bring to the table? Continue reading
Occult Lineages within the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement
Even Traditionalist bishops themselves aren’t aware of what lurks within their succession tables. Continue reading
Magic Is Good, Until It’s Not
The Medieval Church viewed Magic more leniently than she does now. What happened? Continue reading
Posted in Magical Theory, Theology Tagged catholic church, council of trent, history, magic, science, Theology, witchcraft 2 Comments
No, Priests Are Not Better at Magic than Laypeople
Pretensions don’t mean jack when you actually know what you’re doing. Continue reading
Posted in Magical Theory, Theology Tagged conjuration, exorcism, grimoires, history, magic, ordination, Theology Leave a comment
Easter = Ishtar? Not Really.
A meme says Easter is named after Ishtar. The truth behind that will blow. Your. Mind. Continue reading
Posted in Theology Tagged christianity, custom, easter, history, ishtar, jesus, paganism, resurrection 3 Comments
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
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged candles, history, lamp, magic, magick, occult, practice, spirituality, tallow, theurgy, tradition, wax 2 Comments