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Books come and go in the occult community; it’s a fact of life no matter what your path, religion, or spiritual orientation.
Of these, some ultimately come to the forefront with staying power, precisely because they connect with timeless principles and call us back to our roots. Craig Williams’ Entering the Desert is a definite example. Continue reading
From the Greek Magical Papyri to the Guiborg Mass, the idea of cursing one’s enemies is nothing new. Continue reading
They said Christians can’t use a Pentagram. What we find will blow. Your. Mind. Continue reading
A 16-year old magic student draws his perceptions. What he learned was . . . Continue reading
Italian folk magic evolved in a culture and worldview very different from most modern westerners. To understand the magic, it’s important first to understand the worldview and the culture. Continue reading
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