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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
They said Christians can’t use a Pentagram. What we find will blow. Your. Mind. 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
Think you’ve read everything about Christian magic? Think again! Continue reading
An orthodox Christian magic can only be based on an orthodox Christian theology. It CAN be done! Continue reading
When you pursue mundane ends or conduct magical operations, do so not as a peasant begging for a handout from some rich dude’s table. Do it instead with the mind of a tiger stalking its prey, or a conqueror claiming what’s rightfully yours. Continue reading
If you want your magic to manifest in concrete results, you must ENGAGE your belief and ACT IN THE PHYSICAL WORLD. Continue reading
The first in a planned series of guided meditations, this is one of the first exercises I give students as a way to become accustomed to meditation, as an act of the old prayer-books call “spiritual communion,” and to attune themselves to tap into the divine uncreated energy (theologians call this “grace”) permeating all creation. Continue reading
A Pennsylvania Dutch Powwower read this book. What he has to say is AWESOME! Continue reading