Tag Archives: spirituality

Review of “Entering the Desert” by Craig Williams

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

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Magical Curses in Christianity?

From the Greek Magical Papyri to the Guiborg Mass, the idea of cursing one’s enemies is nothing new. Continue reading

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The Catholic Blessing for Weapons of War

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord: and let perpetual light shine upon them. Continue reading

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Chakras, the Middle Pillar, and the Lord’s Prayer

Can a Christian use the Middle Pillar? Yes, and find out why! Continue reading

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Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram: Thoughts and Theology

The LBRP is a cornerstone of High Magic. But it may not be what you think it is. Continue reading

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Reading the Stations of the Cross

.PDF booklet with complete text and all prayers available at http://bit.ly/1Uia8lQ Continue reading

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Thoughts for Holy Thursday

The Last Supper as the beginning, and the Church as the legitimate heir to the Western Mystery Tradition. Continue reading

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