Outside the Circle: Evil Spirits Of New Year

Celebrants throughout the ages have observed numerous lesser-known New Year’s customs and superstitions. [Read more…]

Full Frontal Magic: Five Ways to use Spirituality to Break the Holiday Stress (and Bring Happiness)

You do not need to be stressed about the holidays. No, really, you don’t, but just saying that isn’t going to stop it. [Read more…]

Adventures in Wortcunning: Spicing up the Holidays

Pull together some ginger, cinnamon, a little clove, some nutmeg, cardamom and allspice; this one flavor probably means “Yuletide” more than any other taste of the holidays. [Read more…]

The Cartomancer: Creating Wealth

How is wealth created? When some pretend and hide, what is left in paying it forward? [Read more…]

The Blooming Staff: Prisca Theologia, Pansophy, and Integral Truth – Some Notes on Universal Reformation

Universal Reformation has been a goal throughout Western esoteric history: for Renaissance magi, for Rosicrucians, and today in the Universal Brotherhood. [Read more…]

Star Made Witch: Goddesses, Mountains, and Potions

I’m an opportunist and my days have magical themes. Today it was: local landscape, wormwood and wine. [Read more…]

The Path of She: Four Transformational Lessons for the Winter Season

Winter is the season of the Dark Goddess and Her rebirth magic. Here are four transformational lessons to guide your rebirth magic of healing and personal growth that can make your life anew. [Read more…]

Happily Heathen: Know Your Lore – Why Freyr Won Gerd

Freyr is married to the jotun maiden Gerd, but do you know how or why. It’s a shocking story, but a good one to know. [Read more…]

Outside the Circle: The Dark Lords Of Yule And Misrule

Not so long ago, Yule was as much a chilling season of Ghosts, Monsters, Imps, and Uglies as it was a festival of goodwill. [Read more…]

Lamp & Labyrinth: What is a lamp? A Labyrinth?

Since the show Westworld stole my main analogy for mysticism, I thought I’d share the analogy that came to me while in devotional practice.  It is important to distinguish between a maze and a labyrinth when comparing my analogy to the TV show:  a maze has dead ends while a labyrinth does not. In the [Read More…]