August 3, 2020

For those who work with deities; in my opinion and experience food, libations, candles, and incense smoke are not the most powerful offerings you can give to a deity Read more

June 5, 2020

Shadow Work isn’t fun. It’s not trendy or glamorous or edgy. It’s painful. It’s messy. It’s uncomfortable. However, it’s absolutely necessary. Read more

May 24, 2020

“To Be Silent” is perhaps the most misunderstood tenet of the Witch’s Pyramid (also called the Powers of the Magus / For Powers of the Sphinx). Read more

April 4, 2020

Kelden’s writing style is approachable and has done for Trad Craft what Scott Cunningham did for Wicca, offering a welcoming yet clear and concise break down of the cosmology and praxis of Trad Craft while maintaining accessibility.  Read more

April 3, 2020

Sometimes her face is shockingly green like the wisdom of the plant realm and like the color of prosperity — such prosperity that endangered the lives of women, as they were historically killed and tried as Witches for owning land and wealth without a husband. Read more

February 7, 2020

One of the best categorizations of dreams I have come across comes from the Roman writer Macrobius in about 400 CE where he’s commenting on the Dream of Scipio from Cicero’s De re publica written in about 54 BCE. In the commentary Macrobius categorizes dreams into the following five types—Somnium, Visio, Oraculum, Insomnium, and Visum.  Read more

February 5, 2020

Gwion shows how preparing and cooking food can connect a person to magick in a concrete tangible way—whether that’s working a food spell, performing a devotional food ritual or just simply being mindful of the process of transformation and creation involved in cooking. Read more

January 18, 2020

Most of our textbook standard definitions of magick usually begin defining it as “the science and the art of…” While Arin strongly acknowledges the “science” of spellcrafting and lays it out in a concrete, easy-to-follow and affable fashion, Arin shows how to bring the “art” aspect into your spells and how equally important that is. Read more

January 16, 2020

A few days ago I discovered that a flyer was being passed around by an unidentified Christian Group at a restaurant in Austin, asking to protest the event and included a prayer. I remained silent on it when I discovered it and decided to meditate on it a bit. Read more

January 15, 2020

This idea of the “The Little Work” serving as a crucial component for “The Great Work” is almost a direct answer to and extension of the works of Israel Regardie, Franz Bardon, and Dion Fortune where they discuss and reference doing this type of work but then don’t ever dive into the detailed practices of how that is done as this book does. Read more




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