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Llewellyn at PantheaCon 2014

Ah, how I love the first stirrings of February…the subzero temperatures, the constant scraping of frost off the windshield, the frequent snow showers, and the road-salt-encrusted boots. Lovely! But even more than that, I love leaving it all behind and attending PantheaCon, now in its 20th year. I’ve blogged about PantheaCon before, so I will […]

Freemasons, Webinars, and the Golden Dawn

There has been a debate on the internet concerning the future of magick. I saw a discussion about it on Aaron Leitch’s Blog. There, Aaron  discusses comments by Jake Stratton-Kent concerning the future of magick. One of the problems in this discussion is the use of jargon. Aaron reveals, “Jake is a goetic magician, but […]

The Week in Review—PantheaCon, Wine, Fox, An Apology

PantheaCon PantheaCon 2013 is over, and it may have been the best convention yet. Speakers came from all over, including Chic and Sandra Tabatha Cicero from Florida, Christopher Penczak from New Hampshire, Athena W. of Enochian.org who is up in Canada, and Lon Milo DuQuette from Southern California. Elysia, the head acquisitions editor for Llewellyn […]

Thank You, Pomona!

I live in Southern California, about 30–45 minutes from the City of Pomona. Pomona was founded in 1888 on a trade route used by indigenous Americans. In the 1700s it was known as the Rancho San Jose. Later, it became known as the Mission San Gabriel Grazing Lands. It was later “given” (albeit not by […]

Sunday Evening at Pantheacon

It’s been an amazing two-and-a-half days at Pantheacon! I spent Saturday rehearsing for my workshops later in the day. Then I went to the exclusive Llewellyn party. Thanks to Elysia for setting it up. I had a great chance to meet and greet long-time friends and meet some new Llewellyn authors. Unfortunately, the room was […]

Regardie’s The Golden Dawn

Francis Israel Regardie’s The Golden Dawn is one of the most important books in the history of modern occultism. Recently there have been a spate of attacks on Regardie’s book as being incomplete or not “the real stuff” leading to new books and claims by individuals to have received new information from the Secret Chiefs. […]

Are Divinations Always Correct?

As we come to the end of 2010, people are naturally interested in what will happen to them and those they care about in the coming year. Many of us will ask questions of astrologers, Tarot readers, etc., while others of us will investigate the charts and cards for ourselves. But are such divinations accurate […]

The Magickal Name

I read an interesting blog post by Leigh-Ann Anderson called Choosing a Magickal Name. It give some interesting ideas on how to choose a magickal name, but it doesn’t approach the topic historically. Magickal Names in the Past Anciently, there’s no evidence that people used magickal names. While this may be because magickal and mundane […]