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A Valuable, But Oft’ Forgotten Resource

The other day I was at a friend’s house and we began talking about books. I have several thousand books on various occult topics. Some are very old. Others are quite new. My friend and I both knew of people who had well over ten thousand books, although most were fiction, especially fantasy or science […]

Curiouser and Curiouser

She ate a little bit, and said anxiously to herself, “Which way? Which way,” holding her hand on top of her head to feel which way it was growing, and she was quite surprised to find that she remained the same size: to be sure, this generally happens when one eats cake, but Alice had […]

The “Forbidden” Magick

For about two years I worked full time in the computer industry. I worked in quality assurance for two computer game companies (including Disney Interactive) and then taught basic computer operation, graphics and 3D animation at USC. Later, I returned to QA (quality assurance) at another company and also did some customer support. When you […]

The Phoenix Temple, Tantra, and Sacred Sexuality

The Great and Powerful Oom As most of you know, I am very interested in the subjects of Tantra, sacred sexuality, and sex magick. I discuss these subjects in parts of my¬†Modern Magick and, of course, in my¬†Modern Sex Magick. Although Tantra is quite old, it’s introduction in the U.S. is relatively recent. In fact, […]

Hinduism and the Nature of Paganism

One of my favorite blogs to follow is Jason Pitzi-Waters’¬†The Wild Hunt. It’s one of the best blogs focusing on Paganism and magick on all of the internet. In a¬†recent post, he describes an article discussing how some younger American Hindus are attempting to create a uniquely American version of Hinduism. He mentions the¬†Hindu American […]

Report on Pantheacon

This was one of the best Pantheacon events ever. I heard estimates of between 2,500 and 3,000 people in attendance. Here is my experience… First, I had been quite sick. My cold was primarily coughing. No fever. No nausea. But for someone who was going to be speaking, this was a disaster. Plus, coughing is […]

The New Blood Libel

In the early days of Christianity, the Romans accused Christians of cannibalism. The early Christians (like contemporary Roman Catholics) believe in transubstantiation, the idea that the wine and bread of the eucharist actually turn into the blood and flesh of their deity, Jesus Christ. Since Jesus was also a man, it followed that the Christians […]