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The L.O.A., Magick, and Love Magick: Part II

My previous post on this subject has kicked up a storm on the internet. I’ve received numerous emails and comments—often angry complaints—about what I wrote. Basically, they come down to this: how dare I suggest that a person change in order to attract a partner. It’s fake. It’s not being yourself.Kyle wrote (see comment #3 […]

Farewell, Isaac

  Today we mark the passing of a keen wit and prolific author, Isaac Bonewits. It is very sad and hard to lose a talent like his, but luckily his words will live on through the many books that he published, serving as a great asset to future generations. Here is the full obituary that his […]

Cold Fusion, Pseudo-Skepticism, and Magick

On Roy Stemman’s Paranormal Review blog there is a fascinating article on cold fusion. Cold fusion is the idea of creating nuclear fusion—where multiple atomic nuclei join together to form a single heavier nucleus—at or near room temperature. A side effect of this is a massive release of energy. Regular fusion, the physical source of […]

Why Magick Fails; A Website; MM news!

Actually, there are many reasons why magick fails. The primary cause of most magickal failures, however, is not understanding that magick is, in part, a science. Rituals, spells, and all forms of magick are basically scientific experiments. As you did (or do) in high school, you can simply repeat experiments from a text book and […]

Reading Between the Lines

Magick is not something taught in school. All forms of magick are foreign to most people’s daily lives. Certainly there are some magickal practices that have filtered into daily life (often in partial or incorrect form and sometimes referred to as superstitions), but for the most part magick is something unique, special, and unusual. What […]

Vibration, Magick, and the Art of Shaving

I really don’t like shaving, but I like the feeling of a smooth face, so I do it. I’ve tried about every shaver, manual and electric. They each seem to do a good job in certain areas and have problems with others. In a nearby shopping mall there is a store just for shaving products, […]

Paths on the Tree of Life & The Cover Revealed!

One of the things that has always intrigued me about the Kabalah is the focus by many Kabalists on the Sephiroht of the famous symbolic image, the Tree of Life. The Sephiroht (the ten spheres shown in the image of the Tree below) are less than 1/3 of the 32 aspects of the Tree, the others being […]

Magic Vs. Magick

Most people reading this will know that adding the “k” to “magic” is not merely an affectation. Rather, it is a way to discriminate between the entertainment known for pulling rabbits out of hats (magic) and techniques for harnessing internal and external energies that will help us change ourselves and our environment (magick). I like […]

How to Build an Altar: Part 1

Most descriptions of magickal altars describe what goes on them. They advise that you use a box, a small table, or just about anything, then cover it with a cloth and put all of your ritual items on it. The ceremonial magick altar is different. Often, it will have no cloth cover at all. The […]

Do you do magic for the mundane?

Last week I was talking with a writer who has spent a lot of time with Pagans, and some of his closest friends are Pagans, but he is not a Pagan himself. We got to talking about people who work magic, and his main question was, “If these witches and magicians are so great, how […]