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Geomantic Divination

In recent days I’ve been thinking a lot about alternative forms of divination. Most of you reading this are familiar with Tarot and astrology. Some of you may also be familiar with how to use runes, palmistry or ways to “read” a crystal ball. There are, however, some lesser-known forms of divination that are every […]

Six Items of Interest for the New Year

With the new year comes lots of new things. I’d like to draw some of them to your attention and also ask you to share something with readers… 1st Up: Prediction Contest Yep. I’m going to be announcing this for some time to come. In my last blog post I announced a prediction contest. It’s […]

The Middle Pillar: Part 1—Why It Matters

Over a year ago I started an eight-part series on the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram or LBRP. To the best of my knowledge it’s still the most complete explanation of the ritual available on the web, although I do imagine some people may have put more of a focus on different sections. You […]

Wands, Daggers, & Chalices: Wow! or meh?

The tools of magick—wands, chalices, robes, altars, pentacles and more—can be daunting to an aspiring magician. If you read some books such as those involved with Solomonic magick or Enochian magick, these are just the beginning tools. If all you want to do is perform a few spells or begin to move along on your […]

Tarot—Pips or Pics?

Most people now accept that the fact that the Tarot cards do not go back to ancient Egypt, Atlantis, or some other source from thousands of years ago. Most knowledgeable Tarot researchers also acknowledge that the Tarot didn’t evolve out of the Kabalah. In fact, the associations of the Kabalistic Tree of Life came long […]

“Help me, Obi Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.”

Do you remember the first time you heard that line? I do. There had been an enormous line around the theater in San Diego. A friend and I walked to the front of the line and asked if there were any tickets left for the current show. “Only in the front row,” we were told. […]

A New Blog You Should Follow

I have had the honor and privilege of knowing Chick and Sandra Tabatha Cicero for many years. The Ciceros They refer to themselves as “Senior Adepts of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn,” which is sort of like Johnny Depp calling himself just a guitar player (he does play guitar, but that’s not his […]

Modern Magick Review

I’ve been receiving lots of wonderful feedback on the new edition of Modern Magick. I’m grateful for all feedback. I’d like to mention one review that appeared in one of my favorite e-zines, “Hermetic Virtues.” It appears in their latest issue (Volume 4 #4) along with articles on Westcott’s previously unpublished versions of the Enochian […]

Experience of Initiation

Initiation of an apprentice Freemason around 1800. This engraving is based on that of Gabanon on the same subject dated 1745. The costumes of the participants are changed to the English fashion at the start of the 19th century and the engraving is colored, but otherwise is that of 1745. Initiation In the Western Mystical […]

Hot Reading for a Cool Winter

Winter has started here on the Sea of Trees in Southern California. We’ve had the heaviest rainfall in a decade and it’s been quite cold (for us), dipping down below freezing. So I’ve got the heater on and I’ve been enjoying a lot of great reading with some fairly recent books. I’d like to share […]