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They Can’t Hide Forever

Last November, I made a post about Wikipedia. Entitled “Wikipedia’s Dirty Little Secret,” my post had a couple of things to share. My first point is that if you are doing research, Wikipedia is a great place to start your research but a horrible place to end it. Wikipedia had disclaimers hidden away admitting you […]

Wikipedia as a Resource

There are lots of books that can function as powerful resources for magicians, from my own, wide-ranging Modern Magick or The Complete Magicians’ Tables to books going into depth on more specific topics such as Geomancy in Theory & Practice, Hands-On Chaos Magic, or Magickal Self Defense. In my experience, however, many magicians today don’t start […]

Wikipedia’s Dirty Little Secret

Some time ago, a friend of mine, Dr. Matthew James, president of Kona University, told a story about his experience while studying for his PhD. In one class, a student has submitted a paper that included references from Wikipedia. The professor denounced Wikipedia and anyone who used it for a reference, returning the paper to […]

Would You Listen to Someone Who Says Not To Listen to Him?

A little over two years ago I took my Master Practitioner Training in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. The main trainer, Matt James, had just received his doctorate. Some time earlier, he had become the head of a small university in Hawaii, and now he was proud to announce that the university had achieved accreditation, making its degrees as […]