The ancient Egyptians had a different spin on prosperity, and it requires a change in thinking. Prosperity was not individual, though they did have upper and lower classes. Prosperity was agriculturally-based, so if the crops thrived, everyone benefited; if they failed, it affected everyone. Knowing this, how can a modern practitioner approach Egyptian prosperity magic? Claudia Dillaire, author of Egyptian Prosperity Magic, explains.
Alan Richardson and the late Billie Walker-John co-wrote The Inner Guide to Egypt with the help of an entity from the inner planes known as Kha'm-uas. Who exactly is this entity? What is this entity? How did the same entity appear to both someone in the South West of England and someone in sunny California? Co-author Alan Richardson explains.
The Magic of Tutankhamun The tomb of Tutankhamun lay undisturbed in Upper Egypt’s Valley of the Kings through many centuries, from the end of the 18th Dynasty (BCE 1572-1315) to the twentieth century, when it was uncovered by ...
Mysterious, beckoning, filled with shadows and whispers of ancient magic, Egypt plays an unusual role in the Western psyche. It is both a real place with a historical penchant for magic and mysticism as well as a symbolic place upon which we impose ...
Our new book, Egyptian Paganism for Beginners, has been written to address the need for a book which would introduce newcomers to this form of Paganism with some basic practices for daily devotions, while at the same time giving some insight into ...