How to make Four Thieves Vinegar and its magical uses. For more, see “Four Thieves: From medicine to magick” by Anie Savino.
Plant magick for Lughnasadh.
On using rose water in magick.
A sigil to prevent burnout? Yes, please!
Michelle Belanger on the radical magick of inclusion.
If you find a doll in a public place, how do you know if it’s lost or… cursed?
A petition to encourage the BBC to include more Pagan voices.
The Pegasus in myth.
Solitary on Lughnasadh? Here are some suggestions. We’ve got a few more with “Get into the spirit of Lughnasadh and the second half of summer.”
On engaging with nature. For more, see “Natural magick: Remembering our connection to the world” by Chrysanthemum White Alder and “Deepen your connection to the land throughout the Wheel of the Year” by Emma Kathryn.
Paganism has a lot of in-terms related to the word itself, and John Beckett offers a breakdown of some of them.
How do we respond to oppression in our communities? For example, see “Racism in magical communities” by Donyae Coles, and “Canadian Pagans taking a stand against bigotry and intolerance” by Jade Pichette.
London’s Tate Gallery will host an exhibition of William Blake’s work from 11 September 2019 to 2 February 2020. Planning a trip? Let us know. We’d love for you to cover it for Spiral Nature Magazine.
An interview with Mark Stavish about his most recent book, Egregores: The Occult Entities That Watch Over Human Destiny.
Deconstructing Gurdjieff: Biography of a Spiritual Magician reviewed. Also see Nimue Brown’s review of Deconstructing Gurdjieff.
A review of Doctor Faust’s Mightiest Sea-Spirit.
A review of The Secrets of Solomon.
Calls for submission
’80s She-Ra was amazing, and I’m looking forward to the Netflix reboot.