The Magician in tarot and what it can mean.
Do tarot cards have core meanings, and if so, how do they carry across various decks?
On sacred geometry with notes towards a “universal temple.”
Sex magick for Atheopagans.
On using bones in animal and ancestor magick.
Notes on purification. On a related note, see “Smudging: How to do it, and how not to do it,” by Michelle Chihacou White Puma Klein-Hass.
Camelia Elias explains why you practice cartomancy.
Starhawk reminds us that Beltane embraces all kinds of love.
More reasons not to use the term “spirit animal” when you’re not Indigenous. See also Donyae Coles’ excellent article, “Not your spirit animal: Cultural appropriation, misinformation, and the Internet.”
On Thallea and Thessilae as liminal gods.
So, you have some gods, now how do you get started with worship? On a related note, you may want to check out “Working with multiple pantheons: A beginner’s guide,” by Donyae Coles for more guidance, if you gods come from differing traditions.
Notes on Walpurgisnacht.
What might animism look like going forward?
Thoughts on temple shrines.
Is it ok to be a Druid while simultaneously adhering to the beliefs of another spiritual tradition?
No, Mary Magdalene was not a sex worker.
Jason Mankey has put together a guide to the Pagan summer festivals in 2018.
An interview with Fonna Seidu on spirituality and representation. I love this so much.
Florence Farr was a fascinating woman, and you should know more about her.
Is there a point to following the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn as Macgregor Mathers left it, or is it better to allow it to change and evolve?
Adam McIlwee on Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, music, and occultism.
The Satanic Temple is preparing a lawsuit against the state of Arkansas for religious discrimination.
An interview with Michael H. Hughes about his latest book, activism, and magick.
Fiona Horne interviewed by Jason Mankey.
Notes on the therapeutic value of art.
Flat Broke with Two Goats reviewed.
A review of Natural Born Shamans.
Key of Rabbi Solomon reviewed.
Naga Magick reviewed.
Calls for submission
Revelore Press has put out a call for papers for Mutations: Art, Consciousness, and the Anthropocene. Deadline: 30 August 2018.
Ok, so a “very angry badger” was behind the closure of Scotland’s historic Craignethan Castle. That’s kind of adorable.