The value of being a self-taught mage.
On banishing, exorcising, and sensible spirit care.
Fair warning, the future of religion is bleak, according to Daniel C Dennett.
Great advice for those looking to join a coven. Much of it could also apply to occult groups as well.
Is contemporary Paganism a baby, a toddler, an adolescent, or something else? And what does that mean?
Building a vocabulary of spiritual practice, parts I and II.
Once upon a time, 500 previously unseen fairy tales have been found in Germany.
After 2,500 years, the three-headed Serpent Column, a bronze pillar built in Delphi to commemorate those who had fought against the Persian Empire in the Battle of Plataea in 470 BCE, is returning home.
The art of H R Giger. Also, elsewhere, of Austin Osman Spare.
Isolated people in Sweden only stopped using runes 100 years ago.
A conversation with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.
A Seussian book on Cthulhu? Take my money, please.
They say a witch’s power is in her long, wild hair.
I’ve hosted more than my fair share of dinner parties, and this advice is pretty solid.
A 2,300 year old Mayan pyramid has been bulldozed by a construction firm in Belize.
Benebell Wen reviews The Haindl Tarot.
A review of a DVD of The Magick of Solomon.
Calls for submission
Academic papers requested for The Occult Imagination in Britain, 1875-1947, to be edited by Dr Christine Ferguson and Dr Andrew Radford of the University of Glasgow. Deadline: 1 June 2015 (abstracts).