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It is hard to deny the influence Watts' legacy has contributed to expanding the consciousness of western culture. The Collected Letters of Alan Watts provides a lens for the reader to understand Watts as the man he truly was -- a man on a wild, exciting, and spiritual journey through life.
Love and making love are deep mysteries, as is spirituality, and the intersection of these experiences of Margot Anand’s life begins her memoir, Love, Sex, and Awakening.
I enjoyed Deconstructing Gurdjieff most when the author, Tobias Churton, speculated about events and circumstances surrounding Gurdjieff's life.
Crowley: A Beginner's Guide offers a whirlwind tour through Aleister Crowley’s greatest hits, misses, and miscellany.
Tobias Churton's Jerusalem! explores the life and wild genius of William Blake.
Christena Linka has been working as a psychic for more than 45 years, and learned to read tea leaves and playing cards at the age of 15.
Merlin Stone Remembered memorializes the woman who was one of the driving forces behind the widespread interest in the history of ancient goddesses.
Lupa has been making art out of hide and bone for nearly 20 years, and her latest project is The Tarot of Bones: A Natural History Divination Set.
Yvonne Aburrow hopes that Wicca will become more inclusive of people with disabilities, people of colour, and gender and sexual diversity.
Our August poll tested your knowledge of Pamela Colman Smith (1878-1951).
Even if you think you know everything about the relationship between the "real world" and the "magickal world" I think you will find this book interesting.
Dave was both a scholar and a practitioner of the occult, and was a founding editor of The Journal for the Academic Study of Magic, co-editor of Ten Years of Triumph of the Moon (with Dave Green).