Magick Archive

The Inner Light, by P.T. Mistlberger

By Gesigewigu's
The Inner Light seeks to blend theory and practice, history and method.

Crafting a tarot wreath

By Tabitha Dial
Crafting a tarot wreath may be treated as a meditative activity for those learning

Linkage: Hugs, Babalon, and weird cemeteries

By Spiral Nature
Magick Feeling down? How 'bout a big hug? In the tarot, the Death card

Limping towards heaven: Walking pathway 25, Samekh

By J Simpson
Walking pathway 25 confirmed for me that magick works, and it has consequences.

Linkage: Death, pop culture, and literary monsters

By Spiral Nature
Thanks to technology, are we all wizards now?

Wiccecraeft, by Sinead Spearing

By Mike Gleason
The title, “Wiccecraeft,” is bound to both confuse people -- did the author mean

An introduction to writing tarot poetry

By Tabitha Dial
The act of writing tarot poetry asks poets to find words to connect in

The Esoteric Secrets of Surrealism, by Patrick Lepetit

By J Simpson
The Esoteric Secrets of Surrealism symbolizes a reuniting of art, science, and mysticism: the

Grimoire of the Thorn-Blooded Witch, by Raven Grimassi

By Nicole Rain Sellers
Grimoire of the Thorn-Blooded Witch offers the magickal keys to accessing the spirits of

Old World Witchcraft, by Raven Grimassi

By Mike Gleason
In Old World Witchcraft Grimassi is presenting his take on the argument that witchcraft

Linkage: Tulpas, ethereal muscles and neo-Neolithic long barrows

By Spiral Nature
Love or hate the terminating "k," it sure does make searching for magick a

How do you find a teacher?

By Spiral Nature
Finding a teacher can be tough, especially the right teacher. You've taken the first