Aleister Crowley a witch, and Gerald Gardner in the OTO.
Put your electronic passwords to good use.
On fundamentalism in the Golden Dawn.
Psychic censor, lust for result — whatever you choose to call it — in order to get anything done, you’ve got to overcome it.
Margot Adler (1946-2014) has died. The Wild Hunt has a lovely tribute.
Taking Refuge in Buddhism and Thelema.
You’ve already read Jarred Triskelion’s post on how to plan a pilgrimage, and here are a few ideas about how you can maintain your practice while you’re away.
A new interview with Pagan author and retired police officer Kerr Cuhulain.
Haiti doesn’t have a Vodou problem, it has a Christianity problem.
It’s been a long while since I’ve been to a Pagan pub moot, but there used to be half a dozen different moots running in Toronto. Christina Harrington looks at the decline of Pagan pub moots in London. Are they endangered? Do you go to moots in your city?
Medieval Pagan graffiti in the UK.
Everything old is new age again.
Skyclad doesn’t work for all people in all situations, Sarah Thompson on going groundclad.
A Cthulhu-based cryptocurrency? Sure, why not.
Mythology as soul mirror.
Are you a mystic superhero? Maybe.
Reading Harry Potter makes you a better person.
A review of a new anthology on the divine feminine, titled Stepping Into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses.
Dan Harms reviews Magic and Masculinity: Ritual Magic and Gender in the Early Modern Era.
A film review of the new biopic, Aleister Crowley: Legend of the Beast.
Peter J Carroll’s The Apophenion reviewed.
Calls for submission
Avalonia Books is calling for papers for The Bosom of Isis, an anthology exploring the history, myths, worship and resurgence of the goddess Isis. The deadline for contributions of essays and artwork is September 19, 2014.