Feeling down? How ’bout a big hug?
In the tarot, the Death card means many things to many people. Barbara Moore has noticed a shift in her understanding of the card.
Jason Miller offers great advice on practicing magick without stuff.
“Raw Power: Witchcraft, Babalon and Female Sexuality” has been archived on Scarlet Imprint’s blog.
17th century “witch marks” discovered under floorboards at Knole in England.
In Pagan and occult circles we hear a lot about cultural appropriation, but what about cultural inappropriation?
Was the myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece based on true events?
A great post on social acceptance and gender variance. (See also this recent post from Deirdre Riley, “God, Goddess, and Other: Fertility faiths and queer identities“.)
More gnostic musings.
Erick DuPree interviews Lou Florez, a spiritual counselor, rootworker, Oshira priest, and, as he puts it, an “all around witchy guy!”
Phil Hine writes about the tantric body-in-practice.
Classically, did anyone ever worship Loki?
The weirdest cemeteries in the world.
Peter Bebergal, author of the new book Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll, was interviewed by Disinfo.
Scottish Urban Myths and Ancient Legends reviewed.
Rhyd Wildermuth reviews Naomi Kline’s latest book, This Changes Everything.
A Kickstarter for jars of sauerkraut called Aleister Krautley has funded. What…?