On ritual tools and worship.
Improve your tarot reading with crystals.
Synchronicity and chaos magick.
On creating your own personal guide for bone reading.
Necrourgy seeks to work with both the energies of the dead and the memetic concept of death as a social force. Intruiged? Check out Vulpes Chaote for more.
Scott Stenwick on performing the Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram.
An account of learning to scry.
Creating herb-infused salts.
Tarot spreads aren’t set in stone — you can modify them to suit your needs.
With candle magick, size can matter.
Celebrating the Wheel of the Year in Japan.
On spirit work and getting right with your body.
The angry dead.
Vivianne Crowley on eutierria.
Fairy rings might be something worth exploring.
A brief run-down of two types of offerings, and what they might encompass.
Nimue Brown on rethinking nematon space.
Devotion doesn’t need to be complicated.
What are the ethical considerations involved in bringing a little known god to light?
On creating ecologically-friendly shrines.
Dr. Joseph Lisiewski has passed.
An interview with Pete Ryland Shoda III, winner of the Michigan Pagan Scholarship Fund for high school seniors.
Paracelsus as rebel.
The House of Bast art studio is having an open house this weekend in Denver, Colorado from 23-24 July 2016.
A Scottish archaeological dig brings light to the fate of those persecuted as witches in the 16th century.
A review of Runes, Plain and Simple.
The Gaian Tarot reviewed.
A review of Understanding the Signs.
Some thoughts on C is for Cthulhu.
Four reviews of recent publications from Editions du Monolithe.
Calls for submission
A conference on cursing will take place on 6 May 2017, and the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Cornwall, England is looking for abstracts. Deadline: 1 October 2016.
David Suhor from the Satanic Temple invokes Satan at a city council meeting after several minutes of protester disruption from Christians on 14 July 2016 in the US.