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Witchcraft deemed relevant to the masses. Obvies.

The alfar are a reality for many, but how that works is often misunderstood.

What do faeries eat?

More from Scott Stenwick on magical models.

Contrasting an initiation into Freemasonry with an initiation into chaos witchcraft.

An analysis of the pentacle of Jupiter.

Magical insights gleaned from hanging out with kids.

What makes a feminist tarot? See also, “She is Sitting in the Night: Thea’s Tarot is really gay.”

Self-discovery and identifying as a witch.

Reading tarot intuitively comes with its own set of challenges.

Benebell Wen on shadow work with tarot and oracle decks.

A tarot spread for insight into a current soul lesson.

Trouble-shooting sigil work.

Fear and worry in bone divination.

Advice on creating a meaningful public ritual.

On worm magick.

Beth Maiden on where to start if you’re a tarot newbie.

Spirituality

Some 21st century lessons from the Dagda.

On gender in Heathenry.

On the process of apotheosis in Greek narratives.

Traditions to observe for the autumnal equinox.

On suicide and Hellenismos.

A list of correspondences for Mabon.

Not all Heathenry is racist.

Occulture

The Temple of Aeolus at Kew Gardens in London.

Don’t piss off Iceland’s elves.

Thomas F. Bertonneau on the films of Christopher Mihm. See also, “Iconic occult documentaries of the ’70s.”

On Berlin and the dead.

The Hood Witch suggests 10 ways you can help the Standing Rock Sioux fight the Dakota Access Pipeline.

On art, spirituality, and spiritual art.

Jason Newman spent 22 years inside an LA cult, and created a documentary of his experience, Holy Hell.

London gets a new occult-themed dance club, Coven.

Children, magick, and fear.

A 2,100 year old statue of Cybele has been unearthed in northwestern Turkey.

Reviews

The Infernal Dictionary reviewed.

A review of A Year at Stonehenge.

Grandmother Fish reviewed, briefly.

A review of Beyond the Robot: The Life and Work of Colin Wilson.

My Name is Medusa reviewed.

A review of The Big Book of Practical Spells. Head’s up: Our review of this book will be published on Hallowe’en. Stay tuned.

Calls for submission

Gods & Radicals has put out a call for submissions for the third issue of Beautiful Resistance. Deadline: 1 November 2016.

Bonus linkage

In other news, the magician Alan Moore is retiring from comics.

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  1. Hey, folks; I signed up to receive all your newsletters and such, but I still can’t find anywhere that explains the criteria for link submissions. Can you please point me in the right direction? Thanks :)

    • Hi James,

      Thanks for getting in touch!

      The only real criteria is that it be relevant to our readers, and not spammy. If you’ve written a great piece, or run across someone else who has, feel free to send it along.

      Thanks for bringing this to my attention though. I should probably include some guidelines on how to submit items for linkage. I love receiving reader submissions, and I love supporting our community in whatever ways I can.

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      • Hi, Psyche! That’s kinda-sorta the problem: *where* do I send it? I want to make sure I’m respecting everybody’s time and not sending yet-another-email to somebody who’s going to have to forward it to somebody else. Sorry if I’m failing at internetz tonight, but I’m having a difficult navigating this process :(

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