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Alejandro Jodorowsky on tarot as synthetic psychoanalysis.

An introduction to the 30 aires.

Ok, I guess magick is kind of a weird thing to do.

And magick isn’t for everyone.

Creating and divining with a charm-casting oracle.

The Ghetto Tarot is a creative photo series by documentary photographer Alice Smeets portraying a group of Haitian artists known as Atiz Rezistans in tableauxs reminiscent of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot. And it’s amazing.

On angelic ritual possession.

Nick Farrell’s conservative “tips” for young occultists is getting a lot of flack for being condescending. No kidding.

Technomagick is still a thing.

A video guide to making a protective window box. A very neat idea.

Using tarot for ancestor work.


An interview with Amythyst Raine-Hatayama about grey witchcraft.

On finding your mythic self.

Five lesser-known eastern mystics.

Buddhism, like most faiths, has a complicated relationship with money. As Brad Warner asks, “If there is “bad karma” associated with handling money, how is it better for a monk to ask someone else to take on that burden for him?”

Covens and occult groups fail all the time. Here are a few reasons why.


Does the Golden Dawn have an official policy on marijuana use?

I don’t know that these 10 teachings are all “unsettling” — and plenty more that were have been left out — but here’s the latest listicle about Aleister Crowley anyway.

It takes a lot of time, effort, and money to produce a single book. Sable Aradia breaks it down for readers here and here.

Two more comic book guides from the folks at Ultraculture: The Psychonaut Field Manual, Part II (see Part I here), and The Comic Bardo Thodol.


Essential Guide to Possession, Depossession & Divine Relationships reviewed.

A review of The Journey into Spirit. (See our review here.)

Letters of Light: The Magical Letters of William G. Gray to Alan Richardson reviewed.

A review of Liber vel Bogus: The Real Confession of Aleister Crowley. Bonus points for the review’s title, “Psychopathia Metrosexualis.”

An insightful review of The Kuan Yin Oracle Deck from Benebell Wen.