The value of being a self-taught mage.
On banishing, exorcising, and sensible spirit care.
Fair warning, the future of religion is bleak, according to Daniel C Dennett.
Great advice for those looking to join a coven. Much of it could also apply to occult groups as well.
Is contemporary Paganism a baby, a toddler, an adolescent, or something else? And what does that mean?
Building a vocabulary of spiritual practice, parts I and II.
Once upon a time, 500 previously unseen fairy tales have been found in Germany.
After 2,500 years, the three-headed Serpent Column, a bronze pillar built in Delphi to commemorate those who had fought against the Persian Empire in the Battle of Plataea in 470 BCE, is returning home.
Occult sculptures made from bones.
The art of H R Giger. Also, elsewhere, of Austin Osman Spare.
Isolated people in Sweden only stopped using runes 100 years ago.
A conversation with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.
A Seussian book on Cthulhu? Take my money, please.
They say a witch’s power is in her long, wild hair.
I’ve hosted more than my fair share of dinner parties, and this advice is pretty solid.
A 2,300 year old Mayan pyramid has been bulldozed by a construction firm in Belize.
Benebell Wen reviews The Haindl Tarot.
A review of a DVD of The Magick of Solomon.
Calls for submission
Academic papers requested for The Occult Imagination in Britain, 1875-1947, to be edited by Dr Christine Ferguson and Dr Andrew Radford of the University of Glasgow. Deadline: 1 June 2015 (abstracts).