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Robert Moss’s latest book Mysterious Realities: A Dream Traveler’s Tale from the Imaginal Realm opened a doorway for further speculation.
Jason Louv's new book, John Dee and the Empire of Angels: Enochain Magick and the Occult Roots of the Modern World, is a departure from his previous works.
I enjoyed Deconstructing Gurdjieff most when the author, Tobias Churton, speculated about events and circumstances surrounding Gurdjieff's life.
Pan is much, much more that meets the eye, and Melusine Draco brings him to life, making the reader feel a close connection with him.
Stars and Stones looks to give readers a practical guide on using gems and metals to work on astrological issues revealed through their horoscope.
Political magick has been used as a form of protest for centuries. Read about these historical moments to see how we can use these lessons today.
Whether you're a newcomer to the site, a seasoned occultnik or someone who's curious and just testing the waters, this occultnik primer is for you.
Crowley: A Beginner's Guide offers a whirlwind tour through Aleister Crowley’s greatest hits, misses, and miscellany.
The word "occultnik" is a portmanteau of "occult," which means hidden, and the suffix "-nik," which denotes an affiliation with a given group.
The Great Work of the Flesh provides a survey of practices from a variety of sources on sexual magick, and outlines many techniques.
The exhibition Language of the Birds manages the seemingly impossible task of representing the breadth of occult art in the past century.
In everyday language, "will" suffers from semantic overload.