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The Fantastic and Forgotten is a book to tuck into when the weather is pounding at the windows wanting to be let in, or an afternoon curled up a couch.
Tired of wide-eyed warnings against demonology? Even seasoned occultists may look at you like a baby killer if you even mention an interest in demons.
When I first saw Eris Kallisti’s delightfully demonic goetia dolls, I knew I had to contact her.
With Demons And Spirits of the Land: Ancestral Lore And Practices you find is a wealth of historical accounts of mythic figures and their threads throughout medieval literature.
Otherkin are people who consider themselves to be non-human in some way. For some, it’s a spiritual belief and for others metaphor and personal narrative.
From the many years of working with demons, I have learned that they are full of surprises.
Legend has it that the "Testament of Solomon," which contains the original text of the Goetia, was left out of the Bible, because it was not considered to be inspired by Jehovah.
In The Possession of Michael King, things take a turn for the sinister when King tumbles down the rabbit hole, leaving sanity and consensus reality behind.
The highest accolade I can give a book these days is to say reading it has had an actual impact on my magical practice.
Alan Chapman and Duncan Barford of The Baptist's Head and Open Enlightenment were kind enough to answer several questions I put to them.
Publish and be damned they say. I feel a bit like that with my book Kaos Hieroglyphica: Alchemy for the New Aeon. I started...
Defense Against the Dark: A Field Guide to Protecting Yourself from Predatory Spirits, Energy Vampires, and Malevolent Magick, by Emily Carlin New Page Books, 9781601631701,...
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