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The Law of Three: A weakening egregore?
Most people that work magick have heard the admonishment. “Before you cast that spell, remember the Law...
Ethics in witchcraft: Where do you fall?
Ethics: it can be a tinderbox subject in any situation, but within the spheres of witchcraft and Paganism, there always seems to be drama.
The Wedding Portrait, by Innosanto Nagara
Innosanto Nagara latest book The Wedding Portrait teaches children about the necessity of civil disobedience in the face of injustice.
Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up, by Lupa
Nature Spirituality from the Ground Up offers many tools for reconnection and "re-wilding" yourself, no matter where you live.
Yoga Morality, by Georg Feuerstein
Yoga Morality: Ancient Teachings at a Time of Global Crisis, by Georg Feuerstein Hohm Press, 1890772666, 292 pp. (incl. bibliography and index), 2007 "The idea...
Review: The Heretic’s Guide to Thelema, by Gerald del Campo
The Heretic's Guide to Thelema, by Gerald del Campo Megalithica Books, 9781905713189, 434 pp. (incl. bibliography and recommended reading), 2008 "If a Holy Book were...
The History of British Magick After Crowley, by Dave Evans
With The History of British Magick After Crowley Dave Evans has produced a useful source book for students of both magick and history.
Ethics: More than just right and wrong
It is not an uncommon incident to hear a person attempt to justify their actions with, "But I was drunk..."
Review: Before You Cast a Spell, by Carl McColman
Before You Cast a Spell: Understanding the Power of Magic, by Carl McColman New Page Books, 1564147169, 143 pp. (+ appendices & index), 2004 I've read...
The Little Book of Vegan Poems, by Benjamin Zephaniah
Aimed at both children and adults, it begins with a compilation of definitions from various dictionaries and encyclopedias before moving into the poetry.
That old black magick: getting specific about magical ethics
Sometimes a cliche just wears out. It loses meaning or, worse, begins to say things we never meant. I think it's time to retire...
Any philosophy must, as a matter of course, at least imply a code of moral ethics for its followers to espouse.
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