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Alhambra, photo by charlemagne

How an Arab witch honours and contacts his ancestors

I have no control over who my ancestors were and what they thought, I do have control over myself. I ask permission to do things differently.
Trunk with thorns, photo by Vera Kratochvil

Understanding Lilith: From first human to first monster

There is a stigma associated with seeking out and approaching Lilith. The magical community suggests working with her is unbecoming.
Angels for Beginners, by Richard Webster

Angels for Beginners, by Richard Webster

When I took up Angels for Beginners, I was experiencing a difficult time in my life and though I am a sceptic and non-believer, I was determined to be open to what Richard Webster -- or what my guardian angel (if he or she existed) -- had to offer.
Brandy Williams, detail

Brandy Williams on gender, race, and classism

Donyae Coles sat down and chatted with Brandy Williams to learn more about her history and outlook on the issues in magick spaces.
Yasmin Henkesh

Trance Dancing with the Jinn, by Yasmin Henkesh

Yasmin Henkesh’s Trance Dancing with the Jinn added a new spark to my autodidactic practice, while being clear and detailed enough for many novice dancers.
The Soul of Ancient Egypt: Restoring the Spiritual Engine of the World, by Robert Bauval

The Soul of Ancient Egypt, by Robert Bauval and Ahmed Osman

A fascinating read, The Soul of Ancient Egypt would be excellent for anyone interested in history, specifically in the ways regions are shaped.
Dusk at the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque in Brunei on the eve of Ramadan, photo by tylerdurden1

Initiation and Islamic gnosis

Islamic gnosis is one of the paths of worship, a path based on knowledge combined with love, rather than fear.
Hiking, photo by True New Zealand Adventure

How to plan a pilgrimage

In this technological age, we can travel anywhere in relative ease and comfort. For a pilgrimage, the journey is as important as the destination.
Red Angel, photo by Lawrence OP

The Book of Enoch the Prophet, translated by R. H. Charles

The Charles translation, originally published in 1912, is still considered "the standard English version of The Book of Enoch.

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