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The Dumb Supper is a practice in which the spirit of a departed loved one is formally invited to join a silent meal in their honour.
Spirit bottles are a must for anyone serious about working with spirits. They are easy to make and needn't be extravagant.
Being open to nontraditional symbolism in tea leaf reading doesn’t just make for a fun experience, it helps you find meaning.
Original Magic: Rituals and Initiations of the Persian Magi by Stephen E. Flowers shares the practice of Zoroastrianism.
One of the first things you learn about casting spells is that you must have the will to manifest your desires, and you must...
The mystery of Madame Anne Marie Lenormand and the Lenormand cards is a legend many cartomancers are familiar with. However, she remains a relatively...
Tattoos are more than body art, they can be powerful magical tools. Tattoo magick can grant protection, enhance fertility, and more.
Mugwort has many practical applications. To many it is a weed, but to those with a cunning eye, it can be so much more.
As an artist, it can be frustrating when creativity eludes you. However, as a witch you can always work a little creative magick.
Lilith will not be tamed. Those who seek to make contact with her will inevitably encounter one of her many children first.
Failure is a sign of progress. When we fail, we know we have met the boundaries of our abilities. This is where the work begins.
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.