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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.
Crowley: A Beginner's Guide, by John S Moore

Crowley, by John Moore

Crowley: A Beginner's Guide offers a whirlwind tour through Aleister Crowley’s greatest hits, misses, and miscellany.
The Great Work of the Flesh, by Sarane Alexandrian

Great Work of the Flesh, by Sarane Alexandrian

The Great Work of the Flesh provides a survey of practices from a variety of sources on sexual magick, and outlines many techniques.
Masonic temple, photo by Andy Chase

Did Freemasonry invent modern Paganism?

Freemasonry's influence may have gone largely unacknowledged, though it, too, at times, has existed as a conduit for ideas and traditions.
Disinformation

The Book of Lies, edited by Richard Metzger

The Book of Lies contains everything you need to get caught up on the magical developments of the last 150 years.
Lon Milo DuQuette

Homemade Magick, by Lon Milo DuQuette

Homemade Magick provides the entertaining stories and practical work one comes to expect with Lon Milo DuQuette.

The Weiser Book of Horror and the Occult, edited by Lon Milo DuQuette

The atmosphere alone will make this collection a necessary addition to the supernatural library.
The golden spiral staircase at the AGO, photo by Ian Muttoo

Why I left the OTO

Aleister Crowley was an exceptional magician, and his books remain the best written about practical magick. The Ordo Templi Orientis seemed a likely choice.
Detial from Liber Null, by Peter Carroll

Top 5 chaos magick books

It continues to surprise me how often I am asked for recommendations of chaos magick books.

The element of uncertainty

Uncertainty has come to play a huge role in my life as of late. The whole process entered my awareness during the Plutonica book-club...
Altered States, photo by H Koppdelaney

Words of the magi: An interview with Alan Chapman and Duncan Barford

Alan Chapman and Duncan Barford of The Baptist's Head and Open Enlightenment were kind enough to answer several questions I put to them.
Tarot, photo by Derek Gavey

Top 5 foundational books on tarot

There are five foundational books on tarot that are required reading for the serious tarot enthusiast.
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