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Approaching Lilith: A magick of obsession
Lilith will not be tamed. Those who seek to make contact with her will inevitably encounter one of her many children first.
Bed magick: Low-energy spells for the chronically ill
Magical practice need not be something that requires the regalia of high ceremonial magick. We do not need to don floor-length robes and lay...
Secret Body, by Jeffrey J. Kripal
Secret Body explores mysticism, paranormal experiences, and the nature of being, all while challenging entrenched positions taken up by those who seek to either defend or debunk esotericism.
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.
Kink Magic, by Taylor Ellwood and Lupa
In Kink Magic: Sex Magic Beyond Vanilla, Taylor Ellwood and Lupa magick and kinky sex, and present a perspective on the topic that is the right mix of serious and light-hearted.
Sex, Sorcery, and Spirit, by Jason Miller
Sex, Sorcery, and Spirit is good if you’re curious about working with sex magick, and are looking for a practical step by step guide for how to get started.
Magia Sexualis, by Paschal Beverly Randolph
Magia Sexualis is essential reading for anyone interested in the history and development of sex magick.
The Sacred Rite of Magical Love, by Maria de Naglowska
The Sacred Rite of Magical Love is another fascinating addition to Maria de Naglowska's body of work.
A chat with Jason Miller about sex magick
Good sex is this immensely powerful, primordial experience that hits us on all the levels, says Jason Miller.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day
With Valentine's Day coming (ahem), and so many posts about love and sex magick in our vast archives, I thought I'd highlight a few of the best.
All Acts of Love and Pleasure, by Yvonne Aburrow
Can Wicca be inclusive toward queer identities and sexuality? The answer, to my pleasant surprise, is yes.
Honouring queer and nonbinary forms of nature
A queer Pagan seeks a form of nature worship they could relate to, and finds it as well as a greater sense of belonging.