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The Saints and Mystic Reading Cards by Andres Engracia prompted the most uncanny experiences I’ve ever had with a deck thus far.
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.
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.
I find the act of reading poetry to be similar to the act of reading tarot because of how both use symbols, metaphor, archetypes, and so much more.
The Kabbalistic Mirror of Genesis offers a unique perspective, and presents kabbalah in a nondualistic and nontheistic fashion.
Tobias Churton's Jerusalem! explores the life and wild genius of William Blake.
The Infinity Tarot is an Italian-designed tarot deck, inspired by these words of mystic poet William Blake.
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.
As an academic resource of William Blake’s sexual spiritual tradition this is an excellent book well worth the read.
William Blake's Sexual Path to Spiritual Vision provides a large amount of background data provided on the subject of 18th and 19th century esoterica.
A servitor is generally considered to be a part of the personality of the magician that has been severed from themselves.
Sigils are magical spells developed and activated to achieve a specific, fairly well defined and often limited end.