Does the thought of explaining black salt to an attractive near stranger in some cafe seem intimidating? Let's face it, some occultists could definitely use a bullet point list of dating advice.
Do you ever see an altar and wonder "What's all that stuff for?". Diamond Daber breaks down each piece on her altar but we can't guarantee you won't still be scratching your head afterward.
OTD is back to profile yet another Goetic spirit. This time it's reader requested King Paimon. So who does Paimon roll with? Who helps out with his event planning? ...and what? He's got a twin sister?
Do we have any obligation to share the world with phantoms? In this installment, our narrator makes a perplexing discovery somewhere between civics and self-awareness.
What can fictional accounts of cocaine orgies from the 70s teach modern day technomancers? Audrey examines the possibilities a good story paired with the right imagery in the context of pop magick.
Kajsa-Stina uses the optical phenomenon of halos to show how natural observation benefits practicing occultists. Who says you can't teach a sundog new tricks?
In our newest series Fr. OTD briefly profiles various fiends, demons, devils and hellhounds found throughout classic occult literature. This week, the 71st Goetic spirit: Dantalion.
In this installment, Yaxel takes three well known esoteric tools and filters them through a chaos magick lens. FYI, it's possible to flip someone off while simultaneously activating a servitor.