Do you have an acquaintance, friend OR relative that is totally witchy yet completely unaware of it? Perhaps even your grandmother could have her own lexicon for things like "banishing or "conjuring"?
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 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.
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.
“Over the hedge and through the tree to the place I wish to be...” In his third installment, Rich details several distinct methods for riding the hedge and offers up some invaluable insights.
In this new series: The Practice, Drew seeks to clarify some of the common misconceptions for the newly practicing occultist. In volume one, we examine what the Law of Attraction entails.
A is for air (the element), B is for Binah and C is for WTF? In the series Liber Chauronniwt, Murphy reconstructs the English alphabet into a compact magician's toolkit, perfect for magic on the go.