The Western Mystery Tradition, Western esotericism, occultism — what are all of these things, and why are so many people talking about them? It can be tough to wrap your head around how much of our culture is steeped in ideas we call occult. Everything from religion to pop culture to (gasp!) science are heavily… Read more »
When a person gets involved in ritual magic, they probably aren’t prepared for the amount of artwork they need to create. Wands, altars, and magical tools and weapons all need to be created, typically by hand.
I came back from Mount Hood to find “Pandemonium: A Discordant Concordance of Diverse Spirit Catalogues” by JSK waiting for me. Also, it’s wicked hot and kind of smokey so I’m drinking a IPA from Barrelhouse. #magic #occult #jsk #Arnemancy #pdxheatwave via Instagram
Lately I’ve been trying out some dream magic from the Greek Magical Papyri (PGM). The PGM is a collection of Greco-Egyptian texts from northern Egypt in late antiquity, dating from 2nd century BCE to the 5th century CE. They describe a staggering array of ancient religious and magical practices, and were originally written in Greek,… Read more »
If you’re working with grimoires, this book is a must-have! It’s a crucial bridge between the complexities of Solomonic magic and the practical stuff that our predecessors were working. “Secrets of Solomon” by Joseph H. Peterson (Twilit Grotto 2018) #magic #occult #witchcraft #grimoire #Arnemancy via Instagram
The Cruzin With Steak podcast is hosted by two super nice guys, Grimsteak and James Cruz. They were kind enough to invite me onto the show, so I’d like to invite you to check out my interview in episode 41!