By James West
You’ve heard it before: politicians say they’d love to take action against climate change, but they’re reeling from sticker shock. Today, a new report from the UK’s leading climate change watchdog refutes this oft-cited argument that climate action will herald economic Armageddon.
The Committee on Climate Change report, with the hairy-sounding title . . . → Read More: Stopping Climate Change Is Much Cheaper Than You Think
By Athmey M. Richter
Alfred Lord Tennyson’s 1842 poem, The Lady of Shalott creatively manufactured one of the most influential witch figures of the second half of the last millennium. A combination of the witches of Avalon from the medieval Arthurian sagas and Edmund Spencer’s Faerie Queen, the unnamed Lady of Shalott is both and . . . → Read More: Literary Witches: The Lady of Shalott
By Helen Riding
[Snip] What exactly are the runes?
The word “rune” means “secret” or “mystery”, as does the word “arcanum” relating to the cards of a Tarot deck (plural “arcana”).
The runes are letters, symbols and sounds of an ancient Norse alphabet. Unlike the letters of the alphabet we use today, each rune is . . . → Read More: Taking up the runes
Reviewed by Peregrin
I do not generally discuss Enochian matters in public. There are two reasons for this. Firstly, one is apt to find one self in the midst of heated discussions between intelligent, young male magicians centred on the minutiae of a how a particular letter should be vocalised. In his excellent and very . . . → Read More: Enochian Magic in Theory, by Dean F. Wilson