By Frater Barrabbas Tiresius
[Snip] Believe it or not, I once heard someone complain to a group of pagans that every full moon was practically the same, and that the monthly full moon rites that this person’s coven engaged in were boring and repetitious. When I heard this complaint, I was completely astonished! Obviously this . . . → Read More: Lunar Mysteries and the Art of Moon Magick – Part 1
We have discussed the calling and uses of familiars — both corporeal and incorporeal — before, but there is another kind of familiar that bridges the gap between the two forms. This is the ancient magical talisman known as the alraun.
The alraun is a root that has formed in a roughly human . . . → Read More: The Alraun
Reviewed by Peter Rogerson
Dr. Maxwell-Stuart here traces the history of poltergeists, or at least poltergeist phenomena from early Christian times to the present. The largest portion of the book deals with the history before the 19th century, and thus before the social construction of the concept of ‘poltergeist’. Over periods of time those phenomena . . . → Read More: Poltergeists, by P. G. Maxwell-Stuart