By Jason Palmer
[Snip] Analyses of pollen and spores and the remains of tiny creatures have given a climatic picture of the early Eocene period, about 53 million years ago.
The study in Nature suggests Antarctic winter temperatures exceeded 10C, while summers may have reached 25C.
Better knowledge of past “greenhouse” conditions will enhance guesses . . . → Read More: Palm trees ‘grew on Antarctica’
By Jason Mankey
When people ask me to describe Paganism I often use the term “polytheism.” Even while saying it I know that what’s coming out of my mouth is a half-truth. Not all Pagans are polytheists; I know a good many atheist Pagans, and there are a lot of Pagans who believe that all . . . → Read More: Paganism with a side of Polytheism
By Frater Barrabbas Tiresius
Recently, a friend of mine complained to me that almost all of my writings assume that a person who is going to practice ritual magick must have at their disposal a rather large separate room for that activity. In order to work the kind of ritual magick that I am proposing . . . → Read More: Temple Architecture – Why and Wherefore – Part 1
Six Steps to Magical Hygiene
By Tess Whitehurst
As magical practitioners, we walk between the worlds of form and spirit. We open ourselves up to the subtle realms, and become aware of the play of energy on a deep level. We consciously choose to create positive change in the world and in our lives, and . . . → Read More: Keep Yourself Safe, Sane and Centered