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The Never Ending Process of Internal Work

By Taylor Ellwood

A lot of the magical work I do and have been doing for the last ten years is focused on internal work. Internal work is a combination of inner alchemical techniques, energy work, meditation, ritual magic, and psychology. The focus of internal work can vary, based on the particular purposes you apply . . . → Read More: The Never Ending Process of Internal Work

Of Wolves And Men: The Berserker And The Vrātya

By Gwendolyn Taunton

Lupine symbolism is said to be one of the defining points of the Indo-European Traditions, and it is hard to cite an Indo-European civilization in which the wolf did not occupy a role of prominence. From the birth of Romulus and Remus and the foundation of Rome through to modern times, the . . . → Read More: Of Wolves And Men: The Berserker And The Vrātya

Introducing: Nyx

By Elani Temperance

[Snip] Nyx (Νυξ) is the deep Night, born from Khaos (Χαος) and the sister-wife of Aither (Αιθηρ, ‘Light’). In Hellenic mythology, Nyx draws a veil of darkness between the shining atmosphere of the aither and the lower air of earth (aer) at set times in the day, bringing night to man. In . . . → Read More: Introducing: Nyx

Ancient Astronomy Lab Discovered In Peruvian Ruins

By Kathleen Caulderwood

Archeologists have stumbled upon a site where ancient people observed the stars thousands of years ago in Peru, a country famous for using drones to help uncover and map archeological treasures, as Reuters reported.

Excavators working on a complex at Licurnique, in the country’s northern region, have uncovered evidence of an “astronomical . . . → Read More: Ancient Astronomy Lab Discovered In Peruvian Ruins

Depression, Dark Night of the Soul and Magick

By Frater Barrabbas Tiresius

The last couple of days I have had some interesting conversations with some of the more insightful magicians who are my friends on Facebook. They are discussing the phenomenon of the Dark Night of the Soul, and that feelings of desolation, despair and a deep depression which can occur to anyone . . . → Read More: Depression, Dark Night of the Soul and Magick

Druid Grove Misconceptions

By Nimue Brown

The desire for working groups often exceeds the availability. One of the reasons for this is that all too often people who have not been in a Grove, much less run one, have unrealistic expectations about what that should mean and do not realise they could just dive in and make something . . . → Read More: Druid Grove Misconceptions

How Yoga Practice Can Transform Your Relationship To Food

By Melissa Grabau

A good yoga class provides a physical workout with a healthy serving of food for thought. Like a side salad with your meal, worthwhile nourishment is to be had in the crisp insights and tender offerings from the teacher. One such insight that I received during a sweaty weekend morning practice many . . . → Read More: How Yoga Practice Can Transform Your Relationship To Food

Finding Your Pagan Moral Compass: On Forgiveness

By Deborah Castellano

Sometimes being a Witch is challenging. We have a much murkier moral structure than many other world religions, especially if you don’t subscribe to one branch of spirituality like I do. Sometimes, I miss being Catholic, in my own way. While it wasn’t always easy to adhere to the belief structure, there . . . → Read More: Finding Your Pagan Moral Compass: On Forgiveness

Polytheist Laity

By P. Sufenas Virius Lupus

[Snip] Not unlike Catholicism, though, but perhaps even more especially so, there has been a lack of an acknowledgement of laity even as a reality, much less as a desirable category, in modern paganism particularly, and for the same reasons within modern polytheism–and this despite the latter often recognizing better . . . → Read More: Polytheist Laity

The Testament of Cyprian the Mage

Reviewed by Al Cummins

The Testament of Cyprian the Mage is the final part in the Encyclopaedia Goetica series by Jake Stratton-Kent. It is at once a remarkable conclusion to this series, and an outstanding work in its own right. It is a two-volume set that analyses grimoires, acting as both a reader and commentary . . . → Read More: The Testament of Cyprian the Mage