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We Polytheists Are the Biggest Threat to Polytheism

By Galina Krasskova

[Snip] I’ve been really disturbed lately with certain trends I see in the polytheist communities and it’s taken me over a month to really parse out why. I mean, I support a great deal of the social activism that I see going on within our various communities. I think our commitment to . . . → Read More: We Polytheists Are the Biggest Threat to Polytheism

How to Find and Join a Coven

By Thorn Mooney

[Snip] There are all kinds of covens. Beyond that, there are all kinds of ways to practice witchcraft. Each attracts particular kinds of people with particular interests and goals. Knowing who you are and what you want are key to finding a good match while looking for a group.

Do you want . . . → Read More: How to Find and Join a Coven

Satet – Goddess of the Nile

Ancient Egypt Online

Satet (also known as Setet, Sathit, Satit, Sati, Setis or Satis) was an archer-goddess of the Nile cataracts. Her name comes from the term “sat” (to shoot, to eject, to pour out, to throw). It is often translated as “She Who Shoots (Arrows)” in relation to her aspect as a goddess of . . . → Read More: Satet – Goddess of the Nile

The Astral Journey: Where the Mystic and Magician Meet

By K. Herschel

[Snip] General Conception of Astral Projection:

When it comes to Astral Traveling, or Astral Projection, or Traveling in the Spirit Vision or Body of Light (or any other term you prefer) mysticism and magic meet. This meeting is, as almost all such meetings are, an uneasy one. The terrain of this unease . . . → Read More: The Astral Journey: Where the Mystic and Magician Meet

Sorting Out the Sheep from the Goats

By Nick Farrell

[Snip] One of the difficult issues that a modern occult group faces is “who do you let in” which actually comes out as “who don’t you like.” The modern “new age” theory is that everyone should be let in unless you can find a damn fine reason not to. However his is . . . → Read More: Sorting Out the Sheep from the Goats

Towards a Pagan Politics

By Kadmus

We all must begin in our own way. How does a pagan address capitalism?

To answer this question I feel the need to make clear and sure the foundation of my own views on paganism’s relation to politics. If, as pagans, we are called to a social mission and not just a spiritual . . . → Read More: Towards a Pagan Politics

Jesus the Magician, by Morton Smith

Reviewed by Gesigewigu’s

[Snip] This book does an excellent job of appealing to both “scholarship and literate laity,”1 both in structure and content. The breakdown of the book is clearly outlined so you can see how Smith will tackle the subject in a way that makes the text flow seamlessly, starting with the details of . . . → Read More: Jesus the Magician, by Morton Smith

The Sources of Magical Power, Part Two

By John Michael Greer

Last month’s survey of sources of magical power in the Western tradition covered a lot of ground, and it’s probably going to be helpful to summarize before we proceed. Until the middle years of the nineteenth century, there were broadly speaking two major theories among operative mages about how magic works . . . → Read More: The Sources of Magical Power, Part Two

Pythagoreans and the Golden Dawn

By Nick Farrell

The triangle refers to the supernal triad formed by the Kether, Chokmah Binah spheres but that does not explain the Red Cross. So lets look at something else.

The tetractys was a triangle symbol which was considered holy by the Pythagoreans. It showed the whole of created matter as a series . . . → Read More: Pythagoreans and the Golden Dawn

What Pop Culture Teaches Us about Objects of Power

By Taylor Ellwood

I recently finished playing the DLC for Shadow of Mordor. In one of the DLC’s you get to play as the Elf Lord Celebrimbor, who according to the mythology of Lord of the Rings, forged the rings of power, and helped Sauron forge his Ring. Celebrimbor gets the Ring of Power at . . . → Read More: What Pop Culture Teaches Us about Objects of Power