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Rites of passage are ceremonial or symbolic rituals that mark significant life transitions or milestones. What does (re)sacralising the earth have to do with the Wheel of the Year? Lees verder
Vivianne Crowley invites the reader to places of wild magic, to experience what it is to open ourselves to the universe and to the myriad of energies that surround us. Lees verder
Physical Evidence for Ritual Acts, Sorcery and Witchcraft in Christian Britain. A Feeling for Magic &
Cultures of Witchcraft in Europe from the Middle Ages to the Present. Essays in honour of Willem de Blécourt. Lees verder
A manual for exploring the use of psychedelic substances in the contexts of spirituality, self-transformation and magic. And ways to achieve other states of consciousness without drugs. Lees verder
The rites of witchcraft, whether performed alone or with others, are a form of magic theatre. One goes to them not to sit in the audience but to participate in the performance. The rite itself should, if performed well, both deepen and further heighten the energies. Lees verder
This book deals with the relationship between art and magic and makes the reader question where these two and their connection have influenced society and what further role they could play when actively, individually and collectively used as a transformative potential. Lees verder
Within the field of esotericism, Witchcraft and magick, heterosexual coupling has long been ascribed alchemical, magical and transformative potential. I would like to follow up a few leads on a male same sex equivalent here. Lees verder
Magicians and occultists have long spent their time in isolation, indoors, ignoring the land and beings around; the magic totally disconnected from the tides of power, knowledge and contact that flow from the surrounding land. How to connect with the land? Lees verder
With the death of British author and occultist Kenneth Grant in January 2011, we lost a figure who was both unique in his own right and also a link to some of the key figures of the modern Magical Revival in the mid-20th Century. Lees verder