Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Frater Barrabbas, author of several books, including the new Elemental Powers for Witches.
In my newly published book, Elemental Powers for Witches, I define what a Pagan Magus is in our current age. This is a person who has advanced Witchcraft magic to include spirit conjuration, elemental energy workings, and talismanic magic. While the art of spirit conjuration has a place in the provenance of Witchcraft magic, the other two methodologies are actually part of two other threads from antiquity—that of philosophy and its arts, and astrology and celestial magic.
These two threads were revived in our current age and represent the modern
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jack Chanek, author of the new Qabalah for Wiccans and the forthcoming Tarot for Real Life.
Newcomers to Qabalah often struggle to connect with it, in part because Qabalah is so theoretical in nature. When you read Qabalistic books, there's a lot of discussion of types of energy, planes of existence, and planetary spheres, but there's very little practical discussion of what that all means and how it can be useful for your magic. Here are five different Qabalistic correspondences on the Tree of Life, which you can bring directly into your magical practice.
Kether is the sphere of unity and beginnings. Use any of these
Join Llewellyn authors Christopher Penczak, Najah Lightfoot, and Devin Hunter for The Gathering of the Witches: A Weekend of Magic, Inspiration, and Transformation!
Date: October 22nd-24th, 2021, LIVE ONLINE via ZOOM!
Led by Christopher Penzcak, Najah Lightfoot, Devin Hunter, Judika Illes, and other magical teachers, this weekend event is all about empowering and uncovering your magical potential and learning how a magical practice can foster inspiration and transformation in your life.
Unlike some online offerings, this is NOT a lecture-only event. Each workshop will be interactive with practical lessons to help you increase your magical abilities. You will also be able to
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jenny Tyson, author of Spiritual Alchemy and the new Art of Scrying & Dowsing.
About eight years ago, I went on a quest. There were two basic objectives to this quest. The first was to find a way to do scrying with a high level of accuracy. I wanted that accuracy to be there regardless of what the objective or target was for the scrying session. The second goal I had, was to create a scrying system that was easy for people to learn regardless of their inherent ability. I achieved both goals. I was able to devise a scrying system that was easy to learn and could be used with a high degree of accuracy.
I would like to talk about one of