In which the third feast day of the Magi is celebrated with a roundup of useful links to magian resources found on these here internets.
In which a student of my Geomancy Foundation course writes a testimonial that warms my heart and gives an overview of the course for those considering taking it next time.
In which I kick off a new on-going blog series, Reading Room, wherein I chat with colleagues about divination - from technical tips, to reflections on best practice, to personal perspectives, and how to get the most out of a session with a professional. This week, my friend and godsister Sonia Ana Ortiz talks ethics, love, and muay thai.
In which are considered the magics of the humble mole, beginning with the instruction of the Grimorium Verum to acquire the poor beast's blood.
In which Carol Keith reviews the recent conference on the theme of cursing ably convened by the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic at Boscastle. Details of my talk on curse-craft and humoural theory are discussed, alongside the presentations from my dear friends and colleagues Jesse Hathaway Diaz and Demetrius Lacroix.